@Afcom @DataCenterWorld Using Simulation to Increase Efficiency, Resiliency, and Capacity

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http://fall2015.datacenterworld.com/

PRM 2

Using Simulation to Increase Efficiency, Resiliency, and Capacity

Presented by: Mark Seymour, CTO, Future Facilities

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • How to use simulation to address real- world data center operations problems
  • How to make data center designs more resilient to operational practice
  • How the design teams, engineers and operations can work collaboratively for maximum efficiency

The importance of the Data Center organizations today is higher than ever before. In most centers any IT business related changes can be accommodated if they fall within the data center design capacity. Alas, designs are based on assumptions which often cannot be followed in operation, leading to risks and costs for the data center and hence business as a whole. This hands-on workshop will allow the practitioners to use simulation to investigate problem scenarios and test solutions. The workshop is intended for engineering and operations to address real world problems during operation in their own DCs. The course will also cover how design teams make designs more resilient to operational practice. Finally the workshops will cover how everyone in the data center will operate their DC design more effectively over time.

Sneak Peak at Future Facilities video series: 

http://www.6sigmadcx.com/media/videos/Improving-dcim-and-monitoring-with-simulation.php

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