Carbon Footprint (CO2)
Minimizing the environmental impact all comes down to infrastructure agility, space, power, cooling and the challenges of efficiency without impacting operations. Optimization of power usage efficiency (PUE) means if managed and controlled their is less carbon footprint. This is mandatory and is a major part of the journey of resiliency, density and effectiveness.
iPulseTM facilitates load-balancing and instantaneous provisioning
Balancing of hardware in-flight – required resources are idle (off) or active (on), as Data Center application workloads fluctuate. The appliance configurations are based upon application workload demands that react to new business climate changes in seconds, while balancing the hardware power management and the utilization via a round-robin approach to increase the life of the ecosystem and improve MTBF ratios a self-healing approach to the SDDC.
Is in every aspect of the software IPulse OS and the FEA architecture to minimize the environmental impact of space, power and the challenges of cooling. The elimination of the HOT|COLD aisles, the compressing of the Data Center density and the obtaining the most green hardware on the market drives the efficiencies in the journey of resiliency, density and effectiveness is the management and control to achieve a low carbon footprint.
The Global Data Centers Impact on the Environment. … “Seventeen (17%) of the total carbon footprint caused by technology is due to data centers. The electricity that is needed to run these data centers is nearly 30 billion watts. These servers waste 90 percent of the energy they use because they run on full capacity all day long, rack density is non-optimized and hot/cold aisles are required to prevent infrastructure failure rates.”