Data Center and Cloud

A data center is a facility that houses computer systems, servers, and networking equipment for the purpose of processing, storing, and disseminating large amounts of data. It is a centralized location where organizations store and manage their critical information, applications, and services.

Data centers typically include backup power supplies, environmental controls such as air conditioning and fire suppression systems, and various security measures such as biometric access controls and video surveillance. They are designed to ensure high availability and reliability of services, with redundancy built into the systems to minimize downtime and ensure continuous operation.