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Uptime Institute Efficient IT Keynote

Keynote address from Uptime Institute Symposium 2015 - Introducing the Uptime Institute Efficient IT Stamp of Approval
Recorded May 20 2015 37 mins
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Julian Kudritzki
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  • Disrupted Datacenter: cloud-based resiliency spreads workload across datacenters May 18 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Todd Traver, VP, IT Optimization and Strategy & Andy Lawrence, VP Research, Data Center Technologies at 451 Research
    Join Todd Traver, VP IT Optimization and Strategy at Uptime Institute and Andy Lawrence, VP Research, Data Center Technologies at 451 Research for a discussion on the opportunities, benefits and challenges to successful implementation of a resilient multi-site workload solution.

    The evolution of compute from single-site data centers with proven in-house engineering to a multi-site hybrid computing model is enabling distributed models of resiliency that can achieve high availability and rapid recovery alongside improved performance. The recent move by many to the public cloud is further accelerating this cloud-based resiliency approach. The benefits are potentially vast. But there are also risks and limitations created by the complex software and coordination of new third-party services and technologies necessary to orchestrate the applications and data.
  • Uptime Institute's 2017 Data Center Industry Survey Results May 2 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Matt Stansberry, Senior Director of Content and Publications
    Insights from over 1,000 data center executives and end users from around the globe. Matt Stansberry, Senior Director of Content and Publications discusses Uptime Institute’s 2017 Data Center Industry Survey Results.

    Topics include:
    How are companies adjusting to shifting budgets and deployment models?
    What impact is cloud computing having on capacity planning?
    What are the adoption rates for new technologies?
    And what are the biggest challenges facing IT Infrastructure organizations in the coming year?
  • Reduce Risks to Data Center Availability by Fixing Facilities Management Issues Recorded: Mar 16 2017 55 mins
    Mark Kempson, Technical Consultant, Uptime Institute
    Join Mark Kempson, Technical Consultant in Operational Excellence and discuss the importance of a maintenance management system to anticipate upcoming changes instead of reacting to them. Learn key principles to refine your data center operations and procedures to maintain a world class critical facility.

    What questions should you be asking about maintaining and managing your data center?

    •Are you making informed decisions on future updates, changes and maintenance?
    •Have you done a comprehensive high-level risk analysis?
    •Are you documenting and analyzing incidents?
    •Is your staff properly trained to effectively manage your assets?

    Topics include:
    •Path to data center operations excellence
    •Measuring operational effectiveness
    •Addressing common staff related deficiencies in training, organization and escalation process
  • Why Tier Certification Is Even More Meaningful in a Hybrid IT World Recorded: Jan 25 2017 48 mins
    Keith Klesner, Senior Vice President, North America, Uptime Institute
    Data Centers are continuing to evolve and will remain at the core of digital infrastructure. Today’s global information economy depends on data centers like never before. Whether a data center is on premise, colocated or in the cloud, they are responsible for the entire online infrastructure of a company, and the data centers are crucial to business critical infrastructure. For more than 20 years, Uptime Institute has served as an independent advisory body to all stakeholders in the industry responsible for the performance and availability of IT systems. We’ve helped the world’s leading data center organizations design, build, maintain, and optimize their facilities, compute systems, and operations, while balancing costs, resources, performance, and efficiency in an ever changing technology landscape. Uptime has assisted hundreds of enterprises and service providers to ensure their data centers are ready to meet their business needs. Join us as we share our experiences and learnings for a hybrid IT world.

