Datacentres have become a key factor for delivering data services for fundamental operations of businesses. However, no...
Mode Of Delivery
Module1: Data Centre Design-I
Guide lines for planning, data centre structures, non-raised and raised, aisles/ramp, compulsory local building codes
Module2: Data Centre Design-II
Raised floor design and deployment, floor tiles, equipment weight and tiles strength, electrical wire ways, cable trays, design and plan against vandalism
Module3: Server farms and Data Centre
Types of server farms a. Internet Server Farm, b. Intranet Server Farm, c. Extranet Server Farm, Types of Data Centre - a. Internet Data Centre, b. Corporate Data Centre, c. Software – defined Data Centre (SDDC) - i. Network Virtualisation, ii. Storage Virtualisation, iii. Server Virtualisation
Module 4: Data Centre Layers and Services
Topologies in Data Centre – layers - a. Core Layer, b. Aggregation Layer, c. Access Layer - i. Front – end Segment, ii. Application Segment, iii. Back – end Segment, d. Storage Layer, e. Data Centre Transport Layer, Services -
a. IP Infrastructure Services
b. Application Services
c. Security Services
d. Storage Services
Module5: Business Continuity, Backupand Recovery
Business Continuity (BC) Infrastructure Services, Need for Redundancy, Information Availability, BC Terminology – BC Planning Life Cycle, BC Technology Solutions, Backup and Recovery Considerations, Backup Technologies, Use of Local Replicas, Local Replication Technologies, Restore and Restart Considerations, Modes of Remote Replications – Remote Replication Technologies – Asynchronous and Synchronous
Who Should Attend?
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Certificate in Advanced Data Center Infrastructure Design”.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'.