Cloud computing news digest – 21 Nov 2011

Alastair Aitken 21 November 2011 0




jQuery Mobile, the mobile version of the jQuery library, has been in beta for a while but finally jQuery Mobile 1.0 has been released. It’s entering a fairly crowded marketplace with several rival offerings already in the marketplace, such as Sencha Touch, DHTMLX Touch, Jo, Zepto.js and jQTouchow.ly/7xbRM

AWS continue enchancing the AWS Management Console; it now supports Amazon Route 53 DNS service ow.ly/7wk1J

New Relic, a service for cloud application performance management has raised $15 million in funding ow.ly/7vWOG

There are many choices for Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service, this article aims to help a service for your application ow.ly/7wjTo

The San Jose Mercury News reports how Google believe that Gmail and Google+ are keys to its strategy on the cloud ow.ly/7u7Cm

The technology stack for Google+ explained ow.ly/7wjFR

Google Has Open Sourced Android 4.0 ow.ly/7v5T9

Enterprise SaaS company Zuora expands into Europe with its service for managing subscriptions ow.ly/7wjDo

Salesforce and Microsoft slug it out in the CRM Cloud Wars ow.ly/7u7La

Boundary is a real-time Monitoring-as-a-Service for AWS, Rackspace and private data centeres ow.ly/7tQYy

Apprenda is a Platform-as-a-Service for .NET ow.ly/7tQWc




Alastair Aitken (124 Posts)

As a contract developer and manager I’ve worked in a wide range of enterprises in a variety of countries where I’ve encountered everything from great work, awful work, bizarre work, all the way down to quasi-legal work. If you think that you recognise your own organisation within my articles then you’re undoubtedly wrong, where you work isn’t that unique.

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