Topic: platform as a service

6 ways platform-as-a-service is giving developers superpowers

We asked developers, CTOs, entrepreneurs and consultants across the country to describe concrete ways in which PaaS has changed their development style. RELATED CONTENT: Three cloud PaaS trends to watch in a serverless world 1. Reducing headcount Rob Reagan, CTO of Text Request At Text Request, we’re able to also reduce headcount using Azure’s PaaS offerings. Without … continue reading

Three cloud PaaS trends to watch in a serverless world

The future may be serverless, but for now, commoditized infrastructure is making platform-as-a-service increasingly attractive for startups, enterprises and developer shops. Led by Amazon and Microsoft, vendors such as Salesforce, Google and Oracle are pitching platforms for every development style, architecture, language and use case. And cloud-native programming is even attractive on-premises: a desire for … continue reading

Guest View: Why developers are struggling with SaaS

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is fast becoming the established way of selling software. Companies as big as Google and Microsoft are focusing on the SaaS model due to the many ways in which it opens up new revenue streams. Many of the biggest software IPOs to have in the last few years have been SaaS-related. However, there … continue reading

20 ways to build up your Azure deployment

Despite playing catch-up to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure has quickly become a contender with its powerful Platform-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings. With constant innovations around usability, open source and cross-platform compatibility, infrastructure management and evolving software development paradigms for new devices and applications, it can be hard to get your bearings within the vast platform. … continue reading

PaaS gets a new lease on life

Derek Collison’s first cloud platform might have sterling credentials, but he now calls it a tarnished effort. “I see the writing on the wall. A couple years ago, I started saying PaaS is dead. I’m arguing that Cloud Foundry has not been able to keep up. At KubeCon [Google’s conference for the Kubernetes container orchestration … continue reading

Infographic: Back-end services explained

The Web is ever changing, and with it so are the back-end technologies used to power Web applications. With the rise of mobile enterprise application platforms, mobile back ends as services and now microservices, it can be confusing what these terms mean and how they should be used. Appcelerator has created a “family tree” infographic … continue reading

PaaSLane shifts emphasis from cloud migration to app modernization

Cloud Technology Partners is shifting its emphasis from migrating applications to the cloud to making them cloud-ready through modernization, culminating in today’s release of version 2.5 of its PaaSLane application platform. “Companies are moving the simplest, least important apps [to the cloud] to see how they can make the cloud work for them,” said Ben … continue reading

The most popular open-source cloud projects of 2014

When it comes to open-source cloud projects, OpenStack is on top, according to a survey conducted by the Linux Foundation and analysis organization The New Stack. While the open-source software for building private and public clouds is only 4 years old, the results aren’t too surprising. The project has received support from leading industry giants … continue reading

Kony combines MADP, MBaaS and PaaS into one platform

Kony wants to speed up mobile app development with the latest release of MobileFabric, its app development solution that combines a mobile application development platform (MADP), Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS), API management and Platform-as-a-Service infrastructure. “Today our customers have to make difficult choices on which different technology platform to pick that supports their requirements,” said Burley … continue reading

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