Posted By Rich Miller On May 5, 2010 @ 8:45 am In Cloud Computing,Virtualization | 1 Comment
Last week Salesforce.com and VMware introduced VMforce, a new cloud computing platform that supports standard Java code along with the popular Spring Framework. “In simple terms, VMforce service will allow every Java developer to write applications that can run in the cloud,” Anshu Sharma writes on the Force.com blog . “VMforce provides out-of-the-box Java deployment in the cloud that is pre-integrated with a relational database, full-text search engine, reporting and analytics, user and identity management., as well as all the services that are needed to build, run, and manage an enterprise-grade business application.” Here’s a 2 minute video that provides an overview of the VMforce platform.
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