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  • When we talk about savings, here are some examples of what our customers are seeing.TCO / ROI Travelport reduced their cost of computing by 39% overall at the solution level, $5.65 million over 5 years.CapEx: -NightHawk Radiology: 50% reduction in physical servers, 80% less cablingHolmesglen TAFE Reduces Server Hardware Costs by 30%, Uses 50% Less Space in the Data Centre - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/HolmesglenTAFE.pdf -Audience View Tracking saw a 25% decrease in opeprating costs-Cineca was able to quickly and easily migrate 96% of our physical servers to virtual machines.“-Converge saved as much as $200,000 in VMware licensing costs and reduced rack servers from 25 to 6OpExUniversity of Colorado shrinks footprint by 90% and reduces power use by $600,000 USD – http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/%20collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/case_%20study_NetApp_Cisco_Kilo_Lab.pdfDisaster Recovery -Pitt Ohio’s standard servers, with 8 to 15 GB of data, can be fully backed up in three to five minutes. VMs can be restoredin anywhere from five minutes to an hour, instead of 8 to 12 hours. Full remote accessibility enables them torestore a system from anywhere. When a large SQL server went down over a weekend, they were able tocompletely restore it in 40 minutes from his home with no need to involve the database administrator.–Miami Children’s Hospital has reduced backup times by 50% http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/miami_childrens_hospital_cs.pdf Deployment Times-Euronet Worldwide implements and provisions virtual servers 95% faster with UCS – http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/euronet-deploys-cisco-unified-computing-system-and-cloud-infrastructure-nasdaq-csco-1507480.htm -NetApp deploys 10,000 virtual machine servers in less than 1 hour. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/%20collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/case_%20study_NetApp_Cisco_Kilo_Lab.pdf-Audience View Tracking reduced server provisioning from 1.5 days to 1 hour-Consert was able to get the [UCS] racks up, configured, and actually have virtual machines running within about three days from when we took the products out of the box -National FFA Organization reduced time spent managing physical servers by 80%-Enspire reduced provisioning from 13 to 6 weeks, with goal of achieving 2-wk deployments IT Staffing–Miami Children’s Hospital is at all time high for network availability, 99.999% - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/miami_childrens_hospital_cs.pdf –Exam Works reduced potential need for 20 admins per 1000 employees down to 4, saving an a projected $1.1 million USD annually-CareCore reduced time to launch new lines of business from 6 months to 2 weeks and increased time software engineers can devote to development from 50% to 80%-Columbia Sportswear reduced IT management costs for their SAP deployment-RUN Balzano estimates that their engineers are spending at least 10% less time on management Power/Cooling- University of Colorado: 90% savings in power consumption-Travelport reduced power and cooling cost by 69% with UCS.-Cisco IT saves 66% on power, 50% on cables and reduces licensing, support and maintenance cost by migrating critical applications like Oracle RAC and SAP ERP from HP Superdome to UCS AND gets faster response times –http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ciscoitatwork/data_center/docs/Cisco_IT_Case_Study_OracleMigrationtoUCS.pdf-National FFA Organization lowered power consumption by 40%Application PerformanceAvago Technologies: Accelerated long-running batch processes by 30-40% Despite adding third data center, previous platform, memory utilization averaged 60 to 80% and peaked at 100%, with UCS it’s just 15%Taser: 50x application performance improvementEMC moves the world’s largest Oracle E-Business Suite apps off UNIX/RISC to Cisco UCS and got 51% to 95% performance improvements on quote and configuration activities with reduced power cost and complexity, at the same time delivering high availability capabilities in an effective, cost affordable better than previously possible – http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/cisco_emc_risc_migration_case_study.pdfGalliker Transport AG (Switzerland) two UCS systems deliver 4x the performance (75% better performance) than previously provided by their entire computer room (11 racks) and at the same time cut cabling by 80%.

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  • 1. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1Enabling Efficient Data Centerswith Cisco UCSKevin Egan - CiscoWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 2. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2• Look at newest vender Server solutions?• Compare vendor Power Calculators?• Compare industry power Benchmarks?• Virtualize and Consolidate?• Move to a private Cloud?• Rethink your Entire Architecture?Time To Refresh IT For Efficiency – What Do You Do?
  • 3. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3Flawed System For Comparing Actual Efficiencies• Benchmarks?• Measures such as SPECpower_ssj2008 have notbeen updated in 5 years.• Narrowly focused incremental max & idleperformance without looking at ecosystemefficiency.• Highly Tuned – Penalized for shared resourcesPower Calculators and BenchmarksActual Power UtilizationNameplatePower Calculator(Max)Power Calculator(Typical)• Power Calculators?• No Industry Standard means vendors can be asliberal/conservative as they please.• Is 20% +/- ok with you?
