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?
Mobility is reaching an inflection point in enterprise. Smart enterprises are moving away from tactical point solutions for mobile device management, looking instead for a secure, comprehensive, unified, and future-proof mobile-app platform. Enterprise applications are now at the heart of mobile productivity, data is shared outside the enterprise walls, and the data itself may reside on multiple devices and clouds. Read this guide to learn how a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution is critical to …
As enterprises flock to the cloud, many IT leaders struggle to design an effective migration strategy. Between a decentralized infrastructure and pressure to innovate, many enterprises are struggling with performance issues, soaring management costs, and drifting without a plan to manage their business in a cloud environment.