WordPress on EC2, OpenShift, Google App Engine Multi-tenancy, and more

Getting Started with OpenShift

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.


Multi-tenancy and Google App Engine

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.


Setting up WordPress on Amazon EC2

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?


Viewing Cloud Applications in Full Force for Business

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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.


Getting Started with MongoLab: Part 2

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.