WordPress on EC2, OpenShift, Google App Engine Multi-tenancy, and moreBy Aaron Osteraas
In this tutorial, we find out more about OpenShift, a new player in the PaaS market. We cover sign-up, supported technologies, and deploying your first application to OpenShift’s cloud.
In this article, Vishal explains multi-tenancy on Google App Engine, including hardware and resource, data, and application multi-tenancy. Also including some demonstrations of sample use cases.
The general consensus is that self-hosting a WordPress blog is the best way forward for blogging success, as it provides flexibility and control over your platform. But what if you don’t want to spend time setting up a hosted domain? And what if you are not sure how?
Cloud apps have changed the way companies do business, and many of the advantages offered by integrated cloud solutions can be summed up in three words: scalability, mobility, and cost. In this article, we explore the advantages of migrating to the cloud and more.
In the first article, Andy showed you how to set up MongoDB for local development, and MongoLab, the PaaS service built specifically to handle remote deployments of a MongoDB database. In this article, he’ll am going to show you how to work seamlessly with MongoLab to continue building a simple PHP app that uses a MongoDB database hosted on MongoLab.