We’ve mapped out 2014 and it’s going to be an exciting year for us at Genuitec. With that, we just finished up the paperwork and are now Silver Sponsors for EclipseCon North America 2014 in San Francisco. Woohoo!
(Are you seeing a trend? The most important organizations in the world rely on our technologies to power their businesses as compared to IBM and Oracle offerings – click the button below to schedule a demo on software delivery, mobile, cloud, or integrated developer environments)
Wow, we’re really sorry that you had to miss the Cloud Connect webinar today. But I have some good news.
The Good News – We recorded the session just for you! You’ll still have an opportunity to benefit from the awesome demo we put together, showing you all the really cool things that Cloud Connect is capable of – like giving you instant team synchronization (oh yeah, Cloud Connect is free).
Watch it here:
That’s how we roll. If it flies and has APIs we can play with then we’re all over it at Genuitec.
We’ll have a more formal write up of the EclipseCon Europe 2013 event next week. In short though and as always, it was a productive conference for Genuitec and thanks again to the Eclipse Foundation.
Here’s us giving away an AR Parrot Drone 3.0 – as readers can tell, it was a highly sought after prize.
We’re introducing our *free* Cloud Connect technology with seamless backup and sharing of Eclipse Java IDEs from the cloud with an informative, and FREE webinar.
Join us November 7th at 12 PM EST (16:00 GMT) for this free webinar, where you can learn about our simple cloud process for downloading Eclipse IDEs, all the plugins, and configurations and sharing with teammates in a cloud environment. Cloud Connect provides a fast, intuitive avenue for Eclipse Java developers to push Eclipse Java packaging to the cloud for optimal team synchronization and organization. No need to download Eclipse; instead kick it to Genuitec’s cloud!
Sign up today to attend this awesome webinar!
Can’t make the webinar? We’ll be recording the session and making it available for consumption after the webinar. Use the button below to sign up to receive notification when the recorded webinar is available.
On the floor at EclipseCon Europe 2013 in Ludwigsburg, Germany, for the second year in a row and so far we’ve met a number of folks interested in our Eclipse software delivery solution- Secure Delivery Center. Whether interested in private or public clouds to manage and deliver software to millions of users, we’re finding the largest enterprises in the world *need help* in this department as a considerable cost saving measure. Download Eclipse, set up the Eclipse Java or MyEclipse IDE, and ship off your wares internally for development or to customers as a finished (it’s never finished) product.
So if you’re onsite come visit us to learn about what we’ve been doing for the past decade – also you can win cool drone with APIs that can be legally hacked with a bit of Java know-how (we’ll let you search the web to learn what hacks folks are doing with it).
Here’s where you can find us at EclipseCon Europe 2013 – we like to share knowledge too.
If you’ve seen and heard enough from us and are ready to see why our solution is favored over IBM and others software delivery solutions – set up a demo today (There’s a button on the bottom of this page, just look down).
It’s no secret that Eclipse software delivery is hard. Basic Eclipse delivery ignores the lifecycle of your tool stack and pushes you to rely on methods that are less than secure, or ideal for that matter – like passing around team wiki-pages or zip docs hoping that team members follow installation and setup instructions to a tee otherwise the project will eventually fail. While it’s not an impossible task (we used to do it until 4 years ago), it is often a bigger project and bigger hassle than you anticipated and most of delivery workarounds do nothing to ensure team synchronization.
Genuitec knows something about Eclipse delivery (we’ve shipped MyEclipse successfully over 14 million times). In fact, as founding members of the Eclipse Foundation I’d argue that we’re experts on the topic. We’ve spent half a decade working with customers on their Eclipse delivery needs, it comes natural to the engineers at Genuitec to continuously solve this problem with each enterprise account.
The delivery challenges faced by our customers were the driving force behind our development of Secure Delivery Center (SDC). SDC was specifically designed to take the hassle out of Eclipse delivery while providing a way to instantly deliver not only plug-ins, tools, and proprietary software across a team but also deliver software to millions of our customer’s customers (you’ve likely used SDC and not even known it).
To gain more insight about how SDC can alleviate your Eclipse delivery challenges, click the button below to score a free copy of our Eclipse delivery eBook, “Eclipse Delivery is Wicked Hard.” (You can thank our Boston writers for “wicked” in the title).