  • 4. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4Servers Account For Lion’s Share of DC Energy - TrueIT Energy Operational Costs4Sources: Gartner Dataquest, Forecast of IT Hardware Energy Consumption, Worldwide, 2005-2012. and ASHRAE/DoE “Save Energy Now” 2009.IT EquipmentReal DC Savings Real Compute Savings Hot Aisle/Cold Aisle/Containment Increase Supply Air Temperature VFD Blowers/Free Cooling New Technologies - Flywheel UPS Increase Utilization – Made for 100% Virtualization and Consolidation Lean Provisioning/Right Sizing Reprovision & Repurpose QuicklyTransportation25%Building25%Manufacturing50%IT Equipment46%Other11%Heating /Cooling23%Fans8%UPS8%Lighting4%Compute63%Storage23%Total EnergyConsumptionEnterpriseBuildingsNetworking14%
  • 5. •Reduce power by reducing number of components•Better cooling through simplified designArchitecture•Industry standard processor and memory•Offer range of Intel processors, from 60W to 95W•Designed for up to 130W processorsCPU and Memory•12V power to motherboard reduces conversion loss•High efficiency voltage regulators•SFP+ CU cables reduce power consumption vs 10GBASE-TInfrastructure•High efficiency PSUs that can support up to 130W CPUs•N+1 and N+N redundancy (grid)•Single passive power backplane•Single Phase PowerPower Supply•Straight through airflow no bends or turns•63% open midplane allows directed airflow for optimum coolingCooling•Extensive monitoring and alarming•Variable fan speed reacts to thermal output•Sensor data aggregated by mgmt software for entire system•Zoned CoolingActive thermalmonitoring•Blade and chassis level power measurement sensors•Thermal sensors on all major components•Power CappingPowermanagementAre You Really Searching For The 1% Energy Improvement?The IT Hardware Power Distraction
  • 6. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6Where Are The Losses?Facilities And Efficient IT Help, But Big Savings Are In Utilization!LossesPower Generation Transmission Data Center IT Equipment Components Computation3WDistributionLosses8WWastedCycles12WFacilityOverhead67WConversionLosses4WFans, PSU andDC Losses33W100W 30W 18W 14W 6WIndustry Average ServerUtilization < 20%4W3W2W1.2W??1W of ITSaves16W+Upstream!
  • 7. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7Utilization Is Where The Real Efficiency LiesSource: Mark Aggar, Microsoft - The IT Energy Efficiency Imperative
  • 8. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8With Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 9. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9The UCS Solution:• Unified Fabric• Unified Management• UCS Service ProfilesThe Benefit:• Provision Systems in Minutes• Resize Quickly to Grow/Shrink• Efficient Workloads Mobility• Virtualization & ConsolidationThe Issue:1. Purchase for specific project or workload2. Over engineer to avoid having to make any changes3. Ask “Why do we have 250 servers at 8% average utilization?”With Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 10. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 101. UCS Unified Fabric Over FCoEServers as a Resource, Awaiting their IdentityLANAny IEEE Compliant LANSAN AAny ANSI T11Compliant SANSAN BAny ANSI T11Compliant SANMgmtOne Logical Chassis to Manage LAN Connectivity SAN Networking Blade Chassis’ Server Blades Rack Servers Server IdentityManagement Monitoring,Troubleshooting Etc.10,000 Servers with UCS Central, 160 Servers per UCS DomainEvery ServerAlreadyConnected toLAN & SANWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 11. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 112. Unified Management Of Racks And BladesExtending Benefits of UCS Manager to Rack ServersUnified ManagementA Single Unified SystemFor Blade and Rack ServersUCS ManagerC-Series Rack OptimizedServersB-Series Blade ServersService Profile: HR_App1VNIC1MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:2EHR_WEB_VLAN (ID=50)VNIC2MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:2FHR_DB_VLAN (ID=210)HBA 1 and 2WWN: 5080020000075740WWN: 5080020000075741VSAN ID: 12Boot Order: SANBIOS Settings:Turbo OnHyperThreading On• A major market transformation in unifiedserver management• No management barriers between blades and rack servers• Extending fabric computing to rack optimized servers• Add capacity without complexityUCS Service ProfileUnified Device ManagementNetwork PolicyStorage PolicyServer PolicyWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 12. