Why Enterprises need Infrastructure Automation

Most IT firms are dealing with an increase in the size and complexity of their infrastructure. IT teams sometimes struggle to keep up with this expansion due to a lack of time and resources, resulting in delayed updates, patching, and resource delivery. Automating typical administration procedures like provisioning, configuring, deploying, and decommissioning makes operations at scale easier, allowing you to restore control and visibility over your

Snowflake configurations of bare metal servers were used in the early infrastructure. Any adjustments or variances in hardware setup or software requirements had to be handled manually on a case-by-case basis.

Infrastructure Automation replaces manual efforts, dramatically reducing the time taken to deploy thousands of servers while simultaneously eliminating snowflakes and configuration drift errors, and allow one to build and use test environments that are exact copies of production.

Managing Cloud Based Infrastructure

Manually managing servers or even scripts in cloud-based environments and at cloud scales is unimaginable. Automation enables one to quickly adapt to diverse cloud-based infrastructures.

Infrastructure Automation allows you to deploy servers utilising practices like IaC, deploy new applications, update dependencies on hundreds of servers, and/or add hundreds of additional servers to provide load balancing and handle traffic in minutes.

Firstly, achieving a high degree of uniformity is very important when setting up infrastructure. Infrastructure Automation helps achieve the needed uniformity.

Secondly, it helps orchestrate changes across environments in bulk or small portions quickly and effectively. This reduces the burden on developers and helps them focus on developing quality and feature-rich software.

Key Features


We are in an era where Infrastructure has become an application, the software is replacing infrastructure. Applying software development principles and practices to Infrastructure is the way forward. The industry has embraced DevOps principals and philosophy reducing the gap between Ops and Dev. These include, “Configuration Management ” ,”Infrastructure as Code “, “Test Driven Development”, “Immutable Infrastructure ” and “Continuous Delivery/Integration/Deployment.

Peek into the Future

Your monthly onsite IT Support costs will be reduced to a single, predictable monthly operating expense that you can budget for with confidence. In addition, you won’t have to pay for blocks of time in advance of you needing it, or face the endless hassle and expense of managing your own in-house team.

Why EIL Global:

Our IT infrastructure automation meets international standards, and we’ve been providing services like IT strategy implementation and essential infrastructure to our global clientele for years. We have the technical expertise and in-depth industry knowledge to ensure that our clients get the most out of their investments. After examining a company’s demands and assisting in the development of reliable, cutting-edge, and cost-effective infrastructure solutions, our team of experts can supply great IT infrastructure automation.

You’ll need a trustworthy technology infrastructure expert like EIL Global to stay up with today’s quickly changing technological trends. Implementing a managed IT infrastructure automation will give you the peace of mind you need to instal new technologies while also allowing your infrastructure to adjust quickly to your business needs.