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Programming for Paas,9781449334901

Programming for Paas

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9781449334901

ISBN10:
1449334903
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/22/2013
Publisher(s):
Oreilly & Associates Inc
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Summary

As a web application developer, you've had only a few options in the past 20 years: shared web hosting (easy but slow and unreliable) or dedicated web hosting (hard and unreliable). Platform as a service (PaaS) not only gives you a new option, it offers the best of both worlds as an easy, fast, reliable, and scalable solution. Among other advantages, this book will give you: An explanation of the confusion between core cloud technology vs cloud-powered apps like Gmail, Dropbox, etc Real life PaaS case studies A lesson of the tradeoffs between portable and non-portable PaaS systems Code examples of app changes An overview of mobile apps on PaaS


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