Hybrid Infrastructure Management Software

Hybrid infrastructure management software records and visualizes the entire IT infrastructure, even when it consists of both cloud and on-premises components. This creates transparency across hybrid infrastructures and helps to streamline operations.

Hybrid infrastructures open up more opportunities for companies. However, the different technologies, storage locations, service providers, billing models and dependencies between the individual infrastructure elements greatly increase complexity. FNT's Hybrid Infrastructure Management solution provides the much-needed overview of the complex on-premises and cloud infrastructure, enabling it to be operated efficiently. 

Advantages of FNT’s Hybrid Infrastructure Management Software

More transparency and less complexity

The complete documentation of the entire on-premises IT and cloud infrastructure in an integrated, central data model brings transparency to cloud usage and makes the cloud sprawl visible and manageable.

Save costs

Integrated BI and reporting functionalities help to monitor the use of cloud infrastructure subscriptions beyond the planned maximum usage period. This helps avoid unnecessary costs.

Faster research processes

Responsibilities and contact persons for cloud infrastructure subscriptions can be identified easily and reliably as all information is stored in a central repository.

More efficient audits and certification processes

Complete and up-to-date documentation of the hybrid IT infrastructure facilitates successful audits and certifications and makes recertification a snap – with no time-consuming preparations needed.

Highlights of FNT’s Hybrid Infrastructure Management Software

The FNT solution for hybrid infrastructure management makes it possible to map the entire IT and network infrastructure, including cloud services, in a uniform and integrated data model. This includes the building infrastructure (power, cooling, space), the IT/network infrastructure (networks, servers, storage - virtual and physical, on-premises and in the cloud), connectivity (physical cabling infrastructure and logical circuits/bandwidth) and the services based on these (software, applications).  

Not only the assets themselves are documented, but also the complex dependencies between different systems and components - regardless of the manufacturer and technology. Bidirectional interfaces bundle data from different systems and map them centrally. This allows you to document, analyze, plan, control and automate your hybrid infrastructure with just a single tool. 

As a result, it no longer matters where data and resources are actually located – whether on-premises, in the cloud or at the edge. 

Simple infrastructure capture

The integrated component library contains more than 75,000 predefined devices from all manufacturers in photorealistic representations to speed up capturing and planning the infrastructure. All devices also contain detailed technical information.

Change planning and process management

Record and manage move, add, and change processes efficiently with the integrated planning functionality. Planned changes to the IT infrastructure can be efficiently controlled via process and order management using flexible workflows and transferred directly to service providers for commissioning. After implementation, transfer the new actual status directly into the infrastructure repository.

Server and cloud infrastructure management

Planning and documentation of modern server landscapes, including physical and virtual servers. Cloud infrastructure elements can also be recorded.

Physical and logical network structures

Representation and management of physical and logical network structures, including IPv4 and IPv6 address management, VLAN and WLAN management.

License and contract management

All software products, software installations, applications, and instances, together with the associated licenses, relationships, service contracts, and other information, can be planned, documented, and managed in a central system.

Visualization and analysis of data

Analyze, visualize, and evaluate the documented infrastructure data in a variety of ways to better understand correlations and gain new insights.

Connection to other systems

Bi-directional data exchange via interfaces means FNT’s repository can be used as a data source for other systems and applications, and it can also be enriched with information from them.

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Further Downloads

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