Data center architecture basics and Usefulness

Data center is used to provide 24*7 availability of services with effectiveness. Several computers, storage devices, servers, cables, connectors, power generators, backup devices plays the vital role to form the Data center. All the equipments in the data center produces the much heat so it is required to cool the systems and servers. Without cooling it may fails and servers may goes down and all the public who are using the services my face the problems and it take much time on maintenance. Now consider the Data center of the Google, Microsoft, Facebook. All this provides the lots of services to the users and growth of the peoples who are using all this services becomes more and more.

Now consider any of this popular data center which provides big amount of services to the peoples around the world goes down for a while with small fault in the data center. In such a situation experts of this domain works hard to troubleshoot and identify the fault and fixes to make it available. But today this is not the problem because the data center having the backup plans such that any issues occurs with the single server than its workload gets migrated to the other server without knowledge of the user who is using this service.
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So, it is essential for the data center to be up 24*7 or make the %uptime nearer to 99.99%.

So if you are eager to know more on Data center then you must follow the below mentioned Terms first. Just note down all the topics and search on the internet for details to know how each terms useful for Data center.

Data center Terms:

Reliability, Resiliency, Availability, Serviceability, Fault-Tolerant Systems, HA (High Availability) Clusters, Heartbeat Network, HP (High Performance) Clusters, DR (Disaster Recovery), MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure), MTTR (Mean Time to Repair) etc.

If you want advanced knowledge on DC then go through the below mentioned topics which may helpful in your Seminar as well.

Data center Seminar Topics:

Data center architecture and per-requisites
Point of distribution
NOC/SOC
SNMP
Data Center-Physical and logical Security
HVAC
DC Consolidation
Server Consolidation
Storage Consolidation
Network Consolidation
Service Consolidation
Process Consolidation
System management Best Practices
Server-cluster Best Practices
Data storage Best practices
Network management Best practices
Documentation Best Practices
SAN
NAS
Load Balancing

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