VMware and Google are collaborating to allow the deployment of Spring Java applications on the Google App Engine. This move stands to benefit developers and their customers alike.
on 05/20/2010 – Made popular on 05/20/2010
Virtualization giant VMware has unveiled Spring Hadoop, which integrates its Spring Framework with the Apache Hadoop platform. Spring provides a comprehensive, lightweight framework that will make it easier for devs to build solutions around the Hadoop platform, according to the company. Spring Hadoop is available under the open source Apache 2.0 license and can be downloaded free.
From LinuxBSDos.com.Google has announced that the Google Reader service will not be available after July 1 of this year (2013). The service, which provided a “cloud” portal for aggregating News feeds from several RSS Feed sources, is the latest victim of Google’s spring-cleaning.
Since the spring-cleaning started in 2011.
VMware (NYSE: VMW) and the Cloud Foundry Community have kicked off Cloud Foundry Core, a program aimed to ease cloud portability by providing a common capabilities baseline and an open mechanism to validate application portability.
Did anyone really expect Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) to sit idly quiet while rival VMware (NYSE: VMW) talked up its new hybrid cloud services unit, a major turn in focus for the virtualization kingpin?
VMware’s new hybrid cloud offering will allow its customers to migrate their cloud services to a public cloud, saving money in the move through shared equipment.
Red Hat announced a deal today in which Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers could move their subscriptions to Google Compute Engine, a deal that could benefit both companies. Red Hat offers what it calls a "bring your own subscription" plan.
VMware (NYSE: VMW) has launched a Cloud Applications Marketplace, which provides partners and customers with downloadable application blueprints, reference architectures and other guidance for deploying public or private cloud solutions.
PHP is now in preview on Google App Engine, fully available to the general public. The preview status means that it is no longer necessary for developers to whitelist their applications for deployment.
Google launched PHP, its fourth run-time language, at Google I/O earlier this year.