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  • Data Center Monitoring Tools and Tips to Keep IT in the Know

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Data center admins have a seemingly never-ending to-do list when it comes to infrastructure monitoring. From server to equipment monitoring, it's a practice that's often difficult to juggle. Read on to view five tips to fine-tune your data center monitoring, including how to increase security and scalability.

  • Why Cloud Computing is Requiring us to Rethink Resiliency at The Edge

    Sponsored by: Schneider Electric

    As dependence on cloud-based applications grows, businesses must rethink the level of redundancy of the physical infrastructure equipment on-premise. This white paper describes and critiques the common physical infrastructure practices seen today.

  • Continuous Metering and Monitoring of PUE in Data Centers

    Sponsored by: Schneider Electric

    This paper provides guidance on determining what level of power usage effectiveness (PUE) metering is appropriate for a particular data center, given its capacity (kW), power and cooling architecture, business objectives, and the degree to which infrastructure systems (e.g., chillers, generators) are shared.

  • How to cost-effectively extending your data center's life

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    Complete our brief Data Center Design Checklist to sanity check your existing infrastructure initiatives, and immediately after, access our expert 11-page guide to low cost, high impact tactics for keeping your current data center running optimally.

  • How to Ensure Effective and Secure Server Uptime Using Data Center Providers

    Sponsored by: CyrusOne

    Delve into this case study to discover how SmartVault chose a data center colocation provider to host its IT footprint. Click through now to explore the benefits colocation provides, including a disaster-proof data center, high-level security, and more.

  • 4 Critical Steps to Achieve IT Uptime, Connectivity with Data Center Colocation

    Sponsored by: CyrusOne

    Discover how colocation can help you maintain your data centers in today's pressurized, highly-competitive business environment with high levels of network flexibility and security. Read on to complete 4 critical steps to improving IT uptime and connectivity as outlined here.

  • Emerson SmartCabinet

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    This white paper introduces an IT infrastructure solution for your data center that has a high operating efficiency, flexible installation levels, an adaptive power rating and enhancing your uptime.

  • Emerson SmartCabinet

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    This white paper introduces an IT infrastructure solution that contains power, thermal management, enclosure, power distribution, and monitoring and infrastructure management all in one solution. Read on to see how this system can be tailored to your specific requirements, to ensure system compatibility, and provide seamless business continuity.

  • The Enterprise Data Center Design Guide: Increase Efficiency, Availability and Capacity:

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    This informational white paper offers five best practices that are proven to manage technologies in your data center and better employ cooling, and power infrastructures, ultimately improving overall data center performance. It also offers a roadmap to optimize efficiency, availability and capacity of new and existing facilities.

  • AFC: Adiabatic, Freecooling and Mechanical Cooling All in One Unit

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    Watch this 2 minute video to learn about a next-generation of chilled water systems for your data center. In this video, see first-hand how this new adiabatic freecooling chiller compares to standard traditional chillers, and discover whether they are good fit for your IT environment.

  • Evaporative cooling technology – Liebert® EFC

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    In this short informational video, discover an indirect evaporative freecooling system that delivers reductions in electrical infrastructure, reduction in data center TCO, lower operating costs and much more.

  • Freecooling, Evaporative and Adiabatic Cooling Technologies in Data Center

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    This feature white paper analyses a solution that allows data centers to maximize energy efficiency, as well as exploit the management of energy and water by collecting information from the unit's key parameters and operating modes and ultimately calculating and implementing the combination that optimizes costs.

  • Five Strategies for Cutting Data Center - Energy Costs Through Enhanced Cooling Efficiency

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    This white paper introduces five strategies for increasing data center cooling efficiency with the hopes that these methods coupled with, higher-efficiency processors and new chip-based cooling technologies, can reduce cooling system costs.

  • Protect Your HVAC/R Systems with Electronic Expansion Valve Upgrades

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    Discover how electronic expansion valves (EEV) modulate the high precision control of data center refrigerant circuits. Read on to compare EEV performance to that of thermostatic expansion valves, and ensure the longevity of your cooling units by optimizing control of refrigerant flow and reducing the need to superheat.

  • Output Short-Circuit Current Bearable by the UPS

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    The purpose of this white paper is to clarify the concept of prospective short circuit currently bearable by the UPS, to explain the role of fuses as well as indicate the requirements of the international IEC 62040-1 standard.

  • Energy Efficiency Solutions for Your Data Center - Chapter One - Cooling Assessments

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    The first chapter of this informational eBook uncovers information that will help solve some of the featured cooling challenges within your data center. It also provides a baseline for determining expansion solutions, optimizing rack or HVAC layouts and identifying cooling failure scenarios.

  • Cost of Data Center Outages

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    Along with analyzing the identified trends in cost and causes of downtime within the data center, this white paper addresses eight core process-related activities that drive a range of expenditures associated with a company's response to a data center outage

  • Ability to Build Hyper-Scale Data Centers at Hyper-Speed Helps Eliminate IT Expansion Risk and Uncertainty

    Sponsored by: CyrusOne

    In this case study, discover how IT deployment delivered a high-quality data center product in the same amount of time it would take enterprises to order and receive the computing equipment. Read on to see how this construction ensures its customers are able to scale at hyper-speed to meet their data center capacity needs.

  • Data Center Thermal Management Services: A Brief Video

    Sponsored by: Emerson

    As energy prices continue to soar, data center managers explore each avenue for reducing energy consumption and cutting costs. Tune into this brief video to strategize your data center thermal management and discover if your IT admins should utilize indirect evaporative freecooling and adiabatic freecooling in your mission-critical facility.

  • Data Center Power Services for Business-Critical Continuity

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    Determine from this resource how to reduce downtime, extend data center equipment life, and increase system availability with proactive power equipment maintenance. Access now to learn how to better manage the health of your entire infrastructure.

  • Distributed and Centralized Bypass Data Center Architectures Compared

    Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power

    In this white paper, explore the principles of centralized versus distributed bypass data center backup, and discover how to apply each method to standalone monolithic and integrated-modular UPS architectures. Access now and receive an overview of the weaknesses and capabilities of both system designs to simplify your decision-making process.

  • 6 Ways to Class Up Your Data Center Switches

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    In this e-guide, experts point out the differences between the best data center-class switch products to give you an idea of which option is best for you. Learn about six key criteria to consider when purchasing data center-class switches, including physical requirements, converging networks, and more.

  • New Data Center Metrics to Gauge Energy, Cooling Efficiency

    Sponsored by: Chatsworth Products Europe

    Discover the three most significant factors in a data center design to help you through the drafting process. Use this resource as a guide to properly determine requirements from the beginning to maximize overall data center performance and avoid major upgrades.

  • Constructing Your Data Center's Infrastructure Capacity for More Efficient Operations

    Sponsored by: Colt Data Centre Services

    This expert eGuide breaks down what creates high density in your data center, as well as ways to communicate effectively about the space, power and cooling that important workloads require. Also, indulge in four recommended guidelines for analyzing infrastructure capacity problems to help develop a realistic defendable estimate of future needs.

  • How to Yield the Benefits of Converged Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Is converging corporate infrastructure—to eliminate siloed servers, storage, data and processes—worth the risk of potential vendor lock-in? Discover how to yield maximum benefit from implementing converged infrastructure in your data center, as well as learn CI implementation best practices.

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