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Energy Efficiency Policy at CESGA

  1. 1. Energy Efficiency Policy at CESGA Javier García Tobío , Ignacio López Cabído, Carlos Fernández Sánchez, Javier Cacheiro López Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia Zaragoza, January 2013
  2. 2. INDEX CESGA: - Institution - Infrastructures - Evolution of uses - Activities and Services - Some Projects
  3. 3. INDEX CESGA: - Energy Efficiency Policy: - Reasons and Objective - Before the Plan - The Plan: - Acivities - Metrics - Results - Next Actions
  4. 4. CESGA MISSION STATEMENT To provide high performance computing and advanced communications resources and services to the scientific community of Galicia and to the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), as well as, to institutions and enterprises with RTD activity. To promote high quality research in Computational Science in close collaboration with the research community from Galicia as well as from other regions or countries all over the world; contributing in this way to the advancement of science, to transfer technology to industry and administrations, and as consequence, to the wellbeing of society as a whole.
  5. 5. CESGA BOARD OF TRUSTEES • Non Profit Foundation • Regional Government of Galicia • National Reseach Council of Spain PARTNERS
  6. 6. CESGA USER COMMUNITY  Universities of Galicia  Regional Research Centres  Spanish National Research Council Centres  Other National and Foreign Institutions:  Hospitals: RTD Departments  Private Companies  Technological Centres  Other Non Profit RTD Centres Excellence in Management ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management UNE166002 R&D Management
  7. 7. CESGA IS: • Service Provider
  8. 8. CESGA IS: Research Centre: Joint RTD&i Project Promoter Projects (2001-2011) -UE 30 -National 19 -Regional 70 -With Industry & Others 31 Total 150
  9. 9. CESGA IS: Outstanding e-Infrastructures for RTDi – Computing platforms – Data storage servers – Communications network
  10. 10. CESGA IS: Government Advisor -Participation in EC prospective activities -Co-author of the Spanish e-Science White Paper -Galician Representative in Spanish e-Science Initiative -Galician Representative in IBERGRID -Galician Representative in RedIRIS -Galician Representative in National Grid Initiative (Spanish NGI) -Promoter of the Galician Universities Library Consortium (BUGALICIA) -Promoter of the Galician Open Software Initiative (Mancomun) -Advisor in the drafting of Galician Research Technological Development & Innovation Plans -Advisor in the drafting of Galician Information Society Plans - …
  11. 11. CESGA IS: Promoter of Scientific Thematic Networks & Technological Platforms -Promoter of Galician Technology Centres Network (RETGALIA) -Promoter of Galician ICT Technology Platform (Vindeira) -Partner & Promoter of “Instituto Tecnológico de Matemática Industrial (ITMATI)” -Partner & Promoter of various scientific thematic networks: • Galician Colorectal Cancer Research Network • Galician Bioinformatics Network • Galician Network of High Perfomance Computing • Mathematica Consulting: Transfering Math to Industry • Galician e-learning Thematic Network • …
  12. 12. CESGA IS: European Project Best Practice – eBSN: European e-Business Support Network (e-MINDER Project). – Lifelong Learning Initiatives (e-HOSPITAL Project). – Youth Employment Support, New Skills Network (YES Project). – European Grid for e-Science Production Site 2008 (EGEE Project). – European Grid Initiative (EGI Project)
  13. 13. CESGA IS: Partner to Universities’ Excellence Campuses - Partner of International Campus of Excellence in Ocean Science for the EuroRegion Galicia – North of Portugal - Partner of International Campus of Excellence for Life Science
  14. 14. CESGA IS: Promoter of e-Infrastructure Knowledge - Partner of Official Post Graduate Programmes 74 Ph.D. Theses defended using CESGA computing resources (2003 – 2011) - Masters Programme in Mathematical Methods and Numerical Simulation in Engineering and Applied Sciences. - Masters Programme in High Performance Computing
  15. 15. Technology evolution at CESGA
  16. 16. Evolution of CPU usage
  17. 17. Computing users
  18. 18. Users scientific production
  19. 19. RECETGA exchanged traffic
  20. 20. CESGA USER TECHNICAL HELPDESK SERVICE REQUEST IN 2011
  21. 21. HPC SERVICES USER SATISFACTION LEVELS
