Every organization positions their data center infrastructure to manage and host digital resources for their technological performance. Managers and decision makers demand that data center infrastructure investments are well defined and fully supported, as they will be at commercial and/or administrative risk if the wrong choices are made.
Uptime Institute’s Level Standards are the globally recognized standard for data center availability and overall performance. It allows for a variety of performance levels that take into account both the built environment and the approach and performance of the operations team. The standards define the topology and operational sustainability performance requirements for each stage classification and verify their implementation to ensure that the facility is designed, constructed and operated in accordance with these technical requirements.