Azure Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a type of cloud computing service that offers essential compute, storage, and networking resources on demand through internet on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a type of cloud computing service that offers essential compute, storage, and networking resources on demand through internet on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Migrating your organization's infrastructure to an IaaS solution helps you reduce maintenance of on-premises data centers, save money on hardware costs, and gain real-time business insights. IaaS solutions give you the flexibility to scale your IT resources up and down with demand. They also help you quickly provision new applications and increase the reliability of your underlying infrastructure. IaaS lets you bypass the cost and complexity of buying and managing physical servers and datacenter infrastructure. Each resource is offered as a separate service component, and you only pay for a particular resource for as long as you need it. We as a Partner manages the infrastructure, while you purchase, install, configure, and manage your own software—including operating systems, middleware, and applications. Azure IAAS Provides the following services:
1.Azure Compute Services Azure compute is an on-demand computing service for running cloud-based applications. It provides computing resources such as disks, processors, memory, networking, and operating systems. The resources are available on-demand and can typically be made available in minutes or even seconds. You pay only for the resources you use, and only for as long as you're using them.
2.Azure Storage Services The Azure Storage platform is Microsoft's cloud storage solution for modern data storage scenarios .Azure Storage platform includes the following data services:
Azure Blobs: A massively scalable object store for text and binary data. Also includes support for big data analytics through Data Lake Storage Gen2. Azure Files: Managed file shares for cloud or on-premises deployments. Azure Queues: A messaging store for reliable messaging between application components. Azure Tables: A NoSQL store for schemaless storage of structured data. Azure Disks: Block-level storage volumes for Azure VMs.
3.Azure Networking Services The networking services in Azure provide a variety of networking capabilities that can be used together or separately. Click any of the following key capabilities to learn more about them:
Connectivity services: Connect Azure resources and on-premises resources using any or a combination of these networking services in Azure - Virtual Network (VNet), Virtual WAN, ExpressRoute, VPN Gateway, Virtual network NAT Gateway, Azure DNS, Peering service, and Azure Bastion.
Application protection services: Protect your applications using any or a combination of these networking services in Azure - Load Balancer, Private Link, DDoS protection, Firewall, Network Security Groups, Web Application Firewall, and Virtual Network Endpoints.
Application delivery services: Deliver applications in the Azure network using any or a combination of these networking services in Azure - Content Delivery Network (CDN), Azure Front Door Service, Traffic Manager, Application Gateway, Internet Analyzer, and Load Balancer.
Network monitoring: Monitor your network resources using any or a combination of these networking services in Azure - Network Watcher, ExpressRoute Monitor, Azure Monitor, or VNet Terminal Access Point (TAP).
Proof of Concept (POC): -
As part of POC we will walk you through the entire process of your requirement.
Prepare a Plan : According to the Requirements gathered , prepare an overview plan for implementing IAAS services . Walkthrough: Here we will explain you the plan overview & how it is implemented so that you can utilize the service easily.
Benefits : 1.Lift-and-shift migration 2.Test and development 3.Storage, backup, and recovery 4.Web apps 5.High-performance computing 6.Reduces capital expenditures and optimizes costs 7.Increases scale and performance of IT workloads 8.Increases stability, reliability, and supportability 9.Improves business continuity and disaster recovery 10.Enhances security 11.Helps you innovate and get new apps to users faster