Storage Solutions

Given the data generated by enterprise applications, businesses become more dependent on IT platforms for day-to-day operations, one size fits all principle is not applicable to storage infrastructure. Ardos offers a complete storage solution stack that can be customized to meet organizations storage requirements & thus achieve their business goals.


  • Storage Audit & Assessment
  • Storage Consolidation
  • Data Protection
  • High Availability & Disaster Recovery
  • Data Migration
  • Storage Administration & Management
IT storage audit& assessment is the process of collecting and evaluating evidence to determine whether the current storage solution has been designed to maintain data integrity, safeguard assets, allows organisational goals to be achieved effectively, and uses resources efficiently.• Enterprise-wide requirement analysis
• Comprehend value of data
• Audit to identify pain areas and bottlenecks and examine the current processes
• Optimize current investments and maximize ROI
• Formulate IT infrastructure strategy

Storage consolidation, also called storage convergence is a method of centralizing data storage among multiple servers.

• Facilitate data backup and archiving for all subscribers in an enterprise,
• Minimizing the time required to access and store data.
• Simplification of the storage infrastructure
• Centralized and efficient management
• Optimized resource utilization
• Low operating cost


DATA Protection – A combination of processes and technologies to protect enterprise data.

• Enterprise data is fortified from logical and or physical failures,
• Facilitates recovery within defined window
• Minimize impact on computing resources
• Simplify management
• Regulatory compliance


High Availability
Application clustering, hardware clustering, virtualization, and local replication technologies are all used to keep an application highly resilient. The basic idea is to build an architecture that can continue to operate without disruption even when one of its components fails. Resiliency is focused on “uptime” rather than recovery time.
Disaster Recovery
First and foremost is business continuity, which is the practice of returning a business process to full execution after a disruption of service has occurred. A sub-practice of business continuity is the practice of disaster recovery. This comprises the information technology architecture and processes to recover the technology and/or applications to service in a location other than your primary processing location.
• Minimize risks due to the Hardware and Software failures and disasters
• Regulatory Compliance
• Accidental damage to the live data
• Natural disasters such as Earthquakes/Hurricanes
Data Migration deals with migrating data from one type of storage to another without any loss.
• Technology Obsolescence
• Storage Tier
• Change in storage architecture
• Storage Consolidation
• Workload balancing
Storage on your network is not an object, but a service. As the vessel for an enterprise’s most important asset—its information—the storage infrastructure within any data center is usually a mission-critical part of the IT infrastructure. As storage arrays and networks undergo an explosive growth, it is of paramount importance that organizations start their maintenance activities on the right foot that will enable ease of management.• QoS and SLA based delivery model
• Policy based integrated management
• Automate Processes
• Optimize Utilization
• Reduce Storage Management Complexity and Costs