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What Is A Data Center?

At its simplest, a data center is a physical facility that organizations use to house their critical applications and data. A data center’s design is based on a network of computing and storage resources that enable the delivery of shared applications and data. The key components of a data center design include routers, switches, firewalls, storage systems, servers, and application-delivery controllers.

What Defines A Modern Data Center?

Modern data centers are very different than they were just a short time ago. Infrastructure has shifted from traditional on-premises physical servers to virtual networks that support applications and workloads across pools of physical infrastructure and into a multicloud environment.

In this era, data exists and is connected across multiple data centers, the edge, and public and private clouds. The data center must be able to communicate across these multiple sites, both on-premises and in the cloud. Even the public cloud is a collection of data centers. When applications are hosted in the cloud, they are using data center resources from the cloud provider.

Why Are Data Centers Important To Business?

In the world of enterprise IT, data centers are designed to support business applications and activities that include:
Email and file sharing
Productivity applications
Customer relationship management (CRM)
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and databases
Big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning
Virtual desktops, communications and collaboration services

What Are The Core Components Of A Data Center?

Data center design includes routers, switches, firewalls, storage systems, servers, and application delivery controllers. Because these components store and manage business-critical data and applications, data center security is critical in data center design. Together, they provide:

Network Infrastructure

This connects servers (physical and virtualized), data center services, storage, and external connectivity to end-user locations.

Storage Infrastructure

Data is the fuel of the modern data center. Storage systems are used to hold this
valuable commodity.

Computing Resources

Applications are the engines of a data center. These servers provide the processing, memory, local storage, and network connectivity that drive applications.

What Are The Standards For Data Center Infrastructure?

The most widely adopted standard for data center design and data center infrastructure is ANSI/TIA-942. It includes standards for ANSI/TIA-942-ready certification, which ensures compliance with one of four categories of data center tiers rated for levels of redundancy and fault tolerance.

Tier 1

Basic Site Infrastructure

A Tier 1 data center offers limited protection against physical events. It has single-capacity components and a single, nonredundant distribution path.

Tier 2

Redundant-Capacity Component Site Infrastructure

This data center offers improved protection against physical events. It has redundant-capacity components and a single, nonredundant distribution path.

Tier 3

Concurrently Maintainable Site Infrastructure

This data center protects against virtually all physical events, providing redundant-capacity components and multiple independent distribution paths. Each component can be removed or replaced without disrupting services to end users.

Tier 4

Fault-Tolerant Site Infrastructure

This data center provides the highest levels of fault tolerance and redundancy. Redundant-capacity components and multiple independent distribution paths enable concurrent maintainability and one fault anywhere in the installation without causing downtime.


What People Are Saying

“TARIT INFOCOM has been a great partner to us for a few years now. They’ve helped us with designing and constructing our data center, and their team have proactively suggested ways & solutions to keep us up-to-date with the current industry standards. We’ve also been impressed with their commitment to customer service and communication — they’ve never failed to deliver whatever help we’ve asked for.”

Jatin Yadav

“Using the data center services from TARIT INFOCOM was a great experience. We found their assistance invaluable in successfully launching our IT operations. The availability of onsite service engineers at all times gave us the peace of mind which was badly needed at the time. We are glad to recommend them to anyone else requiring a professionally managed datacenter.”


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