Today, organizations prefer to use and position the resources (Processor, RAM, Storage) they need for their system infrastructures differently.

While some organizations host their hardware in their own system centers, some prefer to host their hardware in a third-party data center. Others rent servers, processors, ram and storage space from service providers that provide private or shared resources. Whichever option you choose, proactive management and monitoring of resources and the virtualization platform running on it are among the critical tasks of IT units.

With the developing technology, IT teams are under a very serious pressure and workload. An IT infrastructure that needs to work uninterruptedly becomes important in this sense. Warpiris supports the uninterrupted and easy operation of the IT infrastructure by providing the most suitable solutions to the organizations with its Infrastructure Management Service.


What Do You Get With Warpiris Infrastructure Management Service?

  • Hypervisor and virtual machine level service components

  • Hypervisor storage configurations

  • 24×7 monitoring at hypervisor and virtual machine level

  • Virtual machine snapshot operations

  • Creating a new virtual machine

  • Virtual machine resource configurations

  • Virtual machine template management

  • Virtual machine performance and resource consumption analyzes

  • Virtualization platform license management

  • Solution of problems that may occur in the virtualization platform

  • Management of tickets to the vendor for the virtualization platform

  • Cluster management

  • Virtual machine version management

  • Hypervisor resource usage analysis

  • Virtualization platform alarm configurations

  • Hypervisor network configurations

Hardware Level Service Components

Storage performance and capacity analyzes
Storage tiering configuration
Creating a LUN on storage
Ticket management for physical server failures
Recycling processes of the storage area
24/7 monitoring of physical servers as hardware
24/7 monitoring of storage performance and health capacity
Responding to physical server hardware and software failures
Storage related snapshots