Latest news and updates about our project, including updates on relevant standards, notification of stakeholder meetings and newly published documents.
The project is now complete and the final report is available.
Minutes and presentations from the 25th April meeting are now available on the Documents page, together with draft reports.
Stakeholder have the unique opportunity to be involved in the European beta test of the Server Efficiency Rating Tool (SERT) suite version (1.1.1) at no cost. Stakeholders can find more information and register their interest in participating on the SERT evaluation programme page.
The goal of the European SPEC (Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation) symposium is to share ideas, discuss current and future challenges, and present current work-in-progress and state-of-the-art research in server efficiency. The keynote speech “What is a Good Benchmark?” will be conducted by Jeremy Arnold (SPECpower Committee, Architect), and our project team will present on work in progress on server efficiency standards and metrics, and initial findings from EC testing activities. The full programme is available at https://event-wizard.com//files/clients/28VJ04UF/SPEC_Symposion16-Server_Efficiency_Program-European-1.pdf
Attendance is free. If you would like to attend please register at https://event-wizard.com/SPECsymposiumEurope/0/welcome/
The first stakeholder meeting was held on 13th November, at Salle Michel Ayral BREY, 12th Floor DG Growth, Avenue d’Auderghem 45, 1049 Brussels.
A full agenda, presentations to the meeting and the interim report presented at the meeting are available in the documents section of this website along with the minutes.
The website Ecodesign Technical Assistance on Standards for Enterprise Servers and Data Storage project has been formally launched today, 27th July 2015. The project is investigating possible standardised measurement methods. There is a provisional date for the first stakeholder meeting – see the meetings page for details;
Please register, if you haven’t already, to be kept informed of developments.