ISSN 2587-814X (print),
ISSN 2587-8158 (online)

Russian version: ISSN 1998-0663 (print),
ISSN 2587-8166 (online)

Maxim Amzarakov1, Rafael Sukhov1, Evgeny Isaev2
  • 1 INO Uptime Technology, 7, Marshala Rybalko st., Moscow 123060, Russia
  • 2 Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences (Branch of the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences), 1, Professor Vitkevich Street, Pushino, Moscow Region 142290, Russia

Modular data center: The holistic view

2014. No. 3 (29). P. 7–14 [issue contents]

Maxim Amzarakov - Director, INO Uptime Technology.
Address: 9, Chasovaya str., Moscow, 125315, Russian Federation.
E-mail: m.amzarakov@uptimetechnology.ru

Rafael Sukhov - Finance Manager, INO Uptime Technology. 
Address: 9, Chasovaya str., Moscow, 125315, Russian Federation.
E-mail: r.sukhov@uptimetechnology.ru

Eugene Isaev - Professor, Head of Department for Education Stack Group, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Head of the Laboratory, P.N.Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Address: 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.
E-mail: eisaev@hse.ru

     Data center modularity is a new term in data processing. The given article aims at making distinction between the modular, mobile, modern and traditional data center, and reviews solutions available in the market.
     The present research provides a systematic view of the currently existing data center technology solutions, as well as the major factors influencing the cost and possible engineering pitfalls and determining basic rules of calculating and evaluating their cost and further maintenance. The concept of energy efficiency is studied here, as well as its influence on the primary cost of a data center, its maintenance cost, and thus its final cost. The conditions for the modular solutions for data processing centers emergence have also been studied here. Classifying and identifying key features allows precise positioning of the applicability of existing technologies. For this purpose, the paper provides major features of the applicability limits of available technologies, while technological solutions from different vendors are evaluated for containing engineering systems. The received estimations are presented in a convenient and comparable tabular form and.
     The research results are provided in the form of a summarizing table allowing comparing the features of each solution in several aspects: form factor, complete solution, modularity, flexibility, further development in several key engineering solutions.

Citation: Amzarakov M., Sukhov R., Isaev E. (2014)

Modul'nyy tsentr obrabotki dannykh: Tselostnyy vzglyad

[Modular data center: The holistic view]

Biznes-informatika, no 3 (29), pp. 7-14 (in Russian)

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