All The News That Fits

Glenn Rossman

Subscribe to Glenn Rossman: eMailAlertsEmail Alerts
Get Glenn Rossman: homepageHomepage mobileMobile rssRSS facebookFacebook twitterTwitter linkedinLinkedIn


Top Stories by Glenn Rossman

Hivext Technologies has announced free beta availability of Jelastic, which runs any Java application in the cloud without code changes. Java applications can be uploaded in minutes without changes to code or programming language and with no need to write for specific APIs (application programming interfaces). Application developers can choose which stack components they want and need, and their application will run and can scale easily on the Jelastic platform. In addition, the company announced its first hosting partners – ServInt, in the U.S., and Host Europe, for Europe – that will offer Jelastic to Java developers. “Application developers can leverage existing Java skills on the Jelastic platform, which is the world’s first cloud platform to host and auto-scale any Java application," said Ruslan Synytsky, CEO, Hivext Technologies. “Our mission is very simple: ... (more)

Jelastic Enables Java Applications to be Built and Deployed in the Cloud

Now, using the next-generation platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering Jelastic, it is possible to build and run any Java application in the cloud instead of from a personal computer -- speeding development time and maximizing computing resources. Jelastic allows developers to make code changes and rebuild applications in the cloud, removing the lag time caused whenever files are updated and uploaded from a personal computer. Jelastic can take application source code directly from version control repositories, via either the Git or SVN protocol. Using Jelastic, developers can eas... (more)

Zimory Enhances Cloud Computing Administration and Automation

Berlin, Germany - June 18, 2009 - Deutsche Telekom spin off Zimory GmbH (www.zimory.com),  a provider of enterprise-class cloud computing and supplier of the world's only "marketplace" for buying and selling cloud computing resources, has simplified pricing and enhanced automation and booking of its cloud service. Launched in January, Zimory Public Cloud aggregates available server computing capacity and makes it available through an Internet platform - forming a "breathing cloud." More than 300 companies have already used Zimory Public Cloud for computing resources -- buying cap... (more)

How To Avoid Lightning Strikes on the Cloud

Commentary by Maximilian Ahrens, CTO, Zimory There has been a lightning storm bringing parts of Amazon down (see here). The question is: how can you avoid this - without building untenable worldwide distributed software. The answer is simple: multiple sites that are seamlessly connected (um, “real” cloud computing). If you have two sites available, the probability of lightning striking both sites at the same time is rather low. But the challenge is the seamless connectivity. You can have two compute sites, but starting up the workloads that were running on the site that was shut d... (more)

Zimory Public Cloud

Zimory Public Cloud delivers server capacity for short-term computing power needs. Via the Zimory Internet platform you choose from a variety of data centers around the world offering the resources that you need. You define the quantity and quality of performance (including security), and set the desired usage period. After completion of the online order (usually less than 5 minutes), you have access to your resources. With Zimory Public Cloud you receive computing power from certified datacenters with binding service level agreements (SLAs). As an intermediary between providers... (more)