This blog post presents a strategy to run a scalable, available and cheap static site on Amazon S3 or Github. It describes the tools used to achieve this goal and lists the downsides that are linked to this technology. Some additional resources to build static web sites are included.
Rob Mason provides a series of blog posts on how to evaluate the technical aspects of Cloud storage providers based on seven levels: 1. API integration 2. Unit testing 3. Performance Testing 4. Stability/availability 5. Scalability 6. Formal QA 7. Approval
In this blog post, the developers of blitz.io shares how they are using Heroku, AWS and CouchDB as an infrastructure for their cloud based load testing tool.
In this blog post, Heroku explains the need to be able to choose a specialized programming language for the problem you are trying to solve and the importance of being able to deploy your application on the same Cloud platform.
In this blog post, Jim Bird proposes a extensive list of tools available to develop software in the cloud covering the following activities: source code management, bug tracking, continuous integration, static analysis, unit and functional testing, load testing and code deployment.
In this blog post, Kai Wähner explains how Apache Camel offers several components to integrate products and APIs from different Cloud vendors and use different concepts (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS).
Eric Bruno explains in this blog post the economics benefits for an enterprise architect of moving to the Cloud.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – Jun 21, 2011) – Cloud9 IDE, Inc., the first cloud-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for web and mobile apps, today announced that it has raised $5.5 million in a series A funding from Accel Partners and Atlassian Software. The company will employ the funds to consolidate …