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Cloud and PaaS?
We have more than a decade in Cloud
Why SIDGS Managed Cloud Services?
SIDGS is committed to delivering enterprise-grade technology, with family-style service. Our team of Solution engineers, administrators are experts in their field, specifically qualified to manage cloud servers. SIDGS provides a personal level of service to all its customers and exclusive solutions that are tailored to every individual client. SID Global Solutions cloud experts can manage your cloud servers, including firewalls, load balancers and other technical components, saving you time and money.
Services we provide as part of Cloud Services:
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): This service provides the infrastructure like Servers, Operating Systems, Virtual Machines, Networks, and Storage on rent basis.Eg: Amazon Web Service, Microsoft Azure
- Platform as a Service (PaaS): This service is used in developing, testing and maintaining of software. PaaS is same as IaaS but also provides additional tools like DBMS and BI service.Eg: Apprenda, Red Hat OpenShift
- Software as a Service (SaaS): This service makes the users connect to the applications through the Internet on a subscription basis.Eg: Google Applications, Salesforce
We turn great ideas into a BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCE
Our integrated design team turns your ideas into awesome experiences and products that your customers will fall in love with. Our expertise has come from years of working with different companies and clients across the world, which has given us useful insights and ideas on how things work. When we promise the best, we deliver the best.
What can we offer you?
We have more than a decade in PaaS
Platform as a service, typically referred to as PaaS, is a cloud-based service that delivers a range of developer tools and deployment capabilities. Companies use PaaS solutions to build, deploy, and maintain applications.
Platform as a service (PaaS) is a category of cloud computing services that provides a computing platform with a subset of software systems.
Clients of PaaS create their own software using the software tools delivered by the cloud services vendor. PaaS is a cloud computing service designed to give the client maximum control over software development and platform management.
In summary, PaaS is for clients who want to facilitate applications without the complexity and cost of buying, managing and maintaining the underlying hardware architecture and software needed for a powerful computing platform. PaaS typically includes an operating system, a programming language execution environment, a web server and a database. Examples of PaaS that you may have heard of include Heroku, Force.com and Google App Engine.
Why Platform as a Service is important
PaaS is designed for companies who have either an application or a set of applications and wants to deploy those applications over the cloud. In this situation, a PaaS provider with computer programming compatibility is the best solution. This gives you the following opportunities:
- Reduce your setup costs
- Maintain control over your architecture
- Increase the speed of your application deployment
- Generate productivity and innovation
- Easily deploy a scalable service
Using Docker with Kubernetes
As previously mentioned, Docker and Kubernetes work at different levels. Under the hood, Kubernetes can integrate with the Docker engine to coordinate the scheduling and execution of Docker containers on Kubelets. The Docker engine itself is responsible for running the actual container image built by running ‘docker build’. Higher level concepts such as service-discovery, load balancing and network policies are handled by Kubernetes as well.
When used together, both Docker and Kubernetes are great tools for developing a modern cloud architecture, but they are fundamentally different at their core. It is important to understand the high-level differences between the technologies when building your stack.