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By: Premier Infrastructure  05/12/2011
Keywords: computer networks, storage area network

IT Infrastructure is the hub of any business or organisation; we use computers all day both at work and at home. Computerised systems make our drugs and pack our food - but which elements of the process require validation and which ones require qualification?

Validated Systems

Validated systems must be hosted on qualified platforms in order to give a real, true assurance that the framework is suitably reliable to consistently be able to produce the intended results, time and time again.

Qualified Infrastructure

Robustly designed and qualified infrastructure provides not only for reliability, but demonstrates total control to regulators and internal auditors yielding a high degree of confidence to stakeholders and business users that the systems, processes and services within an organisation can be delivered with a maximum amount of up-time, reliably.

Networks

We are living in an era where our lives and businesses are completely dependant on computer networks.

Servers

Every time we login to our validated systems we're using a server somewhere either for authentication, data storage.

Workstations / Clients

We are living in an era where our lives and businesses are completely dependant on computer networks.

Virtual Environments

We are living in an era where our lives and businesses are completely dependant on computer networks.

Storage Area Network

Every time we login to our validated systems we're using a server somewhere either for authentication, data storage.

System Boundary Definition

Picture a data centre full of all sorts of other large heavy things with flashing lights and fans blowing.

Keywords: computer networks, storage area network

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