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  1. Tips for Building Your First Application on LongJump PaaS

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    ... information from a lot of different people and sources to build some analysis or to trigger some actions around that data. It sounds simple, but when you factor in all the IT infrastructure that needs ...
    Wednesday, 09 July 2008
  2. GigaOm: The Long Tail of IT

    Category: News/Latest

    ... to build applications that teams can use to share data and collaborate. There is no infrastructure to install, and the time and cost to build, deploy and customize new applications is greatly reduced. ...
    Thursday, 26 June 2008
  3. LongJump Releases Standards-Based Developer Suite

    Category: News/Latest

    ... businesses that needed flexible applications would need to buy, build, and maintain a complex architecture of servers, databases, application frameworks and solution design. The PaaS model provides developers ...
    Monday, 22 September 2008
  4. Contact Management Software Can’t Handle Enterprise-Level Data

    Category: News/Latest

    ... on an island, making sharing and management of customer information difficult. They also significantly put your data at risk. A hard drive crash or stolen computer can debilitate you for weeks. If you’re ...
    Tuesday, 06 May 2008
  5. LongJump Provides Installable SaaS Application Cloud Platform

    Category: News/Latest

    ... software that powers Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), today unveiled that its LongJump Business Applications Platform can be licensed for use within an enterprise’s data center or licensed by independent ...
    Tuesday, 31 March 2009
  6. LongJump Introduces Enterprise-Grade Platform-As-A-Service

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    ...  LongJump already enables corporate IT to fully implement the LongJump platform, with its built-in application creation, workflow and customization, and data analysis capabilities ? all without the ...
    Monday, 13 October 2008
  7. Cloud computing portal hoping to be a central resource for user-generated content

    Category: News/Latest

    ... by Qrimp, a cloud application builder. Qrimp is a pre-funding start-up. They introduce their product on their Web site as follows: Qrimp is a web database without limits. Simple to get started. Easy ...
    Thursday, 03 July 2008
  8. LongJump Workflows Make Business Data Actionable

    Category: News/Latest

    Businesses are faced with a rising challenge today: There is more data that they have to deal with rather than not enough. This fact, coupled with the increased speed in which everything now has to happen, ...
    Monday, 24 March 2008
  9. Using Mashups to Create a More Efficient Government?

    Category: News/Latest

    ... were invited to develop applications using government data. Bringing government on board could lead to a flood of data-driven mashups that would expand some of the efforts already underway by nonprofits ...
    Monday, 18 May 2009
  10. LongJump Named a Gartner Cool Vendor in Cloud Computing

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    ... the creation of multitenant applications. It also offers multitenancy configuration options that allow the user to store data in a common multitenant database, one tenant database instance that is dedicated ...
    Wednesday, 15 April 2009
  11. The Birth of a Silo: Another Expensive IT Application Project

    Category: News/Latest

    ... then deploy some type of application infrastructure. That includes web servers, application servers, databases, creating application frameworks, etc. Of course, that means someone has to manage each of ...
    Tuesday, 09 September 2008
  12. Standardizing Cloud Computing

    Category: News/Latest

    ... flawed this early in the game. First, let’s talk “stuff.” If you mean by data, absolutely. As Facebook’s recent stumble has indicated, customers should be able to freely move their content. In fact, ...
    Thursday, 26 February 2009
  13. Webinar: Developing and Deploying SaaS Applications with MySQL and LongJump

    Category: News/Latest

    As many of you know, LongJump.com uses MySQL Enterprise Edition as our backend database. Like many, we chose it for its scalability, refined support and performance-for-value business case. Sun Microsystem’s ...
    Monday, 11 May 2009
  14. LongJump and the Open Cloud Manifesto

    Category: News/Latest

    ... interoperability standards for cloud based platforms. The manifesto defines cloud computing as: Scalability on Demand Streamlining the Data Center Improving Business Processes Minimizing ...
    Monday, 30 March 2009
  15. New Features Coming January 25th

    Category: News/Latest

    ... the view management icon introduction of widget-based web tabs for putting dashboards anywhere in an application, not just the Home tab introduction of database joined view web tabs for displaying ...
    Monday, 19 January 2009
  16. Developer Suite in The News

    Category: News/Latest

    ... Development Suite, an I.T. department can build the app they need, then use the included visual browser-based UI for data and process modeling. Alternately, they could instead choose to hand of the integration ...
    Monday, 22 September 2008
  17. Want to make money with SaaS? Then don’t migrate your on-premise application to managed-hosting

    Category: News/Latest

    ... can invest tens of millions to run their data centres. You can’t, however, so forget about it right now. Layer 2: Managed hosting (18%) In the second PaaS layer you have full software control, ...
    Thursday, 15 May 2008
  18. CRM Helps Harvest Low Hanging Fruit

    Category: News/Latest

    ... your frequent patrons that come to your restaurant. CRM Solutions like LongJump’s Sales Force Automation suite would enable you to pull data from your cash registers and let you analyze across both data ...
    Thursday, 08 May 2008
  19. Why hiding behind abstraction is not enough for SaaS applications

    Category: News/Latest

    ... even application generators, abstraction has worked well for the different combinations of OS, database, networking and user interfaces that confront on-premise developers. As an SaaS ISV you only have ...
    Thursday, 03 April 2008
  20. SaaS - Acceptance is the Last Stage of Grief

    Category: News/Latest

    ... of lower labor costs or access to new market opportunities. It is time to realize that building a SAS 70 II compliant data center is better left to those who do that sort of thing for a living. Likewise, ...
    Friday, 06 February 2009
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