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This paper, written for CxOs and senior managers in the data center owner-operator business, describes how Future Facilities’ ACE performance score and predictive modeling were used to save $10 million in one data center. It follows on from Five Reasons your Data Center’s Availability, Capacity and Efficiency are being Compromised and describes how Future…
Data center owner-operators are increasingly looking for solutions to minimize total cost of ownership, cost per kW of IT load, and downtime. This paper explains the five main
contributors to runaway data center costs, then introduces the ACE performance score and the continuous modeling process. Using both, this paper briefly explains how they are helping owner-operators save…
Recorded Webcast: Continuous Modeling for Design and Operation of Data Centers
Power, IT assets, PUE and temperatures are the focus of data center monitoring today. But, Capacity (the ability of the facility to support IT equipment) is being overlooked. At any point in time, 30% or more of data center capacity is unobtainable. The cost of reclaiming this loss increases exponentially as the IT…
451 Recorded Webcast: Why an energy-efficient data center may not be the most profitable data center
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Many data center facilities focus on improving the infrastructure efficiency, measured by PUE (Power Utilization Effectiveness), but a single minded focus on that metric will often yield perverse results, such as low equipment utilization, stranded…
Future Facilities’ Christian Pastrana to discuss a highly lucrative, continuous modeling in operation case study on March 11
Date and Time: 2:10-2:40 pm Hall 6
CONTINUOUS MODELING IN OPERATION: CASE STUDY – HOW A GLOBAL BANK’S DATA CENTER SAVED $10 MILLION
This presentation will outline a series of steps that enabled the bank’s…
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During the fifth edition of Open Compute Summit, Jon Koomey (Research Fellow, Stanford University) moderated a Keynote Panel titled “Bringing Integrated Design, Mass Production, and Learning by Doing to the Datacenter Industry” where he invited on stage three illustrious speakers:
Can you manage what you can’t measure? Is monitoring your data center really the same as modeling it? Do you make IT changes, then cross your fingers that they’ll work?
There’s an old adage that you can’t manage what you can’t measure. As data center operators flock to DCIM to gather more and more information about their facilities, there’s a danger that some confuse monitoring as modeling.
Save-the-date: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Where: Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, Georgia
The data center ecosystem is evolving. Demand is exploding. Rapid growth in technology. New business models. New regulations. New demands on data center personnel. The inaugural AFCOM Symposium-Atlanta will help data center and facilities managers achieve more together by harnessing the…
Future Facilities 2013 Finalist for DatacenterDynamics – Mission Critical Engineer of the year Biography – LinkedIn
Currently one of the senior engineers at Future Facilities, Dave King can usually be found consulting on design and troubleshooting projects…
Simulation for Data Center Operation - Prediction is Better than Cure
Prediction is Better than Cure – CFD simulation for data center operation