Cloud Archive

Battle of the PaaS: Python Apps in the Cloud

In the early days of the web, web pages were static and did not change. Today, however, most websites you visit are like applications you might find on your desktop — they offer dynamic content that changes on the fly. Users can interact with the app and get different information from another ...Read More

Javascript: Beyond Just Web Apps

The age of computers is over. You are now living in the age of intelligent processing by just about everything else. Like vacuum tubes and tape drives, desktops and laptops are on their way to becoming odd relics of a distant age, if people remember them at all. That may sound a ...Read More

A Guide to Performance Challenges with AWS EC2: Part 4

If you’re just starting, check out Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to get up to speed on your guide to the top 5 performance challenges you might come across managing an AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and how to best address them. We kicked off with the ins and outs of running your virtual machines in ...Read More

A Guide to Performance Challenges with AWS EC2: Part 3

If you’re just starting, check out Part 1 and Part 2 to get up to speed on your guide to the top 5 performance challenges you might come across managing an AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and how to best address them. We kicked off with the ins and outs of running your virtual machines in Amazon’s cloud, ...Read More

A Guide to Performance Challenges with AWS EC2: Part 2

Amazon Web Services (AWS) revolutionizes production application deployments through elastic scalability and an hourly payment plan. Companies can pay for the infrastructure that they need for any given hour of the day, scaling up to meet high user demand during peak hours and scaling down during off peak hours. The AWS Elastic Compute ...Read More

A Guide to Performance Challenges with AWS EC2: Part 1

Amazon Web Services (AWS) revolutionized production application deployments through elastic scalability and an hourly payment plan. Companies can pay for the infrastructure that they need for any given hour of the day, scaling up to meet high user demand during peak hours and scaling down during off peak hours. One of the ...Read More

Battle of the PaaS: Node.js Apps in the Cloud

No matter why you came to Node.js to develop your app (blasting past slow I/O, free data exchange, moving out of the Flash sandbox, etc.) what you want to know now is the best place to host it. The answer to that question, though, really depends on what you want to do ...Read More

Using AppDynamics with Red Hat OpenShift v3

As customers and partners are making the transition of their applications from monoliths to microservices using Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers such as RedHat OpenShift v3, AppDynamics has made a significant investment in providing first-class integrations with such providers. OpenShift v3 has been significantly re-architected from its predecessor OpenShift v2 where ...Read More

Introducing the AppDynamics Service Broker Tile for Pivotal Cloud Foundry

As customers and partners are making the transition of their applications from monoliths to microservices using Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF), AppDynamics has made a significant investment in providing first-class integrations with such providers. Pivotal Cloud Foundry helps enterprises make the transition to cloud native ...Read More

How AWS Views the Future of Enterprise IT [VIDEO]

Amazon Web Services pioneered cloud computing in 2008. Since then, they’ve learned a lot about what enterprises have done to meaningfully adopt the cloud to benefit their businesses. However, migrating to the cloud is often an exhausting process.   Stephen Orban, Global Head of Enterprise Strategy at AWS, was one of the ...Read More