Data Centres are at the heart of IT. Having provide computing services and application services, Data Centres require result-efficient and secure services that carry minimal costs and maintenance.
All Data Centre services use networks to communicate with the Data Centres’ customers. Networking is a basic and fundamental building block of Data Centres. In order to define the Data Centre design and understand the impact of Data Centre requirements, it is essential for the participants to understand up-to-date networking technologies.
Security is an important aspect of any computing system and with the Data Centre being at the heart of the computing information system, it serves as a very attractive target for cyber-attacks. The security needs for Data Centres that provide application services such as DB as a service, Hadoop service, etc. are thus very significant. The Data Centre design should deal with the cyber-security requirements while defining the relevant security topology. Participants need to understand the actual threats and solutions of cyber-security.
The topology of the Data Centre is derived from the functional and non-functional requirements of the Data Centre. Different technologies and topologies may fit differently for various requirements set. The training presents different topologies and types of Data Centres.
With all computing, networking, security concerns and appliances in the Data Centre determined, we could then address and define the physical infrastructure, such as different physical spaces definitions for separated functionalities, power definitions and power backup, cooling systems and physical security etc. Data Centre management will be taught as the last topic of the training.
Using the above systematic and step-by-step approach, Telefocal’s instructor would be able to provide the particpiants a comprehensive training and 360 degrees perspective on the Data Centre Design, Operation and Management.
Duration and Training Format
5-day instructor-led training.
- Data Center Networking
- Data Center Cyber Security
- Data Center Types and Topologies
- Data Center physical infrastructure