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What is a Data Center?

Data centers depict a physical location where organizations store their critical applications and data offered by a data center provider. The data center’s design is completely dependent on the network of computing and storage resources, allowing applications and data delivery.

A data center design’s core components include routers, servers, switches, firewalls, storage devices, and the controllers for application delivery. Since all these components are important for storing and managing important data and applications, the data center providers must deploy robust security mechanisms while planning a data center design.

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