Enterprise Java Developers Get Cloud Access

Enterprise Java Developers Get Cloud Access

Until now, Java developers have found it difficult to move their apps to the cloud. “The whole idea is you have these 6 million Java developers, and they want an enterprise-class cloud to deploy their applications on,” said’s Eric Stahl.

Today, and VMware have announced a new cloud framework called “VMforce” that will fill that need. It combines three different technologies—’s cloud, VMware virtualization and VMware’s SpringSource products—into a single solution that should simplify Java cloud development.

The companies have not yet announced details on pricing or when VMforce will become available to customers.

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