• PaaS offers some relief for HCM software integration woes

    Find out how Platform as a Service (PaaS) can make it easier to connect cloud-based talent management applications to legacy HCM software.

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  • Three ways to bridge the gap between IaaS and PaaS

    Evolution from IaaS to PaaS seems like a no-brainer as the benefits of cloud platforms becomes clear. However, there's no one way to skin a cat, and finding the best path to PaaS means sifting through three possible options.

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  • Amazon’s data flow PaaS: AppStream and Kinesis

    Learn why AppStream and Kinesis are different kinds of data flow services.

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  • Assessing IaaS, PaaS and SaaS security issues and risks

    Video: Leading cloud security expert Rich Mogull introduces IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS, and the security risks you can expect with each.

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  • If IT had a hammer: Choosing among IaaS, PaaS and SaaS

    Enterprises tend to use the latest technology to solve all of its IT problems. But if your apps are nails, is IaaS, PaaS or SaaS really the hammer?

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  • Google fills the gap between IaaS and PaaS

    Google wants to merge the worlds of IaaS and PaaS to create a single continuum of services for customers. It's likely a sign of things to come from all the major public cloud vendors as they look to cover their bases in the maturing market.

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  • Does your development team use the PaaS model for SaaS development projects?

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  • What’s the biggest challenge Pivotal faces in the PaaS market?

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  • Are PaaS providers more likely to succeed?

    Cloud providers struggling in the IaaS market may have no other choice than to morph into PaaS providers and focus on more advanced cloud services.

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  • ‘There’s some truth’ to Pivotal PaaS criticism

    DevOps pioneer Andrew Clay Shafer, recently hired by Pivotal, says the PaaS provider has some work to do to get its various business units on the same page. He also discusses the hype and reality of DevOps, big data and containers like Docker.

    Trevor Jones75 pointsBadges:

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