In order for a data centers to become better centers of knowledge and innovation, everything must shift towards increasing the speed, capacity and reliability of data to power business operations through the growing Internet of Things. But what does future hold for Data Centers? We expect to see that most future data center adaptations will include maximizing uptime, energy efficiency and security as it is aiming for it right now. In addition to these, we will see artificial intelligence, which is already developing, more common in data centers.
Fully-Automated Data Centers;
Within 2020 social distancing has become more apparent due to pandemic. Many of us had to resort in working remotely. Now think of a data center;
Imagine a Data Center that works on itself, and barely needing any maintenance from a human contact. Everything is done by machines and optimized to its fullest. This is what the future holds for data centers in upcoming years.
Through AI, minimum human interaction in data centers we predict problems are being able to be solved proactively rather than reactively. With the help of AI, Industry is greatly shifting towards improving the methods and other remote control features of data center equipment which can do plethora of things such as swapping servers to control temperatures and cooling alike.
Although complete automation may not be possible for the near future for every data center, but the convenience of partially automated data centers can be already seen by world leading data center providers. As the AI and Machine Learning technology becomes more common in our daily life for us, we’ll start seeing changes in data centers to be available. Some Data Centers may still rely on some degree of human interaction, but developments in AI technology can change that one thing in a quick succession.