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Data Center World 2022

Data Center World delivers expert strategy and insight on the technologies and concepts you need to know to plan, manage, and optimize your data center. Data Center World 2022 educational conference programming is focused on the rapidly advancing data center technologies like edge computing, co-location, hyperscale, and predictive analytics - all within a rapidly changing global business climate -- in order to give attendees a leg up on their competitors to become the new trailblazers of the data center. Click on session titles for full session descriptions. All times noted are in CST (Austin, Texas time zone).

Alarming without Overwhelming: Best Practices to Drive Effective Response

William Grant  (Technical Program Manager, Casne Engineering)

Location: 6ABC

Date: Tuesday, March 29

Time: 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm

Pass type: All Access, Industry Conference, Standard - Get your pass now!

Track: Design, Build, Operate, Control

Session Type: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

Casne Engineering

Have you ever heard a data center operator say (or said yourself) "I get too many alarms!" or thought "I have too many different platforms to monitor (DCIM, EPMS, BMS etc)!" If you answered yes - then this is the right presentation for you.

This session will discuss best practices for alarm delivery, response management, and stakeholder engagement. We will discuss cross-industry examples of effective (and ineffective) alarm responses, and focus on the key attributes of what drives desired responses. The session will also address opportunities for multi-platform alarm unification, and approaches to minimize alarm inundation.


Audience Takeaways:
-Best practices for alarm delivery informed by cross-industry experience
-Strategies to cater alarms to drive optimal response from target audience
-Cross-platform alarm unification approaches for streamlined alarm delivery