Container as a Service (CaaS) is a subscription-based cloud service model that allows you to manage containers, applications, and clusters using APIs, container-based virtualization, or Web portals.
The service helps streamline the process of developing and managing containers within software-defined infrastructure deployed on-premises or in cloud environments.
The CaaS provider offers the orchestration platform that allows users to develop containerized applications. Cloud-native application components can be deployed and run from a cloud environment while users subscribe to CaaS resources such as scheduling capabilities, load balancing, and compute instances.
Containers as a Service (CaaS) is a cloud service that manages containers at scale, including starting, stopping, scaling, and orchestrating containerized workloads.
Containerization provides a clearer separation of responsibilities between different teams in software projects. While developers focus on application logics and dependencies, IT operations teams can focus on deployment and management without dealing with application details.