Salesforce.com is tying up more more ends between its different developer platforms ahead of Dreamforce in a few weeks.
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Enterprise for Java greases the skids to move development processes to a continuous delivery model, all without traditional, on-premises software or IT infrastructure.
Platform-as-a-service specialist Heroku has spun its Postgres database out of its main product into a standalone service, giving people more choice of databases to provision from the cloud
The Box Innovation Network, or /bin, includes developer communities and partners including Appcelerator, Cloud Foundry, Heroku, Rackspace, SnapLogic, and Twilio.
Facebook has given developers direct access to the Heroku cloud for deploying applications on the social network.This means the scalable platform-as-a-service has been integrated into Facebook's developer site, the companies announced on Thursday.
Facebook has partnered with Heroku so that app developers can spend more time developing and less time dealing with hosting.
An interesting challenge for organizations considering a cloud-based implementation of one or more workloads is where to put the structured data (read database-based data). It would seem logical to place that data somewhere in the cloud as well.
Disruptions that occurred within one of the Amazon Web Services' cloud regions have hit popular aggregator Reddit, developer platform Heroku and other AWS-dependent sites
The free Elastic Beanstalk tool aims to help lighten the load for developers when it comes to day-to-day maintenance and deployment of applications in Amazon's cloud
As part of its shift to platform-as-a-service, Salesforce has unveiled an update to Force.com, meant to help developers close the gap between a business's IT needs and the number of apps built
The company will buy Heroku for $212m to help with its platform-as-a-service offerings, using its platform for writing applications in the Ruby programming language
Salesforce.com has said that it will acquire Heroku, a cloud platform for writing applications in the Ruby programming language, for US$212 million.
I've had the opportunity to speak with several suppliers of cloud platforms (Heroku for example) and related application performance management suppliers (New Relic for example) and began thinking about their impact on cloud-based applications.
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