Tag Archive for: server deployment

Enterprise Linux Solutions

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How does Enterprise Linux work?


Enterprise Linux operating systems are offered with support options in the form of subscriptions at various severity levels. Subscriptions include support, updates and patches for the appropriate term. In addition, the software is certified by numerous hardware and application manufacturers.
The free Linux variations, like CentOS or Scientific Linux are not certified or only certified by a few manufacturers and the support is usually only provided by the community, i.e. the developer community.

How do we support you?


  • When selecting a suitable Linux distribution for your company
  • When implementing the desired Linux distribution in your data center
  • With support for your enterprise Linux

What are the advantages of Enterprise Linux with ATIX?


Independence: We are a manufacturer-independent service provider and will find the best Enterprise Linux solution for you.

Flexibility: Enterprise Linux can be easily adapted to your individual needs. Our experts for configuration management will help you with this.

Interoperability: Enterprise Linux solutions consistently rely on open standards, so that the interaction between different products causes significantly fewer problems than is usually the case with products with proprietary interfaces.

Quality: Enterprise Linux products have an excellent quality standard that is in no way inferior to proprietary solutions. Due to the developments of the worldwide Open Source community, proprietary solutions are often even surpassed.

Enterprise Linux Distributions

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Red Hat
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How can we help?

Automated server deployment

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What is automated server deployment?


Deployment refers to the automated roll-out of a system. This can be an application, a fully configured server, or a container. Thanks to automation, these processes are not only simpler and faster to perform, but also reproducible.

Where are automated server deployments used?


For a reproducible infrastructure, the rolling out of servers is standardized and automated in conjunction with lifecycle management. This enables the problem-free extension of existing structures with the same software and package status. Reproducibility also has advantages in test environments for simulating error scenarios. The aim of server deployments is also to control the central deployment of the servers from a single location, without direct access to the server in question being necessary.

Where are automated server deployments used?


  • Selecting the right tools for your desired deployment
  • When configuring the deployment processes
  • Integration of deployment processes in your IT infrastructure
  • With training and education on the corresponding tools

What are the benefits of automated server deployments?


  • Standardization: Servers can always be set up identically and have the same software and package status in conjunction with lifecycle management.
  • Automation: The installation of a new server runs automatically without having to access the server directly.
  • Reproducibility: Automated and standardized processes can be repeated and always deliver the same result.

How do we implement automated server deployments?

Features

  • Lightweight Management Tool
  • Automated Deployment
  • Automated Configuration Management
  • IT Orchestration
  • Modular Structure
  • Easy to use
  • SSH based Communication
  • Playbooks for Managing host Groups

Features

  • Easy creation of repositories
  • Deployment (e.g. via VMware)
  • Subscription Management
  • Lifecycle Management / Release Management
  • Patch Management
  • REST API
  • One console for all types of systems (physical, virtual, mainframe, desktop, …)
  • Inventory & Auditing
  • Integration with SUSE Customer Center
  • Integration of SLES-based clients
  • Own products or content views
  • No forced binding to a Linux distribution
  • API integration in 3rd party scripts and management suites possible

How can we help?