Many analysts agree that PaaS will become the dominant platform as the Cloud continues to evolve and open-source solutions appear to be taking the lead and Red Hat has just given that lead a great edge with their introduction of OpenShift. As with most other Paas solutions, OpenShift is built on JBoss. The extra edge is all of the languages supported by OpenShif. They include Python, PHP, Java, Spring, Rails, CDI, Zend Frameworks, Symphony, Java EE just to name a few. The big question becomes, which solution will prevail, Open Source or Licensed?
The Cloud is a moving target with Paas rising to the top as the preferred platform, will Open Source lead the charge?
Whether you're wondering if the title of "developer" should have your name next to it or you've just started on the path to software success, consider this guide your personal README.md file. (And if that reference didn't make sense to you, read on. It will soon, grasshopper.) This software developer resource guide explores just how in-demand developers are and the growing gap of qualified individuals needed, discusses the many benefits and perks of being a developer, and enlightens you on the myriad of …
Learn how a Data Fabric powered by NetApp can help you:
Evaluate hybrid cloud strategies to meet your needs
Address cloud-based data management challenges
Move, manage, and protect data across the hybrid cloud with a Data Fabric