Whether or not Google officially rolls out its GCE public cloud to all takers this week, GCE will take on AWS and Windows Azure for market- and mind-share going forward.
Here are the best of the best of this year’s Structure Launchpad startups. Come check them out at Structure in June.
Industry giants are adding more development and platform goodies for mobile app developers. This may have the more targeted MBaaS providers a little perplexed.
Business customers who want more support than Google Groups or Stack Overflow for Google Cloud workloads can now choose from four tiers of Google-branded support.
In his latest post on next-generation systems design, James Urquhart discusses the different types of PaaS offerings and why it matters that some are composable and others are contextual.
So you’re building an important application on Heroku’s Platform-as-a-Service but need some help configuring it? Now you can now get that. For a fee.
If you don’t think Google is serious about providing public cloud infrastructure to business users, check out the latest spate of services unveiled on the company’s enterprise blog. Google clearly wants to take on cloud king Amazon on its own turf.
The search giant keeps pushing its public cloud infrastructure, this time by updating its Cloud SQL database service with more storage, bigger caches for faster reads, and a choice of data center locales, according to a Google Enterprise blog post.
LinkedIn’s popular career building and job search site has been offline for a short time Monday morning. There’s not a ton of information available yet, so stay tuned.
Steven Huffman, who co-founded Reddit and then Hipmunk, used Google App Engine to teach novice programmers web development on Udacity. He is impressed with it as a real-life development platform. And Google really, really wants you to know that.