Brace yourselves. Update is coming.

No beating around the bush – the future is now. We’ve prepared a recipe for the upgrade process to make things even easier!

If you’ve already finished upgrading your system, use this instruction for a new application deployment. Afterwards, why not tell us how the upgrade went?

We hope you’re going to enjoy the new system – if something doesn’t work as planned, let us know and stay put. Our flying engineers squad will be with you shortly!

Just make sure that you migrate before June 18, 2013. We’re saying goodbye to the old system after that.

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 features of CF 2.0. And yes – we are excited.

Let’s get down to the gist of this post – the upcoming changes and new features:

Buildpack support – anynines will detect a buildpack that’s best for you app, run it and tell you when your app’s ready to work. No framework restraints, no language worries, no nothing.

Domain Management – configure your domains & manage them easily via anynines. A single command is all you need to link domains with apps.

Advanced Rights Concept – make your organisation simple & efficient by dividing it into individual spaces, each which its own anynines environment.

Fair Pricing – Pay for what you use. If you decide to use anynines after the beta, we’ll sit down and count your actual use of the services. We play clean & fair.

In order for all of this to happen you must migrate your running apps to the new system.

This needs a human operator,  so we’ll send you an e-mail with instructions.

That’s all folks. Bear with us and tell us what you think. We’d love to hear from you.

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 Foundry software! This will allow a fair cost-by-cause-based pricing while still returning something to the community. A sort of Fair Trade hosting.

The engine behind anynines is Avarteq, a German Ruby shop founded in late 2008. It’s been many projects since then and Avarteq has grown from 3 to over 30 people, becoming a rock solid organization with profound Ruby and Ruby on Rails knowledge for both development and operations.

Reading this blog will keep you up to date with our activities pushing Cloud Foundry and anynines forwards.