Servoy, a leader in hybrid platform development, is teaming with PINS, a leading provider in delivering online business solutions to SMBs, including web hosting, application hosting and Software as a Service (SaaS) to provide a combined Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering.
The PaaS offering is a single stack that covers the full line of technology that any ISV needs to publish products as SaaS. The stack covers everything from development to infrastructure and allows ISVs to greatly reduce complexity of their SaaS environments.
PINS manages the infrastructure part of the offering – the core of this combined cloud computing offering. ISVs can also successfully offer their SaaS applications by using PINS HyperGrid™. PINS HyperGrid™, based on VMware, is a hosting platform in the real meaning of the term ‘on demand’. It meets the highest demands that are made these days with regard to availability, connectivity, security and scalable infrastructure. Customers of PINS are amongst others Alfa Romeo, Coca-Cola, Corus and Fitness First.
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Verio Inc., the leading provider in delivering online business solutions to SMBs worldwide, including web hosting, application hosting and Software as a Service (SaaS) and Servoy, a leader in hybrid platform development, have announced a Servoy Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering enabled with Verio infrastucture. The PaaS offering is a single stack that covers the full line of technology that any ISV needs to publish products as SaaS. The stack covers everything from development to infrastructure and allows ISVs to greatly reduce complexity of their SaaS environments.
Since 1988, Softwear has supplied automated systems for the wholesale and retail trade in fashion, sports and footwear industries — from lingerie to jeans to tennis shoes, covering everything from the initial studio to final checkout. Hundreds of wholesalers, as well as franchise and smaller independent retailers, now work with the Softwear Package, consisting of several modules that provide each store, importer or wholesaler with a customizable solution. Softwear’s solutions, reflected in its products and services, are innovative and easy-to-use.
The program for OCLC’s first Regional Council Meeting in Europe, Middle East and Africa has been announced.
In the Opening Session entitled “Cloud Computing, what is it and what are its impacts for libraries”, the Keynote will be given by Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and a distinguished global thought leader on Cloud Computing. As secretary of EuroCloud (www.eurocloud.org), he has been a disruptive technology visionary at the forefront of the cloud revolution in computing. He is also a published author and commentator as well as guest and keynote speaker at many conferences worldwide. The meeting opens on 24 February 2010 in Leiden, Netherlands and takes place over two days.
Computerworld features an interview with Jan Aleman, CEO Servoy in today’s online edition on software licensing. A select quote: “One way to avoid the shelfware problem is to opt for software as a service,” says Jan Aleman, CEO of IDE vendor Servoy.
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Servoy today announced the fifth generation of its award-winning hybrid SaaS platform, Servoy 5.0 — the platform that simplifies SaaS. Servoy 5.0 further extends the functionality of Servoy’s development and deployment platform, allowing “SaaS and Back” hybrid applications — which can be deployed as SaaS and on-premises through both a browser and a native client — all from a single code base.
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Servoy has become a partner with EuroCloud – Europe’s FIRST EVER SaaS and cloud services community.
EuroCloud serves to:
Build a pan European network organized in two tiers with a national level (France, Espagna, England, Belgique, etc.) and a European level. The national level focuses on local topics and the European level on European topics, under the EuroCloud brand (or another if appropriate in a national setting).
Build relationships with the European authorities (Commission and Parliament) to help recognize the Cloud Computing industry as the future of IT in Europe and to promote a stimulating environment for development and growth of the industry.
Promote business relationships between members throughout Europe and internationally with counterparts such as SIIA.
Promote technological relationships between members throughout Europe and internationally.
In addition, several leading analysts have commented on the importance of this initiative:
“Cloud computing is more than just a buzz phrase. It is here to stay and is expected to take an increasing share of total IT spending worldwide. The creation of EuroCloud is a major step for the European development of cloud computing. For example, it will find investment opportunities in start-up companies in Europe that develop solutions for hybrid cloud, which is expected to experience increased demand over the coming years.” – Dan Yachin, research director, IDC EMEA Emerging Technologies.
“The adoption of SaaS continues to grow and evolve within the enterprise application markets. Tighter capital budgets in the current economic environment have demanded leaner alternatives, and cost-effective options, so interest in platforms as a service and cloud computing continue to grow. As evidence, adoption of the on-demand deployment model has grown for nearly a decade, but its popularity has increased significantly within the last five years. Initial concerns about security response time and service availability have diminished for many organisations. As SaaS business and computing models have matured, adoption has become more widespread.” – Sharon Mertz, research director at Gartner.
New Servoy Success Story posted – Kenwood Solutions Group
Kenwood Solutions Group designs, develops, and implements customized software solutions for medium and large enterprises. KSG has proven successful in delivering their solutions from Fortune 1000 corporations to large government contracts — including FOX, BET, Lifetime, PBS, HSN, Amtrak and CalTrans.
“Servoy is simple and brilliant — it didn’t require a PhD in Servoy and their team worked with us to get going. We went from conception to production in less than two months — normally, it would have taken us a year.”
— Xav Dubois, CEO Kenwood Solutions Group
Software Magazine published a new product announcement on Servoy 5.0. Here is an excerpt from the article:
“Servoy 5.0 from Servoy allows for the development of “SaaS and Back” hybrid applications, all from a single code base. The hybrid applications can be deployed as Software as a Service (SaaS) or on-premises through a browser and a native client.”
Software Magazine is the leading IT software journal focused on pointing CIOs, IT managers, IT staff and surrounding professionals to the product and service options available to help them address their business challenges.