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Jelastic Releases 1.9.2 Version of Its Cloud Platform

Jelastic Inc., the creators of the only zero-code-change cloud hosting platform for Java and PHP applications (http://jelastic.com), today announced that a new version of their platform is available and includes many new features, advancements and visible changes.

Jelastic’s fundamentally new approach to Java and PHP hosting means that there is no need to learn custom systems or recode applications in order to deploy.  Jelastic is the only PaaS that can run any Java or PHP app with NO limitations or code changes required, and is the only PaaS available through multiple hosting providers, worldwide.

Jelastic 1.9.1 was released in May 2013 and the team has been working hard to add these new features and improvements to version 1.9.2:

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New Cloud Document Automation Platform

Inforama has released the latest version of its Cloud Document Production and Automation Platform which includes a number of new features and enhancements. Inforama is delivered as a SaaS application that allows users to manage their projects in the cloud and switch seamlessly between public cloud, private cloud and on-premise solutions. With Inforama, users can manage their projects and templates in the browser-based studio and generate documents via the Inforama API.

Version 3.0 includes a number of new features including the ability to produce Open Office letters from templates while inserting custom data fields, text blocks and images. Also included are enhancements to document packs where output formats can be specified and background files can be applied to generated documents. A 30 day free trial is available at http://www.inforama.com

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Puppet Labs Announces Puppet Enterprise 3.0

June 25, 2013 – Portland, OR – Puppet Labs, the leading provider of IT automation software for system administrators, today announced the availability of Puppet Enterprise 3.0, which delivers a complete cloud automation solution for enterprise customers. The cloud promises IT teams gains in agility, scalability and flexibility, but managing complex operations on dynamic infrastructure can present challenges. Puppet Enterprise 3.0 provides breakthrough scalability and orchestration capabilities, as well as a unified, software-defined approach for automating the management of compute, network and storage resources, enabling customers to reap the full benefits of cloud computing.

“Some of today’s largest and most successful SaaS clouds use our solutions to automate their infrastructure,” said Luke Kanies, CEO and founder of Puppet Labs. “With Puppet Enterprise 3.0, we’re making the scalability, orchestration and software-defined capabilities that power those SaaS clouds accessible to any IT organization, enabling customers to take full advantage of their dynamic infrastructure.”

Key New Capabilities in Puppet Enterprise 3.0

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