Tag Archives: PaaS

In 2019, DevOps is about execution, not cultural assimilation

By | December 31, 2018

2019 marks a decade since the term DevOps first entered the nomenclature and ever since, developers, operations teams and IT executives have struggled to both precisely define it and, more importantly, apply it to their organizations. Like most new ideas, DevOps went through a hype cycle in which evangelists exuberantly touted the concept as the solution to a… Read More »

Azure PaaS: A Closer Look At Microsoft’s Application Platform

By | March 17, 2016

The following article was originally published on Diginomica as Azure Is More Than Cloud Infrastructure: A Look At Microsoft’s Application Platform Despite its seeming maturity and inclusion in the general lexicon, the cloud remains maddeningly hard to define, much less circumscribe. Like its atmospheric analog, cloud services are dynamic, indistinct and ephemeral and although accepted definitions and product categories… Read More »

PaaS Product Survey: Focus on Features and Ecosystem, Not Cost

By | July 1, 2015

A previous version of this article appeared on Tech Target SearchCloudApplications as Comparing features, tiers and pricing of PaaS vendors Cost isn’t the most important factor when evaluating cloud application platforms, but you must understanding the cost models Cloud services are supposed to make things easier for IT, application developers, business buyers and software users and they largely live up… Read More »