Making Data Centers Green - and Reliable
Thursday, April 21, 2011 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Energy is at the heart of an ongoing effort to make data centers greener. But those initiatives must incorporate strategies that ensure reliability, enhance redundancy and keep operating costs under control.
This webcast provides not only an overview of the necessary considerations in developing high-availability-- and green -- facility infrastructures, but also addresses the role of short- and long-term sustainability planning and its impact upon data center financial liabilities. Learn about emerging trends, options and alternatives in data center development, and get updated information regarding LEED requirements as well as local, regional and national regulations that will affect the future of data center design, construction and operations.
Key takeaways from this webcast include:
Identifying data center green initiatives
Understanding reliability vs. redundancy vs. uptime
Clarifying the role of LEED in data centers
Learning the cost impacts and trends in greening data centers
Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEU's for this program.
Invite all your co-workers — it's FREE!
Register now while space is still available.