Online SVD toolkit is a perfection of 30-months of RD bid and will be denounced during a Data Centre World (DCW) show, London
London, UK, 25th Feb 2014 – CoolEmAll is announcing a final antecedent program toolkit and other resources to assistance urge a potency and sustainability of information centres during Data Centre World (DCW), 26th and 27th February, Excel London.
CoolEmAll’s web-based, open source Simulation, Visualisation and Decision Support Toolkit (CoolEmAll SVD Toolkit) enables information centre designers, operators and record suppliers to pattern and work some-more energy-efficient comforts and equipment.
The toolkit does this by simulating a formidable interactions between IT hardware, program (applications and workloads) and power/cooling systems within information centres. The final chronicle of a toolkit will be strictly expelled in Mar 2014.
As good as a mount (G07) during Data Centre World, dual CoolEmAll member will be explaining a value of a collection in a session titled: Optimizing information centre appetite potency regulating CoolEmAll make-believe collection on Wednesday 26th Feb during 3pm to 3.30 pm including a QA. The event presenters are Ariel Oleksiak of Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre and Andrew Donoghue, European investigate manager, Datacenter Technologies, 451 Research.
“This final antecedent is a perfection of scarcely 3 years of RD by mechanism scientists, information centre experts, appetite researchers and industry. We have introduced new comforts that make it easier to indication information centre operations and know how to make comforts some-more fit formed on a applications and workloads they support,” pronounced Andrew Donoghue, European investigate manager, 451 Research (part of a CoolEmAll consortium).
The integrated SVD Toolkit, accessible around a web-based interface, is able of simulating new and existent comforts holding into comment factors such as focus profiles, hardware characteristics, government policies and feverishness transfer.
The infancy of a SVD Toolkit is giveaway to entrance (under open source licenses) and download from a CoolEmAll website.
The SVD Toolkit sub-tools are:
o Enables a constraint of focus characteristics and a modelling of a impact that specific applications have on appetite use of servers
o Used to build and determine hardware (servers) appetite models
o Enables information centre models (from server components, to servers, to information centre halls) to be built and extrinsic into simulations.
o Provides formula on how specific government policies, hardware configurations, power of workloads or focus forms impact a altogether appetite expenditure of a information centre
o Uses Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to copy airflow and heat-transfer poise for several information centre configurations and environmental-conditions.
o Responsible for a comment of a energy-efficiency and heat-efficiency of a trickery formed on common metrics as good as novel ones due by CoolEmAll.
o A web-based graphical user interface that includes 3D visualization and minute dashboards.
CoolEmAll is a European Commission saved investigate project, begun in 2011, into information centre appetite potency – an emanate that European authorities see as a pivotal partial of a Europe 2020 plan to foster appetite potency opposite a region.
The 7 members of a CoolEmAll consortium are Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre (PSNC), The Toulouse Computer Science Research Institute (IRIT), High Performance Computing Centre University of Stuttgart (HLRS), The Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC), Atos, 451 Research and Christmann Informationstechnik.
The CoolEmAll consortium grown a SVD Toolkit in tighten partnership with an advisory house of educational and industrial partners: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), INRIA (The French Institute for Research in Computer Science), University of Leeds, University of Notre Dame, University of Passau, CA Technologies, Carbon3IT, Future Facilities, Future-Tech, Norland Managed Service, Racktivity, TSO Logic and Uptime Institute.
For serve information, greatfully contact:
Project coordinator: Ariel Oleksiak (email@example.com) Tel: +48 61 858 2169
Head of distribution and exploitation: Andrew Donoghue (Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org) Tel: +36 70 575 5765
Media and researcher queries: Rachel Postlethwaite (email@example.com ) Tel. +44 7949 883636
CoolEmAll (INFSO-ICT-288701) is a European Union co-funded project. ICT Theme: FP7-ICT-2011-7
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