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  • These are the top 10 impact areas in the environmental story.On a global level across all industries IT itself contributes 2% of emissions but this is growing and can be much larger in some industries.However IT can also be a great part of solution by supporting changing business practices – thus driving reductions in 98% areas.IT consumption itself is rising in share, doubling every 5 years and the cost of energy is forecast to increase. A threshold has been reached where the cost of the energy for a server is higher over the lifetime than the server software.
  • We know that of the entire worlds energy consumption, 3-5% of that is from software driven devices. This number becomes increasingly alarming when you think about the 4biliion people with out access to first world energy. How can we use our IP to help reduce energy consumption of software around the globe? The next step we looked at is: how can software be used to help the world address our environmental challenges at scale? If we believe that 3-5% of the world’s consumption is based on software driven devices, then we can think of this as the 95% problem that software and technology needs to help addresswe are looking at how our presence as a significant international company can address this challenge with our partners, customers and leading environmental experts around the world. looking at our own operations; how can our 90,000 employees and the business of running our company have a smaller footprint on the planet. As a result of our focus on this area, we have instituted a number of changes on our campuses and in the way our employees commute to and from work . I will talk a bit more about this later.
  • Microsoft can help organizations address their sustainability or Green IT needs by helping them Reduce Energy Demands, Manage Environmental Footprint and Rethink business practices. Microsoft is helping to reduce the direct impact of computing on the environment through power management at the software and enterprise level. Making it easier for customers to manage their computing footprint, Microsoft helps by providing:Built In Energy Efficiency Resource Optimization Through ConsolidationPower Management Guidance and EducationMicrosoft gives customers the power to proactively manage the lifecycle of their environmental footprint. Enterprise customers can make a difference by using Microsoft products to: Monitor Computing EfficiencyAnalyze ResultsRecord and Control ProgressMaking our world sustainable will mean rethinking the way each industry works, and how we balancing needs with responsible choices and solutions. Microsoft enables organizations to implement new workplace solutions to reduce environmental impact and delivers technologies that can address our current and future global challenges. We see our role in helping rethink how to:Increase Productivity While Reducing FootprintVisualize Environmental ImpactsInnovate for the Future
  • Mid-1990s: Microsoft and Intel develop Advanced Power Management (APM), which debuts in Windows 95.1996: Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, Phoenix, and Toshiba collaborate on the development of the next generation power-management standard, Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), which makes its debut in Windows 98 and Windows 2000. Microsoft continues to be a key driver and contributor to this standard.2001: With the release of Windows XP, Microsoft introduces the “On Now” initiative to ensure that PCs reliably transition between sleep states. As part of this effort, the Windows logo program is enhanced to ensure that devices are fully compatible with the sleep states that were introduced earlier in Windows 98 and Windows 2000.2002: With the release of Windows XP SP1, Microsoft embeds native processor performance control for the first time. This capability allows the operating system and users to take direct advantage of microprocessor technologies such as Intel SpeedStep and AMD PowerNow! to provide performance states that use energy more efficiently when the processor is not fully utilized.
  • Hyper-V supports power management (server core and full server) Guests not exposed to power management.Balanced support out of box (all SKUs)Dynamic power plan switchingExtensibleCommand line
  • More cores, more work, less power187K ops, ssj 11241 x quad core CPU, 2 x 2GB79k ops, ssj 3561 x dual core, 2 x 2GB
  • 185K ops, ssj 105440% 76,105 83.2 914324k ops, 854 ssj20% 20.0% 65,137 155 42175% more load but at 23% more energy per op.854 is 100%1054 is 100x1054/854
  • The U.S. Department of Energy has said that the datacenter is the fastest-growing energy consumer in the United States today, with 61 billion kilowatt hours going toward datacenter power consumption and a projected ten to fifteen additional power plants needed by 2011 to keep up.  According to Gartner Research, energy costs could soon account for more than 50 percent of the total information technology budget for a typical datacenter (Gartner Press Release, “Gartner Urges IT and Business Leaders to Wake Up to IT's Energy Crisis,” September 28, 2006). While power consumption is often viewed as a hardware issue, Microsoft has made significant engineering investments to ensure that Windows Server 2008 uses energy efficiently. As a result, Windows Server 2008 out of the box uses approximately 10 percent less energy than Windows Server 2003 running an identical workload.  BUILD:This is largely because Windows Server 2008 includes updated support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) processor power management (PPM) features, including support for processor performance states (P-states) and processor idle sleep states on multiprocessor systems. These features simplify power management in Windows Server 2008 and can be managed easily across servers and clients using Group Policies.
