FinOps – short for financial operations – is seeing strong growth as IT users wrestle with the economics of cloud, colocation and on-premises infrastructure. DCF’s Rich Miller and guest Bill Kleyman of AFCOM discuss this trend on the DCF Show.
On the Data Center Frontier Show, Rich Miller and guest Bill Kleyman dig into the hot trends (cloud repatriation, FinOps and, yes, ROBOTS!) as well as the big challenges facing the data center industry. Two guys who love to talk about data centers.
The data center business has gone global. For developers, this means extending their operations across borders and oceans. On the DCF Show, Rich talks with AJ Byers, of Compass Datacenters about their new campus in Israel, opportunities in Europe, and the quest for more clean electricity in Montreal, where crypto and cannabis firms are also seeking power to expand their operations.
The Blackstone acquisition of QTS Realty for $10 billion is the biggest deal yet for the data center industry. On the DCF Show podcast, Rich Miller discusses what the Blackstone-QTS deal means for data center M&A, and what comes next.
On the DCF Show, our guest is Nancy Novak, the Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Datacenters. We discuss how innovation helps deliver faster and larger data center deployments, Nancy also shares her take on diversity in the data center industry,
On the Data Center Frontier Show, we sit down with Chris Crosby, the CEO of Compass Datacenters, for a wide-ranging conversation about the latest trends in the data center sector.
The world needs more data center capacity, and it needs it yesterday. On the DCF Show, podcast Rich Miller continues our 8 Trends series with a look at how data center development is getting bigger, faster and more efficient.
When it comes to climate change, it is time for the data center sector to lead. On the DCF Show Podcast, Rich Miller outlines how cloud computing can drive a global shift to renewably-powered business.
What’s ahead for the data center industry in 2021? On the Data Center Frontier Show Podcast, we discuss how enterprise IT will adapt to the changed landscape created by the COVID19 pandemic, and why this will matter to data center professionals and end users.
Our guest on the DCF Show is Dean Nelson, founder of Infrastructure Masons and CEO at Virtual Power Systems. Rich and Dean discuss Infrastructure Masons’ mission to ensure that “every click improves the future,” and Dean’s vision for software-defined power.