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Disaster Recovery Trends In India - Future Outlook

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Ctrls explains the present situation to the future trends which are to hit datacenters in India shortly. The PPT also gives information on the Indian, Asian and World Reports on the present situation …

Ctrls explains the present situation to the future trends which are to hit datacenters in India shortly. The PPT also gives information on the Indian, Asian and World Reports on the present situation and the future prediction with regards to the Datacenter landscape.

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  • 1. Future of Data Centers in India Ctrl S Datacenters Ltd. PS Reddy, CMD
  • 2. Structure CtrlS• Present Situation• Market Sizes• Future Trends• Implications of these Trends• Customer Requirements• Challenges – IDCs – DR• Snapshot of the Future• Ctrl S: Future Ready
  • 3. Present Situation CtrlS• ~ 6,00,000 of third party IDC space• 6 providers• Largely Tier II and Tier III, no Tier IV• Telco dominated, driven by bandwidth costs• Only primary data centers, not many secondary or Disaster Recovery data centers• Most DR plans end with a tape backup
  • 4. Present Situation CtrlS• Many user companies – esp. in the IT sector – feel they know better than outsourced service providers• Mostly office buildings converted to data centers• Supply side problems – No second source of power – Stand alone buildings very costly
  • 5. Market Sizes CtrlS CAGRGEO-GRAPHY 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2007- 2012India 662 806 983 1,200 1,467 1,795 2,199 22.2%Asia 8,135 8,905 9,812 10,887 12,168 13,705 15,558 12.9%World 45,394 47,602 50,052 52,788 55,861 59,336 63,291 5.9%SOURCE : DATA MONITOR ALL FIGURES IN $ MILLION
  • 6. Market Sizes CtrlSIndia 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012As % of Asia 8% 9% 10% 11% 12% 13% 14%As % of World 1% 2% 2% 2% 3% 3% 3%Asia 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012As % of world 18% 19% 20% 21% 22% 23% 25%SOURCE : DATA MONITOR
  • 7. CONTRIBUTION - DIFFERENT VERTICALS CtrlS Geography India World VERTICALS 2006 2012 2006 2012 Financial Services 28% 33% 23% 24% Manufacturing 25% 24% 21% 22% Public Sector 11% 9% 15% 15% Telecommunications 9% 11% 9% 10% Retail, Wholesale and Distribution 8% 6% 10% 9% Travel, Transportation, 5% 4% 6% 5% Logistics & Hospitality Energy and Utilities 4% 3% 5% 4% Healthcare 4% 5% 5% 6% Other 2% 2% 2% 2% Life Sciences 2% 1% 2% 2% Media and Entertainment 1% 2% 1% 2%SOURCE : DATA MONITOR
  • 8. Space Race – Asia Forecast CtrlS New Space in Asia Data Centre Market – 2006-2010SOURCE : BROADGROUP
  • 9. Space Growth Rate - Asia CtrlSThe Asian Data Centre market will increase by a compound annual growthrate of 11.5% over the period from 2006 to 2010.
  • 10. Expert Predictions CtrlS• India, by far the most exciting market in Asia• ~ 2 million sft to be added in India by 2010• India to overtake Japan in Data Centers circa 2011• Asia would account for a quarter of world Data Center business • India would account for 3% of the Global market • In terms of verticals, Indian market not very different • BFSI, Manufacturing & Public Sector 3 most important verticals • Telecom, Retail, and Travel & Logistics the next 3
  • 11. Most Discussed Future Trends CtrlS• Increasing power density• Consequent cooling challenges• And cable management challenges• Energy Efficiency• Green Datacenters• Chilled water in data centers• Non-IT equipment more expensive than IT equipment
  • 12. Less Discussed Trends CtrlS• Continuous decrease in bandwidth price• 50 new Telcos coming up in India• Software as a Service• Global integration of Indian business• Global relevance of India
  • 13. Bandwidth CtrlS• As bandwidth prices fall to about $150 - $200 per Mbps per month, India becomes an attractive destination for hosting. – Today we are at $500 - $750 per Mbps per month – It was at $2000 - $2500 per Mbps per month, three years back – How long will this take? 2 years? – Current US rates are about $100 per Mbps per month
  • 14. Monthly Total Cost, $ / Rack 10,000 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000Dollars 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 - 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 India - 10 kW USA - 10 kW
  • 15. Monthly Total Cost, $ / Rack 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500Dollars 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 - 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 India - 3 kW USA - 3 kW
  • 16. Bandwidth CtrlS• As bandwidth prices decrease, many more applications and deployments would make business sense within India.• Power will cost more than bandwidth• On the demand side, broadband will become ubiquitous, support a new level of information intensity, driving up the demand for content-heavy applications
  • 17. New Telcos CtrlS• With new Telco licenses, even after consolidation, – Effective competition would increase – Demand for third party IDC space, ideal for exchanges, would also increase• Increased competition – Reinforces the downward trend in bandwidth prices – Telco domination of 3rd party IDCs would end – Everybody would be forced to offer multiple carriers
