Data Center Management to Support Growth

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Aug 4, 2010


Aging data centers and infrastructure have considerable energy requirements and unnecessary operational costs. According to this Data Center Knowledge article, power monitoring and reduction technologies will optimize data center space and increase energy efficiency.


Data centers approaching the limits of energy and space resources may need a transformation to prepare for the future.

"With today’s data centers approaching the limits of their infrastructure and energy and space resources, CIOs are faced with ever-changing business demands, widespread resources, and the need to support business growth. Given these dynamics, how can you not only succeed in the present but also better prepare yourself for the future?

"Aging data centers and infrastructure have considerable energy requirements and unnecessary operational costs, imposing capacity limits that affect uptime and flexibility. Poorly managed real estate and underutilized technology also lead to inefficiencies and high energy costs. Organizations need integrated approaches to control and reduce energy usage in real-time in order to improve efficiency under any workload, extending the capacity of existing facilities. Power monitoring and reduction technologies will optimize data center space and increase energy efficiency. This results in reduced operating costs while maintaining flexibility to respond to shifting business demands."

Read the Full "Three Signs It’s Time to Transform Your Data Center" Story at Data Center Knowledge

Page 1 of 1


Comment and Contribute

Your name/nickname

Your email

(Maximum characters: 1200). You have characters left.