There is an architectural/deployment pattern that works as follows:
- Ask the client for access to their account with a cloud computing platform (like AWS, Azure, or Digital Ocean).
- Create servers, databases, and whatever else you need on that platform for the client’s individual use. Deploy your application to the newly created servers. This is automated on your side.
- The client accesses the application on their servers. Their data stays on their cloud.
- Fully manage the servers, databases, etc. for the client for as long as they use the software. You handle updating your application for them, backups (if applicable), and everything else. This is also automated. The client does not need an sysadmin.
This is a kind of middle ground between on-premises software and SaaS. Does it have an established name?
I have a webcam that I used to use back in Ubuntu 12.04 with
cheese. Now Ubuntu 18.04 not even detecting it.
cheese in Ubuntu 18.04 says
No device. Please advice is there any way to run these applications in compatibility of older Ubuntu versions. Thank You