Here are the 10 most popular stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge in October:
Microsoft Says Azure Outage Caused by Accidental Fire-Suppression Gas Release - A chain reaction of precautionary automated shutdowns lead to seven hours of service glitches.
HPE to Stop Selling Commodity Servers to Hyper-Scale Cloud Companies - Says will focus on higher-end hardware sales to enterprises and hyper-scalers
Oath, Verizon’s Big Bet on Digital Media, is Expanding Data Center Capacity - New data center in Quincy uses modified Yahoo Computing Coop design, adds 25MW in phase 1
Is RDMA the Future of Data Center Storage Fabrics? - Big data analytics, ever larger databases, and dense workload consolidation are driving the rise of RDMA.
Iron Mountain Buys Credit Suisse Data Centers in London and Singapore - Makes first move to expand internationally; enters two of world's hottest data center markets
Comparing Top Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Solutions: the 2017 Edition - Things are changing rapidly in the hyper-converged infrastructure space. Here’s what you need to know today.
Data Center Provider Switch Raises $531M in IPO - With market value of $4.2 billion, the deal is year’s second-largest tech IPO
Vantage Plans Massive Northern Virginia Data Center Campus - Land secured, the Digital Bridge-backed wholesale player prepares for Phase I in America’s hottest data center market.
Oracle Brings Blockchain-as-a-Service to Its Cloud - Follows Microsoft and IBM in chase after enterprise clients who want to build next-gen blockchain-enabled applications
Why Companies Move Apps from Colocation to Cloud, and Why Some Move Back - Survey finds moving workloads to cloud works for many, but not for everyone