different areas, they include;
Iaas – Infrastructure as a Service.
that companies can use on a pay-as-you-go basis. An example of this
is Amazon s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
Paas – Platform as a Service
This is the idea that businesses should not be spending effort and cash on putting in and maintaining complex hardware and applications once a specialist will supply those same services on a pay as you go basis.
Multiple customers can share a single application and solely have access to their own knowledge.
Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds
A Hybrid Cloud uses both public and private cloud services.
What are the risks?
Here s a list of various providers
within different categories
There are many more examples of Saas around.
The flagship product of Aepona is the company’s Universal Service Platform which allows service creation and implementation to be carried out within the service network from underlying network resources.
3 – BlueTeach – BlueTeach is a knowledge sharing community in the Cloud, offering a virtual classroom called Eclass. The service features featuring video conferencing tools and whiteboard that allows users to embed graphics and other objects.
4 – Brightpearl – Brightpearl offers end-to-end web based solutions for small and medium businesses featuring a fully integrated accounting, CRM, order and stock management, e-commerce and helpdesk capability.
5 – Cloudmore – Cloudmore’s solution is described as able to provide one-stop provisioning, billing, integrated identity and service level management that enables companies and organizations to smooth and accelerate the transition to the cloud.
Hope this has been helpful.
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