  • 18. SaaS CtrlS• SaaS would be firmly established due to – Improved reliability of infrastructure and applications – Better and cheaper connectivity – Increased efforts against piracy, locks, and unreasonably high prices• Most of the future software products would actually be a service• SaaS providers requirement of IDCs would be much higher
  • 19. Globalisation CtrlS• Global integration of Indian businesses would continue apace – Supply chains Would become more – Distribution networks and customers global less local – Competition• Global benchmarks would be adopted – For quality, systems, processes, best practices• As a result, IT systems would be moved: – From server rooms to IDCs (Ex: Public sector banks) – From internal resources to specialists (Ex: Bharti, now Vodafone)
  • 20. Global Relevance of India CtrlS• BRIC countries are the future giants: Goldman Sachs• Trillion dollar economy: India would soon be in the top ten economies of the world.• Indian companies are acquiring companies abroad• Practices, Systems, Infrastructure on par with the best in the world• India: Preferred global supplier of IT Services
  • 21. Implications CtrlS• Falling bandwidth • Explosion of Data Centres prices in India • 5 or 10 times more than• 50 new Telcos currently expected • India would emerge as the• Establishment of SaaS Data Centre and Disaster Recovery capital of the world• Globalisation – Strong, stable democracy – Rule of Law• Growing Indian – Cost effective Economy – High quality – Abundant manpower – Proven delivery model
  • 22. Customer Requirements CtrlS• Think of a global customer, not an Indian customer – 3 kW per rack x 24 kW / rack + √ – N + 1 Redundancy x N + N Redundancy √ – Critical load on UPS x Uninterrupted Cooling √ – 99.6% uptime SLA x 99.9% min. √ – IDC in office building x Purpose designed facility √ – Single power source x Two power sources √ – One bandwidth source x Two or more √ – 8 week set up time x Days, not weeks √ – Single Data Centre x Primary + Secondary (DR) √• Requirements will go beyond the above• Emerging Challenges will demand new solutions
  • 23. Cooling Challenges CtrlS
  • 24. Higher Power Density CtrlS• Cooling as critical as • Uninterrupted cooling power • Temperature rise• Redundant cooling during generator start time (20 s) required – 3 kW / rack: 1 c o• N + N, not N + 1 – 24 kW / rack: 30 oc• In both outdoor and • Chilled water reservoir indoor cooling units alone would not suffice • UPS powered indoor units required
  • 25. Power Sources CtrlS• Customers will insist on 2 power sources• Sub-optimal solution: In existing situation – Dedicated power cable – 2 Sub-stations of utility – Each Connected to at least two different power plants• Optimal Solution – Set up a in-house power plant – ITPL, Bangalore is already doing it!
  • 26. Disaster Recovery CtrlS• DR Plan mandatory Action Plan• Ctrical component: Secondary Data Centre or a DR Data Centre• Ideal Location
  • 27. Nothing but the Ideal Location CtrlS• No Natural Disaster • No man-made Disaster – Earthquake – War – Floods – Civil war – Cyclones – Terrorism – Landslides – Fire – Volcanic eruptions – Industrial Accidents – Tsunami – Epidemics – Tidal Waves – Strikes – Hurricanes – Looting – Tornadoes – Arson – Wildfires – Transportation links breakdown – Blizzards – Communications links disruption
  • 28. Key Challenges CtrlS• N + N redundancy in cooling• Uninterruptible Cooling• 2 Sources of Power• Critical examination of location• And, more
  • 29. Snapshot of the Future CtrlS• Nuclear proof Data Centre• Measured in acres, not square feet• Power plants, not DG sets• Human-proof dark data centers• Data Centres would not be Telco driven• Data Centres would host Telco switches• Infrastructure Management would be a major practice of all Indian IT companies• India: IDC and DR capital of the world
  • 30. Snapshot of the Future CtrlS• Disaster Recovery Plans would be widespread• All major companies would have a primary data centre backed by a secondary data centre for Disaster Recovery• Hyderabad and Bangalore would be the DR Locations of choice• Detailed and tested Business Continuity Plans would be in place
  • 31. Hyderabad – A Favorable DR Location CtrlS– No risk of • Cyclones • Storms • Tidal Waves • Tsunami • Floods • Volcanoes • Etc.– Rainfall • Highest in 130 years is 254 mm in one day– Least prone to earthquakes in India– Away from potential war zones– Availability of skilled manpower– Peaceful, law-abiding, cosmopolitan city
  • 32. About Ctrl S CtrlS• Promoted by a 15 year old group• Group Investors include major financial institutions – Och-Ziff Capital, the world’s 5th largest fund with $31 billion of unleveraged funds under management – IDBI Bank, one of India’s largest financial institutions
  • 33. About Ctrl S CtrlS• Rolling out Tier IV Data Centres across India• Spread over 7 Lakh square feet• Focused on Disaster Recovery• DR and Business Continuity seats in multiple locations• Pilot operational in Hyderabad, India
  • 34. About Ctrl S CtrlS• Current customers include – A large $125 bn global Telco major – A multinational manufacturing conglomerate – A pan-Asia VPN service provider – Manufacturing companies – Content companies
  • 35. CtrlSQuestions?