In this recent article published on Data Center POST, Dave Eastman talks about the preventative measures that can help you keep your data center running efficiently. Click the Read Full Article button below to read the rest of the article.
Data Center POST // June 20, 2018
We’re all aware of preventative medicine, which recognizes the signs of sickness and treats them before illness sets in. It’s a brilliant concept and works well in medicine, but in the data center world, we continue to cruise along with alert systems that only tell us when an incident actually happens. Alarms are set off and “fire-drills” ensue.
In the spirit of preventative medicine, “Data Center Health” and “Risk Assessment” engines constantly analyze and report on the health and risks of a data center, alerting the operations team of pending issues before you end up in panic mode.
So how does your data center measure up? Are you at risk?
Click the link below to read the full article on Data Center POST.
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