AT&T Releases PaaS Software to Help Businesses Launch Own Apps

 AT&T has made a push in cloud technology with the unveiling of it’s platform as a service application software.

PaaS serves as a self sustainable cloud based service tool to help businesses customize, develop and launch their own cloud apps to assist with business related tasks.

AT&T believes PaaS will be extremely useful to companies due to a user friendly interface which allows businesses to create apps without having to deal with daunting coding and in return, improve productivity while saving revenue.

PaaS is based off of LongJump’s cloud technology platform and is integrated with AT&T’s network-based cloud

“AT&T Platform as a Service is like rocket fuel for developing cloud apps,” said Steve Caniano, vice president of hosting and cloud services at AT&T Business Solutions. “This is another step in our commitment to helping businesses deliver cloud-based solutions, and we are unique in our ability to surround the ease of use of Platform as a Service with the flexibility, reliability and security of the AT&T global network.”

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