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Why Red Hat needed to buy FeedHenry, and what the deal means to everyone else

Updated Friday with comment from Red Hat on the growth of Red Hat’s core businesses.

Red Hat, a tech vendor that sells operating-system and cloud software for big companies, made a necessary move today. 671 more words


CloudBees ditches its cloud, will help devs send code elsewhere

CloudBees, a startup that made a name for itself as a cloud service for testing and running developers’ applications, will no longer offer a platform for running apps. 254 more words


Why public cloud providers need PaaS and how they can get it

The biggest question that public cloud providers must answer today is how to deploy PaaS as a major component of their cloud services. Multiple options exist.

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cloudControl's Acquisition Of dotCloud PaaS Promises to Bring New Life To Ailing Polygot PaaS Vendor

dotCloud Platform as a Service has been acquired by cloudControl, a German Platform as a Service vendor that is expanding its presence in the U.S. 302 more words

Platform As A Service

Docker sells its dotCloud cloud platform to focus completely on pushing its hip app containers

Docker, the startup known for its open-source container technology for easily moving application code from one server environment to another, has sold off its longstanding revenue stream, the dotCloud platform as a service (PaaS) for building and running applications in the cloud. 718 more words


ActiveState Stackato Enhances Enterprise-Friendly PaaS Functionality With Version 3.4

ActiveState today announced the release of Stackato 3.4, the polyglot platform as a service based on Cloud Foundry. Key features of the release include advanced version control functionality that allows customers to roll-back an infrastructure to a previous version with zero downtime. 277 more words

Platform As A Service

IBM Bluemix

Over the last few weeks I have had many conversations with many partners and clients both big and small, established and startup on the subject of… 461 more words