  • The implications of these results are significant: if multiple virtual machines can run on a single physical machine without consuming significantly more power than a standalone server while keeping comparable throughput, that means you can add virtual machines at essentially no power cost, as dictated by your hardware and performance needs. Before Hyper-V, if you needed to run four servers, you used four times as much power as one server would consume; if you needed to run ten servers, that’s ten times as much power. Using Hyper-V, you can run as many virtual machines as the hardware will support without consuming significantly more power than a single server would use. Running 4 virtual machines means saving the equivalent power output of three physical servers; running 10 virtual machines means saving the equivalent power output of 9 physical servers.Key Takeaway:Hyper-V lets you add capacity without factoring in the cost of electricity.
  • Microsoft can help organizations address their sustainability or Green IT needs by helping them Reduce Energy Demands, Manage Environmental Footprint and Rethink business practices. Microsoft is helping to reduce the direct impact of computing on the environment through power management at the software and enterprise level. Making it easier for customers to manage their computing footprint, Microsoft helps by providing:Built In Energy Efficiency Resource Optimization Through ConsolidationPower Management Guidance and EducationMicrosoft gives customers the power to proactively manage the lifecycle of their environmental footprint. Enterprise customers can make a difference by using Microsoft products to: Monitor Computing EfficiencyAnalyze ResultsRecord and Control ProgressMaking our world sustainable will mean rethinking the way each industry works, and how we balancing needs with responsible choices and solutions. Microsoft enables organizations to implement new workplace solutions to reduce environmental impact and delivers technologies that can address our current and future global challenges. We see our role in helping rethink how to:Increase Productivity While Reducing FootprintVisualize Environmental ImpactsInnovate for the Future
  • So what is a good start to save energy? Coming back to the light bulb example: shut down what you don’t need. There are studies showing that 10-30% of all servers in the datacenters are doing nothing (anymore) but were not shut down (after they have been “retired”). Microsoft System Center can help you here in 3 phases:1) Use SC to find ways to reduce the numbers of servers you have – as that’s the best way to solve the majority of the power needs2) Use SC to find old servers that I do need – but they’re not power optimized – so I want to replace them with new Green servers. This is all about detailed inventory of components.3) Keep your servers “green”, so monitor the desired configuration of componets and settigs.For the first step, SC Configuration Manager as well as SC Operations Manager can search in your Active Directory as well as in your IP network for servers and devices and analyze them for you. They find information about the OS, hardware components and installed software and allows you to generate meaningful reports so you know what the machine is doing (or not doing). This allows you to make the right decisions about your servers.
  • FA – Is there a sneak peak of the Dynamics snap-in?You can’t monitor what you can’t measureUse Microsoft System Center to reduce number of running serversOperations Manager 2007 informs you about performance monitoring over timeConfiguration Manager 2007 informs you about Installed hardware and software (incl. CAL tracking)Desired Configuration Monitoring helps you to keep your components and settings “green”Analyze Operations and Monitor GoalsAs with any program, the endeavor needs to show progress. Metrics can cover a range of issues, including energy efficiency,carbon dioxide emissions, waste management, materials efficiency, supplier management and soon. At the very least, energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions should be measured.We strongly recommend that IT be accountable for the electricity it consumes. Not only does ITbecome responsible for the costs it drives, but this will also drive better environmental behavior interms of investing in infrastructure that is more energy-efficient.Targets for the environmental issues that the enterprise has chosen to tackle should be set. Forexample, a 10% to 25% reduction in energy consumption.
