In HaaS as per the customer budget and requirement we provide different hardware on rental basis. We take entire responsibility of installation, monitoring and maintenance. The HaaS model can be a useful for small or mid-sized businesses to provide employees with state-of-the-art hardware in a cost-effective manner.
HaaS serves the following purposes in managed services:
1. Involves a contract for the maintenance and administration of hardware systems. This type of service may be remote or on site, depending on the hardware setup requirements.
2. Helps users manage hardware licensing requirements.
In collective computing environments, HaaS participants often use Internet Protocol (IP) connections to utilize the computing power of remote hardware. A user sends data to a provider, and the provider’s hardware performs necessary actions to the data and then sends back the results. These types of agreements help individual businesses lease computing power, rather than invest in additional on-site hardware.
Some of the most popular types of HaaS models are classified as cloud computing services, in which data storage media and even active computing hardware are components of a remotely provisioned service for users.
The HaaS model can be a cost-effective way for small or mid-sized businesses to provide employees with state-of-the-art hardware in a cost-effective manner. HaaS can be contrasted with infrastructure-as-a service (IIS) and managed hosting, procurement models in which the hardware is housed at the MSP’s site.