Infrastructure as a Service

The delivery of cloud computing can be consumed in a variety of fashions.

The attributes most associated with cloud computing—rapid self-provisioning, automation, and capacity on-demand—offer something for both the business side and IT side of an organization.

IT benefits from available, flexible, and affordable computing resources. Business benefits from the ability to shift the balance from a capital expense model with a significant up-front commitment of funds to an operational expense model with a variable fixed cost aligned with business/IT needs.



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Learn

What is IaaS? How does it work? Find answers to all your questions here.

Plan & Implement

Interested in a IaaS solution but aren't sure where to start? Check out our Plan/Implement section and find out how.

Manage

You've decided what IaaS solution you need but you aren't sure how to support it. Check out our Manage section and find out how.


The business benefits:

Available, flexible and affordable computing resources
Shift the balance from a capital expense model to an operational expense model
Fixed costs aligned with business/IT needs