Carbon Aware Computing - Design Prinzipien & Praktiken

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Carbon Aware Computing ist ein Baustein Systeme CO2 optimiert zu designen. Im Rahmen eines Projektes mit der UBS wurde der Carbon Aware SDK entwickelt mit dem Ziel, die UBS Risk Compute Plattform Carbon Aware zu gestalten und die Optimierungen zu Reporten. Basierend auf den Erfahrungen in diesem Projekt, werden wir die grundlegenden Design Prinzipien und Praktiken und Limitationen diskutieren. Ziel der Diskussion ist ein klares Bild zu erhalten, wann Carbon Aware Computing besonders effektiv ist, wo Limitationen sind und welche Praktiken sich empfehlen. Auch werden wir die notwendige Weiterentwicklung im Kontext der Software Carbon Intensity Specification diskutieren und welche Szenarien zur Optimierung sich daraus für Systeme ergeben. Alle Design Prinzipien und Praktiken sind explizit nicht an den Carbon Aware SDK als Werkzeug gebunden.


Christian Binder

Technical Program Management Ex-Microsoft

Christian Binder worked as a Principal Technical Program manager at Microsoft 1999- 2023. He is passionate about strategic software business development, designing and building software people care about. He loves collaborating, advocating and inspiring people to celebrate the process of creation and building the next generation of software while striving to design climate friendly systems as well as to tap into opportunities to make software more sustainable.

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