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Understanding Cloud Foundry, its architecture, benefits and how does it compare to Clouds that Inphina is interested in?

Understanding Cloud Foundry, its architecture, benefits and how does it compare to Clouds that Inphina is interested in?

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  • 1. iBAT Session > May 21 2011 > Vikas Hazrati
  • 2. why an open PaaS Lock in challenges open PaaS interoperability limited frameworks Solutionsresource sharing choice of developer frameworks simplicity of deployment choice of infrastructure services choice of clouds
  • 3. developer frameworks
  • 4. infrastructure services
  • 5. cloud friendly
  • 6. open source
  • 7. developer today
  • 8. developer with cloud foundry
  • 9. typical multi node application
  • 10. deployment with vmc
  • 11. apis
  • 12. demo with vmc doc
  • 13. architecture 3 21 5 4
  • 14. details
  • 15. auto scaling – what? 2 LEVELS 
  • 16. PaaS and IaaS PaaS IaaS
  • 17. comparing GAE advantage
  • 18. key takeaways industry standard framework friendly messagingdeployed on any based cloud architecture completely open github based source
  • 19. should Inphina invest in CloudFoundry?