Data center is an infrastructure facility to provide computing capabilities, storage and networking. The services offered by data centers are data storage, redundant data communications, and other security devices. Data centers offers the physical or virtual infrastructure services for companies to house computers, servers and networking systems and components for the company’s IT requirements.

As business and data grows constantly, in-house data centers face the challenge of constant hardware and infrastructure upgrades. To overcome this challenge third party data center service providers offer IT resources for clients (companies and organizations) for use in their business operations. Many business enterprise organizations are hiring services from third party data centers, such as cloud computing. Hence, we can understand that a data center requires huge server farms, storage arrays and networks and redundant telecommunications network and components to cater to the various needs of different types of organizations. Data centers to ensure reliability in services without any disruptions from the perspective of the user.


We are in a time of unprecedented change across business, IT, and technology driven by the need to compete in the Digital Economy. “The fast are disrupting the slow”.

We monitor the industry and customers needs to anticipate the products and services they need to be successful.

Make no mistake some businesses will not make it and many industries will look much different by the end of the decade.

45% of businesses are concerned about being disrupted and don’t have a clear understanding of the future of their industry.

IT will l play a critical roll in the success of businesses over the next few years and we have made a lot of great progress on the Digital Transformation journey.

Characteristics of Cloud

On-demand service
Broad network access
Rapid elasticity
Measured service

Service Models and Deployment

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) means you’re buying access to raw computing hardware over the Net, such as servers or storage. Since you buy what you need and pay-as-you-go, this is often referred to as utility computing. Ordinary web hosting is a simple example of IaaS: you pay a monthly subscription or a per-megabyte/gigabyte fee to have a hosting company

Software as a Service (SaaS) means you use a complete application running on someone else’s system. Web-based email and Google Documents are perhaps the best-known examples.

Platform as a Service (PaaS) means you develop applications using Web based tools so they run on systems software and hardware provided by another company. So, for example, you might develop your own ecommerce website but have the whole thing, including the shopping cart, checkout, and payment mechanism running on a merchant’s server.

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Next-Gen Data Center

The next-generation data center responds dynamically to disruptive change, melts technology silos and integrates legacy and new architectures to create a single, manageable ecosystem. The next-generation data center responds dynamically to disruptive change, melts technology silos and integrates legacy and new architectures to create a single, manageable ecosystem As workloads are executed, patterns are invoked dynamically to orchestrate all of the necessary infrastructure resources to meet workload demands in real-time.

Many IT leaders are enthusiastically pursuing this new model which holds potential to transform the data centre into a dynamic and agile asset: one that serves as a business response centre that will scale to meet the growing demands of the business and users. But bear in mind that this is a journey. The next-generation data centre isn’t just another product. It’s not something you simply ‘order in’, or even something you can physically see. This is a transformation that takes time; and you may need to change direction several times along the way. IT operations teams are struggling to keep up with rapid technology advancements, and the option of handing certain responsibilities over to third-parties, is an appealing option. Increasingly, IT operations are being outsourced, and in many organisations, IT leaders are acting as “IT service brokers” for the business.

‘However, some IT leaders are less comfortable about “letting go” of tasks that have traditionally fallen within their remit. While they see value in eliminating complexity through a managed services or outsourcing arrangement, they’re concerned about not having control of the technologies that prospective partners might be using.

Focus on workloads and platforms, not the technology.

Effectively dealing with high levels of complexity also means rethinking the way you maintain, operate, and support your workloads and data. According to us today, it’s no longer just about deploying technology. ‘You need to first look at your workloads and then consider what kind of services you can provide to your users – be they internal departments or customers,’ Then you need to consider how you’re going to support and maintain those workloads.

Vizodo is frequently asked by clients for assistance in formulating workload decision criteria and matrices, and identifying which platforms are most appropriate for different services – on-premise, off-premise, or a hybrid model.



Virtualization is the process of creating a software-based (or virtual) representation of something rather than a physical one. Virtualization can apply to applications, servers, storage, and networks and is the single most effective way to reduce IT expenses while boosting efficiency and agility for all size businesses.

Benefits of Virtualization

Virtualization can increase IT agility, flexibility, and scalability while creating significant cost savings. Workloads get deployed faster, performance and availability increases and operations become automated, resulting in IT that’s simpler to manage and less costly to own and operate. Additional benefits include:

  • Reduce capital and operating costs.
  • Minimize or eliminate downtime.
  • Increase IT productivity, efficiency, agility and responsiveness.

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