AFCOM Symposium – Atlanta 2014: Predictive Modeling For DCIM

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Save-the-date: Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Where: Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, Georgia

When: 9:00am-5:00pm

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 collective wisdom and experience of professionals, like yourself, in the greater Atlanta region.

DCM 2 – Predictive Modeling for DCIM – It’s all about Data Center Capacity
Presented by: Christian Pastrana PE, LEED AP

The typical data center will lose at minimum 30 percent of its total compute capacity in the absence of careful coordination of the space, power, cooling and IT equipment distributions.  Many have turned to DCIM tools to protect capacity that is lost as a result of data center operations.  However, DCIM tools are limited to monitoring or tracking power, IT assets, temperature and space only.  Learn how predictive modeling can utilize the data collected by DCIM tools to enable data center capacity management.

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