We are experts when it comes to modern IT infrastructures. Modern does not automatically mean cloud. Neither does on-premises automatically exclude cloud computing. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide on the deployment option. We support you on the way to the optimal IT infrastructure, from the inventory to the analysis to the finished documentation and training.
We place the appropriate hardware, software and licenses, install and configure the systems and take care of the network connection on site and the setup on your clients. Our range of services is rounded off by services such as administration, proactive support, training and support.
If you are planning to modernize your server environment and need additional capacity, we will be at your side as your contact partner to ultimately identify the right constellation.
Even if you plan to take the on-premises approach, this does not rule out a hybrid approach. On the contrary, hybrid provision gives you the best of both worlds. A possible scenario would be the provision of business critical areas on in-house servers, but also the outsourcing of test and development environments to the cloud.
Redundant server systems (clusters) ensure maximum availability. For storage virtualization, we rely on DataCore storage software. By virtualizing the storage hardware, DataCore maximizes the performance, availability and utilization of the IT infrastructure. Managing the combined storage capacity of different devices in a shared pool prevents wasted storage space. Different storage systems communicate easily with each other, reducing complexity and preventing downtime.
For maximum security and availability, all important storage technology components are designed redundantly.
In the event of a power outage, the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) enables a controlled shutdown of the systems and bridges the time until the power supply is restored. This is especially important for server and storage virtualization to prevent data loss.
As an integral part of a modern IT infrastructure, virtualization has become an integral part of everyday working life. From the simple provision of operating systems and software to the better use of resources through server consolidation and central administration, the field of application of virtualization is broad.
If you decide to provide servers as virtual machines, virtualization decouples the operating system from the physical hardware. This allows existing hardware resources to be shared: