February 23rd, 2017 • San Jose, CA
Join Raritan at the 2017 Teladata Technology Converged Conference.The TCC is a one-day educational conference where IT, Facilities, and Data Center professionals and executives come together to learn from each other in a unique collaborative setting.
March 14th - March 15th, 2017 • New York, NY
Come see Raritan at booth # 101 at DCD Enterprise New York!
As the IoT, Smart Cities, Big Data and Clouds drive the industry forward, DCD Enterprise is about not forgetting the engine. Join 1,750 professionals whose day job it is to keep the digital world up and running. From "mud to cloud", this event covers the full ecosystem for how enterprise data centers are being re-defined and how the economics of digital business, IT and data center service delivery is being re-shaped.
April 3rd - April 6th, 2017 • Los Angeles, CA
Sit Back. Relax. Let Raritan Manage Your Data Center.
Come see Raritan at booth # 643 at Data Center World Global and let your data center worries melt away. Learn about how our Power, KVM, and DCIM solutions can help manage your data center while also getting a relaxing massage.
Also at Data Center World Global, learn about the importance of power in your data center recovery plan from Kevin Longo, Sales Engineer at Raritan.
Session #: SEC3
Session Date and Time: 4/5/17 at 9:30am
Title: Data Center Disaster Recovery – Don’t forget about power
With a number of highly visible outrages that have shut done businesses, grounded thousands of planes, and caused havoc with commerce, data centers need to review their backup plans and infrastructures – and assess vulnerabilities – on a regular basis. As part of that process, they need to review power distribution. In one of the recent outages, for example, servers were inadvertently not wired to backup power.
This session will focus on achieving reliable electricity in data centers, best power management practices for DR, and how to monitor the power chain for issues. It also will review processes and tools that should be in place to resolve issues quickly before they become full-blown problems.