Data Center Pro Considers the Future of Hybrid Data Centers

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Editor’s Note: Data center member organization AFCOM interviewed Hector Diaz, the Director for Data Center Strategy & Architecture at Johnson & Johnson, on the data center industry and its impact on the world. Hector is a member of AFCOM’s Data Center Institute (DCI) and has more than 15 years of experience as a senior business leader designing, deploying, and operating mission-critical data center infrastructure.

Hector Diaz, director, Data Center Strategy & Architecture at Johnson & Johnson

AFCOM: This past year, what has been the greatest challenge you’ve had to face within the data center industry? How have you overcome it?

Hector Diaz: First, I’d like to state that I’m speaking only as a member of the DCI Board. My responses are based on my general work experience and connections with my peers throughout the industry. So anything I say here isn’t on behalf of my employer [Johnson & Johnson].

Finding the right balance of what exactly a hybrid data center should be—the right mix of on-prem vs. colo—has been the biggest challenge I’ve consistently seen by talking to

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