Critical Computing Overview
What does Critical Computing mean to you? At KeyInfo™ it means everything. From highly available compute platforms, to geographically dispersed compute farms, and everything that keeps them up and running, Key Information Systems specializes in providing the solid foundation you want to build your business on. Here are just a few of the ways that Key Information Systems can keep your critical computing from going critical mass.
Enterprise Class Systems
An Enterprise Class System isn’t a thing, it is a technology eco-system where being the best isn’t good enough, it is simply the start. Key Information Systems specializes in the design and implementation of these high-performance, highly resilient environments for our clients. From localized high-availability environments, to geographically dispersed clusters, or somewhere in between, KeyInfo has the expertise and experience to design a solution that meets the demands of your business.
Cleaner – Converged infrastructures let you reduce the number of cables and upstream ports, streamlining your datacenter. The resulting simpler setup makes for a cleaner datacenter that’s easier to manage and maintain.
Manageability – Physical devices (servers, storage, networking) won’t manage themselves, but converged infrastructures from Key Information Systems provide a management platform that delivers enhanced automation and orchestration.
Lower Operating Costs – The shared power sources and cooling functions in our converged infrastructures use energy more efficiently. Dense data storage and physical compactness also help reduce your monthly operating costs. Bottom line: these systems can save you money.
Decreased Complexity – Take advantage of pre-integrated hardware and software bundles developed by your chosen vendor when you chose to integrate one of our converged infrastructure platforms.
Cloud Enablement – A converged infrastructure enables your organization to develop a private cloud for data storage and collaboration. This can also help prepare your organization to expand to a hybrid cloud, in order to handle elastic needs, or even adopt a public cloud model.