Beyond statistics and market forecasts, we witness an increased demand from our clients for developing cloud-native apps or migrating legacy services into the cloud. We are skilled and prepared to take on cloud projects of any complexity and, as we’ve done for our existing customers, we help you enjoy the benefits of the cloud in business agility, flexibility and cost savings.

Infrastructure As a Service (IaaS)

IaaS is the lowest level of cloud solution and refers to cloud-based computing infrastructure as a fully outsourced service. An IaaS provider will deliver pre-installed and configured hardware or software through a virtualized interface. What the customers accessing the cloud services do with the service is up to them. Examples of IaaS offerings are managed hosting and development environments.

Platform As a Service (PaaS)

This type of cloud computing is similar to IaaS, but is more advanced. With PaaS, apart from simply providing infrastructure, providers also offer a computing platform and solution stack as a service. The IT infrastructure may come with a graphic user interface, run-time system libraries, programming languages or an operating system.

Software As a Service (SaaS)

When talking about cloud services, most people think of Software as a Service (SaaS) providers. SaaS providers provide a fully functionally web-based applications on demand to customers. The applications are mainly targeted at business users and can include web conferencing, ERP, CRM, email, time management, project tracking among others.

Recovery As a Service (RaaS)

According to a Gartner report, 30 percent of midsize companies will have adopted cloud recovery service by 2014. Recovery as a Service (RaaS) solutions help companies to replace their backup, archiving, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions in a single, integrated platform. RaaS providers protect and can help companies recover entire data centers, servers (OS, applications, configuration and data), and data (files and databases). RaaS helps businesses to reduce the impact of downtime when disasters happen. RaaS is also referred to as DRaaS ( Disaster Recovery as a Service).