Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of December 26th

Here's a look at some of the most popular stories on Data Center Knowledge this week

Yevgeniy Sverdlik

December 27, 2014

1 Min Read
John Engates, CTO, Rackspace
John Engates, CTO, Rackspace

For your weekend reading, we present a recap of five noteworthy stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this past week.

10 Ways Data Center Industry Will Change in 2015 - Here it is, our list of data center industry trends that will dominate the conversation in 2015.

Internap Moves New York Data Center to New Jersey - Internap has successfully moved its New York data center out of the Google-owned building at 111 8th Avenue in Manhattan and into its brand new Secaucus, New Jersey, facility.

Six Rules for a Modern Private Cloud - To this day, a private cloud is still one of the most popular cloud delivery methods out there. Organizations looking to bring rich content to the ever-mobile end user are updating their infrastructure, creating a more scalable data center and trying to keep up with the market.

Living On the Edge With Fog Computing - We’re seeing more users access an even larger set of information. Services around streaming, content delivery, and even caching are becoming very popular. But how do you deliver such large workloads efficiently to users located all over the world?

QTS Raises $100M to Fund Data Center Construction - Data center service provider QTS Realty Trust has expanded its credit facility by $100 million, money the company said will help it fund data center construction around the U.S.

Stay current on data center news by subscribing to our daily email updates and RSS feed, or by following us onTwitter,Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.

Subscribe to the Data Center Knowledge Newsletter
Get analysis and expert insight on the latest in data center business and technology delivered to your inbox daily.

You May Also Like