FNT Solutions for Enterprise IT
Makes it possible to holistically design, roll out, and operate state-of-the-art infrastructures for central application operations. It helps to achieve greater operational efficiency by documenting and managing the complete applications infrastructure stack, from the physical level to virtualization levels, up to the application itself.
An enterprise-wide product, service, and resource catalog based on a best-practice methodology. This solution enables IT organizations to holistically design, define, manage, and operate products and digital services. It acts as the single system of record for services and lifecycle management, the heart of any service delivery platform.
Helps ensure fault-free global interconnectivity. It includes a central repository of all leased data carrier lines that provides oversight of long-distance networks. Comprehensive documentation of all connected endpoints, all associated contracts, and the relevant provider master data delivers maximum transparency.
Enables the management of network connectivity services both inside plant and throughout the campus. It includes a central repository that provides a complete inventory of all active and passive network resource data, including end-to-end connections. The solution provides the accurate as-is documentation needed to facilitate both new cable infrastructure rollouts and extensions of existing networks.
Enables IT organizations to holistically design, roll out, and operate state-of-the-art infrastructures for workplaces. This helps companies achieve greater operational efficiency in documenting and managing all workplace elements, from laptops and PCs/NCs to virtualized desktops, installed software, as well as the usual periphery elements.
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How public bodies can better manage their IT infrastructure
When it comes to implementing digitization strategies, the numerous institutions at the federal, state and local levels have very different homework to do. They all have one thing in common: In order to master the many new challenges, the first thing to do is to make the IT infrastructure that has grown over many years fit for the digital future. In many cases, this means first of all creating a complete overview and transparency, which then enables meaningful planning.
Stuttgart Airport and the living IT infrastructure
Stuttgart Airport is one of the largest airports in Germany. Thanks to its connection to Stuttgart 21, long-distance rail and bus services and the subway, it is increasingly developing into an intermodal hub for travelers. In addition to its core aviation business, Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH operates numerous infrastructure facilities and supplies over 250 B2B corporate customers with electricity, water and information and communication technology, which accounts for around 40 percent of total revenue. For both business areas - aviation and infrastructure facilities - the airport has to operate, maintain, modernize and expand a highly complex network of diverse and sometimes highly critical infrastructures.