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Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie
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Rittal RiMatrixS presentatie

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Rittal infosessie: kennismaking met de nieuwe racks, cooling en power oplossingen - donderdag 3 april 2014 bij Rittal

Rittal infosessie: kennismaking met de nieuwe racks, cooling en power oplossingen - donderdag 3 april 2014 bij Rittal

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  • 1. 1Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 2. 2 Datacenter infrastructure Standardisation or not? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 3. Rittal - Facts World leader in system solutions Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT  Founded in 1961  Over 10,000 employees worldwide  Over 60 subsidiaries  11 production sites  Member of the Friedhelm Loh Group together with: Eplan, LKH, Kiesling Cideon and Stahlo  Products and solutions:  Enclosures  Power distribution  Climate control  IT infrastructure  Software & services
  • 4. 4 Rittal - A powerful alliance with the Friedhelm Loh Group Family- owned business Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 5. Rittal - Facts World leader in system solutions Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Rittal Belgium  +/- 52 full-time employees  Distribution unit for Belgium  Inbound: 2 trucks/day  Outbound: 5 trucks/day  3700 M² warehouse  4068 pallet rack locations  2200 bin locations  Delivery of all regions, 2 times a week  Workshop for modification and assembly
  • 6. Rittal – Products and Solutions Complete product portfolio for data centre infrastructure solutions Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Product portfolio Power distribution Monitoring Security solutions IT racks/ server racks Service and support Climate control Data centre
  • 7. Rittal – Products and Solutions Market trends and future developments Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT search enginesmobile appsvirtualisation simulation file sharing social media big data rendering email weather
  • 8. 8 Datacenter infrastructure Standardisation or not? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 9. 9 Standardisation: Standardisation is the process of developing and implementing technical standards. Standardisation can help to maximize compatibility, interoperability, safety, repeatability, or quality. It can also facilitate commoditization of formerly custom processes and create a situation in which all parties can realize mutual gains. Source: Wikipedia Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 10. 10Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT If it wasn't for standarisation, the most simple everyday objects would not have existed in the form as we know them now.
  • 11. Data centre standardisation: A change of paradigm Is every data centre really unique? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 12. Data centre standardisation: A change of paradigm Is every data centre really unique? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT  Existing data centre structures  Rack area with serverracks and networking racks  Cold/hot aisle containment  Cooling internal: Rack, inline, CRAC,…  Cooling external: Chillers, drycoolers, …  UPS room  Low-voltage power distribution Question yourselves: does every data centre really need to be unique?
  • 13. Demands on IT managers Complexity – Flexibility – Costs – Security Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT How can I react flexibly to the changing demands of internal and external customers? How can I manage the constantly increasing complexity? Which concrete measures can I take to combat increasing costs? How can I ensure the availability of my IT services?
  • 14. Demands on IT managers Complexity – Flexibility – Costs – Security Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Expandability, scalability Expansion for efficiency measurement Secure, reliable operation Transparent and consistent IT management Physical security Early fire detection Fire extinguishing Access log Increasing planning needs IT infrastructures Climate efficiency Data centre infrastructure management IT load over course of the day/month/quarter Managed reports
  • 15. Demands on IT managers Frustration? Or relaxed? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 16. Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Complexity
  • 17. Complexity in data centre design Keep IT simple? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 18. 18Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT The first mass-produced data centre RiMatrix S
  • 19. Complexity in data centre design Keep IT simple? Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Dimensions: LxWxH 7,000 x 2,750 x 2,710 mm = 19.25 m² Electrical performance: 60 kW redundant Usable U: 294 Cooling output: 60 kW redundant Ready-for-connection Integrated partitions Power technology/UPS Power distribution Fire detection/fire extinguishing Cable duct systemBase systemCold aisle containment Climate control technology 19" rack system
  • 20. Complexity in data centre design IT Infrastructures Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Standard room Container Security rooms
  • 21. Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Flexibility
  • 22. Complexity in data centre design Expandability - Flexibility Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Data centre module (bayed IT racks)  Basic data centre module  One bayed enclosure suite including containment  Extended data centre module  Two bayed enclosure suites, mirror symmetry  Design (for each module)  19” frame for max. packing density  Raised floor with supply channels for power supply and cooling  Cable routes above the frame structure
  • 23. Complexity in data centre design Expandability - scalability Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Modules
  • 24. Complexity in data centre design Expandability - scalability Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Single 6, 60 kW n+1 Double 9, 180 kW n+1 Single 9, 90 kW n+1 Double 6, 120 kW n+1 Internal dimensions LxWxH 7,000 x 2,750 x 2,710 mm Internal dimensions LxWxH 7,000 x 4,776 x 2,710 mm
  • 25. Complexity in data centre design Expansion for efficiency measurement Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT  Modular UPS Redundant PDUs Energy protection Efficiency measurement  intelligent PDU and LVMD Power distribution
