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Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
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Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management

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Today’s data center supports more critical, interdependent devices and IT systems in higher density environments than ever before. This fact has increased the complexity of data center operations – and created the need for more sophisticated and automated approaches to IT infrastructure management. Gaining control of the infrastructure environment leads to an optimized data center that improves availability and energy efficiency, extends equipment life, proactively manages the inventory and capacity of the IT operation, increases the effectiveness of staff and decreases the consumption of resources. Join us, to discover the latest infrastructure management strategies for improving IT infrastructure performance and uptime.

For more information, visit http://www.EmersonNetworkPower.com

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  • …within my critical infrastructure.
  • …help you get tighter management and control of it.
  • …difficult to juggle, as I’m sure you’re all aware.
  • ….because every data center is gonna be unique.
  • … in real time, how my data center is performing.
  • … necessary task to get real control of your data center.
  • … we’ll talk more about that in a little bit here.
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    • 1.
    • 2. Critical Systems Monitoring: Innovative Strategies for Effective Infrastructure Management
    • 3. Emerson Network Power: The global leader in enabling Business-Critical Continuity
      Emerson Technologies
    • Emerson Network Power –An organization with established customers
    • 16. Presentation topics
      Emerson Network Power overview
      “Improving Availability, Capacity Management and Energy Efficiency Through Integrated Monitoring and Management,” Matt Zieg, Manager, Product Marketing, Liebert Monitoring , Emerson Network Power
      Question and Answer session
    • 17. Matt Zieg
      Manager, Product Marketing
      Liebert Monitoring
      Emerson Network Power
      © 2010 Emerson Network Power
    • 18. Agenda
      • The growing importance of monitoring and management
      • 19. Improving availability by increasing MTBF and decreasing MTTR
      • 20. Enabling effective capacity management
      • 21. Enhancing efficiency to reduce costs
    • Top data center issues
      Source: Data Center Users’ Group
    • 22. Today’s data center
      • Businesses use IT as a source of competitive advantage
      • 23. IT demand outpacing supply
      • 24. High density zones of 10 kW or more per rack
      • 25. “Right sized” spaces
      • 26. Higher turns of technology
      • 27. Need for higher IT utilization leading to virtualization and cloud computing initiatives
      • 28. Higher consideration for efficiency
      • 29. Pressure to react to business and IT needs while maintaining availability
    • Pressures driving the need for improved
      planning and decision-making
      External forces changing the business climate
      Geographic
      Economic
      New technologies: virtualization, cloud
      Interdependent applications and functions
      Consolidation
      Reduced costs and staff
      Efficiency and
      green initiatives
      Higher densities
      Business and technology forces pressing on the
      data center
      Business and technology forces pressing on the
      data center
      Higher end-user demand
      Convergence
      Competitive
      Regulatory
    • 30. What is infrastructure management?
      An integrated set of tools, products and services that help data center managers manage change and complexity while controlling cost and optimizing performance.
      Data Center Services
      Assessment Services
      Remote Management
      System management,
      planning, process
      Management
      Software
      Data acquisition, trending,
      and alarm management
      Monitoring Software
      Communication and Sensor
      Devices
      Sensors
      IT
      Infrastructure
      Critical
      Infrastructure
      Data Center Infrastructure
    • 31. Data collection is critical to infrastructure management
      UPS
      Battery system
      Cooling
      Leak detection
      Backup generator
      Surge protection
      Switchgear
      Pumps and chillers
      Power distribution / branch circuit
    • 32. Assessments provide a baseline andidentify areas for improvement
      • Identifies site-specific requirements
      • 33. Identifies unwanted hot spots which degrade equipment and data
      • 34. Reduces operating costs and the likelihood of equipment failure and downtime
      • 35. Facilitates data center capacity planning
      • 36. Provides actionable information
    • Assessment case study
      Before:
      • Computer networking organization
      • 37. Data center
      • 38. 9,300 sq. ft.
      • 39. More than 3 MVA power
      • 40. Mixed-use building
      • 41. 73% space savings
      • 42. Added new high density cooling zone
      • 43. Added variable speed fans in air handlers
      • 44. 18% energy savings
      After:
      Under-floor
      Partition
      High-Density
      Zone
    • 45. To view this Webcast in its entirety, visit: http://w.on24.com/r.htm?e=191895&s=1&k=0540D46E27ED44C0F0D462061639DB34&partnerref=SlideShare

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