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Jelastic Announces Integration with NetBeans IDE

Jelastic Inc., provider of an ultra-scalable and interoperable Java and PHP cloud hosting platform, today announced the integration of the Jelastic platform with NetBeans IDE, one of the most popular IDEs for Java development. Jelastic´s Java and PHP-based cloud platform differs from other PaaS offerings in that its key priority is convenience and ease of […]

Jelastic Cloud Hosting Platform Launches Commercially in Finland with Planeetta

Jelastic, Inc., the creators of the ultra scalable and interoperable Java and PHP cloud hosting platform of the same name, today announced its commercial launch in Finland through its local partner Planeetta Internet Oy. Jelastic is the first PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) offering that can run any Java or PHP application without lock-in or code changes. “Finland […]

Jelastic Cloud Hosting Platform Launches Beta in Finland with Planeetta

Jelastic, Inc., the company behind the ultra scalable and interoperable cloud hosting platform for Java and PHP applications, today announced that it has launched its Beta with partner Planeetta Internet Oy, one of Northern Europe´s major hosting providers. Jelastic is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that runs any Java or PHP application with no lock-in or code […]

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    • How much cloud is too much cloud? December 6, 2016
      I'm often asked: Should all application workloads exist in the public cloud? The right answer is one that most people don't want to hear: It depends. It depends on what industry you're in. It depends on performance expectations. It depends on security requirements. The list goes on. Some enterprises will reach the point where 80 […]
    • The big news at AWS Re:Invent isn't what you think December 2, 2016
      The news coming out of Amazon’s AWS Re:Invent show this week included the keynote of Andy Jassy, where he announced more than 10 new services. It was like an Apple keynote but for the cloud. InfoWorld did a great job of covering the event, so you can get a good recap here on the InfoWorld […]
    • Beware the dumb and dangerous ideas creeping into the cloud November 29, 2016
      Remember the last technology bubble? It left many investors poorer, with enterprises and technology providers scratching their heads as to what went wrong. While the investors and entrepreneurs could simply move on to the next venture, many enterprises were stuck with dead technology that cost a great deal to replace. Lesson learned? Not really. Sixteen […]
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