Greening the Data Center: Opportunities for Improving Data Center Energy Efficiency (Paperback)George Spafford (author)
Paperback 60 Pages / Published: 02/04/2009
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IT organizations are under intense pressure to manage the power consumed by data centers and the resulting cooling demands. To address these needs, IT needs to properly blend people, process and technology to create solutions. This book will provide an overview of processes for planning but will mainly focus on technical improvement opportunities at a high-level. The chapters are intended to give management data center power consumption areas to investigate. Rather than a linear cookbook approach, the chapters are organized in such a manner that the reader can skip to the topic of interest. Help you produce a technical roadmap that supports the objectives of Green IT Indeed, most data centers will not suffer from a lack of opportunities to improve. What is needed is careful planning and deliberate execution to manage power and cooling while continuing to create and protect value for the organization This pocket guide is written by George Spafford who is a Principal Consultant with Pepperweed Consulting, LLC, and an experienced practitioner in business and IT operations. He is a prolific author and speaker, and has consulted and conducted training on regulatory compliance, IT Governance, and process improvement in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and China. Publications include co-authorship of The Visible Ops Handbook" and Visible Ops Security .
Publisher: IT Governance Publishing
Number of pages: 60
Weight: 56 g
Dimensions: 165 x 95 x 4 mm
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