Enterprise Data Center Design and Methodology

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Sun Microsystems Press, 2002 - Computers - 197 pages
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Enterprise Data Center Design and Methodology is the practical, start-to-finish guide to data center design and retrofitting. It introduces a scalable, modular methodology for designing data centers of any size and capability, and breakthrough techniques for accurate capacity planning. Sun Enterprise Architect Rob Snevely offers realistic solutions for every facet of planning and implementation, including site selection, network connectivity and infrastructure, environmental considerations, building codes, construction, and hazard avoidance.

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Rob Snevely is an Enterprise Architect at Sun Microsystems, working in the Quality Engineering and Deployment organization. He has over 14 years' experience working with large-scale UNIX systems in data center environments and is responsible for data center architecture for all of the Enterprise Technology Centers at Sun. Since coming to work for Sun in 1990 as a system administrator, he has been involved with network and system performance and large scale system engineering. His liberal arts background in theatre, art history, and fashion design augment his practical and pragmatic methods for designing data centers.

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