Next month, Uptime Institute Network North America members will convene on the Ritz Carlton in Atlanta, GA to share best practices, tour world class data centers and interact with industry thought leaders. This annual conference gathers an elite group of data center operations professionals in a confidential, private setting.
Topics covered at this year’s event include:
• New analysis of the Uptime Institute Abnormal Incident Reporting database
• EPA Tier4 Emissions regulations for stationary, non-emergency generators
• Modular data center deployment
• Heat/airflow containment technology
• Disaster recovery planning
• Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) implementation
• UPS and cooling system designs
• Data center maintenance best practices
• IT product evaluations across server, storage, and networking systems
• Data center capacity planning
• Data center training and skills.
The Uptime Institute formed the Uptime Institute Network in 1993 to directly address and resolve issues affecting continuous site infrastructure availability. The Network’s mission is to identify, quantify, and improve infrastructure availability by facilitating information exchange among members, as well as between members and the Institute’s faculty of industry experts. The Network (North America, Europe, Middle East, & Africa [EMEA], Asia Pacific [APAC] and Brasil) are a consortium of member companies responsible for the most critical data centers worldwide. Through unique member-driven collaborative learning, members of the Network have steadily achieved higher levels of availability.
Click here for more information on joining the Uptime Institute Network. Or contact Anton Hios, Vice President, Global Director Uptime Institute Network +1-212-991-6298 email@example.com for more information on the Network or the meeting.