Watching the initial keynotes for Uptime Institute it is great to see the Green Data Center idea manifest in the tag line of Cloud, Cost, Capacity and Carbon.
The keynote kicked off with the idea this the conference for the Disrupted Data Center which pulled together the groups of The 451 Group.
In the coming five years, a series of major technological innovations, coupled with significant, external legislative and market disruptions, will make an ever greater impression on the planning, design and operation of data centers. The economics, the operational practices and the underlying design principles of data centers, and of IT service provision, may be about to undergo some fundamental, disruptive shifts.
And, organizes the top underwriters of the conference.
But, then I ask the question is disruption of the data center come from the above list of companies. Facebook is presenting part of its Open Compute project.
Open sourcing designs disruptive.
As I spend the rest of my time at Uptime, I'll keep on thinking of what is disruptive in data centers. Is Cloud, Cost, Capacity, and Carbon disruptive? Or is it the companies who are not the underwriters list?