The cloud computing concept has significantly revolutionized how business applications are built and run. It eliminates the costs and complexity of evaluating, buying, configuring, and maintaining all the hardware and software needed for enterprise applications. Instead, these applications are delivered as a service over the Internet environment. Later phases cloud computing has evolved to include platforms for building and running custom applications, an open concept called “platform as a service” (or PaaS). PaaS applications are highly recommended for its flexibilities at a higher degree like its on-demand, Web-based complied to rail on software as a service (or SaaS) solution models.
Our PaaS (Platform as a Service) is the delivery of a computing platform & solution stack as a service where we facilitate the deployment of applications without adding to the cost, complexity and hurdles of buying and maintaining the underlying hardware, software, provisioning hosting capabilities etc. At the same time, providing all of the facilities required to support the complete life cycle of building and delivering web applications and services entirely available from the Internet.
Our PaaS offerings compliment your application design, application development, testing, deployment and hosting as well as application services like team collaboration, web service integration and marshalling, database integration, security, scalability, storage, persistence, state management, application versioning, application instrumentation and developer community facilitation. These services may be provisioned as an integrated solution over the counter.
We compliment our PaaS solutions railing on Amazon, Microsoft, Google ecosystems making it possible to access new capabilities and new markets through a Web browser for our clients irrespective of their technology dependencies. Our PaaS offers a faster, more cost-effective model for application development and delivery. Our PaaS solutions provide the entire infrastructure needed to run applications over the Internet. It is delivered in the same way as a utility like telecom, electricity or water. Users simply “log in” and take what they need without worrying about the complexity behind the scenes. And like a utility, PaaS is based on a metering, subscription, pay as you go model, hence users only pay for what they use.
With our PaaS solutions, ISVs and corporate IT departments can focus on innovation instead of managing complex IT infrastructure and thereby leveraging the on our PaaS, organizations can redirect a significant portion of their budgets from “keeping the lights on” to creating applications that provide real business value.
What Does It Take to Develop PaaS Apps?
A lot less than it used to. To develop software, you once had to buy databases, servers, networks, and a host of development tools. And then you needed the staff to install, optimize, and maintain it all. With PaaS, you can avoid those investments and focus on developing applications instead.
Choosing the Right On-Demand Platform
Vendors offer different types of PaaS platforms. What type works best for you depends on the types of applications you want to develop, the existing infrastructure, in-house technical skills, and the levels of performance, availability, and security your organization needs.
Management's benefit from PaaS
Many CIOs are now extending SaaS beyond single-point applications for specific needs such as sales enablement or partner relationship management (PRM). They’re taking broader advantage of PaaS by migrating traditional data center operations to less-expensive, Web-centric computing environments.