Keeping Your Datacenters Organized




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January 27, 2012
Datacenter on Elm Street
By Michael Marr
Sure, your 120 year old Grandpa might utter incoherent nonsense 90% of the time, but pay attention when that ten-percent of conversation actually makes sense. It seems that many values of the past have gotten lost in translation, or more likely, in laziness. "Do the job right the first time" and other work ethic idioms have, unfortunately, fallen by the wayside in modern American society. This was no more apparent than during a recent datacenter trip.

A colleague and I completed a cross-country trip to install a NAS and a few MongoDB servers only to behold the following. WARNING The following images are graphic in nature, and may invoke cringing, vomiting, and/or diarrhea.

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