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The underlying framework of a company's technology that supports the delivery of its goods and services is referred to as IT infrastructure. It consists of both virtual and physical components, such as cloud services, virtual machines, and software-defined networks. Physical components include hardware, servers, networking equipment, storage, and data centres. Monitoring, maintenance, and security management procedures and tools are also included in IT infrastructure. The purpose of IT infrastructure is to make sure that the organization's technological systems are dependable, accessible, and scalable to fulfil business needs and support growth. Each firm that depends on technology to function and compete in the modern digital landscape needs an IT infrastructure.


  1. Computer hardware platforms

  2. Operating system platforms

  3. Enterprise software applications

  4. Data management and storage

  5. Network cables

  6. Peripherals


  1. Servers

  2. Storage devices

  3. Networking equipment

  4. Computers

  5. Internet platforms

  6. Consulting and system integration services


  1. Operating systems

  2. Database management systems

  3. Security software

  4. Backup and recovery software

  5. Virtualization software

  6. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software


  1. Routers and switches

  2. Firewalls

  3. Load balancers

  4. Storage Area Network (SAN)

  5. DNS


Traditional infrastructure

Traditional IT infrastructure refers to on-premise technology systems and equipment used to manage data and information within an organization.

Cloud infrastructure

Cloud Infrastructure is the collection of hardware and software elements such as computing power, networking, storage, and virtualization resources needed to enable cloud computing. Cloud infrastructure types usually also include a user interface (UI) for managing these virtual resources.

Hyperconverged infrastructure

A software-defined, all-in-one system called hyperconverged infrastructure combines networking, processing, and storage into a single appliance to streamline management and increase scalability.