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DCIS - Data Center Infrastructure Specialist

Learn the mission critical infrastructure systems that support typical data centers and environments with high availability requirements.

GK# 3949

$3380 - $3650 CAD

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This course provides end-to-end coverage of the mission critical infrastructure systems that support typical data centers and environments with high availability requirements. You will learn about the main components that comprise the data center build, highlighting benefits of each, to allow for the most appropriate system and component selection.

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DCIS

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1. Data Center Overview

  • Data Center History
  • Data Center Definitions
  • The Data Center Beast
  • Data Center Downtime and Outage
  • Present Data Center Standards
  • Future of Data Center Standards

2. The Infinity Paradigm

  • Application Ecosystem (AE)
  • Core and Pyramid Models
  • The Organization
  • The Seven Abstraction Layers
    • Application Layer
    • Platform Layer
    • Compute Layer
    • ITI Layer
    • SFI Layer
    • Site Layer
    • Topology Layer
  • Application Delivery Model (ADM)
  • Application Delivery Infrastructure (ADI)
  • Data Center Node (DCN)
  • Logical Infrastructure
  • Physical Infrastructure

3. Grading Systems

  • Data Center Tiers and Classes
  • Data Center Grade Levels
  • AER, OER, EER, RER, SER
  • Efficacy Score Rating

4. Data Center Development

  • Data Center Tiers and Classes
  • Data Center Development Process
  • Data Center Phases

5. Site, Civil, and Architecture

  • Data Center Site Selection and Criteria
  • Data Center Site Proximity, Hazard and Risks
  • Data Center Topology
  • Data Center Structure
  • Data Center Construction
  • Data Center Interior Fit-out
  • Data Center Space Relationships
  • Data Center CR, ER, MDA, HDA and ZDA
  • Data Center Raised Floor System
  • Data Center Grounding and Bounding
  • Data Center Earthing

6. Power Systems

  • Data Center Site Selection and Criteria
  • Logical Electrical Flow
  • DC, AC, W, AV Rates and Concepts
  • Utility Service
  • High Voltage Systems
  • Switchgear
  • Transformers
  • Low Voltage Systems
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems
  • UPS Configurations
  • Battery and Battery Types
  • Generators
  • Fuel Tanks
  • Power Distribution
  • ATS, STS
  • Power Cabling
  • Busbar Trunking System (BTS)
  • EPO
  • Grounding
  • Lightning Protection System
  • Alternative Power Sources
  • EF, MF, EMF, EMI
  • EMF and EMP Shielding

7. Data Center Cooling

  • Environmental Air
  • Cooling Capacity
  • Precision Cooling
  • Direct Expansion (DX) Systems
  • Non-DX Systems
  • Cooling Methodologies
  • Cold-Aisle / Hot- Aisle
  • CRAC/CRAH
  • Cooling Topologies:
    • Open CRAC Systems
    • Aisle Containment (Cold and Hot)
    • In-Row Cooling
    • In-Rack Cooling
  • Cooling Towers
  • Chillers
  • Data Center Water Supply

8. Fire Protection

  • Fire Types and Classes
  • Smoke and Heat Detection
  • Aspiratory Detection and Sensing
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • Gas Suppression Systems and Agents (FM200, Novec, etc.)
  • Fire Prevention Technology
  • Data Center Safety

9. Data Center Security

  • Physical Infrastructure Security
  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Mantraps
  • Barbwires
  • Security Protocols and Procedures
  • IT Infrastructure Security

10. Data Center Structured Cabling

  • Cabling Layout
  • Patching and Termination
  • Labeling
  • Intelligence

11. IT Infrastructure

  • System
  • Storage
  • Networks
  • Virtualization and Cloud
  • External Telecom Connectivity
  • High Availability Designs

12. Data Center Efficiency

  • Cost of Energy
  • Power Usage
  • Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)
  • Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCIE)
  • Applications and Hosting Models
  • Applications
  • Application Delivery Architecture
  • App Tiers
  • Colo vs Managed Hosting
  • ASP Hosting
  • Public and Private Clouds

13. Monitoring and Management

  • MMS, EMS, EPMS, BMS
  • Temperature Monitoring
  • Leak Detection
  • Integration

14. Network Operation Center (NOC)

  • Systems
  • Procedures
  • Control

15. Data Center Trends

  • Latest Data Center Technology Trends
  • Latest Data Center Industry Trends

Who Should Attend

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  • Network professionals
  • Storage professionals
  • System engineers
  • Telecom professionals
  • Electrical professionals
  • Mechanical professionals
  • Civil engineers
  • Architects
  • Software and application specialists
  • Virtualization professionals
  • Cabling professionals
  • IT security professionals
  • Physical security professionals
  • Sales professionals
  • Marketing professionals
  • Finance managers
  • HR professionals
  • CXOs
Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Classroom Live

Receive face-to-face instruction at one of our training center locations.

Duration: 2 day

Virtual Classroom Live

Experience expert-led online training from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere with an internet connection.

Duration: 2 day

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