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This article is part of the June 2013, Volume 2, Number 6 issue of Understanding infrastructure and platform as a service
Organizations that have chosen true Platform as a Service have done so because it can deliver production applications for a small fraction of the cost and manpower of doing it themselves -- on-premises or on IaaS, they say. But a PaaS cloud architecture is still encountering enterprise hesitance. Make way for PaaS Part 1: PaaS adoption hindered by cloud washing, market immaturity Part 2: IaaS infringes on acceptance of true PaaS cloud architecture Part 3: Private PaaS eases enterprise governance, cloud security concerns Choose Digital in Miami offers a digital marketplace platform that customers white-label as part of loyalty and affinity programs. When the company was founded three years ago, it evaluated some early PaaS options, and found that CloudBees integrated tightly with its continuous integration tools, including Jenkins test and the GitHub source repository, and enabled the firm to get its products up and running very quickly. “PaaS gave us the flexibility to be very nimble as a team, to prototype quickly -- and to throw stuff away if it didn’t ... Access >>>
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