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WSO2 Donates Stratos to the Apache Foundation

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Jun 24, 2013

Apache Stratos has entered incubation with contributors from Cisco, NASA, Citrix and Engine Yard, among others. WSO2 still keeps their open source middleware under their control.

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Engine Yard Continues Trend of Local Fabric for Public Clouds

by Richard Seroter Follow 2 Followers on  Dec 20, 2012

Last month, platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider Engine Yard released a “cloud in a box” that developers can use to test their applications locally before publishing to the public cloud. Multiple cloud providers have now embraced this deployment model as a way to accelerate development while making it easier to try a particular cloud before committing to it.

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Engine Yard Adds Node.js Support

by Werner Schuster Follow 4 Followers on  Nov 18, 2011

Engine Yard joins the growing number of hosters with Node.js support. InfoQ talked to Dr Nic Williams about the nature of the Node.js support and more.

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JRuby Roundup: JRuby on EY AppCloud, JRuby-Lint, JRuby Delegates

by Werner Schuster Follow 4 Followers on  May 30, 2011

JRuby is now available on EngineYard's AppCloud Beta program, set up to run with the Trinidad server. Nick Sieger has released jruby-lint, a static analysis tool that checks Ruby code bases for patterns that are either discouraged or perform badly on JRuby vs. MRI. Also: JRuby 1.6.2 is out.

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Rubinius Comes To EngineYard's AppCloud, Work on 1.9 and GIL Removal Continues

by Werner Schuster Follow 4 Followers on  Apr 27, 2011

EngineYard now offers Rubinius on its AppCloud PaaS service. InfoQ talked to Evan Phoenix about the state of Rubinius, the new performance tools and the status of the GIL removal.

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Engine Yard's PaaS AppCloud Offers First 500 Hours Free

by Mirko Stocker Follow 0 Followers on  Apr 12, 2011

New customers trying Engine Yard's Ruby cloud platform AppCloud get the first 500 hours for free. These trial accounts come with a default Ruby configuration and run on 2 virtual cores with 1.7GB of memory. After the 500 hours the account can be upgraded to a paying account or simply expire at no cost.

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