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We have been called in to many organizations to resolve unstable software and server problems, only to discover that the temperature where the servers were running was well over 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Servers and telco equipment generate a great deal of heat and will function inconsistently and often sustain permanent damage if their environment has significant temperature variations or remains consistently warm (typically, 66 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit is considered optimal, with temperature variations of no more than +/ 5 degrees per day). The less the variation and the cooler the temperature (but not below 65 degrees), the longer the equipment will operate optimally. Cooling should be sufficient for normal operation as well as have adequate backup. The ideal situation is to have a redundant cooling system with sufficient power backup (UPS and generator) to support it. The cooling system utilized must not add excess moisture to the environment. Industrial evaporators are available to avoid this potential problem. Many higher-end cooling systems have built-in moisture suppression. Detectors should be installed to provide an alert when moisture exceeds recommended levels. Keep in mind that a dry environment means that people working in the data center should drink adequate amounts of water; thus, water fountains should be placed at convenient locations. A dry environment also leads to higher potential for electrostatic discharge, so personnel should be provided with antistatic discharge tools and techniques and be trained how to use them properly.
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model only a smaller portion of the entire project to that level of detail. (See Fig. 2.15 for an example.) The different types of models that can be specified can be grouped as follows: 1. Conceptual or schematic models. This model type has a low level of detail and information content, and a high degree of abstraction; it is conceptual in nature. In the early stages of a project, the purpose of the model will primarily be designoriented. Alternative design proposals may be compared and discussed among the project team members. The model will become the basis for the consultants to generate proposals in their own areas of responsibility, and a way for the designers to develop the project and communicate the design intent to other project team members. The coordination of the various parts of the project can be addressed from the very beginning of project development. Preliminary approvals can be obtained, and early feasibility, marketing, and constructability studies can all be done with a schematic model. Such low-level detail models can also be very effective for responses to RFPs (requests for proposal) and initial project presentations. A schematic model can also be used to generate a construction sequence to demonstrate the time line of the development of the construction phase of a project. Visually relatively rich images may be generated from a model at this level of development. The images in Fig. 2.22 are extracted from a 1.5-minute-long movie; they serve as an example of a very basic schematic model that was created to make this construction sequence study, that shows progressively more of the construction in place. Such a sequence analysis can begin with the site excavation and end with the completed project the date will show in a corner of the screen; the construction schedule has now become visual. Site utilization and equipment placement can all be part of the dynamic analysis of the construction activities. It is remarkable how much information and understanding can be gleaned from such a simple model. 2. Design models. These have midlevel detail and information content. The design model is used to develop the more detail-oriented elements of the project. At this point the team will have agreed on the basic project design. Many details will be developed at this stage of the project, and they have to comply with the required parameters such as budget, construction schedule, and available resources. A design model will have representations of all major components such as walls with doors and windows, accurate plan dimensions, basic structural elements (columns, beams, bracing, etc.), accurate floor-to-floor heights, rudimentary mechanical systems, vertical circulation designs, roof design, shading devices, etc. During this phase the primary purposes of the model are design analysis (and preliminary coordination), communication (and presentation) among the project team members, and submittals for outside approvals. Design models are generally produced by the architect and may include components from consultants such as the structural and mechanical engineers. See Figs. 2.23
There are other cases when cloud computing is not the best solution for your computing needs. This section looks at why certain applications are not the best to be deployed on the cloud. We don t mean to make these cases sound like deal-breakers, but you should be aware of some of the limitations. If you can work around them, that s great, but you should be aware of the issues before getting in too deep.
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Banal appearing pigmentation can represent lentigo maligna. Dermoscopy should not only be used to examine atypically pigmented skin lesions in order not to miss melanoma incognito. In this clinical scenario, an important clue is the absence of the fingerprint pattern. Immediately one should think this could be lentigo maligna and carefully search for the diagnostic criteria. This case points out the benefits of dermoscopy to diagnose early lentigo maligna. Use a Woods light to determine the extent of the pigmentation.
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