Evolution of Data Centers: From the Cloud to Edge
The Data Center landscape is rapidly changing, and businesses are looking for innovative ways to meet the growing demand for real-time data processing and storage. As the cloud has become more ubiquitous, there is now an increasing focus on edge data centers as a means of delivering faster, more responsive computing and storage closer to where it is needed.
We will explore the evolution of data centers from the cloud to the edge, discussing the emergence of edge computing as a critical component of the IT infrastructure, the challenges, and opportunities that edge data centers present, and the latest technologies and strategies for this evolving area.
How to Prepare for Recovery, Not for The End
Creating, testing and, if necessary, implementing disaster recovery plans is very important for any company. How to prepare and assess risks in order to create realistic recovery plans that will contain all the necessary steps (measures). During the lecture, we will go through the real disaster situation of Fukushima and the recovery that followed. This recovery has had good, but unfortunately also bad steps. We will see what those steps were and how it all affected the final outcome.
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The future of the datacenter market from a Dutch/European perspective
A high-quality and reliable digital infrastructure, is the foundation for the society and economy of the new economy which is open, inclusive, socially relevant, sustainable and above all digitial. ICT makes the large transitions and improvements possible. Our new economy focus on sustainable growth, renewable energy and efficient energy distribution. How is this impacting our industry? And how can we as an industry lead the way? How should the industry, science and government interact. Stijn Grove explaines this from a Dutch and European perspective.
The temperature dilemma in modern data center: air and liquid cooling
Why does trade associations matter?
This presentation explains why trade associations matter and speaks about the benefits the associations bring to its members. One main task for trade associations is being the voice of the industry, representing the whole value chain of the datacenter industry when addressing governmental bodies and regulatory authorities.
Establishing a good relationship to national and regional authorities is key to promote the existing industry and each individual nation as favorable locations for building datacenters, and also key to develop a business-friendly climate and a stable regulatory landscape for the industry.
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