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Data center outsourcing is a growing trend, with many large enterprises embracing the financial and operational benefits associated with wholesale co-location solutions.
Outsourced data center operators are required to offer service level agreements related to all the key environmental and infrastructure elements of the building. When an SLA is missed, the operator is required to compensate the tenant.
Creating distance between a company corporate headquarters and its production data center eliminates the risk of a single event,such as a utility blackout or a natural disaster taking out both facilities.