Uptime Institute seminar schedule published

The Uptime Institute (www.uptimeinstitute.org) hosts interactive seminars for data center professionals. The following is a schedule of key seminars offered by the institute during the remainder of 2008: “How to Plan, Justify, and Manage a Major Data Center Project” is scheduled for Oct. 30-31 in Dallas.

06/01/2008


The Uptime Institute ( www.uptimeinstitute.org ) hosts interactive seminars for data center professionals. The following is a schedule of key seminars offered by the institute during the remainder of 2008:

“How to Plan, Justify, and Manage a Major Data Center Project” is scheduled for Oct. 30-31 in Dallas. This interactive seminar delves into the most successful approaches for getting a new data center project off to an optimal start. The seminar stresses the importance of understanding how to develop the right requirements, get the necessary sponsors, and have the right schedule and budget to ensure the data center is able to functionally respond to an organization's evolving business requirements and avoid premature obsolescence.

“How to Apply Tier Performance Standards to Improve Data Center Availability” is planned for Seattle on Sept. 9-10 and Gaithersburg, Md., on Nov. 13-14. Led by the creators of the Tier Performance Standards model and the authors of the Tier Classifications Define Site Infrastructure Performance white paper, this seminar will provide attendees with firsthand knowledge on the relationship between topology and availability.





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