INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGIES

The term infrastructure in the information technology (IT) context refers to an enterprise's entire collection of hardware, software, networks, data centers, facilities, and related equipment used to develop, test, operate, monitor, manage and/or support information technology services.

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EXPERTS IN OUR TEAM

Network Engineers

Network Designer

Network & Security Engineer

Network Designer / Architect

Infrastructure Engineer

Infrastructure Architect

Wireless and mobility solutions that allow employees, partners, and customers to communicate when and where needed. This means that the barriers between personal, private, and public networks disappear, yielding a consistent mobility experience.

 

Network solutions tailored to your business and technology requirements enable the shift towards user experience, smart operation, and ICT convergence, delivering network availability and performance on which your operations depend.

This knowledge can be used for: Solutions for performance optimization and support in reducing complexity, optimizing service performance, and guaranteeing network availability.

 

WHAT CAN OUR EXPERTS DO FOR YOU?

Cisco / CCNA / CCNP / CCIE

Network / Storage / Security

LAN / WAN

Switching / Routing / Wireless / SDN / Load balancing / Network Virtualization / Firewall

Cloud Infrastructure / VMware / Hyper-V / OpenStack / IBM Cloud / Microsoft Azure

Juniper Netscreen / Amazon Web Services / Cisco ASA

Wireshark / Solarwinds / Infoblox / SPLUNK

Checkpoint / VMware NSX / Fortinet / Aruba / Blue Coat / Juniper / A

 

APPlant specialists are experts in the field of Network, Security, Cloud Network, Microsoft Azure, Virtualization, Wireless, Security, Routing and Switching. Based on an integrated approach to technology, which is necessary to ensure that the networks remain manageable and safe, even with growth, our group shares a great deal of knowledge among themselves, making them widely applicable to our customers.