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For those investigating connected business solutions for their own organizations use, understanding the two major reasons the PaaS market is taking off — thanks to IoT — is important. First, the same dynamics that potentially make IoT PaaS killer app are also dynamics that play critical roles in enterprise deployment. Second, understanding why these platforms are so successful in the IoT space helps organizations evaluate vendors on the basis of how well they perform in those areas.

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This historically reduced adoption relative to other cloud models begs the questions of why service providers are investing so heavily in PaaS for IoT, and why is it the case that were seeing established players such as Microsoft and Amazon moving forward with anIoT PaaS solutionfirst while newer vendors like Xively (since acquired by LogMeIn) are developing the PaaS environment as the starting point? Moreover, why is it that many of the innovative use cases were seeing emerge in the connected business realm are leveraging PaaS under the hood rather than on-premises models or, indeed, a turnkey SaaS model?

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Thanks to IoT, PaaSmarket expansionis inevitable due to very specific reasons. These areas are important for organizations to understand as they represent considerations to take into account when considering new connected business applications. Even if an organization makes the determination that a PaaS isnt the right approach for its particular situation — for example because of cultural, security,legacy equipmentor other reasons — each of these considerations still have a bearing on the planning for those applications. They also should be systematically addressed for any effort beyond the early experimentation/prototyping phase.

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That said, the requirement for rapid and seamless scalability would seem to be served by anycloud model; so why then is PaaS specifically seeing the uptick? At work is another factor that specifically favors PaaS:customizability. As we all know, every organization is different — with variability in specific goals, methods of operation, expected outcomes for its connected business application and different business processes. These will vary in each and every situation. This variability makes it challenging both for service providers to build — and for vendors to purchase — a turnkey or off-the-shelfIoT solution. A PaaS instead allows organizations to customize. Since theunderlying protocolsdevices use to communicate (e.g.,MQTTXMPPor CoAP) are lightweight and flexible, nearly any device or set of devices can be woven together in an almost infinite combination of ways. Its almost like Lego bricks, snapping together in ways that can be orchestrated by a customer to accomplish the specific task or tasks that the business requires. Under thePaaSmodel, the expectation from the get-go is that users will customize. The provider gives and organizes the tools it needs to build and customize rather than trying to be everything for everybody.

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It should be no surprise, then, that were seeing an influx of innovation in the IoT service market as providers move to cement positions in this potentially highly lucrative marketspace. Despite movement and growth across the board, there are some areas that are growing more quickly than others. One such area in IoT:PaaS markets. Companies such as LogMeIn with its Xively platform, Amazons AWS IoT and MicrosoftsAzure IoTSuite are all positioning themselves for enterprise customer adoption. Specifically, these services work by providing a set of core services, for example, a device registry, security and authorization services, message brokering and APIs to tie messages from sensors or devices tobusiness applications.

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First and foremost,scalabilityis a huge driving force. Now,scalabilityis a word thrown around in IT circles and has been for decades, but it means something a little different in a connected business or industrial application setting. For example, the overall number of individual devices in this context has the potential to be quite large — larger than any data center, application deployment or indeed anything that most shops have encountered to date. Its true that there are large-scale systems and networks in other contexts, but for IoT its a bit more complicated than even just the raw numbers. Its also about rapid and dynamic expansion, meaning that usage needs to scale up quickly in elastic fashion, first from pilot use cases to production, and then again as usage expands and new capabilities are added. This needs be done in a way that doesnt impact the services currently being provided. As you might imagine, the cloud is perfect for this as the cloud is all about rapid expansion, streamlined provisioning and pay as you go.

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With IoT, PaaS market expands due to three major factors

Theinternet of thingson the whole is on the rise:Analysis from IDCsuggests that the global population of devices will reach 212 billion by 2020 and that the market size by that point will be around $8.9 trillion. To put that into perspective, this means that theIoT marketin a few short years will exceed thecurrent IT services marketplaceby roughly an order of magnitude. If that sounds impressive to you, youre not alone; companies are betting — and theyre betting big — on the future revenues this market might bring in the years ahead.

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The core services a business needs to ensure its application operates effectively — features such as unique identification andauthenticationof individual devices — are ones that are absolutely necessary for the service to function; but they also can be cumbersome and time-consuming for an organization to implement on its own. Like all things, they require maintenance and ongoing support. In the context of a PaaS offering, theyre plumbing. This allows the organization to focus on the specific business challenges they are trying to solve rather than the mechanics of setting up and maintaining specialized message brokering services, security services, and so forth.

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Those familiar with cloud adoption generally already know that PaaS adoption has historically been light compared to other models. The annualFuture of Cloud Computingsurvey from North Bridge, for example,pegged overall SaaS revenuesin 2015 at $2.3 billion. While that may sound high at first, viewing that figure relative toSaaS($53 billion) andIaaS($25 billion) markets illustrates that the PaaS market, while successful, is certainly the smaller brother of the three.

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