on365 announces the launch of The Green Room– an information portal for anyone responsible for efficient data centre infrastructure and operations.
In an age of a turbulent economy and ever-rising energy prices, data centre managers must maximise IT estate compliance, performance and sustainability. The Green Room contains constantly updated downloadable research, top tips, features, case studies and White Papers to support and address these issues.
Chris Smith, director, on365 says: “The Green Room serves as a one-stop resource on how to run your data centre most effectively, including the latest information on green IT, energy efficiency regulations and developments in data centre architectures. on365 has a wealth of experience in managing leading-edge data centres for blue chip companies and the Green Room makes this expertise available to all.”
There is a constant pressure to find innovative ways to both drive down costs and ensure compliance whilst increasing available processing power and storage capabilities in the data centre. The Green Room portal offers many practical measures to make data centre operations more sustainable and efficient, from virtualisation and Cloud strategies to real-world actions such as optimal placement of CRACs and running of equipment reuse and recycling programmes.
Additional tips, features and White Papers are also available:
· Top 10 Mistakes in Data Centre Operations: Operating Efficient and Effective Data Centres
· Power and Cooling Capacity Management for Data Centres
· Impact of Hot and Cold Aisle Containment on Data Centre Temperature and Efficiency
· Virtualisation and Cloud Computing: Optimized Power, Cooling, and Management Maximizes Benefits
· Containerised Power and Cooling Modules for Data Centres
Case studies are available on data centre implementations in users as diverse as: Clapham Junction railway station; Ecrossnet; Harvey Nichols; Kingston Technology; Mid Essex Hospital Services; NATS and Standard and Poor’s.
Tags: Design & Facilities Management, Power & Cooling