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Determining the Power, Cooling, and Space Capacities when Consolidating Data Centers


Article Type: White Paper          Published: 10-2013         Views: 1776   

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When preparing for a data centre consolidation project, there are steps that need to be taken in order to make good judgments about how much can be consolidated and which sites make the most sense for becoming receiving data centres. This paper specifically addresses facility power, cooling, and the physical space.

When planning the consolidation of multiple data centers into existing data center(s), it is often difficult to establish the various capacities and capabilities of each site’s physical infrastructure. This information is a key input to deciding which site(s) will become the "receiving" data center(s). This paper describes how to specify these requirements in standard terms and how to establish current conditions and future capabilities of each data center involved in a consolidation project.

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