Posts By: Julian Fischer

anynines – Scalable Swift File Storage Service

Given that most web applications need to store files generated or uploaded by users they require a place to store these files. Back in the old days such files have been put into the filesystem. However, for redundant systems with multiple application server instances this is not an option. Because the instances can be spread… Read more »

Harder, better, faster – anynines!

First of all: folks – thanks for being with us! We wouldn’t ever dream of building anynines without you. We’ve got an announcement. A big one: anynines is getting a huge upgrade. Soon, we will update our Cloud Foundry to the cutting-edge 2.0 version. anynines will be one of the first to provide the new… Read more »

Welcome to the anynines blog

Anynines is an upcoming PaaS written in Ruby. A hosting that grows with your apps! Additionaly, one of anynines’ goals is to make PaaS both affordable and compliant to European privacy laws. It’s more than just business. Anynines supports selected non-profit open source and charity projects with free hosting, being itself based on the Cloud… Read more »