    Topics include:
    - The value of simplicity in data center design and construction for IT and facility operations
    - Concurrent maintainability as a “must have” as "live work or deferred maintenance" is no longer acceptable
    - Tier Certification as a risk management tool for project owners and data center services buyers
  • Women in Technology – Cloud Expo Frankfurt 2016 Recorded: Dec 13 2016 3 mins
    Cloud Moves TV
    Cloud Moves TV travelled to Frankfurt for the Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud Security Expo and Data Centre World. Over two days, 4,000 people attended to mix with over 200 innovative exhibitors –including the likes of Samsung and Intel – and listen to inspiring talks from over 200 top expert speakers. CMTV chaired the ‘Women in Technology – Real Life Success Stories’ – live panel discussion. This exceptional line up of leading female figureheads is designed to promote gender equality with the technology sector and ensure female leaders have a voice. Panelist speakers include:
    Karolina Hornke - is a consultant for technical data protection at Axel Springer. Karolina has over 15 years’ experience within the IT sector, is a mathematics graduate and is part of the companies’ digitisation strategy.
    Maria Pannanen - is an angel investor and international senior leader with vast experience in B2B sales and marketing from Europe and Asia. Maria has invested in multiple start-ups on an international scale and co-founded the Accelerator Frankfurt.
    Marion Marschalek - is the Principal Malware Researcher at G DATA Advanced Analytics. Marion was named in Forbes top ’30 under 30’ in the technology Europe division this year and was winner of the Female Reverse Engineer Challenge. Marion also lectures at the University of Applied Sciences in St Polten.
    Sylvie Le Roy - is the EMEA Network Director at the Uptime Institute Network. Sylvie has extensive experience working within Datacentre Operations and has driven customer satisfaction programmes across 35 sites in 11 countries.
  • Thought Leader Interview: Sylvie LeRoy, Network Director – Uptime Institute Recorded: Dec 12 2016 10 mins
    Cloud Moves TV
    Cloud Moves TV travelled to Frankfurt for the 4th stop in the Cloud Expo world event series. Over two days, more than 4,000 people mixed with 200 innovative exhibitors and listened to inspiring talks from over 200 top expert speakers. One of them was Sylvie Le Roy; the EMEA Network Director at the Uptime Institute Network. Sylvie has extensive experience working within Datacentre Operations and has driven customer satisfaction programmes across 35 sites in 11 countries.
  • Cloud Computing Adoption: Management Challenges and Opportunities Recorded: Oct 10 2016 38 mins
    Julian Kudritzki
    Industry data from Uptime Institute and 451 Research evidence a rapid rate of cloud computing adoption for enterprise IT departments. Organizations weigh cloud benefits and risks, and also evaluate how cloud will impact their existing and future data center infrastructure investment. In this video, Uptime Institute COO Julian Kudritzki and Andrew Reichman, Research Director at 451 Research discuss the various aspects of how much risk, and how much reward, is on the table for companies considering a cloud transition.
  • Live Q&A with Julian Kudritzki, Uptime and John Sheputis, Infomart Data Centers Recorded: Sep 21 2016 21 mins
    Brett Azuma, Julian Kudritzki, John Sheputis
    Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Brett Azuma from 451 Research will interview Julian Kudritzki, COO of Uptime Institute and John Sheputis, President of Infomart Data Centers about how organizations use Uptime Institute’s Efficient IT to seize opportunities to innovate while reducing their environmental impact and meeting a variety of business and sustainability goals.
  • 2014-2016 Survey Results: Can Corporate Sustainability save IT from itself? Recorded: Jun 16 2016 33 mins
    Julian Kudritzki
    In 2015, less than a tenth of enterprise IT stakeholders had confidence in Corporate Sustainability to affect IT efficiency and costs. One short year later, 2016 is a vastly different matter and the data suggests that the time of corporate sustainability in IT is here now: 70% of enterprise IT organizations actively participate in corporate sustainability efforts.

    Senior executives are increasingly tasking all departments to work together to reduce resource consumption in the name of sustainability. The stakes are undeniably high, as sustainability efforts can impact important financial factors such as stock price and capitalization.

