If you have deployed applications on Cloud Foundry, you know how easy it is to push an app, bind services to it, and scale it. There are more magical things behind the scenes. Did you know, for example, that cloudfoundry.com is updated approximately twice a week?
Look at the requirements for highly available applications in the cloud and explore architectures and common patterns you can apply to your Windows Azure solutions. You will explore the available practical techniques for high availably, geo-redundancy and disaster recovery and review specific customer examples from the field.
As Cloud computing is currently the main trend in IT infrastructure, you can wonder if companies are moving the software applications that they internally developed to the Cloud. The software development magazine Methods & Tools has recently asked its readers if their organization were hosting their software applications on a …
This short video demonstrates how to use the Autoscaling and CloudWatch services available in Eucalyptus to dynamically scale your Jenkins continuous integration environment.
The recent surge in cloud computing has really changed the way architectures are evolving. Platforms as a Service (PAAS) and Software as a Service (SAAS) is becoming where organizations can get necessary resources as needed without having to worry about many hardware and software configuration issues.
Learn best practices for choosing identity services for applications deployed in a Java EE PaaS such as Red Hat’s OpenShift platform. It evaluates the various available identity standards, such as OpenID, OAuth, and SAML. You will hear a discussion of how to choose the best identity standards in a community …
To truly appreciate the simplicity of monitoring in the cloud, it helps to first separate the hype from the reality. What is the cloud? The cloud is just a collection of applications and services layered on top of the same virtualization and storage services that we’re already familiar with in …
This presentation covers the challenges and solutions Adobe faced when adopting Neo4J as their graph solution, moving it out of the data center and into the cloud, how Neo Technology worked with Adobe to overcome hurdles and evolve the product, and what putting a truly global cluster into production entailed.
This video demonstrates the usage of Xeround’s cloud based MySQL database and connecting it to Cloud9. Cloud9 does not currently have a database service. So we need make use of cloud based databases.
Learn about the advantages of a message oriented architecture to be able to mash up together a polyglot system of apps and services with with Node.js and RabbitMQ.