The Southeastern U.S. is known for its mild climate, comforting down-home cuisine, and southern hospitality. Recently, however, this region has been expanding its repertoire to encompass a new facet of the technological future: data centers.
As operations move their compute load from large data centers to edge locations, organizations must adjust their network management processes to continue delivering the always-on uptime that customers have come to expect. To do so, they must invest in hybrid solutions.
Every IT team is tasked with developing a data center strategy that provides monitoring and insights across several aspects of its data center including temperature, airflow, humidity, power consumption, and security.