Infrastructure Management

Network Services

RJIT has deep experience in providing high performance and secure networks. Our network services enable reliable infrastructure to deliver exceptional business value in an increasingly complex and continuously changing network environment. We offer a broad range of Network services that include:

  • Systems Administration/Engineering (UNIX and Windows)
  • SAN management
  • High Availability (zero down time) solutions
  • F5 Big-IP administration (LTM, GTM, ASM, OCSP, WebCache, SSL Acceleration) SSL Configuration and Certificate Management
  • Network Traffic sniffing, manipulation and Protocol switching
  • Enterprise monitoring (systems/applications)


Government agencies demand a responsive network and service infrastructure that is both secure and scalable. RJIT provides robust data center and hosting solutions that meet FISMA, HIPAA and other Federal security requirements. Our Virtualization solutions leverage the latest capabilities from software vendors in this space to improve the efficiency while maintaining the enterprise application SLAs. Improving customer service by minimizing down time through automation and server consolidation.

Cloud Engineering

RJIT has built proven capabilities that allow agencies to take advantage of the Cloud and realize an immediate return on investment. Our roadmap enables the agencies to take advantage of cloud based service models such as Software As a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (Paas), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Our solutions span the entire gamut of private, community and public cloud infrastructure.

In summary, our virtualization skills coupled with cloud based solution capabilities enable the agencies to do more with less. It offers an exceptional value proposition to agencies looking to build a seamless production as well Disaster Recovery (DR) and Continuity of Operations (COOP) infrastructure. The solutions provide business continuity as well as the elasticity to scale up servers and related infrastructure during peak periods of demand and save costs when the demand is not so high.

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