GigaSpaces Technologies has just rolled out the public beta of its Cloudify for Azure enterprise Java application platform for on-boarding JEE, Spring and big-data apps to Microsoft's Windows Azure platform.
Microsoft's Scott Guthrie and Jason Zander dove into the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview (and more) in the Wednesday Build keynote.
During his Wednesday Keynote at the annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff left no doubt about his company's direction.
VMware has released the beta of Micro Cloud Foundry, a complete version of its Cloud Foundry PaaS designed to run on developers' PCs or Macs.
Red Hat announced today that its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment now supports Java Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6).
Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 on Tuesday -- which is described as a "simplified self-service development tool" that allows for the creation of.NET applications that can be deployed to the desktop, Web or Azure cloud.
A quick look at new/upgraded Agile products from Mendix, Collabnet and Zero Wait-State.
An upgrade to VMware's vSphere 5, the company's flagship virtulization platform, was announced today in a live event.
Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) company CloudBees wants to give Java jocks a more integrated process for developing, building and deploying their cloud applications.
CollabNet recently announced a new version of its TeamForge Agile software development platform new social coding collaboration features, among other changes.
There are clouds on the horizon for Java -- or there better be, says Rod Johnson, founder of the Spring framework and senior vice president of the Application Platform Division at VMware.
The new CloudBees Ecosystem is designed to bring cloud-based services from the company's partners directly to developers within the CloudBees platform.
Commercial open-source middleware maker Talend has taken its recently announced Unified Integration Platform into the cloud.
Apple took the wraps off of two huge initiatives at its Worldwide Developer Conference this week, both with major implications for its developers.
Java/.NET interoperability solutions provider JNBridge is jumping deep into the cloud with a major update of its flagship toolset.
On Tuesday, Amazon announced that its Amazon Web Services' (AWS) Relational Database Service (RDS) can now support Oracle 11G Release 2 databases.
Java clustering infrastructure provider Terracotta announced this morning that it's being acquired by German business process management (BPM) vendor Software AG.
Microsoft is showing off what it has in store for customers using its cloud platform at this year's Tech-Ed conference with Azure and device-compatible announcements.
A Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) products are now available for developers and new software to enable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) through Red Hat.
A detailed postmortem explaining Amazon Web Service's massive outage last week that crippled numerous sites was released on Friday.