Memory-Lane Monday: An ounce of prevention is worth a pounding headache

A very large thunderstorm is headed for this company’s data center, and there’s reason to worry, says a pilot fish working there.

The company is the product of several mergers back in the late ’90s, when it was decided that the newest data center would be the new company’s production data center. That particular data center was, of course, built for a much smaller company than the merged entity, so it had to be immediately expanded.

Laments fish: “In the intervening years, the quantity of servers and network and disk hardware in the data center increased rapidly, but the UPS and emergency generator didn’t keep up with the growth.”

Nonetheless, with that big storm on the way, a high-level manager overrides the advice of the technical support team and decides to switch the data center over to emergency power, rather than risk the possibility that the city power could be disrupted.

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Memory-Lane Monday: An ounce of prevention is worth a pounding headache

A very large thunderstorm is headed for this company’s data center, and there’s reason to worry, says a pilot fish working there.

The company is the product of several mergers back in the late ’90s, when it was decided that the newest data center would be the new company’s production data center. That particular data center was, of course, built for a much smaller company than the merged entity, so it had to be immediately expanded.

Laments fish: “In the intervening years, the quantity of servers and network and disk hardware in the data center increased rapidly, but the UPS and emergency generator didn’t keep up with the growth.”

Nonetheless, with that big storm on the way, a high-level manager overrides the advice of the technical support team and decides to switch the data center over to emergency power, rather than risk the possibility that the city power could be disrupted.

To read this article in full, please click here

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Story added 21. September 2020, content source with full text you can find at link above.


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Memory-Lane Monday: An ounce of prevention is worth a pounding headache

A very large thunderstorm is headed for this company’s data center, and there’s reason to worry, says a pilot fish working there.

The company is the product of several mergers back in the late ’90s, when it was decided that the newest data center would be the new company’s production data center. That particular data center was, of course, built for a much smaller company than the merged entity, so it had to be immediately expanded.

Laments fish: “In the intervening years, the quantity of servers and network and disk hardware in the data center increased rapidly, but the UPS and emergency generator didn’t keep up with the growth.”

Nonetheless, with that big storm on the way, a high-level manager overrides the advice of the technical support team and decides to switch the data center over to emergency power, rather than risk the possibility that the city power could be disrupted.

To read this article in full, please click here

(more…)

Story added 21. September 2020, content source with full text you can find at link above.


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