Data centres play a large role in the function of many businesses. If the data centre experiences any type of downtime, it could lead to significant losses for the company. To try and avoid this, many organizations choose to build resilience into their facilities at various levels, such as with the infrastructure and ICT layer. However, it’s possible to either under- or over-specify if recommendations from vendors, consultants, and public domain information are followed blindly. It’s often better to use a commonly accepted standard as the basis for the design and build principles.
Understanding the ANSI/TIA-942 standard is important for designing and operating a data center successfully. This three-day course will cover how to design a data center according to the ANSI/TIA-942 Standard, including different implementation options.
Introduction to Data Centre Facilities
About the ANSI/TIA-942
Data Centre Space Planning
Data Centre Topologies
Recommendations for Energy Efficiency
Building Security & Safety
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Building and Room Access
Room/Area Design Requirements
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The primary audience for this course are professionals involved with designing, building, maintaining and operating mission critical data centres and those who wish to attend the CTIA® (Certified TIA-942 Internal Auditor) course.