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Cloud computing ready?

Postby pclin » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:16 pm

Recently I was in two presentations on cloud computing, that got me interested in the topic.

Just curious, any idea what would be involved porting Broadleaf to Google App Engine platform? I understand the GAE's persistent layer is feature-limited, what other areas possibly need work?

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby bradford.taylor » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:25 pm

Kelly Tisdell successfully deployed and ran the application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution. He did a presentation on this process at DFW Java Users Group on 09/09/2009. I don't know if the presentation slides are avilable at javamug.org.

I will check with him for a response to your question.

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby bradford.taylor » Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:57 pm

pclin,

I received the following reply on deploying Broadleaf Commerce to Google App Engine:

I imagine that you can somehow. But probably not the way that you would do it on EC2. Google doesn’t just provide you pure infrastructure like Amazon and Rackspace. I think they provide a SDK and special deployment environment. They allow you to use standard APIs like JPA, Servlet, etc. I think that you would be able to get it deployed on Google, but it might require some work.

Here is the page on it:
http://code.google.com/appengine/docs/j ... rview.html


I would also like to add that currently cloud computing environments do not meet PCI standards for credit card storage.

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby FrellNancy » Sat May 11, 2013 5:57 am

bradford.taylor wrote:Kelly Tisdell successfully deployed and ran the application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution. He did a presentation on this process at DFW Java Users Group on 09/09/2009. I don't know if the presentation slides are avilable at javamug.org.

I will check with him for a response to your question.



I am gonna check this..I am curious to know more about how application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution running on Java.Does it requires specific platform? or it is event driven programming?

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby schis123 » Sat May 28, 2016 3:06 am

FrellNancy wrote:
bradford.taylor wrote:Kelly Tisdell successfully deployed and ran the application on Amazon's EC2 Cdn reviews solution. He did a presentation on this process at DFW Java Users Group on 09/09/2009. I don't know if the presentation slides are avilable at javamug.org.

I will check with him for a response to your question.



I am gonna check this..I am curious to know more about how application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution running on Java.Does it requires specific platform? or it is event driven programming?

yes i am also curious to know about this cloud computing services and i also want to check the response of the question that somebody ask?

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby slie123 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:45 am

FrellNancy wrote:
bradford.taylor wrote:Kelly Tisdell successfully deployed and ran the application on Amazon's EC2 Cloudflare review solution. He did a presentation on this process at DFW Java Users Group on 09/09/2009. I don't know if the presentation slides are avilable at javamug.org.

I will check with him for a response to your question.



I am gonna check this..I am curious to know more about how application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution running on Java.Does it requires specific platform? or it is event driven programming?

How to set up cloud computing in easy way?

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby slie123 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:45 am

FrellNancy wrote:
bradford.taylor wrote:Kelly Tisdell successfully deployed and ran the application on Amazon's EC2 Cloudflare review solution. He did a presentation on this process at DFW Java Users Group on 09/09/2009. I don't know if the presentation slides are avilable at javamug.org.

I will check with him for a response to your question.



I am gonna check this..I am curious to know more about how application on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing solution running on Java.Does it requires specific platform? or it is event driven programming?

How to set up cloud computing in easy way?

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Re: Cloud computing ready?

Postby braxtoncina » Tue Aug 16, 2016 11:39 pm

Cloud computing is a new IT outsourcing model that doesn't yet meet the criteria of enterprise IT and isn't supported by most of the key corporate vendors. It's wildly popular with startups, exactly fits the way small businesses like to buy things, and has the potential to completely upend IT as we know it. And there's a high likelihood developers inside your company are experimenting with it right now.


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