A Serious Flaw of PaaS

September 2, 2013
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PaaS (Platfrom as a Service) is a marketing term for a sandboxed environment where applications can be deployed. The sandbox usually includes a lot of 3rd party software, which can be used by the application. Notable (java-related) PaaS’s include GoogleAppEngine, Heroku, OpenShift, CloudBees, CloudFoundry, Jelastic. It all sounds very nice – you configure your application […]


All That Cloud: Amazon, Google App Engine, Windows Azure, Heroku, Jelastic

July 30, 2012

You wanna be in the cloud? You have plenty of options. I’ve evaluated or used many of them, so here are a few words about each. (I will include some Java-related comments, as I’m using Java, but most of the things apply to all (supported) languages). But before I go into a bit more details […]