This Spring Has A Lot Going For It
Discussions on data center design, monitoring solutions, low PUEs, and warmer temperatures: what’s not to like?
This issue we are looking at data center design, lowering PUE, and monitoring solutions and we have a great lineup. Peter Panfil of Emerson returns to our pages to write about power and management best practices for data center design. Tanuj Khandelwal of ETAP writes about using tools and metrics, like PUE, to maximize data center efficiency. We have two articles on automation. Carlos Petty of the Syska Hennessy Group joins us to talk about using a BMS/PLC network design approach for data centers while Carlos Beasty talks about automating IT within the data center using an architectural approach. And rounding out the features is Patricia Matwijec of Eaton who writes about harmonics in the data center.
But that is not all. We have two guest columnists this month. Peter White of GlassHouse writes about the challenge colocation service providers face and what to look for when choosing a colocation provider, and Mark Hirst from Cannon Technologies writes about protecting your data center from thermal runaway.
And, of course, we have our regular great lineup of columnists to provide you with the latest trends and topics in the data center world.