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Why PaaS Is The Future
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jemison288
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jemison288,
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8/21/2013 | 4:50:11 PM
re: Why PaaS Is The Future
Yes, and that raises a good point that I did not spend enough time on above.
jemison288
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jemison288,
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8/21/2013 | 4:49:48 PM
re: Why PaaS Is The Future
Fair point. I'm planning on following up to this, and agreeing with your sentiment here.
ANON1254604478476
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ANON1254604478476,
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4/25/2013 | 7:26:27 AM
re: Why PaaS Is The Future
If we are talking about the future, lets not forget about the inventors of open platform as a service: openplatformasaservice.com
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4/17/2013 | 7:29:42 PM
re: Why PaaS Is The Future
While I appreciate the suggested steps for exploring and evaluaing PaaS vendors, the assertions in the first paragraph seem pretty bold, and lacking in supporting evidence. Really? PaaS is certainly the future because you say so? It will dominate and replace IaaS or SaaS ... why? If my CIO asks me whether I recommend IaaS or PaaS for a particular application, what justification would I give her for PaaS -- especially in these early days?

I am not disagreeing that "companies that fail to consider it will be at a disadvantage" But considering PaaS is a long, long, long way from embracing PaaS as "the future."


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