The Birth of a Silo: Another Expensive IT Application Project
Why are Hollywood blockbusters so expensive to produce? They often run $100-million or more to make. The reason is that every movie project is a product; fully conceived and produced from the lines in the script to the distributed prints that get sent out to the movie theater.
We sat down with Sheela Sarva who works with the LongJump Support Team to talk about building applications on LongJump’s Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution, and what are some of the challenges for businesses before they jump in.
Cloud computing portal hoping to be a central resource for user-generated content
The Cloud Computing Portal wants to be the focus of user-generated content on cloud computing. While built using the Qrimp cloud application builder, it is not clear if the portal is from Qrimp or a third party.
GigaOm: The Long Tail of IT
Our CEO, Pankaj Malviya, has been published on GigaOm recently discussing the how IT and PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) solutions can work hand in hand.
LongJump at GigaOm’s Structure 08 Conference
We had a great time sponsoring the GigaOm’s Structure 08 Conference in San Francisco yesterday. It’s very clear that the infrustructure of web products and components is starting to consolidate into ready-to-go solutions from hosting, applications, and (like LongJump) complete enterprise application development plaforms.
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