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Google and PaaS

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Does Google provide enough resources (Bandwidth, storage, CPU) to run a real PaaS, or is it more of a small engine venture.

If so, What is the default PaaS taht would be used on Google.

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Unfortunately I do not use them as a pass I use the Amazon cloud services; I really cannot tell you much
http://www.rackspace.com/knowledge_center/whitepaper/understanding-the-cloud-computing-stack-saas-paas-iaas
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