This educational event will be supported by members of the DCA and other leading vendors in the industry and be coordinated by senior members from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Leeds. Attendees will be a mix of international academic delegates together with representatives of both public and private sector commercial organisations in the UK.
The organisers are looking for high-quality submissions from IT end-users/datacentre professionals, consultants, industry analysts and system integrators/VARs, describing case studies or technology update sessions that focus on real-world deployments and/or methods and best practices to evaluate new, existing or future technology and data centre solutions. Submissions from IT vendors may also be considered but it is vital that these sessions be delivered in a vendor-neutral/product-agnostic manner. Submissions will be ranked and selected by the Conference Committee based on suitability and adherence to these submission guidelines.
Areas of particular relevance and interest will include, but not be limited to:
£ Data Centre Access Control and Security
£ Data Centre Building Management Systems
£ Data Centre Colocation and Hosting
£ Data Centre Design and Construction
£ Data Centre Monitoring and Management Systems
£ Data Centre Migrations
£ Data Centre Power and Cooling Systems
£ Data Centre Racking and Aisle Containment systems
£ Data Centre Resiliency, Uptime, UPS and Backup Power Systems
Deadline for submissions is 30th April 2012 – papers submission at: email@example.com
Tags: Design & Facilities Management, Power & Cooling