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The World Standard Training ProgramDCPROPT. Niscom Data SolusiMay, 2016


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DataCenterDynamics provides worldwide best practice training program, DCPRO (Data Center Professional Development), for Data Center folks.

The program is originally from UK and you are able to learn the latest world standard technical skills of Data Center.5 reasons to choose our coursesCourses aligned to international standardsExpert instructors with over 10 years experienceInteractive learning experienceBlended learning solutions (classroom and online)Specialist career progression tracks for advanced learning

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LEVEL 1Data Center Design AwarenessLEVEL 2Energy Efficiency Best Practice Data Center Storage & Data ProfessionalLEVEL 3Data center Computing Professional Data Center Cooling ProfessionalLEVEL 3Data center Power ProfessionalEnergy & Cost ManagerLEVEL 3Critical Operations Professional14H14H21H21H21H21H21H21H

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DCDA (Data Center Design Awareness)

Learn the key elements that influence the design of the modern data center. From site selection to cabling infrastructure, this course focuses on the key skills required to understand the design concepts and interdependencies associated with each discipline.

Course Content :Data Center Evolution Facility ClassificationSite Selection Architectural DesignRaised FloorRoom LayoutInfrastructure ConnectivityIT Architecture and Network DesignCooling Systems and Environmental ControlFire Systems

Professional Development Hrs14Exam1 hour, open bookPre-requisitesNoneSuggested ProgressionEnergy Efficiency

3Who should attend :Data Center OperatorOEM SupplierSales EngineerProject ManagerFacilities ManagerJune 13, 14 Jakarta class

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DCDA - Course Content -

4Data Center EvolutionTechnology advancesTodays challengesRelevant industry bodiesCurrent standards and regulationsKey definitions and metrics

Facility ClassificationMarket trends, regulations and design impactBalancing IT capacity and efficiencyDesign and project processCritical classifications Uptime Institute, TIA, BICSCIAvailability and the impact of downtimeBusiness needs assessment TCO and ROIData center options enterprise, colo, MSP, wholesale

Site SelectionSite adjacency standards and recommendationsAvailability of water, power, telco, gas and airGeographical influences and recommendationsFuture Thinking PUE, environment, modularit

Architectural DesignExternal shell materials, solar gain, engineeringSpace considerations computer room layout, support areas and external spaceStructural specifications floor, ceiling and wallTraditional build vs modular optionsIT Architecture and Network DesignServers pizza box vs chassis vs blade and next gen.Storage DAS vs NAS vs SAN, RAID, clustering, disk drives, table libraries, solid state and storage managementCommunications aggregation, edge and core switches, routers, resilienceVirtualisation, FcoEImpact of speed on design 1/10/40/100/400GDesigning today to meet tomorrows challenges

Cooling Systems and Environmental ControlCooling fundamentals and definitionsCooling options CRAC, CRAH, DX, refrigerants, aid and water system advantages and disadvantagesASHRAE limits recommended A1 to A4Design considerations, legacy, hot/cold aisle, containmentSystem efficiency bypass, recirculation, static pressure, thermal capacity, free cooling, air/water economization, rotary and static heat exchangers, CHP, zero refrigeration

Fire SystemsFire Regulations & rating systemsFire prevention compartment & barrier designFire detection & warning smoke, heat, flame detection systems, fire panelsFire suppression systems wet & dry pipe, water mist, inert & synthetic gas, CO2, hypoxicSystem design considerationsRaised FloorFloor loadings concentrated, uniform, rollingDesign and construction considerationsAir grill tiles open space vs flow ratesRamp design location, heights and inclinesCutting tiles best practices, sealing gapsManaging zinc whiskers and other contaminants

Room LayoutEquipment considerationsIT cabinet typesHot aisle/cold aisle configurationNon-standard equipment considerations

Infrastructure ConnectivityCopper shielded and unshielded cables, connectors, categories, bandwidth, distances, fire ratingFiber single and multimode cable, simplex and array connectors, bandwidth, distance, loss, operational costsCable location and containment best practice, space allocation, overhead vs underfloorConnectivity design options EoR, ToR, no. of connections, resilience N, N+1, 2NFuture developments

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5Professional Instructors

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Instructor in Jakarta

Derek WilliamConsulting Engineer

After the successful completion of an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from Auckland University, Derek William worked for several years as consultant in Auckland and London before relocating to Singapore in 1995, with Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner.

He is a founding partner of TW International Counsel Pte Ltd (TWin) formed in 2000, with a specific focus on Mission Critical projects (for investment banks and data centers).

Based in Singapore, TWin has undertaken projects throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

Recently, Derek has had key roles in the design and implementation of new data centers in Singapore, including those that have achieved LEED Gold status.

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Date: 13th 14th JUNE 2016


Venue: TBA

Price: $1,950 USD (tax-excluded)*Early bird (until 5/31) & Volume discount available

Apply/Inquiry: Contact us global_info@niscom.co.jpCourse Summary

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