Infrastructure-as-a-Service: Cloud Computing

Organisations of every type, size, and industry are using the cloud for a wide variety of use cases, such as corporate data access, disaster recovery, email, virtual desktops and servers, software development and testing, big data analytics, and customer-facing web applications.

For example, healthcare companies are using the cloud to develop more personalised treatments for patients. Financial services companies are using the cloud to power real-time fraud detection and prevention. And video game makers are using infrastructure-as-a-service to deliver online games to millions of players around the world.

You can have all of your servers and services, hosted, managed, supported, and billed in Amazon’s cloud by Create IT.

Our engineers are fully versed in these core AWS services, and many more.

  • Compute
    Amazon EC2
    [Virtual Servers in the Cloud]
  • End User Computing
    Amazon WorkSpaces
    [Desktop Computing Service]
  • Storage
    Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
    [Scalable Storage in the Cloud]
  • Networking & Content Delivery
    Amazon VPC
    [Isolated Cloud Resources]
  • Governance
    Amazon CloudWatch
    [Monitor Resources and Applications]
  • Management
    AWS Management Console
    [Web-based User Interface]

We explain the major benefits of working in the Cloud in this 2 minute video.

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What Are the Benefits?


The cloud gives you easy access to a broad range of technologies so that you can innovate faster and build nearly anything that you can imagine. You can quickly spin up resources as you need them–from infrastructure services, such as compute, storage, and databases, to Internet of Things, machine learning, data lakes and analytics, and much more.

Cost Savings

The cloud allows you to trade capital expenses (such as data centres and physical servers) for variable expenses, and only pay for IT as you consume it. Plus, the variable expenses are much lower than what you would pay to do it yourself because of the economies of scale.


With cloud computing, you don’t have to over-provision resources up front to handle peak levels of business activity in the future. Instead, you provision the amount of resources that you actually need. You can scale these resources up or down to instantly grow and shrink capacity as your business needs change.


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