With aspectra, your application is powerful and highly available. Redundant systems take over in the case of failures. We protect your application against attacks physically and in the network.
The aspectra engineers design an appropriate IT environment for every application. The architecture is developed in the solution workshop. We then set up your environment in phases – with you accepting each individual phase.
We guarantee highly available operation for business-critical applications. For this purpose, we offer dedicated systems, redundant architectures and load balancers. Not to mention a systems engineer as a personal contact for each customer.
Whether dedicated physical or virtual servers, dedicated private cloud, Amazon Web Services or containers with OpenShift and Kubernetes: We adapt the infrastructure to your requirements until it fits like a glove.
On-premise DDoS mitigation, Web Application Firewalls (WAF), Identity and Access Management (IAM), regular vulnerability scans, server- and host-based intrusion detection systems and reliable backup solutions guarantee the security of your data and applications.
A dedicated contact person is available to assist you during operation. Backed by a comprehensive monitoring system that tracks all relevant parameters and alerts you in the event of deviations, we reduce the workload on your employees and help to save costs.
Secure, uninterrupted connections with the highest bandwidth to the Internet and uninterrupted service provision guarantee the performance and availability of your applications.
Since being founded in 2000, aspectra has been a leader in the operation of business-critical applications. We set great store by direct contact, providing aspectra customers with personal contact persons.
We are a well-coordinated team made up of systems engineers, developers, apprentices, project managers and service providers.
Our partners in the fields of technology and services are experienced specialists in their fields. Our collaboration has stood the test of time.
aspectra operates business-critical systems for banks, e-business providers, public authorities, online shops and many other organisations.
The defense against DDoS attacks is like an arms race: As the defense measures improve, the attacks become more dangerous.
When we launch new products or exchange hardware, taking risks is not on the cards. The case of Pure Storage exemplifies how thoroughly aspectra evaluates and tests a new product to guarantee the security of a solution.
Murteda Al Kaysi
IT is a rapidly changing world. The term "container" has only been known in this context now for a few years. No sooner have experts become familiar with containers though, the technology had already been further developed. One new form, OpenShift, opens up exciting new possibilities and presents us with new challenges.
A study by the Ponemon Institute concludes that data in the cloud is insufficiently protected. This is not because the clouds do not offer appropriate protection. The problem is that they are not being implemented by customers.
The outsourcing of applications to the public cloud poses challenges to the communication between users and applications, but also between hybrid applications, such as data in the data center and web applications in the cloud.
Microsoft's German Azure Cloud does not fully comply with data protection regulations - even though it is operated by the German T-Systems. This is the conclusion of the Magazine for Professional Information Technology iX.
Increasingly, large companies are turning to multi-cloud models when it comes to their IT infrastructure. Multi-cloud solutions will be the norm by 2020. A new survey of 1730 IT decision-makers from eight European countries commissioned by aspectra partner Interxion demonstrates this trend.
The outsourcing of applications to the public cloud poses challenges for communication between users and applications, but also between applications that operate in hybrid mode, such as data stored in a data center and web applications in the cloud.
The US Supreme Court has dropped the data disclosure case against Microsoft. So Microsoft has won... or has it?
In the coming weeks, the U. S. Supreme Court will decide whether or not U. S. cloud providers will have to disclose data to U. S. authorities even if they are stored outside the United States. If the court so judges, the compliance of US cloud providers with the EU-GDPR is fundamentally undermined.