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August 31, 2015  11:30 AM

What if your mobile cloud app is great, but your company isn’t?

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
Cloud Applications, Mobile Application Development, PaaS

You've poured your heart and soul into a cloud-based mobile application development project. Thanks to APIs, Internet of Things, and the newest breed of development tools it works...

June 26, 2015  12:20 PM

Red Hat’s new OpenShift Dedicated PaaS enters beta phase

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
OpenShift, PaaS

At the Red Hat Summit, in addition to announcing that its OpenShift Enterprise 3 private PaaS is now in wide release, Red Hat took the wraps off of a beta version of OpenShift Dedicated, a...

June 26, 2015  12:01 PM

Red Hat’s OpenShift Enterprise 3 PaaS gets a formal launch

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
OpenShift, PaaS, Red Hat, Web Application devlopment

Stand in any hallway during the Red Hat Summit in Boston this week, and you were likely to hear the c-word. Containers. And the d-word, too. Docker. Those two words seemed to get people more revved up than the energy drinks I saw being consumed everywhere, too. (The p-word, Python, wasn't that far...

June 26, 2015  8:49 AM

Dell, Red Hat team for new PaaS offering

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
Cloud Services, Dell, PaaS, Red Hat

At the Red Summit this week in Boston, I had a chance to do an extended sit-down interview with Jim Ganthier, Dell's vice president and general manager of engineered solutions and cloud. For a guy who works for what we all picture as primarily a hardware company, he had very little to say about...

April 22, 2015  8:03 PM

PaaS comes into its own

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro
AWS, Cloud integration, Cloud platform, PaaS

Jan Stafford, Executive Editor 2015 is—wait for it—the year of platform as a service! Of course, pundits have already given PaaS the keys. But 2015 is when they work. This is largely because

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November 25, 2014  4:42 PM

Without app portability, hybrid clouds don’t deserve the name

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford
Application portability, Docker, Hybrid cloud, PaaS, Public Cloud

Today’s hybrid clouds don’t live up to the name, in Gartner analyst Eric Knipp’s opinion. Without application portability, hybrid clouds are just a collection of remote and in-house applications that have been tailored for each environment and loosely integrated. “When I think of

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