An Ambitious Agenda: Defense and Data Center Consolidation
All government agencies are tasked with an unfunded mandate to consolidate data centers, but the Department of Defense (DoD) faces the biggest challenge: out of the federal government’s 3122 data centers, the DoD owns more than 772, or 25 percent. Some of these data centers use less than two percent of their server capacity and very few are reused internally or across agencies when no longer needed. Though some progress has been made to merge or eliminate under-utilized centers, the DoD has set ambitious goals have been set for the near future.
Read this GBC report to learn:
-What progress the DoD has made in data center consolidation
-How independent policies and isolated technical systems pose problems for consolidation
-How the DoD can meet its consolidation goals despite shrinking IT budgets
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