Cloud Computing

Cloud computing, is the delivery of on-demand computing resources such as applications, hardware, and data centers network over the internet on a pay-for-use basis. PSSNET provides cloud services in the following models:

Elastic resources — Scale up or down quickly and easily to meet demand
Metered service — Only pay for what you use
Self service — All the IT resources you need with self-service access

Software as a service (Saas)

Cloud-based applications — or software as a service (SaaS) — run on remote computers (in the cloud) that are owned and operated by PSSNET and that connect to your organizational users’ computers via the internet and, usually, a web browser.  With SaaS, we provide:

  • Quick signup and start using innovative business apps
  • Apps and data are accessible from any Internet enabled computer
  • No data is lost if your computer crashes, as your data is stored in the cloud
  • Service is dynamically scalable to usage needs

Platform as a service (PaaS)

Provides a cloud-based environment such as hardware, software, provisioning, hosting platform required to support the complete lifecycle of building and delivering web-based (cloud) applications without the cost and complexity of buying and managing these underlying equipment.  With PaaS, you can:

  • Develop applications and deploy them faster
  • Deploy new web applications to the cloud quickly
  • Reduce complexity with middleware as a service

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

Provides companies with computing resources including servers, networking, storage, and data center space on a pay-per-use basis.  There are some benefits of IaaS, including:

  • Zero investment in your own hardware
  • On demand scaling of infrastructure support dynamic workloads
  • Flexible, innovative services available

Public clouds

With public cloud services, you avoid the need to purchase hardware, software, or supporting infrastructure, which is owned and managed by PSSNET. Innovative SaaS business apps for applications ranging from customer resource management (CRM) to financial management systems such as QuickBooks.

Private cloud

This is an infrastructure operated for single organization, and cab be hosted either internally or externally. Private clouds can take advantage of cloud’s efficiencies, while providing more control of resources and avoid multi-tenancy issues.

Hybrid cloud

Taking advantages of private cloud privatization but at the same time uses the public Internet for public implementation such as IaaS, SaaS, etc…