2014-12-09 11:13:00 UTC

When evaluating Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?


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Consultant

interoperability with the leading public clouds (AWS, GCE, Azure)

2015-04-22 08:32:00 UTC
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Real User

cost and support

2020-02-27 13:47:04 UTC
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Real User

Operating System. Sometimes the O/S can be vitally important. I've learned that lesson the hardway.

2020-01-22 13:15:53 UTC
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Top 5Real User

ROI and Security.

2018-01-31 16:16:51 UTC
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Vendor

Resilience, global footprint, low latency, a platform and tools to integrate with on-premises systems.

2016-03-15 17:34:27 UTC
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Vendor

Performance, capacity and capabilities

2016-01-14 10:19:17 UTC
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Vendor

Security, and yes, ROI too.

2015-10-26 15:26:37 UTC
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Vendor

ROI and variety of instance types

2015-10-18 21:33:36 UTC
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Vendor

"Criteria" is plural, so I'll say reliability and security.

2015-10-09 14:06:37 UTC
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Top 20LeaderboardUser

Obvisously I'll say ROI. Assuming going to the cloud will raise availability and lower cost.

2015-09-18 08:16:01 UTC
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Vendor

To Go Green Computing while researching on Iaas

2015-07-12 08:10:53 UTC
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Vendor

Security

2015-07-08 13:49:20 UTC
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Vendor

Stability

2015-03-01 18:52:20 UTC
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Consultant

Redundancy and WAN costs

2015-02-05 18:04:01 UTC
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