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  • Global trends Because of these trends – data center are becoming more dense, need to match business needs, and need for active management of the data center.
  • Our industry is biased in our thinking, in that we have a tendency to define a data center to be the space where the Servers and Storage devices reside … but there’s much more to it …
  • Electrical, mechanical, security, communications
  • Racks were hot in 2005 “ 10% of all racks are already too hot and fail to meet industry standards for maximum IT reliability and performance.” (Uptime Institute) This percentage is likely to grow as many sites power densities continue to grow. Virtualization is forcing more processing power out of a smaller space, causing hot spots (Forrester 2008) Fewer servers in the rack but they are more fully utilized. They are drawing more power and generating more heat causing power gaps and hot spots. Need to monitor at rack level is more important because of variance within single rack. “ For every 15 degrees over 75 degrees your equipment is subjected to, its lifetime is cut in half” (Uptime Institute) Technology exists for manufacturers to validate operating condition compliance IPMI, leak sensors, etc? Particle Sensor Example: An IT department at an end user was having issues with failing servers. The server manufacturer responded that the customer had a suboptimal environment for the servers with too much dust. This dust was getting sucked into the servers and clogging them – causing them to fail. The customer was able to leverage a particle sensor to verify that their servers were not failing because of excessive dust. This allowed them to get their servers replaced under warranty, free of charge.
  • Power consumption has increased 10X over the past 10 years* (Cisco 2008) VOIP, Network Convergence There is significantly more equipment in the network closet vs. 10 years ago. Monitoring is key for business critical network closets 97% of all IT spaces are network closets and server rooms Over 2.2 M in NAM alone (IDC 2006) VOIP is growing at 26% annually (IDC); $2.2B market in 2008 Companies are realizing the criticality of IT spaces (Forrester 2008) 42% percent of IT managers said business continuity and disaster recovery are very important, up from 33 percent from last year.
  • Security is a top issue with customers 76% of security decision makers expect to either maintain or increase their IT security budget for 2009 (Forrester 2008) Security makes up 10 percent of overall IT operating budgets in 2008, up from 8 percent last year. Over 60% of downtime is caused by human error (Uptime Institute) Cost of downtime increased 3X in last 10 years (Wall Street Journal 2008) Amazon estimates $30K a minute in lost revenue Downtime is a KPI and the associated costs are dramatic Stringent Access control procedures are enforced in Data Centers Healthcare customer only allows IT personnel in Data Center when it is physically necessary Co-location customer requires IT personnel to wear a color coded shirt when performing work on one of the redundant lines Regulatory Compliance forces a focus on security
  • Potential Call to action for Image quality to test drive -> compare a NetBotz Camera Pod and Pelco IP Camera Resolution in low(0.2 LUX – IP110, SD4-N) versus the NetBotz camera pod which is rated at 15 LUX Image Quality – Depth of field, richness of color
  • Simultaneous management & configuration of multiple appliances Data warehouse for sensor readings, pictures and alerts View information from multiple appliances simultaneously Graphing and reporting for historical analysis Mass configuration capabilities Accessible from anywhere via secure connection (SSL) For larger deployments, InfraStruXure Central is a centrally located server that is the “brains” that ties the entire solution together. It communicates, configures, manages, archives, and provides trend analysis on data coming from hundreds of NetBotz appliances distributed across an enterprise. This server-based system allows you to access, control, and configure the scalable NetBotz system using a simple, intuitive interface. This powerful data warehouse stores long term sensor readings, pictures, and alerts. A benefit of the consolidated sensory data is that long term graphing and reporting across all the appliances in your network is available at your fingertips, providing at-a-glance historical data about your network. It is also SSL encryped, ensuring your confidential network information is available only to those with reason to view it.
  • However, we understand that cross pollenization of the systems ill yield greater efficiency and added value. For example the Data center manager may ant to kno ho much fuel is in the generator if there is an outage. The facility manager may ant to know if there is going to be a large install of IT equipment that may stress the building chiller. Alternatively, if there is a mass virtualization project, a facility manager may ant to take a chiller offline.
  • Ecostruxure is the solution that brings you the interconnected solution
  • At Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management We are a leader in each of these domains. With very robust solutions. There ill be interoperability of these systems but each one should continue to survive Example is specializerd doctors – eye doc, brain doc, dentist.
  • InfraStruXure Central enables an efficient way for organizations to monitor their company-wide multi-vendor physical infrastructure: power, cooling, security, and environment. Real-time monitoring, user-defined reports and graphs, and instant fault notification and escalation enable quick assessment and resolution of critical infrastructure events that can adversely affect IT system availability. This centralized repository of critical information can be accessed by multiple users from anywhere on the network, creating a consolidated view of the physical infrastructure. The platforms can grow with changing business needs through additional device licenses and add-on surveillance, capacity management and change management modules. Whether located in a data center, remote office, or campus environment, InfraStruXure Central and the APC power, cooling, environmental, and security devices combine to provide a comprehensive management solution. With InfraStruXure Central power readings, environmental readings and camera images from any site on your network are tied in together into a common management platform. Images and alerts from around the company can be instantly viewed and managed, trends analyzed, and problems averted, providing unparalleled physical threat management. The ISX Central platform has been scaled to increase the maximum node count and at the same time a new, low cost platform: InfraStruXure Central Basic is introduced, which matches the InfraStruXure Manager entry price point and will be replacing it. The platforms supports the following add-on modules: InfraStruXure Central Enterprise: scales to 4025 device nodes Surveillance: monitors up to 250 camera devices Capacity Manager: supports up to 200 racks Change Manager: supports up to 8000 IT assets InfraStruXure Central Standard: scales to 2025 device nodes Surveillance: monitors up to 125 camera devices Capacity Manager: supports up to 100 racks Change Manager: supports up to 5000 IT assets InfraStruXure Central Basic scales to a maximum of 525 device nodes Surveillance: monitors up to 15 camera devices Capacity Manager: supports up to 20 racks Change Manager: supports up to 1000 IT assets
  • This is the key – making data collection fast and easy at the right points. Standardizing protocols.
