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A robust architecture for digital assets to collect, analyze, and visualize data

In today's fast-paced technological landscape, a reliable and modern IT infrastructure is a vital element for business success. Various trends, such as the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), increased computational power, cloud technologies, and the Internet of Things (IoT), underscore the constant need for scaling and modernizing server infrastructure to meet growing business demands.

Trends and risks: 

Modern business processes are becoming increasingly dependent on IT infrastructure. However, many enterprises face risks due to outdated equipment and an inability to adapt to new technologies. Failure to modernize can lead to reduced service performance, low bandwidth, slow response to new data security threats, and an inability to recover after failures.

What does IT infrastructure encompass?

  • Server Infrastructure and Database Systems: 

The core of the entire system, including data storage, management, and access systems. Utilizing modern database technologies allows enterprises to ensure efficient management and seamless access to critical information.

  • Hyperconverged Solutions (HCI): 

A technology that combines essential storage, transmission, and computational capabilities into a single solution with high virtualization. It provides simplicity in deployment and scalability, automated infrastructure management, and cost reduction.

  • High-availability Clusters: 

A cluster of computing devices ensuring high availability and minimizing downtime. Essential for clients requiring continuous operation of systems and services with minimal data loss risk.

  • Backup and Recovery: 

Restoring data to the original or an alternative location where it can be used instead of lost or damaged data. Additional backup media can range from simple solutions to more significant ones, such as disk storage systems, cloud storage containers, or tape drives.

  • Virtualization: 

Each virtual machine operates under its own operating system  and behaves like an independent computer, though it works only on a portion of the actual underlying hardware. This ensures maximum utilization of computational power, allowing the creation of automated workflows for IT service management.

  • Application Performance Monitoring: 

Tracking key performance indicators of software services using monitoring software and telemetry data. Effective application performance monitoring helps identify and eliminate bottlenecks, ensuring maximum system performance and availability, optimizing response time, and improving the user experience.

Why is it important? 

A modernized IT infrastructure is the key to stability and the ability to outpace competitors. It ensures high performance, data reliability, and security, as well as flexibility in adapting to new market challenges.

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