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25th
out of 31 in PaaS Clouds
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20th
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AT&T Platform as a Service provides a complete development environment to build custom applications and bring them online more quickly than ever. Once launched, the service makes it easy to run, access and manage the applications and databases you create. As an AT&T Cloud Service, AT&T Platform as a Service also allows you to do all this at a low cost – while still providing the scale, performance or capacity you need.

SUSE Cloud Application Platform is a software platform for cloud-native application development, based on Cloud Foundry, with additional supporting services and components. The core of the platform is SUSE Cloud Foundry, a Cloud Foundry distribution for Kubernetes which runs on SUSE Linux Enterprise containers.

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Golden Flake Snack Foods Inc., Dunn Tire, Road America, Committee on Arrangements
Day & Zimmermann, Cisco, CEMEX, L.B. Foster, Adient, Istanbul Technical University, 7Pixel, University of Maine System, Guerbet
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Computer Software Company28%
Comms Service Provider28%
Government13%
Retailer5%
Find out what your peers are saying about Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle and others in PaaS Clouds. Updated: March 2021.
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AT&T Platform as a Service is ranked 25th in PaaS Clouds while SUSE Cloud Application Platform is ranked 20th in PaaS Clouds. AT&T Platform as a Service is rated 0.0, while SUSE Cloud Application Platform is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AT&T Platform as a Service is most compared with Amazon AWS, whereas SUSE Cloud Application Platform is most compared with OpenShift, Amazon AWS, VMware Tanzu Application Service and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

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