Main Components of Data Center Infrastructure
A data center is a centralized repository that houses a network of computer servers generally used by companies for the remote storage, running, or distribution of huge amounts of data. A data center can range from a room, a house or a massive warehouse building set up with data communications connections, security devices, environmental controls and backup power supplies. The visual featured on this post illustrates the main components of data center infrastructure. Their structural parts are larger and more robust to be able to sustain explosives and natural disasters. See also Different Types of Web Hosting Services.