Grails in the Cloud! - Monthly Groovy and Grails Meetup

  • May 8, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Topic: Grails in the Cloud!

Always wanted to know what the buzz is about PaaS, including platforms like CloudFoundry, Jelastic, Heroku, CloudBees, OpenShift or Elastic Beanstalk, this is your evening to find out. 

The goal of the night is to learn about these platforms, get some hands-on experience, and share your experience with the group

Agenda:
[masked] Welcome and food
[masked] Presentation - Introduction to Cloud, IaaS, PaaS and Saas by Maikel Alderhout
[masked] Hands on - Deploy a Grails application* to the cloud in small groups
[masked] Knowledge - Share your experience with the group

Preparation:
No preparation is needed. We'll deliver the application, and make sure you're up to speed in seconds! It is a good idea to bring your laptop. You can always pair up with others.

Location:
Quince has kindly offered to share their great location in Amsterdam with us again! Much appreciated, thanks!


Kind regards,

Erik Pragt

 

* = Application will be a Grails application, delivered by us. No experience with Grails is needed, but it might be helpful ;-)

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  • John L.

    Nice meetup with interesting hands-on work. Maybe next time some additional discussion regarding experiences and thoughts would be nice.

    May 9, 2012

  • Erik P.

    Fun experience, really great to do the handson and get the group involved! Thanks everyone for joining and for your enthusiasm!

    May 9, 2012

  • Martijn V.

    It was very interesting and relevant. I've got a better overview of the different cloud options now.

    May 9, 2012

  • Maikel A.

    cloudbees jelastic openshift heroku cloudfoundry mongodb and other PaaS vendors, thats the future of groovy and grails! Nice meeting :-)

    May 9, 2012

  • Hubert Klein I.

    Another great meetup. First a good introduction presentation about Cloud technologies and terms by Maikel Alderhout. Followed by a hands-on experience with different PAAS providers for deploying a Grails application. I was in the group that used Heroku and it was a good experience. Really something I want to look into more closely. Afterwards each group gave a recap of the experiences so far and most PAAS providers really gets your app up and running quickly.

    May 9, 2012

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