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Consumption Based IT

What is
Consumption-based is a pay-as-you-go model which aligns IT to capacity usage. This allows organizations to easily scale up to handle fluctuations in demand and changing market conditions. 

Organizations get personalized support to augment their IT teams, freeing up internal resources to focus on more value-added and innovative opportunities. This flexible hybrid IT model provides organizations with the ability to scale and grow fast without the burden of identifying and procuring new infrastructure. 


Nth has partnered with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to offer HPE GreenLake, an as-a-service offering that delivers on-demand capacity and planning, combining the agility and economics of public cloud with the security and performance of label, pay-per-use on-premises IT. 


Digital Transformation continues to accelerate across all industries, and organizations that do not keep up with this pace of change may become competitively disadvantaged. 


Organizations are realizing they need the right technology, processes, and IT business models to keep up with this accelerating pace. 


Cloud computing -- both public and private/hybrid implementations -- are providing the agility, flexibility, and on-demand consumption models needed to thrive in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace.  


Organizations now have as-a-service (aaS, XaaS) offerings that provide the on-demand capacity, planning, and management of hybrid cloud environments. 


Benefit 1

Cloud-like agility and economics, with on-premises control 

We are here to help. .

Nth Generation offers teams of tenured experts that provide the expertise and certifications needed to assist with your Consumption-based IT needs.   
Partner with Nth to determine:

Is consumption-based IT (pay-per-use model) right for your organization? 

What workloads should be deployed on-premises (under either CapEx or OpEx pay-per-use models) versus on public clouds to maximize cost savings and optimize workload performance, security, and availability? 

Can an on-premises pay-per-use deployment help improve your security posture & regulatory compliance? 

How would you score on a public cloud assessment that analyzes a complete set of security controls (choice of CIS Critical Security Controls or NIST framework), including process-related controls, cost trends, and optimization opportunities?  

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