As we launch CloudShare’s new blog I would like to welcome our growing community and invite you to participate in the discussion threads that we will hold here. I view this blog as a great place to interact with our users, share ideas and get feedback on the products and initiatives we are running at CloudShare. For us, this is a great opportunity to hear our customer’s voices and opinions. For you, our users this is an opportunity to influence what we do here at CloudShare and enjoy better products and services.
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I’ve always been a technology aficionado, chasing after the latest and greatest technology. As of late there has been no lack of new technology, most amusing not stunning. Cloud in the last two years has been the leading space for innovation and what’s “ new.” However, “Cloud” means so many things. It is not a one size fits all concept. The Cloud can be a SaaS based line of business application. It might be web hosting, or cloud based filed systems. All of these I have been intimately aware of. Boy was I missing out on something new! Read the rest of this entry »
We are continually improving our lists of available permalinks and updated VM Templates. Below is a description of the new templates, and permalinks, and updates to existing ones released on 8/21/2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Are you testing or developing a web application? Do you want to share the web application with others, like you would with any web application? We have an awesome new feature in CloudShare ProPlus to do just that. The Web Access feature is an efficient way to test, share, and work on your web application as you would any web application, via a URL. For every environment, you create in CloudShare, we allow you to enable the “Web Access” feature. When you enable this feature, you get a static URL that will not change while the environment exists or the feature enabled. Read the rest of this entry »
The first thing you think about when you hear “The Cloud” may not be development and testing. The Cloudy market is filled with SaaS applications, hosting, and cloud-based file systems. All are very useful, and offer a clear value. However, development and testing in the Cloud is one of the easiest ways to actualize the benefits the Cloud can provide. By utilizing the Cloud for your development projects you immediately save time, maximize efficiency, alleviate frustration, and increase the overall value of your code. Read the rest of this entry »