Tag Archives: .NET

News: PaaSLane 2.0 — Letting Applications Take Advantage of the Cloud

agilecloudPaaSLane from Cloud Technology Partners is a tool that greatly facilitates the process of migrating an application to the cloud by comparing its source code to known safe best practice. It claims a 25% enhancement in migration time. We suspect that in many cases this will easily be achieved, plus PaaSLane removes a lot of uncertainty.

Continue reading News: PaaSLane 2.0 — Letting Applications Take Advantage of the Cloud

PaaSLane: Ensure Your Software Will Run on AWS

CloudComputingCloud Technology Partners has just released its new PaaSLane for AWS, a software solution that analyses codebases and pinpoints issues that would likely cause problems if the code were to be deployed to Amazon Web Services or other elastic environments.

Continue reading PaaSLane: Ensure Your Software Will Run on AWS

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

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

AppFog – Polyglot Public/Private PaaS goes GA

CloudComputingAppFog (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).

Continue reading AppFog – Polyglot Public/Private PaaS goes GA

CloudFoundry Apps not VMs

VMware’s latest effort, CloudFoundry, is not about VMware delving into the PaaS market even deeper. They have done that already with VMforce. CloudFoundry on the other hand is a fairly astute move to enable the development and rapid adoption of cloud based applications.  The end goal is to sell what makes up a PaaS environment which is more enabling software. This would enable enterprises and businesses to move to the cloud. The problem with them moving now is that there are not that many applications that are cloud friendly. In effect more concentration on the application and less on the operating system which has always been VMware’s strategic direction. Continue reading CloudFoundry Apps not VMs