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Bringing Depth to PaaS for Real-World Deployments

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The Cloudcast (.net) #76 - Bringing Depth to PaaS for Real-World Deployments (31:59)

Date: March 1, 2013

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Brian talks with Sinclair Schuller (@sschuller), CEO/Founder at Apprenda, about the challenges and realities of migrating applications to a PaaS for Windows and Java environments. They get in-depth about PaaS operations at the application and infrastructure layers. They also talk about Hybrid Clouds and real-world deployment models at JP Morgan Chase.


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Topic 1 - We spent alot of time in 2012 talking to various PaaS vendors (Apprenda, RedHat, VMware, various CloudFoundry PaaS providers). Lots of high-level stuff. Let’s talk about a real-world scenario for PaaS.

Topic 2 - Apprenda announced v4.0, which included support for Hybrid Cloud. Let’s talk about Hybrid Cloud and the types of scenarios you here business asking for this capability.

Topic 3 - Let’s talk about the State of PaaS in the marketplace (polyglot vs. alternative architectures), customers vs. competition, etc.

 

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