For your weekend reading, we present a recap of five noteworthy stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this past week.
SAP Company Fieldglass Opens Three European Data Centers - Data center provider ServerCentral will host it in all three locations (U.K., Netherlands, and Germany). The U.K. and Netherlands sites were live and serving customers at the time of launch.
Startup Challenges Concept of 'Aisle' for Edge Data Centers - Vapor Chamber, the founders of Vapor IO say, is a lot cheaper to deploy and operate than a traditional hot aisle-cold aisle data center environment.
Open Compute: Wall Street Rethinking Data Center Hardware - Numerous financial services giants are either testing the waters with Open Compute gear, preparing to buy it wholesale, or are already running it in production.
Apple Joins Facebook’s Hardware Design Community - Frank Frankovsy, chair and president of the OCP Foundation, said Apple has been involved with the Open Compute Project for some time in the background, but has now become an official member.
Native VMware CoreOS Support Opens Doors to Enterprise Data Centers - VMware's official support opens lots of doors to enterprise data centers that until now have been closed for both CoreOS and Docker.