- Data Center Power Costs: Standard Requirements
Data Center Power Costs Standard Requirements
- Has a Green Grid made progress in developing a unified productivity metric which measures overall productivity of our data center, not just its energy efficiency?
- Can the potential risks and expenses associated with using DC power in a data center be mitigated enough to make DC a truly viable data center power choice?
- As a consumer of data center equipment, how likely would a utility incentive program be in persuading you to purchase more efficient data center equipment?
- Have you ever had cooling problems due to lack of cooling capacity (indicated by not meeting the desired supply air or chilled water temperature setpoint)?
- Is economization (use of 100% outside air during low temperature periods to offset compressor based cooling operation) utilized for your data center?
- Are you standardized on external networked storage (FC/iSCSI/NAS) or do you have workloads that require only minimal levels of local storage?
- When purchasing new equipment, are server options similar enough that energy cost could become a component of the selection decision?
- Are CRAC (Computer Room Air Conditioner _ stand-alone fan coil or split systems) units or air handlers utilized for the data center?
- Do non-load considerations, such as marketing or redundancy beyond N+1, dictate electrical infrastructure and HVAC equipment sizing?
- Would you be more interested in purchasing a power supply with higher efficiency if an incentive was offered by the local utility?
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- Recognize Criterion: Have you identified your Data Center Power Costs key performance indicators?
- Define Criterion: Has your facilitys electrical supply system ever been fully loaded (i.e. additional transformer capacity required)?
- Measure Criterion: The approach of traditional Data Center Power Costs works for detail complexity but is focused on a systematic approach rather than an understanding of the nature of systems themselves. what approach will permit us to deal with the kind of unpredictable emergent behaviors that dynamic complexity can introduce?
- Analyze Criterion: What other organizational variables, such as reward systems or communication systems, affect the performance of this Data Center Power Costs process?
- Improve Criterion: Who are the people involved in developing and implementing Data Center Power Costs?
- Control Criterion: Do we monitor the Data Center Power Costs decisions made and fine tune them as they evolve?
- Sustain Criterion: Is there a limit on the number of users in Data Center Power Costs ?
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