This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down: Part 1 of 3

By Josh Symonds, March 7, 2017, AppDynamics. Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s best-in-class cloud services offering, had downtime of only 2.5 hours in 2015. You may think their uptime of 99.9997 percent had something to do with an engineering team of hundreds, a budget of billions, or dozens of data centers across the globe—but you’d … Read more

Frontline Data Services is Now Offering UNLIMITED Cloud Backup and Recovery Services

New Unlimited Cloud Backup and Recovery Services Help Frontline’s Customers Comply with Regulations, Automatically Protect Data, and Gain Peace of Mind  Orangeburg, New York — November 4, 2014 — Frontline Data Services, a leading Colocation and cloud services company, is pleased to announce it is now offering unlimited cloud backup and disaster recovery (BDR) services … Read more

Data Center Design Evolution With Smart Alliances

In a world of $1,000 per square foot real estate, experienced planning and coordination are critical. WiredRE and Deerns America Align to Provide Data Center Design and Project Management Services. The cost structure and intent of data centers is rapidly changing under the pressure of cloud computing and its move toward massive scale and efficiency. … Read more

Prominent Data Center Veteran Joins WiredRE

Earlier this week WiredRE announced the addition of Chainrai Waney as their new Regional VP and Cheif Operating Officer to support their continued national growth in 2012. It is an exciting year ahead for WiredRE, as they anticipate moving into more territories accross the US after doubling revenues in 2011. When asked about what his … Read more

Cloud, Colocation, and Data Center Real Estate Analysis

With the maturation of the IT infrastructure business, solution sets for any given need have multiplied and produced an alphabet soup of viable alternatives. IaaS, Cloud, Colo, PaaS, Container, etc., all serve essentially the same need for infrastructure services. Processor level advances have solved many problems, and now bottlenecks have emerged elsewhere in the solution … Read more