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In addition, many more specialized optimizations are included. See this list for a detailed overview.

The upshot of all these optimizations is that Python 3.7 is fast . It is simply the fastest version of CPython released so far.

Let’s start with the simple answer. If you want to try out any of the new features you have seen here, then you do need to be able to use Python 3.7. Using tools such as pyenv or Anaconda makes it easy to have several versions of Python installed side by side. There is no downside to installing Python 3.7 and trying it out.

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With the obvious caveat that you should always do thorough testing before upgrading your production environment, there are very few things in Python 3.7 that will break earlier code ( async and await becoming keywords is one example though). If you are already using a modern Python, upgrading to 3.7 should be quite smooth. If you want to be a little conservative, you might want to wait for the release of the first maintenance release—Python 3.7.1— tentatively expected some time in July 2018 .

Arguing that you should make your project 3.7 only is harder. Many of the new features in Python 3.7 are either available as backports to Python 3.6 (data classes, importlib.resources ) or conveniences (faster startup and method calls, easier debugging, and -X options). The latter, you can take advantage of by running Python 3.7 yourself while keeping your code compatible with Python 3.6 (or lower).

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DAMAC Structures are made up of four components that comprise all the elements of a modern aisle-containment design:

You can choose just the cabinet anchoring and aisle-containment units, add the cable routing, or get a system that is preconfigured for your desired power distribution busway. The system is highly flexible and can be designed to accommodate any size server cabinet or network rack. Third-party components can also be incorporated into DAMAC’s prefabricated system.

Each component of the DAMAC Structure is manufactured to our exacting standards, with tubular steel construction and fabricated brackets for both flexibility and durability. DAMAC’s patented quick-connect system and adjustable channels and tracks make modifications simple. Structures can also be coupled together in a daisy-chain configuration.

DAMAC is a pioneer in the development of modular structures for web-scale IT environments, and has evolved the concept to meet the requirements of today’s data centers. Crafted from the finest materials using best-in-class manufacturing processes, DAMAC Structures represent the leading edge in data center infrastructure design.

Contact us today to learn how DAMAC Structures can benefit your data center and check out our whitepaper .

DAMAC Structures comprise four components that can be mixed, matched and configured to your exact specifications. Each unit is highly customized yet allows for rapid, cost-effective implementation, agility and scalability.

Base Unit: The Base Unit of the DAMAC Structures system creates a self-contained cabinet anchoring and aisle-containment platform The Base Unit can be designed in any length, width and height to accommodate the physical environment and the racks and cabinets to be installed within it. The Base Unit has built-in anchoring provisions for server cabinets and racks, eliminating the need to anchor individual racks to the concrete slab or raised floor. When the Base Unit is bolted to the floor it creates a seismic anchoring surface yet allows for easy moves, adds and changes.

Aisle Containment System: The Base Unit also supports a tilt-up, prefabricated Aisle Containment System in hot or cold configuration. The Aisle Containment System encapsulates the aisle way and caps the end of the Structure with the door style of your choice. This increases the flexibility of the structure by eliminating the need to attach an aisle-containment system to the ceiling or racks. The aisle way enables human access to the equipment while maintaining an enclosed environment for cooling efficiency.

Cable Routing System: The Cable Routing System is a preinstalled basket tray that runs along the top of the Base Unit to manage data communication cabling.

Overhead Busway: The Structure can also be prefabricated to support an Overhead Busway of your choice.

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Traditional data centers are built from the ground up by anchoring cabinets and racks to the floor then adding aisle containment, cable routing and overhead power distribution. The process is time- and labor-intensive, with each phase typically handled by a different contractor.

With DAMAC Structures, we handle the entire process, from design and manufacturing through onsite assembly. As a result, DAMAC Structures can be up and running in 75 percent less time than a traditional facility.

Other benefits include:

With DAMAC Structures, you gain all the benefits of an agile, cost-optimized data center infrastructure without the need for complex, multiphase construction projects. Let us put the benefits of DAMAC Structures to work in your facility.

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