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Data Center Operational Excellence               with    StruxureWare         for data centers                            ...
Agenda Overview of DCIM StruxureWare for Data Centers Application Screen Shots Benefits & Best Practices                  ...
Data Centers are getting             BIGGER          More complicated                  e        a             Mor dyn mic ...
Power, Pollution and the Internet“Worldwide, the digital warehouses useabout 30 billion watts of electricity,roughly equiv...
Server Efficiency – CPU Utilization                                                                         At 10% CPU uti...
Data Center Challenges                         Maintain                        Availability   Lower CostsRespond Faster to...
Focus of DCIM                                   Business Applications              Traditional              “Systems      ...
DCIM Growth – 451 Research                                            CAGR                                             39%...
DCIM Growth - Gartner                     According to Gartner Research:                     DCIM tools and processes will...
What do professionals say?              MAIN REASONS FOR INVESTING IN DCIM                                                ...
What is StruxureWare for Data Centers?       StruxureWare for Data Centers is an integrated suite of DCIM       applicatio...
StruxureWare for Data Centers                                    Component                            Benefit             ...
Data center influencers and stakeholdersChris                          Jeff                            EricCFO            ...
StruxureWare for Data Centers                                    Professional Services                                    ...
What Do The Analysts Say About       Schneider Electric’s DCIM Solution?                                       Notes:     ...
Dashboard for Data Center Operations  Capacity Trends  -Total Capacity  -% Utilized  -Capacity Remaining   Capacity Overvi...
StruxureWare Data Center Expert         ● Primary Function             ● End to end data center monitoring and control of ...
12       StruxureWare Data Center ExpertSchneider Electric
Global Capacity & Alarms in One ViewSchneider Electric
2D/3D Floor Layout and Rack ElevationSchneider Electric
Measure Real-Time Power     ● Real-time Power Consumption > Power Details Overlay     Real-time power consumption displaye...
CFD Analysis – 3D Visualizations                                 3-D                                 Airflow              ...
Work Orders                     Projects created as                     “what if” scenarios                     can be tra...
DCIM Value Proposition       Quantifiable                   Qualitative       ●Opex/capex savings            ●Transparency...
Top 3 DCIM Best Practices          ● Choose the right DCIM solution          ● Align with business processess....focus on ...
What Makes Schneider Electric Your       Best Choice For DCIM?              DCIM Product Portfolio                      ...
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  • In addition to the desire to understand and control the costs, there are also some substantial challenges that many companies are facing today in the data centre: Regulatory requirements: …forcing unusual structural changes, partitioning of equipment, isolating it physically and providing certain levels of physical-access security around the equipment. Uncertain long-term plans for capacity or density: I have a number of data centre operators who tell me stories like “They told me what was going to be in this facility; I built it; only one third of what they told me is actually what ended up here. The other two thirds are things that weren’t even on the radar screen when I started this project. How am I supposed to design for that?… you know, I was trying to design to the circuit level – the branch circuit level in this facility – and they can’t even tell me a year ahead what’s going to be there and what’s going plug into it.” Increasing energy cost: People are looking at those bills and saying “ What can I do to get these under control or reduce them over time?” Increasing power density: This is one of the biggest subjects of critical importance to people today because it’s so destabilizing as far as data centre design goes. The new densities we’re talking about, as we all know, are an order of magnitude greater than the densities in typical data centres today. In response to all of these issues, APC contends that a radical change is required in the way we approach data centre planning & operation. We need to take a holistic view of this problem. The old way – trying to make products better on a product-by-product basis -- just isn’t going to get us there. What we need to do is… Create systems that adapt to changing requirements Systematically drive out the main cause of downtime: Human error Integrate power, cooling, and rack into a single management architecture Empower IT professionals to design, operate, and manage their physical infrastructure – and forecast and plan into the future, and not just rely on guesswork and gut feeling.
  • Mikkel : Intro, Discuss scale of the problem Chris: In this talk we are going to dig in to the source of this problems
  • Chris Explain how inefficient servers are at low utilization How they still consume 50% peak power doing 1% of the work…lead up to next slide…
  • In addition to the desire to understand and control the costs, there are also some substantial challenges that many companies are facing today in the data centre: Regulatory requirements: …forcing unusual structural changes, partitioning of equipment, isolating it physically and providing certain levels of physical-access security around the equipment. Uncertain long-term plans for capacity or density: I have a number of data centre operators who tell me stories like “They told me what was going to be in this facility; I built it; only one third of what they told me is actually what ended up here. The other two thirds are things that weren’t even on the radar screen when I started this project. How am I supposed to design for that?… you know, I was trying to design to the circuit level – the branch circuit level in this facility – and they can’t even tell me a year ahead what’s going to be there and what’s going plug into it.” Increasing energy cost: People are looking at those bills and saying “ What can I do to get these under control or reduce them over time?” Increasing power density: This is one of the biggest subjects of critical importance to people today because it’s so destabilizing as far as data centre design goes. The new densities we’re talking about, as we all know, are an order of magnitude greater than the densities in typical data centres today. In response to all of these issues, APC contends that a radical change is required in the way we approach data centre planning & operation. We need to take a holistic view of this problem. The old way – trying to make products better on a product-by-product basis -- just isn’t going to get us there. What we need to do is… Create systems that adapt to changing requirements Systematically drive out the main cause of downtime: Human error Integrate power, cooling, and rack into a single management architecture Empower IT professionals to design, operate, and manage their physical infrastructure – and forecast and plan into the future, and not just rely on guesswork and gut feeling.
