Downtime in today’s digitally driven business climate can be costly for data centers and their customers. A new white paper from Park Place Technologies explores how network monitoring enables uptime and a healthy data center.
Networking and software issues are emerging as two of the more common causes of data center outages, while power problems are becoming somewhat less of an issue, according to new data from Uptime Institute.
Last week’s cluster of outages for major Internet brands raises fresh questions about the reliability of online service delivery, especially for the enterprise customers that represent future growth for colo & cloud providers.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Josh Moody, FORTRUST’s SVP of Sales and Marketing, explores the top four causes for data center downtime.
The cost of an outage continues to go up. In this new study – find out the main reasons a data center might go down, what this costs to the business, and how you can create a more resilient infrastructure.
In this week’s Voice of the Industry, Daniel Draper of Emerson Network Power, explains the latest figures on the cost of data center downtime. The average cost of a data center outage in 2016 now stands at $740,357, up 38% from 2010.
There are a range of variables that can contribute to the cost of downtime. The price will change depending on the business and what factors impact its operations. Rob McClary of FORTRUST provides insights into the downtime equation