Whether you’re migrating your data center down the block or across the country, data center relocations can be a challenge. To make sure none of your worst relocation fears come true, consider these four potential pitfalls that can and do happen when relocating your data center.
As cloud storage and computing are becoming further entrenched in the way average technology users go about their day-to-day lives, and as millions of iPhone users purchase the iPhone 7, nearly every one of them will be using iCloud to download all of their contacts, pictures, and contents which will get them back up and running in no time.
You’ve finally decided to make the move to a new data center. Your current data center no longer meets your needs, so you decided to start planning a move. With so many factors to consider and so many options available, however, choosing a new data center isn’t always an easy task. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are five questions you should consider when planning your move.
With as many styles of racks and cabinets as there are manufacturers, there are a few constants that apply to the method of racking devices in a data center. Check out the infographic below where Silverback highlights a few of them.