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Steve Herrod

A Year of Open PaaS: More Clouds, More Code, More Community and More for Cloud Foundry

April 11, 2012
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A Year of Open PaaS: More Clouds, More Code, More Community and More for Cloud Foundry

A year has passed since VMware launched Cloud FoundryTM , a major milestone in our mission to “Simplify IT”.  We are focusing on simplifying application creation, deployment, and operations via an approach we call open platform as a service, or “ Open PaaS ” – an approach that gives developers choice as to where they deploy and run their applications. Cloud Foundry debuted on April 12th 2011 as an open source project and has since garnered broad industry support, providing developers with a choice of frameworks, application services and multi-cloud deployment options. Cloud Foundry lets developers focus their energy on building applications while infrastructure is transparently delivered as a service. We are celebrating Cloud Foundry’s first birthday today...

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Steve Herrod

Preserving Multi-Cloud Choice and Flexibility with Cloud Foundry “Open PaaS”

January 26, 2012
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Preserving Multi-Cloud Choice and Flexibility with Cloud Foundry “Open PaaS”

It has been nine months since we launched Cloud FoundryTM   – the industry’s first open platform as a service (aka PaaS).  Cloud Foundry debuted with both the CloudFoundry.com service and as an open source project via CloudFoundry.org and we have seen a rich ecosystem of technology providers and service providers emerge around Cloud Foundry.  Offering a choice of clouds, developer frameworks and application services, Cloud Foundry makes it faster and easier to build, deploy and scale applications.   We have made great progress on delivering developers a choice of frameworks and application services and now want to highlight the choice of both public and private clouds Cloud Foundry provides today.   Multi-Cloud – “Write Once, Cloud Anywhere”...

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