When one data center isn't enough

Brodkin, Jon
January 2008
Network World;1/7/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p32
Trade Publication
The article provides information on geographically distributed data centers. Arun Taneja, of the Taneja Group, states that enterprises stays with having multiple data centers because in disaster recovery having only one data center is not enough. The author adds that aside from disaster recovery, distributed data centers can put applications more closer to users. However, distributed data centers need extra staff, extensive traveling and management complexity. Other information related to distributed data centers also mentioned.


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