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What Are The Right Questions to Ask Your Data Center?

Last week, we noted the upcoming introduction of a series critical questions to ask of your existing or prospective data center partners. We promised to provide you with not just another list of questions - but to provide you the insight needed to be in the best possible position to parse through the answers to achieve your objectives.

Topics: Data Center Products and Services

Ask Your Data Center The Right Questions

The scope and scale of today’s data centers is best characterized by a number:

Topics: Data Center

4 Considerations for Picking A Data Center Transit Provider

When you're selecting a transit provider for your data center environment, you're selecting who brings customers to your doorstep, who controls a portion of your user experience, and of course, who controls a huge part of your uptime. There are many things to consider when making this decision:

Topics: Networking Data Center

Increase Uptime in Your Data Center Network

As networkers, we’re constantly thinking about redundancy and uptime. We’re taught that multiple links and devices means resiliency, which can be true, but complexity in the network can be equally complex to troubleshoot when things go wrong.

Topics: Redundancy Networking Data Center

8 Tips for An Easy Hardware Migration

1. Pad your move time.

Give yourself more time than you think you need at every step of the migration. No matter how good your team is, the truck will have a mechanical problem, a tech will catch whooping cough from an unvaccinated kid, and a screw will get stuck because dissimilar metals caused a chemical reaction, welding it in place. It's okay to expect delays.

Topics: Data Center Products and Services

5 Questions That Call Your SLA Into Question

Once purely the domain of IT and infrastructure organizations, service level agreements (SLAs) have become strategic business tools throughout the enterprise. The proliferation of as-a-service (aaS) offerings places newfound interest and importance in what SLAs should (and do) cover.

Topics: Data Center

Dedicated vs. Cloud Hosting White Paper

One of the most difficult IT decisions facing organizations today is the choice between dedicated servers and cloud solutions. 

Topics: Data Center