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Three Questions with PaaS Vendor CumuLogic

This installment of the "three questions" is with CumuLogic's founder Rajesh Ramchandani. CumuLogic was started by Sun veterans who had been working with Java for a long time, and naturally their market focus is Java. Compare with AppHarbor's take whom I asked the same questions earlier this month. Here is Rajesh: 1: Who should and…

Three Questions with PaaS Vendor AppHarbor

The Platform-as-a-Service market is still in its infancy; however, just like developer platforms such as Win32 or LAMP in the past, it will only gain in importance. I thought it would be helpful to collect perspectives from some of the leading PaaS companies, by asking them some key questions about the state of the market…

Four Competing Visions of PaaS Evolution

I spent some time recently trying to understand how platform-as-a-service efforts might evolve from here. The OpenStack Design Summit this past week, and the Talk Cloudy To Me event of the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Group on Saturday were particularly helpful. I figure I might as well blog what I found... which is four competing…