Shared Data Centers: Something Old and Something New

Wednesday, October 13 | 2:30PM–3:30PM | Hall A/B, Table 65
Session Type: E2010
The idea of sharing a data center within an institution is common, where departments split the costs of a specialized facility. With the current push toward cloud computing and utility-based services, these resources can be shared across multiple institutions, providing cost sharing akin to "computing co-ops." An example of such a facility is the NWRDC, which provides services to universities, colleges, and state, county, and city governments.


  • Tim Brown

    Executive Director -Northwest Regional Data Center, Florida State University

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