Tag: Datacenter

How Parcel Shuttle makes last-mile delivery more eco-friendly and drivers happier

The content below is taken from the original ( How Parcel Shuttle makes last-mile delivery more eco-friendly and drivers happier), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Editor’s note: Today’s post comes from Simon Seeger, founder of Parcel Shuttle, a GLS Group backed Berlin parcel delivery solution that’s […]

Monitoring Service Limits with Trusted Advisor and Amazon CloudWatch

The content below is taken from the original ( Monitoring Service Limits with Trusted Advisor and Amazon CloudWatch), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Understanding your service limits (and how close you are to them) is an important part of managing your AWS deployments – continuous monitoring […]

Tip: Free Level 200 Azure Stack Training from Opsgility

The content below is taken from the original (Tip: Free Level 200 Azure Stack Training from Opsgility), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Training is great, free training is even better… With the final month-ish countdown to Azure Stack multi-node systems being delivered on-premises underway, training materials […]

10 Things Data Center Operators Can Do to Prepare for GDPR

The content below is taken from the original (10 Things Data Center Operators Can Do to Prepare for GDPR), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. 10 Things Data Center Operators Can Do to Prepare for GDPR As we explained in an article earlier this week, the new […]

Windows AMI Patching and Maintenance with Amazon EC2 Systems Manager

The content below is taken from the original (Windows AMI Patching and Maintenance with Amazon EC2 Systems Manager), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. The Automation service, which is part of Amazon EC2 Systems Manager, helps you save time and the effort associated with routine management operations. […]

Google Designs Data Center Appliance to Ship Client Data

The content below is taken from the original (Google Designs Data Center Appliance to Ship Client Data), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. For a large enterprise, one of the costliest and most time-consuming steps in moving to the cloud is transferring the enormous amount of data […]

Here’s How Azure Stack Will Integrate into Your Data Center

The content below is taken from the original (Here’s How Azure Stack Will Integrate into Your Data Center), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Azure Stack, the turnkey hybrid cloud system that you can now order from server vendors like Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise or […]

Monitor Changes and Auto-Enable Logging in AWS CloudTrail

The content below is taken from the original (Monitor Changes and Auto-Enable Logging in AWS CloudTrail), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. AWS CloudTrail is a service that enables governance, compliance, operational auditing, and risk auditing of your AWS account. Hence, it’s crucial to monitor any changes […]

Open19: The Vendor-Friendly Open Source Data Center Project

The content below is taken from the original (Open19: The Vendor-Friendly Open Source Data Center Project), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. In case you missed it, LinkedIn last month teamed up with GE, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and a host of other companies serving the data center […]

Packet, Qualcomm to Host World’s First 10nm Server Processor in Public Cloud for Developers

The content below is taken from the original (Packet, Qualcomm to Host World’s First 10nm Server Processor in Public Cloud for Developers), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Packet, a bare metal cloud for developers, announced that it will collaborate with Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Inc. to introduce the […]

What IT Pros Need to Know About Multi-Cloud Security

The content below is taken from the original (What IT Pros Need to Know About Multi-Cloud Security), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Brought to you by IT Pro Having workloads distributed across multiple clouds and on-premises is the reality for most enterprise IT today. According to […]

Alibaba to Use Own Immersion Cooling Tech in Cloud Data Centers

The content below is taken from the original (Alibaba to Use Own Immersion Cooling Tech in Cloud Data Centers), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. The cloud computing arm of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is developing a data center cooling system that submerges server motherboards in […]

Broadcom’s New Switches to Supercharge Virtual Data Center Networks

The content below is taken from the original (Broadcom’s New Switches to Supercharge Virtual Data Center Networks), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Broadcom has made the first significant update to its StrataXGS Trident line of chip-based switches in about two years. The XGS line has been […]

Using Microsoft PowerShell DSC with Amazon EC2 Systems Manager

The content below is taken from the original (Using Microsoft PowerShell DSC with Amazon EC2 Systems Manager), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Amazon EC2 Systems Manager is a management service that helps you automatically collect software inventory, apply OS patches, create system images, and configure Windows […]

Automate Running Tasks Using Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Maintenance Windows

The content below is taken from the original (Automate Running Tasks Using Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Maintenance Windows), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. In Amazon EC2 Systems Manager, a maintenance window defines a specific set of tasks, along with a set of managed instances where those […]

Hybrid Cloud – It’s both the future and the past

The content below is taken from the original (Hybrid Cloud – It’s both the future and the past), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. We’ve all heard of the cloud by now, it’s fair to say it’s now a mainstream term for many people (not including the weather!) […]

Should You Go With AWS or Azure? That May Be the Wrong Question

The content below is taken from the original (Should You Go With AWS or Azure? That May Be the Wrong Question), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Ellen Rubin ClearSky Data Ellen Rubin is CEO and co-founder of ClearSky Data. It wasn’t long ago that Amazon Web […]

Massive, Six-Story Data Center in a Norwegian Mine Comes Online

The content below is taken from the original (Massive, Six-Story Data Center in a Norwegian Mine Comes Online), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. An abandoned mine-turned data center in Norway will officially open on Wednesday, according to Lefdwqal’s, builder of what it claims is “the largest […]

Business Case for Azure Stack

The content below is taken from the original (Business Case for Azure Stack), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Azure Stack is Microsoft’s brand new offering in the hybrid cloud space that uses the same technology as their hyperscale public could, Microsoft Azure. With this Microsoft, the […]

Sure it’s Time to Upgrade your Data Center, but is your Plan Feasible?

The content below is taken from the original (Sure it’s Time to Upgrade your Data Center, but is your Plan Feasible?), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. So you’ve realized it’s time to upgrade your data center and you’re overflowing with "brilliant" ideas.  You’ve probably run out […]

The Great Data Center Headache – the Internet of Things

The content below is taken from the original (The Great Data Center Headache – the Internet of Things), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. If data center managers thought virtualization and cloud computing were challenging in terms of big shifts in architecture, they better get ready for […]

A Call for IoT Standards

The content below is taken from the original (A Call for IoT Standards), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Joonho Park The Open Connectivity Foundation Joonho Park is Executive Director of The Open Connectivity Foundation. As anticipation for the Internet of Things has blossomed, so have misgivings […]

AWS Launches Cloud-Based Contact Center Amazon Connect

The content below is taken from the original (AWS Launches Cloud-Based Contact Center Amazon Connect), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Brought to You by Talkin’ Cloud Amazon knows a thing or two about providing customer support at scale. The e-commerce giant supports customers from more than […]

The End of Backup

The content below is taken from the original (The End of Backup), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Andres Rodriguez Nasuni Andres Rodriguez is CEO of Nasuni. No one loves their backup, and when I was CTO of the New York Times, I was no exception.  Traditional […]

AWS Offers Cloud Credits to Alexa Skill Developers

The content below is taken from the original (AWS Offers Cloud Credits to Alexa Skill Developers), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Brought to You by Talkin’ Cloud Amazon Web Services is using its cloud dominance to encourage developers to build Alexa skills, launching a new program […]