Can’t make this year’s EclipseCon Europe conference? That’s a bummer!
BUT, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the awesome sessions Genuitec is giving this year. This year we’ll be recording our sessions and posting them on our site after the conference close so you’ll still have the opportunity to learn about all the cool, new things up our sleeve.
1. How CERN scaled up Eclipse for the LHC
This session will reveal some awesome insight about how to leverage Eclipse within your own organization. For this session, we’ve teamed up with CERN for a first-hand account of how they’re using Genuitec’s Secure Delivery Center, a cost-effective solution for delivery and management, to meet the growing demands of their team.
2. Tales from the crypt: Must knows to ship software to enterprises
A session digging deep into the landscape of enterprise deployment, and how to prepare your own software for success behind your corporate firewall. You’ll also hear about the key challenges of having your product running in complex enterprise scenarios and discover ways to combat those challenges.
Not up for watching the sessions? You can always request a personalized demo for you and your team to see any (or all) of our products in action. Click below to grab your demo!
Hey! Since you’re here looking at this page, you should click below and take advantage of Genuitec giving away cool stuff!
We are pleased to be attending this year’s EclipseCon Europe held in lovely Ludwigsburg, Germany later this month. The Eclipse Foundation has pulled out all the stops once again, and we’re ready to pack our bags and join in the festivities.
This year, Genuitec will be rocking two talks at ECE and we’re excited to showcase some of our coolest Eclipse Java technologies, as well as share the stage once again with our friends at CERN.
Here’s where you can find us at ECE 2013:
If you have a conflicting session and won’t be able to attend, you’ll still have a chance to catch ours. Our sessions will be recorded and available to watch after the conference has concluded. You can sign up here to be notified when the recorded sessions are available on our site and to learn about other exciting EclipseCon news from Genuitec.
For Genuitec, the ECE is a huge part of our success as a company, thanks to the opportunity it gives us to not only learn about the direction of the latest Eclipse technologies, but also to educate fellow members on what Genuitec’s Eclipse Java products bring to the table. We applaud the Eclipse Foundation for the channels of communication they open through ECE by bringing together a community that truly understands the usage of Eclipse and thus ensuring that its usage is done efficiently and intelligently. Where so many other conferences fail to keep the focus squarely on the community’s needs, we can always rely on ECE to give us amazing insight into the true nature of the Eclipse community. And of course do all of this in such an awesome blend of business and fun! We’re excited to be apart of EclipseCon Europe once again. It’s a true honor to get to rub elbows with the largest Eclipse community in the world.
You don’t have to take our word for it, there are many others who find ECE just as amazing as we do. Check out these testimonials from fellow ECE attendees/sponsors:
“For me, attending EclipseCon Europe has been a habit for many years. The quality of the presentations allow me to strengthen my expertise and provide my clients with training content that features the latest advancements.
Of course, the networking side is also very important. With hundreds of attendees involved in Eclipse, EclipseCon Europe is the place to create relationships based on trust and understanding that help us all work together.”
“For me, EclipseCon is the best opportunity to get in touch with creators and users of innovative software technologies. If you want to meet the Eclipse key developers, the people behind Eclipse, who drive the community and the most established Java IDE in the world, then you have to be there. EclipseCon just floods your mind with new ideas you want to develop for the next time.”
“EclipseCon is awesome. For me, it is the premier event to get in contact with all the people working on the various Eclipse projects and all the people using those projects. It’s so much easier to talk about problems and issues, chat about future directions, and exchange ideas about new things at those events than on mailing lists or online forums. Meet the people behind the projects and their users in real person is priceless. Looking forward to seeing you there, too!”
If you catch us on the exhibit floor, don’t be a stranger! We look forward to meeting, chatting, and learning to juggle with as many of you as we can.
See you there!
Jed, Nicholas & Tim
Your Genuitec ECE Conference Team
Since the Snowden/NSA debacle in May, there’s been a huge increase in articles written on corporate security – the vast majority of them honing in on Cloud security. Snowden’s breach was nothing completely out of the ordinary, as corporate whistle-blowing is a common occurrence. However, when it happens on a National level, we all give pause and start considering the safety of our own data.
