Blog posts in 'Cloud' category

LoopBack as an Event Publisher
Jun 15, 2017
Most people who have used LoopBack know that it is a highly-extensible, open-source Node.js framework that enables you to quickly create dynamic end-to-end REST APIs with little or no coding. These REST APIs can be used by client applications (We... More
LoopBack As A Service Using OpenWhisk
May 24, 2017
In our previous blog we saw how we can host LoopBack as a multi-tenant micro-service on the cloud. As a quick recap, this would require us to: Expose REST APIs for CRUD on /models and /datasources resources. Use the LoopBack NodeJS APIs to c... More
Continuous Integration in the Cloud: Comparing Travis, Circle and Codeship
Jan 22, 2015
Continuous Integration (CI) is an essential part to any modern development process. Gone are the days of monolithic releases with massive changes, today it’s all about releasing fast and often. Most teams have come to rely on some sort of automate... More
How to Deploy a Node.js REST API Server on Red Hat’s OpenShift
Sep 3, 2014
The world is moving toward the cloud—both public and private clouds—and infrastructure demands are giving rise to a new generation of integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) API servers which specifically handle this use case with the added dime... More
Deploying LoopBack mBaaS on Rackspace
Sep 17, 2013
Fanatical Support Meets Strong Node Fanatical Support has made Rackspace the leader in enterprise hosting. The Fanatical Support mantra, support for open source products, and strong SLA has made them the preferred vendor for IT ops in companies ... More
Deploying LoopBack mBaaS on Cloud Foundry
Sep 17, 2013
Getting Started with LoopBack on Cloud Foundry Most mobile developers want to focus on the front-end of their apps and not get caught up in having to figure out how to write a backend, connect it to data sources or worse how to manage and scale... More
Comparing Node.js Support on PaaS Hosting Providers
Jun 24, 2013
As of May 2013 Node.js may still be young relative to its other language counterparts, but when it comes to hosting, there are a lot of options. In this post we’ll take a look at several “Platform as a Service” providers. I’m not including “In... More