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Jurandir Primo, PE
This course is a basic introduction for Identification Datacenter and Safe Room, which is a section of the cabling technology that deals with the science that applies and develops identification and organization standards in the Datacenters and Safe Rooms.
This guide provides insight and direction for the proper identification of datacenter infrastructure.
The identification requirements of specific data center applications are addressed through the implementation of industry recognized best practices with recommended Standards solutions. Located throughout the datacenters are physical infrastructure components that support IT equipment providing essential services to critical business applications.
Any disruption of the physical infrastructure could cause interruption of business applications, resulting in lost revenue. Many of today’s physical infrastructure disruptions are caused by moves, adds, or changes within the environment. The advantage of a properly identified infrastructure is that system components can be quickly and accurately identified, so that the infrastructure and business services are immediately restored.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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