Avoiding the Five Bottlenecks of Data Center Planning and Management
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A data center is, for all practical purposes, a factory. It consumes resources, applies human labor, produces exhaust, requires continual attention, and is replenished by fresh inventory. We’ve embraced the modern metaphors of data center revolution and digital transformation to the extent that we forget a data center is an engine in a complex supply chain – just like any other factory. This Data Center Knowledge report suggests a response plan that addresses, stage by stage, the constraints and inefficiencies that these bottlenecks impose.