Coding in the Cloud – Powerful In-Development Cloud Tools Every Programmer Should Know About

Cloud deployment tools. On-demand micro-services. Security scanning for Amazon Cloud Services (AWS). Staying up-to-date on all the cloud #devops tools is like playing a never-ending game of whack-a-mole. Just when you think you have a handle on all the cool tools at your disposal, another proliferation of cloud resources launch and you’re head-down into research mode again. If you’re a developer hoping to be the first to test new cloud technology tools, monitoring in-development startups is a great way to go. Review the following roundup of powerful beta cloud resources to see which ones you’ll be signing up for:


Currently accepting beta access requests, Brinkbit lets developers build, test, and ship HTML5 games in the cloud. Code from wherever you are, export your creations to mobile/desktop/web, and distribute your games to iTunes, Google Play, Steam, and Brinkbit’s own game store. Offering everything from analytics to IAP and licensing tools, Brinkbit just might be the hot new programming tool you’ve been looking for.


Also currently in development, deepstreamHub will allow developers to access’s functionality in the cloud. Features include real-time data syncing and storing, load-balanced RPC, top-level security for authentications and permissions, and multi-channel integrations from third party apps including Slack, Github, and Google Documents.


Now in public beta testing, CloudSploit offers continuous security scanning for AWS users. Offering both free and paid accounts, CloudSploit features include on-demand security scanning, background scans, infrastructure audit logs to ensure compliance, and unlimited AWS/user accounts. If you’re building upon the AWS cloud, CloudSploit should be on your must-investigate list.

Staying up-to-date on the latest in-development cloud tools for programmers is a fabulous way to keep your finger on the pulse of the exploding cloud technologies sector. Entrepreneurs are developing everything from IaaS tools to DRaas interfaces. The sooner you know about these up-and-coming resources, the sooner you can beta test them or incorporate them into the services you offer. Will you be checking out any of the above-listed tools for your developer’s toolbox?


Beta registration is open for AI — a free, server management SaaS platform developed by SingleHop. Devops pros don’t always have the time or resources to monitor, patch and manage their cloud-based applications and operating systems. While there are plenty of RMM tools that deliver individual pieces, AI brings together comprehensive server management in one platform. Better yet, it allows users to import servers from any environment, including major public cloud providers.

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