novembre 2014

JSF in the cloud : Finding the PaaS - Part 4 : CloudFoundry

Pivotal CloudFoundy is one of the leading PaaS provider. So, it was just mandatory to test it. They propose a 60 days free trial. After registration, you have to install their CLI tool, available for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux (at least Debian...

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JSF in the cloud : Finding the PaaS - Part 3 : Jelastic

Introduction I found Jelastic while googling for TomEE PaaS offerings. I found an article on jaxenter featuring a quote from David Blevins, a founder of Apache TomEE : “They have put a significant amount of time into offering TomEE users the best...

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JSF in the cloud : Finding the PaaS - Part 2 : OpenShift

Introduction OpenShift is Red Hat cloud offering. Like Google App Engine (GAE), it supports many languages. It is newer than GAE and can not claim that it is used to run a performance monster like the Google Search Engine. Its specification sheet...

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JSF in the cloud : Finding the PaaS - Part 1 : Google App Engine

Short intro Google App Engine is google PaaS offer. It is a fully managed PaaS. It promises automatic load balancing and handling. Given the identity of the provider, I tend to think it works. To use Google App Engine, you must have a Google Account....

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JSF in the cloud : Finding the PaaS - Part 0 : Introduction

I have been developping a lot in java those last years. For so called «enterprise» web based applications, there are so many nice libraries and packages available... Even if you are like me a C/C++ geek and think that getting too far from the...

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