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A conventional data center is a physical location where an organization may hold their IT equipment and operations center. This is where a company or multiple companies will store their data, manage it, and distribute it according to the request and authorization of the recipient. Data centers are thus where an organization hold most of their core networking and IT security systems, making it mandatory for the data center to have the highest possible uptime. Maintenance and upgrades are a critical aspect in data center upkeep and help prevent the loss of networking time. Data centers can broadly be classified under the network over which they function. Data centers can therefore function on the Internet or the internal systems of an organization. Apart from the IT equipment, a typical data center also requires a skilled operation staff, uninterruptible power sources, and physical security systems to function at an optimal level.