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  • IaaS is considerably more than cloud hardware rental, as the purveyors you mentioned would be sure to tell you.

    Cloud Computing’s Three-Horse Race

  • Cyclone is not restricted to running the 19 applications mentioned above in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) manner (with others coming out shortly), but can also be used as raw computing to run homegrown code or any other Linux applications that HPC shops have a license to run (known as IaaS in the cloud lingo).

    The Register

  • Cyclone is not restricted to running the 16 applications mentioned above in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) manner (with others coming out shortly), but can also be used as raw computing to run homegrown code or any other Linux applications that HPC shops have a license to run (known as IaaS in the cloud lingo).

    Boycott Novell

  • Migrate from IaaS to CaaS and make Verizon's day (CaaS is Computing as a service, and what Verison calls their IaaS service)

    OakLeaf Systems

  • Govplace is providing the entire mainframe virtual tape solution to the County on an "Infrastructure as a Service" ( "IaaS") basis, using Govplace's design, implementation and management expertise to lower Orange County's upfront acquisition costs as well as their recurring operating costs.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • "This contradicts the conventional wisdom that because smaller companies lack IT skills, economies of scale, and cash for IT investment, they will be more interested in external service providers such as IaaS than larger companies," Gillett writes.

    Computerworld News

  • The differences in measurement are even more marked in what is becoming known as "platform as a service," which includes more elements than IaaS.

    Meet the Rainmakers

  • The biggest player in IaaS behind Amazon is U.S.-based Rackspace Hosting Inc. The 451 Group estimates that revenue from Rackspace's cloud services was $100 million in 2010, which the analysts say equals about one-third of Amazon's cloud-services income.

    Meet the Rainmakers

  • Amazon has a growing suite of Web services offering PaaS in addition to its raw IaaS offering.

    Meet the Rainmakers

  • IaaS definitely can be considered BYOAP – bring your own application platform – as well as your own specific apps and data (though, in the case of Amazon, they have a nice collection of data sources you might want to use).

    Cloud Computing’s Three-Horse Race

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  • Infrastructure as a Service

    July 27, 2013