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Infrastructure Provisioning

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Infrastructure Provisioning

Boost server performance with best-of-breed technologies and expert management.

At the core of any of any IT infrastructure is the server itself. Whether this is on private or public cloud, physical or virtual, Linux or Windows, it is the server platform which provides the basis for the roles, applications and functionality being delivered to the end users.

If not implemented well, your enterprise servers can suffer downtime and performance issues impacting your business.

With F1 IT performing your server provisioning you’ll reduce business risk leveraging our breadth and depth of expertise founded on a long and established history of server design and delivery. We have ridden the virtualisation wave by consolidating physical servers onto fewer virtual hosts and adding the benefits of Storage Area Networks (SAN). F1 IT has continued to invest in these technologies to bring the benefits that newer and upgraded products provide. This helps increase server availability and scale for your organisation with additional performance and more powerful management tools. Through the use of site replication, cloud solutions and increased network resiliency and capacity, disaster recovery and business continuity plans can be established without the need for major investments in capital expenditure.

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Infrastructure Provisioning

The drive to the cloud has provided yet another server provisioning solution, and F1 IT continues to lead the way by either providing “greenfield” server environments or migrating existing servers into Cloud Services.

Our consultants and architects have many years of experience and are certified across all key vendors.
F1 IT also holds partner status with these organisations, which enables us to provide the best support possible when delivering solutions.

Our Professional Services teams have extensive expertise designing and delivering server platforms across the following technologies, products and vendors, and many more:

Amazon Web Services
Microsoft Azure
Google Cloud
Oracle Cloud
VMware and Hyper-V
Red-Hat and Windows Server
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