Posts Tagged ‘SaaS’

Threading the Needle with PaaS-based Policy

After my previous posts on PaaS, JP Morgenthal (Twitter: @jpmorgenthal) and I have had some offline conversations. The discussion resulted in JP putting together the following blog post. He has graciously allowed me to post it here at It should be noted that the issues JP identifies below are largely restricted to public PaaS. Private…
by  \  14 Oct, 2011 \  12:52pm EDT
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Cloud Management: What’s the Big Deal?

Isn’t buying and using cloud supposed to make our lives easier? The simple answer is yes, just like a car makes it easier to get to and from the grocery store quickly and with enough room for groceries for a week.  However, that doesn’t mean that owning and taking care of your car is always…
by  \  9 Feb, 2011 \  9:33pm EDT
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Cover Your SaaS

Gartner recently made the following prediction about the growth of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model for IT solutions: “Worldwide SaaS sales will eclipse $8.5 billion, up 14.1 percent from 2009 sales of $7.5 billion. More telling, this rapid increase in both customers and SaaS vendors means that on-demand applications will make up a larger percentage…
by  \  30 Aug, 2010 \  10:18pm EDT
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