IPTP as a Service provider can offer you a wide range of different services. Sometimes you may need one particular service or even a part of it, but sometimes you may need a whole set of different services and products in one place and time. That is why we are offering you Everything-as-a-service or XaaS. XaaS is a cloud computing term for practising a cloud-first policy by adopting cloud-based technologies instead of on-premise solutions. The objective of XaaS is to reduce, as much as possible, the human capital and capital expenditures from IT required to maintain on-premise, hosted applications. Even though the whole XaaS model started from the basic idea of Software as a service (SaaS) now it is much more than that:
Infrastructure as a service
Classically IaaS is identified as one of the layers of cloud computing alongside Platform as a service and Software as a service. Let‘s say that you need to store data, but you don‘t want to spend a huge amount of resources on hosting and maintaining self-owned network equipment and servers. This is where you will want to use an IaaS model – you can just rent computing resources and pay only for used capacities. Basically, it can be said that Infrastructure as a service is an outsourcing instrument. The one downside is that consumers still own the costs of managing the configuration and management of the servers from the operating system through application tiers.
Platform as a service
Platform as a service (PaaS) is a concept that describes a computing platform that is rented or delivered as an integrated solution, solution stack or service through an Internet connection. Typically, PaaS facilitates deployment of applications, application development, testing, and also supports the building, testing and hosting of Web applications. PaaS enables IT to develop, test, deploy, host, and also update from a single streamlined environment. The consumer only manages their data and applications, which substantially reduces configuration, operations, and maintenance costs for the consumer.
Software as a service
SaaS is used in a number of common business areas, including customer relationship management (CRM), document management, accounting, human resource (HR) management, service desk management, content management and collaboration. When compared to IaaS and PaaS hosted applications, SaaS requires minimum software development and operational support. Consumers need not worry about the hardware, software, configuration, and patching because the service provider manages it all. As a consumer of SaaS offerings, consumers typically only purchase licenses for their employees.
Metal as a service
MaaS or Bare-metal cloud is a conveniently manageable hosting delivered by IPTP Networks via IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) model. This IaaS model is the best for high-performance computing (HPC), big data projects and many other fields of application combining both could hosting and bare-metal servers at the same time. It appears as a completely dedicated server in a cloud model.
Managed software as a service
Managed software is different from simple software as a service. While SaaS provides companies with software that they can use over the cloud (with all of the attendant benefits), managed services go a step further and often offer additional support by taking care of both networking and hardware requirements. The best and biggest benefit of purchasing managed software as a service is that you‘re receiving all of the benefits of SaaS plus additional maintenance, upgrades, and integration of software to create better workflows.
Security as a service
Purchasing security as a service provides your company high-level security on an outsourcing subscription basis – the most common example of SECaaS is the purchase and use of antivirus soft over the Internet. Security as service solutions has become increasingly popular for corporate infrastructures as a way to ease the in-house security team’s responsibilities, scale security needs as the business grows, and avoid the costs and maintenance of on-premise alternatives.
Desktop as a service
Desktop as a service helps your company to deploy virtual desktop infrastructure which is hosted on a cloud you will be able to use it on any of your devices. DaaS is considered as a convenient and attractive solution for those who appreciate a maximum level of security, simplicity in use without purchasing software for IT to maintain. DaaS benefits can include easier patch management and software updates, faster migrations, quicker new user provisioning, better disaster planning and recovery, and improved application and data security.
Managed video as a service
MVaaS is a system architecture that enables video services allowing easy management of a large number of video recorders — it’s good for video surveillance integration as well as organizing secure multi-point videoconferences between geographically distributed offices. At the classic network architecture, each user is responsible for its own database hosting. At MVaaS architecture, the database is managed by IPTP Networks as the video monitoring provider. The customer interacts with the database, and with their video recorders, using a website also managed by the video monitoring provider. MVaaS is strongly recommended for those who are looking for solutions that require secure video communication, low-bandwidth and interoperability across multiple platforms/users around the globe.
Mobile backend as a service
Similar to other cloud-computing business models the Mobile backend as a service provides application developers with a way to link their applications with backend cloud storage and features such as user management, push notifications, and many more! Service providers a form of a bridge between the application frontend and various cloud-based backends, we can provide a direct connection to more than 2500 cloud providers around the world.
Network as a service
Network as a service (NaaS) describes services for network transport connectivity and allow users to get direct access to network infrastructure. It uses the virtualized network infrastructure & provides users & customers with network services in an optimised and secured manner. Service models vary from simple VPN to Bandwidth on demand (BoD) — where link rates can be dynamically adapted to the traffic demands of the nodes connected to the link, and sophisticated mobile network virtualization capacity utilisation for MNVO’s. We maintain & manage network resources by decreasing the workload for our customers and delivering superior customer experience and increasing their competitive edge.