Core to the performance of any mission-critical system is the operation and maintenance (O&M) of the existing system. NetCentrics has extensive experience operating, managing and consolidating large Network Operations Centers (NOCs). Leveraging industry best practices and IT Service Management (ITSM) methodologies, we help our customers recognize greater efficiencies and cost savings through network engineering, cloud computing and virtualization. We have expertise in disaster recovery, continuity of operations (COOP), telecommunications management and Mobile IT.
Transition to cloud based service solutions
We have deep experience helping customers transition to “as a service” solutions, including Infrastructure Services (IaaS), Platform Services (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). Our experts work with our customers design custom solutions to meet the unique needs of their environment.
Leading the way in new technologies
As cloud based managed services become critical components of every organization’s IT Modernization plans, we are leading the way on hyperconverged infrastructures, virtual desktop infrastructure and software defined solutions such as software defined storage, software defined networks and infrastructure as code. As an example of our leadership, NetCentrics is responsible for building the Installation Processing Node (IPN) at the Pentagon.
Data Center, Network and System Consolidation.
Migrating and modernizing systems and the need for increased efficiency and cost savings means that data centers, networks and systems are constantly being consolidated. NetCentrics has over 20 years of experience managing data center and enterprise consolidation, having led the consolidation of tens of thousands of assets into IMCEN then WHS/OSD EITSD and most recently the Pentagon Joint Service Provider (JSP).
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Case Study: Net-Centric Integrated Enterprise Information Technology Solutions (NIEITS)
Using a two-phased approach, NetCentrics reorganized targeted areas of the Active Directory with Server and elevated Account Containers, and User Containers, reduced the overall managed network resources to include subnets and VRFs, implemented an IP Address Management Solution to allow for improved tracking and management of IPs, consolidated GPOs and integrated a delegated approach to GPO management, implemented structured firewall configurations and developed a repeatable process for ACL review and auditing, and identified ways to enhance and leverage enterprise tools used with the targeted areas. These efforts brought EITSD from a federated model to an enterprise model with a single service catalog, security aligned to business needs, compliance, SOPs to support error-free services, standardization, agile changes, and a consistent and efficient cost model.