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PaaS means faster time to market and more agile software for enterprises.
Our own David Gewirtz introduces a model that is able to provide IT organizations with the ability to quickly see which of their applications would best fit SaaS (software-as-a-service), PaaS (platform-as-a-service), or IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service).
Two more parts of Software AG's platform-as-a-service suite are now available, along with the latest, scalable version of its webMethods integration software.
Software AG has taken its LongJump acquisition and formed a platform-as-a-service suite. The problem is the parts don't all come together until 2014 and the field is crowded.
Software AG bolsters its cloud lineup with the acquisition of Long Jump. The plan is to integrate it throughout the company's product lines.
Red Hat has released two software updates to advance enterprise on-premise cloud architectures: another preview version of its OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) distribution with new support for "Folsom" and an incarnation of its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for on premise use
The PaaS market is ready to join the cloud party with Software as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service, says Gartner. But what exactly is PaaS?
The joint partnership to offer platform-as-a-service targets Asia's independent software vendors looking to add cloud-based functionalities to their existing and future applications.
In part 4 of this series on PaaS & ERP, we learn how software buyers' shopping will evolve. We also examine how ecosystems permit hockey stick growth within software firms.
ERP software and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) are on a collision course. This is part one a 5-piece series on the evolving ERP/PaaS space. Who's ecosystem will reign supreme?
Derek Collison, former CTO and Chief Software Architect of VMware's Cloud Applications Platforms, and lead developer of the VMware initiated open Cloud Foundry PaaS, plans to launch his own commercial version of Cloud Foundry in the next six months.
Salesforce.com, creator of the archetypal proprietary cloud platform, today seized the initiative and redrew the entire PaaS landscape around open-source software stacks.
Combining platform as a service (PaaS) with a built-in ability to integrate and manage hybrid cloud deployments, TIBCO Software today threw its hat in the cloud computing ring by taking its middleware and Java development and deployment platforms to new heights.Coinciding with the JavaOne conference and coming on the heels of other PaaS announcements this week, TIBCO debuted TIBCO Silver via an online virtual conference.
LongJump won't be alone in seeking the holy grail of a truely open, portable, extensible and neutral cloud PaaS approach, but they have my attention. We'll need to keep an eye on Salesforce, TIBCO Software, IBM, and Oracle/Sun on the topic.
In a move that will horrify multi-tenancy purists but bring a smile to the face of many conventional ISVs desperate to launch SaaS offerings of their own, PaaS provider LongJump has today made its platform available as installable licensed software.
Utility pricing charged by PaaS providers really starts to put the spotlight on the prices charged by SaaS vendors for all classes of applications. Vendors are going to have a tough time justfying the value they add when the pricing deltas are this wide.
Salesforce.com's Tour de Force roadshow is traveling around the world to present the company's platform as a service (PaaS) strategy, which it calls Force.com. According to Marc Benioff, Salesforce.com's ebullient CEO, the company's long-term vision for PaaS represents nothing less a sea change for software development.Also listen to my podcast interview with Steve Cakebread, President and Chief Strategy Officer of Salesforce.com. Steve comments on his company's strategy, discusses on-premises software, and presents Salesforce.com's vision for mobile devices.
Microsoft is getting into the platform as a service (PaaS) market, and doing so in a rather major, though stealthy way. It’s no secret that the company’s Software+Services strategy has a lot of PaaS capabilities, but putting together information from announcements and briefings at this week’s Dynamics Convergence conference, as well as a previous Office developer’s conference, reveals what looks like a very strong and impressive set of initiatives.
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