Over the next decade, digital infrastructure operations will need to comply with an emerging set of regulatory requirements. Managers can smooth the path to compliance by focusing on business processes and data collection.
Attitudes to critical infrastructure regulation vary across the world, with the regulators and the regulated mostly agreeing about the goal, role and application of new rules. The US, however, remains an outlier.
This Q&A brings together questions and answers from a webinar on the transactions per megawatt hour metric. Topics include power management, server refresh and sustainability, GHG emissions, IT metrics and utilization rates.
Improving data center infrastructure energy efficiency is vital in helping organizations contain costs and carbon emissions that result from IT growth. This report compares seven projects using a data- and experience-based model.
Reserved instances are a pricing model for virtual machines offered by cloud providers. As they offer savings of up to 70% compared with on-demand pricing, organizations should use them liberally, especially in challenging times.
In this webinar, members of the Uptime Intelligence team discuss some common digital infrastructure sustainability myths, misunderstandings, and poorly understood areas. They discuss how some of these commonly held beliefs may be affecting…