EEC clients that run efficient, reliable data centers tend to have one thing in common: Management buy-in.
By: Guest Blogger, Steve Tyson, Director of Northeast Field Operations, EarthLink
Through the application of what I deem as four key best practices of infrastructure management, EEC helps us meet the challenges we face and enables us to better serve our customers.As a business quickly grows, it can become increasingly difficult to maintain order, while trying to meet one’s business goals. EarthLink’s core model is driven by its dedication and goal to deliver and care for its individual customers. With multiple sites and different types of infrastructure equipment from different vendors, it is a challenge to ensure that our facilities are well-maintained as we progress forward to achieve our goals.
Originally posted on Data Center Post On September 12, 2014
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Originally posted by Data Center Post, Tuesday August 5, 2014
Here are some best practices for data center security:
Change management (also known as configuration management), in reference to technological installations, upgrades, patching, and migrations (such as a physical server to a virtual machine) isn’t always safe or easy.