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By: Server Technology     Published Date: Jan 23, 2015
To maximize efficiency in the data center, you first have to “follow the money” which means understanding where the bulk of your costs are and determining how to best maximize those resources by increasing efficiency and therefore reducing costs. When operating a data center, it is clear that the high cost items are the power and cooling. You hear a great deal of industry talk about increasing data center efficiency with conclusions typically being drawn like “just operate your facility at higher temperatures”, use “free cooling” to reduce cooling costs, implement “virtualization and consolidation projects” to reduce power consumption, determine which servers are zombies and turn them off, or use capacity planning to decide where to install new devices.
Tags : data center, efficiency, monitoring
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By: Raritan     Published Date: Apr 17, 2013
Technological, corporate and legislative change looms for our industry. To meet the challenges of resource management, reporting and accountability, operational flexibility and more, operations monitoring needs to keep up. This White Paper provides some “best practices” for monitoring and reporting.
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By: Raritan     Published Date: Oct 07, 2013
When data center managers think of environmental management and monitoring they typically think of temperature sensors, and perhaps humidity sensors but, where should they be placed? Though temperature sensors remain the most prevalent sensors, there are many sensors which can be usefully deployed in a data center. There are sensors for determining whether a cabinet door is open, the difference in pressure between two locations, the rate of airflow, and the presence of water. There are even sensors for tracking IT assets. This white paper will review some of the sensors which are useful in a data center. There was a time, not long ago, when data center managers relied on the room thermostat to indicate the ambient temperature of a data center. They would set the temperature in the mid-60s°F to ensure adequate cooling. Now, most data center managers know that such an ambient temperature is unnecessarily cold and wasteful of energy.
Tags : data center management, data center monitoring
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By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Aug 19, 2014
As demands on the data center increase, IT and facilities departments need to be able to increase and sustain high availability, maximize efficiency and minimize costs. Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) provides an integrated platform for monitoring and measuring consumption, capacity and performance of both IT and facilities resources in the data center.
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By: RF Code     Published Date: May 28, 2014
As is often the case, it wasn’t one single objective that drove Digital Fortress to seek a solution, but multiple independent goals that could only be met with enhanced data center visibility. Outdated monitoring platforms, increasing customer capacity demands, and rapidly shrinking margins for error all combined to present serious obstacles to efficiency and growth, making it clear that greatly improved monitoring capabilities were needed immediately. Digital Fortress’s customers are demanding more power than ever before. While typical per-cabinet power usage projections used to fall in the 1.7 - 2kW range, these days 5kW per cabinet is the norm. In fact some of Digital Fortress’s higher density customer require 9 - 15kW per cabinet, with a few using as much as 25kW. With power densities like these, accurate capacity planning and reliable cooling are critical, and continuous environmental monitoring a necessity.
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By: Geist     Published Date: Nov 04, 2015
Matt Lane, Geist DCIM President, discusses real-time monitoring and how monitoring critical devices in the data center is not always delivered as real-time. Once monitoring options are understood, a decision can be made as to what type of monitoring is best for the data center. Is real-time monitoring and management really necessary or is it just as beneficial to have near-time or extended interval monitoring options? Matt answers this question by explaining the difference between the three monitoring types and how each can enhance or be detrimental to the data center.
Tags : dcim, real time monitoring, data center, pdu, cabinet, power
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By: Aperture     Published Date: Feb 26, 2010
Keeping today's complex data center running at peak performance is no easy task. With hundreds-even thousands-of devices to manage, how can you be sure your data center is functioning correctly, appropriately size the infrastructure and quickly resolve emergencies? Providing real-time access to key data center metrics, infrastructure monitoring helps you effectively plan and manage capacity, right-size the data center to meet business demands, improve operational efficiency and prevent outages.
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By: Aperture     Published Date: Feb 26, 2010
Learn how leading Fortune 1000 companies use unified data center management solutions to help them optimize data center operations, deliver better services at lower cost and reduce risk.
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By: Emerson Network Power     Published Date: Oct 05, 2010
The first decade of the 21st century was one of rapid growth and change for data centers. For most of the decade, data center managers were forced to react to rapid, continuous changes dictated by the capacity and availability requirements of their organizations, and the density of the equipment being deployed to meet those requirements.
