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  • Open source is not new. As far back as the early 1900s, engine designs were shared freely between automotive manufacturers. In the spirit of knowledge sharing that encapsulates academia, universities shared computer fixes to software bugs in the 1950s and 1960s.

    But when we think of open source our minds tend to focus on the 1990s and the rise of the great Linux Kernel. This changed everythin

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  • liquid-cooling

    It was once the preserve of older-style legacy mainframe computers, and until recently was considered by many as only applicable for high performance computing (HPC) requirements. However, today liquid cooling is becoming a serious contender for mainstream applications, especially those emerging at the edge of the network.

    Deployed in unmanned, remote sites where high levels of reliability and low maintenance are key considerations, edge computing environments must remain as secure and resilient as their larger counterparts. Furthermore, energy consumption at the edge is fast becoming another key consideration, edge data centres must also be powered and cooled both as cost effectively and efficiently as possible.

    Many data centre operators strive to build facilities that are energy efficient and increasingly ‘green’ as concern for the environment, combined with ever more stringent regulations, encourages users to minimise their carbon footprint.

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  • Mid-December is upon us, which means it’s time for – you guessed it – our yearly data centre predictions roundup.

    As usual, we’ve handpicked four industry experts, all of whom have kindly consulted their crystal balls to serve up some digestible summaries of what lies ahead for the data centre in 2020.

    Without question, the chief takeaway from this year’s roundup is the centrality of sustainability.

    True, the environmental impact of IT has been scrutinised for several years now, but whereas once the interrogation was audible, now it is deafening. This is a consequence of the broader elevation of the issue around the globe, reinforced by the Greta Effect and the hellish wildfires that tore through the Amazon in November.

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  • In recent times, cloud platforms have rightly taken their seat at the forefront of mainstream IT plans, alongside on-premise servers. Cloud’s ability to enhance business agility, deliver cost savings, open new streams of revenue, improve application performance and unlock routes to leverage emerging technologies is widely acknowledged.

    As a result, businesses have adopted cloud in their droves. Yet while the technology is thriving, the sheer myriad of choices available can make it a daunting task for IT managers when looking to find a cloud platform which meets their specific organisational needs.

    The post Choosing the optimum cloud for your business appeared first on Techerati.

  • The skills gap is striking multiple industries and is making headline news across the many facets of the technology industry. The data centre industry is certainly not immune to this issue, central as the industry is to the technology ecosystem. Cloud technology has carried this issue for a long time by shifting on-premise workloads away to help mitigate the skills gap within enterprises, however, as the complexities of the data centre increase and IT strategies grow, the gap is still widening.

    Busy data centres are lavished with new technological advances making it extremely difficult for the put-upon data centre managers to stay trained with the new skills and abilities necessary to utilise the technologies that can optimise the business experience for their users. Quite often there it is a ‘one-person band’ holding down the fort and trying to offer the business the best experience possible.

    The post Can DCIM help bridge the data centre skills gap? appeared first on Techerati.

  • Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) is no longer a buzzword. As noted by Justin Warren in his article on Forbes, most HCI vendors now offer HCI as an overall offering and that’s how it should be. The technology is not dead; it has become a natural part of the data storage technology world. Now that it has been transformed into an essential cog in the engine that drives the enterprise data storage world forward, it's important to recap the true promise of HCI and why it's now taken so seriously..

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