Posts Tagged ‘ CloudFoundry ’

PaaS Secret Shopper 2 – The Application Lifecycle

July 5, 2013
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CloudComputing

CloudFoundry has just launched a Version 2 of CloudFoundry.com. Red Hat has just launched a new version of OpenShift with private PaaS support, and we are re-visiting both offerings with a view to understanding how to adopt them, using an application we are developing for various other purposes.

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Uhuru – How CloudFoundry learned to stop worrying and love .NET

August 16, 2012
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CloudComputing

At this point in the evolution of PaaS, we are starting to see an enormous diversity of innovation around CloudFoundry, as multiple vendors come to market with differentiated PaaS offerings. Uhuru Software, based in Seattle, is entering its second Beta phase with the Uhuru PaaS, with a major focus on .NET support.

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3rd-Party Application Services – a sign of PaaS maturity

August 9, 2012
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CloudComputing

As mentioned in a number of posts, there is a clear trend away from Platform-specific PaaS (where you write your application to the platform) and Language-Specific PaaS (which provide support to one or possibly a couple of languages) to Universal PaaS, which is capable of supporting any language and any platform. There's a little bit…

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VMware should merge CloudFoundry with OpenStack

August 3, 2012
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Agile Cloud Development

We suggest that to ensure CloudFoundry's dominance, VMware should merge the dominant Open Source IaaS and PaaS initiatives into a single Foundation.

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AppFog – Polyglot Public/Private PaaS goes GA

July 27, 2012
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CloudComputing

AppFog (the company formerly known as PhpFog) has become the latest enthusiastic adopter of CloudFoundry to go to General Availability with a value-added implementation of the open source CloudFoundry.org stack. The key differentiator is the RAM-based pricing policy around the Public Cloud offering - roughly $25 per GByte per month (first 2Gbytes are Free).

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Private PaaS Update – Stackato 2.0 and Cumulogic 1.0

July 25, 2012
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CloudComputing

ActiveState Stackato and CumuLogic are private PaaS. Over the last few weeks Stackato has moved to a 2.0 version and CumuLogic has moved out of Beta to a 1.0 release. CumuLogic 1.0 is a Java-only PaaS with support for Amazon, HP Cloud Services, and private clouds including Citrix CloudStack, Eucalyptus, OpenStack and VMware vSphere. Stackato…

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News: Piston Cloud does CloudFoundry on OpenStack

May 1, 2012
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CloudComputing

We asked OpenStack recently whether they were going to do PaaS, they said that this was happening in the community around them, and today we have an announcement of one way of doing it: with VMware's Open Source CloudFoundry.

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ActiveState Stackato – A Diverse Private PaaS

February 29, 2012
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CloudComputing

ActiveState has created a Private PaaS that supports Perl and Python as well as Java, and is based on the Open Source CloudFoundry distribution, packaged and distributed in a VM image, or installed to a wide range of IaaS platforms (public or private). ActiveState is well known in Open Source communities as packaging/distribution vendor for…

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Secret Shopper Report – VMware CloudFoundry

September 8, 2011
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Secret Shopper Report – VMware CloudFoundry

To recap the story so far, I’m prototyping an application and deploying it to various PAAS environments. I am not getting any special help from any of the vendors in this exercise – you can think of me as a “secret shopper” for PaaS, although I don't hide my identity. I am approaching each platform…

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