Datacenter Management and Migration

Data Center Management refers to tasked within a data center to manage technical and IT issues. This includes management of computer and server operations, large amounts of data, services and applications, and the protection and security of the data.
While some of these tasks must be directly managed, many can be automated, thereby reduce the number of on-site employees, eliminate unnecessary manual tasks, and reduce associated business costs.

Typical tasks in Datacenter management

  • Upgrading hardware and software/operating systems
  • Managing data distribution and storage
  • Backup processes
  • Emergency planning
  • Technical support
Datacenter Management
Datacenter Management

Why Ved Infosys?

+ Management of multiple vendors & associated equipment, applications and operating systems with different contracts, warranties, process, licenses, patches and upgrade processes.

+ Management of multiple data centers with different maturity levels, diverse equipment, processes, and procedures.
Maintain SLAs in complex environments where there are different requirements for application availability, data retention, speed of recovery, and network availability.

+ Monitor change where there are poor or no change control processes, antiquated equipment, and inability to keep infrastructure up to date.

+ Manage data center cost and reduced budget, where resources are procured based on “best-cost” – regardless if it is deployed at the “edge”, virtualized, or housed in a colocation. Additionally, energy and cooling costs remain a high percent of the budget.

+ Deploy new services and applications faster with limited understanding of resource availability – capacity, power, and space, as well as inconsistent policies and structure.

“We provide end-to-end management of computing environment to enable a secure and stable environment.”

  • Network Management
  • Server Management
  • Storage Management
  • Security Management
  • Virtualization


We are also provide the Proactive maintenance, which tries to identify and fix the root, cause equipment failures. As part of your maintenance plan, it can result in significant cost savings. It is different from reactive maintenance and preventive maintenance.


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