Realities of open source cloud computing, Part 3, Managing the cloud

From the developerWorks archives

Michael Galpin

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: May 05, 2009

You've picked the perfect cloud computing platform for your needs, and you have a well-designed application to run on it. The hard part is done, right? Not so fast. You still need to consider all the things you'd typically worry about if the application was for your own servers: deployment, testing, and monitoring. This might be intimidating, since your application will run on somebody else's machines, which you might not have access to, or know much about. In this final part of the "Realities of open source cloud computing" series, learn about several open source tools and technologies to help you administer your application in a cloud.

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