  22. 22. CESGA’S STAFF
  23. 23. CESGA: A selection of significant Projects
  24. 24. Galician Regional Weather Forecasting Service
  25. 25. Galician Regional Weather Ocean Service
  26. 26. More detailed Climate simulations to better inform the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) UVIGO Juan Antonio Añel Cabanelas
  27. 27. Puertos del Estado Spanish Port Authority Enrique Álvarez Fanjul European IBI Area: Ocean Forecasting Service
  28. 28. Oceanographic simulation to better understand fisheries population dynamics Instituto Español de Oceanografía Manuel Ruiz Villarreal
  29. 29. Galician Public Health Administration ULTRASEQUENCING SERVICE: complete genome sequencing FGMX – USC – CHUS - CESGA Ángel Carracedo Fundación Galega de Medicina Xenómica
  30. 30. Molecular Docking for fast track malaria drug design Scientists Against Malaria Hugo Gutierrez de Terán Fundación Galega de Medicina Xenómica
  31. 31. Molecular Docking techniques aimed at design of Alzheimer drugs UAB – USC - FGMX Xavier Daura Hugo Gutierrez de Terán
  32. 32. Simulation aimed at the optimization of radiotherapy treatment dosage CHUVI-CHUS-USC-CESGA Proxecto e-IMRT
  33. 33. New material Design for nuclear plant safety Instituto de Fusión Nuclear UPM Sergio Eduardo Courtin Vega
  34. 34. Computational fluid dynamics for new turbine design CENER Sugoi Gómez
  35. 35. CTAG : Galician Automotive Technology Centre Numerical Simulation for Engineering
  36. 36. Large scale electromagnetism simulation for improved radar systems UVIGO – UNEX – CESGA Fernando Obelleiro Basteiro
  37. 37. Exploring complexity to better describe Ecological networks Estación Biológica de Doñana CSIC Jordi Bascompte
  38. 38. European Grid Initiative (EGI): Monitoring & Accounting Service
  39. 39. CESGA DATA CENTRE
  40. 40. FINIS TERRAE SUPERCOMPUTER
  41. 41. CESGA DATA CENTRE: FinisTerrae
  42. 42. CESGA ENERGY EFFICIENCY PLAN (CEEP)
  43. 43. CEEP: REASONS THE MOST IMPORTANT COSTS AT CESGA: - PERSONNEL - ELECTRICITY - MAINTENANCE
  44. 44. CEEP: REASONS IMPACT OF COST OF ENERGY AT CESGA: - INCREASING OF IT RESOURCES - INCREASING OF KW COST - BUDGET RESTRICITIONS - CONTRIBUTION TO REDUCTION OF CO2 EMISION
  45. 45. CEEP: OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OF THE ENERGY EFFCIENCY PLAN: ACHIEVE SIMILAR INDICATORS TO THE MOST EFFICIENT SUPERCOMPUTING CENTRES
  46. 46. CEEP: BEFORE THE PLAN SOME CONDITIONS: - PLAN DEVELOPED AN MANAGED BY SYSTEMS DPT. - SPECIAL SUPPORT BY THE DIRECTION - IMPLICATION OF ALL DPTS. - ROI IN SHORT-MEDIUM TERM - SPECIAL ATTENTION TO RAS - TIME PERIOD: 2010-2015
  47. 47. CEEP: BEFORE THE PLAN SOME PREVIOUS ACTIONS: - TECHNOLOGY OBSERVATION. - ANALYSIS THERMOGRAPHIC OF COMPUTERS ROOM AND INFRASTRUCTURES. - INITIAL STUDY MADE BY AN EXTERNAL AUDITOR
  48. 48. CEEP: BEFORE THE PLAN - INITIAL STUDY MADE BY AN EXTERNAL AUDITOR
  49. 49. INITIAL STATUS ANALYSIS (2009)
  50. 50. CLIMATISATION Chilled Water Plants: 2 x 580 KW8 CRAH: 8 x 150 Kw
  51. 51. GENERATOR & UPS
  52. 52. DATA INTAKE Electrical line schemas Building blueprints Equipment technical data & manuals Energy consumption data Consumption and billing registry
  53. 53. ELECTRIC MEASUREMENTS 1. General Switch 2. PP SAI 1 3. PP SAI 2 4. UPS 60 5. UPS 120 6. CPD Climatisation 7. Centre Climatisation 8. Chiller Plant 2 9. UPS Climatisation unit 2 10. Lighting General Switch 11. Basement Lighting General Switch (IGALS) 12. Exterior Lighting 13. CPD Lighting 14. Corridor Lighting 15. Main Floor Lighting 16. First Floor Lighting
  54. 54.  Puntos existentes que favorecen el ahorro energético • Free Cooling- Enfriadoras • Recuperación Calor-Enfriadora • Bomba de calor Sistema de Climatización 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EQUIPOS L-15 ENFRIADORAS RECUPERACIÓN CALOR ENFRIADORA SALA CPD GF1 GF2 FAN-COILS OFICINAS SIST. PASILLOS B.C DATA CENTRE CHILL DEMAND
  55. 55. • Detectores de presencia sala CPD • Lámparas fluorescentes con balasto electrónico zona centra planta primera Sistema de Iluminación
  56. 56. LIGHTING, TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY MEASUREMENTS (1/3)
  57. 57. LIGHTING, TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY MEASUREMENTS (2/3)
  58. 58. LIGHTING, TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY MEASUREMENTS (3/3)
  59. 59. THERMOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENTS
  60. 60. BUILDING CONSUMPTION DISTRIBUTION
