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EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres – Overview & Updates 2021

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TBA

BY BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY

Giving a high level introduction to the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (Energy Efficiency) and the latest updates, this course is intended for those that are beginning their data centre energy efficiency journey or those that require guidance on the latest update. This course describes the strategic and cultural change value of the EUCOC and goes through the steps needed to meet the guidelines.

The course provides a great overview of the guiding principles for the EUCOC, the details in terms of how to interpret the best practices and what an organisation needs in place to meet those practices. THere is also an in depth discussion of changes and developments to the standard and the rationale behind those.

The Benefits

This course describes the strategic and cultural change value of the EUCOC and goes through the steps needed to meet the guidelines.

Pre-requisites

A good technical understanding of the operations within a data centre, energy and efficiency.

Course Syllabus

Syllabus covers:

  • Data Centre Primer
  • Background
  • Why the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (Energy Efficiency) is needed
  • EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (Admin)
  • Latest Edition Updates

This course describes the strategic and cultural change value of the EUCOC and goes through the steps needed to meet the guidelines.

CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY:

  • Practical Data Centre Energy Efficiency (EUCOC)

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Course leader

John will be the Technical Director for the National Data Centre Academy, providing content and presenting the training for many courses in his area of knowledge, also providing his expertise in the build of the practical hands on aspect of the Academy.

As a well-known figure in EU data centre circles, primarily for his role as reviewer for the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (Energy Efficiency) (EUCOC) programme and his work with the Certified Energy Efficiency Data Centre Award (CEEDA) & Data Centre Alliance Certification which assesses data centres to a subset of the EUCOC best practices and EN 50600 respectively.

John is Chair of the Data Centre Alliance’s (DCA) Energy Efficiency & member of the Sustainability steering group, shaping the DCA’s policy on these topics as well as providing support to the DCA in other steering groups and the Alliance’s wider activities.  He is the V Chair of the BCS, Chartered Institute for IT, Green IT specialist group.
John represents the BCS/DCA/Carbon3IT Ltd on the TCT7/3 committee that works upon the EN50600 Data Centres Design and Build Standards and KPI’s (PUE etc.).

John runs his own Green IT consultancy, Carbon3IT Ltd, providing support to organizations that are preparing to adopt various data centre standards including the more general standards such as Quality, Environment, Business Continuity, Information Security, and Energy Management. Carbon3IT Ltd  also provide specialist niche consultancy in the field of Green IT including Data Centre Energy Efficiency & Sustainability with a current focus on carbon footprinting for new and existing datacentres.

John is a lead auditor for ISO50001: (2011/2018) Energy Management Systems and ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems, is a Certified Data Centre Audit Professional CDCAP TM (Recert 2018), a Certified Data Centre Sustainability Professional CDCSP™ and is an EMA ESOS registered Assessor.

John, as Technical Director and Lead Trainer for the NDCA will bring a wealth of hands on experience from assessing a wide range of Data Centre Environments and a real depth of knowledge from his work developing and implementing world wide standards.

John Booth of Carbon3IT Ltd

Technical Director and Lead Trainer

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