You’ve probably heard us talk about our new CloudBees Ecosystem, which expands our instant Java-in-the-cloud goodness to include partner companies. With the Ecosystem, you get a la carte services from Cloudant, New Relic, Sauce Labs, JFrog and Sonar on the CloudBees platform, where you can build, deploy, test, manage and monitor applications running in the cloud.
It’s a big step forward in realizing benefits of the cloud – get whatever services you want, when you want them, pay only for what you use. You can easily turn them off and on, and you manage them from a single location, CloudBees GrandCentral.
Best of all, it’s supremely easy to get started and be productive fast! Watch one of our favorite PaaS architects, Michael Neale, activate Cloudant’s CouchDB NoSQL database on the Ecosystem in just a few seconds, then create and deploy a live URL shortening service, cloudbe.es.
Bonus at the end: Michael demos how to create Views in CouchDB.
If you like the video, you might also enjoy this tutorial on building an app with Cloudant and CloudBees.
After you watch the video, leave us a comment and tell us – can it get any easier? If so, how?!
Spend your time writing software, not managing services from various vendors or maintaining machines. Try the CloudBees Ecosystem…