Blog entry by Marlon Balden
The Paas Business Model method
The Paas business model ensures that clients have a steady stream of subscription revenue. This benefits the business as a whole because a stable revenue stream can avoid the need for large amounts of capital up-front.
Why use PaaS?
The benefits of using a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) should be a no brainer, but it is nonetheless a hot topic of debate. Platforms such as Google's App Engine or Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk have their strengths over self-managed websites. The clear benefits of PaaS are as follows:
- It is easy to set up and administer
- The site will be up and running as soon as the programming code is uploaded
- Developers wont need to open up a new account for every site or app
- IT teams can be freed to work on higher priority items
- The developers can focus on programming and not server administration
- Setting up a site
The Fear of a Blank Page
We all know what it’s like. You have an idea, you have a laptop, and yet still nothing. You have a blank page. You have a cover page. But there’s nothing to put on the inside of the book. The page is empty.
Many people can’t seem to figure out what to do with their empty page. Some people go with the most obvious place to start from- from the beginning.
In the beginning, I had a blank page.
But other people are so preoccupied with what to put on their empty page that they can’t seem to get started at all.
I have an
The Cloud Business Model
The term "cloud" has grown in prominence in the last decade. Originally used to describe the online data storage offered by companies to expand their storage capacity, it has come to be used to describe the business models of many companies in many industries. This is because the cloud-based business model requires less infrastructure in the form of physical office space, data centers, servers, employees, and so forth. It is much more cost-effective in terms of initial infrastructure, and it also reduces operating expenses.
The cloud-based business model is advantageous for many reasons. It allows companies to rent space on servers that are already up and running, which means that they don't have to spend money on owning servers
How you can use PaaS for your web app
How to plan your PaaS business?