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 configuration is built out.
At “Continuous Modeling for Design and Operation of Data Centers”, see examples of a new technique for monitoring Capacity. Also learn how Predictive Modeling is used to solve this problem before the data center is built out and corrective actions become limited and expensive.
• Capacity utilization problems make their appearance on day 1 of operations
• Without monitoring of capacity, they go undetected until IT availability becomes an issue
• The cost of addressing Availability issues is orders of magnitude more than fixing Capacity issues proactively.
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