Why Platform as a Service (PaaS) Will Rule the Cloud

 

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In this analysis, Stratecast provides an overview of the PaaS landscape. We look at the various manifestations of Platform as a Service—public and private, open and proprietary, domain-specific and general. We examine the value of PaaS to developers, and what shapes their choices across PaaS providers, including pricing, functionality, and deployment options. Finally, we consider the future of PaaS.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Defining Platform as a Service (PaaS)
How PaaS Differs from IaaS and SaaS
Blurring Lines
3. Why PaaS Appeals to Developers
4. Why PaaS Appeals to Businesses
Innovation
Agility
Improved Application Quality
5. What does a PaaS Contain?
6. Public versus Private PaaS
7. Proprietary versus Open Source PaaS
8. Choosing a PaaS
Domain
Language Support
Technical Support
Pricing
9. Beyond Application Development PaaS
Jenkins Continuous Delivery PaaS: CloudBees
Integration PaaS (iPaaS) – Scribe Software
10. The Future of PaaS
11. The Last Word


List of Figures & Charts

1. Oracle Cloud Platform Services for Multiple Enterprise Roles
2. CenturyLink AppFog PaaS Functions



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