Network Infrastructure Design and Implementation
NetOps Solutions Inc. (NOS) has designed and implemented large-scale network deployments including both Juniper and Cisco Hardware and Software. Netops uses a solutions-based approach for design and implementation. After a thorough understanding of the project
requirements we then began the process of developing the solution to meet the requirement. We never approach our customers with a canned solution.
Configuration Automation Tools for Large-Scale Deployments
NetOps has developed configuration automation tools to allow us to deploy hundreds of devices with a consistent configuration. This approach saves countless hours and allows us to control our resources, saves time, and maintains the consistency of the configurations across the enterprise.
Design and Implementation of Systems Infrastructure
NetOps has a strong systems practice. Today's system technology focuses on how to have efficient delivery of services and applications with the smallest footprint. We Design and Implement VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure), centralize resources, and control system images deployed to users. At the core of most organizational communication is email; we have an extensive background with designing and deploying Exchange Server.
Project Management Services
NetOps will project manage large and small projects with the same attention to detail. Project Management is at the heart of any successful deployment and we pride ourselves in delivering projects on time and within the agreed upon budget.
Change and Configuration Management
NetOps has designed and implemented Change and Configuration Process Boards that manage risk and ensure consistency across the enterprise. Our experts will guide you through the change and configuration process providing accountability and relationships between configuration items.
Domain Name System (DNS)
NetOps can implement and install DNS infrastructure to support from 1,000 to 40,000 users. We are also experienced at implementing Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) to prevent the poisoning of legitimate DNS records.