Contrast Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk with Salesforce.com

Recently Amazon released Elastic Beanstalk, as reported by Kevin Kell. This is interesting product release from both a technical and business perspective. From a technical perspective, Platform as a Service has many advantages over Infastructure as a Service (IaaS) from zero administration to pay per use. However, PaaS offerings from providers such as Google App […]
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Salesforce.com Strengthens PaaS Offering

In past posts on Platform as a Service (PaaS) I have written about Heroku, a cloud based startup that delivers PaaS for Ruby developers. This month Salesforce.com has acquired Heroku for $212 million in cash. It is interesting to consider how this acquisition fits into the Salesforce.com Cloud Computing strategy. When considering Cloud Computing, Software […]
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SalesForce Announces database.com

This last week has been exciting for anybody using or considering using Cloud Computing. One of the major announcements has been from SalesForce.com. It seems that 2011 will see SalesForce.com not only continue to innovate in the Software as a Service(SaaS) area but will also see them significantly enhance their Platform as a Service (PaaS) […]
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More Than A Million Reasons the Cloud May Be Safe

I am back on the theme of cloud security. Why cloud security again ? Because cloud security raised its head again last week on a consultancy assignment I undertook. My client requires a new business application. This is available as Software as a Service(SaaS), but can also be purchased as a self hosted application. On […]
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