  • Microsoft can help organizations address their sustainability or Green IT needs by helping them Reduce Energy Demands, Manage Environmental Footprint and Rethink business practices. Microsoft is helping to reduce the direct impact of computing on the environment through power management at the software and enterprise level. Making it easier for customers to manage their computing footprint, Microsoft helps by providing:Built In Energy Efficiency Resource Optimization Through ConsolidationPower Management Guidance and EducationMicrosoft gives customers the power to proactively manage the lifecycle of their environmental footprint. Enterprise customers can make a difference by using Microsoft products to: Monitor Computing EfficiencyAnalyze ResultsRecord and Control ProgressMaking our world sustainable will mean rethinking the way each industry works, and how we balancing needs with responsible choices and solutions. Microsoft enables organizations to implement new workplace solutions to reduce environmental impact and delivers technologies that can address our current and future global challenges. We see our role in helping rethink how to:Increase Productivity While Reducing FootprintVisualize Environmental ImpactsInnovate for the Future
  • Microsoft can help organizations address their sustainability or Green IT needs by helping them Reduce Energy Demands, Manage Environmental Footprint and Rethink business practices. Microsoft is helping to reduce the direct impact of computing on the environment through power management at the software and enterprise level. Making it easier for customers to manage their computing footprint, Microsoft helps by providing:Built In Energy Efficiency Resource Optimization Through ConsolidationPower Management Guidance and EducationMicrosoft gives customers the power to proactively manage the lifecycle of their environmental footprint. Enterprise customers can make a difference by using Microsoft products to: Monitor Computing EfficiencyAnalyze ResultsRecord and Control ProgressMaking our world sustainable will mean rethinking the way each industry works, and how we balancing needs with responsible choices and solutions. Microsoft enables organizations to implement new workplace solutions to reduce environmental impact and delivers technologies that can address our current and future global challenges. We see our role in helping rethink how to:Increase Productivity While Reducing FootprintVisualize Environmental ImpactsInnovate for the Future

TI Verde na Pratica: O que o gerente de TI, o Administrador de rede e o desenvolvedor podem fazedr a respeito? Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SETEMBRO, 2010 | SÃO PAULO
  • 2. CÓDIGO DA SESSÃO:GER202
    Green IT na Prática: O que o gerente de TI, o Administrador de Rede e o Desenvolvedor podem fazer a respeito?
    Rogério Cordeiro
    DEV Evangelist
    Microsoft
    Blogs.msdn.com/rogerioc
    @rogerioc
    Fabio Hara
    IT Pro Evangelist
    MicrosoftFabiohara.spaces.live.com
    @fabiohara
    Rodrigo Dias
    IT Pro Evangelist
    Microsoft
    Blogs.technet.com/rodias
    @rodrigodias73
  • 3. Top 10 ProblemasAmbientais - Hoje
    TI = ImpactoIndireto
    TI = ImpactoDireto
  • 4. Como nóspensamosemSustentabilidade
    Reduzir de 3 a 5% da energiaconsumidapelosdispositivosgerenciaveis
    Usar o software paraendereçarosdesafios
    • 90.000 Funcionários
    • 5. 1 Bilhão de Clientes
    • 6. 425.000 Parceiros
    Parceria com experts e organizaçõesespecializadasemmeioambiente
    Aprender com osexemplos da própriaorganização
  • 7. Como PodemosAjudarNossosClientes
    Repensar
