May 2012

    PaaS, Does It Really Mean No-Ops?

    PaaS, Does It Really Mean No-Ops? I’d like to start with a brief overview of the evolution of the cloud – and why I think a new approach to PaaS solutions is needed – and the best scenarios for this to come into play. First there was IaaS. Cloud was...

    Bare-Metal PaaS

    The Rise of Bare-Metal Clouds Cloud and Virtualization are not mandatory, and the number of cloud providers that supports bare-metal clouds is growing, as David Linthicum pointed out in his article Going native: The move to bare-metal cloud services It's a fact that virtualization is not a requirement when creating cloud computing services, but...

    Cloud integration and DevOps automation experience shared

    Cloud integration and DevOps automation experience shared The Cloud carries the message of automation to system architecture. The ability to spin up VMs on demand and take them down when no longer needed as per the applications’ real-time requirements and metrics is the key for making the system truely elastic, scalable...

    How We Built This site

    A lot of people have asked us how we built this community web site and what technologies we used. So we decided to share our experience with others in a meetup. The following PPT outlines some of the requiremets and technologies we chose to use to build it – Github...

    Mapping the Cloud/PaaS Stack

    Cloud is evolving at an incredible pace, changing almost every aspect of our industry. It’s only natural then, that with this change also comes a continuous evolution of how we classify and categorize the various components of the cloud stack. In earlier days, it was enough to draw the lines...

    What's new in Cloudify 2.1

    Today we’re officially launching the Cloudify 2.1 GA release release, so I thought it would be a good chance to recap what we’ve been up to in the past few months. The Lowdown Over the past couple of months we’ve been working closely with the first Cloudify users and customers...

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