Best of Data Center Knowledge, June 2008

A look at the most popular articles on Data Center Knowledge in June 2008.

Rich Miller

July 1, 2008

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We summarize the most popular stories at the end of each month as a service to readers who may have missed some of our 122 news items last month. The most popular story in June was our profile of Wikipedia's infrastructure, which received more than 28,000 visits from around the world. Another hot topic was the lengthy outage at The Planet, which was the focus of four of our top 10 articles for the month. Here are the 10 most popular stories of June 2008, ranked by total page views:

  • A Look Inside Wikipedia's Infrastructure (June 24)

  • Explosion at The Planet Causes Major Outage (June 1)

  • Digital Beijing: The Olympic Data Center (June 6)

  • 'Extensive' Damage at The Planet's Data Center (June 2)

  • Data Center Tour: The NAP of the Capital Region (June 16)

  • Lessons Learned from The Planet's Outage (June 2)

  • Failure Rates in Google Data Centers (May 30)

  • A Look at IBM's Data Center Container (June 11)

  • Generator Failure Slows The Planet's Recovery (June 3)

  • Gates: We'll Have 'Many Millions' of Servers (June 3)

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