Data center fires aren't common, but they can be devastating. As use of lithium-ion batteries grows, enterprises need to be aware of the risks, Uptime Institute warns.
Unstable border-gateway routing tables led to high packet loss, leaving Microsoft customers unable to reach Teams, Outlook, SharePoint, and other services and resulting in a 'really poor experience,' according to ThousandEyes.
Data centre IT teams must balance the need to consume less electrical power with the need to use power-hungry next-gen silicon, Uptime Institute says.
Alloy lets enterprises deliver infrastructure and platform services, based on OCI, that they operate and manage in their own data centres.
Beyond the human cost, natural disasters like Hurricane Ian can take a high toll on business continuity, causing enterprise-infrastructure damage.
Data centre operators are working to increase IT infrastructure reliability, keep key talent from being poached, and stay ahead of environmental regulations.
McLaren's Formula 1 racing team securely delivers apps and data to track crews and guests via VMware Workspace ONE.
Product news includes VMware vSphere 8, new Aria multi-cloud management tools, and a SaaS delivery model for networking and security software NSX.
VMware support for IBM's Cloud Satellite means consistent infrastructure and security across IBM's public cloud and its on-premises cloud services.
Network visibility is getting murkier, and enterprises are investing in tools to cut through the fog, tighten security, and boost IT pros’ productivity.
Platforms that draw performance data from multiple devices on multiple networks will make for better hybrid-cloud performance and troubleshooting.
Infrastructure and operations technology needs to be less brittle and more agile, and diversity, equity and inclusion can help.
Data centre operators face increasing complexity and operational challenges as they look to improve IT resiliency and build out edge capacity.
Interest is growing as enterprises look for alternatives to buying equipment outright for workloads that aren’t a fit for public-cloud environments.
Cisco, Dell and HPE are ramping up efforts to deliver usage-based pricing models and managed services for on-prem servers, storage and networking gear.