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Data center selection is an exercise in compromise. Everybody would like to have the best of all worlds, with a highly connected facility offering 24×7 smart hands support, impenetrable security, protection from all natural and man-made disasters, in addition to service level agreements offering 5-Nines power availability at $.03/kW. Not likely we will be able to hit all those desired features in any single facility. Data center operators price their facilities and colocation based on several factors: Cost of real estate in their market Cost of power and utilities in their market Competition in their market Level of service offered (including power, interconnections, etc) Quality of facility (security, power density, infrastructure, etc) Networks, Content Providers, Enterprises, and Eyeballs The basic idea of an Internet-enabled world is that eyeballs (human beings) ... (more)

Evaluating San Diego’s Entrepreneurial Spirit

How attractive is San Diego as a place to start a company compared with the Silicon Valley? Santa Barbara? Los Angeles? On Thursday evening the “Sweat Equity” series of seminars sponsored by San Diego’s Software Industry Council (SDSIC) brought together a distinguished panel with a venture capitalist and successful entrepreneurs answering questions, drilling into their experiences, as well as exploring perceptions they’ve developed over several years doing business in San Diego. More than 50 interested attendees with the hope and aspiration of either starting their own company, ... (more)

Data Center Architecture: Together and Apart

The challenge in architecting, building, and managing data centers is one of balance. There are forces competing to both push together and pull apart datacenter resources. Finding an equilibrium point that is technological sustainable, operationally viable, and business friendly is challenging. The result is frequently a set of compromises that outweigh the advantages. Logically together The datacenter represents a diverse set of orchestrated resources bound together by the applications they serve. At its most simplest, these resources are physically co-located. At its extreme, t... (more)

Sun: a 3-Letter Word Meaning (Says McNealy) "Low-Cost Computing"

Opening COMDEX 2003 this morning in Las Vegas, Scott McNealy - chairman, president, and CEO of Sun Microsystems - had one thing to say above all about the future of technology: "The network is still the computer." "Through all of the noise and the stock meltdown," McNealy said, "the network remains. The network is everywhere. Those who think it's not happening are missing the bet." Considered by many to be potentially one of the most important addresses he has given since the incorporation of the company in February 1982, McNealy then went on to describe Sun's three-pronged attack... (more)

Covario Challenges Economics of SEO

Covario announced a new, economics-based solution for managing online presence that challenges the traditional agency model. With its launch of D3 -- Data Driven Decisions for Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Covario has identified an automation-driven solution that dramatically reduces inefficiencies in large scale SEO management programs by automating processes that consume an estimated 30-40 percent of current investment. "Having worked with large advertisers over the past few years, it's become apparent that the current model for managing SEO is fundamentally flawed," said ... (more)

Analytics for Adobe Air Applications

Speed-Trap http://www.speed-trap.com the online customer insight software provider, today launches its analytics for adobe air applications, Speed-Trap's unique capability to capture and process detailed data on users' interactions with Adobe AIR applications, despite their being based on the desktop, not in the browser. Rich internet applications are no longer solely implemented in browser environments, and with the introduction of Adobe AIR in early 2008, many organisations are starting to implement their rich internet applications as standalone, including companies like the B... (more)