Cloud platform services, commonly known as Platform as a Service (PaaS), provide cloud components and a framework to certain software while being used mainly for applications within organisations, delivered via the web.

The delivery model of PaaS is similar to SaaS, but instead of delivering the software over the internet, PaaS provides a platform for software creation. This platform is delivered via the web, giving developers the freedom to concentrate on building the software without having to worry about operating systems, software updates, storage, or infrastructure.

PaaS allows organisations to design and build applications that are built into the PaaS with specialist software components. These apps, sometimes called middleware, are scalable and highly available as they take on certain cloud characteristics.

Utilising PaaS is beneficial, sometimes even necessary, in several situations. For example, PaaS can streamline workflows when multiple developers are working on the same development project. If other vendors must be included, PaaS can provide great speed and flexibility to the project delivery process. PaaS is particularly beneficial if you need to create bespoke applications. This cloud service also can greatly reduce costs and it can simplify business challenges that come up if you are rapidly developing or deploying an application within your organisation.

HybrIT are experienced in PaaS delivery and always take a consultative approach when working with our customers including:

  • Advisory Services

  • Proof of Concept Solutions

  • High and Low Level Designs

  • Cross Platform Testing and UAT

  • Design common test platforms (CTP) and open test standard (OTS)

  • Scaled Commercial Prediction Models



PaaS Benefits

  • Simple, cost-effective development and deployment of apps

  • Scalable

  • Highly available

  • Developers can customise apps without the headache of maintaining the software

  • Significant reduction in the amount of coding needed

  • Automation of business policy
    Easy migration to the hybrid model