As one of the leading application service providers, Quinnox helps organizations transform how they engage, retain, and grow their business. Application services provider helps with application services management by configuring, monitoring, optimizing, and orchestrating different app services. Organizations with their own data management or integrate it to the public cloud to store and retrieve data for applications services management.
Application service providers (Or ASPs) are companies that deliver application management services that are compatible with the client’s existing architecture. Earlier ASPs used to deliver applications to end-users for a fixed cost. The single-tenant, hosted model was replaced by the software-as-a-service (SAAS) delivery model that later became prominent. Later it moved to multi-tenant and on-demand which were many advanced models for application management.
Cloud app services are a wide range of specific application services for applications deployed in cloud-based resources. Services such as application firewalling, load balancing, and service discovery can be achieved for the public, private, hybrid, cloud, or multi-cloud applications.
Traditional applications are monolithic parts of software that are built and developed for client needs. Such applications will have long life cycles because any changes or updates to one function usually require reconfiguring the entire application. Some alterations are costly and time-consuming processes as they delay the progress and updates in application development.
Application modernization enables process recovery and refinement. Modernization services enable the migration of monolithic, legacy application architectures to new ones that more closely match the business needs of modern enterprises’ application portfolios. Application modernization is often part of an organization’s digital transformation.
Application-centric enterprises choose microservices architectures to take advantage of flexible container-based infrastructure models. An example of this is using a microservices architecture where all app services are created individually and deployed separately from one another. It allows for scaling services based on specific business needs. Services can also be rapidly changed without affecting other parts of the application.