Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is a method of delivering computing, storage, networking, and other capabilities over the Internet. IaaS enables enterprises to use web-based operating systems, applications and storage without having to purchase, manage and support the underlying cloud infrastructure. Popular examples of IaaS platforms include Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft® Azure®.
IaaS emerged as a popular computing model in the early 2010's, and has since become the standard abstraction model for many types of workloads.
This study covers 312 companies around the world labeled in the "IaaS" category. All data on companies, acquisitions and founding rounds were extracted on December 9, 2019. Operations, rounds and companies founded after this date have not been included.
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