CumuLogic, a Java Platform-as-a-Service software provider, has recently launched the revamped version of its application platform, which customers can successfully deploy using HP cloud services.
The cloud service provider has unveiled this high level of support in order to make its offering more accessible to enterprises. Just a few months back, the company released its enterprise Java platform, with support for vSphere and Citrix CloudStack.
HP Cloud Services customers will now gain access to a 30-day trial of the company’s Platform-as-a-Service before they commit to the monthly subscription fee, a fixed rate of $200 per developer.
In a statement, CumuLogic President and CEO Mike Soby said, “Organizations that are looking for an enterprise-class public cloud for new application development and for migrating existing applications can now access HP’s public cloud infrastructure with the CumuLogic PaaS. CumuLogic with HP Cloud Services deliver the features and performance required by enterprise developers to develop and scale cloud-based applications.”
In addition to CumuLogic, there are other PaaS providers that are competing over the individual developer. Engine Yard, a popular platform for Ruby and PHP applications, has also recently added support for Node.js to open up its platform for the language’s rapidly growing user community.
Node.js is an attractive alternative to more traditional server-side languages because it’s uch more accessible for front-end developers, and packs a number of other unique features on top of that.
The company is completely redefining PaaS to include an end-to-end platform for developing, migrating, running, managing, monitoring, and metering applications in the cloud.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein