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From Fermilab Today, October 8, 2014

Adam Walters
Adam Walters

Adam Walters, computing data center manager

Fermilab's Grid Computing Center is dedicated to supporting experiments in their scientific endeavors. It houses thousands of computers and is the most compute- and power-intensive data center at Fermilab.

The effort to maintain Fermilab's data centers' reliability is a challenging one. Data centers run quietly in the background of the lab's scientific program, and when they run well, you shouldn't even notice. When there's a hiccup — even a few minutes of down time in one of our data centers — it can jeopardize scientific computing operations significantly. Our goal in the Core Computing Division is to operate reliable, efficient data centers. Two recent projects have helped us achieve this.

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