Mitigating Risk with UL 3223: Transparency, Accountability and Documentation

Start Time: 10/15/2018 10:00:00 AM
End Time: 10/15/2018 11:00:00 AM

According to RightScale's 2017 report, 85 percent of enterprise organizations have a multi-cloud strategy--and 59 percent report use of more than 100 virtual machines. The growing adoption of cloud computing has created the risk of hampering companies and individuals during an infrastructure or network failure. The UL Data Center Certification Program helps mitigate risk by providing a set of criteria to increase end-user transparency, accountability, and proper documentation. This session details the criteria, known as UL3223, and how it successfully addresses the continued reliability and safety of data centers by evaluating key components of critical infrastructure.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the risks posed by the integration of multiple disciplines in the critical environment
2. Review UL3223 and its application to large scale colocation and hyperscale capacity
3. Analyze how UL3223's approach to integrating multiple disciplines of electrical, mechanical, security, life safety, building automation, and telecom creates a comprehensive service
4. Discuss the role and benefit of end-user transparency in UL3223

Presented by:

Paul E. Schlattman
Senior Vice President, Practice Leader
Environmental Systems Design, Inc.

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Robert J. James
Global Inspection Leader, Building, Fire, Life Safety and Security Industries

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Room Number: 101D

Audience: Advanced

CEU: 0.1



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