Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)

Digital transformation is key to business success, and with it comes the need to support big data, artificial intelligence, and the hybrid cloud while also meeting the fast-growing demands of traditional workloads. Current IT infrastructure weighs data centers down with sluggish arrays of hard-to-manage components, preventing them from keeping up with the quick-turnaround demands of business and the cloud. HCI converges the entire datacenter stack, including compute, storage, networking, and virtualization. Complex and expensive legacy infrastructure is replaced by a platform running on turnkey, industry-standard servers that

enable enterprises to start small and scale one node at a time. By centralizing resources and management, HCI lowers costs, reduces complexity, and alleviates staff burdens while raising performance.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Run and managed through your data center, VDI involves a virtual desktop image that is delivered over a network to an endpoint device, which allows the user to interact with the operating system and its applications as if they were running locally. The server deploys them on request, while the user can access it using a traditional PC, thin client device or a mobile device from any location. In VDI, desktop computing takes place on your server, rather than at the endpoint device, so the hardware requirements for the endpoint are lower. This potentially makes the investment in an endpoint device lower, and it may be easier to support a diverse range of

remote and mobile devices. Because all data lives in the data center, any loss of an endpoint device limits the exposure of the data that is not stored in the device.

Hybrid Cloud

A hybrid cloud combines a public cloud and a private cloud by allowing data and applications to be shared between them. As the computing and processing demand varies, hybrid cloud computing gives your business the ability to seamlessly scale your on-premises infrastructure up to the public cloud to handle any overflow, without giving third-party data centers access to the entirety of your data. You can use the public cloud for basic and non-sensitive computing tasks, while keeping business-critical applications and data on-premises, safely behind a firewall.

Servers and Storage

Servers run data and enterprise applications optimally, helping achieve breakthrough performance and cost efficiencies for business-critical workloads. They mitigate security threats by protecting critical data with built-in data encryption, application memory protection, and advanced security features without compromising on application or database performance. Servers simplify system administration and reduce costs. Meanwhile, data storage needs are on the rise across all enterprise sizes, and this trend appears to be continuing. Adapting to data growth and the necessity to store requires selecting the best storage management software and data

storage solutions. Comprehensive flash and storage solutions help evolve the role of IT by delivering solutions upto 64% faster. Moreover, advanced storage efficiencies reduce operational costs. Netcominfra Pvt. Ltd. helps you leverage the right server and storage options to transform your data center’s capabilities and gain a competitive advantage for your organization.

Converged Data Center

Converged Data Center is a hardware-defined solution that combines computing, networking, storage, systems administration, and software into a preconfigured package that operates as a singular system. Since it consolidates multiple functions, the converged architecture greatly reduces costs associated with power, cooling, and cabling in the data center. It is much easier to manage because everything is contained within a preconfigured, converged system, providing a single point of contact for maintenance and service. This technology makes scaling easy due to its modular design. Increasing compute, memory, or storage is a simple

matter of adding pre-configured modules that provide predictable capacity increases. Since converged infrastructure is centralized and easy to manage, it tends to be highly compatible with cloud computing architecture, especially when it comes to integrating with a private or hybrid deployment.

Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

Your organization and users rely on data centers to be up and running 24×7. With the emergence of cloud-based technologies, data center infrastructure and uptime has become a prominent factor when it comes to internet-based tools. As a result, business continuity factors for data centers have become increasingly important, and downtime prevention is more critical than ever. Having a plan in place helps to create a proper backup system, provide immediate access to important files and provide critical data security. Our Business Continuity Plan involves identifying business functions that are essential for your company’s operations and establishing

processes to keep them running with as little or no downtime. Once the essential business functions, and planned and unplanned downtime scenarios are identified, developing a business continuity plan involves conducting a business impact analysis to identify vulnerabilities, evaluate the consequences of an interruption in business operations and determine what contingencies need to be put in place to address the risks.

Backup Solutions

What happens if your organization loses its data? Since data is your organization’s most critical corporate asset, loss of data can have significant financial consequences — unproductive employees, dissatisfied clients, lost sales, and additional costs. If your organization is subject to compliance regulations, you can also be in a non-compliant state, pay high fines, and incur brand damage. With the volume of data exploding and the IT landscape evolving to hybrid cloud environments, protecting all of your data ensures business continuity. Netcominfra Pvt. Ltd.’s backup solutions deliver easy, complete and safe data protection for your entire environment, unifying backup of your on-premise systems and cloud workloads.