Enterprise CIOs are adopting green IT and other new technologies to improve data center efficiencies. In this ebook learn more about how IT organizations are using green IT, virtualization, storage capacity planning and even cloud computing to realize energy savings and lower hardware and power costs in the data center.
High heat in critical spaces compromises availability. This paper discusses the pros and cons of different cooling fluids and system architectures, and explores the role of supplemental cooling technologies as data center densities increase.
Surprise incidences of downtime in server rooms and remote wiring closets lead to sleepless nights for many IT managers. This paper analyzes several of these incidents and makes recommendations for how a basic monitoring system can help reduce the occurrence of these unanticipated events.
Please read this presentation transcript featuring Greg Shulz and Jon Flower. Greg is the author of the book, The Green and Virtual Data Center, and is the founder of Server and Storage IO. Jon is Vice President of technology at Adaptec. Greg discusses with John various issues pertaining to energy efficiency.
This paper describes issues of high processor and server density within existing data center infrastructures. It identifies methods to optimize the effectiveness of power and cooling resources in facilities that are deploying high-density equipment...
Hands-on lab testing of Fibre Channel directors including measurements by an independent electrician. Learn how power savings can leave more watts and amps available per rack and per floor tile for bladed servers and storage.
Review this document based on an IBM/TechTarget Webcast entitled "Going Green While Reducing Operational Costs" to learn what experienced analyst Joe Clabby has to say about data centers and facilities.