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Mobile Platform as a Service (PaaS) business OutSystems has launched the latest update to their service. The New OutSystems Platform 9 has concentrated on making development of mobile applications even easier and has added a new hybrid mobile capability.

Jenkins use is on the up with 85,000 live installations worldwide and as a result CloudBees is to ditch its Jenkins Paas offering to concentrate on its core business of updating and supporting the Jenkins Enterprise continuous delivery solution

Mobile platform as a service OutSystems delivers new enhancements to VMware’s support for mobile-cloud applications on its VMware vCloud Air hybrid cloud platform

Enterprise mobile app building platform built.io is one of the first businesses to offer a cloud offering based on VMware vCloud Air allowing businesses to build mobile application clouds that can shift between  hybrid, private, or public.

The successful attempt by VMware to keep ahead of the Iaas and Paas cloud vendors, vCloud Hybrid Service, is getting anunexpected name change.

Productivity platform OutSystems, has been selected as “Platform as a Service (PaaS) of the Year” for 2014. The US-based Stratus Award recognises those companies innovating in cloud computing and providing innovative offerings that are truly differentiated in the market.

New OnLive CloudLift Enterprise solution claims to deliver graphically intensive apps over low bandwidth connections and to a wide range of thin-client and mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones

The acquisition of Modulus allows development platform Progress to simplify the deployment of real-time SaaS, cloud, mobile, social, and big data apps with full PaaS functionality

If you're wavering between Saas, Iaas and Paas then this is for you as we take a look at some of the reasons why Gartner is predicting a steep rise in the future for platform as a service.

IBM’s BlueMix and DevOps gets new services to help cloud developers produce hybrid solutions where access is required to legacy databases behind the corporate firewall .

Progress claims the latest version of Progress Easyl allows both on-premise and cloud data to be easily and quickly integrated, to support BI and other initiatives, without having to make network changes.

Public sector experts and assured cloud services provider Skyscape introduces free data transfer on the Public Services Network, new further price reductions, public sector data storage and collaboration service Syncplicity, and investment in its PaaS offering on the latest iteration of G-cloud. 

CloudBees produces a new solution for businesses struggling with delivering fast agile development solutions and announces new strategic partnerships with Chef and Puppet

LogMeIn acquires Ionia Corporation, as part of a larger strategy to accelerate LogMeIn’s Internet of Things opportunity, and will merge Ionia with its Xively Cloud Services platform to help businesses go to market quickly with their solutions.

IBM has made a slew of cloud-based announcements to help businesses access cloud solutions from IBM and third parties faster and quicker than before, including a new cloud app store, and new developer tools for its BlueMix platform-as-a-service.

Google have announced a plethora of new products and services to their Google Cloud Platform including bringing together their PaaS and IaaS platforms, Managed Virtual Machines for App Engine, real-time Big Data analytics with Google BigQuery, Google Cloud DNS and some heavy price cutting across the board.

Saturday, 11 January 2014 17:00

Predicting the cloud in 2014

Stefan Haase, Product Director at Cloud and IT services provider, InTechnology discusses what’s going to happen to the cloud market in 2014



Paulo Rosado CEO of new-to-the-UK platform as a service business OutSystems, explains what he thinks 2014 will hold and what were the big advances in 2013

Thursday, 30 May 2013 06:56

To PaaS or not to PaaS


Sacha Labourey, CEO of CloudBees looks at the key steps to achieving success with Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)

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