Ferranti's Dynamic Datacenter solutions enable enterprises to deploy and manage their own private datacenter without the hassle of owning or managing the underlying infrastructure (zero capital expenditure).
With Dynamic Datacenter, you can choose to deploy your own datacenter at your own premises (even spread over different geographic locations), choose to put or use services in the public cloud (e.g. Windows Azure), or even opt for a hybrid model, which combines traditional datacenter services with in-cloud solutions.
Ferranti Computer Systems specializes in the design, implementation and support of Windows networks with a specialization in the field of Dynamic Datacenters. Based on this powerful technology we implement solutions for Server, Application, Desktop and Storage Virtualization.
This leads to a dynamic datacenter that enables organizations to rapidly adapt to changing (market) conditions.
Our solutions meet the requirements of a flexible IT solution: stable, secure, easy to manage and high availability. All this at an optimal Total Cost of Ownership.
The result is that the end user can work anywhere, anytime, with the device of choice. The new way of working with an increased productivity as a logical consequence.
Microsoft Gold Partner
Ferranti Computer Systems is a Microsoft Gold Partner; Gold certified in Systems Management, Virtualisation and Desktop. Ferranti Computer Systems works exclusively with Microsoft based technologies providing customers with deep technical expertise and experience in Microsoft System Center and related technologies.
Ferranti Computer Systems actively participates in different System Center and Windows Server technology adoption (TAP) programs. This ensures that Ferranti Computer Systems has in depth knowledge and hands-on experience about the new products before the official release date.
Dynamic Datacenter cases
OCMW Leuven (Public Centre for Social Welfare in Leuven) did not want to wait until Windows XP support would end and decided to migrate all 500 PCs to Windows 7. The migration was done using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.