What is Cloud as a Service (Caas)?

Definition of Cloud as a Service (Caas)

Cloud as a Service (CaaS) is the process of acquiring some or all key delivery models of cloud computing. CaaS provides the whole set of cloud computing solutions and offerings as service under one single contract or subscription.

 Brief Description of Cloud as a Service (CaaS)

Typically, cloud as a service (CaaS) aims to provide an entire portfolio of cloud computing solutions and services under one cloud contract. Cloud service providers bundle critical cloud solutions offerings in one contract. The subscriber can opt for one cloud contract than to source IaaS, PaaS, cloud storage, and other cloud services separately. The subscriber is provided with a unified managed cloud that they can use for their applications and services.

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