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24*7 Remote Monitoring


Data Center

Setup Guidelines

Site Space & Layout

    • Main Area
    • Equipment Area
    • Expansion


Cabling Infrastructure

    • Backbone cabling
    • Fiber Cabling
    • UTP Cabling
    • Communication Links

Tiered reliability

    • Tier 1: Basic Availability
    • Tier 2: Redundant  Component
    • Tier 3 : Concurrently Maintainable
    • Tier 4 : Fault Tolerant.

Environmental factors

      • Power
      • Cooling
      • Humidity
      • Raised Floors
      • Noise Level


      IT Security Services 

      "A way to protect your

      Valuable Data ...

      • Intrusion Detection
      • Firewall Protection
      • E-mail Filtering
      • Application Performance Management
      • Vulnerability Assessment
      • Data Management
      • Service Management
      • Identity Management




Cloud Computing


What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is a modern technology model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources like , networks, servers, storage, applications that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.


An emerging computing paradigm where data and services reside in massively scalable data centers and can be ubiquitously accessed from any connected devices over the internet.


  • Cloud Delivery Models


    • Software as a Service (SAAS)
    • Platform as a Service (PAAS)
    • Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS)


    Software As A Service (SAAS)

    Application is used as an on demand service. No hardware or software to manage
    Service delivered through a browser

    Example: Google App & Flicker

    Platform As A Service (PAAS)

    Example: Google App Engine,Mosso,


    Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS)

    Access to infrastructure stack:
    Full OS access
    Load balancing

    Examples: Amazon Web Services

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    Cloud Computing Pros & Cons

      1. Pros

    • Cheap
    • Scales
    • Minimal start up costs  


  • Cons

    • Vendor lock-in
    • Portability very hard
    • Single point of failure 






  • Private Cloud Computing



    Improve IT efficiency and agility while enhancing security and choice with a private cloud built on VMware


    The Vision for Private Cloud

    Private clouds presents a shift from a model where everything is customized to one of standardization. The move to private cloud represents an industrial revolution for IT, applying industrial manufacturing techniques to the provisioning of IT services, gaining standardization and automation.


    Traditional Management

    • Static bindings between processes, applications, and infrastructure
    • Change is carefully planned, risky, manual, and slow
    • Heterogeneous elements and processes across silos
    • Management software executes to the lowest common denominator


    Private Cloud Management

    • Dynamic relationships across all layers of the technology stack
    • Change is constant and automated
    • Massive standardization and high-level abstraction
    • Day-to-day is automated; management tools should focus on higher order tasks