- Developer Tools
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) promises to trim development and deployment time from months and years to days and weeks, which has given rise to several hosted PaaS offerings. But while the promise of PaaS is intriguing, many enterprises are demanding PaaS capabilities on their own terms. They want a PaaS behind their own firewall to enable a secure cloud — a private PaaS.
Can implementing a private PaaS solve concerns over security and privacy of data? Does private PaaS provide automatic upgrades and elasticity? Can you develop in multiple languages? Is it possible to migrate existing apps to the cloud easily with a private PaaS?
This webcast discusses:
- The landscape and drivers for private PaaS
- Issues for enterprises moving development resources to the cloud
- How a private PaaS differs from a public PaaS
- How to avoid vendor lock-in
- What to consider when implementing and deploying a private PaaS
About the speakers
John Burke, Principal Research Analyst, Nemertes Research
John Burke is a Principal Research Analyst with Nemertes Research, where he advises key enterprise and vendor clients, conducts and analyzes primary research, and writes thought-leadership pieces across a wide variety of topics. John leads research on virtual enterprise, focusing primarily on the virtual and mobile desktop, Application Delivery Optimization (ADO), and management and orchestration tools for the virtualized data center and the cloud.
Bart Copeland, President & CEO, ActiveState Software
As President & CEO of ActiveState Software, Bart Copeland brings more than twenty years of management, finance, and technology business experience to his role. With a passion for technologies that help people lead more productive and enjoyable lives, Bart is currently focused on ActiveState’s private platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering, Stackato.
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