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The Best of the Week (May 23): Cloud Zone

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The Best of the Week (May 23): Cloud Zone

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See why enterprise app developers love Cloud Foundry. Download the 2018 User Survey for a snapshot of Cloud Foundry users’ deployments and productivity.

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (May 23 to May 29). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Getting Past Heartbleed: What Happens Next

The discovery of the Heartbleed vulnerability was one of the most impactful events in recent security history. Although roughly 51,000 software vulnerabilities were reported to NIST in the last decade, few have had the broad impact of Heartbleed.

2. What You Can Learn From Cloud Security Conversations

Security is a critical conversation for every business using the cloud, we at CloudPassage know that full well. But how has the conversation of cloud and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) security evolved over time? Where has the emphasis for cloud and SaaS security turned in the past three quarters?

3. 16 Ingredients of a Successful SaaS Company

The degrees of complexity in building “Pure” Multi-Tenant SaaS application will vary from one domain to another for Example: Building a SaaS Application targeted to HealthCare industry is completely different from SaaS based education or collaboration platform.

4. The Cloudcast #145 - OpenStack at VMware

Eric Wright and Kenneth Hui talk to Dan Wendlandt, about Vmware's involvement within the OpenStack community, his experience as Quantum PTL, the integration of ESX/vCenter and NSX into OpenStack projects, and his experience with customers looking at both VMware and OpenStack.

5. OpenStack and Cloud Foundry

Cloud Foundry seems like a contentious issue in the OpenStack camp with "it's not OpenStack" being the main theme of discussion when discussing PaaS. Should PaaS be fully integrated with one specific IaaS or should there be a clear separation between IaaS and PaaS?

Cloud Foundry saves app developers $100K and 10 weeks on average per development cycle. Download the 2018 User Survey for a snapshot of Cloud Foundry users’ deployments and productivity. Find out what people love about the industry standard cloud application platform.

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