An App Delivery Platform-as-a-Service is not only a development platform. It is also a social platform, a deployment platform, and a user engagement platform. An App Delivery Platform-asa-Service is all about delivering apps that perfectly fit the business, it’s about creating business value, it’s about enabling the business to be successful!
In this article, William Vambenepe takes a look at PaaS as an enabler; especially in the enterprise; that will afford business advantages in terms of cost, time to market and choice of tools. He suggests that the paradigm shift from machine-centric design to PaaS is a big leap in application design, that will enable application developers to always use the right tool for the job.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a delivery of a computing platform over the web. PaaS enables agility, and provides a low cost alternative to buying and managing complex software and/or hardware. InfoQ had a chance to conduct a virtual panel to explore the world of PaaS, the different flavors that it comes in, its relevance in the enterprise and get a sense for the future of PaaS ecosystem.
This article reviews and compares 6 leading vendors of Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions for Java developers, together with 3 up and coming vendors mentioned at the end of the article. 16
Enterprise shared services, offers different operational control capabilities around ownership, funding and operations. In this article, as we explore the differences between ESS and cloud services. 3
Imagine if architects had to be the janitor for every building they designed. This is how the development team felt prior to moving to Windows Azure. 2
SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer, discusses the impact of mobile devices, HTML 5 and cloud-computing on enterprise IT generally, and SpringSource's Cloud Foundary product.
In this IEEE article, author Sixto Ortiz Jr. discusses the issues and challenges in cloud computing standardization. He also compares the cloud-computing standards proposed by various organizations. 2
Interview with Rob Linton, author of “Amazon Web Services: Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application”
A new " Amazon Web Services : Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application " book by Rob Linton covers a lot of topics around Amazon Web Services and migrating applications to Amazon Web Services.
In this IEEE article, authors Bernd Grobauer, Tobias Walloschek and Elmar Stöcker discuss the cloud computing security and cloud-specific vulnerabilities.
From its inception Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been a source of dissension among enterprise, solution and application architects. Now cloud computing is changing the conversation. 2
This article describes how interoperable clouds can be created, today, through the integration of open standards such as the Open Cloud Compute Interface, the Open Virtualisation Format and CDMI. 3