New BaaS/PaaS Service

— July 12, 2013

FatFractal is offering a‘Cloud-in-a-Box’ allowing enterprises to install its Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform in public or private clouds or traditional data centers. The NoServerTM BaaS platform allows developers to leapfrog over repetitive or specialist steps.

The new high-performance platform is designed to enable enterprises to build applications quickly and easily, action their mobile strategies, and radically reduce their TCO. Specifically they can:

  • Use the platform for legacy migration, as middleware to integrate new and existing data or applications, as well as greenfield development -- all within a single cloud fabric
  • Develop in a preferred programming language, made possible by FatFractal’s polyglot PaaS environment
  • Quickly create mobile apps that leverage the out-of-the box features such as security, scalability and a datagraph that supports complex data relationships and queries
  • Deploy onto public, private clouds or traditional data centers, with turnkey compatibility with open infrastructure stacks (e.g., OpenStack), and radically improve utilization of compute resources
  • Reduce cost-to-serve-up data to apps by 90% and the cost of innovating a new app to nearly zero.
According to developer Cory Wiles, "FatFractal is the easiest to install and configure, has the smallest footprint, no additional library dependencies, is the most secure, is the only one that offers public API access and local development, and [is able to] interface with multiple backends at the same time."

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