English | PDF,EPUB | 2017 | 290 Pages | ISBN : 3319650815 | 14.56 MB
This edited volume covers essential and recent development in the engineering and management of data centers. Data centers are complex systems requiring ongoing support, and their high value for keeping business continuity operations is crucial.
The book presents core topics on the planning, design, implementation, operation and control, and sustainability of a data center from a didactical and practitioner viewpoint. Chapters include:
Foundations of data centers: Key Concepts and Taxonomies
ITSDM: A Methodology for IT Services Design
Managing Risks on Data Centers through Dashboards
Risk Analysis in Data Center Disaster Recovery Plans
Best practices in Data Center Management Case: KIO Networks
QoS in NaaS (Network as a Service) using Software Defined Networking
Optimization of Data Center Fault-Tolerance Design
Energetic Data Centre Design Considering Energy Efficiency Improvements During Operation
Demand-side Flexibility and Supply-side Management: The Use Case of Data Centers and Energy Utilities
DevOps: Foundations and its Utilization in Data Centers
Sustainable and Resilient Network Infrastructure Design for Cloud Data Centres
Application Software in Cloud-Ready Data Centers
This book bridges the gap between academia and the industry, offering essential reading for practitioners in data centers, researchers in the area, and faculty teaching related courses on data centers. The book can be used as a complementary text for traditional courses on Computer Networks, as well as innovative courses on IT Architecture, IT Service Management, IT Operations, and Data Centers.