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RE: How do other service models fit into IaaS, PaaS, & SaaS?

Great, thank you! I'll take a look at it! -- Jenna Morrison Training Department Intern Cloud Security Alliance --


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RE: How do other service models fit into IaaS, PaaS, & SaaS?

You can read more on this Interesting article on the evolution to the old t he three service models to new ones to encompass the new platforms... https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/blog/2021/02/04/the-evolution-of-cloud-computing-and-the-updated-shared-responsibility/ -- Angel Alonso Teamleader...


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RE: How do other service models fit into IaaS, PaaS, & SaaS?

Oh I see, thank you! -- Jenna Morrison Training Department Intern Cloud Security Alliance --


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RE: How do other service models fit into IaaS, PaaS, & SaaS?

when you see references that use XaaS (Anything as a Service) they usually fall into the Paas or SaaS Model. Edited to clarify: copying text from the CCSP CBK as it describes this well. key words for PaaS below is " created using programming languages, libraries, services, and tools" PaaS: The...



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How do other service models fit into IaaS, PaaS, & SaaS?

Hello! The security guidance has talked a bit about different service options such as Function as a Service, Database as a Service, and Security as a Service, among others. I was wondering how do these fit into the larger three categories of service models: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS? Or do they even...