These assessment resources are designed to help data center professionals identify energy-saving measures that are most likely to yield the greatest energy savings.

Air management in Data Centers is important for both energy and thermal management.

The Data Center Maturity Model (DCMM) touches upon every aspect of the data center including power, cooling, compute, storage, and networking. In addition, the levels of the model outline current best practices and a 5-year roadmap for the industry.

Organizations can use the Data Center Profiler (DC Pro) to identify and evaluate energy efficiency opportunities in data centers.

This tool is designed to help datacenter owners assess the potential savings from efficiency actions in the electrical power chain of a data center i.e. transformers, generators, UPSs, PDUs, and power supplies.

Benchmarking the energy performance of your buildings is a key first step to understanding and reducing energy consumption and your carbon footprint.

Based on environmental factors, and variables related to datacenter cooling infrastructure and IT energy use, this tool calculates potential savings attributable to the use of free cooling.