Platform as a Service

Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a type of cloud computing service that a suite of platform services in a cloud infrastructure that enables developers to build applications and services into or on that platform with greater speed and scability over the internet. A Platform as a Service would typically include an Operating System (OS), scalable storage, scalable server capacity, virtualization and the runtime environment. The developer only need worry about building their applications and deploying their data.

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