Application Program Interface as a Service: Allows clients to program specific web based tools to interface with each other, often payment gateways, databases or integrated data providers.


Backend as a Service: is used as a way of linking up back end web based services through APIs. Provided through the use of software development kits (SDKs).


Data as a Service: where data is required on-demand, these services improve agility, cost-effectiveness and data quality.


Content as a Service: content delivered to clients on-demand and managed via subscription, utilising access to global content delivery and edge server networks.


Payments as a Service: assisting clients navigate, design and implement payment gateway solutions between merchant and vendor.


Recovery as a Service: sometimes referred to as a disaster recovery, and often integrated with cloud storage services (data backup) and virtual telecoms.