Jakarta, 25 April 2017 - 27 April 2017
Including : Souvenir, Flash disk, materi hand-out dan CD modul, 2x coffee break, makan siang dan sertifikat
Investasi : Rp 5.000.000,-/peserta ( Belum termasuk PPN 10% )
Lokasi : Favehotel LTC Glodok Jakarta, LTC Glodok Building Lt. 8, Jalan Hayam Wuruk No.127, Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11180
Duration : 3 Days
30 % Teori – 70% Praktek
Peserta Wajib Membawa Laptop ( Windows System ) pada saat pelatihan
( Investasi Certification AAPM American Academy Project Management USA Rp. 4.500.000 ( terpisah dengan local certificate Spectra Centre ) )
Enterprises today rely on IT for the delivery of business critical services to the end consumer. Therefore it is paramount that the mission critical data centre is designed, maintained and operated with high-availability and efficiency. However the ever changing technologies put an increasing pressure on the data centre managers together with a faster pace in which these changes are required. In addition to this, there is a vast number of companies where the data centre is a shared responsibility between the IT and Facilities divisions, each having their own values and standards to which they believe a mission critical site ought to be running. This course brings participants up to speed with the data center design, maintenance and operations, valuable lessons which will enable a hi-available, flexible, safe and efficiency mission critical data.
This three-day course has been designed to expose participants to the key components of the data centre. It will cover and impacts of key aspects like power, cooling, security and safety etc. to provide a highly accessible data facility. In addition, it will address key operations and aspects of maintenance. centre environment for both new and existing sites.
At the completion of the course participants shall benefit from the course such as:
Obtain an understanding about the infrastructure of the data centre
Learn both the standard and the best practices of a data centre professional
Gain awareness of potential environmental threats towards the data centre and solutions against such hazards
Learn techniques to increase the efficiency of the data centre
Be able to perform maintenance on the data centre
Be aware of the safety and security practices at the data centre
This course is targeted towards professionals working in IT, Facilities or Data Centre Operations including those with the responsibility to achieve and improve the productivity of the data centre.
Participants who have any involvement in Data Center 's operations and have the need to understand the key components and aspects of mission critical Data Center facilities operation and maintenance. This would include such persons as: IT Service Delivery Managers, IT Marketing & Sales Reps, IT Department Managers, Network Managers, System integrator engineers, data center builders etc.
While there are no specific prerequisites for the CDCP course, participants who have at least one/two year(s) of actual working experience in a data centre/facilities environment are best suited.
Course Contents and Descriptions
Data center design/life cycle overview
Overview of the phases of a data center life cycle Planning, re-alignment and continuous improvement
History of ‘tier level’ definitions Tier level definitions, categories and measure points Redundancy options Tiered Infrastructure Maintenance Standards (TIMS) Building considerations & standards Floor loading requirements Fire rating for walls and glass Blast protection Bullet proofing Forced entry protection
Advanced raised floor & suspended ceiling
Raised floor installation guidelines to ensure contractors install a proper closed and leveled raised access floor Choosing the right tiles and their locations Seismic mitigating floor constructions Choosing the right suspended ceiling
Advanced Power Power infrastructure layout:
Formulas which you should know for the data center Single Line Electrical diagrams; how to read them and ensuring key components are present for protection Over current protection devices (MCB/MCCB/VCB/ACB/Fuses) definitions and what to use where Earth Leakage devices (RCB/RCD/ELCB/GFCI/ALCI/RCBO), definitions and what to use where Lightning strikes and surge protection devices (TVSS/SPD), how they work and where to use and how to install a PDU/DB setup and minimum requirements
Component make up, Choosing the right one, Calculate required fuel storage tank capacity, Paralleling of gen-sets Meeting regulatory requirements
Required specifications for UPS systems How to read data sheets and select the right UPS Requirements for parallel configurations and avoid pitfalls such as single point of failures How parallel installation should be done, classic mistakes which installers make and how to avoid them
Type of filters available and which one to select depending on the application
Designing battery banks, how to calculate, and double check, the battery bank to be installed Battery charging pitfalls and ensuring the right charger is being installed and used Using parallel battery banks; how to properly install them, limitations and risk when using batteries in parallel How to test batteries correctly and make decisions on cell/block or string replacement Battery casing choices; ABS, V0,V1,V2 Alternative energy storage; flywheel, re-useable cell etc.
Advanced Electro Magnetic Fields
Differences between single, three phase and bus-bar EMF Options available to measure EMF and how to interpret the results from single axe and composite measurements Guidance on safe distance for equipment and humans Calculation of EMF attenuation factor for shielding Material permeability and saturation factors
Environmental class definitions and thermal specifications Equipment airflow and Delta-T definitions and limits Planning for floor, rack and cooling equipment CFM requirement calculations and conversions Air-conditioner specifications and how to select the right air- conditioner with the right capacity and flow Techniques for optimization of air flow Redundancy guidelines for air-conditioners (no, it is not just N+1….) Liquid cooling guidelines for data centers.
Advanced fire protection
Fire triangle and elements to stop a fire Detection systems in detail (VESDA, VIEW, Smoke sensors) Considerations for installation of sensors Difference in water based systems i.e. dry- pipe, pre-action and why most of them don't work and how to detect this Details on Inert, Halocarbon, fluorinated systems and how to select the right gas for your data center How to calculate the gas content ensuring the appropriate level is installed to suppress the fire Other requirements for gas systems (release times,hold times, pipe install requirements and other important factors Requirements for the fire panel Installation verification, what to check and how New fire suppression techniques which prevents fires from even starting…. No more fire suppression gas cylinders.
Data center infrastructure cabling In rack power and network cabling Labeling based on TIA 606
Acoustic noise regulations, specifications, effects and limits Data center contaminations and classifications Measurements, standards and limits Preventive measures and avoidance Electro Static Discharge (ESD)
Data center efficiency
Power efficiency indicators How to measure it and what are acceptable numbers compared to the general industry How to achieve power savings in the data center; various techniques to save energy in all parts of the data center i.e. application/system level, cooling, power distribution
This part of the training shall divulge and highlight to the participants practical and particular cases related to the subject of good asset recovery management.
Trainer : Spectracentre Trainer Team