Google’s Silver Lining Around The Cloud & Scalable Data Services 

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 23, 2016 11:21:12 AM
 

Last week Google released Cloud SCL, a cloud database service, from beta and made it generally available to the public. This is the second generation of Google’s Cloud SQL services made available on Google’s Cloud Platform, and vastly improves upon the first generation Google Cloud SQL services. The first generation Google Cloud SQL services were rolled out almost five years ago, in October, 2011. The second generation Google Cloud SQL services spent about nine months in beta. 

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Topics: Data Center Management

Base Isolation Tech Protects Data Center Against Earthquakes Using WorkSafe Technology

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 18, 2016 8:53:53 AM

 

Recently Developed Base Isolation Technology Can Protect a Data Center Against Earthquakes Using WorkSafe Technologies’ Server Bases

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Topics: Earthquake, Data Center Earthquake Protection, Data Center

The Facebook Truth About Cat People and Dog People is found in the Data Center

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 16, 2016 9:37:44 AM

Facebook Uses Stored Data and Technology Developed to Aid Seeing Impaired Individuals to Gain Insight on the Differences Between Cat People and Dog People. 

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Topics: Data Center Current Events

Apple Gets Approval to Build Data Center in Ireland, Joining Google, Microsoft, & Amazon

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 15, 2016 10:28:46 AM

On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, Apple was granted approval by An Bord Pleanála, a planning and development board, to build its proposed data center in Athenry, a town in Galway County, in Ireland. 

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Delta Airlines’ System Crash Proves that Data Center Redundancy is Needed Now More than Ever

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 11, 2016 8:28:32 AM

Delta Airline’s system crash has been found to be the result of the lack of data center power redundancy resulting in major delays, and massive financial loss for the airline.

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Topics: Powering, Data Center Current Events, Data Center Planning and Design

Data Centers Reach for Gold in the 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 9, 2016 8:28:36 AM
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marks the first time that the Summer Olympic Games have been hosted in South America.  T he 2016 Summer Olympic Games will the first  Summer  Olympic Games  for the world that are  hosted under a 4G data network- Read More

Topics: Density Capacity, Data Center Current Events

6 (More) Things to Consider When Choosing a COLO

Posted by Michelle Hylton on Aug 4, 2016 9:30:22 AM

Coming to the decision to transfer to a colocation (COLO) can be tough, choosing the best colo for you can be even tougher. If you decide a colo is the ideal solution for your business, the daunting task of finding the colocation that fits your needs becomes front and center.

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Topics: Colocation Build Out / Fit Up, COLOCATION, Data Center Planning and Design

Facebook and Microsoft will run a 6,600 Km Underwater Cable from Data Centers in Virginia to Spain, Aug 2016

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Aug 2, 2016 9:04:07 AM

Global Data Infrastructure Will Grow Tremendously as Construction Begins on a Trans-Atlantic Underwater Cable in August, 2016.

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Topics: Infrastructure, Data Center Current Events, Data Center Planning and Design, Data Center

Fields of Data Center Dreams: Microsoft Plans for a Third Data Center Build in Iowa

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Jul 28, 2016 8:32:01 AM

 

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Topics: Data Center Fit-Up / Build-Out, Data Center Current Events, Data Center Planning and Design

I Feel the Need—the Need for Green! 

Posted by Jeremy Snead on Jul 26, 2016 8:30:14 AM


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Topics: Powering, Data Center Current Events, Data Center Planning and Design, Data Center

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