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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?
The hunger for IIoT-enabled solutions is driving companies to seek out reliable, secure IIoT platforms that can handle industrial-grade IoT capabilities. What features and capabilities should companies expect in an IIoT platform?
Until now, developing an IIoT solution has required the costly, time-intensive effort of platform building, as developers create technology stacks from scratch to handle the hardware, firmware, software, edge computing, analytics, business systems integration, and more.
Making Digital transformation real is a tough challenge for most businesses. A successful strategy is to start with a data platform that simplifies data collection, consolidation, protection and preservation which further drives insights, and services at scale. Laura Dubois, Group Vice President of Storage, Servers, and Infrastructure at IDC joins us to discuss why organizations should be prioritizing the data platform as they embark on their digital transformation journey.
In this webinar you will learn …