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Modern Data Center Storage Technologies

Modern Data Center Storage Technologies

The convergence and virtualization trends of modern Data Center storage are extending their scope to meet next generation requirements.  The article gives a brief on modern practices and future technologies that will meet the demands of advanced Data Center storage.

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The Server – The Commodity wonder child of the Data Center

The Server – The Commodity wonder child of the Data Center

The online world depends on Data Centers.  They occupy large building spaces that house servers and the accompanying storage and network. Servers take the centerstage when it comes to the online experience.  They are known as service-driven, application-specific computing machines that are highly adaptable.  They are reliable and capable of virtualization and consolidation, making daily operations simpler for network and database administrators.

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Evolution of Data Communication Standards

Evolution of Data Communication Standards

As the computer industry grows, data centers are going through a constant evolution to meet the increasing data management demand. Data centers have to change to accommodate the new designs, increased complexity, higher speeds, and higher densities.

Server racks were initially designed to support early data center design and development. However, the constant changes lead to the requirement of creating a common connector interface or standard. 

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Hyperscale Computing: Innovation for Data Centers

Hyperscale Computing: Innovation for Data Centers

What is Hyperscale Computing?

Hyperscale computing refers to the facilities required in distributed computing environments to efficiently scale from a few servers to thousands, and is commonly used in environments such as Big Data and Cloud Computing. Hyperscale architecture is typically made up of individual small servers, called “Nodes” which are grouped together to provide inexpensive computing, storage, and networking.

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