Data Center Management
Asset Control Management is primarily responsible of all equipment within the data center. This equipment can be servers, network devices and /or materials (spare SFP’s, extra cables, spare inventory for repairs, etc.), racks, HVAC, and personnel. This team manages the inventory, and controls “badged” personal in and out of the modular data center (POD).
Data Center Environmental Management is the team that manages power and cooling for each POD and within the data center. They monitor all thresholds and maximize without causing any outages.
Server Infrastructure Management manages the health conditions of the severs from compute to storage. This team is also responsible of scaling, patches, updates, expansion, migrations, replications, installs and decommissions.
Enterprise Network Management is a core strength to the Global Office Group Family. They’re “not only” responsible of managing installs, decommissions, and monitor up/down links. They also monitor network traffic for high spikes due to outside intrusions, port utilization where spamming/fishing is possibly occurring, and/or application performance issues causing network latency.