Innovation is at the core of Peraton’s work. The company routinely creates services for customers based on their needs, stated requirements, outcomes and/or objectives. Because Peraton is not an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), the company can offer as-a-Service solutions based on multiple OEMs’ products at very competitive prices.
Enterprise IT As-A-Service is composed of server technologies (i.e., physical servers, converged and hyper-converged infrastructures); storage technologies (i.e., All-Flash and hybrid storage arrays for block, file, and object storage services); Storage Area Network (SAN) technologies (i.e., directors, switches, and Fibre Channel extenders for FC, FICON, FCoE, and NVME over fabric services); and ethernet technologies (i.e., switching and routing services and a wide variety of network appliances, software, and appliance services) priced and delivered on a unit-of-capacity basis.
Peraton’s model provides customers with flexibility across all aspects of the business cycle. Customers can choose between pay-as-you-go or prepaid subscriptions, invoices based on quantities ordered or quantities consumed, and either minimally managed or fully managed delivery services. This flexibility enables customers to tailor their support to meet mission requirements.
The Storage, Compute, and the Virtual Machine Categories each have several types of services that represent the best requested, common services in use at government agencies.