Types for Cloud Computing Services

Three basic types can be classified into the broad range of services offered by cloud computing companies:

Platform as a Service (PaaS):

PaaS offers are geared towards software development teams, providing computing and storage infrastructure and also a platform layer for development, with components for various programming languages such as web servers, database management systems, and software development kits (SDKs).

Software as a Service (SaaS):

SaaS providers provide application-level services, such as customer relationship management (CRM), marketing automation, or business analytics, tailored to a wide range of business needs.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS):

In the context of a secure data center, IaaS offers users access to raw computing resources, such as processing power, data storage capacity, and networking.

Acceleration for Cloud Computing Services



One thing is certain, regardless of the kind of cloud computing services you use: large quantities of data will move back and forth over the internet between your end-users and the cloud provider’s data centers.


That’s why we can help your organization have a better cloud experience and reap more significant benefits from your investment in cloud services, regardless of the kind of cloud services you use.


We allow our customers to experience consistently high performance from the IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS services they use by leveraging our global cloud network consisting of large numbers of application acceleration servers in many countries, thereby increasing adoption rates and user productivity. We also offer services for automated content transformation and optimization in support of mobile cloud computing, so your end-users can access the cloud from any device, anywhere, at any time.


Switching to virtual training labs has a number of benefits that affect just about every aspect of the business, from increased user adoption and learner engagement to a more streamlined experience for both the learner and the trainer and lower overall costs. While virtual lab adoption and usage rates are still somewhat low, they have been receiving very positive reviews. Virtual training labs have customer satisfaction rates of 3.9 out of 5. Active learning makes it more likely for learners to gain skills and retain knowledge. For training organizations, using a virtual lab means being able to easily scale training to serve a bigger or global audience without any loss in quality.


Virtual training labs are cloud-based, which provides the flexibility to train learners anywhere in the world, in any time zone, at any time, at any pace. The old-fashioned, in-person training lab may soon become obsolete. No more flying trainers around to different sites. No more complex scheduling so that your teams can spend enough time with the trainer. Virtual training means less money spent and less time wasted. Also, with virtual training labs, you no longer need your IT team to set up a complex training lab. Rather than setting up each individual workstation with the necessary

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