In April, IBM rolled out a big new machine called IBM PureApplication Systems, a member of the PureSystems technology family.
At the time, I called IBM out for calling it a "PaaS in a Box." It reminded me of Larry Ellison calling Oracle's hardware a "cloud-in-a-box" back in 2010. Well, IBM is continuing its PaaS washing. Krishnan Subramanian just tweeted about a new IBM post that went up today that's titled:"Open 24x7x365: The IBM open PaaS and private cloud platform.
Voxeo Labs, the skunkworks dev team inside telecom empowering Voxeo, has rolled out Ameche, a platform as a service play (PaaS) that is promising apps inside the call. I have to say, I'm very impressed with both the concept and the ... Read Post
Dell has a new platform as a service (PaaS) and it actually makes sense. The service is called Project Fast PaaS, part of the new Dell Cloud Labs, which also includes Project Sputnik, the Linux laptop for developers and Crowbar, the... Read Post