Cloud Solutions

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Accelerate your IT transformation and innovate on your own terms. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a type of cloud computing service that offers essential compute, storage, and networking resources on demand, on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Azure Virtual Machines

Create Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) in seconds, while helping to reduce costs.
Fast, simple creation of VMs—or virtual computers within computers—so you can add computing power when you need
Ability to scale without adding expensive hardware
Cost-effective pricing that is based on what you use
Support for any Linux and Windows apps, SQL databases, and more

High-performance computing

High-performance computing on supercomputers, computer grids, or computer clusters helps solve complex problems involving millions of variables or calculations. Examples include protein folding and earthquake simulations, climate and weather predictions, financial modeling, and product design evaluations.

Storage, backup, and recovery

Your organization avoids the capital outlay for storage and the complexity of storage management, which typically requires a skilled staff to manage data and meet legal and compliance requirements. IaaS is useful for handling unpredictable demand and steadily growing storage needs. It also can simplify planning and management of backup and recovery systems.

Test and development

Your team can quickly set up and dismantle test and development environments, bringing new applications to market faster. IaaS makes it quick and economical to scale dev/test environments up and down.

Web apps

IaaS provides all the infrastructure to support web apps, including storage, web and application servers, and networking resources. Your organization can quickly deploy web apps on IaaS and easily scale infrastructure up and down when demand for the apps is unpredictable.

Lift-and-shift migration

This is the fastest and least expensive method of migrating an application or workload to the cloud. Without refactoring your underlying architecture, you can increase the scale and performance, enhance the security, and reduce the costs of running an application or workload.

Core benefits of cloud migration

Moving to the cloud simplifies the deployment and management of infrastructure and allows your business to quickly scale based on demands.

Technical benefits

Elasticity and scaling on-demand are huge shifts that can help improve how you manage, maintain, and pay for your cloud.

Security and compliance
Capacity optimization

Financial benefits

Cloud = flexibility.
Get more out of what you pay for and move away from fixed and upfront spend.

OPEX pricing models
Reduced datacenter footprint
Staff productivity

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