Databases help the business access information more quickly. This, in turn, allows employees to get more done in less time, which allows businesses to grow more rapidly. When businesses grow more rapidly, there are generally more jobs and higher pay and the economy does better. This all sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? So then why don’t we see databases helping companies and organizations progress their business faster?
It’s hard to find a data center today that doesn’t run at least a few servers with 0% utilization across all KPIs. These “zombie” servers are prevalent in nearly all data centers and take up unused space. Awareness of these dormant servers has risen for larger companies in the industry, but for the vast majority of data centers around the world, this is not exactly a tier-1 priority issue.
Topics: Servers and Hardware