Even just a minute of downtime for a larger company might result in millions of dollars lost. While the impact isn’t quite as larger for smaller firms, it is no less significant, and such blunders within the IT field might imperil a company’s entire operation. As a result, Network Operations Centers (NOC) play an essential role in managing and monitoring network infrastructure.
NOCs are primary places where an organization’s computer network and telecom infrastructure are supported, IT infrastructure events are detected, resolved, and data center availability is ensured. Depending on the situation, they can both be found within and outside of the data center. It’s usually connected to a high-speed internet connection or the internet backbone to supply as much bandwidth as possible.
Protected Harbor is regarded as one of the most significant NOC organizations, with a well-structured physical space, hardware infrastructure, communication infrastructure, staffing and training, dedicated servers, contingency and disaster recovery, plus access control and monitoring systems.