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Engine Yard PaaS Expands To Microsoft Azure
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7/2/2013 | 10:20:44 PM
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Engine Yard captured some of the early enthusiasm for Ruby on Rails and moved it into the cloud. It's no slouch when it comes to competing in the PaaS field. Charlie Babcock, senor writer @ InformationWeek
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7/2/2013 | 9:56:18 PM
re: Engine Yard PaaS Expands To Microsoft Azure
This was the most crisp and concise article written about the partnership between Engine Yard and Windows Azure. It captured the traction Engine Yard has with Amazon, Oracle and now Microsoft while conveying what the partnership means to the development community at large. Nice job.


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