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Jelastic, cloud platform for Java

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Who is behind Jelastic? That was my first question so I took a look to the Jelastic web site. The best way to answer this is looking at the Jelastic Team section. Founders, advisers, special partners conforms a real professional team. As special partners you will find the MySQL (Michael “Monty” Widenius) and Nginx (Igor Sysoev) authors. Special mention too ...

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OpenShift Express Web Management Console: Getting started

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This week the newest release of OpenShift brought two really great features to an already awesome PaaS Cloud provider. First, JBoss AS has been upgraded from 7.0 to 7.1 and the all new Express Web Management Console has been released as a preview. In this article we examine how to use this new console and will help you create and ...

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Rise above the Cloud hype with OpenShift

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Are you tired of requesting a new development machine for your application? Are you sick of having to setup a new test environment for your application? Do you just want to focus on developing your application in peace without ‘dorking with the stack’ all of the time? We hear you. We have been there too. Have no fear, OpenShift is ...

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Google App Engine Full Text Search with Cloud SQL

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Many Google AppEngine developers have been waiting for the Full Text Search feature, especially coming from Google the biggest search engine on the Web. I was quite happy to see that Google team is working on it as you can check in the Google I/O 2011 session : Full Text Search by Bo Majewski, Ged Ellis . As far as ...

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Which Private Cloud is Best and How to Select One

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This litmus test is proposed to compare private clouds How long does it take to place in production an application delivered as service in your private cloud? (comparing apples to apples)? Less than 1 hour? Less than 1 day? Less than 1 week? More than 1 week? What is the skill level required for (1)? . Rate 1 any user, ...

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Red Hat Openshift: Getting started – Java EE6 in the Cloud

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For a while now I’m looking into ‘the cloud’. Looking into its features, what it can do, why we should switch to ‘ the cloud’, going to talks, talking to people like @maartenballiauw, who is a cloud specialist at RealDolmen. I’ve already deployed an application on google app engine (for java) and I really liked the experience. Some new concepts ...

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Single Sign On for the cloud: SAML & OpenId

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When accessing different applications owned by different organizations, having to authenticate everytime you go from one application to another is annoying. Not only is it time consuming, but you also have to remember multiple passwords, which are often lost. Single sign on is the ability to authenticate once and be able to move between applications seamlessly using the authenticated identity. ...

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Transactional event-based NOSQL storage

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I am presenting here a simple two steps architectural approach based on stored events as a workaround for the lack of full atomic transaction support in so-called “NOSQL” databases. Being fairly new to NOSQL-based architectures, I have the annoying intuition that I am about to write nothing but a set of obvious statements. On the other hand, I have not ...

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