    Reduzirviagens e telefonemas
    Colaboração
    Coloquepapéis e manuais online
    Redução
    Eficiência de energianativa
    Aumentarutilização
    Direcionamentos e educação
    Gerenciamento
    Controlecentralizado
    Análise de operações
    Monitoreobjetivos
  • 8. DesenhadoparaEficiência no Uso de Energia
    Reduce
    REDUÇÃO
    Gerenciamento de Energia do Windows
    Vista / Windows 7 /Server 2008 / Hyper-V
    Gerenciamento de enegiacentralizado
  • 9. Gerenciamento de energia no Windows: um brevehistórico
    Redução
    Meados de 1990: suportepara Laptop
    APM (Win95), ACPI (Win98/2000)
    2001: Windows XP - Iniciativa “On Now”
    2002: Controle de performance nativa no processador
    Estado Pré–Vista
    Windows XP
    Off porpadrão, suporteinicialpara standby/resume
    Group policy com ferramentas de terceiros
    Windows Server 2003
    Perfilbalanceado de energiaintroduzido no SP1; nãohabilitadoporpadrão no SP2
  • 10. Gerenciamento de Energia:Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 & Hyper-V
    Redução
  • 11. Gerenciamento de EnergiaCentralizado
    Redução
    Group Policy
    Nativo no Vista/7/WS08/Hyper-V
    Windows XP – EPA tinyurl.com/EPAEZgpo
    PC States 9pm-6am
  • 12. Redução de Custo de Energia - PC's
    Total hours a year: 24 x 365 = 8,760 hrs
    Operating hours a year: 10h x 5 x 52 weeks = 2,600 hrs
    Nonuse hours per year: 8,760 – 2,600 hrs = 6,160 hrs
    Potential energy savings Idle vs. sleep:
    1 monitor 15” LCD Widescreen – 60hz 1440x900
    (brilho90% - contraste 90%) = 18W
    (brilho75% - contraste 90%) = 16W
    Screen-Saver c/ animação = 18W
    (Gerenciamento de energia – Turn-off display = 0,9W
    (Intervenção manual – Turn-off display = 0W
  • 13. Consumo de Energiano Computador
    CPU
    46%
    Gerenciar a energia do processadorrepresenta a melhoroportunidade HOJE
    Fonte: Intel Server Products Power Budget Analysis Tool
    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/cs-016976.htm
  • 14. GerenciamentoCentralizado de Energia
    Reduzir
  • 15. Redução de Custo de Energia - PC's
    Total hours a year: 24 x 365 = 8,760 hrs
    Operating hours a year: 10h x 5 x 52 weeks = 2,600 hrs
    Nonuse hours per year: 8,760 – 2,600 hrs = 6,160 hrs
    Potential energy savings Idle vs. sleep:
    1 monitor 15” LCD Widescreen – 60hz 1440x900
    (brilho90% - contraste 90%) = 18W
    (brilho75% - contraste 90%) = 16W
    Screen-Saver c/ animação = 18W
    (Gerenciamento de energia – Turn-off display = 0,9W
    (Intervenção manual – Turn-off display = 0W
  • 16.
  • 17. AumentarUtilização
    Sistemas "Right Sizing"
    Aumentar Utilização
    Hardware com Consumo de EnergiaEficiente
    Benefícios no Gerenciamento de Energia
    Redução
    Eficiência de energianativa
    Utilizaçãoaumentada
    Guias e recomendações
  • 18. Comparativo de energia - Cores
    Redução
    79K ssj ops
    356 ssj ops/watt
    187K ssj ops
    1124 ssj ops/watt
    NovasTecnologias+
    MaisNúcleos=
    MaisTrabalho com
    MenorEnergia!
    1 x Dual Core Xeon 3070 2.66Ghz 65W
    2 x 2GB DIMM
    1 x Quad Core Xeon X3360 2.83Ghz 95W
    2 x 2GB DIMM
  • 19. Comparativo de Energia–Procs/RAM
    Redução
    324K ssj ops
    854 ssj ops/watt
    185K ssj ops
    1054 ssj ops/watt
    • MaisProcessadores e RAM=Maistrabalho, porém com baixaeficiência de energia
    • 20. 1 Procproduzmaisque 2 Procpelametade da energia com baixautilização (20-40% carga)
    2 x Quad Core Xeon E5462 80W
    4 x 4GB DIMM
    1 x Quad Core Xeon X3360 95W
    2 x 2GB DIMM
  • 21. Especificando um Processador
    Redução
    Dimensionarcorretamente é fundamental!
    Xeon®5400 Series SKUs (“Harpertown”)todososprocs: 64-bit / Quad-core / 45nm / Intel® VT
    http://www.intel.com
  • 22. Windows Server 2008: Eficiência de Energia
    Redução
    100%
    90%
    80%
    70%
    60%
    50%
    40%
    Watts(% of maximum)
    0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
    Workload(% of maximum throughput)
    Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008
  • 23. Tire Vantagem da Virtualização
    Redução
  • 24. EconomizandoEnergiaAtravés da Virtualização
    Redução
  • 25. Data Center Dinâmico
    Redução
    DataCenters com um conjunto de nós (servidores) intercambiáveis
    Nodes computacionais tem tarefasdesignadasbaseadonasnecessidadesaté o trabalhoficarfinalizado
    Servidoressubutilizadospodemser:
    Utilizadosparaprocessar Batch Jobs
    “Alugados"
    Desligados
    Todo o Data Center é fungível
  • 26. Guias e Treinamento
    Infraestrutura de TI
    Data Centers
    Redução
    Eficiêncianativa no uso de energia
    Utilizaçãoaumentada
    Guias e Treinamento
  • 27. Infraestrutura de TI Guias e Treinamento
    Redução
    Microsoft Assessment & Planning Tool Kit
    Ferramentaintegrada + guias
    Inventáriosemagentesparaclientes, servidores, aplicações, dispositivos e papéis
    Migração de tecnologia e assessments
    Migração de desktops e servidores com virtualização
    ANALISE DE TI VERDE!!!!!!
    …Disponívelem Microsoft.com/MAP
  • 28. Guias e Treinamentospara Datacenters
    Reduce
    Data Center Best Practices
    Leadership and Guidancehttp://www.microsoft.com/environment/our_commitment/articles/datacenter_bp.aspx
    Research and Whitepapershttp://research.microsoft.com/search/search.aspx?qu=data+center&id=p
    Sneak peak at how we operatehttp://serverspecs.blogs.techtarget.com/2008/05/01/microsoft-shows-off-scry-chicago-data-center-video/
    Dublin
    Quincy, WA
  • 29. MelhoresPráticas da Microsoft para Datacenters
    Redução
    Eliminar a mistura de arquente e frio
    Melhorcontrole da temperatura e distribuição de fluxo de ar
    Utilize economizadores
    Reestruture o Data Center
    Faça a medição da Eficiência do Uso de Energia (Power Usage Effectiveness)
    Monitore e Controle a performance do seu datacenter em tempo real
    Elimine super-provisionamentoparaeficiência e produtividadesmáximas
    Otimizeholisticamentequalquercoisaquevápara o data center
    Torne as operações do data center parte da cultura
    Compartilhe e aprenda com parceiros de indústria
    http://www.microsoft.com/environment/our_commitment/articles/datacenter_bp.aspx
  • 30. Definindo a Eficiência do DataCenter:Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)
    Redução
  • 31. http://www.microsoft.com/environment/greenit
  • 32. www.hyper-green.com
  • 33. Scry: Como Gerenciamentosos DCs
    Redução
  • 34. Como PodemosAjudarNossosClientes
    Repensar
    Reduzirviagens e telefonemas
    Colaboração
    Coloquepapéis e manuais online
    Redução
    Eficiência de energianativa
    Aumentarutilização
    Direcionamentos e educação
    Gerenciamento
    Controlecentralizado
    Análise de operações
    Monitoreobjetivos
  • 35. ControleCentralizado:Microsoft System Center
    Utilize o Microsoft System Center parareduzir o nº de servidoresativos:
    • O Operations Manager 2007 alertasobremonitoração de performance
