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Low angle portrait of young African American data engineer working with supercomputer in server room lit by blue light and holding laptop, copy space
Low angle portrait of young African American data engineer working with supercomputer in server room lit by blue light and holding laptop, copy space

The Data Center Human Element: Designing for Observability, Resiliency and Better Operations

A HONEYWELL SPECIAL REPORT

A Path to Reducing Human Error and A Look into the Future of Data Center Management

The risk of data center outages can be severe and expensive. A Ponemon study found that the average cost of a data center outage has steadily increased from $505,502, in 2010, to $740,357. That’s an average of $9,000 per minute. Furthermore, a recent Uptime Institute study found that more than 70% of all data center outages are caused by human error and not by a fault in the infrastructure design. In a world of constant connectivity – uptime, efficiency, performance, and observability are critical, as leaders look to make decisions around their digital infrastructure. New demands require modern organizations to rethink their data center environment, delivery model and how to leverage the cloud more effectively.

In partnership with Data Center Frontier, Honeywell, a leader in connected buildings and a provider of data center solutions for over a decade, sets out to report on the state of data center operations and the shift towards a more connected ecosystem.

  • Why it’s time to explore and consider new tools to help you improve data center management.
 
  • The Data Center “Great Resignation”
  • Challenges in the Digital Age
 
  • Tools that Improve Operations and Help Reduce Risks

Download the report to learn more about how business will need to adapt to the shift and implement the tools necessary to carry them into the future.

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