Why PayPal Uses an Internal PaaS

Why PayPal Uses an Internal PaaS


Many companies are turning to Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) in order to build and deploy applications quickly and easily. However, some businesses are hesitant to run on a public infrastructure--due to security, compliance, and cloud vendor lock-in fears--and instead choose to use an internal, on-premise PaaS.

PayPal, the international e-commerce company, is one of these businesses. In this resource, discover how PayPal leverages an internal PaaS to build products faster, with automatic infrastructure resource allocation.

Read now to learn more about why PayPal chose an on-premise PaaS, and if this deployment model is right for your business' cloud and development needs.

Red Hat
31 Mar 2014
20 Jun 2013
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