Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'Cloud'

   This week Red Hat extended the Early Access program for JBoss Data Grid with the availability of the BETA – available to existing customer and future customers. Traditional (typically relational) spinning-rust data stores have become one of the biggest economic and technical impediments to extracting the true value from the increasing amount of data [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Another nice score card from Gartner puts JBoss Enterprise App. Platform in the leader’s quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application Servers. That’s the fourth year in a row, in case you were wondering. Unscientific as it is – comparing with last year I’d say the leaders are widening the gap (cumulative advantage [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Tab Sweep : JBoss

Another couple of super-busy months here at JBoss. If anything the pace of new releases and new projects is increasing. Here are some of the more prominent Community announcements I managed to bookmark : JBoss App Server 5.1.0 CR1 – 5.1 is a pretty big milestone – it includes the new Jopr powered embedded consoleĀ  [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Dear lazy web, I find the best way to get up to speed on a subject is to immerse yourself in it for a few days – ie. conferences are a good investment. I’m looking to attend two conferences this year one that covers cloud computing and infrastructure and another that covers RIA (not one [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Tab Sweep – The Cloud

Office neighbour Aaron Darcy chatting with Cote from Redmonk about our JBoss on Amazon EC2 beta. No sooner was the ink dry on the annoucement – the JBoss Portal team show you how to get JBoss Portal running in the cloud as well – which, as you would expect, is like running JBoss Portal anywhere [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Nephological News

I’ve been involved in middleware long enough to remember when it could easily cost $75k just to get up and running with a Java application server (hardware and software licenses). How far things have come – as of today you can use Amazon EC2 to run JBoss instances so your capital investment is approximately zero; [...]

Share

Read Full Post »

Head in the Cloud

A couple of related articles hit my (nicely organized) feed reader this morning. First, Tim Bray paints a bleak picture of Google’s Developer Platform – some concerns I shared earlier. Meanwhile CogHead are in the news with their Open Definition model – an attempt to build an open and collaborative environment for CogHead customers. Interesting [...]

Share

Read Full Post »