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Autoryzowane szkolenia HPE > Data Center

Szkolenie: Certified Data Center Specialist (CDCS)

Kod: [HK259S]
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Wprowadzenie

This 3-day course is designed to bring participants tothe level of a suitable sparring partner with suppliers.They will be able to verify offers provided by vendors for correctness, effectiveness, and efficiency. CDCS is a must have certification for professional data center managers and personnel and is a prerequisite for individuals wishing to achieve the CDCE status.

Cel szkolenia

    After completion of the course, the attendee will be able to:
  • Understand the design life cycle of datacenters and the stages involved.
  • Discuss the data center requirements ingreat level of detail with vendors,suppliers, and contractors to ensure thatthese requirements are met.
  • Validate design plans, quotes, and offersproposed by vendors/contractors.
  • Understand redundancy levels forboth the data center design/setupand maintenance.
  • Understand the various buildingconsiderations such as bullet proofing,mitigation of seismic activity, fire ratings,and thermal stability.
  • Understand how to install a raisedfloor that meets requirements,avoiding misalignment, level differences,and leakage.
  • Understand how to read a Single LineElectrical Diagram to identify and avoidthe most common design issues.
  • Choose the correct UPS and parallelconfiguration, learn, and avoid classicparallel installation mistakes.
  • Understand how to calculate batterybanks, validate offered configurations toensure they meet requirements.
  • Understand what distance to keep to avoidEMF issues for human safety andequipment disturbances.
  • Understand the fundamental cooling setup,CFM, Delta-T and other important factors.
  • Understand contamination factorsand limitations.
  • Understand full details of fire suppressionoptions, how to calculate gas content andverify installations.
  • Understand how to measure data centerenergy efficiency and how to improve it.

Adresaci szkolenia

The primary audience for this course is an IT, facilities or data center operations professional working in and around the data center and having the responsibility to achieve and improve hi availability and manageability of the data center.

Participants must hold a valid CDCPcertificate (HK258S) in order to be able to register for the CDCS class.

Czas i forma szkolenia

21 godzin (3 dni x 7 godzin), w tym wykłady i warsztaty praktyczne.

Plan szkolenia

  1. Data center design/life cycle overview

    1. Overview of the phases of a data center life cycle
    2. Planning, re-alignment and continuous improvement
  2. Standards and rating level definitions

    1. Rating level history
    2. Difference between Uptime and TIA-942
    3. Rating level definitions
    4. Redundancy options (N+1), 2N, 2(N+1)
    5. Concurrent Maintainability/Compartmentalization
    6. Example configurations
    7. Substation and feed requirements
    8. Maintenance options
    9. Operational processes guidelines/Standards
    10. Skill development
  3. Building considerations

    1. Building location considerations
    2. Floor and hanging load requirements
    3. Fire rating for walls and glass
    4. Blast protection
    5. Bullet proofing
    6. Forced entry protection
  4. Advanced raised floor and suspended ceiling

    1. Raised floor installation guidelines
    2. Techniques to install a proper and leveled raised access floor
    3. Common mistakes
    4. Choosing the right tiles and their locations
    5. Seismic mitigating floor constructions
    6. Choosing the correct suspended ceiling
  5. Advanced power

    1. Power infrastructure layout
    2. Generators
    3. UPS systems
    4. Harmonic filters
    5. Battery banks
  6. Advanced electromagnetic fields

    1. Sources of EMF
    2. Differences between single, three phase and bus-bar EMF sources
    3. Options available to measure EMF and how to interpret the results from single-axes and composite measurements
    4. Guidance on safe distance for equipment and humans
    5. Calculation of EMF attenuation factor for shielding material permeability and saturation factors
  7. Advanced cooling

    1. Important definitions; dry-bulb, wet-bulb, dew-point, RH, sensible and latent heat
    2. Psychometric diagram and ASHRAE recommendations
    3. Environmental class definitions and thermal specifications
    4. Temperature/Humidity measurements guideline
    5. Heat dissipation methods
    6. Altitude impact on temperature intake to ICT equipment
    7. Floor plan setup for effective cooling
    8. Differences in tile surface and supporting structure, and their airflow performance impact
    9. Rack door construction and the flow performance impact
    10. Equipment Delta-T and its impact
    11. Optimizing airflow
    12. Thermal units conversions
    13. Calculations for air volume displacement (CFM/CMH)
    14. Cooling capacity calculations
    15. Air-conditioning selection
    16. De-humidifying/humidifying options
    17. Air-conditioning efficiency
    18. SHR impact on cost saving
    19. Efficiency indicator
    20. New cooling principle and techniques (Submerged, VSD/VRF/ECF/water- and air side economizers)
    21. Redundancy guidelines for air-conditioners avoiding classic misconceptions and mistakes formeeting ANSI/TIA-942 compliant designs
    22. Installation requirements
    23. Connections to fire panel and EPO
    24. Commissioning of air-conditioners
    25. Set points and calibration
    26. CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics)
  8. Advanced fire protection

    1. Fire triangle and elements to stop a fire
    2. Detection systems in detail (VESDA, VIEW, smoke sensors)
    3. Considerations for installation of sensors
    4. Proper testing of smoke sensors
    5. Water based systems i.e., deluge, wet-pipe, dry-pipe, pre-action and why most of them don’t work and how to detect this
    6. Details on inert, halocarbon systems and how to select the correct system for your data center
    7. How to calculate the gas content ensuring the appropriate level is installed to suppress the fire includingsafety considerations
    8. Other requirements for gas systems (release times, hold times, pipe install requirements, and other important factors)
    9. Requirements for the fire detection panel
    10. Installation verification, methods, what to check and how
    11. New advanced fire suppression technologies
  9. Design and install scalable networkingcabling system

    1. ANSI/TIA-942 cabling structure topology
    2. ToR, EoR Design
    3. Intelligent patching systems
    4. Installation best practice such as routing, bending radius, separation from power, containment fill ratio, fiber link loss calculator, bonding and grounding requirement
    5. Standard for telecommunications labeling and administration
  10. Environmental specifications andcontamination control

    1. Acoustic noise effects, regulations, specifications, and limits
    2. Data center contaminations and classifications
    3. Measurements, standards, and limits
    4. Preventive measures and avoidance
  11. Data center efficiency

    1. Business drivers to go Green
    2. High-availability or Green?
    3. Green guidelines and standards
    4. How to measure it and what are acceptable numbers compare to the general industry
    5. PUE classes defined by Green Grid and issues with PUE industry
    6. Techniques for saving energy in all parts of the data center i.e., application/system level, cooling, power distribution
  12. Mock exam

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