    In this webinar, Uptime Institute COO, Julian Kudritzki will present new survey data, illustrating the sweeping changes facing enterprise IT and sustainability efforts, including:

    -A snapshot of the current state of relations between enterprise IT and Sustainability counterparts.
    -How will Corporate Sustainability shape technology adoption trends as it begins to exercise its influence in IT decision making?
    -The ineffectual metrics and "green" signifiers which are no longer credible responses to increased cost pressures and the business demands for transparency.
  • Avoid failures and delays on data center capital projects Recorded: May 24 2016 39 mins
    Keith Klesner, SVP North America – Uptime Institute
    Based on analysis of 200+ Tier Certification engagements, a majority of new data centers, even the world’s most sophisticated sites, will not operate as designed or installed on day one. But data center failures, delays, and cost overruns to fix problems are avoidable. Uptime Institute Tier Certification is a failsafe against a new data center that does not work. This webinar will explain how Uptime Institute’s Tier Certification process can ensure a project meets an owner’s business requirements, outline the common areas where projects fail, and offer advice for companies considering pursuing Tier Certification to ensure a smooth process.
  • DCIM Market Overview and Procurement Strategies Recorded: May 3 2016 44 mins
    Matt Stansberry
    The pursuit of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) benefits leads, too often, in a procurement and implementation process take too long, the software costs too much and the tools often under-deliver. Often, organizations fail to define business requirements for DCIM and evaluate options in a holistic and consistent framework. This webinar can help provide insight into why those outcomes occur and how to avoid.
  • M&O Excellence Series: CenturyLink’s insights from portfolio wide benchmarking w Recorded: Mar 29 2016 29 mins
    Lee Kirby, Uptime Institute - CTO and Kelly Sullivan, CenturyLink - Vice President, Global Data Center Operations
    In this webinar, Uptime Institute’s CTO, Lee Kirby, will discuss how the M&O Stamp of Approval measures operational effectiveness to determine quality of service, mitigate risk, and improve performance across a portfolio of data centers. As one of the world’s leading telecommunications and colocation providers, CenturyLink has unique perspective on global IT operations and the challenges of integrating multiple facilities into a unified operation with consistent standards. CenturyLink shares insights from working with Uptime Institute to benchmark and refine operations across their portfolio of 57 data center sites. With more than half of the sites now having gone through the review process and earning the distinguished M&O Stamp of Approval, CenturyLink’s Vice President, Global Data Center Operations, Kelly Sullivan, will discuss key lessons learned thus far and actions taken, at both the site and organizational level, that are driving the standard for excellence and ensuring consistency, performance, and delivery of mission critical services to its customers.
  • The opportunity cost of doing nothing Recorded: Mar 22 2016 22 mins
    Scott Killian, VP of Efficient IT Programs – Uptime Institute
    Efficient IT may not be at the top of your corporate management priority list—but it should be. Every day facilities waste money and resources needlessly, falling further and further behind when they could be racking up savings in the millions of dollars. People often mistake steady state for steady expense outlay. But “business as usual” is massively expensive due to rising operating costs, rising energy prices, and ongoing capital expenditures needed just to keep up with the growing demands of the business. All of these factors contribute to the opportunity cost of doing nothing. In this webinar, learn how to start saving millions in total expenses with negligible investment—today.
  • What you don't know will hurt you Recorded: Mar 17 2016 48 mins
    Keith Klesner, SVP North America – Uptime Institute
    In today’s environment of data center acquisition and IT infrastructure outsourcing, how do you know what you’re really getting, and if it’s worth what you’re paying? If your organization is selling or acquiring a facility, considering possible upgrades, or investigating an incident, you need an unbiased, expert evaluation. A Data Center Due Diligence Assessment (DCDDA) provides a thorough, under-the-hood look at the assets, facility systems, equipment, risks, gaps, and day-to-day operations and management practices of a site. In this webinar, learn about hidden risks in a range of scenarios and understand what knowledge you need to have when investing in business critical infrastructure.
  • Avoid wasting time and money procuring and implementing DCIM Recorded: Dec 11 2015 42 mins
    Matt Stansberry, Director of Content & Publications – Uptime Institute
    For the last 8 years, the data center industry has struggled to successfully adopt DCIM software. DCIM promises to drive out data center inefficiencies, to help operators build a credible model for capacity planning, and to tie together the IT and facilities management teams. Yet, the path to reaping those benefits could not be realized by simply purchasing a software product. As the messy work of implementation began, many IT organizations found that these tools would be more difficult to implement and more expensive than expected.

