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+ - Moving a Data Center Without the Heart Attack->

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snydeq writes "Deep End's Paul Venezia offers hands-on advice to IT admins heading up a physical data center migration. 'As the dust settles in the aftermath of a successful physical data center move, I'm nursing my bruised and cut hands, kicking back with a Scotch, and reflecting on what went right. I said "successful," but actually there's no such thing as a failed data center move: If something's going wrong, there's nothing you can do except keep working until everything's up and running,' Venezia writes. 'But a successful data center move is no accident. Whether it's a data center relocation or new data center build-outs, detailed plans must be made months or even years in advance.'"
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