Microsoft has a fine quality way to store their data: In an underwater datacenter farm, which located costa of Scotland, proficient in holding 27.6 petabytes of the information. Actually, it’s a part of Project Natick, also the company’s testbed for the possibility of underwater data farm powered by offshore, recoverable energy.
According to the Verge, the datacenter was descended in June 2018, but at this time Microsoft has installed two quality underwater supported cameras that can provide a live system at the sunken datacenter.
Yes, you can identify fish and other sea creatures that swimming nearby a tank which include a lot of data.
So please don’t expect to see anything frantic, it’s primary fish exulting nearby a big tank, and you also trust to the Microsoft’s word that it maintains 12 racks including 865 standard Microsoft datacenter server system with the heavy amount of storage like to 5 million movies.
But there’s something pacifying about watching fish that thoughtlessly swim around something that, that something pretty big fish enters the camera’s picture, which is quite cool.
However, Microsoft put the cameras to identify the atmospheric conditions around the data center, which is dispensed within 12 nautical miles of land at a depth of “ never more than 328 feet.” But now face it- they likely did it just because of that they can.
Video Courtesy: Mashable