Data Centers Engineering Infrastructure

Data Centers Engineering Infrastructure

Datacenters are essential to the continuity of everyday operations since they store an organization’s most important and proprietary assets. As a result, one of an organization’s key concerns is to ensure the security and dependability of data centers and the information they house.
Bi Line will help you to deal with all the needed processes in order to keep your data center operational.
Here are some important phases of data center creation.

Power subsystem

Data centers depend on power for almost everything, much like anything else that uses electricity. In this regard, a steady power supply is a crucial component of a successful data center.
A single system must be able to be isolated for testing or repair without affecting the power supplied to other systems, and the power infrastructure must be built to offer adequate redundancy, remove any single points of failure, and meet these requirements.
The power subsystem includes the main components: Transformer, switchgear, UPS, PDU,
Backup generators, etc.

Environmental control subsystem (HVAC systems)

HVAC systems govern the ambient atmosphere (temperature, humidity, air movement, and air filtration) in , in enterprise data centers.
HVAC subsystem includes the following main components: Fans / Blowers, Air Handling Units,
Filters, Compressor, Condensing units, Evaporator (cooling coil), Control System, Air
Distribution System

Physical security and fire protection/prevention subsystems

Another essential component of a data center’s infrastructure is physical security. To protect datacenters, physical security measures should be taken into account and put into practice.
Four categories of security measures can be made. A video surveillance system, motion-activated security lighting, card swipes, biometrics, turnstiles, locking mechanisms, and other methods can be used to establish perimeter security, facility controls, computer room controls, and cabinet controls.
In a data center, it is essential to prevent a fire.
Fire alarm detection and fire protection systems, as well as dry protection systems for delicate locations like server rooms, are all included in the fire detection and suppression systems.

Cabling subsystem

All data centers have various types of cabling (from all-copper installation to all-fiber installation). Every data center’s connectivity, provided by cabling infrastructure, is what enables the everyday transactions that support organizations in making mission-critical decisions.

DCIM (System Monitoring & Control)

Data centers are monitored, measured, and managed by Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), which also includes supporting infrastructures including electricity and cooling systems and IT hardware. It is designed to aid managers in maximizing energy efficiency and avoiding equipment issues that result in downtime.

DCIM software generally falls into two main categories: monitoring/automation and planning/implementation, which provides:

• Greater visibility into the physical infrastructure
• Better decision-making and resource management
• Improved uptime
• Greater energy efficiency
• Reduced risk

If you trust Bi Line you will be relaxed as Bi Line will lead you through the following data center construction and maintenance processes with the help of major industry-recognized vendors and partners. Bi Line offers the whole process of creating Data Center which includes all the needed details.

Bi Line provides:

• Assessment
• Planning
• Design
• Construction
• Operation