Five Mistakes to Avoid with the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI)
A Shunra On-Demand Webinar
Previously performed on February 23, 2012
The Federal Government’s “25-Point Implementation Plan to Reform Federal Information Technology Management” calls for a reduction in Federal data centers by at least 800 by 2015. Data Center Relocations (DCRs) or Data Center Consolidations (DCCs) are complex initiatives. You may conduct several in your career, and a few easy-to-make, common mistakes can be career-limiting. DCRs significantly impact your entire organization and your customers.
There are many considerations when planning a DCR or DCC: application performance, budget, asset management, scheduling, energy requirements, and more. A simple miscalculation in power density or design specification will negatively affect business continuity, resulting in revenue loss, unavailable systems, slow performing applications, and customer attrition.
Watch this webinar and hear from our Data Center Relocation and Consolidation experts as they review five major mistakes to avoid with the FDCCI. As a bonus, they are also going to reveal five tips for mitigating the risks associated with these mistakes.
With more than 100 data center relocation engagements, Shunra is the industry recognized authority of the Application Performance Engineering (APE) processes, solutions and methodologies required to proactively discover, remediate and validate the impact that relocating your data center has on end-user experience BEFORE any servers are moved.