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Capacity Planning is a key business service enabling the understanding and management of costs related to IT enabled functions. By profiling the performance of business applications in terms of the ...

Capacity Planning is a key business service enabling the understanding and management of costs related to IT enabled functions. By profiling the performance of business applications in terms of the systems resources they consume, it is possible to establish the current costs of services provided. Building on the baseline understanding of current costs and combining this understanding with business metrics describing forecast and proposed systems demand, it is possible to forecast future costs of systems services. Timely projection of systems demand and costs early into the business development cycle enables “right sizing” of systems technology to support proposed business initiatives in the most cost effective manner.

The introduction of cloud computing changes the method of capacity planning but not the goal. Detailed understanding of systems utilization and business demand enables the determination of costs at the transaction level, regardless of implementation technology. With internal systems, the combination of the understanding of systems resource status with the “all in” cost of systems ownership provides the factors needed to provide decision support to the business. For example, the reduction of systems operations to “cost per transaction per technology” may be used to place future development efforts into the “least cost” environment.

Cloud computing as an external service offers a system resource with a cost attribute but without the responsibility of tracking all costs associated with providing the service. It is still important to understand the capacity of the subscribed cloud service in relation to the proposed demand on that service along with service attributes such as transaction response times and transaction populations to enable a calculation of “cost per transaction per technology” with an acceptable service level. This enables decision support for the business as transactions costs for internal and cloud systems can be made.
This webinar will cover:
•Applying capacity planning for internal systems as well as cloud resources
•Understanding costs per transaction for both internal systems and cloud resources
•Providing the business with decision support via cost metrics for the business transaction
•Discuss using “cost per transaction per technology” in the context of business decision support

