Posts Tagged ‘ PaaS ’

Cloud Computing Revisited

As Cloud Computing continues with its expansion and more and more organizations are using it, you still find technical people unable to define it. In this short article, I’ll try to point out the main elements of to-days Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing is a technology enabled service, where it could be located anywhere in the...
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Amazon into PaaS (Platform as a Service)

Amazon’s beta AWS Elastic Beanstalk allows developers to write Java code, compile it, package it into a web archive file and upload it to AWS PaaS environment. Once the code is uploaded, the service creates and configures the resources required (EC2 instances, Elastic Load Balancer and Auto Scaling Group) to run the application. The...
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Microsoft Windows Azure

Microsoft Windows Azure

Is Microsoft into cloud computing? It may be considered as a relatively late comer in the cloud computing market but it’s doing big steps! The recent long-term deal with The State of Minnesota is a big win for Microsoft (over Google Apps), it’s not just a business deal but a proof that Microsoft’s infrastructure...
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What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing can be anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet. Cloud services are categorized as, Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service or Software as a Service. While, the name cloud, is the symbol used to represent the Internet in various technical and non-technical documents. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)...
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