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Implementing DevOps with Microsoft Azure by Mitesh Soni

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Role and benefits of PaaS and aPaaS in DevOps

We saw in the earlier section that PaaS provides flexibility to deploy an application without an overhead of management of resources. As users, we can deploy an application and control its configuration to some extent. Resource management is the responsibility of cloud service providers. Cloud service providers manage servers, operating systems, networks, or storage. They also manage load balancing, scalability, and monitoring of resources. Users only need to configure them properly.

Cloud has a shared responsibility model and that changes based on the cloud service model we use. PaaS is just a perfect mix of flexibility and less overhead.

Now let's understand the difference between using DevOps ...

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