Bottom-Up Data Center Power Management

Provided by Server Technology

Category Servers

Type White Paper

Length 11

Publish Date June 16 2016

Date posted June 30 2016


It has been said for years that you can’t improve what you don’t measure. It is important to know when a newer more efficient device should replace the older one on a performance per watt basis. With the cost of power visible to the responsible departments, or even explicitly charged to the budget of those departments, the timely retirement of that equipment can improve efficiency as well. This white paper from Server Technology looks at why outlet switching and outlet-level power measurements are critical for the modern data center goals of complete management of devices, growth, and efficiency.



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