Where the Internet Lives

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A podcast from Google about the unseen world of data centers

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Six: The Future
00:37:01

For fifty years, computer performance has improved exponentially while the cost of computing has plummeted – but this phenomenal “Moore’s Law” trend has begun to slow down. What does this mean for data centers and what lies ahead? In our final episode, we peer into the future of technology – from machine learning to quantum computing – and explore the next chapter in the story of the physical internet.

Dec 10, 2020
Five: What If?
00:27:04

 We’ll cover the mind-boggling “what-if” scenarios that security experts inside data centers prepare for — all to protect user data and keep the internet running. And we'll learn about the multi-layered systems that keep warehouse computers secure.

Dec 10, 2020
Four: A Quest for 24/7 Clean Energy
00:41:03

 In this episode, we look at the evolution of data center energy use in a world confronting the threat of climate change – and explore promising ideas that could fuel a carbon-free future.

Dec 10, 2020
Three: When the Data Center Came to Town
00:41:20

How do data centers intersect with the communities they call home? What kinds of jobs do they create and what do residents think of having a big computer in their backyard? In this episode, we hear what happens when the industrial economy meets the digital economy in rural Alabama.

Dec 10, 2020
Two: Inside the Walls
00:40:56

Data centers are some of the most secure buildings on the planet. In this episode, we invite you to step inside and take a tour with one of Google’s top engineers. As we venture into computer systems that connect the world, we meet the people who keep these warehouse-scale facilities running. Plus, a little-known story about the scrappy origins of Google’s first computers.

Dec 10, 2020
One: You Use Data Centers
00:30:10

In our first episode, we explore what data centers are – and how they keep the internet going, even when events like COVID-19 trigger historic surges in traffic.

Dec 10, 2020
Introducing "Where the Internet Lives"
00:01:09

"Where the Internet Lives" is a new podcast about the unseen world of data centers. 

In this series, we’ll go inside a data center and learn how the machines actually work. 

We’ll hear about the early days of Google’s first data center designs — and how they set the stage for today’s hyper-scale facilities. 

We’ll learn about how data centers are becoming a backbone of the clean energy economy. 

And we’ll explore how quantum computing, the end of Moore’s law, and new uses of the Cloud are changing the way we build the physical internet.

Nov 20, 2020