CPD Credit: 7 hours, C1/C2
- How server power supplies and rack power components are specified
- How rack power architecture affects the Cost of Ownership
- How rack power architecture affects the availability (uptime) of the services it supports
- How to analyse and measure trade - offs between different architectures.
The course is set out in 11 modules as follows:
- Brief overview of data centre power consumption trends
- Key IT Power Metrics - definitions and practicalities
- Data Centre IT Rack Overview
- Power Architectures of key load elements (Servers, Storage, Networking)
- Evolution of Rack Power Architecture (AC-DC, Distribution, UPS etc)
- 12 Volt versus 48 Volt systems
- Rack to Data Centre Interface (PDU, Rectifier Shelf, Power Stip)
- Data Centre Tier Levels (and what this means for Rack Power)
- Servicing, Telemetry, Control
- Analysing Trade - offs
- Future Technology Considerations
Who Should Attend?
Data Centre operators, service providers, equipment buyers, managers and service personnel.
Anyone seeking to better understand cloud hardware architecture and how the choice of different rack power architectures can significantly affect uptime and running costs.
Neil O’Sullivan is a Chartered Engineer with over 25 years of experience working for Silicon Valley hi-tech companies. He has worked with Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems and most recently with Google. As the Technical Lead/Manager of the Data Centre Power Team he was responsible for delivering all of Google’s data centre IT hardware power needs. In this role he led the development of server, storage and networking deployment vehicles including Google’s initial engagement with Open Compute at which he presented their 48v Rack and Server power architecture. He recently returned to Ireland and now runs a small engineering consultancy business. He holds a PhD in Electromagnetics from the University of Limerick.
Please contact the Team for further information on scheduled course dates and In-Company options. You can reach us by phone: 01 665 1305 or email email@example.com