The three major cloud platforms – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google – continue to shift the data center landscape. Here’s a look back at the Big 3 in 2018.
It’s been a turbulent year for Facebook. Even as the social network has made headlines, it has continued to expand its massive global data infrastructure.
2018 has been a big year for hyperscale computing, as the size and speed of deals for major cloud computing platforms and social networks continues to influence how the data center industry does business.
DCF’s Voices of the Industry columns provide expert insights from industry leaders. Here’s a look at the Top 10 Voices columns of 2018 focused on trends like renewable energy, IT security, and data center construction.
Find the 10 most popular data center white papers of 2018 all in one place. Read up on growing data center markets, the edge, hyperscale and more. Featured are offerings from Vantage Data Centers, Iron Mountain Data Centers, Vertiv, Chatsworth Products, Server Technology and more.
Data Center Frontier’s December job spotlight for the last month of 2018 features a new Data Center Construction Superintendent position located in Sunnyvale, Calif. The selection of highlighted jobs for this month, chosen from the Data Center Frontier Data Center Jobs Board, also features positions in Northern Virginia, Texas, New York, and Chicago.
Frontier Spotlight November 2018 covers the latest movement in the Northern Virginia data center market, as well as closer looks at the economics of vertical data center design and Microsoft’s undersea data center.
Data Center Frontier’s November job spotlight features a critical facility manager opening in the booming Toronto market, as well as a variety of colocation positions in the Northern Virginia and growing Dallas markets.
Our top data center news for October 2018 includes updates from the Northern Virginia and Houston markets, and updates on the growing demand for hyperscale leasing. Additional top news included an update on the impending InfoMart rebrand, RagingWire’s hyperscale progress, and more.
A new research report explores Sunbird Software’s DCIM, as well as how the DCIM market has grown in a variety of different directions, and is adopting new features, like bidirectional integrations with VMware’s vSphere on AWS and across hybrid clouds.