Three Best Practices for Optimizing your IT Infrastructure
In a recent survey by the Uptime Institute, 42% of enterprise data center managers reported that they would run out of power capacity within 24 months. This statistic isn't surprising when you consider that today's IT hardware requires more power-distribution air conditioning and UPS capacity than in the past.
What steps is your data center taking to mitigate the detrimental disruptions of availability, reliability and uptime caused by a loss of capacity?
There are several, cost-effective options for solving the growing capacity concerns without building a new data center or investing in additional infrastructure.
42U discusses three strategies for optimizing your existing environment to improve space and power capacity.
- Trends in Data Center Power and Space Capacity
- Optimize IT!
- Conduct an Analysis of Your Data Center
- PUE: How to calculate your Power Usage Efficiency
- Importance of Evaluating Existing Airflow Patterns
- Implement an Energy Efficient, Modular Infrastructure
- Closed Couple Cooling vs. Room-level Cooling
- "Build as you Grow" UPS
- Improve the Efficiencies of Your Power Management Process
- The Utility Bill Gap
- Micro Power Management at the Room, Cabinet and Rack-level
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