Servers & racks

Servers and racks are two key components of data center infrastructure.

Servers are computer systems designed to manage and store large amounts of data, applications, and services for organizations. Servers can be used for a variety of purposes, including web hosting, file sharing, email, and database management. 

There are different types of servers, including cloud servers, dedicated servers, and virtual servers.

Racks are structures designed to hold and organize server and networking equipment in a data center. Racks come in different sizes and capacities, and are designed to support the weight and dimensions of the equipment being stored. Racks typically include mounting rails, cable management systems, and power distribution units.

By using servers and racks in a data center, organizations can effectively store, manage, and access large amounts of data and applications. The combination of servers and racks helps to improve the reliability, security, and performance of data center infrastructure, while also making it easier to manage and maintain.