Here at infrasec solutions, we pride ourselves on the bespoke solutions that we can provide for our customers. Give us your requirements, and we will help you to realise a cost effective, secure solution, that will scale with your future needs. We will ensure your solution is using industry standard technologies and design methodologies to ensure that the solution can still be supported 10 years down the line. Were not interested in fads or fashions here, we want stable long term supportability of any solutions that we design. Thats why we only use technologies that are proven in industry, and offer long term supportability.

All of our the solution design and architecture engagements begins with a design process, Infrasec Solution has been working with large enterpise customer for over 15 years providing consultancy services in solution design and architecture, so we think we know what we're doing here. As part of the Solution Design service we provide, we will generate the following artifacts:

  • Envisioning Phase: We will work with all stakeholders to and lay the foundations of the design process by gathering the business goals and defining clear, measureable business requirements.
  • Conceptual Design: The conceptual design stage includes the process of analyzing and prioritizing business and user perspectives of the problem and the solution, and then creating a high-level representation of the solution. This stage helps in mapping the functionality associated with each of the requirements.
  • Logical Design (High Level Design): Each part of the conceptual design is assigned to a specific role within the architecture of the solution. It provides a clear view of the solution from the functional perspective. A logical design identifies and defines all the objects and their behaviors, attributes, and relationships within the scope of the solution.
  • Physical Design (Low Level Design): The physical design is a complete implementation design, in the form of a technical specification, that the development team uses to build the solution. For a migration project, the physical design should also include the process of implementing the infrastructure and the step-by-step details of how to deploy the solution.