Platform as a Service Shootout

A series of mini talks about cloud PaaS that you cans deploy Perl apps to. 

Docker by Jesse Thompson
Heroku by JT Smith
Stakato by David Delikat
dotCloud by Steve Kaftanski
OpenShift by Mithun Ayachit

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  • Steve K.

    Jesse started out with a good general survey of containers and especially focusing on Docker, which seems most promising in many ways... then Mithun with OpenShift and JT with heroku and David with stackato and I finished up with a quick "dotCloud is slick but non-free". (Although I wonder if I should've investigated any possible connections between Docker and dotCloud, maybe I'm missing something?)
    James's report was that ("flux"? or "flex" or whatever it was) seemed to have become a casualty of the business world's ebb and flow.

    1 · September 10

  • david d.

    lots of good info.

    September 9

  • david d.

    so, in an effort to satiate my curiosity... I have managed to find all but one of the above services.
    I think flexflux is supposed to be fluxflex... there is a twitter account https://twitter.com/fluxflex which declares the home page as down... ( http://fluxflex.com ) but seems to be the correct product. twitter and github have both been inactive since 2012 https://github.com/fluxflex am I looking at the right stuff?

    August 13

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