Head of Software IT Infrastructure Practice
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Head of Data Storage Systems Practice
+7 (495) 974-22-74 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Data Transfer Systems
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A modern approach to creating software IT infrastructure helps build a unified, efficient platform for business applications, reduce dependence on particular hardware vendors and solve IT tasks at software level.
Software-defined infrastructure combines data storage and processing systems, transmission networks, user workstations, and other solutions to support the daily work of employees. Such solutions help customers become independent of a particular hardware vendor since a software-defined data center allows for the use of a combination of hardware products from different manufacturers. Consequently, software-defined infrastructure makes administration of even the most complicated systems easier, requiring less human resources, minimizing errors and failures, and resulting in more stable IT performance, as well as more flexible, resilient, and effective business operations.
Software-defined infrastructure components
Integrated IT infrastructure is a platform which optimizes application software performance and allows for the interaction of application suites and includes standardized IT management engines, which reduce corporate IT infrastructure maintenance costs and provide an adequate level of security.
Integrated systems simplify management of workstations and applications, with centralized information storage helping geographically distributed organizations improve information security, while other benefits include reduced downtime through resource consolidation in a data center, thus improving the mobility of employees and allowing them to use their own devices and gadgets without any risk of sensitive information loss.
Solutions designed to manage and control data storage at software level help combine multi-vendor equipment into a cohesive storage environment, reconfigure it quickly when necessary, and control costs in real time.
Networks with flexible and scalable configurations can help geographically distributed organizations save on network maintenance. Such solutions reduce the number of network failures, simplify reconfiguration, and require fewer support specialists.
How it works