Changing your IT infrastructure can be complex
When you start a new IT project, you have to consider the IT architecture because it is the foundation of the entire project.
The different components of the architecture must be carefully studied to ensure their compatibility with each other.
Sometimes the hierarchy or the business teams push hard to complete an IT project within a very short time frame. This does not make the task any easier. Indeed, inventing the architecture, building it and then migrating to it takes a fairly long time.
Appliances make it possible to have a high-performance, optimized IT architecture that can be deployed quickly.
Appliances: an all-in-one optimized solution for easier deployment
With appliances, also known as converged systems, you benefit from an all-in-one, integrated, tested and optimized machine for maximum performance.
The manufacturers (Oracle in particular) have come up with different appliances to meet your needs in terms of availability, agility, costs, security, etc.
These converged systems integrate perfectly into on-premise, private Cloud, public cloud
and Cloud at Customer architecture projects. Similarly, with two appliances, you can easily set up a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and/or a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) since the two environments would be identical.
With Capacity-on-Demand, you can activate or deactivate licenses according to your needs. This way, you become more agile and retain more control over your costs.
Our experts, especially in Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) and Exadata appliances, help you find the best IT architecture for your needs. And on top of that, these technologies are covered by our Maintenance in Operational Condition (MCO) contracts.
“We have known Digora for more than 10 years and they have always been able to support us in the preventive management, optimization and infrastructure needs concerning our databases. It was only natural that we turn to them to choose and implement our critical applications based on Oracle Exadata “appliances”.
The implementation of such infrastructure is like Swiss watchmaking, it requires high-level know-how and expertise to fully exploit the potential of the new applications we wanted to develop.”
Gilles Verstrepen, Technical Director of ÏDKIDS.COMMUNITY