PaaS-ing the savings on to you

PaaS-ing the savings on to you

PaaS has the ability to dramatically reduce costs and inefficiencies in IT implementations. From reducing wasteful overhead to enabling agile delivery to easing infrastructure upgrades, PaaS represents a sea-change in the way IT...

PaaS-ing software around the world

PaaS-ing software around the world

In the year 2016, software is a global phenomenon. Putting our software in the hands of a worldwide audience is a critical component for success

You shall not PaaS!

You shall not PaaS!

The implementation of any connected database or computer system must consider security, first and foremost, and PaaS can be a big help

How PaaS can head off disaster

How PaaS can head off disaster

PaaS's business continuity and disaster recovery features make it a valuable option for maintaining uptime

Where there's smoke, there's PaaS

Where there's smoke, there's PaaS

PaaS's wide range of acceptance shows that it's matured to the point where it's an unavoidable part of the future of development

Be your own Heroku

Heroku is one of the oldest PaaS services on the market today, and feature-wise, it can stand toe to toe with the big three: Microsoft, Amazon, and Google

Amazon can't be PaaS-ed

Amazon can't be PaaS-ed

With the largest portion of the cloud market share, Amazon Web Services is the obvious leader in public cloud services

Google PaaS-es in the App Engine

Google PaaS-es in the App Engine

Google remains true to form and makes a powerful statement with its PaaS entry: Google App Engine

Making a PaaS at Microsoft

Making a PaaS at Microsoft

Now that you're excited about the opportunities that Platforms-as-a-Service can create, it's a question of where to start.

What's a PaaS?

What's a PaaS?

With spending on Platform-as-a-Service expected to exceed $20 billion in this decade, Web developers need to get a firm understanding of the technology

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