Data Center

The purpose of modern data center networking is to accommodate multiple data center tenants with a variety of workloads. In such a network, servers are the components that provide users (and the programs working on their behalf) with requested services.The simplest such networking services may be responses to API function calls. Servers may also provide users/clients with applications, by way of Web protocols, language platforms, or virtual machines that provide users with full desktops.


Networks provide servers, clients, applications, and middleware with a common map with which to stage the execution of workloads, and also with which to manage access to the data they produce. The coordinated work between servers and clients in a network is the workflow that requires data center networking between resources. Data is exchanged between servers and clients, although for modern data centers, there is no central overseer of such exchanges.

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