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(IaaS) Infrastructure as a Service

AAI’s approach for infrastructure benefits customers to have cost effective and scalable IT solutions.

We provide solutions for storage, network and other computing resources by which customers must just deploy their own software and applications.

We manage all the underlying cloud infrastructure.

Our cloud experts provide security-rich and enterprise-class environments.

We will get you going with increasing reliability and support by maintaining your software, hardware or troubleshoot problems.

Our expert team lets you focus only on your core business rather than IT infrastructure.

Our team can quickly setup any environment for your new applications and make a quick scale up dev-test environments up and down.

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a form of cloud computing that provides virtualized computing resources over the internet. IaaS is one of the three main categories of cloud computing services, alongside software as a service (SaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS). In an IaaS model, a cloud provider hosts the infrastructure components traditionally present in an on-premises data center, including servers, storage and networking hardware, as well as the virtualization hypervisor layer. The IaaS provider also supplies a range of services to accompany those infrastructure components. These can include detailed billing, monitoring, log access, security, load balancing and clustering, as well as storage resiliency, such as backup, replication and recovery. These services are increasingly policy-driven, enabling IaaS users to implement greater levels of automation and orchestration for important infrastructure tasks.

IaaS is an effective model for workloads that are temporary, experimental or that change unexpectedly. For example, if a business is developing a new software product, it might be more cost-effective to host and test the application using an IaaS provider. It is also beneficial in that IaaS customers pay on a per use basis, typically by the hour, week or month. Some IaaS providers also charge customers based on the amount of virtual machine space they use. This pay-as-you-go model eliminates the capital expense of deploying in-house hardware and software.