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Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency Proof of Concept Panel Discussion

The ODCA worked with members to execute proof-of-concept (PoC) testing to investigate and validate the ODCA Usage Model: Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency. This panel discussion with the PoC authors will give an in-depth look at the test results and provide an opportunity to ask questions.

The Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency usage model describes a framework for determining the overall carbon footprint associated with cloud services. The combination of this framework and the ODCA Usage: Standard Units of Measure for IaaS provides enterprises a standard, verifiable method to measure and assess the amount of CO2 created as a by-product of their data center operations.

Presenters are: Pankaj Fichadia from National Australia Bank, Tate Cantrell from Verne Global, Michael Parks and Richard Dolan from Datapipe and Ian Lamont from BMW Group.
Recorded Dec 17 2013 41 mins
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