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Estado do item: Muito bom Ano de publicação: 2005
Formato: Capa dura Idioma: Inglês







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A comprehensive guide to designing and operating reliable server environments Keep your data center cool, clean, scalable, and secure Learn the five principles of effective data center design Avoid the natural and man-made hazards that can jeopardize a data center site Learn how to lay out key infrastructure objects within the data center for greatest efficiency, from buffer zones to server rows Apply proven installation methods by studying sample illustrations of both overhead and under-floor systems Extract the best practices and design strategies for both in-room and standby electrical infrastructure Avoid accidental downtime, improve productivity, and ensure user safety Safeguard and streamline your network infrastructure with a well-organized physical hierarchy Understand the special challenges of retrofitting overburdened server environments Implement solutions from a wide array of sample illustrations and examples of essential data center signage Safeguard servers with operations standards for people working in or visiting the data center Download templates used by Cisco to design its data centers, customizable to square footage and geography Avoid excess construction costs by designing a data center that meets your needs today and for many years to come All data centers are unique, but they all share the same mission: to protect your company’s valuable information. Build the Best Data Center Facility for Your Businessanswers your individual questions in one flexible step-by-step reference guide. Benefit from the author’s concise and practical approach to data center design and management. The author distills this complex topic by sharing his first-hand and worldwide experience and expertise. Regardless of your experience level, you can fill your knowledge gaps on how to safeguard your company’s valuable equipment and intellectual property. This easy-to-navigate book is divided into two parts: Part I covers data center design and physical infrastructure details, and Part II covers data center management and operations. You can also access supplementary online materials for installation instructions, which include customizable data center design templates, written cabling specifications, and sample drawings. If you need a starting point for designing your first data center, regardless of size; if you need to prepare yourself with comprehensive strategies to retrofit or improve an existing o’  or if you need proven methods to manage a data center for maximum productivity-this book is your readily accessible, comprehensive resource for answers and insights. Invest in the best future for your business by learning how to build and manage robust and productive data centers now. This book is part of the Networking Technology Series from Cisco Press&sb” which offers networking professionals valuable information for constructing efficient networks, understanding new technologies, and building successful careers. A comprehensive, step-by-step guide to designing and managing robust, flexible, and productive data centre facilities. Undertakes the major decisions involved in the design and construction of a data center facility. This book also provides instruction on how to effectively manage a data center so downtime is minimized, troubleshooting is easier, and the room’s infrastructure is maximized, allowing a company to get more from its financial investment.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 1587051826
ISBN-13 9781587051821
eBay Product ID (ePID) 45385620

Key Details
Author Douglas Alger
Number Of Pages 408 pages
Series Networking Technology
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 2005-06-16
Language English
Publisher Cisco Press
Publication Year 2005

Additional Details
Copyright Date 2005
Illustrated Yes

Weight 29.6 Oz
Height 1.1 In.
Width 7.6 In.
Length 9.3 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LC Classification Number HF5548.2
Dewey Decimal 658.05
Dewey Edition 22

Table Of Content
ForewordIntroductionPart I Designing the Data Center InfrastructureChapter 1 Approaching the Data Center ProjectUnderstanding the Value of Your Data CenterDeciding Whether to OutsourceDefining Requirements and RolesClient NeedsCross-Functional SupportArchitecting a Productive Data CenterMake It RobustMake It ModularMake It FlexibleStandardizePromote Good HabitsPreviewing Data Center ComponentsPhysical SpaceRaised FlooringIn-Room ElectricalStandby PowerCablingCoolingFire SuppressionOther Infrastructure ComponentsEstablishing Data Center Design CriteriaAvailabilityInfrastructure TiersOne Room or Several?Life SpanBudget DecisionsManaging a Data Center ProjectThe Design PackageWorking with ExpertsTips for a Successful ProjectSummaryChapter 2 Choosing an Optimal SiteAssessing Viable Locations for Your Data CenterBuilding Codes and the Data Center SiteSite Risk FactorsNatural DisastersPollutionElectromagnetic InterferenceVibrationPolitical ClimatesFlight PathsEvaluating Physical Attributes of the Data Center SiteRelative LocationAccessibilityDisaster Recovery OptionsPre-Existing InfrastructurePower AnalysisCooling CapabilitiesStructured CablingAmenities and ObstaclesClearancesWeight IssuesLoading DockFreight ElevatorsProblem AreasDistribution of Key SystemsConfirming Service Availability to the Data Center SitePrioritizing Needs for the Data Center SiteSummaryChapter 3 Quantifying Data Center SpaceSizing the Data CenterFinancial and Other Considerations When Sizing the Data CenterEmployee-Based Sizing MethodEquipment-Based Sizing MethodOther Influencing Factors When Sizing Your Data CenterDetermining Shape and Placement of Your Data CenterDesirable and Undesirable Spaces to Place Your Data CenterGrowth Paths for Your Data Center’s SpaceConsolidation Options for Your Data CenterStructure and Finishes of the Data CenterAssociated Data Center Support RoomsElectrical RoomNetworking RoomLoading DockBuild RoomStorage RoomOperations Command CenterBackup RoomMedia Storage AreaVendor Service AreasSummaryChapter 4 Laying Out the Data CenterDrawing Tools Available to Create Your Data Center LayoutThe Floor GridDefining Spaces for Physical Elements of Your Data CenterMechanical EquipmentPower Distribution UnitsAir HandlersFire Suppression TanksBuffer ZonesAislesEquipment RowsForm Versus FunctionSetting Row DimensionsNetworking RowsOrienting RowsWeight IssuesSeismic MitigationDealing with ObstaclesIrregular SpacesStructural ColumnsPipingSystem ControlsTelephonesCommon ProblemsThe Floor Grid Is Positioned IncorrectlyInfrastructure Items Are Installed BackwardsFloor Space Between Rows Is Too NarrowInfrastructure Items Are Uncoordinated or MisplacedSummaryChapter 5 Overhead or Under-Floor Installation?Overhead InstallationUnder-Floor InstallationSeparation of Power and DataPlenum and Non-Plenum SpacesCeiling ComponentsRaised Floor ComponentsFloor HeightRamps and LiftsWeight Bearing AbilityTypes of Floor TilesFloor Tiles and StaticTermination DetailsThe SubfloorCommon ProblemsTile Cut-outs Are

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