Data Centers Introduction. Dr. Natheer Khasawneh. Goal…. How Data Centers are critical environments for companies. A spects of a Data Center's physical component. Use best design, manage, support, or work in data center.
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Businesses want to learn about (and implement) best practices for their Data Centers.
The need for comprehensive description about how effectively to design, manage, support, and work in Data Centers.
The increase number of inexpensive high-density servers that require more power, data connections, and cooling in Data Centers than in the past. Older rooms lack the infrastructure to support these machines and often require retrofitting or expansion.
An increased awareness of natural disasters and vulnerability.
Businesses looking to save operational costs by shedding real estate, leading to the consolidation of servers into new and larger Data Centers.
Companies that have experienced explosive growth are discovering their server environments are inadequate in capacity or infrastructure and require upgrades or wholesale replacement.
The key elements for creating a reliable Data Center electrical system to power your company's critical servers and insulate them against surges, utility power failures, and other potential electrical problems.
Design strategies for both in-room and standby electrical infrastructure
Best practices for labeling and monitoring electrical system
End-to-end testing procedures to ensure that when your standby infrastructure is called upon it performs as intended.
Guidance on how to upgrade an existing Data Center that is lacking in space or infrastructure, has been poorly maintained, or can no longer meet your company's hosting needs because of changes in the types of equipment that are to be installed.
Addresses the special challenges of retrofitting a less-than-perfect server environment with the least impact to devices that are already on line.