Cloud computing is one of the fastest growing technologies in today’s market. In fact, Gartner predicts that by the year 2016, the cloud computing market will reach $210 billion dollars with an annual growth rate of over 15%. Most companies are already incorporating some form of cloud computing, and if they’re not yet, you can be sure they’re considering what role the cloud will play in their future. The cloud represents a more economical way to gain flexibility and scalability for data, thus it’s a natural path for enterprises.
Surely you’ve noticed that the Cloud industry has been on a steady uptake for the last year, with new services, capabilities and features announced on what seems a daily basis. With this kind of explosion, it’s easy to see why many are concerned over the safety of cloud data and services as history has shown time and again that when people flood the market with a new technology in hopes of getting their product out there, security often becomes an afterthought.
So is your data really safe on the cloud? Well, that all depends on the type of cloud you’re using and the architecture behind it as well as the security measures you have in place at your company. True cloud security is really dependent on a harmony between your company’s set security standards and lock down controls in a cloud. And of course, you need to make wise decisions about what you’re putting out on the cloud. To be sure, mission critical information for a company is better stored elsewhere.
Clearly, a public cloud is not where you want to store anything above low-level company data. Public clouds are just what they called, public and thus can pretty much be accessed by anyone with mobile device or internet connection. Thus, for corporate level items a hybrid cloud or private cloud is the best choice. Hybrid clouds are of course a newer blend of cloud service technology and combine portions of public cloud and private cloud to allow company employees to access certain sections of the cloud while locking down and restricting other sections. And of course a private cloud, is private and fully locked down – the best choice for most organizations.
Genuitec’s Secure Delivery Center is a unique blend of technologies which tie-in seamlessly with your set security standards and provide an opportunity to lock-down as little or as much of your cloud as you like. Designed for the ultimate experience in software delivery, SDC is equipped to roll-out and update your Eclipse or custom packages seamlessly and instantly behind the security of your corporate firewall across your full team. Safely behind your firewall, you’re free to develop and contain your software where others cannot reach. SDC utilizes an Admin Control panel as well, enabling you to restrict what tools, plug-ins and softwares are used by your team if needed. Essentially, you can lock-down your cloud as little or as much as you need and stay secure.
If you’re just starting out on the cloud, SDC is also available in a more public format called SDC Cloud Connect. Cloud Connect is a simple way to kick your Eclipse to the cloud and push software out to your team without the full lock-down experience. It’s a great starter cloud experience to help get your team instantly in sync while you vet out a full private or hybrid cloud solution for your company.
Genuitec is hedging our bets on Cloud. The cloud is becoming more and more important to the way companies do business, and as such it’s paramount to us to provide a way for our customers to get the information they need from the cloud when they need it. To learn more about how we’re helping customers develop, deliver and mobilize their enterprise in the cloud, sign-up for a demo to see how Genuitec can help you make a smarter Cloud choice.
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Today we’re releasing a beautiful upgrade to our Secure Delivery Center Cloud Connect technology; with a beautiful UI, it’s designed to kick your Eclipse Java development to the cloud faster while letting you share your custom IDE using social channels like Twitter for usage and verification. You can also opt to create private log-ins in lieu of using your established social accounts.
Once you’ve kicked your Eclipse Java over to the cloud, your setup is saved and you can begin using our beautiful point-and-click usability to share your Eclipse Java IDE and/or plugins; use it on other systems, and get your Eclipse packages on-ramped faster than ever before.
Check out this video to see how Genuitec has engineered the newest, yet simplest method for Eclipse Java development:
Cloud Connect puts the focus squarely on giving Eclipse Java developers simplicity. Now you can download Eclipse (even 4.3.1) from the portal already tailored for your teams instead of having to start from scratch at Eclipse.org. The updated Cloud Connect portal gives developers the awesome ability to access their Eclipse Java IDE from anywhere, backup established configurations, and share configurations immediately with team members from the cloud.
With Cloud Connect there’s no more need for pesky team wiki pages or passed-around zip files that you hope have the latest configuration stored on them (what a waste of time, BTW). Cloud Connect ensures you have an instant way to roll-out tools and updates to your full team. With easy incremental update abilities users can also make the changes they need locally and synchronize them over the cloud to keep their teams on the same page.
Discover Cloud Connect.
Cloud Connect is social tool that lets you earn credits for sharing how you use it. The more you share, the more access you get to the latest in cloud development tools. Learn how you can take advantage of simplicity and ultimate synchronization for your team’s Eclipse development.
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