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1.1 WArEHoUSE-SCALE CoMPUTErS
1.2 EMPHASIS oN CoST EFFICIENCy
1.3 NoT JUST A CoLLECTIoN oF SErVErS
1.4 oNE DATACENTEr VS. SEVErAL DATACENTErS
1.5 WHy WSCs MIGHT MATTEr To yoU
1.6 ArCHITECTUrAL oVErVIEW oF WSCs
1.6.1 Storage
1.6.2 Networking Fabric
1.6.3 Storage Hierarchy
1.6.4 Quantifying Latency, Bandwidth, and Capacity
1.6.5 Power Usage
1.6.6 Handling Failures
2.1 DATACENTEr VS. DESKToP
Workloads and Software Infrastructure
2.2 PErForMANCE AND AVAILABILITy TooLBoX
2.3 CLUSTEr-LEVEL INFrASTrUCTUrE SoFTWArE
2.3.1 resource Management
2.3.2 Hardware Abstraction and other Basic Services
2.3.3 Deployment and Maintenance
2.3.4 Programming Frameworks
2.4 APPLICATIoN-LEVEL SoFTWArE
2.4.3 offine: Scholar Article Similarity
2.5 A MoNITorING INFrASTrUCTUrE
2.5.1 Service-Level Dashboards
2.5.2 Performance Debugging Tools
2.5.3 Platform-Level Monitoring
2.6 BUy VS. BUILD
2.7 FUrTHEr rEADING
3.1.1 How About Parallel Application Performance?
3.1.2 How Low-End Can you Go?
3.1.3 Balanced Designs
4.1 DATACENTEr TIEr CLASSIFICATIoNS
Datacenter Basics
4.2 DATACENTEr PoWEr SySTEMS
4.2.1 UPS Systems
4.2.2 Power Distribution Units
4.3 DATACENTEr CooLING SySTEMS
4.3.1 CrAC Units
4.3.2 Free Cooling
4.3.3 Air Flow Considerations
4.3.4 In-rack Cooling
4.3.5 Container-Based Datacenters
5.1 DATACENTEr ENErGy EFFICIENCy
Energy and Power Effciency
5.1.1 Sources of Effciency Losses in Datacenters
5.1.2 Improving the Energy Effciency of Datacenters
5.2 MEASUrING THE EFFICIENCy oF CoMPUTING
5.2.1 Some Useful Benchmarks
5.2.2 Load vs. Effciency
5.3 ENErGy-ProPorTIoNAL CoMPUTING
5.3.1 Dynamic Power range of Energy-Proportional Machines
5.3.2 Causes of Poor Energy Proportionality
5.3.3 How to Improve Energy Proportionality
5.4 rELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS oF LoW-PoWEr MoDES
5.5 THE roLE oF SoFTWArE IN ENErGy ProPorTIoNALITy
5.6 DATACENTEr PoWEr ProVISIoNING
5.6.1 Deployment and Power Management Strategies
5.6.2 Advantages of oversubscribing Facility Power
5.7 TrENDS IN SErVEr ENErGy USAGE
5.8 CoNCLUSIoNS
5.8.1 Further reading
6.1 CAPITAL CoSTS
Modeling Costs
6.2 oPErATIoNAL CoSTS
6.3 CASE STUDIES
6.3.1 real-World Datacenter Costs
6.3.2 Modeling a Partially Filled Datacenter
7.1 IMPLICATIoNS oF SoFTWArE-BASED FAULT ToLErANCE
Dealing with Failures and repairs
7.2 CATEGorIZING FAULTS
7.2.1 Fault Severity
7.2.2 Causes of Service-Level Faults
7.3 MACHINE-LEVEL FAILUrES
7.3.1 What Causes Machine Crashes?
7.3.2 Predicting Faults
7.4 rEPAIrS
7.5 ToLErATING FAULTS, NoT HIDING THEM
Closing remarks
8.1 HArDWArE
8.2 SoFTWArE
8.3 ECoNoMICS
8.4 KEy CHALLENGES
8.4.1 rapidly Changing Workloads
8.4.2 Building Balanced Systems from Imbalanced Components
8.4.3 Curbing Energy Usage
8.4.4 Amdahl’s Cruel Law
8.5 CoNCLUSIoNS
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