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December 31, 2018  11:00 PM

Parsing the Iaas and PaaS divide for microservices

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford
IaaS, Microservices, PaaS

By Alan Earls Infrastructure as a services (IaaS) and platform as a services (PaaS) are both potential deployment paths for microservices. But there are big differences, and picking the right path for your project or organization involves a range of tradeoffs. The problem with PaaS is that it...

June 3, 2016  6:13 PM

Why the election should have you thinking about aPaaS

Fred Churchville Fred Churchville Profile: Fred Churchville
aPaaS, Application development, PaaS

There's an idea consistently being trumpeted on both sides of the election fence this year: shaking up the old established ways of politics and making a change. Whether or not you think that idea is scary, and unless poll numbers lie, you have to admit that people like it. So here's an idea,...

June 1, 2016  4:10 PM

Today’s developers need low-code tools…and maybe a new suit

Fred Churchville Fred Churchville Profile: Fred Churchville
Agile software development, Application development, PaaS

Low-code tools may be a developer's best friend, according to experienced coders-turned-entrepreneurs in the field. Mark Roemers, founder of the pharmaceutical-centric SCM applications and hardware provider AntTail, successfully used new, low-code tools to help him get his company off the ground,...

November 11, 2014  8:35 PM

JBoss middleware and OpenShift unite with xPaaS offerings

Maxine Giza Maxine Giza Profile: Maxine Giza
cloud, JBoss, middleware, OpenShift, PaaS, Red Hat

Integrating applications deployed in traditional enterprises or data centers with those in the cloud is a common headache enterprise architects face. Red...

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