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Charles Babcock
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Red Hat Closing In On $2 Billion In Its Fourth Quarter

Red Hat finishes 2015 on a strong financial note, with OpenShift 3.1 positioned as its next-generation cloud application development platform.

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Charlie Babcock
Charlie Babcock,
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12/28/2015 | 4:34:01 PM
Platform as a Service didn't get absorbed by Amazon, or anyone else
At one time, it was assumed that the cloud infrastructure that people use would also serve as a development platform. IaaS and PaaS would simply merge into one thing. The Red Hat OpenShift and Cloud Foundry examples show something different: each is a development platform that can be used to build applications to run in multiple clouds. Or, PaaS remains distinct and one PaaS can work for many IaaS. 
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