The modern IT infrastructure is increasingly moving away from manual deployment and management processes to API-driven and IaC-based approaches. Tasks such as provisioning, configuring, and patching are being automated to improve platform agility and enable continuous delivery. Read the Expert Blog by Bojana Dobran, Product Marketing Manager at phoenixNAP.
The world has had a pretty rough run of things in 2020. From wildfires to volcanic eruptions to locust swarms to a global pandemic. Disaster has officially struck. And the last thing that organizations want in the face of ongoing economic and global hardship is to worry about basic service provision. Read the Expert Blog by Robert Jenkins, co-founder and CEO of CloudSigma.
Modern data center managers are under constant pressure to do more with less while simultaneously being tasked with maximizing uptime and optimizing for efficiency and capacity utilization. In today’s ever-changing data center environment, insights from data provide a critical competitive advantage to help tackle these challenges. Read the Expert Blog by Herman Chan, President of Sunbird Software.
One of the biggest challenges facing today’s data center professionals is the inability to effectively manage their data centers remotely. Increasing Edge data center deployments, shifts to colocation facilities and the need to work from home through the COVID-19 pandemic prevent on-site management and exacerbate the need for remote monitoring and management of mission-critical infrastructure. Read the Expert Blog by Herman Chan, President of Sunbird Software.
For most applications, performance is centered around throughput - how much work the server can process in a specific timeframe. That’s why most high-end servers on the market today are designed with throughput in mind. Read the Expert Blog by Danilo Danicic, phoenixNAP.
As data center environments continue to grow more complex, data center managers are increasingly turning to business intelligence and analytics to provide the information they need to manage and optimize their sites. The COVID-19 pandemic has quickened the pace of this trend. Read the Expert Blog by Herman Chan, President of Sunbird Software.
The ability to run a lights-out data center is practical today. The advantages are that people are rarely in the data center, allowing higher operating temperatures of the data center and reduced needs for cooling, thus improving energy efficiency. Read the Expert Blog by Marc Cram, Director of New Market Development, Server Technology.
Expert Blog: Future-Proof Cloud Infrastructure to Deliver Hyperscale-like Security, Performance and Scale
The cloud provider’s infrastructure now serves as the data center backbone for countless businesses, government agencies, and global enterprises. The challenges are tremendous to build a future-proof, scalable cloud infrastructure that is based on a unified architecture for network, security and storage services. Read the Expert Blog by Roland Frehner, Chief Technologist, HPE.
Today’s dedicated server has far more capabilities than it did ten years ago. Its continuous transformation is influenced by the growing demand for power, speed, and capacity needed to support demanding workloads. Vertical CPU scaling provides the ability to meet the most demanding needs. Read the Expert Blog by Bojana Dobran.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has shown how important it is for companies be able to operate remotely. The ability to test network equipment remotely is the key to business continuity and also employee safety. Read the Expert Blog by Chris O’Conor, Regional VP, Service Provider Sales at HUBER+SUHNER.
With COVID-19, remote data center management is now an absolute necessity to maintain uptime and business continuity while reducing the staff required to go on-site. Data center professionals now need to leverage a wide range of technologies in their remote data center management toolkit. Read the Expert Blog by Herman Chan.