Author Archives: Industry Perspectives

Why Data Centers Look the Way They Do

Herb Zien_TH

Truth be told, today’s data center designs often result in inefficent, costly and very loud cooling solutions. It makes no sense when you consider the availability of liquid cooling technology, which can do wonders for achieving ultimate optimization and decreasing spending. Read More

Storage—On the Ground or in the Cloud?


The best part about the massive data created on a daily basis is that quite a few storage solutions exist both on-premises and in the cloud. Neither is better; it’s just a matter of which works best for your organization with respect to privacy, performance, availability and budget. Read More

Maximizing Cloud Resource Utilization with Workload Automation


There’s no doubt, that the inclusion of virtual and cloud resources has made a significant impact on flexibility, scalability and accessibility in data centers. However, disruptions in service can and often happen when the cloud and legacy equipment combine or when virtual machine sprawl occurs. Here are some tips for keeping processes running in the face of these two challenges. Read More

The Intelligent Data Center

Methode_Tim Hazzard_TH

The most important aspect of a data center is its reliability. So, it stands to reason that an integrated DCIM solution that allows for proactive problem solving and prevention would help ensure 24/7 availability. Read More