As a service

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*aaS is an acronym for as a service (e.g., X as a service), and refers to something being made available to a customer as a service,[1] always in the context of cloud computing.[original research?]

Service model[edit]

See cloud computing service models for more information.

Examples[edit]

Examples include:

Service Abbr.
Analytics as a service AnaaS
API as a service AaaS
Artificial intelligence as a service AIaaS
Backend as a service BaaS
Banking as a service BaaS
Blockchain as a service
Business process as a service BPaaS
Contact Information as a service CIaaS
Content as a service CaaS
Construction as a service
Container as a service
Crane as a service
Communications as a Service CPaaS
Data as a service DaaS
Desktop as a service
Drone as a service
Database as a service DBaaS
Distribution as a service DaaS
Energy storage as a service ESaaS
Electric vehicle as a service [2] EVaaS
Function as a service FaaS
Farming as a service FaaS
Games as a service GaaS
Hadoop as a service HaaS
Housing as a service
Infrastructure as a service IaaS
Identity as a service IDaaS
IT as a service ITaaS
Logging as a service LaaS
Management as a service MaaS
Microgrid as a service
Mobility as a service
Monitoring as a service
Metal as a service
Mobile backend as a service MBaaS
Machine Learning as a service MLaaS
Network as a service NaaS
Network Defense as a service NDaaS
Payments as a service PaaS
Platform as a service
Push notification as a service
Recovery as a service RaaS
Robot as a service
Search as a service SaaS
Security as a service
Software as a service
Storage as a service
Transportation as a service TaaS
Testing as a service TaaS
Unified Communications as a Service UCaaS

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robin Hastings, Making the Most of the Cloud: How to Choose and Implement the Best Services (2013), p. 3.
  2. ^ I. A. Umoren, and M. Z. Shakir, EVaaS: a novel on-demand outage mitigation framework for electric vehicle enabled microgrids. in Proc. IEEE Globecom WS, Abu Dhabi, 2018, p. 6.