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Coding bootcamps, full-time programming schools designed to train students without programming skills and further hone skills of professional coders in about a 6-16 week period through highly focused, intensive, immersive learning programs, have been mushrooming across the globe lately. The coding bootcamp industry is booming, and by 2014, the tuition revenues of US coding schools […]
07 May 2014
Plivo is a telecom service provider based on the cloud platform, which helps do everything the normal EPABX systems can do. So if you own a call centre and want a solution to receive, handle and distribute all calls, then Plivo is the one for you. Setting up of IVR, call forwarding, routing, etc are all different use cases where Plivo comes handy. It is also popular among individual developers who want to have a personal phone number to be put on their blogs.
17 Apr 2013
Part 1 of this article introduced Cloud Foundry and walked you through the configuration of Micro Cloud Foundry for the offline deployment. In part 2, we reconfigured Micro Cloud Foundry to go online and expose the deployed application on the public internet. In the final part, we will move the application to the Public Cloud […]
06 Aug 2012
Part 1 of this article introduced Cloud Foundry and walked you through the configuration of Micro Cloud Foundry for the offline deployment. In this part, we will reconfigure Micro Cloud Foundry to go online and expose the deployed application on the public internet. Login to CloudFoundry.com and generate a token to initialize the Micro Cloud […]
30 Jul 2012
We take you on an interesting journey of deploying an application on the new PaaS environment, Cloud Foundry. Part 1 will introduce Cloud Foundry and setting up the Micro Cloud Foundry. In Part 2 and Part 3, we will see how to configure Micro Cloud Foundry to expose the deployed applications on the public Internet […]
23 Jul 2012
It’s been a year since VMware launched Cloud Foundry. This was an important milestone for VMware in establishing itself as a platform company. VMware has been on an acquisition spree to consolidate its offerings to woo the developers. It started with RabbitMQ, GemStone and finally SpringSource. But announcing Cloud Foundry was a masterstroke from VMware […]
11 Apr 2012
Cloud Foundry originally started as a platform to deploy Java Spring applications on Amazon Web Services. In April 2011, VMware acquired Cloud Foundry and made that it into an open source, multi-language and multi-framework PaaS offering. Cloud Foundry supports multiple languages and multiple runtimes such as Java, Spring, Ruby, Scala and Node.js. VMware calls this […]
27 Jan 2012