High costs and longer deployment times due to manual provisioning and configuration of IT infrastructure
Inefficiencies in scaling and enabling agility in the infrastructure due to time-consuming manual transition in response to changing business needs
Overprovisioning and underutilization of resources lead to wastage and increased costs
Increased risk of misconfigurations and security vulnerabilities with non-standardized and inconsistent infrastructure components
Our Automated Infrastructure Management Services Include
Infrastructure provisioning: Reducing deployment time and effort with consistent provisioning of resources with advanced automation tools
Configuration management: Ensuring consistency and adherence to desired configurations through automated configuration management
Orchestration and deployment: Orchestrating complex deployments and managing dependencies by leveraging advanced automation tools for deployment
Infrastructure as Code (IaC): Enabling version control, collaboration, and reproducibility by providing Infrastructure as Code (IaC) frameworks for IT infrastructure automation.
Monitoring and self-healing: Enabling monitoring and self-healing with cutting-edge infrastructure management tools to automate the remediation of infrastructural issues and scaling requirements
Opus Fosters Scalability and Agility With IT Infrastructure Automation
Increases efficiency and productivity while reducing manual error by streamlining processes for configuration, provisioning, and infrastructure management
Provides competitive edge by expediting time to market with smart infrastructure automation for deploying applications and services
Facilitates agility, and scalability with differentiated cloud infrastructure automation
Optimizes resource utilization and costs by eliminating overprovisioning and human error
Ensures security, compliance, and consistency by standardizing configuration and management of infrastructure components across the organization
Enhances stability and reliability of the infrastructure environments by automated monitoring and incorporating self-healing mechanisms
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Frequently asked questions
Automated (IT) infrastructure management is the use of sophisticated technology solutions to effectively control and monitor complex and remote physical and digital technology infrastructures, such as software, hardware, networks, operating systems, and storage needed to deliver IT services.
The primary goals of infrastructure management are to make IT operations as cost-efficient, fast, and hands-off as possible across all the aspects of public, private, or hybrid cloud environments.
Infrastructure management serves many purposes – accelerates provisioning, provides greater visibility, optimizes costs, facilitates virtual tool sprawling, identifies and reduces waste, and enhances workflows by minimizing human intervention.
An automation system consists of three broad subsystems – instrumentation subsystem (manipulators, control subsystem (processor), and human interface subsystem (input).