The consulting company Centracon has developed a best practice approach for smart client architectures. Leverkusen, 14.02.2008 – it includes on the one hand systematic process models for differentiated analysis of conditions and exploitable potential, on the other hand includes an extensive set of field-proven methods for the targeted development of poor administration and yet flexible infrastructure. The technologies required are framework matched so by an automation by Centracon, producing a cross gear. Smart client architectures give a previously unknown flexibility by they complement the traditional methods for the desktop and software management to provide innovative solutions such as the centralization, virtualization and streaming the workplace management. You prove a permanent piggy bank for the resources in the workplace management”, explains Centracon CEO of Robert Gallant. Generate a significantly higher degree of standardization and automation, streamline on “this way the application management life-cycle, provide new jobs faster and offer infrastructure as own service represent a high-quality service catalog.” In contrast to the classical concepts of infrastructure, client architectures enable modularization smart with their central or virtual deployment of applications and job creation. On this basis, usually inflexible mapping can be broken up applications and job creation.
The result is an appropriately usable IT architecture that can provide companies a high-quality service with minimal infrastructure requirements. The best practice approach to smart client architectures of Centracon is currently in various corporations of in energy and insurance industry and the industry in the implementation phase. About centracon: Solutions for flexible and cost-efficient deployment and management of IT jobs and applications characterize the core competencies of centracon. Our advice covers next to the Classic optimization and standardization of work infrastructures, the implementation of innovative technology solutions such as application virtualization and virtual desktops, through process and automation infrastructure to innovative business solutions such as, for example, user-self-service concepts.