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October 10, 2008

LOTD #10: Running GlassFish on Joyent Accelerator

Filed under: general, lotd — arungupta @ 10:52 am
Joyent provides a cloud computing environment for all your needs.  

Beyond their typical reasons (scale on demand, pay for what you use, PHP/Rails/Python/Java pre-installed and ready to go, billions of page views and others), now there is another reason to use their cloud.

The instructions to configure GlassFish on Joyent cloud are really clean and simple. Check them out here!

Do you know that Rails applications can be deployed (without any packaging) on GlassFish v3 ? Check out more details here.

All previous entries in this series are archived at LOTD.

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    Comment by Sun — October 11, 2008 @ 1:37 pm

  2. New word of the day: VAPORWARE. VAPORWARE=CLOUD. CLOUD=VAPORWARE. :) I should add, also, IBM=VOID. VOID=IBM.

    Comment by Sun — October 11, 2008 @ 1:40 pm

  3. I’m new to PHP and recently setup my local machine with PHP and MySQL for doing development. I was sort of stuck when I needed to post my work for the user to test and review. After looking around a bit I found a site that hosts PHP and MySQL apps. I was surprised that it was free – it seems they’re offering the service at no cost until 2012. At that point they’ll change over to a fee-based service. However, in the meantime, it’s a great place to do anything from demo and sandbox right up to posting sites for real.

    Their pitch is as follows:

    "This is absolutely free, there is no catch. You get 350 MB of disk space and 100 GB bandwidth. They also have cPanel control panel which is amazing and easy to use website builder. Moreover, there is no any kind of advertising on your pages."

    Check it out using this link:

    Important: There’s one catch in that you must make sure you visit the account every 14 days – otherwise the account is marked ‘Inactive’ and the files are deleted!!!

    Thanks and good luck!

    Comment by donny — October 13, 2008 @ 2:42 pm

  4. hmm. thx..

    Comment by sinema izle — March 18, 2009 @ 7:01 am

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