Tag: data center

BI Users, Business Users

US data center market nears full capacity

May 10, 2023

Via: Network World

The North American data center market is at near capacity, which means that enterprises looking for colocation services may not be able to get the space they need at the data center they want, or they may have to pay […]

Software & Systems

Which cloud workloads are right for repatriation?

January 20, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

Cloud repatriation may be a sensitive and polarizing topic for some, but it really should be just another architectural option. When I say that some workloads should return to the data center, I am not pushing back on cloud computing. […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

Data center networking trends to watch for 2023

December 16, 2022

Via: Network World

Hybrid and multicloud initiatives will continue to shape enterprise IT in 2023, and the impact on data-center networking will be felt across key areas including security, management, and operations. Network teams are investing in technologies such as SD-WAN and SASE, […]

Basic Querying, BI Categories

Flexibility is the Key to Stability

November 10, 2022

Via: Database Trends and Applications

When designing a data center, a recognized set of principles is typically followed. Scalability, resiliency, reliability, and sustainability are all essential, but the most important common feature for data center products may be flexibility. The equipment cabinet should likewise be […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

A Roadmap for Data Center Migration: Challenges and Solutions (Part 2)

August 31, 2022


In part one of this series, we discussed data center migration challenges, migration best practices, and the importance of planning. In this part, we break the migration process into six steps and detail each to help you create a comprehensive […]

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Repatriating data and applications from the cloud

June 10, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

I had to look it up in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Repatriation is “the act or process of restoring or returning someone or something to the country of origin, allegiance, or citizenship; the act of repatriating or the state of being […]

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The Post-COVID Digital Transformation of the Data Center

September 10, 2021

Via: Network World

In the early days of the digital era, data centers were mysterious buildings shrouded in secrecy. They were huge, stark buildings billowing steam and looming in the distance. And the secrecy is understandable when you consider that for the enterprises […]

BI Users, Business Users, IT Team

6 hot infrastructure and operations trends — and 5 going cold

March 11, 2021

Via: CIO

The COVID-19 has significantly stressed the IT world, but it has also vindicated a range of infrastructure choices made by those who have been paying attention to emerging trends. The cloud for one has proved a panacea for many organizations […]

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Three Steps to Achieving Data Center Network Agility

March 31, 2020

Via: CIO

Digital transformation, the “internet of things” and our high-speed future all rely on the scalability of the infrastructure behind them. Network providers must design and deploy enterprise data centers, not only to keep pace with technological advancements but also to […]

BI Users, IT Team

Composability and intelligence are accelerating the self-driving data center

November 4, 2019

Via: CIO

Self-driving cars rely on sensors, connectivity, and software all working together to achieve a safe, autonomous driving experience. Sensors via radar and cameras provide navigational input, connectivity adds traffic or weather data, and software captures and analyzes all of this […]

BI Users, IT Team

Life cycle management: Let the sunshine in

August 12, 2019

Via: InfoWorld

Enterprise architecture is about the landscape of your organization. A landscape of people and IT and of the behavior of both. These landscapes have become very complex. In itself that complexity and the problems it brings has led to many […]

BI Categories, Business Analysis

New Data Center Challenges Demand New Strategies

January 9, 2019

Via: CIO

The deluge of data from sensors and devices, combined with AI and other applications that consume big data, is putting extreme pressure on data center infrastructure. IDG recently sat down with Brian Schwarz, VP of Product Management at Pure Storage®, […]

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The Right Infrastructure Management Can Help You Tackle Growth Before it Tackles You

September 20, 2018

Via: CIO

Many IT admins often sit back and reminisce about the days when life was easier, simpler. Maybe they are looking out at a business and a data center that is growing faster than they can keep up with, or a […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

Is your data center dust?

August 6, 2018

Via: CIO

Dave Cappuccio, a research VP at Gartner, made a bold declaration in a recent blog post: “The data center is dead.” Or at least it’s on its way. By 2025, 80 percent of enterprises will have shut down their data […]

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Reverse hybrid cloud: how the cloud is moving on-premises

August 3, 2018

Via: CIO

In the age of the multi-cloud, in which enterprises are now most commonly using a variety of public cloud, private cloud, and on-premises infrastructure to manage services, applications, and workloads, it shouldn’t be surprising that we’re seeing major public cloud […]

BI Users, IT Team

Solid state drives are now larger than hard disk drives: The impact for your data center

December 23, 2016

Via: CIO

The amount of data that is being generated on a daily basis is growing rapidly, placing more and more demand on data centers. Not only do we have connected users actively engaged in generating and storing large amounts of content, […]

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Microsoft’s Iowa data center cluster to reach 3.2M square feet

July 28, 2016

Via: CIO

From a data center perspective, Iowa has a lot going for it. Its industrial electric rates are 5.71 cents per kWh, near the bottom nationally, according to U.S. data. It has experienced “minor earthquake activity” since the U.S. took control […]