Where does all our data go?
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DESCRIPTIONWhere does all our data go?. An overview of the Data Centre industry. Presenters. Greg Sherry RCDD, NTS, WD, DCEP General Director, DC Professional Development OOO, Principal Consultant, DC168 Ltd. Teresa Vita Business Development Manager, DC Professional Development OOO. What is data ?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Data Centre Certified Technician
Where does all our data go?An overview of the Data Centre industry.
Greg Sherry RCDD, NTS, WD, DCEP
General Director, DC Professional Development OOO, Principal Consultant, DC168 Ltd.
Business Development Manager, DC Professional Development OOOPresenters
What is data ?At the heart of every computer there is a very simple fact, they only understand two states, on and off, represented by 1 and 0, and this is the data that we are talking about 1s and 0s
This switching between states is carried out by the electronic components within the device, primarily the processor, and the switches are called transistors.
It is the advances in the number of switches or transistors a processor can manage which has led to the huge growth in the computer industry.
From 2,300 transistors on Intels first processor to over 7,000,000,000 on some processors today.
Who creates data
How much Data is created
1Megabyte of Data for every 20 km travelled1,000,000 x 101010101Byte = 8 bits of data or 8 x 1 or 0
A 747 on a transatlantic flight will create 10TB of Data 10,000,000,000 x 10101010
There are 1000 747s flying everydayHow is it created, transmitted & stored
Where is this all done?
Data CentresCan require power in excessof 200MW, thats enough torun a city of 500,000 peopleThese facilities are often more than100,000 sq m in sizeAvailabilityEnergy EfficiencyReliabilityResilienceTo keep these facilities operating at their best, we need to gather data about them.Measuring and monitoring everything that happens in a data centre is the key to providing the services we use.What is important?
In todays world, just about everything we do generates data.
That data is stored in Data Centres
We totally rely on this information, so the facilities must be properly maintained and managed
Measuring and monitoring systems to gather facility data is at the heart of every Data CentreConclusion
Any QuestionsTereza VitaBusiness Development ManagerDC Professional Development