Hyperconvergence is an IT infrastructure aiming to reduce data center complexity. It does so by combining computing, storage, networking and management capabilities in a single system. In addition to reducing complexity, it also allows to increase scalability, flexibility and IT efficiency. Besides, hyperconverged systems help reduce costs while ensuring the necessary availability, reliability and performance.
Tag: Data centers
The European data center hubs continue to grow and expand. Although the FLAP market continues to be one of the biggest data center markets in Western Europe, other markets have also been growing considerably during recent years. Since investments are particularly strong in emerging data center markets, such as Madrid and Lisbon. FLAP market The
Arista Networks develops networking solutions for big data centers and high-performance environments. Stackscale relies on Arista’s solutions, as they provide 10 to 100 Gigabits Ethernet switches that redefine network architectures and improve performance. What is Arista Networks? Arista Networks is a networking equipment company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. It was founded in 2004
Georedundancy or geographical redundancy allows companies to increase availability, resilience and fault tolerance. Relying on geographically distributed data centers contributes to building a stronger business continuity strategy. It is also referred to as “geo-replication” or “geographical replication”. What is georedundancy? Georedundancy consists in replicating data and IT infrastructure in multiple remote data centers. Its goal
Energy efficiency in data centers is essential for building sustainable solutions and ensuring long-term sustainable growth. Maximizing the benefits of technology while reducing its impact on the planet is one of the main challenges of data centers nowadays. Data centers require a vast amount of energy to keep running. Therefore, energy efficiency is a priority,
A Data Center or Internet Data Center is a facility where an organization or a service provider centralizes their necessary computing resources. You might have heard about it a lot lately, since the term Data Center has become very common. Nowadays, most of the data we manage — from mobile phones, tablets and computers — ends up stored in these Data Centers. Actually, many people refer to Data Centers as the Cloud, in a more generic way.
Data center fires are rare but they are also a good example of how important Disaster Recovery planning is. Most fires in data centers are quickly located at the source, allowing the equipment to be isolated and the damage contained to a small area. But their impact can be catastrophic if they are not quickly
After launching our new server line in Q4-2020, we are happy to announce we have also expanded our infrastructure to new state-of-the-art data centers in the Netherlands and Spain. By expanding our data centers network, we have also added new products and services, and improved some of the existing services. Since Q1-2021 we have two
Events like the heavy snowfall provoked by Storm Filomena in Madrid last January or the coronavirus pandemic we are facing have highlighted the importance of business continuity. Contingency and Disaster Recovery (DR) planning is simply essential for critical infrastructures like data centers, but not only. In the digital economy, DR planning has become indispensable for
Data center management is always essential; especially when severe weather conditions — such as the heavy snowfall Filomena provoked in Madrid almost two weeks ago — increase the level of risk of suffering a disruption. Why? Because a lot of businesses rely on them to host their mission-critical applications. Data centers are a key part