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Microsoft Pioneers Cloud Framework As A Service
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4/3/2014 | 11:30:17 AM
Evolution of the concept of Framework as a Service
Microsoft's development, referred to in this article as FaaS, is now classified as Platform as a Service, whereas Force.com is still classified as Framework as a Service.

The consumer uses both PaaS and FaaS to create software but generically, the product developed on PaaS is an application that executes without the need of an underlying application. The product developed on FaaS is a plug-in that executes depending on the pre-existence of a running instance of the application for which the product was developed.


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