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It’s a busy and fast-moving world. Markets expand and contract, competitors dwindle or thrive, economies fluctuate and technology moves ever onward. Deploying IFS products on the Microsoft Azure cloud gives you the possibility to quickly adapt to change. It brings together a recognized leader in enterprise software with an outstanding cloud-based platform for providing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or a fully managed cloud.
IFS Cloud – IaaS on Microsoft Azure is a single-tenant IaaS option that enables customers to deploy IFS products on virtual servers in Microsoft Azure, rather than in their own data center. This option is great for customers who want to retain control over the application layer themselves, or who have an existing partner whom they wish to manage the IFS products for them.
IFS Managed Cloud on Microsoft Azure is a full-service, managed single-tenant offering where IFS manages the cloud infrastructure, operating system, database, middleware and IFS products. When you choose IFS Managed Cloud on Microsoft Azure, you sign one contract for one seamlessly integrated service—it’s that simple. By having IFS manage your environment, your company can leverage IFS’s expertise and the economics of the cloud without needing to retain costly skills and infrastructure. And you get the scale and agility inherently built into a cloud solution delivered on Microsoft Azure.
IFS Managed Cloud on Microsoft Azure is secure. Your solution is set up in a private environment and virtual network within Azure. Your data is in a single-tenant database not shared with others. This means you can control when you upgrade and also allows for key integrations you might need. One of the reasons IFS chose Microsoft Azure as the platform for IFS Managed Cloud was the high security and trust it receives.
Move your enterprise software to the cloud for greater business agility and lower cost.
Best in class midmarket organizations are twice as likely to have a cloud ERP solution. Download the Aberdeen Group report to discover why.
In this study, IFS measured the level of usage, awareness of and preference for software-as-a-service (SaaS) versus on-premise and other cloud-based delivery models when it comes to delivering mission-critical applications like ERP.