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SeDuCe: Toward a testbed for research on thermal and power management in datacenters

Abstract : With the advent of Cloud Computing, the size of datacenters is ever increasing and the management of servers and their power consumption and heat production have become challenges. The management of the heat produced by servers has been experimentally less explored than the management of their power consumption. It can be partly explained by the lack of a public testbed that provides reliable access to both thermal and power metrics of server rooms. In this paper we propose SeDuCe, a testbed that targets research on power and thermal management of servers, by providing public access to precise data about the power consumption and the thermal dissipation of 48 servers integrated in Grid'5000 as the new ecotype cluster. We present the chosen software and hardware architecture for the first version of the SeDuCe testbed, highlighting its current limitation and proposing some improvements that will increase its relevance.
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Jonathan Pastor, Jean-Marc Menaud. SeDuCe: Toward a testbed for research on thermal and power management in datacenters. E2DC 2018 - 7th International Workshop on Energy-Efficient Data Centres, Jun 2018, Karlsruhe, Germany. pp.513-518, ⟨10.1145/3208903.3213523⟩. ⟨hal-01793521⟩



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