Why You Should Build Your Apps on a Cloud Platform

CloudBees is a deployment platform specifically for Java apps
Cloud Foundry is an innovative, multi-language platform that is officially open source, but whose caretaker is virtualization leader VMware.
DotCloud is an independent, multi-language platform that boasts simple, command-line-based deployment of apps and databases using Amazon AWS cloud.
Elastic Beanstalk is operated by Amazon Web Services, the undisputed cloud infrastructure leader.
Engine Yard offers managed deployments of apps using Ruby on Rails and PHP
Force.com is the proprietary cloud platform from Salesforce.com.
Google App Engine is a simplified, but also inexpensive, deployment platform for applications in Java, Python or the open-source language Go.
Heroku is Salesforce platform for non-proprietary technologies.
Longjump is one of the first cloud platforms in the field (as early as 2008!) and includes a model/view/controller (MVC) implementation of Java designed to let developers build componentized apps arou

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