Standing Cloud posts
Another round of updated cloud applications and added versions to the Standing Cloud app network. This round focused mostly on CMS applications such as Drupal:
We added security updates to Drupal versons: 6.23, 6.24, 7.11 & 7.12
Upgraded Drupal scripts for 6.24 & 7.12
Added SilverStripe 2.4.7
Added Joomla 1.7.5 & 2.5.1
Another round of updated applications and added versions to the Standing Cloud app network:
Tiki Wiki 1.10.7
Drupal scripts have been upgraded to use drush
So we’ve been talking a lot about company values lately. And one that we work really hard on here at Standing Cloud is to “consistently delight our customers.” We always strive to keep our users at the forefront of our minds and hope that they are surprised and pleased by our dedication to them. With that in mind, in the last three releases (we’re up to #55 now!) we’ve added a lot of functionality to our system that we think will make all of our customers really happy; and there’s something in there for everyone.
For Our Developers and Business Users
On the eve of a widespread Internet “Blackout” initiated by administrators of Reddit and backed by the likes of Wikipedia, Wordpress, Google, Mozilla, Boing Boing, TwitPic, and many other online organizations around the world, the Internet community has made it clear that the freedom of speech, innovation of design, and opportunity of shared information is being threatened and that a blackout to
This week, we rolled out our integration with SendGrid, the leader in email deliverability, that makes SendGrid's leading email delivery, analytics and scalability available to Standing Cloud customers.
It seems like everyone these days is talking about “the cloud” -- what it is, who needs it, why it’s so great -- all the hype can be really overwhelming. In a recent article for ReadWrite Cloud, Standing Cloud CEO Dave Jilk illuminates the current the buzz around “the cloud” and the various types of cloud computing.
In his most recent article for Cloud Computing Journal, Standing Cloud CEO Dave Jilk made some cloud predictions for the coming year. After giving himself a C+ on his 2011 predictions, he’s changed his strategy a bit.
You can read the full article on Cloud Computing Journal’s website, but for now, here’s his first prediction:
We’re constantly adding variety and options to the catalogue of applications available on Standing Cloud. Recently we've included the following app versions:
OpenVBX 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and 1.2.1
Drupal 7.10 (and an older version: 6.13)
Joomla 1.7.3 and 1.5.25
MediaWiki 1.17 and 1.18.0
This is a scorecard on my 2011 predictions, graded on an A-F scale. I'll follow up with my 2012 predictions soon. Feel free to comment and disagree with the grading!
1. There will be a significant influx of shared hosting and telecom providers into the IaaS marketplace.
There are now several hundred IaaS providers of various sizes, many (but not all) of them existing hosting and telecom providers.