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Cloud Foundry: All content tagged as Cloud Foundry in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence

Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry

After giving its source code a look-over, I noticed that the important component is missing - Memcached. Memcached is the de facto standard free & open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, as you know. The other PaaS also supports Memcached (ex. Google App Engine, Heroku, Amazon Web Service, and so on) in various way. I believe that a lot of PaaS users want to use Memcahced, therefore, I decided to implement Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry.

The Java world isn’t so big into Memcached. But that’s not a good excuse for not having support for Memcahed in Cloud Foundry.

Original title and link: Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Sinatra with Redis on Cloud Foundry

The workshop takes you through creating a Sinatra application using sample code from here . Once the Sinatra application which leverages Twitter is working, the workshop then takes you through adding Redis to your application. Finally the workshop ends after taking you through scaling your application instances up and then back down.

Only 15 minutes to get it up and running:

Original title and link: Sinatra with Redis on Cloud Foundry (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

VMWare Cloud Foundry Storage Engines: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis

VMWare’s acquisitions at work:

The platform lets you build applications with Java and other JVM-based frameworks such as Grails and Roo, Rails and Sinatra for Ruby and Node.js. The platform plugs into application services such as RabbitMQ and GemFire, both now owned by VMware. […] Cloud Foundry also supports MySQL, MongoDB and Redis, […]

I assume other NoSQL databases will be added to the Cloud Foundry as I doubt Redis and MongoDB are the only ones operationally ready.

As a side note, I’m wondering if this announcement means VMWare is looking for its next acquisition in the direction of MongoDB makers’ 10gen.

Original title and link: VMWare Cloud Foundry Storage Engines: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)