Infrastructure as a Service

Get all the processing, storage, memory and networking capabilities you need, but without the time and expense of building and operating your own infrastructure.

With Infrastructure as a Service, you access the full might of ARO’s cloud-based infrastructure platform on a pay-per-use pricing model. This gives you instant access to the precise network infrastructure you need, without buying, building or maintaining a single piece of hardware.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud-based managed service where we deliver critical IT resources, such as servers, storage and networking, on demand, through a pay-per-use pricing model. This allows you to circumvent the costs and complexities of buying and maintaining physical servers and data centre infrastructure. 

Scale on demand

If you temporarily need more server space to support testing, or maybe a marketing promotion is causing a short-term spike in online visitors, we can scale up your infrastructure to support these requirements. As you learn more about the benefits of using IaaS, it’s this rapid and flexible scalability that often becomes the most compelling feature of our IaaS services.

  • Ongoing infrastructure cost management. Our IaaS pricing model ensures you pay for only the resources you need and use. 
  • Expert infrastructure management. We provide ongoing technical support and expert guidance on everything from optimising cloud performance to security and compliance.
  • Infrastructure performance tuning. We can easily scale IT resources up or down based on workload and user demand.
  • Private cloud, public cloud, or hybrid cloud. However you operate, our real-time infrastructure monitoring ensures consistent high performance across your networks.

As your catalogue of cloud applications expands and your user community grows, you don’t have to worry – Aro experts make sure your infrastructure can keep up. And if you need to scale down, we can help with that too.”

Our technical expertise

Infrastructure as a service. Only better.

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Microsoft Solutions Partner for Infrastructure

Market leading cloud-based infrastructure, such as Microsoft Azure, forms the backbone of our IaaS delivery.

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Reduce pressure on your IT team

When we to look after your infrastructure, your IT team gain more time and budget for strategic tasks.

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Continuous network connectivity

As part of our IaaS service level agreements (SLAs), we ensure continuous access to your SaaS services and other cloud-hosted information and applications.

Impact where it matters

No upfront costs

Substantial cost-savings are usually what first attracts businesses to find information about infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

Flexible infrastructure optimisation

For example, you can scale up your usage for a few weeks at a time in line with testing and development cycles.

Faster time to market

It’s the fastest method of migrating an application or workload to the cloud, from anywhere in the world.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing model that provides virtualised computing resources over the internet. It includes virtual machines, storage, and networking which allows users to scale their infrastructure without investing in physical hardware.

Some key benefits include rapid deployment, centralised management, flexibility, and the ability to access resources on-demand. Users can also scale their infrastructure up or down without the need for significant upfront investments.

Infrastructure as a Service provides basic computing infrastructure, while Platform as a Service (PaaS) offers a platform for application development, and Software as a Service (SaaS) delivers fully functional software applications

IaaS allows businesses to focus on their core operations without the burden of managing and maintaining physical hardware. It also offers flexibility and cost-effectiveness in meeting varying computing needs.

IaaS works by virtualising physical hardware resources and delivering them over the internet. This means that users can provision and manage virtual machines, storage, and networking components through a web-based interface, giving them on-demand access to computing resources.

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