  • Alarming and notification Status Reporting and analysis Configuration Inventory management Control

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  • 1. Managementul infrastructurii fizice în centre de date este o necesitate, nu un moft Eduard Bodor Data Center BDM for Central Europe May 2011All content in this presentation is protected – © 2008 American Power Conversion Corporation
  • 2. Key market drivers Global Market Trends Need to cut CO2 Digitalization New economies emissions to avoid driving demand driving demand climate change Data Center Specific Drivers Cloud Business Match IT to Green computing critical to “Life business data center Critical” needs Flexibility & Density Management ModularityAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 3. Is this a Data Center?APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 4. No … THIS is a Data Center!APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 5. Environment Poses a Risk to Availability ● Racks were already hot in 2005 ● “10% of all racks are already too hot and fail to meet industry standards for maximum IT reliability and performance.” (Uptime Institute) ● Virtualization is forcing more processing power out of a smaller space, causing hot spots (Forrester 2008) • Need to monitor at rack level is more important because of variance within single rack. ● “For every 15 degrees over 75 degrees your equipment is subjected to, its lifetime is cut in half” (Uptime Institute) ● Technology exists for manufacturers to validate operating condition compliance ● Particle sensors, leak sensors If you cannot verify you are running within operating specifications you will shorten the life of your equipment.APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 6. Network Closets are Business Critical ● Power consumption has increased 10X over the past 10 years* (Cisco 2008) ● VOIP, Network Convergence, PoE ● 97% of all IT spaces are network closets and server rooms ● Over 2.2 M in NAM alone (IDC 2006) ● VOIP is growing at 26% annually (IDC); $2.2B market in 2008 ● Companies are realizing the criticality of IT spaces (Forrester 2008) ● 42% percent of IT managers said business continuity and disaster recovery are very important, up from 33 percent from last year. Business critical applications are running in suboptimal environments. *in a 100 phone network closetAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 7. Security is Increasing in Criticality ● Security is a top issue with customers ● 76% of security decision makers expect to either maintain or increase their IT security budget for 2009 (Forrester 2008) ● Security makes up 10 percent of overall IT operating budgets in 2008, up from 8 percent last year. ● Over 60% of downtime is caused by human error (Uptime Institute) ● Cost of downtime increased 3X in last 10 years Consistent with surveys that (Wall Street Journal 2008) attribute 60% or more of ● Stringent Access control procedures are failures to HUMAN ERROR enforced in Data Centers ● Sisters of Mercy only allows IT personnel in Data Center when it is physically necessary ● Switch Communications enforces that only one of three redundant power distribution paths can be down for maintenance at any given time ● Regulatory Compliance forces a focus on security Equipment Operational Construction Design External Failure Knowing who accessed your Data Center or Network Closet is best practice.APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 8. Integration with Pelco IP Cameras ● Superior Image Quality ● Pelco IP cameras offer improved image quality for specialized requirements where the traditional NetBotz Camera Pod is not sufficient. ● Low light capability ● Pelco IP cameras offer greater flexibility to customers in low light applications including Lights Out Network Closets and Data Centers. ● Absolute Remote Visibility ● Pelco’s PTZ IP cameras allow you to see every nook and cranny of your Network Closet. See NetBotz Technical Specifications for specific Pelco IP camera integration compatibility.APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 9. Centralized Management Site C Site B Site D ● Advanced alert customization capabilities: ● Warning alerts, critical alerts, and alert Site A IP Site E escalation Network ● Multiple notification methods ● Scheduling ● Graphing ● Video attachments ● If deployment is bigger than 2 NetBotz appliances use InfraStruxure Central to optimize management efficiency ● NetBotz Surveillance nodes allow consolidated camera views through InfraStruxure CentralAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 10. Data Center Manager Needs Data Center Manager Needs access to all of the Interdependent systems that have Building effect on availability and efficiency Security IT Room Power Collaborative System Architecture D2-L2APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 11. “Making the Connections” Data centerAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 12. “Making the Connections” Building IT Room Security Power Management management management managementAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 13. What it means to you ●Minimize downtime ●Maximize power densities ●Enable fast decision-making ●Manage inventory for highest availability ●Manage inventory for highest efficiency ●Predictive simulation and modeling Identify problems before they occurAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 14. Data collection ● Devices themselves with interface– UPS, RackMount PDU, CRAC ● Meters to add communication – breakers, switchgear, transformers, generationAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 15. Cooling device monitoring Schneider Continuum BMS SoftwareAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 16. Power device monitoring Schneider PowerLogic ION Enterprise Power Management SoftwareAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 17. Security monitoring Schneider InfraStruxure Central Data Center Management SoftwareAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 18. IT Room monitoring Schneider InfraStruxure Central Data Center Management SoftwareAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 19. Lifecycle and Workflow ManagementAPC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011
  • 20. make the most of your energy™APC by Schneider Electric – Eduard Bodor – 27thh of May 2011