  • In order to understand data center management we need to understand the context – where does data center management reside and which other systems does it connect to. When looking at the different layers of management a facility will normally have ~1 building management systems running the lighting, HVAC, security , electrical distribution and power management and so on. ~2 On top of that you will find the data center physical infrastructure with power, cooling, racks etc. – which is run by Data Center Physical Infrastructure Management (DCPIM), linking the physical infrastructure layer with both the building management and the ~3 network management systems running the IT hardware such as servers, storage and networking equipment. ~ 4 On top of that you find the enterprise management systems consisting of IT software platforms, running the various applications hosted on the servers and linking all the way up to the ~ 5 business processes and the ~ 6 people running the business.
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  • APC’s InfraStruxure Operations enables vendor-agnostic inventory management with real-time device failures and data shown within your data centre physical layout, as well as recommendations on how to resolve issues. A location-based drill-down view provides a structured overview of data centre locations, from a global to local view down to single assets. The Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) calculator supplies information on daily utilisation of energy. For instant updates on the go InfraStruxure Mobile provides access to InfraStruxure Operations information via handheld PDA. Some of the new features with the 6.2 release include: - Network management:
  • APC’s InfraStruxure Operations enables vendor-agnostic inventory management with real-time device failures and data shown within your data centre physical layout, as well as recommendations on how to resolve issues. A location-based drill-down view provides a structured overview of data centre locations, from a global to local view down to single assets. The Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) calculator supplies information on daily utilisation of energy. For instant updates on the go InfraStruxure Mobile provides access to InfraStruxure Operations information via handheld PDA. Some of the new features with the 6.2 release include: - Network management:
  • Transcript of "DCIM"

    1. 1. Data Center Operational Excellence with StruxureWare for data centers TM
    2. 2. Agenda Overview of DCIM StruxureWare for Data Centers Application Screen Shots Benefits & Best Practices 2
    3. 3. Data Centers are getting BIGGER More complicated e a Mor dyn mic 3
    4. 4. Power, Pollution and the Internet“Worldwide, the digital warehouses useabout 30 billion watts of electricity,roughly equivalent to the output of 30nuclear power plants”“Most data centers, by design, consumevast amounts of energy in anincongruously wasteful manner” 4
    5. 5. Server Efficiency – CPU Utilization At 10% CPU util. you areCPU util. (%) using three times as much energy as at 80% per CPU operation – just inside the server. Energy (w)/“operation” Source Spec.org (HP ProLiant DL380 G7 (2.26 GHz, Intel Xeon L5640 processor)) 5
    6. 6. Data Center Challenges Maintain Availability Lower CostsRespond Faster to the Business DC Consolidation Capacity Planning Cloud Computing Need to dramatically simplify planning, designing, deploying & operating data centers 6
    7. 7. Focus of DCIM Business Applications Traditional “Systems Management” Focus IT Infrastructure Servers | Storage | Networking Data Center Infrastructure truxureWare for data centers DCIM Power | Cooling | Space | Security Building Infrastructure (BMS)Schneider Electric
    8. 8. DCIM Growth – 451 Research CAGR 39% Source: 451 ResearchSchneider Electric
    9. 9. DCIM Growth - Gartner According to Gartner Research: DCIM tools and processes will become mainstream in data centers, growing from 1% penetration in 2010 to 60% in 2014. 60% 2014 1% 2010Schneider Electric
    10. 10. What do professionals say? MAIN REASONS FOR INVESTING IN DCIM Better Management of data center capacity Better Management of data center capacity (Power, Cooling, Space) (Power, Cooling, Space) 73% Better visibility and management of assets and status Identifying problems that could threaten availability Reducing energy consumption Increasing utilization of IT assets 0% 50% 100% Source: Preliminary results from Uptime Institute Datacenter Survey, 2012.Schneider Electric
