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TISSAT's Energy Efficiency DataCenter R&D lines and results: Wallahalla certified as Tier IV (by The Uptime Insitute) and PUE = 1.15

TISSAT's Energy Efficiency DataCenter R&D lines and results: Wallahalla certified as Tier IV (by The Uptime Insitute) and PUE = 1.15

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Tissat presentación enerTIC+CDTI-2012-dic-18.v3 Tissat presentación enerTIC+CDTI-2012-dic-18.v3 Presentation Transcript

  • Encuentro “innovación abierta en Eficiencia Energética” (12 de diciembre de 2012)
  • 1 TISSAT, an InnovativeSuccessful Spanish Company
  • Basic Enterprise DataMain data:• Founded in Valencia (Spain) in 1990• Currently 232 persons: 55.6% man, 44.4% women (about 280 accounting outsourced staff)• 2011 billing: 15.3 M€• But NO SME• Branches in: ­ Bilbao, ­ Castellón, ­ Madrid, ­ Murcia, ­ Valencia (3), ­ and Vitoria.
  • Business5 main Business Areas:1. Data Centre (DC) value added services: ­ from collocation to Cloud Service Provider, trough DRP, managed services, and so on. ­ 3 “federated” DC: one of them (Walhalla) Tier IV certified by The Uptime Institute, with PUE = 1.15, and following the EU DataCentres Code of Conduct.2. EU­112 (USA­911) and Emergency Operation Centre: (112­Valencian Community, 112­ Murcia Region, ...).3. ITC focused ContactCentre & CallCentre (both HelpDesk services and operations).4. Web 2.0 based services (social media marketing, social network based applications, …).5. Ad­hoc software development (built on open­source software), mainly mission­critical focused.Standards certifications:ISO 20.000, ISO 27.001, ISO 50.001, ISO 14.001, ISO 9.001, UNE 166.002, CMMI L2.
  • 2R&D Activities
  • Research & Development (1)R&D investments:• Last 5 years average > 7 %, growing and ranging 5% ­ 10% (referred to Tissat annual billing)Main Current R&D Areas of Interest:• Green DC & Green IT• Cloud Computing• Predictive IT Operation• Intelligent IT Automation• Public Emergency Operation Centre• Big Data• New Social Networking based services• e­Health value added services• Mobility and Augmented Reality
  • 3 Green DCR&D Rationale
  • DataCenters “Federation”“Federation”: a set of trusted and high speed linked DC, usually owned by the same entity. DC “P.T.” DC “Walhalla” Tier III+ Tier IV Paterna f.o. f.o. Castellón WAN f.o. DC “Brasil” Tier III Madrid
  • Goal: Competitiveness Enhancing1.- COST REDUCTION BY OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY:• Great savings by energy waste reduction • PUE = 1,15 means a 15% reduction in operating costs. • => Whole environmental footprint reduction (not only energy, but water use, and other impacts based in the life cycle sustainability assessment) i.e. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission reduction. • => Public Laws and Government Regulations • => Corporative Social Responsibility.• Great savings in maintenance costs • Optimization through the homogenization of equipment and cloud mode systems, besides the knowledge transfer to support Level 1, represent a savings of 20% in operating costs.• Services in industrialized mode • Maximizing operations through ITIL + LEAN MANAGEMENT, costs per ticket means 10% reduction in total operating costs.TOTAL REDUCTION 45 %2.- Innovative and Differentiating NEW SERVICES:• Tier IV• Cloud Services
  • 6 Actuation Axis1.- COST REDUCTION BY OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY:• Great savings by energy waste reduction • PUE = 1,15 means a 15% reduction in operating costs. • => Whole environmental footprint reduction (not only energy, but water use, and other impacts based in the life cycle sustainability assessment) i.e. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission reduction. • => Public Laws and Government Regulations • => Corporative Social Responsibility.• Great savings in maintenance costs • Optimization through the homogenization of equipment and cloud mode systems, besides the knowledge transfer to support Level 1, represent a savings of 20% in operating costs.• Services in industrialized mode • Maximizing operations through ITIL + LEAN MANAGEMENT, costs per ticket means 10% reduction in total operating costs.TOTAL REDUCTION 45 %2.- Innovative and Differentiating NEW SERVICES:• Tier IV• Cloud Services
  • DC Design: WALHALLA • Walhalla has been certified as TIER IV by the Uptime Institute to give services to external clients. • PUE = 1.15 • Designed for Cloud Computing Services. • Auto­generation. • Trigeneration energy production by gas engines in the first phase (and by fuel cell in the second phase). • Free­cooling. • Heat confinement. • Residual and unused energy reuse • Overhead Distribution of power, data and climate. • Integration between ITC management systems and energy infrastructure.
