Code as a Service (CaaS) – New Company Formation – Initial Thoughts

Today’s IT world is talking about many service platforms delivered through cloud. Famous services available are

  • Platform as a Service – PaaS
  • Software as a Service – SaaS
  • Infrastructure as a Service – IaaS
  • Data as a Service – DaaS

Is your requirement will be addressed by all these services alone? What is the basic requirement to handle any IT work?

CODE – written in any language or for any platform, the basic requirement for any IT application is code, which meet all non-functional requirements like scalability, maintainability, performance, security, etc. The success of any application belong to the quality of underlining code.

Why there is “Code as a Service (CaaS)”?

CaaS, where the code will be delivered by the experts who sit in home due to many constraints, young minds roaming on the road in search of a work, talented mothers playing with toddlers, and so on. Also, CaaS can deliver the logical resolution of the problem by great professors, domain experts in respective areas like farmers, electrician, and so on.

Yes, of course there will be lot of hurdles.

Can we start such a Company, which deliver CaaS and Logic as a Service (LaaS)? What will be the success of such a company? What kind of support and impact we can create in life? What will be the reach?

Share your feedbacks and suggestions on how we can go ahead and implement the CaaS.

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About ambilykk

I am a Technology Evangelist on Microsoft Technologies. I am carrying the passion on Microsoft technologies specifically on web technologies such as ASP .Net and Ajax. My interests also include Azure and Visual Studio. Technology adoption and learning is my key strength and technology sharing is my passion.
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