DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of Wintergreen Research, Inc's new report "Sea Change Series: Scale in the Mega Data Center: Market Shift to Non-Blocking Network Inside Data Center Building" to their offering.
This is an era where the distinction between the technologies and processes that businesses deploy is tightly linked. Digital technology directly impacts customers and markets. The boundary between internal operations of the enterprise and its external ecosystem is rapidly disappearing. Customers, markets, competitors, partners, and regulators are inextricably linked.
Mega data centers need to be understood by all senior executives whether they move in that direction or not. These are the IT used by the fastest growing organizations Google, AWS, Microsoft, and Facebook. There are 25 Sea Change Data Center study modules describing different aspects of the move to mega data centers. The Scale module describes that it is not sufficient just to try certain cloud techniques."
Scale is an essential aspect of the data center positioning for these leading companies. These companies use Clos networks as their data center implementations. This module addresses how and why scale in the mega data center is important. The market shift to non-blocking network inside data center building means companies have to hit a certain scale before Clos networks work.
Key Topics Covered:
Sea Change Series: Scale in the Mega Data Center Executive Summary
- Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Facebook
- IT Is Better When New Sets Of Servers Can Be Spun With The Push Of A Button
- Aim to Realign IT Cost Structure
- Scale Matters
1. Effect of Scale in the Mega Data Center
2. Applications Customized For Each User
3. Mega Data Center Server Pods
4. Google Mega Data Center Scale
5. Microsoft Mega Data Center Scale
6. Mega Data Center Different from the Hyperscale Cloud
7. Amazon Capex for Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Centers
8. Clos Network Architecture Topology
9. Summary: Economies of Scale
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