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LongJump Introduces Enterprise-Grade Platform-As-A-Service

LongJump, a leading Application Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider, unveiled a new release of its platform with features and functionality aimed specifically to meet requirements of corporate enterprises.

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PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) Featured Discussion on TechCrunchIT

LongJump CEO Pankaj Malviya wrote an article on the “Seven Key Requirements Corporate IT Needs from PaaS” for TechCrunchIT and it was featured today. In it, Pankaj discusses how cloud computing initiatives are gaining momentum with businesses of all sizes, particularly with enterprises that are looking to adopt the right solutions to address their ongoing business [...]

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Developer Suite in The News

The release of our Developer Suite received some great feedback from the media. Our standards-based approach, leveraging a Java-based development environment complete with a plug-in to the Eclipse IDE (Integrated Development Environment), means developers can use their existing skill set and without having to learn new code and thus build apps faster.

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LongJump Releases Standards-Based Developer Suite

Rapidly Design, Develop and Deploy Custom Enterprise Applications, Lower Development Costs and Accelerate Time-to-Value

Sunnyvale, CA, Monday, September 22, 2008 – LongJump, a leading Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider, today unveiled its LongJump Development Suite for developers eager to exploit the business opportunities and advantages of Internet-based application development and delivery. LongJump’s developer suite reflects the growing interest in cloud computing, which Gartner named one of the top ten strategic technologies for 2008, noting that web platforms are emerging to provide service-based access to infrastructure services, information, applications, and business processes through cloud computing environments. Merrill Lynch predicts that within the next five years, the annual global market for cloud computing will swell to $95 billion.

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Why Do We Need Platform-as-a-Service?

As noted in an earlier blog post below, we were at the Office 2.0 Conference, where LongJump CEO, Pankaj Malviya, participated in a panel discussion along with representatives from Salesforce and Zoho.

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