This morning Google has released unprecedented images of the inside of their datacenters, something that they have kept very secret until now.
They also released a Street View tour of the Lenoir Datacenter, where I work.
Google doesn't often give out this sort of information. As someone who has worked in the company for almost 8 years I am actually stunned by the level of openness here, but I am also thrilled to be able to share some of the amazing things we've been working on.
So check out these links:
The official Google blog post - including links to the Street View tour:
Google's data centers: an inside look (if you take the Street View tour, look out for easter eggs!)
This is a lengthy article by Wired's Steven Levy that goes into much more detail about life inside the data centers:
Google Throws Open Doors to Its Top-Secret Data Center
And finally a segment on CBS: This Morning:
Behind the cloud: A tour of Google's secretive data facilities