Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS)



Infrastructure As A Service

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is an instant computing infrastructure, provisioned and managed over the internet. It’s one of the four types of cloud services, along with software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and serverless.

IaaS quickly scales up and down with demand, letting you pay only for what you use. It helps you avoid the expense and complexity of buying and managing your own physical servers and other data center infrastructure.

Each resource is offered as a separate service component, and you only need to rent a particular one for as long as you need it. A cloud computing service provider, such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, manages the infrastructure, while you purchase, install, configure, and manage your own software—operating systems, middleware, and applications.

Service Offerings

Managed Colocation (Full Cabinet / Half Cabinet)
Managed Hosting (Compute Optimized / Storage Optimized / GPU Based))
Shared Hosting

Dedicated Hosting
Cloud Infrastructure (NA / EU / APAC / IN Regions) Private & Hybrid
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Common IaaS business scenarios

Typical things businesses do with IaaS include:

Test and development

Website hosting

Storage, backup and recovery

Web apps

High-performance computing

Big data analysis

Advantages of IaaS

Eliminates capital expense and reduces ongoing cost

Improves business continuity and disaster recovery

Innovate rapidly

Respond quicker to shifting business conditions

Focus on your core business

Increase stability, reliability and supportability

Better security

Gets new apps to users faster