Scott Willis, president and CEO of DartPoints, discusses CapEx- and OpEx-based data storage solutions and provides insights on how to determine which is best for your organization.
IT leaders must leverage the strengths of on-site data centers, cloud, and colocation by selecting the most appropriate tool for the application, workload and desired outcome. Learn why success for today’s data centers means incorporating colocation as well as public and hybrid cloud models.
Power constraints around Dublin have cramped the ambitions of a number of data center operators seeking to expand in the area, prompting a bankruptcy, a lawsuit, and a debate over which governmental entities should set policy for data center development.
Land and Expand is a new feature at Data Center Frontier highlighting the latest data center development news, This week, we look at Compass Datacenters entry into Europe, QTS Data Centers growing in two markets, and an APAC expansion by Google Cloud.
As enterprises seek to become more agile in today’s rapidly evolving business climate, many are turning to a multicloud architecture. A new white paper from Flexential outlines how enterprises can get the greatest value out of their multicloud strategy.
Anritsu discusses Ethernet usage trends in data center networks. They also explore the technologies helping operators meet growing bandwidth demands and verify network speed, power, latency, and performance.
The Prince William Digital Gateway in Manassas is prompting heated debate between groups of residents about the role of data centers in their community. The project was proposed by local landowners seeking to capitalize on rising valuations for data center land.
A new white paper from DartPoints outlines a modern approach to disaster recovery and business continuity by presenting three questions to consider when formulating your DR and BC plans.
In this white paper, Sunbird presents 10 use cases for using second-generation DCIM software to drive data center automation.
If you’re an enterprise IT user seeking to expand your data center infrastructure, you’d better be shopping ahead. Data center space is growing scarce due to a combination of historic demand from hyperscale customers and a slowdown in new construction.