Michelle Greenlee

Michelle Greenlee

Web Developer & Freelance Writer

Michelle covers enterprise software, cyber security, big data analytics, and website development.

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Dr. Dobbs' Develop in the Cloud

A Marketplace for Amazon Reserved Instances -Develop in the Cloud - Michelle Greenlee

A new Amazon program will let smaller-scale developers shop for short-term AWS Reserved Instances and enjoy prices below what they would have to pay for Demand Instances.
Last week, Amazon Web Service...

Dr. Dobbs' Develop in the Cloud

Google App Engine, the in between cloud - Develop in the Cloud - Michelle Greenlee

If you're considering setting up a remote server to host and run your app but you're not looking forward to server maintenance tasks, Google App Engine might be for you.
Google App Engine is a cloud-b...

Dr. Dobbs' Develop in the Cloud

Hands on Cloud IDEs - Develop in the Cloud - Michelle Greenlee

Cloud IDEs are getting real, fast. We kicked the tires on half a dozen of them and can report that the desktop IDE might be an endangered species.

Thanks to cloud development tools we can finally work from almost any machine or mobile device. No longer must we remain tethered to our desktop machines. Before you choose a provider you'll need to ask eight important questions of your provider, review the pros and cons of a cloud IDE, and decide how your team will work together.

I look forward to a day when developing from the browser is as comprehensively rewarding as working from a traditional desktop IDE. I'm not the only one. Stack Overflow is filled with questions about Cloud IDEs. As it turns out, the cloud IDE market is booming, at least in the sense that there are plenty to choose from. Many are still in early versions and are free to use.

Dr. Dobbs' Develop in the Cloud

Develop in the Cloud - Michelle Greenlee

A free trial of Google Cloud SQL is a good way to test the service, which is part of a newish enterprise suite of cloud products offered by Google.
Cloud-hosted relational database services have been ...

Dr. Dobbs' Develop in the Cloud

Enter Cloud Printing - Develop in the Cloud - Michelle Greenlee

The ability to print from a mobile device anywhere is emerging from early confusion about terminology, and standards are just beginning to gel.
When all your documents are in the cloud, how do you get...