DataBank announced that they partnered with MOPstar, a state-of-the-art software solution that will standardize the method of procedure (MOP), and daily maintenance across its data centers, enhancing visibility into its critical infrastructure. With this partnership, DataBank aims to reduce operational errors, to increase productivity, and to provide better control mechanisms for improving availability and uptime.
Compliance, efficiency, control
DataBank selected MOPstar because it provides ready access to more data, with increased accuracy and consistency, thereby reducing errors and saving time. This partnership with MOPstar provides DataBank some benefits including compliance, efficiency, control. Ajay Nagar, Founder and CEO of MOPstar, says,
“It’s all about driving automation, standardization and consistency. It has been a fantastic journey working with the DataBank team, whose leadership team truly understands the value of having automated data center maintenance procedures. The company now has increased visibility and productivity and is further ensuring quality control and scalability across multiple levels.”
DataBank operates data centers in Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh. DataBank will plan to roll out MOPstar starting in Indianapolis, Kansas City, and Salt Lake City. For the following months, it is planned to roll out 20 more data centers in the U.S. markets.
Raul K. Martynek, CEO of DataBank, says,
“As DataBank continues to build the premier edge and colocation data center platform in the United States, it’s essential that we automate and standardize operations even as we scale to ensure maximum uptime, optimal efficiency and compliance. By deploying MOPstar first in select facilities and ultimately across our entire data center portfolio, we are elevating the level of precision, quality control and visibility of our mission-critical infrastructure, a distinct advantage to every DataBank customer whose operations demand real-time system monitoring, availability and security.”