Category: Cloud

Minecraft Server

I’m no Minecraft expert or anything, but I do occasionally play it with my son.  I’ve probably spent more time installing mods for him and discussing the merits and pitfalls of the various characters and objects, so I do feel quite familiar with it.   One of the latest requests was to setup a private server so that him and his friends…

Bluemix

I hadn’t heard about Bluemix until about two weeks ago, which I was a little surprised by, since I have been keeping an ear to the ground with all stuff cloud-related – or so I thought.  But perhaps you can’t blame IBM for playing it cool with their new PaaS cloud offering.  It was only released into the wild a few…

Google App Engine

I finally got around to trying out Google App Engine the other night.  This is Google’s cloud computing, or Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering, for developing and hosting web applications.  It currently supports Python, PHP, Go and Java (or any other languages that run on the JVM). I was looking around for some code to set-up my own proxy…