If you don’t know much about computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools, think of them like weather-maps for your data center. As part of our scientific approach to data center optimization and energy efficiency, TDS uses CFD tools to analyze a data center’s expected cooling capacity.
CFD (computational fluid dynamics) is the use of numerical modeling techniques to analyze and solve problems that involve fluids (including air). These tools provide full color visualizations of a data center environment and have emerged as a powerful analysis tool to help data center operators understand the airflow in a data center.
With today’s high energy costs, and the focus on “green” data centers, proper tuning of your cooling environment is critical. Do you have the right amount of cooling? Too much? Not enough? Is it located in the right places?
Are the cooling units working against each other in some cases? How much “free” cooling do you utilize from outside airflow?
All these questions and more can be addressed by our Data Center Optimization Team of experts.
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CIO & CTO’s find themselves trying to get out of a traditional data center due to underutilized resources, expensive contracts, and to reduce their IT costs
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Making decisions using data that is pieced together through a combination of spreadsheets, data exports, and email messages doesn’t provide project teams with a comprehensive understanding of compliance, security and other business requirements. That’s why TDS enhanced its rules engine, making it easy to write simple scripts that apply business rules to data, ensuring that the results will be aligned with business goals.
We continue to evolve TransitionManager’s capabilities, focusing first on what problem we are trying to solve for the customer. For enterprise architects and cloud professionals, finding the right information and leveraging the variety of tools available to plan and manage IT transformation projects is challenging and complex.