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Best Practices in Developing an IT Disaster Recovery Plan
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Data Center Power Density Paradox
Data centers are like beehives with constant activity going on at every moment of time. Driven by the constant need for delivering high performance and an always available IT infrastructure, data centers are working beyond normal capacities to support the burgeoning demands being placed on them. With the exponential growth in terms of number of servers, storage space and networking equipment, many business enterprises are facing shortage of power, cooling and space in their data centers.
The Storage Matrix
In today’s world of digitization, e-commerce and Internet of Things (IoT) it has forced organizations to gear up and be prepared to address the ever increasing and continual storage growth. This does not stop here as with need of scalability the challenges also reap, in terms of identifying various sources of data, the retention mechanism, and most important to have a reliable infrastructure that address various forms of data. Organizations are faced with two options when they deliberate the ideal way to store the massive amount of data generated every day.
A Primer on Colocation
Datacenter operations, including colocation hosting, change almost on a daily basis. These changes affect current and long-term business. They involve things like core datacenter management, planning, operational strategies, risk management and more. The goal is to prepare for, and adapt to, these trends with an overall focus on resource optimization and cost reduction.
Worried of Getting Knocked Out With an Outage? Here’s Your Way Out
Posted by Nilesh Rane on Dec 14, 2015