Data Centers are undergoing transformations in order to meet new needs in a more distributed and efficient way. Know more!
With the advancement of technology, many companies are seeking to adapt to the new scenario. With this, the need for changes and upgrades in the Data Centers arises to meet these new demands.
Stop to think about how many times a day you and other employees access your company’s systems and information simultaneously? Probably your answer will be “many times” or “always”.
Because of this constantly expanding demand – along with the need for agility, performance, and security for applications and data, Data Centers are moving to a new process, seeking a high level of distribution and efficiency.
In this design, the biggest differential is efficiency. It must be offered in all aspects, from energy to operational and computational. That’s what sets one data center apart from others.
According to the Gartner research, 56% of companies have their IT budgets focused solely on data center infrastructure and operations. The CIOs will have to focus on the cost optimization opportunities of the business as a whole, in order to provide additional funds, not only for the IT area but for the entire company.
Understanding more about the Data Center:
The Data Center is an environment designed to house servers and other components, such as storage systems and network assets (switches, routers).
Its main objective is to ensure the availability of equipment that runs systems that are crucial to an organization’s business, such as Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) certifying business continuity.
Better to understand, a Data Center is a value-added service modality that offers large-scale data processing and storage capabilities so that organizations of all sizes and even professionals can have a high-capacity, security and is equally capable of hardware and software to process and store information.
The Data Center is the nerve center of business, an integral part of your brain. It is not possible to imagine a company, regardless of medium or large size, that it can produce without its Data Center running at full load. Because it holds such important information, the Data Center cannot afford to be “out of the loop,” because the risk of compromising its revenue and profitability is extremely high, that is, it is imperative that it be always available to ensure the continuity of business.
Greater distribution and efficiency
It is estimated that in future the Data Centers will be in several places, having as their main aspect the best-distributed services.
In that sense, these environments will be smaller, denser, and distributed to gain business efficiency and energy and will be space savings,” says Gartner research.
With the great prospect of increasing the adoption of Public Cloud in the market, the Data Centers are being architected in search of optimizing services with a low cost (that is already a characteristic of the public cloud hosting), but not leaving aside the security and credibility.
For those who run real-time applications and require immediate server back-up, Data Centers are also being designed to run applications faster, reducing communication delays, providing a high level of customer satisfaction for their total efficiency.