Redundancy in electrical power components and cooling backups are the core of reliability for data centers. If an electrical or cooling component fails, it is critical that the backup takes over without human intervention and without complications. The minimum risk of repair of the failed part is dependent on an aggressive, maintainable installation that employs breakers, valves and other isolation strategies. Another critical element of reliability is capacity and the ability to conduct high density monitoring. As components reach their full capacity, they become stressed and are prone to fail. These challenges can create difficulty for the service staff to sift through data and obtain vital information quickly, concisely and accurately.