Software defined Datacenter

Computing, Storage, Virtualization, OS: Windows, Linux, and Unix Platform

Wireless and Networking

Switching Routing, Firewall, VPN, Wireless Access Point

Digital Workspace Solutions

Unified Communication, Virtual Desktop, Cloud, CBM, Microsoft Exchange

Digital Infrastructure Solutions

Digital Infrastructure

Digital infrastructure solutions encompass a variety of technologies and services designed to support the efficient, secure, and scalable operation of digital systems and applications. These solutions form the backbone of modern IT environments and are essential for businesses to effectively manage their digital assets and workflows.

1. Networking Infrastructure

  • Networking hardware such as routers, switches, firewalls, and access points to facilitate communication and data transfer within and between networks.
  • Network management software for monitoring, configuring, and optimizing network performance, security, and availability.
  • Software-defined networking (SDN) and network virtualization technologies for centralized control and automation of network resources.

2. Compute Infrastructure

  • Servers, including physical servers and virtual machines (VMs), to host applications, databases, and other workloads.
  • Virtualization platforms such as hypervisors or containerization technologies to maximize resource utilization and flexibility.
  • Edge computing solutions for processing data closer to the point of generation to reduce latency and bandwidth usage.

3. Storage Infrastructure

  • Storage systems, including storage area networks (SANs), network-attached storage (NAS), and object storage, to store and manage digital data.
  • Data protection and backup solutions to ensure data integrity, availability, and recoverability in case of hardware failures or data loss.
  • Storage management software for provisioning, monitoring, and optimizing storage resources.

4. Security Infrastructure

  • Security appliances and software, such as firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS), antivirus/antimalware solutions, and encryption tools, to protect against cyber threats.
  • Identity and access management (IAM) solutions for controlling and managing user access to digital resources.
  • Security information and event management (SIEM) platforms for centralized logging, analysis, and reporting of security events.

5. Cloud Infrastructure

  • Public cloud platforms, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), offering scalable computing, storage, and networking resources on-demand.
  • Private cloud solutions for organizations requiring dedicated infrastructure for enhanced security, compliance, or performance.
  • Hybrid and multi-cloud architectures for combining on-premises infrastructure with public and private cloud services for flexibility and workload optimization.

6. Monitoring and Management Tools

  • Monitoring and performance management software for real-time visibility into the health, performance, and availability of digital infrastructure components.
  • Configuration management tools for automating the provisioning, deployment, and configuration of IT resources.
  • Orchestration and automation platforms for streamlining IT operations, workflows, and processes.

7. Edge Computing Infrastructure

  • Edge computing hardware and software deployed at the network edge to process and analyze data locally, closer to the source or destination, for reduced latency and improved efficiency.
  • Edge devices, including sensors, gateways, and IoT devices, for collecting and transmitting data from the physical environment to edge computing nodes.