You may not think of a data center as a dangerous working environment, but there are many hazards that require proper training of personnel. Read More
The need to store some data on-premises and other off-premises has resulted in a natural progression into the hybrid age. Read More
The employment of an Independent Service Organization (ISO) allows organizations to operate their data centers with equipment from any number of different vendors. Read More
It’s imperative that manufacturing organizations often slow to replace legacy systems adopt new technologies to transform their businesses digitally. Read More
The Total Cost of Ownership with respect to power systems needs to be calculated over the long-term and at different points in their life cycle. Read More
An energy management system that helps you understand temperature patterns and correlations in the data center will allow you to turn up the heat and lower costs. Read More
DCIM tools and software provide colocation customers with much-needed transparency and visibility into data center assets. Read More
Combining intelligent controls with data center thermal management systems can yield up to 50 percent higher cooling energy savings and achieve annual mechanical PUEs under 1.2.
Prior to the rapid growth of virtualization, applications were easily configured because a company’s web server, database server and middleware were all in one place. That’s no longer the case today, and automation is key for managing the complexity.