Data centre design and site selection, Data centre cooling infrastructure, Data centre backup power and power distribution
Business case for green technology, Data centre energy efficiency, Data centre energy efficiency regulations
Server virtualisation platforms, Desktop virtualisation platforms
Server hardware technology, Windows servers and management tools, Linux servers and management tools, Unix servers and management tools, Mainframe servers and management tools
Configuration and change management, Performance, monitoring and optimisation, Data centre capacity planning, ITIL and IT governance, Clustering for high availability and HPC
Cloud computing services, Colocation and managed service providers
Data centre physical security, Data centre disaster recovery planning, Data centre IT security and compliance
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