Mission Control Service Delivery Platform

Dedicated industrial strength hardware is the foundation of the Service Delivery Platform. Besides the silent device for small office applications without a dedicated server room, all hardware models are rack-mountable to fit into your infrastructure. In addition, Mission Control takes care of the hardware life cycle and proactively upgrades the hardware if a specific hardware generation is outdated.

The Service Delivery Platform runs a hardened Linux-based operating system. Only essential tools and utilities are activated and, therefore, cannot lead to unexpected instabilities or compromised systems. Mission Control keeps the system up to date with a continuous patching process in order to ensure a secure and reliable service. The system allows the activation of a redundancy service to offer high availability or hot standby capability that is customized to your business needs.

The location of the Service Delivery Platform is flexible - it can be on your premises, at a data center or in the Mission Control Cloud. The cloud is distributed over multiple data centers with redundant ISP connections to provide the highest availability of the service. A service in the Mission Control cloud provides the same transparency and control as if it were being run from your premises. No matter where the Service Delivery Platform is located, Mission Control makes sure that all appropriate security-related settings are up to date and configured correctly. If necessary, Mission Control follows an efficient disaster recovery process and can generate and reinstall an identical configuration in a very short time.

Mission Control Security Services run on extendable, industrial strength hardware for reliable 24x7 operation. The location of the Service Delivery Platform is flexible – be it on your premises, at a data center or in the Mission Control cloud.
Mission Control Security Services run on extendable, industrial strength hardware for reliable 24x7 operation.
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