What is Dynamic Data Center?
Dynamic data centers are designed in a way such that the underlying hardware and software layers can respond dynamically to changing levels of demand in more fundamental and efficient ways. It is also known as Infrastructure 2.0 and Next Generation Data Center. The basic premise of Dynamic Data Center is that leverage pooled IT resources can provide flexible IT capacity, enabling the seamless, real-time allocation of IT resources in line with demand from business processes. This is achieved by using server virtualization technology to pool computing resources wherever possible, and allocating these resources on-demand using automated tools. This allows for load balancing and is a more efficient approach than keeping massive computing resources in reserve to run tasks that take place.
Dynamic data centers are more apt for the changing business needs than conventional data centers, where a single tweak takes almost entire day to reflect on the user account. Not only will dynamic data centers help engage more customers, but will also help achieve greater automation. This, in turn, will reduce burden on the workforce that can then be utilized elsewhere. Cloud computing is one such system entirely based on dynamic resource delivery system.