Here are the most popular stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this September:
Here’s How the Software-Defined Network that Powers Azure Works
Albert Greenberg, one of the leading minds behind modern data center and backbone networks, explains how Azure SDN is designed.
Microsoft Switches to Multi-Zone Cloud Regions, Catching Up to AWS, Google Cloud
Multiple zones means multiple data centers in a region, each with its own electrical and mechanical infrastructure
As Irma Heads for Florida, One Miami Data Center is Especially Critical
While an outage is far from given, its effects would ripple far beyond cities in the hurricane’s path.
Cisco is Doubling Down on Partner-to-Partner Alliances
When it comes to selling to the line of business buyer, the company wants to help resellers "go the last mile."
Data Center Provider Switch Files for IPO
Plans to trade on NYSE as 'SWCH'; multi-class stock structure means founder and CEO Roy would retain control
Facebook and Microsoft’s High-Capacity Submarine Cable to Europe Complete
Highest-capacity cable ever to cross the Atlantic boosts international bandwidth
Experts Dispute VC’s Forecast that Caused Data Center Stocks to Slump
Little evidence behind prediction of data center providers’ demise brought about by progress in chip tech
How Much Will the Data Breach Cost Equifax?
The company is certain to eventually be out untold tens of millions of dollars from the data breach it announced last week.
How Serious is VMware About Open Source?
Promises open APIs as it woos open source developers in Europe
VMware, Google, Pivotal Package Kubernetes for the Enterprise
Pivotal Container Service runs on vSphere and Google Cloud Platform