It's inevitable. Older infrastructure equipment will eventually become too costly to operate, maintain and repair. More important than the cost considerations, aging UPS and CRAC units can threaten infrastructure reliability and system availability.
Here is a plan you can follow about all of the unused IT equipment:
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Here are five data center management tips:
What are some key datacenter trends for 2014?
Emerson-Ponemon Institute published a report “2013 Cost of Data Center Outages” of more than 450 U.S.-based data centers with the following results:
Today’s data center supports more critical, interdependent devices and IT systems. Gaining control of the infrastructure environment leads to an optimized data center that improves system availability and energy efficiency. DCIM platforms provide data center managers with real-time, contextual, prioritized information that bridges the physical (equipment) and IT (applications) layers of the data center infrastructure.
Here are a few strategies to consider as you are preparing your data center for 2014:
There is a rapidly growing demand for infrastructure and facilities. Worldwide spending on data center services by small and medium businesses is expected to grow by 18.39% in the coming year.