1 NIL HYPERCENTER TRANSFORMATION OF IT INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEW STRATEGIC CORE OF YOUR COMPANY
2 THE OBJECTIVES ARE KNOWN To support operations, boost productivity and efficiently manage the required resources. Well-known objectives that rapid technological and business changes, accumulating poorly connected solutions, a growing range of services and budgetary constraints, make increasingly harder for IT departments to meet. IT managers are facing a challenging task to demonstrate the commercial value of IT and its contribution to the economic recovery of companies under these harsh economic conditions. It is clear that hitherto established approaches no longer suffice and a more radical transformation is needed.
3 THE PATH IS NEW Virtualization technologies and private clouds with dynamic s ready for business changes at any point in time offer a new way to boost the commercial value of IT. By introducing standardization and automation, they lay a strong foundation for a rapid, exceptionally flexible and economic introduction of new services for your users without introducing any additional or non-standard components in a time-consuming and complex way, facilitating utilization of the resources available to companies that can thus rapidly increase their capacities when needed. OUR ANSWER: NIL HYPER CENTER The architecture that companies can avail of via a comprehensive and NIL's modular design solution is a result of a new approach to the development, building and functioning of the modern IT core data centers. Organizations can avail of a monitored and well thought-out shift from current static s to state-of-the-art dynamic s with a considerably greater and faster ability to adapt to business requirements and to substantially reduce business risks. The basic guidelines of the are comprehensive merging and virtualization of the entire IT core. Merging facilitates centralization of all core IT resources into state-of-the-art data centers, whereas the virtualization of all hardware components such as servers, clients, networks and network service facilitates the separation of hardware and services. The data center thus turns into a range of joint components that you can freely apply to existing and new services upon request.
4 WHY NIL HYPERCENTER? NEW SERVICES OBTAINED IN A SIMPLE WAY By virtualizing hardware resources, HyperCenter facilitates the creation of production environments for new services, the development of service prototypes and the drawing up of trial environments usually all that without having to upgrade your hardware or re-applying already tested and known solutions. WILLINGNESS TO GROW supports the allocation of additional capacities to a specific application process without a hardware upgrade. If such an upgrade is, however, required from time to time, additional capacities are immediately rendered available to all processes applying the. ADVANCED TAILORED MANAGEMENT Centralized resources simplify a multitude of management processes and facilitate inventory management. The established can be managed and monitored by your company in full or low-level processes can be managed by NIL. Regardless of the selected management method, your company always has a full oversight of the 's operations. SIMPLIFIED MAINTENANCE AND COMPREHENSIVE ASSISTANCE Systems, applications and their communication flows that form part of the NIL Hyper- Center architecture are implemented via a logical in which the majority of operational interventions can be carried out without having to disrupt your business processes. You can avail of the entire range of NIL Assist assistance services that provide for an optimum and reliable functioning of your or NIL can take over the management of your as a whole. Throughout the entire life cycle of the, an exceptionally fast response and rectification of defects as well as tactical and strategic assistance in all operational and development challenges are provided. CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS The architecture has been designed for critical business processes, thus providing you with a wide range of mechanisms that provide for high reliability of your : from continuous and defect-resistant uptime to comprehensive disaster protection by duplicating the entire data center at several geographical locations STANDARDIZED SECURITY Data center virtualization significantly facilitates the implementation of security risk reduction mechanisms. You can separate resources that were too expensive or complex to be separated before and introduce standardized security services for all application processes. Standardized security mechanisms that are easier to monitor facilitate a consistent and comprehensive provision of security.
5 IT DEPARTMENT NEEDS AND OBJECTIVES TRADITIONAL IT INFRASTRUCTURES AND DATA CENTRES HOW IS NIL HYPERCENTER INTRODUCED INTO YOUR ENVIRONMENT? EFFICIENCY INTRODUCTION OF NEW SERVICES Low because of organic growth and complex nature Time-consuming because new components need to be added High because of a comprehensively virtualized Fast because tested solutions are re-applied The architecture is introduced into your environment in a highly monitored manner that includes the drawing up of detailed plans, implementation on the basis of the prescribed guidelines and extensive testing of capacities and reliability before the architecture is actually introduced. In relation to the needs of our clients and their business and technological environments, NIL PERFORMANCE Low, lack of human resources in many cases High because of an uniform has developed three basic architecture versions, which can be additionally adapted to the local IT environment of a specific client or the shift from one version to EXTENSIBILITY RELIABILITY SECURITY Challenging because applications are closely integrated with the Selective, on an application-to-application basis Non-transparent security islands Simple because the applications are independent from the Standardized for all applications without any additional components Standardized virtualized security services another can be facilitated. Foundation This architecture is intended for medium-sized organizations whose main objective is to improve the flexibility of operations. Enterprise This architecture is intended for large organizations that not only require flexibility, but also greater security, reliability and manageability of their data center. Enterprise NonStop This architecture is intended for large organizations with the highest reliable functioning requirements. MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT Heterogeneous tools for various resources Standardized mechanisms of management and control This architecture includes the basic server, network and storage resource virtualization components. This architecture includes Foundation architecture components as well as state-of-the-art high accessibility, security and increasability components. This architecture includes Enterprise components as well as the components required for the continuous uptime of your resources. INTEGRATION INTO THE EXISTING ENVIRONMENT All virtualization solutions that form part of the architecture are linked to and included in the existing environment, facilitating a gentle shift to a more efficient functioning and preservation of your investments in the existing.
6 COMPARISON BETWEEN NIL'S CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES Flip IT Flex IT Typical clients SMEs SMEs, internet application providers (SaaS), SMEs, cloud computing service providers Resources are monitored by Public cloud (shared monitoring between the client and NIL) Public cloud (shared monitoring between the client and NIL) Private cloud (fully monitored by the client) Key characteristics Easy to use, price, higher level of IT services than hitherto High level of security, reliability, and flexibility in a public Minimum risk and maximum control Service scope Fully externally carried out entire IT External managemen or server application platform IT services on the client's managed by the client or NIL Cloud computing service model SaaS IaaS and PaaS IaaS Service level provision Basic-level service provision Basic- to exceptionally high-level service provision Basic- to exceptionally high-level service provision Service NIL's public cloud NIL's public cloud Owned or rented by the client, at the client's premises
NIL OPERATE COMPREHENSIVE IT ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT MODEL ARE YOU STILL ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH BUSINESS TRENDS? More and more business user requirements, market challenges and rapidly evolving IT technologies
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