While uptime, generators and fuel are valid facility questions, there’s more to choosing a data center when the most common cause of downtime is human error. Here are 11 questions to ask data center providers.
Data centers have shifted toward a pricing model for colocation based on power usage rather than the traditional dollar per square foot model. For that reason, it’s important to have a clear idea of how to estimate your monthly equipment operating power.
While time is certainly critical in a disaster event, the quality and condition of the fuel is paramount to the successful operation of the generator. Here are the three most common problems and how to solve them.
When it comes to moving mission critical systems to a data center for colocation, a major concern for IT and users is the ensuring responsiveness of applications and reducing latency. While this concern is...