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12StorageSMEServerSMENetworkSMEIntegrated, Policy-Based Infrastructure ManagementSubject matter expertdefine policiesUplink port configuration, VLAN,VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannelsServer port configuration includingLAN and SAN settingsNetwork interface card (NIC)configuration: MAC address,VLAN, and QoS settings;host bus adapter HBA configuration:worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs,and bandwidth constraints;and firmware revisionsUnique user ID (UUID),firmware revisions,and RAID controller settingsService profile assigned to server,chassis slot, or poolUplink port configuration, VLAN,VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannelsServer port configuration includingLAN and SAN settingsNetwork interface card (NIC)configuration: MAC address,VLAN, and QoS settings;host bus adapter HBA configuration:worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs,and bandwidth constraints;and firmware revisionsUnique user ID (UUID),firmware revisions,and RAID controller settingsService profile assigned to server,chassis slot, or poolUplink port configuration, VLAN,VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannelsServer port configuration includingLAN and SAN settingsNetwork interface card (NIC)configuration: MAC address,VLAN, and QoS settings;host bus adapter HBA configuration:worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs,and bandwidth constraints;and firmware revisionsUnique user ID (UUID),firmware revisions,and RAID controller settingsService profile assigned to server,chassis slot, or poolUplink port configuration, VLAN,VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannelsServer port configuration includingLAN and SAN settingsNetwork interface card (NIC)configuration: MAC address,VLAN, and QoS settings;host bus adapter HBA configuration:worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs,and bandwidth constraints;and firmware revisionsUnique user ID (UUID),firmware revisions,and RAID controller settingsService profile assigned to server,chassis slot, or poolUplink port configuration, VLAN,VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannelsServer port configuration includingLAN and SAN settingsNetwork interface card (NIC)configuration: MAC address,VLAN, and QoS settings;host bus adapter HBA configuration:worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs,and bandwidth constraints;and firmware revisionsUnique user ID (UUID),firmware revisions,and RAID controller settingsService profile assigned to server,chassis slot, or poolPolicies used tocreate serviceprofile templatesService profiletemplates createservice profilesAssociating service profileswith hardwareconfigures serversautomatically1 2 3 43. UCS Service Profiles Enable Dynamic ProvisioningWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 13. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13DatabaseWWWESXDataBase• Attributes decoupled from hardware componentsFirmware Boot Device, BIOS, Vlan, QoS,etc• Dynamic ProvisioningDeploy in minutes, not days• Simplified infrastructure repurposingTouchless server mobility• Open Integration with powerful XML APIService Profile: DataBaseNetwork1: DB_vlan1Network1 QoS: PlatinumMAC : 08:00:69:02:01:FCWWN: 5080020000075740Boot Order: SAN, LANFW: DataBaseSanBundleService Profile: DataBaseNetwork1: DB_vlan1Network1 QoS: PlatinumMAC : 08:00:69:02:01:FCWWN: 5080020000075740Boot Order: SAN, LANFW: DataBaseSanBundleService Profile: ESX-HostNetwork1: esx_prodNetwork1 QoS: GoldMAC : 08:00:69:11:19:EQWWN: 5080020000074312Boot Order: SAN, LANFW: ESXHostBundleService Profile: WebServerNetwork1: www_prodNetwork1 QoS: GoldMAC : 08:00:69:10:78:EDBoot Order: LOCALFW: WebServerBundleRevolutionary East of Scalability And HW ResiliencyLike a Virtual SIM Card with Server Workload DNA!
  • 14. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14Cisco UCS: Changing the Economics of YOUR DataCenterApplicationPerformanceLeadershipImproved Application PerformanceProven Configuration DesignsHighest ServerDensityIncreased Performance in reduced footprintOptimization of Energy ResourcesHighest Scale, lowlatency networkingUnprecedented Bandwidth and ScaleConsolidation of InfrastructureUnifiedManagementOperational EfficiencyOpen InterfaceSimplified Allocation of ResourcesHigh PerformanceVirtual NetworksIncreased performance and scaleOptimized Virtualization PerformanceOver 100 UCS Customer Case Studies Proving Real ResultsPower and CoolingCost:60%LowerInfrastructureCAPEX:30%LowerDeployment Time:90%Shorter AdministratorProductivity:80% HigherApplicationPerformance:40% FasterWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 15. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15• Twitter: @ciscoDC• Facebook.com/CiscoDC• Video: http://www.youtubecisco.com/datacenter• Cisco blog: http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenter• Slideshare: http://slideshare.com/CiscoDataCenterIn Collaboration with Intel®Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
  • 16. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16Thank You