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Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of three main categories of cloud computing, alongside Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). IaaS is a standardized, highly automated way of getting the compute resources, storage capabilities, and network functionalities on-demand by a service provider such as Mid-Range.
As a CIO or IT manager, you must focus on improving your company, without having to worry about whether your infrastructure can keep up with the pace of your innovations.

IaaS has been designed to enable you to respond to:

  • Competitive pressures;

  • Expand;

  • Innovate; and

  • Minimize infrastructure costs.

When you partner with Mid-Range, you will have:

  • Limitless scalability;

  • Limitless agility; and

  • A fast time to the market.

Let us host your hardware, software, servers, storage and other infrastructure components. We will handle all the tasks relating to these components, such as system maintenance, backup and resilience planning; enabling you to concentrate on what you do best.

Benefits of IaaS

Scalability on demand: If you have temporary or experimental workloads, then you can upscale and downscale with ease.

Automate administrative tasks: You can vastly reduce your IT support staff or enable them to focus on big-picture tasks thanks to many administrative tasks being automated with IaaS.

Eliminate capital expenses: IaaS works on a pay-as-you-go model. So, instead of investing in in-house hardware and software, you get access to the infrastructure you need without paying for more than you need.

Faster time to market: Ramp up and get the job done without all the red tape involved in investing in new software and hardware.

Disaster recovery: Instead of having different discovery plans for different offices, IaaS gives you the ability to have consolidated disaster recovery infrastructure, which increases manageability and reduces costs.

Contact Mid-Range to find out more about cloud infrastructure as a service today.