Platform as a Service is a cloud computing model where a third-party (Cloudsnap) delivers hardware and software tools over the Internet. The PaaS provider hosts the hardware and software on its own infrastructure.
A parent corporation is a direct Cloudsnap customer who established other business entities as its Clients, each with their own access and views to applications, workflows, and data within the parent corporation Cloudsnap account. See Set up multiple clients.
When data is sent over the Internet in a packet, the payload is the actual data sent and delivered to the destination. The header for the data packet identifies the source and destination and metadata needed for proper delivery, so it is not part of the payload.
Rule that allows or denies access to an application, database, or dataset. Rule also grants the ability to transform the data: create, read-only, update, and delete.
Personal Information Exchange (.pfx) file:
System file with encrypted security. It stores the digital certificate for authentication as well as its private and public keys.
Group of technologies that make up the base or infrastructure upon which other applications, technologies or processes are developed for the end user. The Cloudsnap platform offers connectors between various ERP applications that channel customizes workflows between applications: cloud-to-cloud and on premises-to-cloud data flows.
Action in an API Call to commit data to a destination app.