Maybe there is more to disaster recovery / business continuity planning than is obvious at first glance
Five Nines: The Next Gen Datacenter
David Chernicoff looks at technologies that impact data center users and operators, including server consolidation and virtualization, green IT, and the latest hardware advances.
With more than 20 years of published writings about technology, as well as industry stints as everything from a database developer to CTO, David Chernicoff has earned the term "veteran" in the technology world. Currently the principal of an independent consulting business and an active freelance writer, David has most recently been a Senior Contributing Editor for Windows IT Pro magazine, having also been the Lab Director for Windows NT Magazine, Technical Director of PC Week Labs, the author or co-author of a number of books on different versions of Windows, a plethora of eBooks on various technology topics, and of approximately 3000 magazine articles in print and on the web.
Really still seems like an awful lots of guessing is going on.
So what's your plan for disaster recovery and business continuity?
It looks like the state will subsidizing the NSA datacenter power bill
Apparently, some people have missed the memo.
In a reasoned approach to the Federal mandate, the FBI looks to build more effective datacenters, not just reduce their numbers
Adding fire prevention to energy savings helps mitigate the CAPEX of fuel cell technology
The GPA focuses on solving the problem
If you're putting lots of eggs in one basket it's important to have a plan if the basket gets dropped
Well, no. These blue boxes are smaller on the inside...
A million servers in their datacenters makes Microsoft number 2 and trying harder
Intel SDK integrates KVM capabilities in vendor DCIM solutions
GRC delivers their liquid cooling solution to the container user
Yes, the Vatican uses datacenters. More than one, in fact.
Will the Netflix CDN be able to fit in the world of ISP/Content provider mergers and customer consolidation?