    11. 11. What is StruxureWare for Data Centers? StruxureWare for Data Centers is an integrated suite of DCIM applications, enable businesses to prosper by managing their data centers across multiple domains, providing actionable intelligence for an ideal balance of high availability and peak efficiency throughout the entire data center life cycle. ● Focus: ●Provide our management software users the opportunity for improved continuity and collaboration across the traditionally siloed groups of: • Facility Power Engineering, Management and Execution • Facility Environmental Engineering , Management and Execution • Facility Security Management and Execution • Data Center (IT Room) Power Engineering, Management and Execution • Data Center Environmental Engineering, Management and Execution • Data Center Security Management and Execution • Data Center Operations ManagementSchneider Electric
    12. 12. StruxureWare for Data Centers Component Benefit Track and manageEnterprise Energy and Resource Advisor enterprise energy andSustainability carbon costs Manage Data CenterData Center Data Center assets, operational andBusiness Process Operation capital costs Monitor and control IT Data Center Expert power, cooling and securityData Center Power Monitoring Advanced powerMonitoring and monitoring, analysisControl Expert and power quality Advanced cooling, Building Operation monitoring and automation A modular and integrated software suite designed to collect and manage data and help expert users optimize the data center’s performance. 12
    13. 13. Data center influencers and stakeholdersChris Jeff EricCFO Data Center Manager Facility Manager• Delivering on his KPI’s • Uptime • Energy cost• Uptime of 99.99999 • Scalability • Carbon footprint• Business agility • Deployment speed • HVAC• Cost optimization • White Space Management • Power distribution• Maximize energy efficiency • Servers, routers & switches • Building security 13
    14. 14. StruxureWare for Data Centers Professional Services ITEnhancement Options Dashboard VIZOR Mobile Virtualization Cluster Power Control Application Energy Energy IT Modules Capacity Change Insight Efficiency Cost Optimize BMC Remedy, Operations Microsoft VMM, Layer StruxureWare Data Center Operation VMware vSphere, Cisco USC, Schneider Electric, Microsoft Excel, Aperture Integrations HP OpenView, Monitoring StruxureWare Data Center Expert Microsoft SCOM, IBM Tivoli, Pelco, Layer BMS Connector, ModBus Out
    15. 15. What Do The Analysts Say About Schneider Electric’s DCIM Solution? Notes: •Size of bubble is market share •(+), (-), or (=) is vendor growth compared to overall market growthSchneider Electric
    16. 16. Dashboard for Data Center Operations Capacity Trends -Total Capacity -% Utilized -Capacity Remaining Capacity Overview Dashboard -Power -Cooling -Network Ports -U-Space PUE CalculatorSchneider Electric
    17. 17. StruxureWare Data Center Expert ● Primary Function ● End to end data center monitoring and control of power, cooling, environment and security from the building through IT systemsSchneider Electric
    18. 18. 12 StruxureWare Data Center ExpertSchneider Electric
    19. 19. Global Capacity & Alarms in One ViewSchneider Electric
    20. 20. 2D/3D Floor Layout and Rack ElevationSchneider Electric
    21. 21. Measure Real-Time Power ● Real-time Power Consumption > Power Details Overlay Real-time power consumption displayed as an overlay on floor and rack layout Measured power data from rack PDUs or Branch Circuit Power MetersSchneider Electric
    22. 22. CFD Analysis – 3D Visualizations 3-D Airflow Analysis Velocity PlaneSchneider Electric
    23. 23. Work Orders Projects created as “what if” scenarios can be translated into a complete work orderSchneider Electric
    24. 24. DCIM Value Proposition Quantifiable Qualitative ●Opex/capex savings ●Transparency and visibility ●Staffing reductions ●Well working cross ●Reduced labor cost (low functional teams cost employees) ●Coping with high rate of ●Extending life of DC change ●Delay investments ●Being in control ●Longer IT refresh cycle ●High Service Levels ●Eliminate over-provisioning ●Improved image (Green) ●Higher availability ●Comply with regulatory ●High efficiency authorities ●Lower energy cost ●Ability for forecastSchneider Electric
    25. 25. Top 3 DCIM Best Practices ● Choose the right DCIM solution ● Align with business processess....focus on Asset Management, Change Management, Alarm Management, Reporting ● Commitment / Ownership / TrainingSchneider Electric
    26. 26. What Makes Schneider Electric Your Best Choice For DCIM?  DCIM Product Portfolio  Real-Time Monitoring  Capacity  Change  IT Optimize  Our People  Professional services with DCIM best practices expertise  R&D  Best Overall Value  Solution Capabilities (DCIM, Netbotz, Racks, Power, BMS, Energy, etc)  $31B Financially stable company  Lowest risk (global market leader in DCIM according to IDC)Schneider Electric
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