Heard on the Internet: March 2012
Aki Antman @akipekka
Worth reading! 6 Green Data Centers that Could Survive a Zombie Apocalypse ant.mn/wrViRV #greenict #datacenter
February 13, 2012
Lori MacVittie @lmacvittie
And my favorite rule of thumb - as load increases (capacity decreases) performance suffers #cps2012 #fasterapp #ccevent
February 10, 2012
Wendy Nather @451wendy
Thinking about not making a distinction anymore between static & dynamic app sec testing in market. Would this upset anyone greatly?
Enterprise IT February 2, 2012 11:00:00 AM EST
Nuclear Data Explosion
We are on the verge of a nuclear data explosion. On Christmas day alone this year, 7 million combined Android and iPhones were activated, along with 240 million app downloads! The number of angry birds hurled that day must have been in the bazillions.
Staying on top of industry trends like this is of course a key part of my job, and looking through recent data, I’ve uncovered ten stats that reinforce the idea that device proliferation, increased spectrum and rise in wireless subscriptions are leading to massive increase in data consumption:
January 27, 2012
Raejeanne Skillern @RaejeanneS
RT @aneel: something big brewing for #cloudexpo in NY, June. Watch this space <thx for RT. How are you?
Energy and Sustainability Perspectives January 23, 2012 3:40:00 PM
Big Iron Results in Big Energy Savings. Why Mainframes are Sustainable.
When people think about Green IT, you don’t find a lot of people who immediately say, “Oh yeah, that’s all about mainframes.” Affectionately known as Big Iron, this tried-and-true technology that has been around for years is not always on top-of-mind when a discussion about energy efficiency in the data center comes up. But it should be for medium and large companies with significant...
ServerTech Blog - Information for the Data Center Equipment Manager January 16, 2012 5:37:42 PM EST
The limits of magnetic memory?
IBM has successfully created a magnetic memory bit of a mere 12 atoms in size, whereas the standard disc drive needs roughly a million atoms per bit. The caveat is that it must reside at the very low temperature of 10 Kelvin. The full study has been published in the journal Science. According to an interview by Reuters, a room temperature version is theoretically possible at 150 atoms. Is this the end of Moore’s Law? Can we even find a practical means to get to this design? What do you think?...
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Most emailed articles (As of February 13, 2012):
1. CyrusOne Unveils Plans to Build the Largest Data Center Facility in Texas http://bit.ly/x5otR9
2. HP Enables Organizations Worldwide to Expand Data Center Resources with HP POD http://bit.ly/yNzdCR
3. The Battle Lines Are Drawn http://bit.ly/tno4vb
4. Internap Opens High-Performance Data Center in Dallas/Fort Worth http://bit.ly/AkiVo5
5. Hot Aisle Insight: 2012 Predictions http://bit.ly/zRtOnu
6. Oergel’s Vault: EXTREME MAKEOVER - Data Center Edition http://bit.ly/xApkfE
7. 451 Research Publishes Market-Sizing Report for the DCIM Software Market http://bit.ly/s7d78j
8. Oergel’s Vault: Non-Invasive Electrical Testing http://bit.ly/Ay7AhMA
9. Consoli’s RFP Project: What a Waste of Time http://bit.ly/ArzryT
10.Clean Agents Protect Data Centers From Fire http://bit.ly/xkBBiy
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1. Data Center Reliability Starts With Site Selection http://bit.ly/yVCACp
2. Cat Diesel Generator Sets Receive Seismic and Wind Load Certifications http://bit.ly/wQhzk9
3. Amazon Technology To Hold Open House http://bit.ly/Au744B
4. The Time Has Come for 380 Vdc http://bit.ly/Au744B
5. Greenpeace To Release New Rankings of IT Companies on Leadership in Renewable Energy http://bit.ly/A4MjcD