Data Center Migration

A data center must also contain an adequate infrastructure, such as power distribution and supplemental power subsystems, including electrical switching; uninterruptable power supplies; backup generators and so on; ventilation and data center cooling systems, such as computer room air conditioners; and adequate provisioning for network carrier (telstity.

Risk Reduction

When relocating a data centre, extended or unplanned downtime and the potential loss of data are the main risks that have to be recognised and mitigated.To what extent a business can tolerate these risks will depend on the importance of the applications it is migrating. If the particular applications are mission

Regaining knowledge

When planning for the data migration, it is vital to understand everything that is taking place in the existing computing environment. However, some applications may be decades old and have been in continuous use throughout their lifetimes.

Ensuring compatibility

Legacy applications may not be compatible with the hardware in the new data centre. If this is the case, a business has two options.The first is a physical ‘lift and shift’, which involves physically moving the existing hardware to the new location

Network particularities

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Limiting latency

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Data Center

I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.A data center (or datacenter) is a facility composed of networked computers and storage that businesses or other organizations use to organize, process, store and disseminate large amounts of data. A business typically relies heavily upon the applications, services and data contained within a data center, making it a focal point and critical asset for everyday operations.