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.
Sunbird outlines 40 critical KPIs that data center managers should monitor to improve data center health and efficiency. The report covers KPIs from nine areas: capacity, cost, asset, change, space, power, efficiency, cooling, and connectivity.
New technologies are driving data center energy demand, while customers seek to reducing energy consumption. Managing rapid growth and improving data center sustainability aren’t mutually exclusive goals, according to Kohler.
Amid a cascade of virus variants, natural disasters, and technological changes, it’s beginning to seem like a “new normal” may not even exist. A new white paper from Venyu provides IT leaders with a framework for future-proofing their IT ecosystem in uncertain times.
There are technologies and techniques that can mitigate or avoid battery thermal runaway if threat warning signs are detected early. Steven Joseph of Viking Integrated Safety, explores options for reliable fire protection for battery energy storage systems.
Equinix has created a Co-Innovation Facility (CIF) in Ashburn where it operates liquid-cooled servers supported by fuel cells, sodium-ion batteries and intelligent power management. The facility is part of Equinix’s Data Center of the Future initiative to test-drive new technology.
Raul Martynek, CEO, DataBank, explains why software-as-a-service and content providers need the ability to provision services from the edge as close as possible to their customers to capitalize on 5G technologies and deliver low-latency experiences for customers.
How do you determine if a slated hardware refresh is really essential? Paul Mercina, Director of Product Management for Park Place Technologies, shares three key considerations that may help you avoid unnecessary IT hardware refreshes.
Angie McMillin, vice president and general manager, IT Systems at Vertiv, discusses how a scalable IT management platform can address the challenges IT managers are facing as digitization, remote work and other trends drive industry change.
With the increased focus on infrastructure modernization, databases have started migrating from on-prem to the cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid cloud. Martin Wielomski, Director of Product Management at phoenixNAP Global IT Services, discusses how emerging technology like Optane DCPMM can solve database management challenges.