Category: Cloud Computing

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Getting Started with ownCloud 0

Getting Started with ownCloud

Making your data easily accessible on multiple devices is the primary goal of ownCloud. It gives you control of your own data along with the flexibility to set it up the way you want it. Community...

Building Modular Cloud Apps with OSGi 0

Building Modular Cloud Apps with OSGi

If you’re an experienced Java developer in the enterprise, this practical, hands-on book shows you how to use OSGi to design, develop, and deploy modular cloud applications. You’ll quickly learn how to use OSGi, through concise...

Testing Cloud Services 0

Testing Cloud Services

Everybody is confronted with cloud computing. Whether you are a user, designer, programmer, project manager, or tester, sooner or later the cloud affects your work. If you are involved in selecting or implementing services from the...

Windows Azure Web Sites 0

Windows Azure Web Sites

A no-nonsense guide to maintaining websites in Windows Azure If you’re looking for a straightforward, practical guide to get Azure websites up and running, then this is the book for you. This to-the-point guide provides you...

Getting Started with Amazon Redshift 0

Getting Started with Amazon Redshift

Amazon Redshift is a fast, fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service. It provides an excellent approach to analyzing all your data using your existing business intelligence tools. Getting Started with Amazon Redshift is an easy-to-read, descriptive...

Programming for PaaS 0

Programming for PaaS

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is gaining serious traction among web and mobile developers, but as new PaaS providers emerge and existing vendors upgrade their features, it’s hard to keep track of what PaaS has to offer. This thorough...

Mastering Cloud Computing 0

Mastering Cloud Computing

Mastering Cloud Computing is designed for undergraduate students learning to develop cloud computing applications. Tomorrow’s applications won’t live on a single computer but will be deployed from and reside on a virtual server, accessible anywhere, any...