Infrastructure Provisioning

Expect zero human intervention to configure hardware and deploy software.

Save Time and Money with Ormuco’s Automated Infrastructure Provisioning

Initial Capacity Planning

Ormuco Infrastructure Provisioning allows an organization to configure its IT infrastructure in accordance with its compute, network, and storage needs. An efficient architecture must take into account all operational environments with respective dependencies.
Capacity Planning
Automated Hardware Setup

Automated Hardware Setup

Traditionally, administrators oversee a mesh of hardware that includes servers, storage, switches, and routers installed manually. Automated infrastructure provisioning looks very different. Automation allows for a completely remote installation of bare metal servers. It also sets virtual environments up on the hardware.

Infrastructure as Code (IaC), Best for DevOps

Ormuco Infrastructure Provisioning is shaped according to best practices in DevOps such as CI/CD. Infrastructure is managed from code, so that deployments are traceable and reproducible. Unlike using static images, Infrastructure Provisioning employs scripts and RESTful APIs to automatically deploy virtual machines, databases, Docker containers, and applications with other resources to fit immediate enterprise needs.
Infrastructure as Code
Edge Computing

Powering Edge Computing

Ormuco Infrastructure Provisioning is critical to the success of edge computing. It allows for virtual resources to be dynamically provisioned and unprovisioned at will. This can be done remotely on thousands of edge nodes on demand, without any human intervention.

Choose Your Infrastructure Design: Bare Metal Servers or Virtual Machines?

Would you rather run bare-metal servers or virtual machines? We can handle both types of deployment. Here are good reasons to choose bare metal.


Dual Power

Bare metal provisioning combines the performance of single-tenant physical servers and the automation capabilities of the cloud and edge.


Less Complex

By removing the hypervisor layer, the control plane directly communicates with the hardware, decreasing the complexity of the infrastructure.



Bare metal is best for High-Performance Computing use cases such as databases that run slow on a hypervisor, and for applications that are unlicensed for virtualization.


Repurpose Legacy Equipment

The concepts behind bare metal provisioning are also used to provision proprietary or legacy hardware that can’t be virtualized.

When Automated Infrastructure Provisioning Matters

Hover on a challenge that businesses face when it comes to infrastructure provisioning and see how automation could help.


Using virtual resources in the infrastructure “as a service” model simplifies your operations, with a zero-touch approach.

Capacity planning requires a large amount of human effort, resulting in service complexity.


Remote installation demands fewer human and technical resources to deploy infrastructure, thus reducing CapEx.

On-premise installation requires a large upfront investment.


Containerization packages applications and reduces dependency on hardware deployment, thus expediting delivery times.

Depending on hardware to be delivered and configured delays projects.


Hardware abstraction allows infrastructure resources to be delivered, decommissioned, and redeployed at will.

Resources that are tied to hardware are harder to scale.

Beyond Provisioning Infrastructure: Edge Computing and DevOps

Watch how automated infrastructure provisioning supports autonomous vehicle technology and DevOps environment configuration.

Want to See What Goes Into Infrastructure Provisioning?

Read our blog articles exploring different infrastructure options.