Tag Archives: Google Cloud

Why infrastructure matters, but also doesn’t

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Infrastructure is changing. It’s nearly impossible to design a product or application without carefully planning how it’ll deploy on specific infrastructure. I should know because in running a business that automates application deployments, I deal with infrastructure every day. So here’s my take on how I view infrastructure and its evolving changes. Read More

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All the storage you need for large-scale deployments

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Large-scale deployments are a pain when you think of the many things that can go wrong. That’s why we’re here to ease the pain with deployment automation. I want to focus this post on block storage specifically for EC2 and on how you can set it up in advance to scale automated deployments. Read More

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Enhanced Access Controls on Google Cloud

One of the great things about using ElasticBox is the ability to compare cloud providers to decide which suits your needs the best. We often hear interesting viewpoints from our customers when they try out a cloud provider they hadn’t used before. One such email led us to develop the feature I am going to talk about today: How to give your developers read only access to deploy applications on Google Cloud Platform, with the ability to still track their activity in the Google Developers Console.  Read More

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Aladdin’s LAMP Stack: Where App Dreams Come True

What if a little genie told you that Aladdin’s magic LAMP is the stuff of app dreams. LAMP what? Well, the acronym stands for Linux the base OS, Apache the web server, MySQL the database, and PHP the scripting language respectively. It’s a popular mix of technology to build high performance websites and web applications.

Now you’re thinking what ElasticBox has to do with it. It’s simple. We help you put together a LAMP Stack environment in no time so you can be on your way to build out your application. Read More

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