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Red Hat revealed the roadmap for their PaaS OpenShift, detailing some innovative plans to garner more enterprise plaudits. Find more within…
JBoss’s Mark Little: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”
From JAX 2012 in Mainz, Diana Kupfer talks with JBoss technical leader Mark Little about the state of Enterprise Java and the new PaaS solution from Red Hat, OpenShift. His conclusion: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”