Inside Go Daddy’s Phoenix Data Center
April 17th, 2012 By: Rich Miller
The global infrastructure for domain registrar Go Daddy is anchored by a 320,000 square foot data center in Phoenix, which came online in June 2006 and has been gradually expanded with eight data halls, with room for another eight pods for future expansion. Data Center Knowledge recently had a tour of the huge facility, the lynchpin of an internet infrastructure that supports 52 million domains and 5 million web sites. Here’s a look Inside Go Daddy’s Data Center.