  61. 61. POWER CONSUMPTION DISTRIBUTION
  62. 62. CLIMATISATION CONSUMPTION DISTRIBUTION
  63. 63. LIGHTING CONSUMPTION DISTRIBUTION
  64. 64. ADVISE FOR IMPROVEMENT .  Improvements in control  Improvements in lighting  Improvements in climatisation  Improvements in computing servers  Improvements in the water  Substituting energy sources
  65. 65. CEEP: PLAN OF ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY TYPE DATE COST IMPACT - Monitor & Management integrated System Inf Q4, 10 Medium High - Closing cold aisles Inf Q1, 10 Medium High - Interface for temperature monitoring Inf Q3, 10 Medium - Measurement of impact increasing of temperature in EDP Inf Q1, 11 Low - Measurement of impact of increasing of temperature of water Inf Q1, 11 Low - Increasing of temperature in EDP room Inf Q2, 11 Low High - Increasing of temperature in water Inf Q2, 11 Low High - Chillers watering cooling Inf Q2,11 Low Low - Updating heating system Inf Q2, 12 High Medium - Updating fan systems Inf Q4, 11 High High - Free cooling optimisation and heat recovering Inf Q1, 12 Medium High - Improvement of cold / hot aisles Inf Q1-Q4, 12 Low Medium - Improvement of wires under floor deployment Inf Q2, 10 Low Low - Deployment of comfort temperature. Management System Inf Q1, 11 Medium Medium -Techno-económic study of diabatic system Inf 3Q,13 - Improvement of Humidity Management Inf Q3,12 Low Low - Techno-economic study of hot water system Inf/IT Q1,13 - Effective acomplishment of rules for public buildings climatization Inf Q2, 11 Low Medium - Climatization System
  66. 66. CEEP: PLAN OF ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY TYPE DATE COST IMPACT - Interface for energy monitoring Inf. Q4, 10 Low High - Installation of capacitors Inf. Q2, 10 Medium Medium - SAI's substitution Inf. Q4, 12 High Medium - Photovoltaic deployement Inf. Q1, 14 High Low - Reduction of standby energy comsumption in power generator Inf. Q1,14 Medium Low - Techno-economic three generation energy study Inf. Q4,14 - Techno-economic study of DC vs AC Inf. Q3,15 - POWER SUPPLY
  67. 67. CEEP: PLAN OF ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY TYPE DATE COST IMPACT - Identification of low productive equipments IT 4Q, 10 Low - Updating of critical low productive equipments IT 1Q11-4Q11 High High - Updating of critical low productive storage systems IT 4Q, 11 High High - Consolidating servers IT 2Q11-2Q12 High High - Analysis of cloud for HPC IT 3Q, 10 Low - Cloud deployment IT 1Q, 11 Low Low - IT EQUIPMENTS
  68. 68. CEEP: PLAN OF ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY TYPE DATE COST IMPACT LEADER - Technology Observation IT/Inf Monthly Low - Periodic External Auditories IT/Inf Yearly High Medium - Following Auditories recommendations IT/Inf Yearly - Best Practices: education and training IT/Inf Yearly Low - Including energy efficiency like a value in public tenders IT/Inf Permanent Low High - UNE-EN 16001:2010 Inf. Q4, 12 High Medium - Integration of CESGA in GreenStart Network IT/Inf Q3,13 - Development of R&D in this field IT/Inf Permanent Low Low - Staff awakening: seminars, information, etc. IT/Inf Permanent Low Low - GENERAL ACTIVITIES
  69. 69. CEEP: MAIN METRICS - PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) - KWh consumed - Computational performance (GFLOPS) by kw - Monthly budget for electricuty - Temperature in computational nodes - Temperature in water circuit - Relative humidity in EDP room
  70. 70. CLOSURE OF COLD AISLES
  71. 71. CLOSURE OF COLD AISLES
  72. 72. CLOSURE OF COLD AISLES
  73. 73. CLOSURE OF COLD AISLES
  74. 74. CONCLUSIONS: savings obtained -Mechanisms for server’s power saving: 33.900 €/year - Consolidation of SVG nodes: 6.300 €/year - Disk consumption vs Tape consumption: 575 €/year - Free-AIR Cooling: 260.000 €/year
  75. 75. - Enclosing of cold aisles: 6 ºC temperature decrease and increase of cold aisle temperature up to 27ºC 105.000 €/year - CRAHs: variable speed fans 30.000 €/year - Automatic suspension/turn off of inactive nodes: 22.000 €/year - Partial renovation of FinisTerrae nodes 70.000 €/year CONCLUSIONS: savings obtained
  76. 76. CURRENT AND FUTURE WORK - Optimisation of the use of memories internal hierarchy. - Job planner that takes into account the cost of KWh depending on the hour and date. - Renewable energy supply.
  77. 77. CESGA: a way to make EUROPE

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