Delivery models: On-premise or the Cloud

Ultimately, the decision to choose one model will depend on your business needs. If your company is looking for an affordable and easy to deploy a solution, the cloud would be an interesting option. 

With the on-premise model, you own the software, then run applications and services on your own IT infrastructure. This type is the way to go for a company striving for customization and security.

Where to host


On-premise software is installed locally, on your business’ computers and servers. This model grants the organization full control over the technology’s management, monitoring, and security but requires large upfront purchases.


A cloud model refers to on-demand services, computer networks, storage, applications or resources accessed via the internet. With Cloud solutions you can implement and support innovative technologies, distributed systems (eg. kubernetes, noSQL bases, serverless approach). Cloud model means that services can be released faster, flexible and requires no upfront costs.


Hybrid model is a combination of cloud model and on-premise. It means keeping some resources in-house but also using cloud-based services to simplify management. It is a perfect mix for some companies since it merges both the cloud scalability and full control of the on-premise model.

Where to attach


Refers to developing a system for a totally new environment, built from scratch.


Refers to the development and deployment of a new software system in the presence of existing.

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