Operational decisions for data centers now include such factors as power, cooling, rack space and CPU availability. This is in addition to other information gleaned from IT systems, and related to facilities infrastructure components such as UPS devices, PDUs, chillers, HVACs, generators, branch circuits, etc.
Optimal performance management
One of the greatest challenges facing data center operators is ensuring that power and cooling is operating at its highest efficiency. Enova provides analytics and views at the server, rack, room, data center facility, regional or global levels. With this insight, Enova can compare rack-to-rack, room-to-room, site-to-site, and total portfolio energy and operational performance as well as identifying areas for improvement to then be carried out by our onsite teams.
Guaranteed energy savings
To optimize energy consumption, it must first be accurately measured. The measurement starts with a baseline view of what energy data centers actually consume. Enova then suggests an operational and energy performance plan keeping energy equipment operating at peak efficiency, delivering a secure energy supply and adding the strongest guarantee on energy savings and asset value.
Real time reporting
Today’s complex data center operations – where workloads, power consumption and temperatures vary widely throughout the day, and from day to day, need up to the minute information to make informed decisions. Enova’s Building Energy Efficiency Services enables real time facilities and energy monitoring, giving full visibility on costs and operations.