A data center is a repository that houses computing facilities like servers, routers, switches and firewalls, as well as supporting components like backup equipment, fire suppression facilities and air conditioning. A data center may be complex (dedicated building) or simple (an area or room that houses only a few servers). Additionally, a data center may be private or shared.

 

Data Centers are specialized facilities that provides disaster resilient physical infrastructure, uninterrupted power with effective cooling and precision controlled environment with highest service levels to ensure high availability of customer mission critical environment.

Importance of data center comes in the perspective of managing data produced by organizations, be it telecommunication, educational institutions, financial Institutions, online marketing or social media Websites.

 

Therefore, organizations require data centers to compile data on servers so that it can be accessed by any user sitting in any corner of the globe via Internet enabled devices.

 

Currently, the businesses thrive on internet and data. Therefore, data backup is the first-step protection that businesses can have to ensure smooth operations. It is also used to protect the organization’s data against damage, theft, software failure, and disaster.

With a dependable datacenter, the organization can retrieve the data in case that they are damaged or interrupted. Unlike physical assets, such as buildings, which can be resurrected through insurance in case of fire or natural disaster, lost data are incurable unless you have their backup. This is why data center is particularly important for an enterprise.