Posts Tagged ‘PaaS’

Private or Public Clouds: A Ridiculous Debate

Public or Private? Private or Public? Let me officially call it: The debate over public or private cloud is over. Every (yes, EVERY) enterprise will have more than one type of internal cloud and at least one external cloud in use.  Let me say it again: EVERY one. There are no enterprises left that are…
by  \  3 Jun, 2013 \  2:49pm EST
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ServiceMesh Agility Platform 9.0: Driving Business Agility through Effective Cloud Management

"Leaving aside the proliferating startups in ServiceMesh's sector, Cisco, Dell, VMware and the Big Four enterprise systems management vendors can't lose the battle for cloud management without losing the war – and their lives."  This is what 451 analyst Rachel Chalmers wrote when describing the competition to ServiceMesh’s Agility Platform 9.0, and just one reason…
by  \  4 Mar, 2013 \  6:00am EST
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Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk blazes the PaaS trail, but is the Beanstalk magical?

We heard some exciting news from Amazon on Wednesday: the introduction of their “Elastic Beanstalk” product for EC2. The Elastic Beanstalk is Amazon’s step into the PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) market, having previously focused more in the IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) sector. The announcement also validates the ServiceMesh “Agile IT operating model” message and reflects an accelerating shift to…
by  \  24 Jan, 2011 \  1:00pm EST
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Exploring the Business Value of Agile IT

Agile IT unlocks and enables tremendous business value.  That, plain and simple, is the “why.” In other parts of this site, we have explored the what, the how, and the why of Agile IT. Each of these dimensions is equally fascinating and complex. Agile IT has a dramatic impact on the people, processes, and technology…
by  \  17 May, 2010 \  3:19am EST
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