Infrastructure as a Service

The delivery of cloud computing can be consumed in a variety of fashions.

The attributes most associated with cloud computing—rapid self-provisioning, automation, and capacity on-demand—offer something for both the business side and IT side of an organization.

IT benefits from available, flexible, and affordable computing resources. Business benefits from the ability to shift the balance from a capital expense model with a significant up-front commitment of funds to an operational expense model with a variable fixed cost aligned with business/IT needs. 

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The business benefits:

  • Available, flexible and affordable computing resources
  • Shift the balance from a capital expense model to an operational expense model
  • Fixed costs aligned with business/IT needs

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IFS

Logicalis provides a cloud-based infrastructure management solution we can offer to our customers that is competitive in the marketplace.
Rick Veague, IFS North America
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The good thing with Logicalis is they have a lengthy history with Conseco so they know where we’ve been and where we want to go and can tailor solutions for us based on that.
Jon Adams, Software Engineering Manager, Conseco
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If a customer experiences a spike in demand for compute resources, the Cisco UCS component automatically meets that demand.
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