Energy Efficient Assessment
sponsored by IBM

Many data centers today are unable to add more servers because they have reached their power, space or cooling capacity limits. By managing the growth of server efficiency through virtualization and data center efficiency through optimization, a consolidated Federal Data Center will be able deliver on current needs, as well as planned and unplanned future expansion.

Data centers must be more efficient in terms of capital and operating costs, and they require active and constant management in order to meet required availability, resiliency, capacity planning and energy efficiency goals.

This paper details how measuring and managing the energy efficiency of a smarter data center can help government agencies become more sustainable and cost-effective. Read on to learn more about the factors driving the need for greater efficiency, strategies for obtaining a holistic view of your data center operations, information on case studies and so much more.

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