By now, we have all become used to Software as a Service (SaaS), but for many, the idea of platform as a service is still fairly new. PaaS offers enterprise-ready infrastructure, systems, and tools and is the logical next step of SaaS. What can we expect from the future of platform as a service? For one, the requirements to use PaaS has only gotten cheaper and easier.
Although cloud-based operations were once described as ‘gibberish’, Oracle head-honcho Larry Ellison has now presented Oracle’s ‘complete’ Cloud PaaS package, marking their place in the growing Cloud ecosystem.
Why a new cloud-based development tool called Terminal is about to change how we develop, teach, QA and collaborate.
There are plenty of reasons for business decision makers and IT teams to become better integrated, says Mike Piech of Red Hat.
Having just debuted with its first major release, Deis is an open-source micro-PaaS that makes it easier to deploy and manage Dockerised applications.
CloudBees founder and former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey tells us about the ongoing PaaS struggle and what Docker is changing in IT.
Oracle has drastically changed it’s views on cloud based operations over the last few years – from slamming the entire branch of computing to hiring a new Head of Cloud.
Oracle’s CTO took to the stage for a second time to present on the cloud migration system.
This book is all about getting you started, hands-on, with Red Hat OpenShift PaaS. With new content and information on […]
CloudBees CEO explains to JAXenter why they’re letting go of [email protected] and focusing on Jenkins.
Alessandro Perilli talks cloud visions, PaaS debates, and cross-company plotting.
JAXenter talks to Jeff Sussna about the evolution of DevOps, vast and deep lean practices, and what companies could be doing to up their continuous delivery game.
With new Verizon Ventures led cash injection, PaaS provider is well placed to become go-to guys for continuous delivery.
CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains more this new venture, and tells JAX how the cloud is amping up Javas cool factor.