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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).

Data Center Monitoring and Management Best Practices: How You Can Benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Lars Strong  (Senior Engineer, Upsite Technologies)

Tracy Collins  (Vice President of Americas, EkkoSense)

Location: 10AB

Date: Tuesday, March 29

Time: 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm

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

Track: Emerging Data Center Technologies

Session Type: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Upsite Technologies Inc.

As data centers have adapted to many changes over the past year, managing sites with limited on-site personnel has become a new challenge. Because of this, a renewed focus by data center managers has been placed on remote monitoring and management solutions to help ensure operations continue to run as efficiently as possible. And while legacy monitoring and DCIM solutions provide some resolve to this issue, ever-changing needs and requirements by data centers are driving much change and innovation in this segment of the industry. This session will examine the software solutions that are currently available to remotely monitor and manage data center operations, with an emphasis on the power and cooling infrastructure. We will also examine emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and virtual reality as well as new concepts like DMaaS, and discuss how they are changing the landscape of data center monitoring and management. This analysis will take many factors into consideration including, real-time thermal performance, airflow management, power consumption, risk mitigation, and cooling optimization.