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Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is a model where servers and other resources are provisioned as required over the cloud. This model provides self-service, on-demand access to IT resources, which means users can create and access tools they need within minutes, instead of days, weeks or months.
SUSE shows that it's also a player in the OpenStack cloud races with its latest IaaS cloud, SUSE Cloud 4.
Perth-based Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, Zettagrid, says its focus is offering fully automated cloud services, reports David Hazan.
New managed cloud models, service-level agreements and pricing are Rackspace's way of saying if you want cheap, commodity cloud, look elsewhere.
Most companies using the IaaS will use not one but at least three vendors, according to a report.
Research by Telsyte shows the uptake of cloud computing within Australian enterprises is expected to continue to grow, with the current total market value for public cloud infrastructure services is worth AU$305 million.
Microsoft's latest bundle of Windows Azure enhancements includes some new virtualization capabilities that ultimately may help blur the IaaS-PaaS distinction.
Cloud is big in Australia and New Zealand, and about to get bigger. IaaS and PaaS will be the fastest-growing cloud flavours in 2014, as businesses scramble to gain or maintain competitive edge.
OwnCloud, an open-source Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud vendor, is readying an Open Document Format editor to go with its open-source, private-cloud software.
Move to SAN storage boosts Offis cloud's IOPS, slashes latency, and provides quicker DR and a real-time compression rate of 40 to 50 percent.
Infrastructure as a Service is the less flashy version of cloud computing that is making a big impact on the enterprise. In this Q&A, Jason Hiner and Bill Detwiler talk about the current state of IaaS.
Cloud services are not one size fits all: you need to base your selections on individual needs.
Rather than charging headlong into putting their IT infrastructure into the cloud, many organisations are rightly taking a measured approach. We talk to the IT leaders behind three recent IaaS migrations.
Infrastructure as a Service is the fundamental basis of all cloud services. Here we look at how to get started with IaaS, what skills you'll need in-house and which applications will (and won't) thrive in the cloud.
Wondering whether your company should use one of the lesser known cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offerings? The global IT services company puts its offering to the test.
U.S. federal cloud spending is shooting up year-over-year, likely offsetting much of the disgruntled rumblings from cloud-wannabe's across the pond in Europe amid NSA spying.
Microsoft today announced the general availability of its IaaS offering and offered to price match AWS for storage, compute and network bandwidth in the cloud.
TechRepublic's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) survey reveals what companies say about current and future plans for the cloud, top vendors, and the benefits of a public versus private or hybrid cloud solution.
Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)—including storage and cloud compute services—remain the fastest growing segment of the market, according to the research firm, but high-growth emerging markets are where the money is.
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