Tags : data center, efficientcy, foundation for data center, infrastucture management
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By: Raritan     Published Date: Aug 19, 2014
As demands on the data center increase, IT and facilities departments need to be able to increase and sustain high availability, maximize efficiency and minimize costs. Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) provides an integrated platform for monitoring and measuring consumption, capacity and performance of both IT and facilities resources in the data center. For many organizations, 2014 will be the year they implement DCIM. This practical white paper will also ensure that 2014 is the year they realize their return on investment from DCIM. From defining business needs and setting operational thresholds to enabling integrations and ensuring scalability, we have taken the combined expertise of CA Technologies and Eaton, based on lessons learned from our customers, to provide this best practice implementation guide to DCIM.
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By: CA Technologies EMEA     Published Date: Sep 11, 2018
The advent of cloud computing and software-defined data center architectures for modern application delivery has made networking more sensitive than ever before. Applications in the digital age require networks that can expand and contract dynamically based on consumer demand. Enterprises are implementing software-defined networking (SDN) to deliver the automation required by these new environments, but the dynamic nature of SDN makes network management and monitoring fundamentally more challenging. Network infrastructure teams need monitoring tools that can provide visibility into these new and constantly changing networks. This white paper explores the importance of SDN monitoring and examines a leading example of a solution, CA Performance Management with CA Virtual Network Assurance integration.
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By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Jan 26, 2018
Part 3 in our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, "Customer Demands at the Edge." As distributed edge environments become more critical, physical security becomes more important. Nobody would leave their data center wide open for anyone to enter, but that’s exactly how many organizations treat their edge computing sites. Often, they consist of a rack or two of gear in a non-dedicated location, perhaps a janitor’s closet, with little to no physical security. Fill out your information and click "Register" to watch the third event in our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, “Customer Demands at the Edge: Protect me from Downtime!” This webinar originally aired on November 9th, 2017. In this webinar, we discuss physical security best practices, including environmental issues such as temperature and humidity monitoring. We also update partners on the physical security features of the latest APC racks and the NetBotz line of security and environmental appliances, cameras and sensors.
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By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Nov 17, 2016
Today’s data center power and cooling infrastructure has roughly 3 times more data points / notifications than it did 10 years ago. Traditional data center remote monitoring services have been available for over 10 years but were not designed to support this amount of data monitoring and the associated alarms, let alone extract value from the data. This paper explains how seven trends are defining monitoring service requirements and how this will lead to improvements in data center operations and maintenance.
Tags : schneider electric, digital remote monitoring, data center operations, maintenance, enterprise applications
     Schneider Electric
By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Feb 17, 2017
This paper describes key security aspects of developing and operating digital, cloud-based remote monitoring platforms that keep data private and infrastructure systems secure from attackers. This knowledge of how these platforms should be developed and deployed is helpful when evaluating the merits of remote monitoring vendors and their solutions.
Tags : cyber security, energy efficiency, power and cooling systems, mean time to recovery, mttr, data privacy, cloud-based platforms, digital remote monitoring
     Schneider Electric
By: AMD     Published Date: Jul 20, 2012
Business agility can be defined as a company's ability to respond to changes in business conditions quickly enough to benefit from them.
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By: Panduit     Published Date: Oct 09, 2018
Interested in learning how to stabilize costs and promote growth for you and your tenants? Download the Panduit white paper Colocation Provider Strategies for Success to learn how you can enable ongoing monitoring and maximize your colo data center’s efficiency.
Tags : panduit, colocation, data center management, network monitoring
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By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Feb 19, 2013
The application delivery controller has evolved into a key component of the data center architecture, and enterprises should evaluate ADCs based on how they integrate with this architecture and support more-advanced features, such as user and traffic control and monitoring.
Tags : application, delivery, controllers, evolved, data center, adcs, advancements
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By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Aug 13, 2013
The application delivery controller has evolved into a key component of the data center architecture, and enterprises should evaluate ADCs based on how they integrate with this architecture and support more-advanced features, such as user and traffic control and monitoring.
