This Beats Everything: Koding in the Cloud

OK, now this beats everything I've seen so far. I can now code in the cloud with Koding.com. From a first, very quick glance, I get: A VM with a terminal (looks like a Debian distribution) PHP and all sorts of stuff that is already installed An app store for apps like PostgreSQL or MySQL … Continue reading This Beats Everything: Koding in the Cloud

Cloud Fever now also at Sybase

After SQL Server (SQL Azure) and MySQL (Google Cloud SQL), there is now also a SQL Anywhere database available in the cloud: http://www.sybase.ch/fujibeta It's called Sybase SQL Anywhere OnDemand or code name Fuji. I guess the connotation is that your data might as well be relocated to Fuji. Or your DBA might as well work … Continue reading Cloud Fever now also at Sybase

Google Cloud SQL, the next step for jOOQ?

"The Cloud" is probably the biggest IT buzzword in 2011. It may as well be as meaningless and as short-lived as its predecessors "web 2.0" and "dotcom", but clearly, the big companies are aiming for "The Cloud" right now. After Microsoft's all-out marketing campaign for Windows Azure and its sub-product SQL Azure, there is now … Continue reading Google Cloud SQL, the next step for jOOQ?