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List of Large Enterprises that Left Lotus Notes

We recently posted a blog “5 Reasons why customers are leaving Lotus Notes?” which attracted an overwhelming large number of visitors and page views. And not just that, lots of people commented on this post. So, we dug deeper and found that most of the comments came from either IBM employees who are connected to […]

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Supply-side Long tail will explode the SaaS Market further!

That SaaS Market is on a high growth curve, is not a revelation. Forrester Research has pegged the SaaS market to grow by 25% in 2013 to $59 Billion. And by 2014, the market will be $75 Billion. SaaS based CRM and HCM is already on a high growth path for Enterprises and SMBs, with […]

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07 Feb Posted by in Cloud Biz Talk, Cloud Tech Talk | Comments Off

Ok, let me say it – Generic PaaS is not disruptive!

Change. Continuous change is what we have witnessed, since Computing began way back in 1960s, we have had many transformational waves on how the Software is built, deployed and accessed; From the COBOL & mainframes to Client-Server & PCs, to the web, to multi-tier and the whole 9 yards of how code was written, arranged, […]

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14 Jan Posted by in Cloud Biz Talk, Cloud Tech Talk | Comments Off

Amidst the Developer noise, PaaS signals for growth

PaaS market is clamoring with noise. “Platform as a Service” is surrounded with blind men around the elephant, each with meaning of PaaS to one’s own. This is further compounded by the fact that the Application Platforms landscape is changing quickly as well. We keep hearing that “Developers” want control of the code, access to […]

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Power PaaS & Enterprise PaaS at CloudSlam 2012 – San Francisco

CloudSlam 2012 San Francisco was an interesting experience for us sponsoring a cloud conference in bay area.  We learnt a bunch of new stuff , met new people from other companies operating in and around the platform as a service (PaaS) space, spent lot of effort creating localized collateral,  met visitors and some converted to […]

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Visual PaaS : If Data is King, then, Logic is Queen!

Or, should this title be If Data is Queen, then, Logic is King – Queen (data) being the protected – in Object Oriented terms! Jokes apart, in the last post, I talked about the importance of Data Structure, i.e. data model and now you can understand why it is logical and important to talk about Business […]

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Data Model – hero of your story, sorry, Project!

This post is an elaboration of one of the features of Visual PaaS – i.e. data model designer. See here for the full list of features. Visual PaaS (meta-data PaaS) is purpose built for developing business applications like Order Management, CRM, Dealer Management Systems, Claims Processing – type applications. In such applications, the success of […]

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OrangeScape Visual PaaS – Features

This post summaries all the high level features/capabilities of OrangeScape Visual PaaS. This post will also serve as a table-of-contents, as I elaborate each of the points below into a detailed posts over next few weeks. Visual PaaS is also referred as meta-data PaaS platform by Garnter in this report What is your PaaS Style? […]

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Cloud Conversations – Podcast: Krishnan talks to Suresh

Cloud Conversations is a series of interviews and podcasts with the key players of the Cloud ecosystem in India. Initiated by CloudStory.in, it brings together interactions with the thought leaders from the Service Providers, ISVs, Solution Providers, SaaS Product companies, VCs and Startups. In the above episode, Krishnan Subramanian talks to Suresh Sambandam, CEO of OrangeScape. […]

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05 Mar Posted by in Cloud Biz Talk, Cloud Tech Talk | Comments Off

PaaS for Enterprises is more than DevOps!

This is Part 2 in my series of post on the topic of PaaS (Platform as a Service) and in this post I have covered why PaaS for enterprises is more than just DevOps and a larger “technology convergence” in the core “Software Engineering” area is leading this perfect storm called PaaS. The 1st part is: […]

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