SaaS companies overall rely on two main sources of growth and profitability, signing up new customers and upselling to existing customers. It seems this is slowly coming to a halt, like the Ocean Circulation. Endangering SaaS providers and their customers.
While it may seem interesting to always buy subscriptions for cloud hosted solutions, in the end it is more cost effective to host your own version. We list a few SaaS solutions that make sense to host in your own environment.
With the rise of containerization technologies and Kubernetes as one of the most used container management systems, Kubernetes–as a-Service (KaaS) feature is a must for each cloud provider.
Some pictures taken during the event on March 28.
In this video our CTO Geert Audenaert guides you though our Kubernetes implementation that we have done with Rancher RKE from Suse.
ChatGTP is hot. Can it write a terraform script?
Email notifications for Managed Service Providers are really helpful to distribute important infrastructure updates to their customers.
In this series we take a dive into the more technical aspects of our platform (s) and how to use them. In this post: How to keep Cloud spendings under control.
In this series we take a dive into the more technical aspects of our platform (s) and how to use them. In this post: How can you check and increase the cyber fitness of your devices and organization
In this series we take a dive into certain aspects of our platform. In this post: How an MSP can offer endpoint protection and backups. The challenge Detecting and fighting malware and other cyber attacks is a tough game. How can you easily protect your endpoints? The solution We teamed up with Acronis to bundle […]