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6 responses to “Is PaaS Tech Still Around? Maybe Containers Will Kill it or Bring it?”

  1. Hein Bloed


    1. Adron

      I’m not sure what “Jelastic?” means. That does seem to be an interesting juxtoposition somewhere between the PaaS spaces and IaaS. I’ll admit I’d not even heard it discussed until you mentioned it in the pseudo question you’ve posed. I’ll look more into it and keep an eye on it to see what comes of it. Thanks.

  2. Hugh Mellow


    1. Adron

      I referred to Cloud Foundry in the article. They are part of the question. I’m not sure what you’re asking. Could you elaborate?

  3. Mark Kropf (@MarkKropf)

    Server Sprawl –> VM Sprawl –> Container Sprawl? I’m sure many traditional sys admins will love a bigger problem to manage.

    1. Adron

      I guess it depends on the poison they choose eh? 🙂