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  • Interview: Adrian Cockcroft on High Availability, Best Practices, and Lessons Learned in the Cloud

    Netflix is a widely referenced case study for how to effectively operate a cloud application at scale. While their hyper-resilient approach may not be necessary at most organizations, Netflix has advanced the conversation about what it means to build modern systems. In this interview, InfoQ spoke with Adrian Cockcroft who is the Cloud Architect for the Netflix platform.

  • Codenvy’s Architecture, Part 2

    Tyler Jewell, CEO of Codenvy, unveils in this 2-parts article the architecture of Codenvy - a cloud IDE –, providing details on its platform and plug-in architecture, workspace and cluster management, multi-tenancy implementation, IDE collaboration, release model and SCRUM process used for development.

  • Codenvy’s Architecture, Part 1

    Tyler Jewell, CEO of Codenvy, unveils in this 2-parts article the architecture of Codenvy - a cloud IDE –, providing details on its platform and plug-in architecture, workspace and cluster management, multi-tenancy implementation, IDE collaboration, release model and SCRUM process used for development.

  • Virtual Panel: Adjusting to Development in the Cloud

    Developers are steadily building experience with an array of diverse cloud environments. InfoQ spoke with three thoughts leaders about the state of cloud development, recommended tools, anti-patterns, and how to get started. Our panelists were Adron Hall, Magnus Mårtensson, and Andy Piper.

  • Interview with Kevin Nilson on Cloud Monitoring and Mobile Testing

    Managing a cloud environment is very different from managing servers inside the wall. On JavaOne Shanghai 2013, Kevin Nilson, the VP of Engineering at just.me, gave a talk on what needs to be done after deploying to the cloud, and he covered a lot on what an ops needs to take care of on AWS environment.

  • Using AWS Cloud Search

    Many of today’s applications heavily rely on the search functionality. In this Article Boris Lublinsky explains how to build Java APIs for uploading data and implementing search for Amazon Cloud Search. Usage of these APIs can simplify embedding Amazon Cloud Search functionality into custom applications.

  • Implementing Pub/Sub based on AWS technologies

    Publish Subscribe is an important component of many real life implementations. In this article Boris Lublinsky shows how to combene several of-the-shelf AWS components to build simple, yet flexible and powerful PubSub Service

  • Interview with Rob Linton, author of “Amazon Web Services: Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application”

    A new "Amazon Web Services : Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application" book by Rob Linton provides a deep insight into Amazon Web Services (AWS) covering a wide spectrum of topics from describing AWS components and their role in applications architecture to step-by-step instructions on setting and configuring each AWS component . InfoQ spoke with by Rob Linton about his book.

  • New Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    Christopher Moyer has written a new book, “Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects”. This book revolves around fundamental differences between the on-premise and cloud infrastructures, and architecture and design patterns that can be used to build and host scalable, reliable applications in the cloud.

  • Open Cloud Will Make Business SHINE

    William El Kaim describes an Open Cloud Model based on agile principles and driven by an independent user community to define it further. He provides a sketch of a potential Cloud Operating System. He also defines the SHINE principles for transforming IT into BT (Business Technology).

  • Will Cloud-based Multi-Enterprise Information Systems Replace Extranets?

    After a brief introduction on Cloud Computing, Matthieu Hug, CEO of RunMyProcess.com provides his insight on a new class of information systems: Multi-Enterprise Information Systems. He argues that they are poised to replace inflexible partner extranets.

  • Comparing the Cloud: EC2, Mosso, and GoGrid

    It was only recently that Amazon took cloud computing mainstream with the release of EC2. They are not the only game in town however. This new article takes a look at cloud server providers EC2, Mosso, and GoGrid.

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