Catégorie : Outils

A lire : Green IT Best Practices

Cet ouvrage au titre interminable (Green Computing and Green IT Best Practices on Regulations and Industry Initiatives, Virtualization, Power Management, Materials Recycling and Telecommuting) traite du Green IT, quelques idées un peu touffues, éparses, pas encore l’ITIL (*) du green IT, mais ça viendra.

* ITIL : IT Infrastructure Library est un ensemble de “best practices” pour la gestion d’un service Informatique, utilisées comme référence pour de très nombreuses grandes entreprises dans le monde.

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Résumé (en anglais) de l’ouvrage :

Green computing is the environmentally responsible use of computers and related resources. Such practices include the implementation of energy-efficient central processing units (CPUs), servers and peripherals as well as reduced resource consumption and proper disposal of electronic waste (e-waste).

Green IT is taking on a bigger role for many reasons, this book covers all areas including an increased awareness of environmental danger; concern about power bills; regulatory requirements; government procurement rules; and a sense that corporations should embrace social responsibility.

But IT is still responsible for 2% of all carbon releases, and it’s coming from many sources. Fast memory for instance is getting to be a surprisingly high energy consuming item.

This is a great book as it highlights Green IT in a clear and compelling way and shows how, really, the business case for sustainability has been largely proven. This is a quality, believable business book that will help especially managerial staff understand this topic in biz terms most known to them.

Thierry Roch