The burden of continually investing and upgrading IT infrastructure – then managing and maintaining the estate – can compromise your ability to focus on core business. With hosting propositions from BT Ireland, you can move to an IT operations model where the technology serves the business, rather than the other way round.
A modular range of managed infrastructure services is available on a common platform as standardised solutions or as customer-specific builds. Our dedicated server solution provides you with an end-to-end managed service – virtualised compute, firewalls and storage – behind a common front end of shared data centre services. BT owns the hardware and infrastructure; you lease what you need as an operational cost.
Alternatively, you can buy your own hardware and let BT host it as a co-location service. You have access to our best-in-class data centre services – connectivity to our local and global network, state-of the-art cages and security – supported with a best-practice service desk and the option of on-site professional support, where we become an extension of your IT team.
Best-practice services provide high availability and always-on connectivity from a secure Tier 3 data centre. Designed to protect your assets and assure performance in accordance with rigorous Service Level Agreements.
- ISO 20000/9001/14001/27001 accreditations
- ITIL best practice
- Managed network platform
- Fire/water detection systems
- Burstable bandwidth
- Single cabinet, dedicated caged area or dedicated hall
BT Managed Hosting
Let BT manage a hosted solution that meets your needs and budget. Mix shared and private infrastructure – BT’s Common Front End of firewall, network, compute and storage, combined with dedicated virtual services and cloud-type attributes, always optimised for your evolving requirements.
- Dedicated firewalls
- Intrusion detection and prevention
- Managed backup
- Database administration
- OS and application management
See how we've helped diverse businesses deliver real benefits.
Hotelbeds Group: the world’s number one bedbank stops at one place for all its IT needs
When poor IT infrastructure began to undermine its services, the all-Ireland tourism agency turned to BT
Providing mobile applications to the public sector, the firm chose a BT data centre to host its services and BT’s network for delivering them