System Engineering & Administration

Versiant has certified engineers working three shifts in a 24x7 support model to monitor and manage your Operating System (OS) and infrastructure, so you can invest time and money where it counts.  We know what you're up against, and we'd like to help.

Versiant's OS Administration services cover everything from continuous monitoring and alerting, patching and updates, and overall day-to-day management.


Depending on your requirements, we offer a variety of OS management options. Versiant can provide administration, clustering support, and basic file replication for your operating system. We support IBM AIX, Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows, Red Hat Linux, and CentOS Linux environments.

Operating System Administration

Versiant's Operating System Administration not only monitors your environment, but manages it for you as well. You'll have 24x7 notification, ticket generation, and all of the following features:

  • Initial installation of the operating system and security hardening
  • Ongoing patches and updates based on manufacturer recommendations
  • Extensive reporting and monitoring including: system logs, hardware monitoring, metrics reporting access, annual and semi-annual server, performance and vulnerability reports, and port monitoring and alerting
  • System runbook creation and documentation
  • OS troubleshooting support
  • Daily visual inspection by our system administrators
  • Regular mock failover testing to ensure resiliency
Operating System High Availability
Operating System Clustering

With Operating System Clustering, you'll enjoy the redundancy of two physical servers for mission critical applications - if one server fails, the second server takes over, resulting in zero downtime. This package includes:

  • All OS Administration features listed above
  • Oracle Solaris Clustering
  • IBM Power HA
  • Red Hat/ CENTOS cluster environment support
  • Veritas Clustering
  • Windows cluster environment support
  • Monitoring and management, installations, and configuration of the cluster