• Article Series: Cloud and "Lock-in"

    by Richard Seroter on  Jul 01, 2016

    With the fast-pace of cloud changes (new services, providers entering and exiting), cloud lock-in remains a popular refrain. But what does it mean, and how can you ensure you're maximizing your cloud investment while keeping portability in mind?

  • Multi-Cloud Is a Safety Belt for the Speed Freaks

    by Michael Coté on  Jun 24, 2016

    Cloud bursting! On-premises! Hybrid cloud! Off-premises! Multi-cloud! These are phrases author Michael Coté heard over the past 10 years when covering cloud as an analyst, strategist, and now evangelist. Each of them makes logical sense, especially on a big whiteboard with boxes and arrows going to and fro. In recent times, it’s the last - multi-cloud - that he's seen in actual practice the most.

  • Virtual Panel: Adjusting to Development in the Cloud

    by Richard Seroter on  Sep 20, 2013 1

    Developers are steadily building experience with an array of diverse cloud environments. InfoQ spoke with three thoughts leaders about the state of cloud development, recommended tools, anti-patterns, and how to get started. Our panelists were Adron Hall, Magnus Mårtensson, and Andy Piper.

Welcome to the Future, Your PaaS has Arrived

Posted by Lucas Carlson, Adron Hall on  Apr 10, 2012

This Article by Lucas and Adron dives into NoOps, DevOps, and how they relate to PaaS as well as a deeper look at Cloud Foundry. Along the way it also steps into some of the core concepts behind PaaS.

SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer Discusses the Impact of the Cloud on Enterprise IT

Posted by Charles Humble on  Sep 06, 2011

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.

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