Next Gen Data Centers

Over the last 2 decades, IT organizations have faced a difficult battle with data center complexity. Data centers are no longer simply constrained by four walls. Increasingly, they are a dynamic collection of cloud and non-cloud resources that reside in multiple physical locations and have the automation and intelligence to go where they are needed to process applications efficiently. Pro Logic Architects and experts have many years of field-tested experience designing, architecting and implementing next gen data center solutions.

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Pro Logic Systems has been Architecting and delivering Data Center Solutions for more than 20 years. We create turn-key solutions that encompass the latest on-prem and cloud technologies.  From the latest next generation hardware and software, converged infrastructure, networking and software-defined datacenter solutions.  Our success has been to work with our clients and leading Technology Partners to create the best solutions for your digital transformation. 

Enterprise Storage

Enterprise storage array’s foremost purpose is to support response time and input/output per second (IOPS)-sensitive structured data workloads. Typical use cases include mission-critical workloads, mainstream database workloads and in-house-developed transactional applications. Other use cases include consolidation of virtualized applications, analytics, high-performance computing (HPC) and providing persistent storage for container environments. Primary storage platforms provide a broad library of data services that conserve capacity utilization, protect against data loss, and enhance recovery via local and remote replication. The architecture can be scaled-up or scaled-out. Host interface protocols can be block-based (Fibre Channel, iSCSI), file-based (Network File System, Server Message Block), or a combination of block and file protocols. For SSAs, the host interface may also be nonvolatile memory express over fabrics (NVMe-oF).

Converged & Hyper Converged Infrastructure

Converged Infrastructure (CI) is a convergence of compute, storage, and networking infrastructure in the data center. The deployment of data center infrastructure as a complete system can simplify and accelerate the deployment of resources. Converged infrastructure also provides a platform for repeatable, modular deployment of data center resources for rapid scale and more consistent performance. This is especially desirable in virtualized environments requiring standardized foundations for virtual resources.

Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions share the same goal, with a different approach. Although exact implementations and definitions may vary, Hyper Converged Infrastructure is typically built with software defined compute, storage and networking.  Converged infrastructure simplifies the deployment of best in class hardware for compute, storage and networking. Hyper Converged Infrastructure is often deployed on commodity components; providing a simplified scale out architecture with commodity servers.

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Networking Solutions & Services

Data center networks are just as fast, scalable LAN that connected all data center equipment, mainly servers. Although high-speed Ethernet ports (10/25/50/100GbE) are still important, the market extends far beyond just the hardware “speeds and feeds” affiliated with switches and switch ports. Increased enterprise adoption of cloud computing models and support for digital business initiatives demand improved data center network agility. Specifically, enterprises need better automation, orchestration, integration with the rest of the data center infrastructure and consistency across heterogeneous infrastructures.  

SD-WAN solutions provide a replacement for traditional WAN routers and are agnostic to WAN transport technologies. SD-WAN provides dynamic, policy-based, application path selection across multiple WAN connections and supports service chaining for additional services such as WAN optimization and firewalls.

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