Possessing the right set of Data Center Documentation is as vital as the systems, active components and redundancies implanted in the data center. TechXact delivers a leading task-force in this arena who’s mission is to align the industry’s latest and best practices and guidelines with the realities on the ground, coupled with the prevailing local codes and procedures to deliver optimize set of practical documentation customized individually for every data center.
Data Center Manuals
Developing Data Center Manuals at the operational level, service level, mechanical, cooling, power, security and structural level; indexing and archiving a full set of data center active and passive components, warranties, support procedures, references, codes and certifications are a glimpse of what needs to be properly developed and organized for any operational data center in an efficient and referenceable data center manual.
Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
Data Center SLA is the binding mechanism for ensuring level of service availability as it pertains to vendors, service providers, operators and contractors from one end and services provided by the data center operator to the clients of the data center supporting the pledge everybody guarantees one another. TechXact data center operation and maintenance technical writers along with legal colleagues put together some of the most practical, secure and suitable SLAs per industry application and specific characteristics of every data center.
RFPs, RFQs and RFIs
Request for proposals, quotations or information are not simple tasks when it comes data centers and issuing accurate bids that give just the right amount of information to the participating or bidding parties while preserving the confidentiality of the data center merits when such information becomes publicized. TechXact consultants while developing Data Center RFP documents are experts in specifying the capacities, quantities, features and requirements both technically and commercially as and where they should be to query from the market and ask precisely what’s required for data centers.
Preparing Data Center Specification Documents, quality assurance check lists, test scripts, commissioning and decommissioning procedures, issue tracking and reporting, implementation procedures, project management methodologies and industry specialized data center documentations across financial sectors, defense sectors, aviation, transport, telecom and the whole spectrum of diverse industries where each have their own limitations, sensitivities as well as availability and procedural requirements.