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Achieving Maximum Resource Efficiency Using PaaS

By dwatson

Next up in our series, this video compares a typical virtualized application stack to PaaS and explains how PaaS improves the operational efficiency of your application infrastructure.

Please share your thoughts and questions. If you have other topics you’d like to see covered let us know in the comments or on twitter.

 

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  1. cobiacommMay 13, 2012

    Excellent video Devon. As you mention, Single tenant, dedicated container PaaS forces a one to many relationship between tenant application and application server nodes. In contrast, a multi-tenant, shared container PaaS offers a many to many relationship between tenant applications and application server nodes. Is there a “Show me the money” difference? You bet, up to 659% better investment performance when deploying in high tenant, multiple service scenarios. Read through the calculation and download the worksheet at http://blog.cobia.net/cobiacomm/2012/05/13/paas-tco-and-paas-roi-multi-tenant-shared-container-paas/

  2. NELAJune 12, 2012

    This is a nice post…Although I went through Azure a no of times, I would have prfrereed this as a starter…Glad you put have put all these information together :)For your next post an example as to how to make choice of right platform in a real life business app would be great… Because even still we face this issue and we are not confident if we made the right choice 🙂

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