A generic data center, also called a server farm, is a centralized repository for the storage, management and dissemination of data and information pertaining to a particular business. It is maintained as a specialized facility with restricted access and contains automated systems that constantly monitor server activity, web traffic, and network performance.
A data center must therefore keep high standards for assuring the integrity and functionality of its hosted business-critical computer environment. This is accomplished through redundancy of power, which includes emergency backup power supply, redundant data communications connections, environmental controls and security devices.
- Centralized Management of IT infrastructure
- Redundancy of data for disaster recovery
- Conduct maintenance work without any disruption to the rest of the network
- Consolidation of Physical and virtual setup
- Authenticated access to Technicians to the required Infrastructure
- Heterogeneous Environment with multiplatform
- Repeated crash testing and recovery
- Vendor and external access
- Control and Manage Power for optimization
- Secured Remote Patch Updates and Fixes
- Scalability of storage environment to accommodate the data growth