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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from BlueTree, is a Cloud Computing service where BlueTree manages data processing, storage and network resources.

With IaaS from BlueTree, companies can maximize the scope and performance of their IT resources, while optimizing costs.

What is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from BlueTree, enables productivity anywhere, increases efficiency, and delivers across hybrid environments and helps increase security.

IaaS eliminates the cost of configuring and managing physical data centers, making BlueTree IaaS a cost-effective choice for migrating to the cloud.

Pay-per-use (capacity-based pricing model) helps businesses reduce hardware costs and maintenance, and enables the customer's internal resources to focus on core business.

This service delivery is delivered according to ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 (information security) and ISO 9001: 2015 (quality).

Overview of IaaS benefits

  • Resources are used on request: and businesses only pay for the computing, storage, and networking resources that are actually used
  • Highly reliable and without point-of-failure: the service is extremely redundant with the highest availability
  • Upscaling and downscaling of resources is done quickly: according to the needs of the business
  • Data processing that maximizes performance: through supercomputers, computer networks and clusters
  • Cloud storage, backup and recovery: instead of local handling eliminates CAPEX needs
  • Better data and application security: than the security you achieve with local solutions

When do you need an IaaS service?

IaaS from BlueTree offers businesses storage, server and networking capabilities. If your business is going to launch a new product or initiative, the necessary computing infrastructure can be ready in a matter of hours with IaaS from BlueTree. This is an alternative to buying and maintaining private server rooms.

Accounting aspects such as moving CAPEX to OPEX are also considered one of the key benefits of IaaS. If you experience unpredictable workloads or the need to scale quickly, the service is a very cost-effective way to take care of operations.

IaaS is suitable for companies that are characterized by the following issues

  • Existing infrastructure is unable to keep up with the business growth in the business
  • The business has a low utilization rate of existing infrastructure
  • Local data warehouses are overwhelmed by excessive amounts of data
  • Local applications are perceived to have a low response time, which in turn affects productivity and creates frustration among employees
  • Capacity limitations affect application performance
  • The company rarely makes hardware updates

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