Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a method of delivering computing, storage, networking and other capabilities via the Internet.

With IaaS we help enable your company to utilize web-based operating systems, applications and storage without having to purchase, manage and support the underlying cloud infrastructure. The most popular examples of IaaS platforms include Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft® Azure®.

Infrastructure as a Service is one of three main categories of cloud computing, along with Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). IaaS is the fastest-growing cloud segment, with its growth forecast to reach 36.8 percent in 2017, according to a recent Gartner report. The phenomenal growth of IaaS is largely due to enterprises steadily moving from data centers to the cloud.

 
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IaaS Services Offered

  • Public Cloud

  • Private Cloud

  • Hybrid Cloud

  • Colocation

  • Disaster Recovery

  • Storage

cost savings

Using IaaS can dramatically reduce your infrastructure costs, as you no longer need to purchase hardware for your data centers, maintain and replace equipment, or ensure 24x7x365 uptime. A pay-as-you-go model — where you pay for capacity only when you need it — also enables your business to save money.

24/7/365 availability

With IaaS we enable your enterprise to access your apps, data and other resources as long as an Internet connection is available. Companies increasingly rely on IaaS to empower their mobile workforce, and to provide the foundation for their business continuity and disaster-recovery plans.

 

time to market

With its on-demand availability and robust agility, IaaS lets your company more rapidly develop and deploy new products and services, while decreasing your time to market.

on-demand scalability

Your enterprise can quickly scale capacity up and down depending on your business needs, changing opportunities in the marketplace, or consumer demand.