PaaS

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Nov 28th, 2012
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Dave Courbanou / Channelnomics Red Hat expands the OpenShift PaaS Partner Program with new entry-level partner options and the introduction of OpenShift Enterprise for on-premise deployments. With PaaS emerging as a $3 billion battleground, Red Hat is poised to put both open source partners and open source technology at the forefront. Read More...
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Nov 27th, 2012
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/ CRN Rumors have come back to life that VMware will move its Cloud Foundry, GemStone, SpringSource, and other non-core technology to an EMC subsidiary, letting VMware focus on virtualization and cloud management. Read More...
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Nov 19th, 2012
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Dave Courbanou / Channelnomics Gartner predicts the platform-as-a-service market to rise to 1.5 billion by 2013 with an adoption rate that will make PaaS a $2.9 billion market in 2016. With all the signs pointing to rapid cloud adoption, system integrators and solution providers should start building and aligning themselves with vendors that can provide […]...
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Nov 15th, 2012
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/ CRN Oracle will partner with PaaS supplier Engine Yard to leverage its cloud development platform to make its own applications more easily deployable and accessible in the cloud. Read More...
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Aug 31st, 2012
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Dave Courbanou / Channelnomics Oracle is part of a growing list of vendors that are looking to support a new PaaS API standard, which should allow for interoperable cloud and cloud app management. If big-name vendors are looking to standardize the cloud now, what can solution providers learn in adopting their own cloud strategy? Read […]...