Every minute we generate data to work, entertainment or to stay in touch. With the ongoing pandemic affecting the world’s population, Data Centers have been recognized to be the backbone of our digital life. These facilities must be available 24x7 by design and automation plays a pivotal role to control and command field devices without human intervention.
This webinar will describe how the definition of automation has widened to the IT domain and will illustrate what are the typical applications implemented by Siemens. At the end we will emphasize the role of infrastructure management software to achieve more advanced levels of data center effectiveness and the raising adoption of Analytics to improve serviceability.
- Introduction to the automation in data centers
- HVAC & Power automation
- IT power management
- Role of analytics
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