Do you think the PaaS market is starting to emerge?

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With Red Hat's public OpenShift PaaS offering last week and the cloud hosting provider company Savvis acquiring AppFod Inc., the PaaS market is starting to heat up. But experts aren't sure if enterprises will jump on the PaaS bandwagon. Do you think the PaaS market is starting to emerge?

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