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Engine Yard Cloud is a leading cloud application platform, a convenient and easy-to-use portal where web application developers can build, test, and execute their applications.

The Oracle Messaging Cloud Service is a communication backbone delivered as a cloud service that connects any internet-based applications and devices on cloud and on-premise in a flexible, reliable and secure way, ideal for an event-driven service oriented architecture (SOA).
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Engine Yard Cloud is ranked 28th in PaaS Clouds while Oracle Messaging Cloud Service is ranked 30th in PaaS Clouds. Engine Yard Cloud is rated 0.0, while Oracle Messaging Cloud Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Engine Yard Cloud is most compared with , whereas Oracle Messaging Cloud Service is most compared with .

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