Critical Power is a key concern for the data center strategist. As subject matter expert, Reza Tejali, P.E. of Schneider Electric explains, “(Power) Loss must be truly ‘prevented’ by prudent operational practices.” That theme is prevalent in this thought leadership whitepaper. Read More
Here are the top 3 data center white papers for May 2011 from the Data Center Knowledge White Paper Library: Read More
This sheet published by Emerson Network Power is the first in a series entitled Cloud Risky to Cloud Ready and covers a four step process to getting Cloud ready. Read More
In this whitepaper Raritan explores the trend of getting more of your data center with less – less space, less equipment through technologies such as blade servers. Key to this necessary evolution is a parallel change to cooling and power and how to get the most out of that key infrastructure to control cost, uptime and extended wear of equipment.
This whitepaper from Emerson Network Power guides you through considerations for cloud computing data centers. It gives you a series of checklists to make sure you are ready for the cloud revolution. In a very logical way this paper covers trends, technologies and preparations needed for cloud deployment. Read More
Ideas International (IDEAS), a leading global supplier of comparative intelligence on enterprise infrastructure presents a white paper on UNIX. This comparison features three systems HP-UX 11i v3, AIX 6.1, and Solaris 10. Read More
Data Centers are more than the critical IT equipment that are housed within its walls. They are first and foremost rooms of power and climate control. Space that needs to be architecturally planned and quality constructed. As with any construction project there is an immense amount of planning and expense. Read More
“Cloud Risky to Cloud Ready” is a new series from Emerson Network Power, examining the premise that cloud computing is a matter of understanding what you’re getting into, creating a plan and utilizing proven technology. Read More
This webcast from HP offers a discussion of new economics in Unix computing.