The event was held as part of IBM's "Inside the Cloud" tour around the Asia Pacific.
The datacentre on display was a 6.1-metre offering that was triple-sealed to withstand the elements.
People in the industry were invited to tour the portable datacentre yesterday.
IBM's Australia, New Zealand site leader for Site and Facilities Services David Yip (left) and IBM Global Technology Services executive Brian Canney (right)
Inside the container, all of the racks sit on tracks and allows IT staff to work on the equipment without exposing it to the outside elements.
Inside a server rack
The container is kept secure with security gear. This camera takes a snapshot of anyone who modifies a server rack.
A secured cable entry point. Reinforced to withstand the elements and protect the internal equipment.
Yet another security camera
This particular model of the portable datacentre comes with InRow cooling options; however, there are an infinite number of cooling facilities IBM can install.