Successful deployment and use of products depend on a well-planned management infrastructure. A requirement analysis and high-level deployment considerations are presented along with some logical deployment plans that highlight these considerations.
The Deployment Planning Process is iterative. Based on the initial requirements, perform a high-level planning to create a logical deployment plan, and use the logical deployment plan to perform detailed deployment planning and create the physical deployment plan for the actual implementation. If new requirements emerge after implementation, repeat the analysis, planning, and deployment process.
After thorough planning, our team develops a process to approach infrastructure deployment projects. Our approach helps ensure that infrastructure implementations are consistent with your business objectives, and can be effectively utilized once the technology has been deployed.
Technology infrastructure exists to meet the business needs of the organization. It supports the enterprise architecture, facilitates communications and/or exchange of information, facilitates the attainment of business objectives, and organizes the knowledge capital of the enterprise.
The technology infrastructure is where it all comes together. No single element or part of an Information Technology (IT) organization can be considered the infrastructure. All elements must be considered for a project to be successful.
People. The combined efforts of the staff chartered with procuring, installing, maintaining, using, and retiring the technology.
Processes. IT strategic planning, acquisition, deployment and implementation, steady-state management, and post-use retirement
Technology. Elements required to provide and sustain reliable access to data and services.