Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center

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Whitepaper Traditional methodologies for monitoring the data center environment are no longer sufficient. While well understood protocols exist for monitoring physical devices such as UPS systems, computer room air conditioners, and fire suppression systems, there is a class of distributed monitoring points that is often ignored. This paper describes this class of threats, suggests approaches to deploying monitoring devices, and provides best practices in leveraging the collected data to reduce downtime. Learn more now.

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