Google's 10 tips for better data center design

March 7, 2013
The Internet search giant’s pursuit of innovative data center designs largely corresponds to its original ten governing principles.

As reported by GigaOM's Ucilia Wang, Google’s vice president of data centers, Joe Kava, recently described how the Internet search giant’s pursuit of innovative data center designs largely corresponds to the company’s original ten governing rules or core defining principles. Kava laid out these guiding tenets, and how they're connected to Google’s data center design strategy, at the recent Green Grid Forum in Santa Clara, CA.

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