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  • noun Plural form of datacentre.

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Examples

  • A key concern is the amount of power consumed by datacentres, which is set to grow if cloud computing platforms such as Microsoft's own Azure gain acceptance.

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  • A key concern is the amount of power consumed by datacentres, which is set to grow if cloud computing platforms such as Microsoft's own Azure gain acceptance.

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  • Perhaps it is time you considered two datacentres, one in North America, and one in Europe.

    Plentyoffish is down… « The Paradigm Shift

  • You can use DNS with a very short TTL this is how major websites like facebook move traffic between datacentres.

    Twitter Should Decentralize (And Make Money) Via Twitter Server

  • Amazon is also investing in video content and other publishing deals to support the device, while spending on datacentres for its cloud computing business and fulfilment for its online retail operations.

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  • Even hugely centralised systems, with large core databases, aren't immune to the changes driven by Cloud services - for example, the large economies of scale and resulting lower bills that come from using the shared datacentres that are part of the Cloud.

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  • Bad weather in Dublin damaged datacentres used by the two computer giants, taking out the main power supply and damaging the control systems for the back up generators.

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  • "Through this agreement Tieto plays a key role in Microsoft's vision of providing customers with cloud services, hosted in customer, Tieto and Microsoft datacentres."

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  • Amazon is also investing in video content and other publishing deals to support the device, while spending on datacentres for its cloud computing business and fulfilment for its online retail operations.

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  • Westcon has three datacentres globally, one each in the US, Europe and

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