FIT4Green : energy aware ICT optimization policies

Robert Basmadjian, Christian Bunse, Vasiliki Georgiadou, Giovanni Giuliani, Sonja Klingert, Gergö Lovasz, Mikko Majanen

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Abstract

Protecting the environment by saving energy and thus reducing carbon dioxide emissions is one of today’s hottest and most challenging topics and is of a rapidly growing importance in the computing domain. The motivation and reasons for optimizing energy consumption from ecological and business perspectives are clear. However, the technical realization still is way behind expectations. One reason might be that technical problems range from pure hardware issues (e.g., low-power devices, energy harvesting, etc.) to software to cooling issues. This paper discusses recent findings and first ideas regarding policies and strategies for energy optimization and the development of a generic plug-in for managing data centers, accompanied by the introduction of the concept of “Green Service Level Agreements (GSLA)”. We discuss the general structure (generic architecture) of the plug-in and sketch some of the embedded policies. It is also to be noted that all results are part of the recently started FIT4Green project, funded by the European Union.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the COST Action IC804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems, 1st Year
EditorsJ.M. Pierson, H. Hlavacs
Pages88-92
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventCOST Action IC0804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems - 1st Year -
Duration: 1 Jan 2010 → …

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ConferenceCOST Action IC0804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems - 1st Year
Period1/01/10 → …

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Energy harvesting
Carbon dioxide
Energy conservation
Energy utilization
Cooling
Hardware
Industry
European Union

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Basmadjian, R., Bunse, C., Georgiadou, V., Giuliani, G., Klingert, S., Lovasz, G., & Majanen, M. (2010). FIT4Green : energy aware ICT optimization policies. In J. M. Pierson, & H. Hlavacs (Eds.), Proceedings of the COST Action IC804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems, 1st Year (pp. 88-92)
Basmadjian, Robert ; Bunse, Christian ; Georgiadou, Vasiliki ; Giuliani, Giovanni ; Klingert, Sonja ; Lovasz, Gergö ; Majanen, Mikko. / FIT4Green : energy aware ICT optimization policies. Proceedings of the COST Action IC804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems, 1st Year. editor / J.M. Pierson ; H. Hlavacs. 2010. pp. 88-92
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FIT4Green : energy aware ICT optimization policies. / Basmadjian, Robert; Bunse, Christian; Georgiadou, Vasiliki; Giuliani, Giovanni; Klingert, Sonja; Lovasz, Gergö; Majanen, Mikko.

Proceedings of the COST Action IC804 on Energy Efficiency in Large Scale Distributed Systems, 1st Year. ed. / J.M. Pierson; H. Hlavacs. 2010. p. 88-92.

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