Posts Tagged: PaaS

PLATFORM & INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE: CREATING NEW EFFICIENCIES

This post is an excerpt from our recent report, “Platform & Infrastructure as a Service: Creating New Efficiencies.” To download the full report, click here. The report is part of a three-part series, where GovLoop will highlight the power of the Oracle cloud and explore how Oracle is helping government agencies transform the way they deliver services. With… Read more »

The Great Cloud Migration

When it comes to cloud systems, government agencies tend to be more risk averse than those in the private sector. The move to the cloud can be especially difficult for less adaptable staffs. Fortunately, there are many great examples of agencies in government taking the risk to migrate to cloud services. At the conclusion of… Read more »

What is Platform-as-a-Service?

If your agency isn’t currently deploying Platform-as-a-Service, it’s a safe bet it will be soon. That’s because PaaS is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 41 percent through 2016, according to Market Monitor. The civil side of the federal government expects to spend $643 million on PaaS next year. The investment represents… Read more »

5 Critical Cloud Questions Customers Need Answered

This article was posted on Washington Technology on Friday, March 25th. Written by Van Ristau, CTO, DLT Solutions. Cloud computing vendors working with government agencies are seeing a wide range of knowledge among customers and their ability to make informed choices. This is understandable given the explosion of new services and products that have been… Read more »

Since you put it that way… Making sense of making a decision about the cloud.

In my opinion, the cloud provides the most cost effective, innovative, efficient, reliable and secure method of providing specific core IT services to business and organizations. Most people out there, or at least those people in IT, already know about the cloud, and most of us have our own thoughts and perceptions about what it… Read more »