Thursday, 20 August 2015

Verizon's new massive IoT cluster; Google datacentre tussles with lightning

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Verizon puts 50,000 Docker containers to work on a massive IoT cluster

IoT is becoming real, but it demands serious infrastructure, as a peek inside Verizon's newest cloud shows.

Google datacentre tussles with lightning, comes off second best

Four successive lightning strikes and a massive power outage was enough to wipe out data in Google's European Compute Engine datacentre.

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