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Ten Errors to Avoid When Commissioning a Data Center
Data center commissioning can deliver an unbiased evaluation of whether a newly constructed data center will be an operational success or a failure. Proper execution of the commissioning process is a critical step in determining how the data center operates as an integrated system. The documentation produced as a result of commissioning is also the single, most enduring value added deliverable in a data center's operational life. This paper outlines the ten most common errors that prevent successful execution of the commissioning process.
Director of Education and Training,
APC (American Power Conversion Corporation)
Paul Marcoux is the Director of Education and Training at APC. His career has included senior positions in financial, healthcare and technology industries over a span of 25 years. He has provided design, engineering, and management services for over three million square feet of global IT spaces, from small LAN rooms to state-of-the-art 2N data centers. Paul also holds degrees in electrical and mechanical engineering.
- Schneider Electric
- 04 Feb 2009
- 03 Feb 2009
- 9 Page(s)
- White Paper