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    • Metron-Athene, Inc. Capacity Planning, Cloud Computing, and Costs Using cost metrics from IT to provide decision support to the business 1/3/2012 1
    • Capacity Planning, Cloud Computing, and Costs DSystem RDomains SInternal Provider ADRS warm failover External VDIProvider A Gold ServiceProvider B Application Silver Service Servers DatabaseProvider C Provider B Bronze Service Test Internal www.metron-athene.com
    • Capacity Planning, Cloud Computing, and Costs Business Domain Different Perspectives • Business Functionality Complete • Client satisfaction • SLA • Useability • Cost Effective transaction Internal • Facilities • Platform • Infrastructure • Staff External • Provider A Services Systems • Provider B Services Domain • Provider C Services 1/3/2012 3
    • All Systems Transaction – the service to the business • Counts and utilization patterns • Demand profile by transaction type • Type of user and class of service Capacity – accommodate present performance needs and forecast demand SLA – performance to goals • Capacity, availability, response times • Quality of service • DRS strategy 1/3/2012 4
    • Internal/External Domains – Transaction Metrics Market1 time login online oracle18 count total cpu 8:00 11 11 264 2 8:05 7 18 432 8 8:10 15 31 744 7 8:15 14 40 600 11 8:20 31 71 1491 14 Oracle18 transaction count 8:25 83 150 4200 27 8:30 107 249 4482 122500 70000 8:35 117 349 5235 7.5 8:40 141 477 13356 27 600002000 8:45 214 670 12060 12 8:50 215 862 13792 9 500001500 40000 300001000 20000 500 10000 0 0 time 8:15 8:35 8:55 9:15 9:35 9:55 10:15 10:35 10:55 11:15 11:35 11:55 12:15 12:35 12:55 13:15 13:35 13:55 14:15 14:35 14:55 15:15 15:35 15:55 16:15 16:35 16:55 1/3/2012 5
    • 1/3/2012 1000 1500 2000 2500 500 0 8:00 8:20 8:40 9:00 9:20 9:40 10:00 10:20 Transaction Metrics 10:40 11:00 login 11:20 11:40 12:00 12:20 onilne 12:40 13:00 13:20 13:40 14:00 14:20 oracle18 count Oracle18 transaction count 14:40 15:00 15:20 15:40 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00 0 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 100006
    • 1/3/2012 10.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 0.00 5.00 25.00 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 Transaction Metrics 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 alt cpu 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 13:00 13:15 13:30 13:45 14:00 oracle18 count 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00 15:15 15:30 15:45 16:00 16:15 Market1 CPU vs Oracle18 Transaction Count 16:30 16:45 17:00 0 10000 20000 40000 50000 60000 300007
    • Capacity Planning, Cloud Computing, and Costs DSystem RDomains SInternal Provider ADRS warm failover External VDIProvider A Gold ServiceProvider B Application Silver Service Servers DatabaseProvider C Provider B Bronze Service Test Internal www.metron-athene.com
    • Origin of Costs by Domain Internal Systems • All costs related to the ownership and operation of physical systems • Facilities – floor space, power, air, facilitization, insurance • Platforms • Hardware - systems, SAN, components • Software - OS, applications, utilities • Infrastructure • Network fabric • Monitor and alerting • Staff • Admin • Support • Development • Operations • Production, Development, Test, Staging, QA + DRS 1/3/2012 9
    • Internal Domain - System Configurations SystemID Vendor Model Component Component Model Component Cost Component Count Install Date Max Power Rating Benchmark Total Cost SPECpower_ssj200 vmHonda Dell M915 blade BL680c G7 $2,316.19 2 20110415 46628 $4,632.38 SPECpower_ssj200 vmLexus Dell M915 blade BL680c G7 $2,417.14 4 20100110 46628 $9,668.56 SPECpower_ssj200 vmRRoyce IBM Hx5 blade HX5 (7873) $3,147.17 8 20100801 52008 $25,177.36 SPECpower_ssj200 xenHino HP c7000 blade BL890c i2 $6,315.00 4 20110201 34008 $25,260.00 SPECpower_ssj200 xenBenx HP c7000 blade BL890c i2 $6,315.00 8 20110201 34008 $50,520.00 SPECpower_ssj200 xenCitroen HP c7000 blade BL890c i2 $6,315.00 12 20110201 34008 $75,780.00 1/3/2012 10
    • Internal Domain - Platform Hardware Costs System ID Vendor Model Cost Installed Current Value Daily Cost cpu count per cpu $23,816.0 22.0518518 11.02592 vmHonda Dell M915 0 20110315 $19,846.67 5 2 6 $34,512.0 31.9555555 7.988888 vmLexus Dell M915 0 20100110 $17,256.00 6 4 9 $45,809.0 42.4157407 5.301967 vmRRoyce IBM HX5 0 20100801 $17,814.61 4 8 6 $25,260.0 23.3888888 5.847222 xenHino HP c7000 0 20110201 $18,945.00 9 4 2 $50,520.0 46.7777777 5.847222 xenBenx HP c7000 0 20110201 $37,890.00 8 8 2 $75,780.0 70.1666666 5.847222 xenCitroen HP c7000 0 20110201 $56,835.00 7 12 2 1/3/2012 11
    • Internal Domain - Data Center Costs East Data square Center Floor Space Zone B meter 200.000000vmLexus 0.5 $3.33 East Data Center Power Zone B watt 0.021603 8600.0 $4.46 East Data Center Air Zone B btu 8.600000 8.6 $5.75 East Data Center Facilitization Zone B drop 0.000000 0.0 $0.00 East Data Center Insurance Zone B zone 2.750000 0.137500 $0.46 East Data square Center Floor Space Zone C meter 250.000000vmRRoyce 0.5 $4.17 East Data Center Power Zone C watt 0.021603 41600.0 $21.57 East Data Center Air Zone C btu 41.600000 41.6 $134.59 East Data Center Facilitization Zone C drop 0.000000 0.0 $0.00 East Data Center Insurance Zone C zone 2.750000 0.137500 $0.57 South Data square Center Floor Space Zone X meter 150.000000xenHino 0.7 $3.50 South Data Center Power Zone X watt 0.017603 13600.0 $5.75 South Data Center Air Zone X btu 13.600000 13.6 $11.72 South Data Center Facilitization Zone X drop 0.000000 0.0 $0.00 South Data Center Insurance Zone X zone 4.700000 0.329000 $1.15 1/3/2012 12
    • Internal Domain - Total Daily Costs Sum of Daily Row Labels Cost East Data Center $181.41 Air $141.78 Facilitization $0.00 Floor Space $10.00 Insurance $1.38 Power $28.26 South Data Center $180.32 Air $128.93 Facilitization $0.00 Floor Space $16.33 Insurance $6.33 Power $28.73 Grand Total $361.73 1/3/2012 13
    • External Domain – Costs of ServiceCost considerations• Service Level Agreement• Service Tier• Service Acquisition • Base cost • Max capacity available • Cpu • Memory • Storage • Network • Fixed base plus overage costs 1/3/2012 14
    • Transaction Cost Market1 time login onilne oracle18 count total cpu 8:00 11 11 176 2 8:05 7 18 270 8 8:10 15 31 496 7 Derive the cost of a 8:15 14 40 840 11 transaction 8:20 8:25 31 83 71 150 1988 1800 14 3 8:30 107 249 4980 15 8:35 117 349 9772 27 Combine 8:40 8:45 141 214 477 670 9540 10720 15 9 transaction metrics with 8:50 8:55 215 211 862 1047 12930 12564 7.5 3 resource utilization metrics 9:00 200 1214 33992 27 9:05 199 1376 16512 3 9:10 182 1515 31815 16.5 9:15 104 1571 43988 27SystemID ApplicationID ProcessID UserID StartTime Stoptime Duration DestinationmarketGW1 login 99311 market27 14:09:17.934 14:09:18.365 431 shoppermarketGW1 shopper 103917 market27 14:09:19.104 14:09:19.155 51 shoppermarketGW1 shopper 103917 market27 14:09:43.157 14:09:43.290 133 orderPlaceMarket4 orderPlace 394701 market27 14:09:43.291 14:09:43.505 214 oracle18Market1 oracle18 187632 market27 14:09:43.506 14:09:44.823 1317…marketGW1 shopper 103917 market27 14:11:07.132 14:11:09.083 1951 cloud_a 1/3/2012 15
    • Transaction Cost Derive the cost of a transaction • External • Combine transaction metrics with costs of services • Internal • Combine transaction metrics with resource utilization metrics and costs of domain components 1/3/2012 16
    • Cost Metrics Metrics must be sufficiently granular to allow comparisons • Transaction to transaction • Between alternative components: • Internal vs External Service • Physical vs Virtual System • SAN vs Local Storage • .Net vs Java application development effort 1/3/2012 17
    • Cost Metrics Must have the means to collect usage metrics for each reporting point • Transactions • Service Times • Frequencies • Usage profiles (frequency by time period) • Components • Utilization • Service time
    • Reporting Goal To enable the valid comparison of various types and classes of service, use the same units to describe costs from each systems domain Costs • per transaction • per application • per process 1/3/2012 19
    • Using Cost Comparison as Effective Decision Support Understand how to build the comparison of any one system to any other on the basis of costs. • Internal • External • Hybrid Report costs in the context of the business decision being supported.
    • Capacity Planning, Cloud Computing, and Costs Questions 1/3/2012 21