PaaS - Platform as a Service

What is PaaS?
PaaS stands for Platform as a Service and it also known as Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS). It provides a public or private computing platform which typically includes an operating system, database, programming language execution environment, and web server.

What type of business requires a PaaS?
A platform-based service is ideal for businesses that develop, run, and manage applications and want to avoid dealing with the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure typically associated with developing and launching such applications.

Private PaaS

A PaaS can be delivered as a private service (software or appliance) behind a firewall and only accessible to your company or a restricted private connection encrypted and secured by VPN technology.

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Public PaaS

A PaaS can be delivered as a publicly accessible service such as web-based applications, portals, web sites, web-mail, CRM, CMS, Groupware and so forth. Our firewall and intrusion detection protects your public system from malicious activity and policy violations.

What we offer

We offer application hosting and a deployment environment, along with a range of integrated services. We complement our services with various levels of support, scalability and maintenance. Developers can write an application and upload it to a PaaS that supports their software language of choice, and the application runs on that PaaS.

Data Centres

Our network and servers are located in Telehouse North (London Docklands) and City Lifeline (London City). We specifically selected these two datacentres as they are best in class. Telehouse North has been the primary home of the London Internet Exchange since 1994 and is one of the most heavily connected data centres in the world.

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