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|My educational background is bachelor of computer engineering and master of computer science.|
I have no background in data center.
I would like to make data center analysis (e.g. build new data center or use colocation).
I tried to read ANSI/BICSI002-2011, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices. I found it very difficult to read.
I understand that this standard is made for electrical engineer.
What resources/books would help me to read ANSI/BICSI002-2011?
What resources/books would help me to make data center analysis?
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|The ANSI/BICSI-002 2014 standard is a lot easier to digest.|
The book itself is not made for electrical engineers but for data center consultants assisting customers in designing data centers.
If you have any specific questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to assist you as I am one of the Training Delivery Specialists for BICSI that teaches the DC102 class based on the standard.
Christopher S. Hobbs, RCDD, DCDC, RTPM | Manager Training Provider Services | email@example.com
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