Content tagged with: PaaS
Developing an application to a cloud platform involves working with deployed application’s environment and connecting to services. Spring Cloud, a new project, simplifies these tasks in a variety of cloud platforms including Cloud Foundry and Heroku.
In this video, OpenShift evangelist Steve Citron-Pousty begins by explaining PaaS and its benefits to developers. Next, he demonstrates how quick and easy it is to create a WordPress application on OpenShift with an instant application in the web console, and then creates an application through the command line using Python.
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 and enterprise setup. The presentation ends with a look at JSR 351, the new Java Identity JSR currently active in the JCP.
Discover the next generation of Java hosting platforms which can run and scale any Java application with no code changes required. Are you still struggling with your own server set-ups? We will show some of the benefits with deploying your application on a Java Paas Cloud instead.
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.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) is one of the main three models for Cloud computing along with Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). In this article, John Rhoton presents some of the leading PaaS cloud platforms and provides guidance about how to choose the one that is the best for your needs.
This article provides a step by step approach on how to deploy your application on the CloudBees, CloudFoundry, Heroku, Windows Azure, OpenShift, Elastic Beanstalk and Google AppEngine Platform-as-a-Services (PaaS) clouds. For each of these platforms, you are guided through the deployment process with screenshots and code examples. You can even have alternative way to achieve the same goal. This overview provides useful information if you plan to migrate your application to the Cloud.
In this article, Lucas Carlson, Adron Hall discuss the relationship between the NoOps, DevOps and PaaS trends in software infrastructure. They start with some definitions. Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is a category of cloud computing services that provide a computing platform and a solution stack as a service. NoOps means no operational needs for developers except to deploy a PaaS enabled application, usually considered a SaaS App. DevOps is the combination of Developer and Operations, rolled into a single occupational characteristic that combines these needs.
This presentation introduces Cloud Computing, IaaS/PaaS, comparing the Java support provided by Google App Engine, Amazon Beanstalk, VMware Cloud Foundry and CloudBees.
This video provides a demonstration of Heirloom Computing’s ELPaaS platform running a COBOL program on multiple cloud platforms.