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12 Feb 2016
Chris_Riley
Zend Server is the most comprehensive release automation, APM, and extension management tool I’ve found that supports PHP applications.
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30 Jul 2013
Peteris Krumins
I recently had the opportunity to try Snapp, an elastic cloud Platform-as-a-Service for .NET applications. It's the first PaaS that includes a configurable staging and production environments for .NET applications.
8 Aug 2013
Pradeep_Prabhu
DevOp ROI relies on combining best practices with the right tools. Tooling enables practices, and vice versa. The CloudMunch platform makes it happen.