There was a time when engineers looked down their noses at marketing, and many still do, but others embrace the idea of promoting their products and services. Those that are interested in doing business, and put their interest into action, will get positive results.
Vaadin is a Java web application framework which can be used to efficiently build bespoke web applications. This article explores why Vaadin may be the right technology for your next business specific web application. We give an overview of the notable aspects of the Vaadin framework and address some of the benefits and limitations.
Preemptible Instances on GCP differ from Spot Instances on AWS in that there is no concept of a “spot price” or bidding for the resources. This approach is much simpler than the Spot Instances concept, and can also be cheaper in certain scenarios, but comes with additional considerations which we cover in this article.
A standard pattern for software environment naming and usage, to provide clarity and consistency when planning software development infrastructure.
In this article we describe an opinionated approach to Model-View-Presenter development on Android.
This article provides an overview of how to implement Magnolia CMS on an auto-scaling cloud platform.
In this blog article we have a look at some of the options available for applying translations in Magnolia.
Amazon's S3 service suffered a significant outage on 28th February 2017. We analyse the factors behind the outage and the learnings that apply in general.
In this post we explain in detail how you can retrieve tag values from inside an EC2 instance, allowing metadata based control of internal instance configuration.
In this article we compare how AWS and Google Cloud Platform implement metadata and start-up and shutdown events for compute instances.