In the 1990s after the innovation of Unix Servers, driven the need for client-server sharing facilities for multiple users operation. Initially, the Servers were kept in a separate room, the server room was later on referred to as “Data Centre” and this is how the first Data Centre in the world was created. During the dot-com bubble in 1997–2000 the data centre needs in the world was at its peak for the first time in history. During this time modern techniques and standards were introduced applied to the data centre development.
In future, the data centres of today will be completely transformed to the cloud environment which will provide much better flexibility in terms of operation and support. Virtualisation, Cloud Computing, and Software-defined networking (SDN) will change the face of the data centres and will add value to its operation and tiers capacity.
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