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Datacenter Outages on the Rise

Datacenter operators are looking for new ways to ensure IT resiliency as the frequency and severity of datacenter outages increases along with technology complexity and more demanding workloads, an ...Full Article

Shift to Cloud is Measured, IT Survey Finds

While more enterprises are moving workloads to the public cloud, a datacenter survey finds that the percentage of workloads residing in on-premise or co-location datacenters has remained stable since ...Full Article

Datacenter Survey Confirms Steady Cloud Shift

A respected datacenter survey of senior enterprise IT executives finds that half expect the majority of production workloads to reside in the cloud or colocation sites, a process that ...Full Article

Uptime Institute Announces Results of Third Annual Datacenter Industry Survey

The survey was developed to collect data on an annual basis around Digital Infrastructure deployment trends, procurement plans, operations and management practices, and other topics that impact the mission-critical ...Full Article

Uptime Institute Grieves the Passing of Founder Ken Brill

<p>Uptime Institute, a division of The 451 Group, today announced with great sadness that its founder, <span class="xn-person">Kenneth G. Brill</span>, passed away on Tuesday.</p>Full Article

Datacenter Operators Weary of Green Messaging

According to a recent survey from the Uptime Institute, there's a new affliction hitting the datacenter community: green fatigue. The small players can't compete with the Googles and Microsofts ...Full Article

NCAR, Captain of the Green Enterprise (Awards)

The Boulder-based NCAR won the "Facility Design Implementation" category for its sustainable approach in designing and building the new NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC), which is also home to the ...Full Article

Uptime Institute Surveys Member Data Center Energy Practices

<span style="font-size: small;">Over half of companies say that saving energy in in their datacenters is “very important” to them. Only four percent say it's not important. But most of ...Full Article
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