Data Related Concepts

Data Center

A data center is a physical location that uses a sophisticated network and offers the computing power to execute applications, the storage capacity to process data, and the networking to connect employees with the resources they need to do their job. Virtual networks that support applications and workloads across pools of physical infrastructure, as well as a multi-cloud environment, have replaced the traditional on-premises physical servers in terms of infrastructure. There are four main types of data centers – enterprise, managed services, colocation, and cloud data centers. Energy use is a central issue for data centers. According to Technavio’s analysis the data center market is expected to increase by $615.96 billion from 2021 to 2026 at a CAGR of 21.98%.