Data Center Standards

Best Practices in Defining Government Data Center Standards

USD 1,500

* Required Fields

USD 1,500

PAY BY INVOICE

Be the first to review this product

Data Centers industry is more than 20 years old and over the years data center has become complex to operate. It has become quite challenging for data center operators to run their data center efficiently. The whole Asia Pacific is getting on the bandwagon of getting digitized and local governments have introduced many initiatives that would accelerate the digitization in their own country. The numbers of the smartphone are increasing exponentially in the region and increasing numbers of people have accessed social media through different channels. The amount of data that is being produced and the amount that will get produced would be massive. The expectations of the citizens towards government related agencies are increasing and public sector agencies need to launch more e governance initiatives to keep their citizens happy. All these trends would put a lot of pressure on data centers, be it corporate data centers or public sector related data centers. The pressure on the public sector is more as the IT infrastructure they have right now is outdated as compared to the corporate side. To keep up with the pace, most of the government in the Asia Pacific are in a race to modernize their IT infrastructure and also improve their efficiency.

To achieve better efficiency most of the data centers around globe adopts some kind of standards to achieve better efficiency. Standards are basically set of guidelines that would help in running a product or service efficiently. There are many standards available in the markets that have been developed by the different international bodies. Expensive to adopt, long list of data center standards to choose from, lack of people with standards knowledge and lack of budget are some of the challenges associated with international standards. Lack of funds is the biggest challenge associated with government agencies when they are trying to adopt international standards.

Key Conclusion

As it challenging to adopt international standards, Frost & Sullivan team has developed functional standards for the public sector agencies to adopt in Asia Pacific. These standards have five levels of maturity and each agency choose the level of standards they would like to adopt as per their unique requirements.  The functional standard has been divided into five major areas which are energy and power, design and construction, server and storage Utilization, location and site and service level agreements. All these main elements have been sub divided into nineteen sub elements with five level of maturity. The functional standards would help public sector data centers to run efficiently.

Table of Contents

Data Center StandardsExecutive SummaryKey FindingsTrends in Government Data CentersTrends in Government Data Centers Trends in Government Data Center (continued) Data Center Standards OverviewData Center Standards Overview Data Center Standards Overview (continued)Need for Defining Data Center StandardsImportance of Data Center StandardsImportance of Data Center Standards (continued)Challenges of Data Center StandardsChallenges of Data Center Standards (continued)Introduction to International Data Center Standards Data Center Standards Overview—International StandardsData Center Standards Overview—International Standards (continued)Various International Standards in the Market Various International Standards in the Market (continued) Various International Standards in the Market (continued) Various International Standards in the Market (continued) Various International Standards in the Market (continued) Various International Standards in the Market (continued) Adoption Insights in Asia-PacificAdoption Insights in Asia-Pacific (continued) Adoption Insights in Asia-Pacific (continued)Data Center Standards by Functional Areas Need for Functional Standards—Government Entities Data Center Functional Standards OverviewStandards by Functional Areas—DefinedStandards by Functional Areas—Defined (continued)Standards by Functional Areas—Defined (continued)Standards by Functional Areas—Defined (continued)Standards by Functional Areas—Defined (continued)Benefit Realization—Functional StandardsBenefit Realization—Functional Standards (continued)Benefit Realization—Functional Standards (continued)Benefit Realization—Functional Standards (continued)Benefit Realization—Functional Standards (continued)Benefit Realization—Functional Standards (continued)Functional Data Center Standards—Adoption InsightsAdoption Insights—Functional AreasAdoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Adoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Adoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Adoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Adoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Adoption Insights—Functional Areas (continued)Best Practices—Methodology/Approach to Defining Government Data Center StandardsIssues with International Standards—Government PerspectiveValue Proposition of Functional Standards—Governments Entities Approach Framework for Government Data Center StandardsDefinition—Maturity Levels for Data Center StandardsDefinition—Maturity Levels for Data Center Standards (continued)Research, Analysis, and Mapping—Energy and Power Sub-parametersResearch, Analysis, and Mapping—Energy and Power Sub-parameters (continued)Research, Analysis, and Mapping—Design and Structure Sub-parametersResearch, Analysis, and Mapping—Design and Structure Sub-parameters (continued)Research, Analysis, and Mapping—Server, Storage, and Utilization Sub-parametersResearch, Analysis, and Mapping—Server, Storage, and Utilization Sub-parameters (continued)Research, Analysis, and Mapping—Location and Site Sub-parametersResearch, Analysis, and Mapping—SLAs Sub-parametersImplementation—Steps Involved in the Adoption of Functional Standards Implementation—Detailed Steps Involved in the Adoption of Functional Standards Adoption FrameworkGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Data Center Standards are Gaining Popularity in the Asia-Pacific RegionGrowth Opportunity—Data Center Standards are Gaining Popularity in the Asia-Pacific Region (continued) Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth The Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Journey to Visionary InnovationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




Keyword1

Keyword2

Keyword3

Related Research

Release Date : 15-Nov-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 15-Nov-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 14-Nov-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 14-Nov-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 08-Nov-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Why Frost & Sullivan

Working with the CEO’s growth team to create a vision based on a transformation growth strategy

Creating content-based digital marketing strategies that leverage our research perspective to differentiate and “tell your story”

Tracking over 1000 emerging technologies and analyzing the impact by industry and application to reveal the companies to watch in each sector

The Frost & Sullivan team is based in our 45 global offices and have developed a powerful global understandings of how industries operate on a global level.