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Director, OpenShift Strategy at Red Hat. Founder of Rishidot Research, a research community focused on services world. His focus is on Platform Services, Infrastructure and the role of Open Source in the services era. Krish has been writing @ CloudAve from its inception and had also been part of GigaOm Pro Analyst Group. The opinions expressed here are his own and are neither representative of his employer, Red Hat, nor CloudAve, nor its sponsors.

16 responses to “VMWare Disrupts PaaS Space With Cloud Foundry – An Analysis”

  1. PaaS moves on with Cloud Foundry | unreasonablemen
  2. PaaS moves on | Welcome to the Gen-i Blog

    […] For some more coverage of this move check out Krishnan at Cloudave.com http://www.cloudave.com/11714/vmware-disrupts-paas-space-with-cloud-foundry/ […]

  3. VMWare Cloud Foundry – Quick Analysis and Press Pass

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  4. Cloud Foundry Reloaded, Open PaaS « すでにそこにある雲

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  5. Cloud Foundry Shakes Up the PaaS Scene | cloud.md

    […] CloudAve – Cloud Foundry is a brilliant move by VMware and has the potential to completely disrupt the PaaS market giving VMware a big boost. They have done something which Microsoft failed to do with Azure. They have a PaaS ready for enterprise and just out of the box. This announcement is also a big win for open source. […]

  6. Cloud Foundry–A Beautiful Thing for Users, Questions for Vendors

    […] the blogosphere have been very positive – Krish (who has been testing CloudFoundry for some time) loves it, hell even Gartner, not normally quick to jump on latest developments, is positive. I see this […]

  7. Weekly Bites in Cloud Computing – VMWare Cloud Foundry, Apple iCloud? | Cloud Chomp

    […] better recap can be found on CloudAve, where Krishnan rightly points out that Cloud Foundry can be deployed on any cloud, can be a key […]

  8. Enterprise Headlines and Excerpts, 1-15 April 2011

    […] #VMWare Disrupts #PaaS Space With #Cloud Foundry Cloud Foundry is both hosted and available as open source. More interestingly, it can run on your laptop or a single server or 1000s of VMs or, even, hundreds of dedicated servers. Apart from their hosted offering, their open source version can run on any public cloud or private cloud or traditional datacenters. In short, VMware has completely disrupted the PaaS space with this announcement. […]

  9. Max

    I want to see a comparison of Cloud Foundry and dotcloud sometime…

  10. The Main Performance « The Loose Couple's Blog

    […] Cloud Foundry announcement along with some excellent write ups on the topic – including this one from my Cloudave brother, Krish Submaranian and this, quite literally from the horse’s mouth, […]

  11. Right Scale And Zend Announce Portable PHP PaaS

    […] PHP applications in the cloud. In this era of open federated PaaS, pushed into prominence by VMware last week, this is RightScale’s way of jumping into the game. They are doing it with Zend targeting […]

  12. VMWare Disrupts PaaS Space With Cloud Foundry | The Cloud Times

    […] From Cloudave “VMware (previous CloudAve coverage) today announced Cloud Foundry, its Open Platform as a Service product, at a special event in Palo Alto. Cloud Foundry is both hosted and available as open source. More interestingly, it can run on your laptop or a single server or 1000s of VMs or, even, hundreds of dedicated servers. Apart from their hosted offering, their open source version can run on any public cloud or private cloud or traditional datacenters. In short, VMware has completely disrupted the PaaS space with this announcement”. Read the rest of the article here. […]

  13. The Future of Cloud Platforms: Open-Source or Open-Standards? (Part I) « PaaS the Cloud

    […] a recent post entitled VMWare Disrupts PaaS Space with Cloud Foundry – An Analysis, Krishnan Subramanian of CloudAve argues that VMware’s launch of Cloud Foundry open-source […]

  14. PaaS Is The Future Of Cloud Services: Cloud Foundry Supports Scala

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  15. PaaS Is The Future Of Cloud Services: Battle Lines Are Clearly Drawn

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