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Aloha Technology Opportunities in PAAS-Based Software Products Reviews

Aloha Technology Opportunities in PAAS-Based Software Products Reviews

Wed Mar 27, 2019 - 11:30am UTC

Aloha Technology Reviews: Digital disruption is transforming businesses, and how! While earlier, software was developed for users in an enterprise or SME, the emergence of SMACIA has triggered software development for apps, tablets and all kinds of devices.

Pune, India – March 27, 2019

PAAS providers like Aloha Technology have changed the game for stand-alone ISVs by offering a fairly comprehensive feature set and reducing the overheads on communication and data transfer while developing newer products.

“While software companies are building rapidly growing in PAAS landscape, we are really excited to be providing new opportunities of IOT, augmented and virtual reality for consumers,” said Anuradha S.M., Head of Communication at Aloha Technology. “As our developed products continue to grow, it is important for us to provide both the scale and reach of global clientale , simultaneously offering opportunities for end-users to test and learn from innovative new formats of technology. We believe these new partners meet the diverse demands of our clients.”

The digital wave has created several challenges for the Independent software vendors (ISVs). Native apps provided by Cloud platforms are slowly invading their territory and eroding their margins. ISVs must come up with a different strategy to acquire or retain users in such a scenario. While this applies to any category of ISV, be it productivity software or instrumentation related software, we shall stay focused on B2B networking infrastructure ISVs.

Cloud providers have evolved over time to offer more and more features to enterprise users, evolving into a platform with time. Such Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) providers like Aloha TechnologyTechnology have changed the game for stand-alone ISVs by invading their territory. For example, in the area of B2B networking, previously, ISVs provided a host of features around DDoS attack prevention, resource level Role Based Access Control, load balancing, network intrusion detection/intrusion prevention system (IDS/IPS), geographic availability zones, etc. While some ISVs specialized in one of these areas, some offered more than one of these capabilities.

Source:http://www.alohatechnology.com/blog/paas-disrupting-traditional-software-business-models.html

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Name: Peter Tello
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Organization: Aloha Technology
Address: Prabhavee Tech Park, 3rd Floor, Baner – Mahalunge Road, Balewadi Phata, Baner, Pune, Maharashtra, India 411045
Website: http://www.alohatechnology.com/

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