One of the biggest advantages of PaaS is that enterprises can gain an environment in which to create and deploy new applications without the need to spend time and money building and maintaining an infrastructure that includes servers and databases.
This can lead to faster development and delivery of applications, a huge plus for businesses looking to gain a competitive edge or that need to get products to market quickly.
PaaS includes multiple underlying cloud infrastructure components, including servers, networking equipment, operating systems, storage services, middleware, and databases.
All of these technology offerings are owned, operated, configured, and maintained by the service providers. These fully managed infrastructure services not only relieve the customer of the IT administrative burden, but also present an attractive financial argument for customers. They can avoid having to lay out investments in these foundational IT components that they might not be able to use to the fullest extent possible.
PaaS also includes resources such as development tools, programming languages, libraries, database management systems, and other tools from the cloud provider.
Among the leading PaaS providers are Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Most widely used languages, libraries, containers, and related tools are available on all the major PaaS providers’ clouds.
Amazon and Microsoft in particular offer full sets of cloud-based services including compute, storage, databases, analytics, networking, mobile back-end, developer tools, management tools, and security. In many cases these are fully managed services that complement the PaaS services in these public clouds.
To adapt to modern business requirements, you must determine the best method to provision your digital platform services and the right mix between your own data center environment and outside services.
The customer experience should drive the structuring of an organisation’s digital supply chain. Our PaaS platform services consulting capabilities address the digital transformation of on-premises service provision.
We can also bill you monthly on account rather than via credit card. In addition, we can also provide a breadth of additional support including performance reports, monitoring and configuration management.