Infrastructure Automation

Infrastructure Automation

Efficiently manage services and applications across network and multi-cloud domains
though fast configuration, scalability and standardization of your IT infrastructure services

Legacy systems and manual intervention are reportedly the main constraints in achieving higher levels of service orchestration, assurance and automation. Service providers try to overcome these limitations and to standardize and automate their software environment.

In organizations with operations in several countries, standardization and tracking compliance with company standards is becoming a mandatory requirement that IT departments must meet, with maximum efficiency.

Advanced Automation Tools that help your business be more agile

Our automation designs and associated services are based on technologies such as KUBERNETES, OPEN SOURCE, PUPPET or CHEF.



It automates and simplifies configuration of infrastructure and internal systems.
It reduces time and costs associated to maintaining configurations according to company standards.
It tracks compliance of the applications installed on various systems to company standards.
It identifies deviations from standards & it acts in real time with no impact on regular operations.
It automates all ad-hoc tasks and it implements them at infrastructure level.

At the most basic level, infrastructure automation employs virtual containers grouping assets according to your policies and desired compliance. These containers – sometimes referred to as “networks” – can target specific components or apps, or entire systems, and they can cover any structure from single systems to regional sites. Each of these containers will be monitored and enforced, providing both compliance and speed.
This way, operational coherence is enabled, within security parameters, while eliminating human errors.

This approach eliminates all time-consuming processes, such as manual updates, app configuration, access rights setup, service pack installation at server or workstation level, individual app deployment.