Cloud Services

Cloud Services

A cloud server appliance developed by Bhumi is similar to a physical server. It runs on a virtual infrastructure cloud, making it flexible and inexpensive. This cloud platform offers additional storage, security and monitoring capabilities to run production applications with ease. Choose from a wide range of services Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) for all your computing, networking, storage, and database needs.

All three models require them to make their own hosted web applications available to customers over the Internet. The models differ in the perfection of the product. SaaS products are fully managed applications. IaaS largely outsources data center resources, and PaaS provides a development platform and other tools that host the service provider’s data center.



SaaS application developers do not need to download software, manage an existing IT infrastructure or manage any aspects of software management. We manage maintenance, updates, support, security and all other aspects of using the software.

SaaS (Software as a Service) is a subscription-based model that eliminates the need to buy or install software. Benefits include:

  • Cost Efficiency: Companies can manage their budgets predictably by shifting to a recurring payment model. They can also easily cancel subscriptions to reduce expenses.
  • Scalability: Cloud-based services like SaaS offer high performance and on-demand scalability.
  • Automatic Updates: SaaS auto-updates, reducing the IT workload and ensuring users always have the latest version.
  • Accessibility: As SaaS is internet-based, users can access the applications from any device, anywhere.
  • Customizability: SaaS can be easily integrated with other business applications and is often customizable to specific needs.



IaaS is used to outsource their data centers and infrastructure to the cloud. IaaS provides support to infrastructure such as applications, storage, network devices, and infrastructure. By using IaaS services, we manage their own data usage, hardware, and operating system (OS).

  • Infrastructure: Lets various manufacturers utilize the same infrastructure.
  • Online Resources: Enables IT users to access services via the Internet. Flexible Payment: Services are budget-friendly; users only pay for what they consume.
  • Business-Centric: We prioritize the organization’s primary business over IT infrastructure.
  • Seamless Scalability: IaaS offers immediate scalability, freeing developers from software and hardware concerns.



PaaS provides a resource framework for an internal developer team. This hosting platform allows the creation of custom applications. We manage the data center resources that support the tools. By using PaaS services, we manage applications and data usage, not operating systems.

  • Easy to grow: PaaS lets developers focus on innovating without cost concerns.
  • Low risk: Only a PC and internet connection are needed, no initial software investment.
  • Default business model: Ready-made templates to kick-start projects.
  • Instant community: Online platform for users to share insights and seek advice.
Cloud Computing Environments

Private Cloud

In a private cloud, computing resources are exclusively used and controlled by a single organization, ensuring separation from other infrastructure. This allows for control over server, network, and application security.

Public Cloud

Public cloud services are managed by a single provider hosting multiple tenants. Companies and institutions can blend private and public clouds in hybrid or multi-cloud setups. We handle vast user and business traffic concurrently.

Hybrid Cloud

A hybrid cloud blends public and private cloud solutions, allowing applications to utilize both for computing, storage, and services. It merges the advantages of public servers with the security of private data storage locations.