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The Right Way and the Wrong Way to Address DCOI

Originally published to LinkedIn PULSE,

symmetrical futuristic modern server room in the data center withEarlier this month, the federal government put some real teeth into the mandate to improve efficiency and reduce waste within the massive network of government-owned data centers. By September of 2018, government agencies must take concrete steps to monitor their power-intensive infrastructure and implement energy improvement solutions if they wish to continue operating their own data centers. The Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) will drive many data center managers to close inefficient sites, and others to move aggressively to the cloud. The balance will either enhance their own sites, migrate into shared space, or outsource data center services to commercial colocation providers. (more…)

Compu Dynamics White Paper Examines the Optimization of Government and Enterprise Data Center Environments

Originally published to LinkedIn PULSE,

^FFB9A43B5B906FDC3E29F1EC95A971F615338AB2AA0C01FDD4^pimgpsh_fullsize_distrGiven the widespread adoption of cloud computing, the explosive growth of Over-the-Top (OTT) content and the increased use of virtualization in both federal and large enterprise networks’ compute and storage infrastructure, government-run facilities, enterprise data centers as well as colocation and cloud computing environments have become singularly focused on reducing waste in their IT infrastructure and underlying platforms.

In a white paper titled, “Essential Elements for Data Center Optimization: What Every Government and Enterprise Facility Operator Should Know,” Dan Ephraim, Director of Sales and Marketing at Compu Dynamics, explores solutions for data center optimization in light of new federal regulations, as well as best practices for increasing both government and enterprise facilities’ efficiency and performance. Providing a comprehensive overview of the proven methodologies facility operators can adopt to minimize risk and capture the full potential of their data center deployment, the white paper also examines recent federal regulations, including the Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI), which mandates the planning and ongoing measurement of progress toward energy efficient IT operations. (more…)

Compu Dynamics Releases White Paper

‘Essential Elements for Data Center Optimization’ Offers Methodologies to Minimize Risk and Capture the Full Value of a Data Center Deployment

Sterling, Va., August 2, 2016 – Compu Dynamics, a provider of mission-critical electrical and mechanical services for data center and commercial properties, today announces the release of a white paper, “Essential Elements for Data Center Optimization: What Every Government and Enterprise Facility Operator Should Know.”  The white paper provides proven methodologies for data center operators in the public and private sectors to minimize risk and capture the full value of their data center deployments. (more…)

The Rise of On-Premise Network Centers

Originally posted on LinkedIn Pulse, By Stephen B. Altizer, President, Compu Dynamics

network cables connected to switchWe’re in the midst of a very significant phase change in the data center industry. As someone on the front lines, I find it truly fascinating to witness. Unlike major shifts of the past, advancements in technology are transforming data centers much more quickly. You can actually see trends altering the course of history if you’re paying close enough attention.
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Don’t Sleep On Northern Virginia: Prince William County is Data Center Ready

Originally posted on LinkedIn Pulse, By Dan Ephraim, Director of Sales and Marketing, Compu Dynamics

When it comes to determining a location for new data center builds, organizations have multiple considerations to keep top-of-mind in order to ensure successful site planning, development and design. Northern Virginia, particularly Loudoun County, is one of the most highly sought-after regions for data center construction, tax incentives, a robust ecosystem of cloud providers, unprecedented connectivity via a world-class fiber network, and readily available access to reliable power and water sources, in addition to a highly trained IT workforce. (more…)