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Data Center 2.1

  1. 1. Dynamic Data Center with Cell Computing, N(N) redundancy Simon Rohrich 1
  2. 2. Introduction Data Center 2.1 uses EMS’ Cell Computing to attain a “RAID like” configuration of cooperating RASERS in a virtualized environment • N(N) Redundancy-The points of failure are the number is enclosures • Energy Efficiency • 50-80% Reduced CapEx • 20-50% Energy Savings • Modular and Scalable • Rapid Deployment RASERS’ integrated intelligence will dynamically adjust for workload placed on them without power management software or network • Plug and Play Dynamic Infrastructure • Vendor Agnostic • Adjust Automatically During Technology Refresh 2
  3. 3. TIER IV Redundancy vs. Data Center 2.1 TIER I-IV Data Centers N, N+1, Cell Computing N(N) redundancy N+2, N2 Expensive Brick and Mortar Facility Inexpensive Warehouse/Metal Shell Backup Backup Backup Possible NEDC HVAC Power Power Power HVAC Power component HVAC HVAC HVAC HVAC HVAC HVAC HVAC HVAC $12-25,000/KW Compute Capacity $5,000/KW Compute Capacity- 50-80% SAVINGS plus more reliability 3
  4. 4. Foundations of Cell Computing: Virtualization, “Services (SOA)”, Automation, Dynamic HVAC/ Power Control • “Container” or OS Virtualization – Virtual Resource Management – Storage Virtualization – Server Virtualization • Services (SOA Service-Oriented Architecture ) – Cloud Computing – SaaS – BPM • Automation – IBM Tivoli – Dell PAN – SAP • Virtualized Power/HVAC Control – Appistry EnergySaver – Cassatt Active Power Management – Virtual Iron LivePower – VMware Distributed Power Management – Platform Computing Dynamic Power Control 4
  5. 5. RASERs as Component Of Cell Computing Tier I Virtualization • Automatically connect applications to services Application Virtualization • Dynamic & intelligent provisioning Tier II Virtualization Infrastructure Virtualization • Dynamic & intelligent provisioning • Automatic failover Tier III Facility Virtualization Dynamic Power and HVAC control with or without network or third party power management 5
  6. 6. RASER with current Dynamic Data Center Environmental Controls Networked Virtualized Power and HVAC Control Application Work Load Monitoring Policy Manager Energy Use Host Power RASER Optimized Scheduler Manager Equipment Profiles Resource Demand, Capacity, Usage Resource Pool, Cores, Storage Virtual Machines Dynamic Infrastructure Power, Airflow, Temperature Set Points 6
  7. 7. RASER with EMS’ Plug and Play Integrated Dynamic Environmental/Power Controls Sensor feed to VFD RASER Unique High Vendor Agnostic Real Time HVAC controller Efficiency Static Power Usage, Temp, Airflow firmware Environment VFD Air Cycle Zero U HVAC 17 Smart PDU KW w/ Sensors VFD Water Door 20KW Sensors: VFD Hot Side, Cold Side Temp, Air Water Flow, Humidity, HVAC 30KW Power Consumption at PDU Data Drives Proactive and Reactive Dynamic HVAC/ Power Controls at Rack Level. Network/Software not required 7
  8. 8. Real World Energy Savings = Less OpEX Power Use Scheduling Increase Temp Set Points Save 26% Energy Cost 1° set Equipment Profiles point increase Save 20% HVAC Energy Cost •Temp Set Points •Airflow •Workload Efficiencies 4% energy savings per degree increase 8
  9. 9. RASER integrated intelligence dynamically adjusting for core/storage demand with or without network/software Compute Capacity Inexpensive Warehouse/Metal Shell Energy Virtual Equipment Policy Driven Workload Profile Driven 10% Manager 50% 100 % 9
  10. 10. Conclusion Data Center 2.1 with Cell Computing and self adjusting RASERS represent the Future of data center construction. •Less CapEx •Less Opex •More Reliable •High Density •Plug and Play dynamic power/HVAC management •Scalable •Modular •Rapid Deployment 10