IT Solutions Design and Architecture
Comprehensive Information Technology Solutions Design for new offices, data centers, migrations, infrastructure enhancement, Internet and private circuits, network services security. Project management expertise, assures successful deployment and operational support transition.
IT Infrastructure and Network Blueprinting
Development of IT Infrastructure and Network Blueprints utilizing a comprehensive, Layered Infrastructure Approach for Architecture (LIAA) Design Principle. A set of documents support the "As Built" or "Current State" in a referential book named the "Site Book", It becomes the authoritative source for the Organization's IT Architecture.
Office and Data Center Design for Technology Platform Hosting
The LIAA Design Principle for Information Technology architecture is excursively applied to Office or Data Center IT designs, emphasizing an overarching architecture for each Layer in the Platform. Elements are Technology Rooms, Electrical, Cooling, Wiring, Spanning Tree, Data Link, Network Addressing, Routing, IP Flows and Security boundaries.
Digital Age Businesses Demand Reliable and Effective IT Architecture
Organizations and Institutions rely on their technology platforms and servicing partners to effectively deliver services to customers. Such platforms demand proper IT Architecture and referential documentation to keep peers informed, understand changes, meet rigorous compliance requirements and parameters.
IT Infrastructure Architecture needs to Effectively Integrate with the "Cloud"
Business requirements and "New Development Operations" often demand flexible platforms for continuous back-end operations. Nearly all IT Infrastructure teams are faced with partly or whole migration of IT infrastructure to private, public or hybrid clouds. Unilogic IT Systems Design LIAA Design Principle helps clearly illustrate all layers and interactions for clear interaction.
When a skyscraper is brought to reality, there is a very good estimate it spent at least five to seven years on a drawing board. Architects and Engineers had to develop a vision, and idea! The concept had requirements, goals, had to meet codes and regulations. It had to be thoroughly thought, end-to-end. Many use-case scenarios were involved and virtually demonstrated. As architecture was completed, ground broke and building begun. After approximately 2 years, it was ready for occupancy. Over 75% of the time was devoted to Architecture and Engineering.
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When a structured IT Architecture plan is in place and well maintained, all IT departments and peers can reference to an updated set of documents, understand the environment and eliminate the guesswork. The building of the Infrastructure is based on the blueprints, therefore, your multi-million dollar technology investment is referenceable from blueprints and documents.