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Behind every software application is a comprehensive series of backend services intended to support the front end you see and use each day. The amount of work involved in creating this backend technology is never a simple task, and many organizations are choosing to save themselves the time and money of redeveloping the wheel by instead using Backend as a Service (BaaS). This service provides organizations with cloud-based services catering to backend processing.
What Is Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS)?
Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) is the third-party creation and management of cloud-based networks for companies in the business of building blockchain applications.
These third-party services are a relatively new development in the growing field of blockchain technology, The business of blockchain technology has moved well beyond its best-known use in cryptocurrency transactions and has broadened to address secure transactions of all kinds. As a result, there is a demand for hosting services.
What is BaaS (Backend as a Service)?
Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) is a cloud service model in which developers outsource all the behind-the-scenes aspects of a web or mobile application so that they only have to write and maintain the frontend. BaaS vendors provide pre-written software for activities that take place on servers, such as user authentication, database management, remote updating, and push notifications (for mobile apps), as well as cloud storage and hosting.
Think of developing an application without using a BaaS provider as directing a movie. A film director is responsible for overseeing or managing camera crews, lighting, set construction, wardrobe, actor casting, and the production schedule, in addition to actually filming and directing the scenes that will appear in the movie. Now imagine if there was a service that took care of all the behind-the-scenes activities so that all the director had to do was direct and shoot the scene. That’s the idea of BaaS: The vendor takes care of the ‘lights’ and the ‘camera’ (or, the server-side* functionalities) so that the director (the developer) can just focus on the ‘action’ – what the end user sees and experiences.
BaaS enables developers to focus on writing the frontend application code. Via APIs (which are a way for a program to make a request of another program) and SDKs (which are kits for building software) offered by the BaaS vendor, they are able to integrate all the backend functionality they need, without building the backend themselves. They also don’t have to manage servers, virtual machines, or containers to keep the application running. As a result, they can build and launch mobile applications and web applications (including single-page applications) more quickly.
*Server-side refers to everything that is hosted on or takes place on a server instead of on a client in the Internet client-server model.
What is Mobile-Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS)?
Mobile-Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) is BaaS intended specifically for building apps for mobile. While some sources consider BaaS and MBaaS to be basically interchangeable terms, BaaS services do not necessarily have to be used for building mobile applications.
What is included in BaaS?
BaaS providers offer a number of server-side capabilities. For instance:
- Database management
- Cloud storage (for user-generated content)
- User authentication
- Push notifications
- Remote updating
- Other platform- or vendor-specific functionalities; for instance, Firebase offers Google search indexing
BaaS and MBaaS providers include Google Firebase and Microsoft Azure.