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The future is the cloud

Without CaaS, or IaaS (infrastructure as a service), a company risks falling behind its competitors or becoming obsolete entirely. Big data applications, distributed architectures, multi-cloud containers, microservices, are impossible to orchestrate in real-time without the evolving cloud-as-a-service model.

The Platform

The delivery of CaaS services via the Internet that enables businesses to access, store and share data across multiple locations. Organizations can better control costs and increase efficiency by accessing resources from anywhere, at any time.

CAPEX Reduction

CaaS cloud computing reduces the need for on-premises hardware investments and costly data center construction projects. This long run allows for operating expenses to become nullified.

Resource Flexibility

CaaS provides flexibility for resource allocation, allowing companies to shift their focus away from traditional infrastructure concerns, while providing a seamless and scalable digital experience that can future-proof a company.

Cloud computing: the various flavors of __ as a service


Software-as-a-Service is the delivery of software applications over the Internet and through other network connections. It is an extension of traditional software licensing, in which users are allowed to install software on their own computers or devices. In SaaS, the application is delivered via a hosted computer server that enables access to it by multiple users simultaneously.


With Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) computing, the infrastructure and software are provided by the vendor, allowing customers to focus solely on their applications. Customers deploy applications onto the platform without having to worry about managing servers, operating systems, or other hardware requirements.


Data-as-a-service (DaaS) allows organizations to access data from any source at any time, via the Internet. Data can be accessed through a browser or through an application programming interface (API). DaaS applications are designed to make it easy for users to access and use data in their own way. DaaS can provide data to analytics model in the most direct and optimized way.


Function-as-a-service (FaaS) is a model that allows developers to create and run applications in the cloud without having to manage infrastructure. FaaS enables developers with high volume transaction to focus on building and deploying their applications, while the underlying infrastructure is managed by a third cloud provider. Serverless applications using FaaS take advantage of newer technology and container orchestration systems like Kubernetes.

“The need to provide reliable, always-on business platforms has fueled the need for cloud computing.”

Sue Yanovitch,
VP of Marketing,
IDG Communications, Inc.

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Cloud Management

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Digital Transformation

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A cloud service for every need


  • Google Docs

  • Hubspot

  • Mailchimp

  • Salesforce

  • Dropbox

  • Slack

Function-as-a-Service (FaaS)

  • Amazon AWS Lambda

  • IBM Cloud Functions

  • OpenFaaS

Data-as-a-Service (DaaS)

  • Urban Mapping

  • Xignite

  • D&B hoovers

  • Cockroach DB

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Heroku

  • Windows Azure

  • OpenShift

  • Google App Engine

Storage-as-a-Service (STaaS)

  • Microsoft Azure

  • Box

  • Arcserve

  • Oracle cloud

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)

  • Microsoft Azure

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)

  • DigitalOcean

  • Rackspace

  • Linode

  • Google Compute Engine (GCE)

Additional as-a-services (AaaS)

  • Analytics-as-a-Service

  • Marketing-as-a-Service

$213 Billion

Platform as a service market esteemed at $213.9 billion at CAGR of 18.6% by 2030.

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