Season 2 of “D for Data Center” is here!
If you are someone who is looking to learn more about Data Center Design, Planning, Execution & Management then this Blog is for YOU!
As most of you don’t know but Data Centers are rapidly expanding. They are one of the most vital components to running a successful business. As Data Centers collect and process data 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without them the Business would not function the same way.
Data Centers store all the data, right from banking information to your emails, Hard disk drives, tape drives, cloud or remote storage, and other forms of internal and external storage.
Data centers are designed to store this information and make it accessible to everyone during the time of need and without it, you can’t do much.
Our First series on “D for Data Center” was our initiative to share our 27+ years of expertise and knowledge about Power and Data Center Solutions with everyone so that you could make the right decisions when you need one.
In our new series, we will be talking more about Data Centre Planning, Design, Execution & Management in detail and after watching the complete series you will be able to execute the Data Centre project for your Business successfully.
Season 2 of D for Data Center has finally been released! We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed filming it.
The new series Features of
-Ideal site for Data Centre Setup
– Space requirement considering your Load requirement
-Space for Installing Electrical Panel
-UPS, Batteries, Power Distribution, and Cooling Units
-Load Sizing to calculate Load requirement.
But before that, let us know more about some of the Important terms of a Data Center.
Well, there are many key concepts used in a Data Center, but these are some of the important terms:
1-Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) – These are Backup units installed within the Data Center and used only when the main power source is disrupted due to any reasons
2- Power Distribution Unit (PDU) – It is a device used in data centers to control and distribute electric power.
3- Service Level Agreement (SLA) – It is a contract between the ISP and companies that specifies in detail how a service will be delivered in terms of response time, uptime, and other many parameters.
4- Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) – It is a software that gives Data Center operators the ability to run efficient data center operations and improve data center infrastructure planning and design.
5- Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) – It is a device or an application that actively monitors your network from malicious activities and alerts the users when it detects an attack.
6- Kilo Watt-hour (kWh) – It is a unit of measurement of energy. Eg- 1-kilowatt hour (kWh) is the energy consumed by a 1,000-watt
Wondering why do Data Centers need to be so large?
Data centers are designed to be large because of the many servers that are stored in them. There are two ways to store data, on hard drives or cloud storage. Data centers typically use hard drives to store their data, and these hard drives need a lot of space due to their high capacity.
Without Data Center, we wouldn’t be able to access the internet or use any of the services we know and love like Google, Facebook, or YouTube.
It will be hard for Companies to survive without Data Center because if they lose their crucial business database, then they will suffer from huge losses
And that’s not it!
If you find any difficulties in Planning the Data Center, you can contact us anytime and our Top Industry Experts will guide you in your way and smoothen the process of protecting your Valuable and crucial data and save your Business from future losses.
This season covers everything about Data Center that you need to know.
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