Top Ten Data Center Stories, Month of October

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Will they be singing "Anchors Away" in a sea-going data center. Mysterious barge, complete with containers and linked by stairs, appears in San Francisco and Portland, Me, and rumors abound. (Photo by Jordan Novet.)

Will Googlers be singing “Anchors Away” in a sea-going data center? Mysterious barges, complete with containers and linked by stairs, appear in San Francisco Bay and Portland, Me. harbor, and rumors abound about these “secret” vessels. (Photo by Jordan Novet.)

October has been a busy month here at DCK, with coverage of the Google mystery barges, Facebook’s cold storage system and how DropBox stores “your stuff.” Here we present the top ten most popular stories published by Data Center Knowledge this month, ranked by page views. Enjoy!

A “shout-out” goes to Ron Vokoun of JE Dunn Construction, whose column almost made it to the “Top 10,” coming in at number 11 in page views. Many readers commented about the issue. Check it out, Top 7 Reasons Data Centers Don’t Raise Their Thermostats, and join the discussion, too.

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About the Author

Colleen Miller is a journalist and social media specialist. She has more than two decades of writing and editing experience, with her most recent work dedicated to the online space. Colleen covers the data center industry, including topics such as modular, cloud and storage/big data.

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