Policies were put in place to keep both staff and customers safe, but when an unknowingly COVID-19 positive customer entered INAP’s flagship Phoenix data center, a dedicated supervisor stepped up to keep his team safe from exposure. Learn how INAP handled the situation to keep our data center and customers operating at peak performance.
Downtime is a part of doing business and some downtime should be factored into any compute environment. Planned downtime is much easier to prepare for because you’ll often be notified will in advance of that planned downtime.
The global data center market is expected to reach 58140 million USD by 2026. In the U.S., colocation is hot, and—reflecting the global market—is expected to continue to grow over the next five years. Let’s take a closer look at why.
The INAP GratITude Series highlights the hard-working members of our data center and IT teams in essential roles powering a connected world. Their dedication enables our thousands of global customers to successfully operate their businesses in good times and in times of immense challenge. In this GratITude post, we share the story of our dedicated Dallas data center team and how they overcame the Texas winter storms to keep our customers online.
INAP is a global provider of secure, performance-oriented hybrid infrastructure solutions. We bring together an interconnected ecosystem of enterprise cloud, data center and managed services on a single technology platform. “The Hybrid Infrastructure Company” that helps simplify your infrastructure transformation journey.
INAP’s Senior Vice President, Product & Technology, Jennifer Curry, appeared as a guest on a recent episode of TechStrong TV, a web series produced by the editors of Devops.com and Digital Anarchist. Curry discusses INAP’s latest research about the pandemic’s impact on IT infrastructure strategies, the prominence of security solutions in 2021 and the importance of visibility in managed services.
To choose a best-fit colocation provider for your company, you’ll have to know your needs and be able to properly evaluate potential partners. Unsure of where to start? Read on for considerations and questions to get you on the right track.