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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.

6 responses to “PaaS Is The Future Of Cloud Services: Battle Lines Are Clearly Drawn”

  1. Open Source PaaS – Solving the Lock-in Problem in Cloud Computing « Cloudy Times

    […] the recent trends in the enterprise PaaS space. He distinguishes three models of service delivery: the Heroku Model, the Amazon Model, and the Federated PaaS Model. The Heroku Model is a closed monolithic platform, the Amazon Model is a closed modular platform, […]

  2. Open Source PaaS – Solving the Hold-up Problem in Cloud Computing « Cloudy Times

    […] the recent trends in the enterprise PaaS space. He distinguishes three models of service delivery: the Heroku Model, the Amazon Model, and the Federated PaaS Model. The Heroku Model is a closed monolithic platform, the Amazon Model is a closed modular platform, […]

  3. On the Battle Lines of PaaS–The Future is Bifurcated

    […] Future is Bifurcated By Ben Kepes Friend and one-time colleague Krishnan Subramanian posted recently his view of the different ways PaaS products can be differentiated. Very briefly, Krish […]

  4. Paas: What are we really fighting over? « Fractastical

    […] Krishnan Subramanian and Ben Kepes have just delivered a needed update on the state of cloud warfare, focusing especially on recent moves by Heroku (where I was earlier today). Krish of CloudAve breaks down the contenders into three main groups: Traditional (Heroku) Server like a repository. You push. Everything just works. Packaged (Amazon). Push, but exposed IaaS layer. Federated (VMWare). Network of clouds, customization in side. […]

  5. Open Source PaaS – Solving the Hold-up Problem in Cloud Computing |

    […] the recent trends in the enterprise PaaS space. He distinguishes three models of service delivery: the Heroku Model, the Amazon Model, and the Federated PaaS Model. The Heroku Model is a closed monolithic platform, the Amazon Model is a closed modular platform, […]

  6. Heroku Supports Clojure

    […] for Clojure is available in the Cedar Stack which was announced in early June. It uses a new process model with support for background […]