Infrastructure

The term infrastructure in an information technology (IT) context refers to an enterprise's entire collection of hardware, software, networks, data centers, facilities and related equipment used to develop, test, operate, monitor, manage and/or support information technology services.

The fields of IT management and IT service management rely on IT infrastructure, and the ITIL framework was developed as a set of best practices with regard to IT infrastructure. Enterprise IT infrastructure typically refers to components required for the existence, operation and management of an enterprise IT environment. It can be internal to an organization and deployed within owned facilities, or deployed within a cloud computing system, or a combination thereof.

Competitor research & analysis

Emerging technologies such as the SMAC stack have changed the IT infrastructure landscape across organizations and domains. To keep up with the market and retain their competitive edge, organizations have to overhaul legacy infrastructure to modernize enterprise functioning and ultimately improve profitability.

It can help organizations streamline and modernize processes across complex IT landscapes.

Business planning & strategy

Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we present exciting new ventures:

  • Monitoring Network Traffic
  • Troubleshooting Connectivity to the Internet
  • Troubleshooting Server Services
  • Planning & Maintenance

We are always looking for specific approach to each cases.

Our hard work propel to a speed so fast that has no choice but to ride with a winner.

  • IT service desk.
  • Enterprise systems & network management.
  • Data center consolidation and hosting.
  • Project management and governance.
  • Cloud hosting (AWS)

We can helps you to choose a new direction which utilizes resources.

Specializations

Infrastructure is the foundation or framework that supports a system or organization. In computing, information technology infrastructure is composed of physical and virtual resources that support the flow, storage, processing and analysis of data. Infrastructure may be centralized within a data center, or it may be decentralized and spread across several data centers that are either controlled by the organization or by a third party, such as a colocation facility or cloud provider.

A data center infrastructure also requires careful consideration of IT infrastructure security. This can include physical security for the building, such as electronic key entry, constant video and human surveillance of the premises, carefully controlled access to the server and storage spaces, and so on. This ensures only authorized personnel can access the data center hardware infrastructure and reduces the potential for malicious damage or data theft.

Servers, computers, data centers, switches, hubs and routers, etc.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), productivity applications and more

Human users, such as network administrators (NA), developers, designers and generic end users with access to any IT appliance or service are also part of an IT infrastructure, specifically with the advent of user-centric IT service development.