There are many different technologies and approaches to ensure that your data is safe and that your infrastructure and applications will be accessible 24/7 365 days a year. A question our clients often ask is “Can we afford that”? We always answer this question by asking “Can you afford not to?”
Our integrated engineering approach will help you achieve complete HA (High Availability) and redundancy on every level:
- internet access
- local routing and switching
- server/application, data storage
- datacenter access, remote user
- VPN access
For businesses, this approach simply means no downtime, no loss of data, no associated costs related to breakage of poorly designed infrastructure; and, positively, the end result is more robust security at a much lower cost. We do not deviate from these principals even for our smallest clients.
Why we are more efficient than our competitors and how we reduce the cost of the ownership:
- We have highly trained engineering personnel and many solutions are designed in-house.
- We deliver our security, network and system integration as one single engineering process.
- We work with multiple specialized networking equipment-platforms, and our engineers constantly learn about the functionality these equipment-platforms can offer. Equipment is carefully chosen for the task and to maximize its functionality.
- We work with multiple vendors and service providers and gradually integrate their services into our designs.
- We build our own servers and storage devices to optimize performance and reduce the costs.
- We have internal standardization and a management process that can give us a better prospective on what the outcome will be. We collect statistics and do a cost/outcome analysis.
- We integrate and provide our own support for many open source solutions.
Software and hardware solutions supported: Microsoft, VMware, Veeam, Nakivo, BSD, Debian, Ubuntu, Redhat, CentOS, Ceph, FreeNas. Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet, Mikrotik, Cisco, Dell Microsoft, AlienVault, Rapid7, Fatpipe, and custom servers built on Supermicro’s platform.