At jclouds, we've been running our Jenkins continuous integration jobs in CloudBees' DEV@cloud for a while now (CloudBees has a FOSS programme). We also have an active and ever-increasing contributor community, which amongst others means... lots of pull requests.28 September 2012, by Adrian Cole
Over 6 months in the making, and just in time for JavaOne, jclouds 1.5 is formally released. Many of you have been awaiting (or helping build) massive new support for OpenStack based clouds. There's even more, such as our new Jenkins Plugin and command-line utility.16 July 2012, by Adrian Cole
The problem of large result sets is something cloud providers want you to have. For example, what better sign of cloud life is there than Amazon S3 having a trillion objects stored so far. The way most cloud apis deal with listing your million (or even thousand) things is to paginate the response.02 May 2012, by Adrian Cole
We are very near beta, I promise! In the mean time, we just cut a new codebase with a bunch of cool new toys. Here's a few. Thanks to Adam Lowe, we are getting even deeper into OpenStack with more Keystone support than ever. Setup your code to pull org.jclouds.labs/openstack-keystone, and you can do stuff like this.23 March 2012, by Adrian Cole
The jclouds team have been working very hard lately, particularly on a few new apis. We've decided to cage them no longer and cut jclouds 1.5.0-alpha.1. Most notably, we've added the openstack-nova api, and three new providers, all of which discovered via OpenStack Keystone v2.0.