  • 26. Complexity in data centre design Secure reliable operation Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Cooling  n+1 redundancy in cooling  Space-saving configuration Chiller packages – Cooling container
  • 27. Complexity in data centre design Secure reliable operation Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Climate area server: Max. server supply air temperature within ASHRAE limit threshold to increase energy efficiency. Climate area UPS battery: A 10-year battery life-cycle is normally specified for an ambient temperature of 20ºC. Using separate control of the air volumes, lower supply air temperatures can be achieved compared to the server area despite the same flow temperature.
  • 28. Flexibility in data centre design Transparent and consistent IT management Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Applications ▪ Server, storage, switches, router ▪ Applications, support, service level agreements IT infrastructure ▪ Power and cooling supply ▪ Rack and room monitoring Management software (e.g. Tivoli, Nagios…) Management software (e.g. data centre infrastructure management…)
  • 29. Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Costs
  • 30. Costs in data centres Climate efficiency Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT PUE
  • 31. Costs in data centres Economic efficiency - PUE Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Exterior: 10°C Flow: 22°C Server supply air: 26°C PUE: < 1,1 Fan speed: < 61% delta T intake-side: < 18K Guaranteed PUE
  • 32. Costs in data centres Economic efficiency Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Source: © ASHRAE 2012 American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers © January 2012 by Ron Hughes-Data CentreDynamics ASHRAE Intelligent control algorithm, optimised system within the recommended values  Temperature  2004: 20ºC to 25ºC - recommended  2008: 18ºC to 27ºC - recommended  2011: 5ºC to 40ºC - permitted  Humidity  2004: 40% to 55% - recommended  2008: 35% to 60% - recommended  2011: 20% to 80% - recommended
  • 33. Costs in data centres Data centre infrastructure management Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT DCIM  Monitoring and visualisation of all system-relevant parameters  Alarm management with e-mail reports  Involvement in building services management due to support from OPC  Optional energy optimisation * OPC = OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) for process control
  • 34. Costs in data centres Data centre infrastructure management Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Server-out temperature (ºC) IT load (kW) Flow rate (l/min) Infrastructure load (kW) Total load (kW) Server-in temperature (ºC) Delta p (Pa)
  • 35. Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Security
  • 36. Security in data centres Early fire detection and fire extinguishing Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Automatic fire detection at a very early stage Automatic alarm Early fire detection Fire extinguished by fire brigade Fire warning and extinguishing system Immediate and automatic extinction Automatic fire detection at a very early stage Automatic alarm
  • 37. Security in data centres Physical security Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Fire Extinguishing water Corrosive gases Vandalism Unauthorised access Electromagn. interference Dust Falling debris Theft/ burglary Standard room Container Security rooms Unauthorised access Falling debris Theft/ burglary Fire Extinguishing water
  • 38. Security in data centres Simplified certification Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT The data centre concept : RiMatrix S  The concept must accommodate any availability claims by any customers. This is based on the tier classification (Tier I – IV).  Based on: DIN EN 50600-1; VDE 0801-600-1:2012-01:2012-01  RiMatrix S systems are pre-certified so that complete certifications are made considerably more easily and more quickly. Pre-certified modules Guaranteed quality! Time-saving! Predictable costs!
  • 39. Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Conclusion
  • 40. Conclusion Standardisation = Flexibility + Costs + Efficiency + Security Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Security A holistic organisation and high availability should be key factors for the configuration of IT infrastructures and IT systems Efficiency Permanently increasing costs demand efficient planning and efficient operation – with indices already available in the planning/investment phase Costs An optimised IT infrastructure and control algorithms within the ASHRAE recommended values help to combat increasing energy prices Flexibility Standardisation ensures faster availability of the IT infrastructure and thus of the services / applications (time-to-market) Technical and economic optimisation of design, organisation and operation of data centres thanks to RiMatrix S standardised data centre modules
  • 41. Conclusion Motivation Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT
  • 42. Conclusion Guaranteed performance Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT PUE calculation already prior to implementation! The data centre module:  It is a standard product  Efficiency performance curves have been determined in the laboratory and confirmed by TÜV  The PUE on the installation site can be derived from these curves in relation to the annual temperature curve  Guaranteed PUE, low absolute PUE level up to € 27,000 at 60 kW, PUE 1.3 to 1.7 We guarantee the PUE rating!
  • 43. Conclusion Guaranteed performance Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Single producer Turn-key delivery Single contact For all questions Financial framework Defined from the beginning, no additional costs Pre-assembled modules Safety during installation Planning security Minimisation of risks Short assembly time Installation within 5 days Planning costs halved Approx. € 5,000-10,000 at 60 kW Operational safety Minimisation of risks 1:1 references Reference visits Optimum operating features of the modules Efficient operation High availability Thanks to pre-configured modules Cost savings Reduced complexity Greater availability Error-tolerant design
  • 44. 44Filip Gosselin / Product Manager IT Thank you!

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