Tags : gartner, f5 networks, application delivery, data center architecture, enterprises, adcs, infrastructure, application management
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By: Reputation.com     Published Date: Jun 29, 2018
HCAHPS is the barometer for understanding a patient’s hospital experience. But can you predict the outcome of your patient satisfaction surveys by reading online reviews from past and present patients? And more importantly, does improving your hospital’s online reputation improve HCAHPS scores? Yes. Reputation.com’s Data Science team, led by Brad Null, Ph.D, analyzed two years of HCAHPS hospital survey data from The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, across more than 4,800 hospitals. The team reviewed the data alongside online reviews, ratings and rankings for those same hospitals, and made some significant discoveries: • Online reviews provide early warning of issues that may impact patient experience, giving hospitals the opportunity to identify and address those issues before patient satisfaction scores suffer. • By continually monitoring, managing, requesting and responding to patient reviews, a healthcare organization can address negative feedback that impacts HCAHPS resu
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By: HP     Published Date: Jul 29, 2008
This white paper describes an energy audit tool which can lead to significant decreases in the costs of running a data center.  Thermal Zone Mapping (TZM) is a visualization tool developed to present in graphical format high level thermal metrics developed by HP and targeted for use as part of the HP Data Center Thermal Assessment service. This tool uses data generated from computer models of the data center and generates metrics, which are then post-processed and visualized in the three-dimensional data center space.
Tags : heat, data center, heat monitoring, hardware, datacenter, mission critical
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By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Jul 31, 2019
As modernized data centers scale up and out, there is a strong potential for growing complexity as well. IT teams need to be vigilant in simplifying architectures and operations as the technological landscape changes. While the potential of monitoring and analytics in your data center is huge, to take advantage, you'll need an architecture that can handle shifting traffic patterns. In this expert eGuide, you'll discover three ways of simplifying architectures, and how they can help you reduce complexity, improve workforce efficiency, and ease administration.
Tags : cloud providers, cloud provisioning, cloud services, data centre, data centre provider
     Juniper Networks
By: ThousandEyes     Published Date: Aug 04, 2017
Technology trends like telecommuting, BYOD, VoIP and SaaS adoption bring new challenges to the underlying network infrastructure that connects branch offices and datacenters. This guide explains how to tackle the challenges faced by the internet-centric enterprise by intelligently monitoring your WAN, LAN, Wi-Fi and SaaS applications through a combination of Enterprise and Endpoint Agents.
Tags : telecommuting, datacenter, network infrastructure, lan monitoring
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By: IBM     Published Date: May 04, 2009
Increased processing needs means increased energy costs. In fact, power costs can often exceed hardware costs. Read this white paper and see how the pairing of new IBM System x and BladeCenter servers with the new Intel Xeon Processor 5500 series can reduce costs and improve performance.
Tags : ibm, express seller, virtualization, intel, xeon, processor, 5500, bladecenter
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By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 10, 2009
As data center costs continue to rise, green is the word of the day. What it means is cost savings through consolidation and lower energy usage, as this white paper shows. See the role energy consumption plays in today's data centers, and how IBM Tivoli solutions can help optimize energy use in the data center.
Tags : ibm, u.s. environmental protection agency, green data centers, visualization and reporting, asset management and spatial awareness, optimizing power usage and cost, ibm tivoli, storage
     IBM
By: VMTurbo     Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
An Intelligent Roadmap for Capacity Planning Many organizations apply overly simplistic principles to determine requirements for compute capacity in their virtualized data centers. These principles are based on a resource allocation model which takes the total amount of memory and CPU allocated to all virtual machines in a compute cluster, and assumes a defined level of over provisioning (e.g. 2:1, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1) in order to calculate the requirement for physical resources. Often managed in spreadsheets or simple databases, and augmented by simple alert-based monitoring tools, the resource allocation model does not account for actual resource consumption driven by each application workload running in the operational environment, and inherently corrodes the level of efficiency that can be driven from the underlying infrastructure.
Tags : capacity planning, vmturbo, resource allocation model, cpu, cloud era, it management, knowledge management, enterprise applications
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