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ISBN 9780470607251 Published Oct. 2010
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"Based on a real energy management program that author Rob Aldrich implements at Cisco, this book shows you how to implement an energy management strategy that has proven to reduce and control energy costs by establishing energy as a domain that network administrators help manage for their company. In this book, you will find step-by-step instruction for implementing a comprehensive energy management strategy, beginning with benchmarking and eventually coming full circle with re-investing savings back into the program for its sustainability. The book also covers fundamentals of efficiency energy use, project management, deployment and administration of energy domains, and reporting. Hands-on instruction is emphasized in this book and case studies of the author's implementation at Cisco appear throughout the book and collectively as a complete case study."--
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Extend Your Energy Management Capabilities
Managing energy usage via a company network allows you to create an energy management program that can be scaled company-wide, and this unique book shows you just how to do it. Through step-by-step instruction and real-world case studies drawn from the expert author team's own experience at Cisco, this book lays out an IP-based energy management strategy to optimize resources, dramatically increase energy savings, and significantly reduce your carbon footprint.
How do you establish energy management across multiple functions, such as compute, network, and storage while preparing for building infrastructure convergence? How do you set up energy domains on a network? How do you bring this all together into one unified energy program--then deploy it, manage it, and measure results? Find the answers in this timely guide.
Consider energy in terms of risk, cost, and resource management
Gather raw data on where your company is now and set up benchmarking
Create strategies across multiple stakeholders and goals, including facilities, IT, security, and sustainability
Establish and administer energy domains
Review the basics of energy accounting, measure results, and set up reporting
See how to make your program sustainable and prepare for the future
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