Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) business scenarios
Application Development & QA: Teams can quickly bring up and pull-down development & Quality Assurance environments, bringing new applications to market faster. IaaS makes it speedy and cost-effective to scale up Dev-QA servers up and down.
Web hosting: Operating websites on IaaS platform can be cheaper than traditional website hosting.
Storage, Backup, and Recovery: Industries of all sizes avoid the capital expenditure for storage and intricacy of storage administration, which typically requires a skilled staff to manage data and meet official and compliance needs. IaaS is useful for handling volatile demand and gradually growing storage needs. IaaS also simplifies governance of data backup and recovery systems.
Web Apps: IaaS provides all the infrastructure to support web apps, including storage, web and application servers, and networking resources. Organizations can quickly deploy web apps on IaaS and easily scale infrastructure up and down when demand for the apps is unpredictable.
High-performance computing: High-performance computing (HPC) on supercomputers, computer grids, or computer clusters helps solve complex problems involving millions of variables or calculations.
Big data analysis: Big data is a popular term for massive data sets that contain potentially valuable patterns, trends, and associations. Mining data sets to locate or tease out these hidden patterns requires a huge amount of processing power, which IaaS economically provides.
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Cost Effective: IaaS sidesteps the upfront expense of setting up and managing an onsite datacenter, making it an economical option for start-ups and businesses testing new ideas. IaaS eliminates capital expense and reduces ongoing cost.
Reliable: Achieving high availability, business continuity, and disaster recovery is expensive since it requires a significant amount of technology and professionals. But with the service level agreement (SLA) in place, IaaS can reduce this cost and access applications and data as usual during a disaster or outage. Improves business continuity and disaster recovery.
Easy to use: As soon as you have decided to launch a new product or initiative, the necessary computing infrastructure can be ready in minutes or hours. Innovate rapidly rather than the days or weeks—and sometimes months—it could take to set up internally. IaaS frees up your team to focus on your organization’s core business rather than on IT infrastructure. Stakeholders can focus on core business.
Scalability: IaaS enables you to quickly scale up resources to accommodate spikes in demand for your application— during the holidays, for example—then scale resources back down again when activity decreases to save money. Respond quicker to shifting business conditions.
Elasticity: With IaaS there is no need to maintain and modernize software and hardware or troubleshoot equipment issues. With the appropriate agreement in place, the cloud service provider assures that your infrastructure is reliable and meets SLAs. Customers eventually increase stability, reliability, and supportability.
Security: With the appropriate service agreement, a cloud service provider can provide security for your applications and data that may be better than what you can attain in-house.
Learn NYGCI’s infrastructure as a service (IaaS) on Azure, AWS and GCP helps you quickly create a reliable and scalable infrastructure in two steps —while cutting the time and efforts spent to plan, procure, and manage infrastructure.
Offer new business apps to users faster. Because you do not need to first set up the infrastructure before you can develop and deliver apps.