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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Overview
What is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Solutions?
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) software is a complete development and deployment environment in the cloud. It provides a platform on which software can be developed and deployed. The platform handles the complexity around operating systems and servers and leaves application developers free to concentrate on the business requirements of the software.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Features & Capabilities
Uptime percentage offered in SLA
Ease of scaling up or down in response to consumer needs
Administration automation for deploying and managing virtual desktops and servers
Elastic load balancing whereby resources are balanced and distributed automatically across multiple virtual computers
Preconfigured templates for virtual machines
Monitoring tools providing alerts when problems are detected
Customized machine images
Range of operating systems available as preconfigured images
Compliance with security protocols like SSL and AES
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is similar to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), in that it provides services to consumers over the Internet. However, out of the three offerings, IaaS is the most rudimentary--taking care of the basics, the infrastructure, and allowing users to manage the rest.
IaaS operates at a very fundamental level, providing the basic building blocks for cloud services. IaaS can be thought of as the provisioning of basic cloud infrastructures like virtualized servers, storage, and networking in an on-demand model. This on-demand model can easily scale up and down to meet demand. Instead of having to spend capital resources on hardware and infrastructure, rapidly scalable and secure infrastructure components are accessible over the Internet. These resources and paid for based on consumption, as in a utility model like electricity or water.
Some providers also offer other components above the virtualization layer like databases and messaging queues, but these are not standard components.
Pricing models vary quite a bit, but the basic structure is usually price per user per month, with different tiers based on differing factors such as the number of custom app objects, or number of servers. Some vendors provide a free tier, but per user pricing can from as little as $50 per month per user to $750 per user per month or more, depending on platform capabilities. If your organization is currently managing their own on-premise infrastructure, it's a good idea to calculate the current costs associated with doing so when comparing switching to IaaS. Typically, IaaS platforms will be a lower cost alternative.
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Joyent Triton is an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering from Joyent in San Francisco.
DXC Technologies provides their testing as a service suite of services, based on the former CloudLab test-as-a-service services from CSC, which now combines infrastructural support as well as test advisory services as desired.
UK company Advanced provides their managed hosting services, including support for applications and data, backup, and security.
Arcadier Marketplaces is a marketplace SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) technology. The Arcadier platform is customizable, simple to use, no developers needed, and according to the vendor, only needs a few minutes to set up. The vendor's value proposition is that with the off-the-shelf DIY marketpla...
Stratoscale Symphony is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) software defined storage (SDS) solution deployable across commoditized x86 servers.
The Amazon Elastic Transcoder from AWS is a cloud-based media transcoding service available to AWS users which is priced on the volume of media transcoded by minute and the media's resolution. The service is scalable and anticipates transcoding of very large files or high volumes of files.
Windstream Cloud Connect supports Enterprises with secure virtual connectivity to third party cloud resources and applications.
Pure Storage offers the Pure Evergreen Storage Service (ES2) subscription based storage-as-a-service (STaaS) for private and hybrid clouds, supporting data replication and and reduction, usage based cost for cloud data stored, and continual access to the company's suite of data management solutions.
OVH offers a wide range of dedicated servers for hosting a wide variety of sites or apps, including ecommerce sites, managing a private network, enterprise web application, DDoS protected gaming servers, and more.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) supplying bare metal servers, elastic on-demand compute, available with pay-as-you-go pricing.
The Oracle Compute Cloud Service is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) available as virtual machine (VM) or bare metal, supporting high performance computing needs and touting predictable pricing.
Oracle Storage Cloud Service is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) which supplies high performance SSD, high scalability and availability, and low latency unlimited storage. The service is available for archiving, cloud migration, or other use cases.
Oracle Network Cloud Service is offered as a fast, reliable dedicated solution to access Oracle Cloud Services, support data exchange between private and public clouds.
Oracle Ravello Service, part of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) suite, is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) which provides a data center like experience on Oracle Cloud, touting low cost, minimized latency in any geography, and scale.
The OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) supplying an enterprise grade container-native platform integrated into the Oracle Cloud infrastructure.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic is an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offered as a low cost, reliable standards-based infrastructure for launching and managing virtual machines physically isolated from other cloud tenants.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Storage Classic service is an IaaS provides elastic storage and infinite scalability without need for new hardware, featuring optional data encryption, and role-based access.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic service supplies cloud-based storage, archiving, and file sharing, featuring enterprise grade encryption, elasticity, and simple management.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Archive Storage Classic provides enterprises with a low cost archiving service, elastic without need of additional hardware purchases.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Storage Gateway is an IaaS which supports bridging of on-premise data centers with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage service. It is available free.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Networking Classic is an IaaS which supplies a fast and secure connection between a data center and the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancing is an IaaS supporting traffic management and load balancing, and offers a public IP-address to front-end internet traffic within a single Availability Domain, or across multiple Availability Domains.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect Classic supplies network connectivity and an alternative to the public Internet for access to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Audit is an IaaS supporting cloud security by maintaining traceability of API calls, data integrity checks, and event tracking and storage.