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Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency Proof of Concept Panel Discussion

NAB (Pankaj Fichadia), Verne Global (Tate Cantrell), Datapipe (Michael Parks & Richard Dolan), BMW (Ian Lamont)
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.
Dec 17 2013
41 mins
Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency Proof of Concept Panel Discussion
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