8 Dec

Design. Build. Operate

Key topics:


It is common knowledge that the Chinese data centre industry is growing at a breakneck rate driven by regulatory pressure in the financial sector and demand for white space from cloud and Internet businesses in a country that has a vibrant domestic online economy. Based on the findings from our recent DatacenterDynamics Industry Census we now know the extent of this growth. With an expected 45.5% increase in power consumption and a 23% increase in the number of new racks over the next 12 months, the pressure to improve efficiency in the data centre will only increase.

The 2011 DatacenterDynamics Beijing conference will bring together leading figures in the sector to address the many challenges of an industry experiencing unprecedented growth. Furthermore, China represents a market that, unlike most other countries, is evenly distributed from small to multinational players and in-house to stand alone outsourcing data centre operators. Through case studies, presentations and interactive discussions, the latest technologies, developments and their relevance for business requirements will be explored 
in combination with the three themes outlined below. This will provide end users with an informed discussion of the interaction of IT Optimisation and its impact on data centre infrastructure. At DatacenterDynamics technologists will set out how enterprises can retain direct control of infrastructure assets with the adoption of the latest DCIM tools and IT advances to maximize bottom-line performance

Design, Build, Operate

From site selection and construction through to cooling and power availability, and data centre automation, Design, Build, Operate sessions at DatacenterDynamics are must attend for any organisation intending to build a data centre or running existing facilities.

Not too long ago data centre facilities were designed for constant loads and steady availability, now they are dynamic. The transition from single tier, to multi tier to dynamic tier. Application, hardware and physical infrastructure are following this rule: from servers that power down, to distributed applications, even to variable frequency drive fans. DCIM tools hold out the promise of monitoring in an holistic way the IT and facility infrastructure to enable the dynamic data centre.

The focus now is on scalable and modular data centre design to reduce energy consumption. DatacenterDynamics  will demonstrate how to plan for and build data centres , taking into account all the component parts and their configuration.

Outsourcing Decisions
Depending on the size of the enterprise, outsourcing is rarely an all or nothing proposition. The challenge for CIOs, CTOs and data centre management is to decide what it makes sense to outsource and what is so strategic that you must keep it in house, and how to optimise the management of owned data centre infrastructure with capabilities that are in the cloud, at a collocation provider, or with a managed services operation.
Ultimately, the optimal solution for an in-house and outsourced data centre services mix is a function of likely utilisation rates of servers required to run applications, the capital cost of hardware and infrastructure, and the mission-critical nature of data storage, processing and dissemination. Any decision to outsource will require an analysis of the contractual obligations offered by third party providers in their service level agreements.
IT Optimisation

Enterprises continually need to evaluate their data centre requirements and decide on how best to accommodate growth and the changing way in which business operates and uses IT. The efficiency of the facility is only half the equation – optimising all the systems that run within it is crucial, from processing to storage to network to application.  

Securing improved IT Optimisation, for example with virtualisation or a private cloud, can help data centre and IT management determine the need for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-service (PaaS), or Software-as-a-service (SaaS). IT Optimisation themed sessions will provide insight on how IT needs drive data centre strategy and how best to deliver the required infrastructure. 


Who should attend?


DatacenterDynamics Mumbai is specifically designed to fill the knowledge and networking needs for both those responsible for the design, build an operation of IT facilities as well as key IT decision makers responsible for strategic decisions regarding capacity planning and technology investment.

  • Chief Information and Technology Officers
  • Datacenter Facilities Managers and EngineersInformation Technology and Infrastructure Managers
  • Network, Cabling and Communication Engineers and Integrators
  • Architects, Design Build Consultants, and MEP Professionals
  • Datacenter, Commercial Office Space and Operations Staff
  • NOC, SOC and DOC Staff and Managers
  • Server, Storage and Application Administrators
  • C-level executives (Chief Executive Officer / Chief Information Officer / Chief Operating Officer / Chief Financial Officer / Chief Technology Officer)
  • Data Centre Managers and Directors
  • Data Centre Project Managers
  • IT DirectorsIT Project Managers
  • Infrastructure Directors
  • IT Consultants
  • Data Centre Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Finance Directors & Managers





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