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Server

Servers are one of the most important assets your company owns. Planning your servers provision is very strategic. we ensure your business data is stored securely, while retaining speed of access and cost efficiency. There are various types of servers from different manufacturers based on performance with the state-of-the-art processors. Your choice of servers also depends on size, scalability, flexibility, manageability, resiliency and others.

A tower server is intended for use as a server and built in an upright cabinet that stands alone. If space is not the major concern, more hard drives can be added to a single server. Easier cooling as the component density is low.

A rack server is a standard-size server designed to be mounted in a server rack constructed to fit into small spaces. Rack servers are the general purpose servers and can be used for a wide range of workloads. A range of rack servers are available for your need starting from a 2-socket server to multiple sockets.

A Blade server is similar to Rack Servers in contents with its own processors, memory and integrated network controllers. However, they are the modular component which fits along with other blades in a server chassis. The chassis provides consolidated resources such as power, cooling and networking, which are shared across all the blades within the chassis. A blade server is designed to provide greater

Recent advances in compute, networking and storage technologies have put high performance computing (HPC) — and thus data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). HPC servers are designed to execute highly complex and compute-intensive tasks in real-time with high performance computing infrastructure.


Storage

Any business is driven by data. Data storage solutions are meant to reliably store data and access easily when needed. Data storage needs are rapidly increasing. Neoteric provides a wide range of storage options; network-level storage in the form of a Storage Area Network (SAN) or Network Attached Storage (NAS), cloud data storage for essential offsite backup. In the past few years, flash storage technology and all-flash arrays have grown in use for their flexibility and scalability.
Storage economics are redefined with scalable products that allow you to expand storage on demand, adapt to business needs and intelligently manage your data.

Network Attached Storage is a file-based storage system through which sharing files stored on the network with users is possible without affecting the network system. Enterprises looking to take advantage of big data and IoT, NAS is a good choice. The focus is on ease of use, manageability, scalability, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). NAS typically ties into the network through a standard Ethernet connection.

Network Attached Storage is a file-based storage system through which sharing files stored on the network with users is possible without affecting the network system. Enterprises looking to take advantage of big data and IoT, NAS is a good choice. The focus is on ease of use, manageability, scalability, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). NAS typically ties into the network through a standard Ethernet connection.

Data backup and protection are subjected to data protection, data availability and data reporting. The systems are designed to avoid data loss and downtime. Reduce risks and Mitigate threats with secure backups and high availability protection storage. Our solutions give IT managers the confidence that critical information and systems are protected across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures, and that data can be rapidly recovered and services restored. We help take the complexity out of data protection with systems that let you align protection policies with data value to help ensure continuity.


Hyper Converged Infrastructure

A Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) is basically an integrated platform for compute, storage and networking resources. It typically consists of multiple compute nodes, hypervisors for virtualization of resources, networking switches and a smart management software to take care of the resources. The system is well engineered for data protection, backup, redundancy and disaster recovery abilities, reducing data center complexities.

The HCI environment is easy to use, with greater scalability and resource efficiency. Companies can start small and grow resources as needed.


Data Protection

The key principles of data protection are to safeguard and make available data under all circumstances. Data availability ensures users have the data they need to conduct business even if the data is damaged or lost.
For the data protection, there are appliances that combine backup, replication, deduplication, search, analytics, instant access and restore, as well as DR and long-term retention to the Cloud. Another area where data protection technologies are coming together is in the merging of backup and disaster recovery (DR) capabilities.

Key Features

  • Comprehensive and complete data protection for the largest application ecosystem
  • Customer-installable/upgradable/scalable appliances
  • High performance and data portability
  • Expand to the cloud with native cloud DR and long-term retention add-on capabilities

Virtualization

In a typical data center, many of the servers sit idle as the workload is distributed to only some of the servers on the network. Hardware resources, power, support are expensive. So, the concept of virtualization is introduced in order to optimize resource utilization by partitioning physical servers into several multiple virtual servers. Each virtual environment runs its own operating system and applications. Virtualizing servers is often a good solution for small- to medium-scale applications.
Virtualizing a server can directly save money on IT costs, reduce number of servers, save energy consumption.


Database

A database is a collection of data treated as a unit which is used to store and retrieve related information. With the volume of data, there are problems of information management which can be resolved by a database server. In general, a server reliably manages a large amount of data in a multiuser environment so that many users can concurrently access the same data. All this is accomplished while delivering high performance. A database server also prevents unauthorized access and provides efficient solutions for failure recovery.
There are two common ways to architect a database: client/server or multitier.
Neoteric offers the database solutions and information management. Solutions based on the requirement and also the licenses and support on major world class database products.


Applications

  • Operating systems and office packages
  • Antivirus, web application firewalls
  • VoIP and industrial meetings
  • Software defined WAN
  • IOT & Big Data
  • Network Management System
  • Enterprise Resource Management
  • Customer Relationship Management