The traditional server OEMs are losing their grasp on the market, with at least one likely to partially exit the market by 2017, according to a recent Gartner report.
Southern Cross Health Society has rejigged its data centre design, boosting the facility's energy efficiency and providing enough flexibility to cover the organisation's racking needs for the next 10 years.
The ALH Group, which operates more than 320 licensed venues and over 460 retail liquor outlets across Australia, has implemented an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) at each of its pubs.
Data centre provider Digital Realty has formally launched Digital Deer Park, its second facility in Victoria and its sixth in Australia.
Not-for-profit organisation Mission Australia has implemented a private cloud on a new data centre platform to support IT initiatives including mobility.
Digital Realty's Deer Park data centre - its second in Melbourne - has been awarded full Tier III certification by the Uptime Institute.
A data centre can't function without experiencing some downtime. The art lies in controlling this downtime, planning it effectively into the data centre schedule.
Growing competition in the A/NZ data centre market is putting pressure on providers to consolidate and move further up the services stack, according to IDC.
Try to imagine what you would do if ATMs stopped working, credit card transactions couldn’t be processed, online purchases weren’t recognised and retail registers refused to work causing shops to shut down.
Choosing a new data centre provider has allowed Unitas Global to grow 80% in the Asia-Pacific region.
Oracle’s founder and CEO Larry Ellison today announced two new processor families and server ranges that, according to independent benchmarks, deliver markedly better bang for buck than IBM.
Yarra Valley Water (YVW) has replaced a series of Sun servers with a ‘black box’ approach involving Oracle’s Exadata and Exalogic. The new system can spin up environments in hours rather than weeks and provides easier management, allowing staff to focus on other projects.
With the increasing demands by businesses and consumers for more data, it’s the data centre that’s feeling the squeeze. What’s it take to create a rock solid data centre?
Auckland University has implemented several cable management products and techniques in its new data centre, allowing for more efficient use of rack space and giving the university a means to audit its fibre cables.