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Private Cloud (PaaS): Ownership Has its Benefits

Source: Oracle
Platform-as-a-service Private Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware

To increase efficiency and save money, many companies are setting up centralized, self-service platforms--in effect, private clouds--for internal "customers". Find out how this platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offers increased flexibility and ease of use, and learn about middleware that provides a foundation for private clouds.


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