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More than half of firms have a serious legacy systems burden. Find out why it's important to modernize your legacy systems and get what you want: easier integration, lower IT costs, and more responsive systems for users.
Dave Jilk, CEO of Standing Cloud, and Rob Gagne, VP Engineering at Nexaweb, gave a recent Webinar about modernizing legacy systems in the cloud.
Standing Cloud, who partnered with Nexaweb in May 2011, offers a platform-as-a-service layer with quick, reliable and cost-effective application deployment transitions to the cloud.
Here's the latest additions to the 90+ supported applications in the Standing Cloud Application Network. Take a look. And remember, fully functional test drives are free.
An awesome Rails-based Content Management System. Refinery began as a closed sourced project at Resolve Digital in 2004 and went on to be released as open source software in 2009. It has since grown in popularity, especially after supporting Rails, 3 and is now the most popular Rails 3 CMS with more than 70 contributors.
Everything’s coming up Millhouse, or at least that’s the way it feels to our dev team, who recently completed our “Millhouse” release. No flood pants here, but like Millhouse, we’re feeling pretty good about this recent batch of features. As of today, check out the latest and greatest at Standing Cloud:
More Data Centers. You can now test drive and host applications on Green House Data and test drive applications on VPS.NET.
We're pleased to announce our newest partnership, with Flexiant, the UK-based cloud infrastructure software and services provider - and Europe’s original public cloud provider. We share a vision of cloud ease-of-use that we think will make cloud application deployment and management way simpler for European cloud customers.
On Tuesday, June 28, Standing Cloud will bring two more development platforms into the fold, adding to the 90+ supported applications in the Standing Cloud Application Network.
A blank PostgreSQL database for developers
This update, code-named Lunch Lady Doris, is the update of "more"! More of what makes Standing Cloud the best option for deploying and managing applications in the cloud: more support for multi-app hosting; more data centers, and more, um, better pricing. (Forgive the poor English. We were desperately trying to keep with the "more" theme.) Here are the details:
More multi-app support
I've attended the AWS Summit in San Francisco today, and while sitting in one of the sessions I had a small epiphany: Amazon's strategy for AWS is right out of Microsoft's old playbook (what is it about Seattle?).
Our interface for deploying and managing applications on Standing Cloud just keeps getting better and better. In the latest release, code-named Krusty the Clown, we've given you some new multiple-application install options, launched updated pricing, and have tried to make our error messaging less engineering-cryptic. Here's some more detail:
What's happening at Standing Cloud's cloud, application and solution provider partners.
Our latest partnership announced today points up our focus on making it easier to deploy and manage cloud-hosted applications. We have launched "Standing Cloud powered by OpSource," a leading infrastructure-as-a-service provider, to provide an application layer. Here's why: