Guest Post A digital agency called Canvas is using Platform as a Service (PaaS) tools for competitive advantage, not just as a way to increase uptime. Here’s how.
Increasingly, developers are looking for ways to build applications easily. They want to focus on the product, and don’t want to worry about the underlying infrastructure — the tedious junk like deploying servers, databases, and operating systems.
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is by far the smallest sector of cloud, but four PaaS CEOs think it’s about to hit the big time.
Guest Post There’s no question that the adoption of PaaS (Platform as a Service) is accelerating. With analysts like Gartner predicting PaaS will increase from “three percent to 43 percent of all enterprises by 2015,” it can no longer be ignored.
Node has for some time been web startups’ favorite flavor of the month, and now it’s becoming more accessible to enterprise-level applications, as well, thanks to the fine folks at Engine Yard.
Editor's Pick Anyone who who follows technology trends has undoubtedly heard the term “cloud service” thrown around a few gazillion times over the past few months. But if you don’t know the difference between terms such as PaaS, IaaS and SaaS, don’t fret — you’re far from alone.
Code-slinging warriors from 17 Silicon Valley startups met for a gridiron foam-dodgeball clash on Sunday. The games, which raised money for charity, were part of the Octocat Dodgeball Invitational and were hosted by code repository company Github.
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Engine Yard has just inked a deal to buy Orchestra, a platform for deploying, scaling and managing applications in the PHP programming language.