IT needs are evolving and specifying the changes we need to make to our most critical data center services. This is the second entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores how to create complete resiliency and compliance for mission critical data centers.
Only 27% of companies received a passing grade for disaster readiness, according to a survey by the Disaster Recovery Preparedness Council. This is the first entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores how to create complete resiliency and compliance for mission critical data centers.
Big data continues to get bigger, and with it the value of this data grows, as well. But with this growth, comes a struggle for many businesses to maintain and organize this data, as well as keep it secure. A new report from Intel summarizes the findings from a study that highlights today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.
Advancements in cloud computing are working to redefine businesses’ network strategies. A new white paper from LightEdge Solutions explores how the cloud is changing network strategy. The report also explores LightEdge’s own vCore network architecture that addresses some of today’s biggest network challenges.
Data centers are becoming more complex, and this is making white space management even harder for data center managers. Integrating the data center cabinet with hardware and software into a single platform can help data center managers truly gain visibility and understanding of the different dynamics within the data center to make informed decisions. A new white paper from Chatsworth Products (CPI) explores the key elements of a successful data center cabinet ecosystem and how to create your own.
Explosive growth in stored data volumes is putting intense pressure on IT budgets and staff. The challenge now will be figuring out how best to store all this data. A new white paper explores the changing landscape of data storage, and offers a review and economic evaluation of Cloudian Hyperstore.
Storage growth isn’t slowing down. As a result, enterprise file management is top of mind for many data centers and businesses. A report from Cloudian explores how new storage technologies are bringing storage tiering to the forefront of the market.
The increasing need around resources from the business perspective has led to the development of powerful cloud data centers called hyperscale data centers. This post from QTS is a special Data Center Frontier brief covering the top benefits of a hyperscale data center.
Anyone who has been in the data center business long enough knows that speed is everything, especially in a high speed migration environment. But according to CommScope, the key to keeping things running at the necessary speeds, is knowing “what you have to be prepared to deliver.” A recent white paper explores high speed migration trends, infrastructure issues, drivers and more.
Hyperscale has come to mean a lot of things, but at its core is the ability to scale all elements of IT architecture and provision rapidly to meet demand as it increases. This is the final of three entries in a Data Center Frontier series and focuses on the different elements of a hyperscale data center.