Sebastian has a Masters of Science Degree from the Technical University of Berlin and began his IT career in 2002 as a T-Systems Administrator.
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In 2003, he transitioned to be an IT Consultant for the well-known German system integrator, CEMA AG. The following six years he continued to gather deep technical knowledge and understanding, and acquired experience through the numerous IT infrastructures he audited and provided concepts and solutions for. Clients included mid and large size entities, for example, KPMG, T-Systems and ThyssenKrupp....
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- Storage Virtualization
- Server Virtualization
- Desktop Virtualization
- User Virtualization
Storage Virtualization technologies typically put a virtualization layer between servers and storage systems. In this virtualization layer enhanced features like active-active mirrors, storage pooling and or thin provisioning help you to increase flexibility and cost efficiency of your storage area network.
We have the knowledge to explain you differences between virtualization technologies of the big storage vendors. DataCore solutions we can also implement for you.
Server Virtualization technologies provide abstraction of server operating system instances from the underlying hardware. With that additional virtualization layer running server instances can be moved between server systems. So you can maintain your server hardware during normal working hours and use new high availability functions (HA, FT).
We have more than 5 years experience in server virtualization technologies and implement solutions with products of VMware, Citrix and Microsoft.
For us Desktop Virtualization means to provide a perfect mixture of remote client OS and terminal services sessions. Both technologies provide computing power from the data center and allow the usage of application on any device at anytime and anywhere.
We have a lot of experience with products from Citrix, Microsoft and VMware and would love to plan, design and implement your new application delivery infrastructure....
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