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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.

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Tips for Building Your First Application on LongJump PaaS

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.

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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.

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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.

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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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