Data Center Apparatus:

October, 2012


October 31, 2012  7:30 AM

Data center fright night, part two “Total Shutdown”

Posted by: Erin Watkins
data center

Did you enjoy yesterday's spine-tingler? Then you'll enjoy today's terrifying tale of data center despair.

"Total shutdown: A cautionary tale"

Sander van Vugt Don managed a small data center for a school. He was so confident with the data storage on his servers, that he...

October 30, 2012  7:21 AM

Prepare to be scared: Night of the living data center

Posted by: Erin Watkins
data center

Grab a flashlight, head to your nearest lights-out data center, and hunker down for some creepy data center horror stories courtesy of some data center experts. Are these true tales? Stay tuned for tomorrow's part two. Data center fright night, part one

"Night of the Living...

October 23, 2012  4:03 PM

Can IT support disruption?

Posted by: TomWalat
data center, Stephen Bigelow

IT must be ready for fundamental shifts in business and technological paradigms. Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor IT professionals are used to change – the reality of change is as old as IT itself. Everyone swaps servers during technology refresh cycles, and new...

October 19, 2012  11:12 AM

My God, it’s full of — pipes?

Posted by: TomWalat
data center

Notoriously secretive — at least when it pertains to the innards of its data centers —...

October 15, 2012  7:43 AM

Data center server design like it’s 1889

Posted by: Erin Watkins
data center, data center design, data center efficiency, data center infrastructure, data center technology

Cut costs, improve efficiency. Such is the mantra of many a data center manager. While tech giants like Google and Facebook strive to create better, more energy efficient data centers, a small team of researchers from Cornell University and Microsoft have gone back in time 120 years and come up...

October 2, 2012  12:38 PM

One of these days, big data – bang! zoom! – straight to the moon!

Posted by: Erin Watkins
data center

That's right, science has just upped the ante for cool data center locations. Forget Iceland or Oregon, now there's a proposal to put a supercomputer on the moon. Ouilang Chang, a graduate student at the...


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