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Java PaaS platforms have been growing like mushrooms, and many Java developers are confused about which one to use and whether Java PaaS makes sense for their applications.
This presentation introduces Cloud Computing, IaaS/PaaS, comparing the Java support provided by Google App Engine, Amazon Beanstalk, VMware Cloud Foundry and CloudBees.
In this blog post, Gordon Dicken presents a step by step approach on how to quickly get a Spring application running on Cloudbees. Spring Roo is a lightweight open source developer tool that makes it fast and easy to deliver 100% Java code. CloudBees is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) that lets companies build, test and deploy Java web applications in the cloud.
This short video explains how to setup a how to setup a Sonar job on a Jenkins instance running on CloudBees. Sonar is an open source platform to manage code quality.
Sacha Labourey, the CEO of Cloudbees and former CTO of JBoss, was recently in Lausanne to present the Cloudbees platform to the Lausanne Java User Group. Cloudbees is a platform that allows to develop and run Java (or more precisely JVM-based language) software in the cloud. The company has been famous for hiring recently Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins (or “the software formerly known as Hudson” as Prince would say).
This short video will show you the advantages of CloudBees’ Hudson as a Service (HaaS), part of the DEV@cloud offering. With CloudBees HaaS, you get unlimited build agents, ready in a snap, and you only pay usage by the minute.
This article compares three major Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings for Java™ developers: Google App Engine for Java, Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, and CloudBees RUN@Cloud. It analyzes each service’s unique technical approach, strengths, and weaknesses, and also discusses common workarounds. Learn the basic concepts underlying Java PaaS and understand how to choose a service that suits your development needs.