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Get your applications to market faster.

Focus your internal developers on writing code—not on building and maintaining infrastructure. Our Platform as a Services (PaaS) for New Zealand organisations hosts your infrastructure in the Cloud, giving users easy access to a suite of development tools via the web so they can deploy new applications faster.

Automate back-end processes and get the necessary building blocks to respond to demand. Using PaaS in Cloud computing takes you to the next level with an all-inclusive platform that provides computing, memory, storage, database and other app development services when and where you need them.

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Focus on what you do best, outsource the rest.

Our PaaS New Zealand services a virtual infrastructure that includes data centres, servers, storage, network equipment, software tools and an easy-to-navigate user interface. You’ll also get access to backup and disaster recovery, either self-managed or as part of a managed service. Access Cloud management tools, ServiceNow, and a full suite of Azure PaaS services, like SQL and Virtual Desktop.


You can choose to deploy PaaS in Private Cloud, Public Cloud or multi-Cloud mode to optimise scalability, efficiency, security and compliance. Focus on your core business without the burden of monitoring, maintaining and updating a development platform.

Agile. Flexible. Secure.

Cost-effective.

With Platform as a Service there’s no need to purchase hardware, pay expenses during downtime, or spend time setting up and maintaining your core stack—access our state-of-the-art data centre, hardware and operating systems.

Speed to market.

Speed up your app creation efforts, scale dynamically during peak times, and scale down again as needed.

Boost your security.

We invest heavily in security technology and expertise to secure your critical business data.

Custom solutions.

We’ve got the operational tools you need to create custom software when you need it.

Greater flexibility.

Log in and work on applications anywhere, on any device—PaaS is ideal for remote and “work from anywhere” teams.

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Get game-changing applications on demand with PaaS.

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“Our Cloud Management Platform (CMP) provides customers with a unique approach to Cloud management, ensuring complete control and visibility across the Hybrid and multi-Cloud landscape.” Ricki Gavazis, Head of Cloud Services, Canon Business Services ANZ

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Our Approach

We believe no business succeeds alone–and that every organisation should focus on its core business and outsource the rest.


That’s why we take the time to really understand your business goals and find the right-fit solution to keep you agile, resilient and thriving. Then we put the industry’s best to work on the challenges you want to solve.


Stay one step ahead with the right technology, process, automation and talent to keep you moving forward at all times.

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Frequently asked questions

What is included in your Platform as a Service solution?

Our next-gen PaaS solutions are highly customisable and configurable to the needs of your organisation. Whatever your business needs, we can provide a PaaS environment that achieves your goals.

How many types of PaaS does CBS provide?

We offer Azure, private cloud, and hybrid cloud PaaS solutions.


Is 100% uptime guaranteed for my PaaS?

CBS guarantees 99.999% uptime in our purpose-built Private Cloud environment, along with a host of other compliances and certifications.

What is the difference between PaaS and SaaS?

SaaS stands for Software as a Service and refers to individual applications or utilities provided on a service (subscription) basis. The provider assumes responsibility for everything powering the SaaS tool. Common Cloud products such as Microsoft 365 are SaaS products. 

PaaS extends this concept out to the development level: PaaS providers (e.g., Microsoft Azure, AWS Electric Beanstalk) handle everything necessary to provide a development platform as a service, from servers to virtualisation to even the runtime. Customers gain a platform where they can develop, test, and host applications without having to worry about internal computing or storage resources. In other words, PaaS platforms are one way businesses build SaaS products.


What is the difference between PaaS and IaaS?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) backs out one more level: the IaaS provider provides and maintains the physical infrastructure including virtualisation, but the client maintains control of O/S, middleware, runtime, and applications and data. Thus providing the entire network architecture as a cloud-hosted service. 

PaaS providers offer everything developers need to develop; IaaS providers offer everything organisations need to operate in the Cloud but leave everything from the O/S level downward in the hands of the client company.

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