Thinking of migrating your on premise infrastructure into Azure IaaS?
In short, Azure IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) gives you the ability to host your company’s servers in the cloud as virtual machines that you have complete control over. You can employ Windows Azure IaaS for leveraging the Cloud to grow your infrastructure without the need to invest in more physical server based hardware and storage, saving on CAPEX.
Main benefits of IaaS include geo redundant storage, which enhances the uptime and availability of your cloud based environment running in Azure IaaS. With geo-replication the customer’s Windows Azure data is replicated at no additional cost, between two locations hundreds of miles apart within the same region (i.e. between North and West Europe). Geo-replication is provided for additional data durability in case of a major data center disaster.
With Azure IaaS you can extend core infrastructure including DNS, Active Directory, DHCP & Windows/Linux VMs on to the Cloud. Migrate applications in a phased approach while maintaining a secure connection back to on-premises applications and data.