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Paas - Simple Steps to Win, Insights and Opportunities for Maxing Out Success Gerard Blokdijk

Paas - Simple Steps to Win, Insights and Opportunities for Maxing Out Success

Gerard Blokdijk

Published September 27th 2015
ISBN : 9781488897337
Paperback
174 pages
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The one-stop-source powering PaaS success, jam-packed with ready to use insights for results, loaded with all the data you need to decide how to gain and move ahead. Based on extensive research, this lays out the thinking of the most successful PaaSMoreThe one-stop-source powering PaaS success, jam-packed with ready to use insights for results, loaded with all the data you need to decide how to gain and move ahead. Based on extensive research, this lays out the thinking of the most successful PaaS knowledge experts, those who are adept at continually innovating and seeing opportunities.This is the first place to go for PaaS innovation - INCLUDED are numerous real-world PaaS blueprints, presentations and templates ready for you to access and use.Also, if you are looking for answers to one or more of these questions then THIS is the title for you:Private PaaS or Enterprise PaaS? What is PaaS? Which is the perfect PaaS platform? What are the global top 10 PaaS companies? What are basic differences between IAAS, PAAS and SAAS? As a Java developer which PAAS offering should I consider? What is the difference between PAAS and IAAS? What is currently the best PaaS for PHP apps? PaaS is commodity now. Whats next? How would you compare PaaS with DevOps? What is the Cheapest Paas provider? What is a good PaaS for deploying symfony2 apps? How cant people see PaaS as the real Cloud Computing experience? Are there PaaS for Haskell web apps? What open source PaaS projects exist? How would AWS OpsWorks change the IaaS and PaaS landscape? What are examples of enterpise applications built on a PaaS? Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS): What is NoOps? ...and much more...