Joe Masters Emison, Jan 15
Who can beat Amazon at IaaS?
Joe Masters Emison looks at who in the cloud - if anyone - has the potential to compete with AWS for infrastructure as a service.
Ricky Onsman, Jan 09
Nikolas Goebels puts Datomic through its paces, a new kind of DBMS that retains old data rather than replacing it when new data becomes available.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Jan 06
Cloud Management: RightScale & enStratus
Jacco Blankenspoor provides an in-depth look into the specific features of RightScale and Enstratus cloud management software.
Tom Museth, Dec 10
Change in the Wind: CloudSpring Moves to SitePoint
Harish Ganesan, Dec 05
Distributed Cache On Steroids: Amazon ElastiCache
A primer on caching and how to use Amazon ElastiCache which is an implementation of Memcached
Vasu K, Nov 30
Testing in The Cloud Using SauceLabs
Vishal Biyani, Nov 26
Cloud Slice: Eucalyptus for Hybrid Clouds
Eucalyptus let's you build a IaaS with your hardware and integrate with dominant public cloud providers
Ofir Nachmani, Nov 21
Who Stole My CPU?
Who stole my CPU? That's the question when you are in a shared resource environment like in cloud
Jacco Blankenspoor, Nov 16
What You Should Know About Cloud Management
With a cloud management software you can manage your private, public and hybrid clouds and their scale and growth!
Vishal Biyani, Nov 09
Cloud Slice: Redhat OpenShift
CloudSpring | Redhat Openshift is a PaaS offering powered by RHEL and strong open source expertise of Redhat
Vishal Biyani, Nov 07
Log Management as a Service
Log management is becoming increasingly important in clustered environments and in cloud.
Jessica Velasco, Nov 05
Move Your Office to Cloud
Increase effectiveness and cost savings of your business with online office software suite.
msmith, Oct 31
Multiply Your Business With Virtual Desktops
Virtual Desktops are changing the way your business can be run today. In this article you will learn more about the benefits and challenges of VDI.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Oct 29
Email as a Service Part 2: Sendgrid, Mailgun and Postmark
Email as a Service is a feature many cloud & mobile applications need, in this article we compare Sendgrid, Mailgun and Postmark
Vishal Biyani, Oct 28
Cloud Slice: Oracle Cloud
Oracle Cloud is a late entrant in Cloud Market but it enters with a end to end offerings.
Thomas Higgins, Oct 25
Implementing Your Own IaaS Solution
Implementing IaaS solutions can be a bit more difficult than first expected. Even known concerns have hidden surprises ready for the unwary.
Nikolas Goebel, Oct 18
SQL or NoSQL: Google App Engine Part - 2
We look at Google App Engine's datastore which is a NoSQL object store in this second part of two part series.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Oct 15
Email as a Service - Part 1
Email as a service is what you need if you are building the next webapp without having to worry about email scalability.
Vishal Biyani, Oct 12
Cloud Slice: Google Compute Engine
CloudSpring | Cloud Slice: Google Compute Engine for your large scale and high performance computing needs
Igal Zeifman, Oct 11
Incapsula: Security in the Cloud
Incapsula offers multi-layered security to secure your website in the cloud
Nikolas Goebel, Oct 08
SQL or NoSQL: Google App Engine - Part 1
Sql or NoSQL is the question when choosing a database with Google App Engine and we try to answer that in this two part post
Vito Tardia, Oct 04
Deploy CakePHP Apps on AppFog the Right Way
This is a tutorial on how to deploy a well structured CakePHP application on AppFog
Vishal Biyani, Oct 01
Win CloudBees Goodies ... and Check Out ClickStart!
CloudBees ClickStart is a quick way to get an application up and running in cloud. A click creates completely deployed application stack
Stijn Haus, Sep 27
Liferay in the Cloud
Liferay itself doesn't offer a cloud service. Learn how you can easily set up your own Liferay in the cloud, using the CloudBees platform!