This year hasn’t been a particularly good one so far for Java, which has suffered several widely publicized security vulnerabilities. But for Java developers, at least, some good news has come in the form of new opportunities for seamlessly deploying Web and mobile apps into cloud-based testing environments via CloudBees‘s recent integration with VMware‘s (NYSE: VMW) CloudFoundry platform-as-a-service (Paas). Here’s how these various pieces of the cloud, open source and development ecosystem come together.
CloudBees, a relatively young company founded in April 2010, focuses on value-added services to make it easier to deploy Java, JRuby and Grails applications to the cloud through a PaaS-centered approach. It has a strong engagement with the open source community in particular.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, CloudBees Integrates with VMware CloudFoundry PaaS- The VAR Guy