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  • 1. Data Center Summit Latinoamérica 2010 San José Costa Rica José, August 30, 2010 By Julian Kudritzki J li K d it ki data center management and engineering consultants Uptimeinstitute.com/professionalservices© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC
  • 2. Uptime Institute Overview data center management and engineering consultants Uptimeinstitute.com/professionalservices© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC
  • 3. Uptime Institute• Data center industry thought leader, collaborator, Certification body > Tier Program• Green IT Symposium• Site Uptime Networks > North America > Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA)• Uptime Institute Professional Services© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 3
  • 4. Uptime Institute Symposium Data Center Efficiency & Green Enterprise IT y p• Annual event focusing on emerging issues in enterprise g g g p computing > 1,500+ attendees > Interactive multiple tracks Interactive,• 2010 Symposium (New York, May 17-19) addressed issues relating to lean, clean, and green computing > Presentations, papers, and recordings associated with the event can be found on Web site under Path Forward v4.0© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 4
  • 5. Site Uptime Networks• Site Uptime Networks > North America > Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA)• Knowledge community exclusively for data center owners and operators• M More information at 17:15, 31 A i f ti t 17 15 August t© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 5
  • 6. Tier Program Resources• Tier Classification System y > Tier Standard: Topology > Accredited Tier Designer Technical Papers > Tier Myths & Misconceptions• Operational Sustainability > Tier Standard: Operational Sustainability (1 July 2010) > Accredited Tier Designer Papers (coming soon) http://uptimeinstitute.com/resources http://uptimeinstitute com/resources© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 6
  • 7. Accredited Tier Designer • I fi t year, 99 In first elite engineers accredited in 15 countries > Session in Latin America in 2011© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 7
  • 8. Accredited Tier Specialist • F data center For d t t managers and their outside resources > First sessions in U.S. in 2010 > Session in Latin America in 2011© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 8
  • 9. Tier Certification • Thi d Third-party review t i and Certification of designs and facilities • Projects in 30 countries, including > M i Mexico > Brazil > Argentina g© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 9
  • 10. Tier Classification System & Operational Sustainability Overview Overview data center management and engineering consultants Uptimeinstitute.com/professionalservices© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC
  • 11. Why Uptime Institute Tiers?• Internationally recognized de facto standard > Downloaded in over 110 countries > Tier Certifications in over 25 countries• Only data center benchmarking system developed by and for data center owners > Owners Advisory Committee• Encourages innovative engineering solutions• Allows for client equipment preferences© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 11
  • 12. Tiers Rate the Design• Configuration of the site infrastructure equipment > Maintenance opportunities > Fault response• Driven by owner’s tolerance for an outage > Planned or unplanned downtime• D not address operation or l Do t dd ti location of th f ilit ti f the facility© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 12
  • 13. Tier I & Tier II• Tier I Basic Capacity > Non-redundant capacity components (“N” only) • Critical environment power and cooling systems > Single distribution path• Tier II Redundant Components > Redundant capacity components (N+R) • Engine g g generators, UPS modules, IT and UPS cooling g > Single distribution path• Operations and Maintenance Considerations > Site infrastructure and Critical Environments must be shut down for annual maintenance and repair work > Installation or construction of capacity may disrupt the critical environment© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 13
  • 14. Tier III – Concurrently Maintainable• Summary > Redundant capacity components and independent distribution paths > N t all equipment nor paths are required t b active Not ll i t th i d to be ti > Single-corded equipment can defeat the built environment > No runtime limits on engine-generators(ISO 8528.1) engine generators(ISO• Operations and Maintenance Considerations > Each and Every capacity component and distribution path element can be t k out of service for maintenance, l t b taken t f i f i t repair, or replacement without impacting the Critical Environment or IT processes© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 14
  • 15. Tier IV – Fault Tolerant• Summary > Compartmentalized critical equipment > ‘N’ after any failure > Continuous Cooling for critical IT and UPS Systems > Single-corded equipment can defeat > No runtime limits on engine-generators(ISO 8528 1) 8528.1)• Operations and Maintenance Considerations > Each and Every capacity component and distribution y p y p path element can sustain a failure, error, planned, or unplanned event without impacting the Critical Environment o IT p ocesses o e t or processes© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 15
  • 16. Case Study Communications P th C i ti Path Not Compliant with Tier IV requirements© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 16
  • 17. Case Study Communications P th C i ti Path© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 17
  • 18. Beyond Tier: Operational Sustainability O ti l S t i bilit• Operational Sustainability is the management of the physical infrastructure to ensure long-term performance > Staffing > Training > Processes & Procedures > Place© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 18
  • 19. Why is Operational Sustainability Important? I t t?• Beyond design and construction > Tier Classification System is design of physical equipment > Operational Sustainability is its ongoing operation• Ensures management of the data center investment for highest performance© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 19
  • 20. Operational Sustainability Elements• Management & Operations > 70% of outages are attributable to human error > Highest weighting• Building Characteristics > Building features, design attributes, and operating conditions impact availability objectives• Site Location > Mitigation of natural or man-made risks g© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 20
  • 21. Energy Efficiency• Addressed in multiple components• Components with energy efficiency aspects: > Space, power, cooling capacity management > Operating set points > Computer room management > 3rd-Party Certifications: Energ Star LEED EU Code of Part Certifications Energy Star, LEED, Conduct© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 21
  • 22. Tier Myths and Misconceptions data center management and engineering consultants Uptimeinstitute.com/professionalservices© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC
  • 23. Common Tier Misconceptions Addressed Add d• The following do not affect Tier Certification g > Utility feeds > Density, height of raised floor, floor loading > Site location, staffing, security, equipment selections• Single points-of-failure only affect Tier IV Certification• Tiers do not recognize fractional (Tier III 5) or increments III.5) (Tier III-)• Component count (N+1, N+2, 2N, 2[N+1], S+S) is not a reliable indicator of Tier• Uptime Institute Tiers are not affiliated with TIA-942© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 23
  • 24. Uptime Institute vs. TIA-942 TIA 942• Uptime Institute > Developed by and for owner/operators • Performance-based for organizations with critical uptime needs • R Responds t and d i d to d driven b client b i by li t business case > Fundamental concepts that can be aligned with IT architecture/topology p gy • Concurrent Maintenance, Fault Tolerance > Tiers (design topology) and Operational Sustainability (other risk and enhancements) > Allows and encourages innovative engineering solutions, client equipment preferences, and emerging technologies© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 24
  • 25. Uptime Institute Tiers vs. TIA-942 TIA 942• TIA-942 TIA 942 > Checklist > Developed by committee with engineering and manufacturer agendas f t d > Component/equipment count approach to solution > No distinction between design topology and site management > Sites penalized for factors not affecting uptime • Distance from major metropolitan area > Compliance is not weakest link, but ‘mostly’© 2010 Uptime Institute Professional Services, LLC 25
  • 26. Julian KudritzkiVice President+206.273.7993jkudritzki@uptimeinstitute.com