The current state of the datacenter demands a transformation that helps in improving space utilization and lowering power consumption while still providing the scale and availability the business requires. Read this report to learn how your organization can optimize data center efficiency and lower costs.
Physical infrastructure management is the key to system availability, minimizing downtime risk and increasing personnel productivity. Learn the factors that should be considered when choosing a management solution for the physical infrastructure layer of computing and networking resources.
The quest for efficiency improvement raises questions regarding the optimal air temperature for data centers. The goal is to find the optimal temperature range where the combined IT and cooling load is minimized. Data presented is based upon actual sealed testing of different cooling systems when subjected to the simulated composite server...
This short video demonstrates how one organization was able to reduce their energy consumption costs and heighten their competitive advantage with real-time visibility into their data center power usage. Read now to learn how they did it.
This white paper describes an improved method for measuring TCO for data center and network room physical infrastructure, and provides examples on how to relate these costs to the overall IT infrastructure and evaluate cost control strategies.
This resource explores how you can protect your data center’s most important aspect, its IT loading capacity. Learn more about the problem of lost capacity and how it can affect IT configuration. Also, obtain best practices for airflow management and discover how the virtual environment is changing the data center lifeline.
Cooling equipment for an IT environment can be implemented in 10 basic configurations. The information in this paper allows IT professionals to be more involved in the specification of precision cooling solutions that better align with IT objectives.
By replacing aging single-core processor-based servers with new, more energy-efficient servers, you can gain capacity to grow and to increase IT performance using fewer servers. The estimated cost savings from energy and other operating cost efficiencies can pay for new servers in a an estimated 8 months.
This SearchDataCenter.com eBook takes a look at how to master the climate control for the data center. Organizations are creating more heat in smaller places which in turn requires efficient and effective climate control. Read this paper to learn more about how to properly cool your data center.
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