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How do you maintain a high-performance data centre without ever being offline for maintenance? You engineer in multiple independent backup systems into the design so planned maintenance and upgrades can be performed without ever impacting on the availability of computing equipment.

It’s called concurrent maintainability and it’s why Metronode was the first data centre provider in Asia-Pacific to achieve Uptime Institute’s Tier III Certification of Operational Sustainability. It’s also one of the reasons why Metronode has achievedan enviable record of 100% uptime since 2002.

We have 60MW of capacity and growing across our network of data centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. All of our data centres are built in carefully selected low risk areas as close as possible to major business centres.

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See for yourself how we achieve concurrent maintainability on a personal tour. We have data centres across Australia so there is one near you.

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Concurrent maintainability is not just about uptime. Typically, data centres are most vulnerable during planned or emergencymaintenance. It’s when an unexpected failure or just simple human error can bring a business to its knees. Having multiple redundanciesbuilt into the data centre design simply means availability is never at risk and you can focus on your running your business.

We are still the only Australian data centre provider to achieve Uptime Institute Tier III Gold Certification of Operational Sustainability. So if you want a data centre with the highest levels of redundancy guaranteed, the choice is still Metronode.

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Glenn Aspland, Senior Facilities Manager at Metronode, talks about the challenges ofachieving Uptime Institute Operational Sustainability.

Jonathan Buchanan, Head of Business Development at Metronode, talks about the benefits of Metronode’s unique data centre design.

READ MORE ABOUT CONCURRENT MAINTAINABILITY ON OUR BLOG

Read the lastest thinking on operational sustainability and uptime on our MetroBlog.

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It’s really about being abundantly blessed , about getting filled up .

So, should we give to others in order to get something? Not for a second. We give because His love compels us to. We give because we can. We give because He gave first.

So, should we give to others in order to get something? Not for a second.

Whenever God sees a generous soul who is full of mercy and empty of self, He makes certain the one “who gives much will have much” (NLV).

Kathy, who also chose this verse, wrote, “I find that when I pray for others, and reach out to help others, I am blessed. It truly is better to give than receive, for in giving we receive even more than we could have asked for .”

…whoever refreshes others… Proverbs 11:25

…whoever refreshes others…

Refresh. Lovely word, especially in the summer. In Hebrew, ravah means “to be saturated” or “to drink one’s fill.” It can mean pouring water over people, or pouring water into them, if they’re dry, parched, dusty, or thirsty.

You might “give a cup of water” (CEV) to the painters working on your house, the teenager mowing your lawn, the UPS driver who needs a break from the heat. Or, you could “help others” (ERV) by donating to Water for Life , which digs and establishes wells around the world.

It doesn’t have to be liquid refreshment, of course. Anything that pleases God and “satisfies others” (CJB) is a good thing. Just get ready. When you refresh people, it will soon head back in your direction.

…will be refreshed. Proverbs 11:25

…will be refreshed.

Love this photo. You can almost feel that cool water hitting her face. God promises those who water others “will receive a flood in return” (ISV). Since the Hebrew word, yara, is an archery term for shooting an arrow, that refreshment will be coming your way swiftly and…uh, pointedly.

God never misses His intended target. You can be certain you’ll be “helped” (GNT), “enriched” (HCSB) and “satisfied” (GW) when you pour yourself out for others.

I must confess, this translation made me smile: “he that inebriateth, shall be inebriated also himself” (DRA). Not sure I’d build a lesson around that one. But “anyone who renews others will be renewed” (NIRV)? That’ll preach.

If your soul is parched right now, the temptation is to focus on getting your own thirst quenched. What if instead you found a way to bless another person? Not a family member or your employer or a friend at church, but someone who can’t give back? That way, when your blessing boomerangs, you’ll know the true Source.

Beth likes this verse because, “It amazes me to be given stewardship here on earth of God’s extravagant and generous heart! To be able to represent Him and refresh those whose hearts or countenances have fallen.”

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