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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a type of cloud computing service in which we can offer virtualized computing resources

What virtualized computing resources includes?

Vertualized comuting recources includes servers, storage, and networking, over the internet. IaaS provides a range of resources that customers can use on a pay-as-you-go basis, which allows organizations to scale their infrastructure up or down as needed without the capital expense.

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Cost savings

By using IaaS, organizations can avoid the upfront costs of purchasing and maintaining their own hardware and infrastructure.


IaaS allows organizations to choose the resources they need and configure them to meet their specific requirements.


IaaS providers typically offer high levels of reliability and uptime, as they have redundant infrastructure and advanced disaster recovery capabilities.


IaaS providers typically offer robust security measures, including firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and data encryption.


 IaaS resources are accessible over the internet, which means that organizations can access them from anywhere in the world.

App modernisation

IaaS is great for organizations that are modernizing legacy applications that were not designed to handle the scale of modern workloads.

By offering high availability and uptime for workloads, increased integration for DevOps teams, organisations can streamline and maintain the modernisation of applications for teams.

Private cloud or public cloud?

Private clouds are designed for exclusive use by a single organization, while public clouds are available to multiple organizations such as

Here are some of the key differences between private and public clouds:

Ownership and control
Public clouds are owned and operated by third-party providers, and customers share the infrastructure with other users, unlike private clouds.
Public clouds are generally more scalable than private clouds, as the infrastructure is designed to support a large number of users and workloads.
Private clouds offer greater customization options, as the organization can tailor the infrastructure and services to meet their specific needs.
Private clouds can be more expensive to set up and operate, as the organization is responsible for purchasing and maintaining the infrastructure.
Private clouds are generally considered to be more secure than public clouds, as the organization has full control over the infrastructure and can implement security measures tailored to their specific needs.