Here’s a recap of the 10 most popular stories that ran on Data Center Knowledge in September:
EMC Rolls Out Hyper Converged Infrastructure with Arista Switches - Looking to simplify provisioning of compute, storage, and networking resources in a data center, EMC unveiled ScaleIO Node.
How Data Center Providers Have Become Cloud Leaders - In creating a data center platform ready for the cloud, administrators must take a few important details into consideration.
Switch Claims Reno Site Will be World’s Largest Data Center - SuperNap Tahoe Reno 1 is only the first phase of development. Switch’s future plans call for as many as seven buildings, mostly of comparable size. The campus will neighbor a Tesla battery manufacturing plant currently under construction.
Here’s What Caused the Amazon Cloud Outage - A minor network disruption at Amazon Web Services led to an issue with its NoSQL database service DynamoDB, causing some of the internet’s biggest sites and cloud services becoming unavailable
Data Center Consolidation: a Manager’s Checklist - We look at three key areas that managers should look at when it comes to data center consolidation: hardware, software, and the users.
AWS, GoDaddy Named in Ashley Madison Lawsuit - The suit seeks $3 million in damages, and also names 20 other defendants, three of whom operated sites which sold the leaked user data.
Who Needs Generators? Data Center Taps Directly into Grid for Power - The facility receives power directly from a bulk transmission line designed to transmit massive amounts of electricity over long distance.
Latency, Bandwidth, Disaster Recovery: Selecting the Right Data Center - Are you working with web applications? Are you delivering virtual desktops to users across the nation? There are several key considerations around the type of data or applications an organization is trying to deliver via the data center.
How Enterprise Cloud and Virtual Networking are Changing the Telco Market - Delivering enterprise connectivity services today is very different from even five years ago, and telecommunications companies that have dominated the market for many years today are having to make a lot of adjustments to the way they do business.
Six Facts in High-Availability Data Center Design - Data center design isn’t simply about infrastructure redundancy. As senior company executives pay more attention to what’s happening in the data center, it is more important than ever for a data center design to match specific company needs.