Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Iramari Infrastructure as a Service

The ability given to the infrastructure architects to deploy or run any software on the computing resources provided by the service provider. Here, the underlying infrastructures such as compute, network, and storage are managed by the service provider. Thus, the infrastructure architects are exempted from maintaining the data center or underlying infrastructure. The end users are responsible for managing applications that are running on top of the service provider cloud infrastructure. Generally, the IaaS services are provided from the service provider cloud data center.

Approach

  • Amazon AWS
  • Google Compute Engine
  • RackSpace
  • OpenStack
  • Microsoft

Iramari IaaS

Enabling your organization’s ability to provision on-demand, self service IT infrastructure resources utilizing public, private, or hybrid cloud configurations, Iramari solution architects provide much needed cloud expertise coupled with in-depth knowledge of system engineering, security implementations, and cloud migration strategies that will successfully enable your organization to meet critical business goals, lower capital expenses and facilitate the Cloud-First approach.

Direct Benefits

  • Reduced capital expenses
  • On-demand computing resources
  • Centralized Management
  • Scalability