Every Data Center today follows the best practices, and it’s hard to differentiate from one to another. Today there are multiple Data Centers available. However, Neutrality, interconnectivity, and traffic have made Micronvoa thrive amidst other DC Service Providers in Bangalore.
Our Data Centers were established to provide reliable, well managed, and networked carrier-neutral DC Infrastructure Services in Bangalore and its surrounding areas.
Micronova DC is a Tier III compliant Data Center that offers the most aggressive SLA to support and scale your business to new heights.
We are located in Basavanagudi, Bangalore, where our Data Center is 6 kilometers away from the Central Business District and 20KM away from Bangalore International Airport. We deploy global operating standards and procedures along with the state-of-the-art infrastructure for customers so that they can access their mission-critical data at all times without any disturbances.
Micronova Data Center has zero histories of downtime since the first time it started to serve the market. This exceptional performance results from our IT team, who hold substantial experience of more than 20years in Information Technology, Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), and services.
Being the carrier-neutral Data Centre in South Bangalore, Micronova DC is here to provide world-class services, bringing you peace of mind.
Data Center Facility Specification
Micronova Data Center Security
Micronova DC physical security is built and designed making a strict selection to people who wishe to access the restricted area and to ensure that your data and equipment are safe. The data center premise is surrounded by 3 meters high concrete walls with segregation between people and the goods gate. Protected with 3 layers of authentication access control, video surveillance, and our datacentre building is surrounded by 2 meters high steel fence. Equipped with a Visitor Management System and audited by the third party for Threat, Vulnerability, and Risk Assessment (TVRA). We use advanced security equipment, techniques and procedures to control and monitor access to our data centers. People access is segregated into 2 areas with a specific level of authorities to access each area and you will need to pass through 3 security checkpoints that include manned security stations and biometric readers.
Micronova DC – the most reliable data center, can help secure your business operations by following global operating standards. With our co-location services, you can protect your mission-critical data and also assure yourself with operational excellence, aggressive SLA of 99.9% with uptime availability, and equal or not more than 5 minutes downtime tolerance.
Micronova Data Center Support
Cross connects are more than pieces of cable connecting servers. They are your means of directly connecting with business partners, content providers, Internet Service Providers and carriers. At Micronova DC, we understand that connectivity is the most important engine for any IT environment.
We’ll be there when you can’t! Manage your business infrastructure and maximize operational uptime within the Data Centre by utilizing the remote Smart Hands service. Remote Smart Hands allows customers to manage/outsource their business operations and maximize uptime within the Data Centre by utilizing Micronova DC’s technical resources. Remote Smart Hands provides a wide range of support, whether you require technical assistance within the Data Centre or from a remote location. Micronova DC is equipped to offer a full scope of services to be there when you can’t. The Data Centre technicians are trained to be the eyes and hands for the management of your infrastructure. Our remote Smart Hands technicians are trained in the latest technologies and are available 24*7. Remote Smart Hands offers 24-hour access to qualified technical support.
What is the difference between the data center and the cloud?
A Data Center is on-premise solution that is installed locally using the company’s own servers and computers.
Whereas Cloud solution are hosted on the vendor’s servers that can be accessed using a web console.
Having an in-house Data Center can be costly as it needs a lot of investment for purchasing hardware, servers, and dedicated employees to monitor and control. With Cloud solution,client will have to pay for the usage and easily scale the infrastructure according to companies requirement.
Why is a Co-location Data Center so important to business?
Data Center Co-location drastically reduces cost as it eliminates investment in infrastructure, allowing companies to share facilities with other businesses. The additional benefits of Data Center Co-location are redundancy, managed security, reduced power costs, better bandwidth speeds, state-of-the-art -facilities, and many more.
What do you mean by a Tier 3 compliant Data Center?
A Tier 3 compliant Data Center like Micronova undergoes regular maintenance without disturbing its operations. These facilities provide better network uptimes of 99.98% as per the TIER 3 compliant standards and the downtime is allowed only for maintenance or for resolving emergency issues.
N+1 Redundancies help to maintain uptime number even at times of adversity.
They also have power backups to protect from power outages.
Tier 2 Data Center are those that do not allow 22 hours of downtime per annum. A minimum amount of uptime i.e., 99.74% is provided by the Tier 2 Data Center within a year.
These Facilities do not have redundancy in all parts of its operation except for the most critical components – power and cooling systems.
They have partial redundancy and none of the systems are fault-tolerant.
Tier 1 Data Center are the ones that don’t allow more than 28.8 hours of downtime per annum, provide zero redundancy but they don’t have redundancy guarantees for its power and cooling process. Per annum, they provide 99.67% uptime which is the lowest uptime
How important is latency in the Data Center site location?
The location between the Data Center to your office can affect the speed and latency of your website. Having a server far away from its user requires the information and data to travel longer distances leading to higher latency.
Having low latency helps the website load faster for your customer.
What is the best strategy for Data Center Disaster Recovery (DR)?
Any Data Center with DR site architecture is ideal to offer better redunadcy interms of backing up of data and for quick restoration of services.
Micronova Data Center backup it’s primary DC with DR site at Chennai there by assures it’s enterprise clients good resiliency on the network and data restorations are concerned.
What is a cloud computing data center?
Cloud Data Center is a remote version of a Data Center, which is located far from your business premises providing access to the center over the internet.
The infrastructure of a cloud computing data center allows running multi-tenant environments that are dynamically allocated to cloud users.
What are the best practices of data center design?
The best practices of a Data Center design essentially include multiple fibers and power routes for power feeds, power systems with at least N+3 redundant including UPS’s, backup generators, usage of free cooling to attain low PUE power usage in turn leading to the use of power to the servers and making sure that only a little energy is wasted on cooling.
What is the difference between a data center and a server room?
A Data Center is a facility that houses the network equipment whereas a server room consists of the same equipment, right down to cooling and electrical but the major difference is that the purpose is different and has a large in size.
Data Centers: Which option is better? Lease/rent or lease to own servers?
For a small business and start-ups purchasing a server can be costly instead renting one can be a better option. Leased Servers have their own benefits to benefit such businesses. But for a larger business, having an own server can be beneficial if the company has enough money to manage and control it.
What are the types of Data Centers?
There are four main types of data centers:
Enterprise data centers: These facilities are built, owned, and managed by companies for their users within the corporate building.
Managed services data centers: Usually, a third party who is also called a Managed Services Provider manages the Data Center on behalf of the company. In this case, the company leased both the infrastructure and equipment.
Colocation data centers: Co-location Data Center allows a company to house its Data Center along with others. These Centers have their own infrastructure, building, cooling, bandwidth, security, and the necessary features to manage Servers and Storage. Co-location Data Centers are located away from company premises.
Cloud data centers: A Cloud Data Center is not physically located in a particular building. The data in Cloud Data Centers are stored online on cloud servers. The Data on these servers are fragmented and duplicated across various locations.
What is shared web hosting?
A web hosting service where many websites reside on one web server connected to the Internet. This is generally the most economical option for hosting, as the overall cost of server maintenance is amortized over many customers.