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How to choose an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider?
Thinking of Infrastructure as a Service, chances are that you would think of Rackspace, Verizon Cloud or Amazon Web Services. Where Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine are relatively new entrants, Amazon Web Services has been around with the likes of Rackspace. Opting to work with one provider over another is based on a myriad of factors of which many might be decided by the developer. The basic idea of Infrastructure as a Service is that you configure virtual machines, deploy and run them virtually from a set of dispersed locations, but each provider offers many options from storage to compute to database to development options. Knowing your development and hosting requirements will simplify choices greatly.  Some providers also charge less for advance reservation of resources, which might work out cheaper that the pay-as-you-go model. For example, Rackspace offers close to 20 % discount for advance reservation for a period of 6, 12, 18 or 24 months.
http://www.nalashaa.com/choose-an-infrastructure-as-a-service/

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Cloud Based Learning Management
We designed a system which focused on the end user and worked to build a highly usable solution to enable maximum acceptance. They envisioned having a customizable platform where every professional can plan their career growth and work towards achieving it.
http://www.nalashaa.com/portfolio/cloud-based-learning-management/

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Highly skilled and sustainable cloud Computing Management

Mobile, web and backend product development brought together on the cloud through a cost effective off shore solution.

A team which questions, fine tunes and implements the requirements and architecture, proposed by their solution architects to bring about business transformation and delivery excellence.
http://www.nalashaa.com/portfolio/cloud-computing-development-center/
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