Engineers who run data centers are in high demand as the growth in such facilities struggles to keep up with the increasing demands of internet-era computing, the New York Times reports. For years, these employees toiled in relative obscurity in the engine rooms of the digital economy, amid the racks of servers and storage devices that power everything from online videos to corporate eMail systems. Their mission was to keep the computing power plants humming, while scant thought was given to rising costs and energy consumption. Today, however, data center experts are no longer taken for granted. The torrid growth

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