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Which is better for data center optimization, overhaul (yes) or incremental changes (no)?

  • If you can afford it, it's better to have the best setup

    In an ideal world, it's better to overhaul and obsolete system. In reality, optimizing a data center is a daunting task. It can also be expensive, especially if people need access to the data right now! It might be better to fix it up on the go. That way you have less downtime and you can spread expense out overtime. In the long run, it would be better to overhaul the entire system.

  • Incremental changes are best

    Incremental changes are better for data center optimization because
    changes can not be made quickly when it comes to such an important
    resource. If we were to overhaul changes all at once there would
    invariably be so many chinks in the armor that end-users of the data
    would be immediately affected.

  • Incremental changes are best

    Incremental changes are better for data center optimization because changes can not be made quickly when it comes to such an important resource. If we were to overhaul changes all at once there would invariably be so many chinks in the armor that end-users of the data would be immediately affected.

  • Data center optimizations should be done incrementally

    I believe that data center optimizations need to be done incrementally. This is to allow the data center constant up time and lessen the chance of data loss. Complete overhauls, while quicker in many cases, open up a necessary risk of data loss and corruptions. Incremental changes lessen this chance, and if data corruption does occur as a result of a change, it is possible to catch it and resolve the issue before the next change takes place.


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