    The DCIM market is sprawling and varied, with a range of suppliers from longstanding equipment vendors to startup companies. The reported functionality and integration of those various tools is often subject to interpretation and does not always stand up to scrutiny. One company’s success with a tool does not translate to universal success. The procurement and implementation process take too long, the software costs too much and the tools often under-deliver. Many organizations are finding the need to purchase multiple commercial DCIM tools. This can prove to be a successful strategy for customers applying an incremental planned approach; or it can be a wasted effort and major embarrassment when a large investment does not meet expectations.

    This webinar discusses the current state of DCIM adoption, strategies for maximizing a return on a DCIM investment, and provide a high-level methodology for evaluating DCIM tools.
  • AOL discusses IT Efficiency and Server Decommissioning Recorded: May 22 2015 14 mins
    Jeff Davis - AOL
    Jeff Davis, AOL's Technical Director of Data Center Operations, discusses server decommissioning and energy savings.
  • Achieving Management and Operations Excellence Recorded: May 21 2015 7 mins
    Lee Kirby
    No matter how well designed and built your data center infrastructure may be, ultimately it is the day-to-day operations activities and management decisions where the success of your mission stands or falls. In fact, the leading cause of downtime is human error. To mitigate risks, achieve your business goals, and meet uptime requirements, it is critical to unify operating behaviors with the functionality of your infrastructure. These panelists will discuss how they have achieved M&O excellence across their global portfolios leveraging the Uptime Institute M&O Stamp of Approval.
  • Uptime Institute Efficient IT Keynote Recorded: May 20 2015 37 mins
    Julian Kudritzki
    Keynote address from Uptime Institute Symposium 2015 - Introducing the Uptime Institute Efficient IT Stamp of Approval
  • Avoiding a Crisis in Facility Management Recorded: Apr 6 2015 41 mins
    Julian Kudritzki, Chief Operating Officier, Uptime Institute
    What are the symptoms of a poorly managed data center facility? How do you know if your facility is skating at the edge of thin ice, at risk of a sudden operating failure or catastrophic downtime? Uptime Institute has unique perspective gained from assessing and observing thousands of data centers around the globe, and we’ve identified where breakdowns are most likely to occur, and the precursors to unplanned downtime. In this webinar, you’ll learn to spot the warning signs to avert an impending crisis in your data center, and start applying industry best practices for facility management to reduce risk and ensure effective continuing operations for the long term.
  • Low Complexity + Low Cost = High Availability Recorded: Apr 6 2015 55 mins
    Keith Klesner, Vice President - Strategic Accounts, Uptime Institute
    Designing and operating a high-availability, efficient modern data center can be a complex and expensive proposition. But it doesn’t have to be so challenging. Simple topology solutions and proven technologies can help to reduce both complexity and cost. Uptime Institute draws on experience consulting with hundreds of data center owners and operators to present examples of efficient, value-conscious design approaches. Learn simple (low complexity) and cost-effective (low cost) solutions that give you the best chance to achieve the business and performance objectives of your data center.
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Uptime Institute is an unbiased advisory organization focused on improving the performance, efficiency, and reliability of business critical infrastructure through innovation, collaboration, and independent certifications. Uptime Institute serves all stakeholders responsible for IT service availability through industry leading standards, education, peer-to-peer networking, consulting, and award programs delivered to enterprise organizations and third-party operators, manufacturers, and providers. Uptime Institute is recognized globally for the creation and administration of the Tier Standards & Certifications for Data Center Design, Construction, and Operational Sustainability along with its Management & Operations reviews, FORCSS® methodology, and Efficient IT Stamp of Approval.

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