The year is drawing to a close and things are changing in the data center world. The green revolution is taking a firmer hold by the day and the advent of cloud computing is bound to have long-lasting repercussions. As data centers draw more and more media attention for the amount of energy they require, innovation in providing them with that power is increasing in exciting ways… but what will be next? Read More
Last week the experimental data center in a cave got a lot of attention, and with good reason. Utilization of creative space like that is a really great step in the right direction, and all the natural cooling available in a limestone cave is a very sci-fi way to deal with the ever-present problem of data center cooling. But that’s not the only exciting and innovative data center story to come up lately. Read More
Considering how much space is needed to devote to a data center and how limited necessary resources are, it may not be surprising that people are getting so creative with their data center design – but it is completely awesome. The latest neat data center spot is an experimental infrastructure in a limestone cave. Read More
Obviously our specialty is data center migration, so since a successful data center move requires a lot of technical knowledge, we’ve been spending some time lately focusing on ways to share some of that.
Last article we learned a little about MMORPGs and the way they utilize data centers, now let’s have a look at the way Galaxy Gaming is incorporating a data center into its casino games.
The idea, at least in part, is to open up jackpots across many casinos and into cruise ships, so the shared jackpots can get seriously huge. Apparently so-called “life-altering jackpots” draw a lot of players to casinos. Read More