  • Walhalla. Vista GeneralInfografía
  • Walhalla. Edificio TIC y Generación
  • Walhalla. Salas Técnicas
  • DC Operation PROCESSES (& METRICS)1.- ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY:• EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres• ISO 50.001 (UNE 16.001).• ISO 14.001• PILOTO CON AENOR (MARCA CEE CPD)• NEW Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission METRICS: • PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) • WUE (Water Usage Effectiveness) • CUE (Carbon Usage Effectiveness) • GEC (Green Energy Coefficient) • ERF (Energy Reuse Factor) • Other points of view: Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment2.- OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY:• ISO 20.000• ISO 27.001• ISO 9.001
  • DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructures Management) IMS ICM (Installations Management (IT Management of Cloud Environment) Subsystem) Energy SNMP SCADA TIVOLI NAGIOS OTHERS Manag. Manag. Manag. Air Conditioner Generators Vigilance Routers Switches Engines Servers Others Others Storage Fans UPSGARTNER: DCIM integrates the management of both information technology (IT systems)and facility and installations (i.e. no IT equipment) of a DC in order to centralize monitoring,management and intelligent capacity planning of a data centers critical systemsi.e. solution that operates DC in holistic way orchestrating IT operations with Installationoperations under a common global DC Management that control both IT systems and energyand other Installations systems, and synchronize them focusing on both efficiencyimprovement (both energy and operations).
  • DCIM as Operational Intelligence Aggregator DataCenter Services Automation DataCenter Automation IT Automation IT Management Installations Virtual Resources Physical Resources Management Management Management Servers Storage Network Manag. Manag. Manag. DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management)
  • Multi-DCIM: Extending Efficiency to a Multi DC FEDERATION Cloud Computing Services Automation DataCenter Services Automation DataCenter Automation IT Automation IT Management Installations Virtual Resources Physical Resources Management Management Management Servers Storage Network Manag. Manag. Manag. DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) Multi DCIM (MultiDataCenter + MultiProvider)
  • CLOUD COMPUTING: Efficiencies, but Challenges & Risks
  • 4Green DC related R&D Projects R&D
  • Research & Development (2)Current EU projects:• EU-FP7: CloudSpaces (2012)• EU­LLP: IT­Clex (2010)• Collaborator in Climatic KIC (one of 3 Knowledge and Innovation Communities by EIT) 2011National Related Current R&D projects:• PredictiveI2TM (2009)• RealCloud (2011)• GreenDC (2010 )• CPD verde (2011)• other http://www.tissat.es/en/rdi/projects: – FASyS, CERI, etc.So far R&D publicized articles:• About 20 (http://www.tissat.es/en/rdi/publications)
  • Research & Development (3)Pending EU projects:• FP7­SMARTCITIES­2013: SMART DC FED “A SmartGrid & DCIM based Approach for a Sustainable DC Federation” (addressing: the Objective ICT­2013.6.2 Data Centres in an energy­efficient and environmentally friendly Internet). Participant organisation name Country 1 TISSAT (Coordinator) Spain 2 Universitat Jaume I Spain 3 Eurecom France 4 ENEA Italy Partner Country 5 Università degli Studi di Palermo Italy City of Oulu FIN 6 Posta Slovenije Slovenia Metsolan Kotihoito Oy FIN 7 Gama System Slovenia Prowellness FIN 8 DNV KEMA Netherlands Seniortek Oy FIN Siperia Systems Oy FIN VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland FIN Development Laboratories (DevLab) NLD• ITEA2: PRO-HEAL “Automated Protection and Healing Software Eindhoven University of Technology NLD Altfactor ROU Solutions”. Siveco Romania S.A. ROU ABADA ESP BALMART SL ESP Research Foundation of Hospital La Fe ESP TSB SA ESP• EUROSTARS: INPLANT “Industrial Plant Abstraction and Wireless TISSAT S.A. ESP and Cloud Computing based Intelligent Monitoring and Control”. Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) University of Malaga ESP ESP Partner Country Bor Yazilim San. Tic. Ltd. Sti. TUR Likya Yazlm Ltd. ti. TUR Mondragón Sistemas de Información, S.Coop ESP NATEK TUR TISSAT, S.A. ESP IFAK System GmbH GER IKERLAN (subcontracted) ESP
  • Carlos CebriánDirector I+D+ie­mail: ccebrian@tissat.esSkype: c.cebrianTwitter: cjcebrianBlog I+D: TISSAT.wordpress.comWeb: www.tissat.es