Converged Infrastructure

Beyond Virtualisation

In this day and age virtualization has become an important part of the IT infrastructure. The main reason to have virtualization in your IT infrastructure is to manage workloads by radically revolutionizing traditional computing, thanks to virtualization expanding has become a task of pushing some buttons.

Continuous Integration tools play a major role in today’s agile networks. This practice requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Everything is then checked by an automated build, this helps your team to detect problems faster than the traditional methods of troubleshooting.

iValue provides virtualization in servers, desktops and storage. With the rapid growth of your business it is important to scale up your storage and expand the existing infrastructure, with the help of virtualization and our experts your IT infrastructure can grow just as fast as your organization.

Software Defined Network

Software-defined networking(SDN) is a technology which allows admins to control the entire network from one place. SDN architecture enables dynamic, programmatically efficient network configuration which makes the process of network management perform faster and make the whole system more like a console of a cloud computing software.

iValue provides SDN services from HPE, VMware, Cisco and IBM. By deploying SDN in your IT infrastructure makes it simple to use and troubleshoot, fast, and gives your IT people ability to simplify and fast track tasks using automation.

SD Branch

To make the traditional branch network architecture perform even better a single, automated, centrally managed software-centric platform SD-Branch is needed. Networking a secondary office remotely is a very important and very challenging element for centralized IT organizations.

SD-Branch streamlines the branching of networks by collapsing multiple network functionalities into a single software platform.

Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud is the best solutions for companies who need the best of both worlds, the peace of mind which comes with on-premises hardware and the expandability and flexibility of third-party private and public cloud services. Hybrid clouds allow the workloads to move between the private and the public clouds according to the computing requirements. Hybrid cloud gives businesses immense flexibility and more data deployment options.