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  • Data Centre Infrastructure Management DCIM

    Where it fits with whats going on

  • ITIL reducing IT OPEX by 25%

    ITIL is about processes these are defined in two main areas

    ITIL Service Delivery processes :Service level managementService level managementCapacity management Financial management for IT services Availability Management IT service continuity management

    Service Delivery is concerned with setting up service level agreements and monitoring the targets within these agreements.

    On the operational level, the Service Support processes can be viewed as delivering service as laid down in these agreements.

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    delivering service as laid down in these agreements.

    ITIL Service support processes :Configuration managementChange managementR l tIT Infrastructure Library is the most widely accepted

    approach to IT Service Management internationally. ITIL processes covers IT service management best practice for internal IT departments and for managing outsourced service delivery.

    Release managementIncident managementProblem managementService desk

  • Change Management Release Management Configuration Management Other Service Management Processes

    Configuration Management Database CMDB Processes

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  • Platforms follow ITIL Processes

    IBM Tivoli Microsoft System CenterMicrosoft System Center BMC Remedy

    f HP Software EMC Ionix

  • The Data Centre --- Significant events

    UK is 65 million people how many DC needed 100 to 1000 estimatesFacebook 500 million provided by 10 DC

    Business computers are at Risk because Gaming uses 5X the CPUs

    Keith Cambron President and CEO of AT&T April 2010 100Gig with Cisco CRS-3 and the Ethernet Alliance has been testing 40gig interoperability.

    Steve Ballmer CEO, Microsoft 90% of staff deployed on CLOUD Computing

    Kevin Timmons GM Microsoft DC Preassembled SOLUTIONS

  • Standard Pre-Configured 6509 Basic Configurationg

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  • Example of Deployment Solutions

    Net-AccessNet-Access CiscoNet-Access Cisco 6509High Density

    Net-Access Cisco 9500Cisco Nexus 7010

    Net Access Cisco Nexus 7018

    Cisco 6509 High Density Servers in Net-SERV

    Cisco 9500

  • Ready Deployment to Best Practices

    VBLOCK

    V0 800 VM

    V1 3000 VMV1 3000 VM

    V2 6000 VMV2 6000 VM

    Known PUE

  • Physical layer Services

    Assessment Services CoverSPACE How to get more 35%-50%gCOOLING Focused on Air flow and containment issues with technical advice on CRAH operations andadvice on CRAH operations and placementPOWER Rack and Cabinet levelGROUNDING electrical assessmentGROUNDING electrical assessmentCABLING- the 1-10 - 40 -100 migration and the routing of cables in the DCPUE Assessing and measuring

  • Requirement for DCIMData Centre Infrastructure Management

  • Power Usage Effectiveness

    PUE = IT + DC power 100 watts + 100 watts = 2pIT power 100watts

    The Green Grid

    Traditions DC are PUE of 2.5 Inefficient Nirvana is 1Capgeminis new facility Merlin, Swindon .UK uses fresh air cooling PUE 1.08

  • Using new Servers

    PUE IT DC 50 tt 50 tt 2PUE = IT + DC power 50 watts + 50 watts = 2IT power 50watts

    1Nirvana is 1 Data Centre Efficiency

  • Requirement is Risk Mitigation

    User community

    Data Centre

    Application Deli erApplication Delivery

  • Power Consumption and CFD

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  • Initial step

    Do I monitor service d li ?delivery?

    Monitor DC Power andOver provision cooling

    Periodic CFD Analysis

  • Business Priority 11

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  • Platform Data Centre Management

    Line of Business Application after AuditLine of Business Application after AuditPlatform tracks by IP and MAC address

  • Platform Data Centre Management

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    Line of Business Application Normal OperationsLine of Business Application Normal OperationsBusiness is now at RISK

  • Provisioning, Moves, Changes and Fault MTTR

    Real Time Physical location TrackingSpeeds up Physical ProvisioningSimplifies and secures Moves andSimplifies and secures Moves and Changes from human errorReduces MTTR

  • Data Centre Infrastructure Management

    Line of Business ApplicationDCIM adds physical deployments, power and thermals

  • Data Centre Infrastructure Management

    No Wi dWindow of Risk

    Line of Business ApplicationDCIM automates physical layer tracking of moves and changes

  • DCIM in Virtual Environment

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    Line of Business ApplicationDCIM automates physical layer tracking of moves and changes

  • Logical to Physical Layer MappingNetwork Management Logical View

    Virtualization is another layer of abstractionof abstraction

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  • Software & Appliance Market Evolution: 2011-201524

  • Analyst Validation of DCIM Category

    Gartner (research note: G00174769) DCIM: Going Beyond IT by

    David Cappuccio

    Forrester (December 2009) Put DCIM Into Your

    Automation Plans by GalenAutomation Plans by Galen Schreck

    DCIM = Data Center Infrastructure Management

  • DCIM positioning with standards

    ITILITIL Real-Time Physical Connectivity Monitoring Automated

    Documentation &Reporting

    ConfigurationManagement

    Database (CMDB)

    Data Center Data Center SOXSOXTIA/EITIA/EI

    Unauthorized Physical Access and Physical Change Alerts

    Infrastructure Infrastructure ManagementManagement

    SOX SOX HIPPAHIPPAA 606A 606--AA Physical Location Tracking of IT Assets

    Physical Deployment Environment Monitoring and

    ISO ISO 1779917799

    Physical Deployment Environment Monitoring and Managing

    Automated Documentation

    Managed & Secure ServicesCompliant Labeling

    & Inventory Mgt.

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    Total Economic ImpactLayers 2-8Layers 0-7 (OSI)

    Layers 0 and 1 Provided by DCIM

    Power Thermal Connectivity Location RU space

    Layers 0-1 RU space

    Layers 2 through 7 Provided through integrations with

    management Platform

    Change managementCapacity managementEvent correlationEvent correlationPUE reporting

  • Example from IPLM

  • Cross-Connect Installations

  • Interconnect Installations

  • Enterprise Installations

  • Sensor Appliance

    Managed POU

    TemperatureHumidityAirflow Use as Appliance Manager

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    Airflow Use as Appliance Manager

  • Cabinet Integration

  • Reference Designs = Best Practices (Logical and Physical)

    L 3 A ti R tiLayer 3 Aggregation RoutingLayer 2 Access Bridging & Spanning Tree Protocol

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  • Cabinet Top TempsCabinet Top Temps vs. Used Power

    ASHRAE recommendations.(18-27 C or 64.4 deg F through 80.6 deg F)

  • Cabinet Elevation View

  • DCIM Physical Deployment by Line of business

    MonitorPlanD lDeploy

    Recovering 30% of Facilities timeRecovering 30% of Facilities time

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  • Questions ?