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FCW : April 30, 2014
Paa T to the "Cloud First" mandate, which requires agencies to consider the cloud when example, expects to migrate some of its legacy systems to PaaS to improve data Ga GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED REPORT PLATFORM-AS-A-SERVICE Platform-as-a- ervice continues to mature and grow as vendors add capabilities like better integration to existing applications and support for development in more languages. At the same time, users are becoming more comfortable with the Paa concept and are branching out in how they use it. Here are three advances that experts predict will take o in the next few years: • PaaS capabilities will expand. Paa vendors will add more integration, third-party services, database clusters and runtimes, with the result being a complete custom stack for customers. Paa o erings also will start incorporating configuration management and orchestration tools. • IaaS and PaaS will merge. o some extent, Paa and Infrastructure-as-a- ervice (pay- as-you-go computing infrastructure) have similarities. In the future, Iaa vendors are likely to add Paa -like capabilities. In other cases, Iaa and Paa vendors could merge their operations. his will make it easier for organizations buying Iaa and Paa services. • More will use PaaS to manage mobile environments. Paa and mobility are a good match: It's an e ective way for I organizations to manage mobile applications and an organization-wide B OD framework. It's also a good way to develop, test and deploy mobile- enabled applications. EXPERTS PREDICT: PAAS CONTINUES TO GROW AND CHANGE PAAS BY THE NUMBERS • Wh l aa s cu ly h s w d ly us d f f cl ud c pu , w h Iaa s c d, Paa w ll w h fas s h x fi y a s, 72% f a za s. • Ac ss , h a k f Paa w ll w $1.1 BILLION by 2017. • 30% f a za s ha al ady pl d a Paa s lu , a d 13% pla d s w h h x y a . • F d al p a cl ud sp d w ll s ha $1.7 BILLION FY2014. • 68% f s a s al ady ha s appl ca s h cl ud, a d a c s d . PAAS AND MOBILITY ARE A GOOD MATCH: IT' AN EFFECTIVE WAY FOR IT ORGANIZATION TO MANAGE MOBILE APPLICATION AND AN ORGANIZATION-WIDE BYOD FRAMEWORK.
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