In response to the rising challenges facing
data centre operators, owners, systems designers, equipment
manufacturers and customers the European Commission have introduced
the Code of Conduct for Energy Efficiency in Data Centres.
The Code aims to raise awareness of the issues and opportunities
and to recommend best practice solutions. We introduces the
Code, the benefits it brings, the levels of commitment required,
the technical background to the best practices, data collection
and reporting together with real examples.
This 2-day training seminar enables individuals
working in data centres to improve cost and energy efficiency.
The ongoing development of the Code encompasses topics associated
with new data centre planning and development, and the tuning
and operation of existing facilities. Service providers and
equipment manufacturers will take a particular interest as
the Code takes into account the full range of technologies
used in the data centre environment and its impact in how
procurement decisions are made.
The whole syllabus and examination are accredited
by British Computer Socity (BCS, www.bcs.org.uk) which contributes
to Intermediate Certificate in EU Code of Conduct on Data
Schedule & Online Registration
IT, Project and Facilities Managers, Designers,
Consultants, etc. who are responsible for highly critical
systems, like the UPS and CRAC systems, etc., in Data Centre
and IT equipments are suitable to attend.
Should you have any enquiries, please feel free
contact us at (852) 2117 3893.