storage or switches auto shutdwon

HI all

we have some sort of data center that if the AC system down the temperature will be so high in just 30 min

yes we can auto shutdown the all servers . but i don't know how can i auto shutdown the network switches and storage system like clariion or VNX or even data domain

yes i can auto shutdown the SP and control station and data movers but the DAE which inculcated disks will keep ruining and will keep produce temperature  

so what the best way to have full shutdown in case the AC system down   ?


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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
My recommendation is to get managed PDUs (Power Distribution Units)  with temperature sensors which could automatically shutdown managed power ports on the PDU or alert you so that you could shutdown the desired ports you want.  You could order PDS and temperature sensors from APC, Tripplite, etc.  Is it recommended to have UPS, PDUs and sensors from same vendor for ease of use, integration and management.
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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
Hi,
for Clariion/VNX DAE I don't see any solutions sorry.
There is no way to remotely power off a DAE, maybe except control the power line from the APC if it has options...
Also DAE will produce temperature as you say, but there is no worry for their data if SP have been properly shutdown, because that means data in write cache has been written to disk.
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Most SANs have cache battery or non-volatile memory so ensure no data is lost in an event of power loss.  You should be able to shut off the SAN few minutes after the servers are shut off.  Below is a link to Tripplite PDU:

http://www.tripplite.com/switched-pdu-32a-230v-0u-vertical-outlets-c13-c19-blue-iec309-32a-2p+e-single-phase~PDUMV32HVNET/
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