Hyperscale computing is overscaled computing. It is a data center architecture that adapts to increased demands at short notice and seamlessly provides computing power, storage resources and more powerful networks
. Hyperscale data centers can consist of thousands of virtual servers that actively intervene directly when demand increases. Since corresponding architectures are built with off-the-shelf products, the total cost of ownership is based on availability requirements. Hyperscale computing usually works with distributed computing systems in distributed computing, grid computing or cloud computing.