Cloud infrastructure services, known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), are self-service models for accessing, monitoring, and managing remote data center infrastructures, such as compute (virtualized or bare metal), storage, networking, and networking services (e.g. firewalls). Instead of having to purchase the hardware outright, users can purchase IaaS based on consumption, similar to electricity or other utility billing. All major cloud providers such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure provide options for you to build a public or private or hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Containers as a service (CaaS) is a form of container-based virtualization in which container engines, orchestration, and the underlying computing resources are delivered to users as a service from a cloud provider. Public cloud providers including Google, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Azure, all have some type of CaaS offering. For example, AWS has its Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS and Fargate) isn’t it ‘Google has GKE’? CaaS providers can use a variety of orchestration platforms, including Google Kubernetes, Docker Machine, Docker Swarm, Apache Mesos, the fleet from CoreOS, and nova-docker for OpenStack users.
Cloud platform services, or Platform as a Service (PaaS), are used for applications, and other development, while providing cloud components to software. What developers gain with PaaS is a framework they can build upon to develop or customize applications. PaaS makes the development, testing, and deployment of applications quick, simple, and cost-effective. With this technology, enterprise operations, or a third-party provider, can manage OSes, virtualization, servers, storage, networking, and the PaaS software itself. Developers, however, manage the applications. Heroku, CloudFoundry, OpenStack is some of our platform expertise.
Function as a Service (FaaS) is often contrasted with PaaS in that it allows software development and frees the user from managing – or even considering – the underlying operating system. But it is different. The user-developed functions are designed to start quickly and run multiple instances, if necessary. The user does not see and is not billed for, a program listening for requests to run the functions. FaaS is referred to as a “serverless architecture” – the server is invisible, but still there, of course. AWS Lambda is the premier FaaS model from Amazon Web Services.
Cloud application services, or Software as a Service (SaaS), represent the largest cloud market and are still growing quickly. SaaS uses the web to deliver applications that are managed by a third-party vendor and whose interface is accessed on the clients’ side. Most SaaS applications can be run directly from a web browser without any downloads or installations required, although some require plugins. Our expertise is to use IaaS, PaaS, CaaS, and FaaS to build your SaaS.
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