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Just when you thought your app was in “the cloud” … someone showed you that you’re still on a VPS. Everything’s in the box…. DBMS, some scripting framework your web guy likes, maybe some plugins and things. You’ve got a lamp server running on there, some python stuff… ruby on rails, ruby off the rails, and your ex cube-farm neighbor Jim’s whole crazy train of UI experiments. MySQL’s SuSQL? Whos’ SQL is that? Want to throw more compute power at the problem? OK! Service-oriented operators are standing by!
- or.. Unix if you prefer
- not running a non *nix based operating system
Senseless promotional point system options:
- +10 cloud points if you’re a Debian/Ubuntu user.
- +20 cloud points if you compile your own kernels.
- +30 cloud points if you’re from California.
- +40 cloud points if you’re from The Bay.
- +100 cloud points if you managed to rack up 100 cloud points just now.
- Beta Participation with a tolerance for betavailability.
- SCRAPERS is a release candidate, so is your app, probably… anyway.
What happens inside the SCRAPER CLOUD…
- Normally what happens in the cloud stays in the cloud, but I will tell you anyway…
- Your server, VPS, appliance or application (let’s call it an app) is placed into a Scalable Cloud Response Architecture Platform Elasticator (SCRAPE).
- Once inside the SCRAPE, your app is replicated and privately analyzed by a service-orientation analyzer engine (SOAE)… well… it’s more like a scraper bike peddled by a service-oriented architect.
- Scalability is achieved by dividing your app into persistent data and elastic process service-layers that are provisioned by an Economy of Autoscale Elasticator Engine (EoAEE!!!!!!!).
- Your app will continue to get comfortable in the SCRAPE, reaching more efficiency as time goes on.
- Once your app has been service-oriented, your app will have learned to autoscale as needed and is ejected into the production cloud environment.
- Any SCRAPE’d app is compatible with Amazon Machine Images as well as Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud and Eucalyptus.
Promotional Service Rates for qualified apps (beta)
- $1.60 per hour per SCRAPE standard (supports most midsized developing and production apps)
- $3.30 per hour per SCRAPE VIP GOLD (livin’ large for famous apps)
- additional compute nodes “pedants” can optionally be purchased as needed for $0.025 per hour (according to the optimized load average plan)
- Network bandwidth and additional IPs: MARKET
Ask about premium pricing here.