Monthly Archives: May 2012

Field Report: Uptime/451 Symposium was awe-inspiring…

I can hardly contain my excitement after attending Uptime/451’s latest Symposium held in Santa Clara,CA last week. You could ‘feel’ the energy at the conference. You could see the relationships being built; user to user, user to vendor, vendor to … Continue reading

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PUE: It got us all started but we now need Work-Per-Watt!

I was thrilled in 2008 when The Green Grid led the way to create the PUE metric in response to skyrocketting energy costs and the ensuing desire for granular usage stats. Prior to that time, there was very little interest and accordingly … Continue reading

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