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Dimensionnement d'un centre de données autonome alimenté 100% par des énergies renouvelables

Abstract : Over the past two decades, the resilience of IT infrastructure such as data centers has become a major concern for IT giants such as Google or Amazon. Data centers powered by renewable energy have been proposed. But due to the intermittency of these energy alternatives, these platforms remain connected to the conventional power grid. The IT structure and electrical constraints have often been addressed separately, leading to an inefficient overall system. In this paper, a decarbonized energy self-sufficient data center is modeled and designed, proposing an electrically self-sufficient infrastructure including wind turbines, solar panels and short (batteries) and long term (hydrogen systems) storage devices. The dimensioning of such an infrastructure is one of the main issues of the DATAZERO2 project. This article shows how to reduce and fight over-sizing by questioning the impact of reducing computing or storage elements (servers and batteries) on the quality of service.
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Manal BENAISSA, Georges da Costa, Jean-Marc Nicod. Dimensionnement d'un centre de données autonome alimenté 100% par des énergies renouvelables. Conférence francophone d'informatique en Parallélisme, Architecture et Système (COMPAS 2022), MIS : Laboratoire Modélisation, Informatique et Système (Université de Picardie Jules Verne), Jul 2022, Amiens, France. paper 24. ⟨hal-03759930⟩



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