IT infrastructure

Never losing the overview

This is where the expertise at IP Dynamics in all its aspects comes to the fore. We optimise existing IT infrastructure and we build new ones from the ground up. We advise, we plan, we source the hardware and software, we put the whole thing into operation and then we maintain it.

First up, we analyse the status quo of your existing infrastructure and the specific needs of your business. Only then do we develop a bespoke holistic concept which is wholly independent of any supplier or product. The concept takes account of all relevant cost factors, is geared towards the long-term and represents the economically optimal solution.

When it comes to designing or redesigning a new IT infrastructure, we typically use Microsoft Windows and related products and those of Citrix, Microsoft Azure, Exchange, SharePoint, System Center and SQL server. For more efficient operations, virtual solutions from Microsoft Hyper-V or VMWare may also make economic sense, as they offer powerful infrastructures with high security against outages and high back-up availability.

Alongside the migration and integration of existing systems, our IP Dynamics full package offers network and server management, system migration and updating as well as the development of network plans. When your new IT infrastructure is finally in place, not only is it more secure and more powerful, but thanks to the reduced need for administration, it is a whole lot more economical.

Products for IT infrastructure

Smart solutions for smart businesses



Everything, anywhere

Be it in the cloud or in one‘s own data centre, Citrix network solutions help to centralise infrastructure, thus paying dividends whatever the size or nature of company. Citrix supports the high availability of your network, so that your staff can access their workstations wherever they are and whatever time it might be. Equip your staff with applications and data with a level of security, reliability and speed that has been tested several thousand times. And go on, give them an amazing user experience. For example, allow work started on one device to be continued seamlessly on another, entirely different device. Alongside being extremely dependable, Citrix is also extremely secure: you are in control of access to all applications and all data, in each location and across each network and terminal. And you‘re using the only IT solution your company will need.

Windows Server / Microsoft Azure

Windows Server & Microsoft Azure


IT infrastructure take the form of local servers and applications or – as with Microsoft Azure – virtual IT solutions. For the IT management that translates into flexible administration along with easy management of servers, applications, services and users using intelligent administration consoles and tools – as well as additional security features to ensure compliance guidelines are observed for the particular organisation or sector. The integration of Microsoft Azure within the IT infrastructure brings about yet more benefits: cost efficiency, high availability and scalability as well as the easy set-up and management of back-ups. Windows servers and Microsoft Azure can be managed by System Center, for example, a high-performance application for managing hybrid cloud infrastructure, which enables seamless migration to virtual servers. Or with the bespoke software Operational Insights, with which administrators capture, save and analyse protocol data from almost every server. Or with Intune Device Management, with which mobile devices in particular, namely smartphones and tablets, can be easily managed within companies.

SQL Server

SQL Server


SQL databases offer more than high performance and assured availability. They boast a multitude of security features such as the observance of compliance guidelines, monitoring, row-level security, dynamic data masking and transparent data encryption. They also support back-up, with the possibility of time-based recovery of data from a given transaction for up to 35 days. A SQL database server can be operated both on-premise and directly from Microsoft in Azure. There are two possibilities here: with Microsoft Azure Database-as-a-Service you have a single, completely stand-alone and scalable SQL database, optimised for foreseeable workloads, while with Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine with SQL Server you have a SQLserver – or different database platform – offering full functionality.


Microsoft Exchange


Thanks to Exchange each staff member can access his or her e-mails, calender and contacts at any time, irrespective of the browser or the device. One of its great strengths is its high availability: the IT administrator can remove servers from the network for scheduled maintenance without having to switch the e-mail service offline. User administration takes place via an easy-to-use web-based administration interface, whereby Exchange draws on an existing active directory infrastructure. And even without a local Exchange infrastructure, Microsoft can host mailboxes, reducing the need for costly on-premise storage and infrastructure.


Microsoft SharePoint


As a platform for collaboration, web content management and document management, SharePoint supports teamwork at company level, department level, team level and project level. And here again you have the option of a purely online solution or a hybrid or on-premise SharePoint version. With SharePoint Online, you use exclusively external servers from Microsoft. By contrast, in the case of the hybrid or on-premise variant, the SharePoint servers are managed by your own IT – be it in Microsoft Azure or in your infrastructure. If you choose the latter, you need you own environment for testing and developing, and nowadays this is achieved with the help of virtual servers. You just set up high-availability SharePoint servers as a combination solution in Azure, including the SharePoint recovery environment. This minimises hard- and software costs and, depending on the load on the system, you can simply scale your environment up or down, paying only for what you actually use.

System Center

Microsoft System Center


System Center is the contemporary way of managing IT, whether locally, at your service provider or in the cloud. It offers consistent data centre management with integrated features such as monitoring, set up, configuring, automating, security as well as self-service. Or simply expand the System Center features further with the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS), a cloud-inspired way of managing traditional infrastuctures and providing modern applications.

Components of the system center

  • Virtual Machine Manager (VMM)

    Virtual Machine Manager (VMM)
    VMM is a high-performance administration tool for the virtual data center, which enables centralised management of the physical and virtual IT infrastructure – on-premise and in Azure.

  • Configuration Manager (SCCM)

    Configuration Manager (SCCM)
    SCCM supports more efficient IT services on-premise and in Azure by enabling secure and scalable provision of software, compliance management and comprehensive resource management of servers, desktops, laptops and mobile devices.

  • Operations Manager (SCOM)

    Operations Manager (SCOM)
    Operations Manager allows for flexible and cost-efficient monitoring of infrastructures. From a single console the status and performance of services, devices and processes can be monitored, providing IT administrators with a quick overview of the entire IT infrastucture.

  • Data Protection Manager (DPM)

    Data Protection Manager (DPM)
    DPM is a security and recovery system, which secures data and supports a variety of security methods right through to the complete recovery of a system for on-premise and Azure server infrastructures.

  • Service Manager (SCSM)

    Service Manager (SCSM)
    SCSM comprises integrated processes and management as well as configuration management, analysis and reporting. Within a self-service portal, problems can be recorded and documented as they arise. In addition, workflows can be defined and information about IT service components can be captured.

  • Orchestrator (SCO)

    Orchestrator (SCO)
    Orchestrator is a workflow management solution for the integration and automation of IT processes using Runbooks. Runbooks contain instructions for an automated task or process and support the creation, monitoring and putting in place of resources in the IT environment.

  • App Controller (SCAC)

    App Controller (SCAC)
    App contoller is a self-service environment which supports you in configuring, putting in place and managing virtual computers and services in various settings, be it on-premise or in the cloud.

Our references

Here are just some of our success stories

IT infrastructure testimonial: Rossmann


The new 10,000 sq. metre Rossmann main office was designed to house not just 600 staff, but the most up-to-date IP technology and accompanying IT infrastructure.

IT infrastructure testimonial: Marriott Hotels

Renaissance Marriott

Marriott Hotels experienced a renaissance in its telecommunications infrastructure: in came the Avaya Communication Manager S8800, along with 450 gateways, and 80 digital and 330 analogue terminals.

All references


See for yourself, how we work with the most diverse companies in the most diverse ways, all the time delivering bespoke, innovative solutions for their businesses.

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