Microsoft Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS) performs different functions than its alternate models, those being software as a service and platform as a service. IaaS scales up and down based on what you need, with payments only reflecting what you use. It simultaneously cuts down the expense and complexity of buying and managing multiple servers and infrastructure while also giving you full control of the elements you want to use.
There’s more to IaaS than cost cutting. There is a need for a physical server space, but the rest is handled through the cloud. Your business stands to benefit immensely from the different uses it provides. As a cloud services solution with multiple branches, there are many ways to utilize IaaS to enhance your own service offerings.