Bell Integrator offers the Bell.One Storage as a Service, for on demand object storage for rapid backup, delivery, and access supporting per monthly pricing for individuals, SMBs, and large enterprises.
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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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Bell.One offers Backup as a Service, providing full disk backup and recovery with data transfer across a secure VPN, as well as fast and easy online recovery.
Bell Integrator offers the Bell.One Data Center Hosting option, providing space, power, cooling and security to the enterprise data center.
Kingsoft Cloud offers Kingsoft Elastic Compute (KEC), a CPU and memory priced IaaS compute and storage service.
Kingsoft Standard Storage Service is an IaaS from Kingsoft headquartered in Beijing with standard and lower infrequent access storage pricing.
NEC offers Backup as a Service (BaaS), one of its IaaS offerings.
Netlink headquartered in Wisconsin offers their Data Center Services, including colocation, managed hosting, server maintenance and proactive monitoring of server health, backup and restore, as well as other related features.
SoftwareONE headquartered in Switzerland offers BackupSimple, a backup as a service providing integrated and consolidated backup across multiple cloud silos and services.
Mass Storage Servers available on the IBM Cloud provides the buyer with a mass storage device customizable with an OS of choice or to deploy a turnkey appliance.
IBM Cloud provides SAP-certified Infrastructure, bare metal servers certified by SAP for SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver workloads.
IBM Cloud Direct Link is a suite of four offerings from the IBM Cloud Network, with availability in locations around the globe. Each one enables customers to create direct, private connections between their remote network environments and their IBM Cloud deployments--without touching the public i...
IBM Cloud provides a File Storage service allows the user to deploy and customize flash-backed NFS-based file storage from 25 GB to 12,000 GB capacity with up to 48,000 IOPS.
CDN77 is a no-commitment Content Delivery Network with 32+ points of presence around the world with a global 7 Tbps network capacity. CDN77 is trusted by Space Agencies and is known for being one of the first companies to support important technology updates such as HTTP/2 and TLS 1.3. Live Strea...
VEXXHOST offers public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud services, built entirely on open source software. According to the vendor, these solutions include everything enterprises will need, from virtual machines to bare metal to Kubernetes containers. The vendor also offers to management, mo...
Stefanini Cloud Services includes a number of IaaS, PaaS, and managed public cloud services for Azure and Microsoft Cloud (e.g. Office 365) in a configurable bundle.
CXD Compute Nodes from Cyxtera Technologies headquartered in Addison are pre-configured, hyperconverged infrastructure procured, configured and deployed as a service via CXD, a software powered on-demand provisioning and configuration architecture, accessible via API and web console.
Vultr in Matawan offers Bare Metal servers, providing full control with high performance single-tenant dedicated servers.
AWS Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon ECS that allows the user to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters. With AWS Fargate there is no need to provision, configure, and scale clusters of virtual machines to run containers.
Amazon Lightsail is a compute service designed to present an easy-to-use cloud platform that offers everything needed to build an application or website, plus a cost-effective, monthly plan.
Alibaba Cloud Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a file storage service for Alibaba Cloud ECS instances, Alibaba Cloud E-HPC and Container Service. It provides standard file access protocols, so the user does not need to modify existing applications. This enables users to have a distributed file s...
Alibaba Cloud Elastic Compute Service (ECS) provides fast memory and Intel CPUs to help power cloud applications and achieve fast results with low latency. All ECS instances come with Anti-DDoS protection to safeguard data and applications from DDoS and Trojan attacks.
Alibaba Cloud Elastic GPU Service (EGS) is a GPU-based computing service for scenarios such as deep learning, video processing, scientific computing, and visualization. EGS solutions use the following GPUs: AMD FirePro S7150, NVIDIA Tesla M40, NVIDIA Tesla P100, NVIDIA Tesla P4, and NVIDIA Tesla ...
Alibaba Cloud Function Compute is a fully hosted and serverless running environment that takes away the need to manage infrastructure such as servers and enables developers to focus on writing and uploading code.