    • 36. O Configuration Manager 2007 informasobre hardware e software instalados (incl. CAL tracking)
    • 37. O Desired Configuration Monitoring ajuda a manterseuscomponentes e configurações “verdes”
    10-30% dos servidoresficaminativos
    (Uptime Institute, USA)
    Gerencie
  • 38. Analise de Operações e Objetivos da Monitoração"Vocênãopodemonitorar o quevocênãopodemedir"
    Colete dados de váriasfontesem um únicolugar
    Utilize o BI paragerenciar dados e cálculos
    Crie scorecards paramonitorar e planejariniciativas
    Gerencie
  • 39. Como PodemosAjudarNossosClientes
    Repensar
    Reduzirviagens e telefonemas
    Colaboração
    Coloquepapéis e manuais online
    Redução
    Eficiência de energianativa
    Aumentarutilização
    Direcionamentos e educação
    Gerenciamento
    Controlecentralizado
    Análise de operações
    Monitoreobjetivos
  • 40. ReduzaViagens e Comutação
    ReduzaViagens de Negócio
    Corte custos de viagemem 10-30% com Microsoft UC (Forrester, Oct ’07)
    Reduza tempo de viagem e perda de produtividade
    O UC podefazer a diferença: reduzirviagenstambemreduzemissão de CO² (WWF)
    Reduza a Comutação com TrabalhoRemoto
    Melhore a satisfação dos funcionários
    Aumente a população de trabalhadoresremotos: 46M em 2006, 58M em 2011
    ReduzaEscritórios e Espaço
    Novo ambiente de trabalho
    Espaço de trabalhomaisflexível
    Qdademenor de predios qdademenor de energia
    Repensar
  • 41. ColaboraçãoMelhorada
    Aumenteprodutividade
    Colaborefacilmente e de forma seguradentro e for a da suaempresa
    Versionamento e controle de documentos
    Crieestruturas de colaboração
    GerenciamentoNativo de Processos
    Interoperabilidade com aplicativoscorporativos
    Automação de negócios com integração de wqrkflow
    Direcionadoparapersonalização
    HabilitadoparaConexão de Trabalho
    Localize e conecte com experts
    Wikis para co-autoria
    Blogs parapublicaçõespessoais     
     
    Repensar
  • 42. ColoquePapéis e Processos Online
    Mude de papelparaformatoeletrônico
    Utilize oInfopath
    Repensar
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA102377491033.aspx
  • 43. E O DESENVOLVEDOR? ELE REALMENTE CONTRIBUI COM GREEN IT?
  • 44.
  • 45. Como PodemosAjudarNossosClientes
    Repensar
    Reduzirviagens e telefonemas
    Colaboração
    Coloquepapéis e manuais online
    Redução
    Eficiência de energianativa
    Aumentarutilização
    Direcionamentos e educação
    Gerenciamento
    Controlecentralizado
    Análise de operações
    Monitoreobjetivos
  • 46. Tome umaAtitude… HOJE
    Habilite o gerenciamento de energia do Windows: >30% redução de energia
    Implemente o Windows Server 2008: 10% de economia no mesmo hardware
    Use Virtualization: média de utilização de CPU < 15%
    Planeje, analise e monitoreseusesforçosusando Business Intelligence
    Promovatrabalhoremoto e reuniõesremotasatravés de ComunicaçõesUnificadas
    Fiqueatentoaosgastos de energia
    Penseholísticamentesobreseu data center: Façaumavarreduratérmica
    Substituaequipamentosantigospor Energy Star PCs
    Aplique o “Reduza, Gerencie, Repense” parasuasimpressões e impressoras
    Conscientizeseusfuncionários
  • 47.
  • 48. Conteúdo relacionado
    GER204 - Gerenciamento fim-a-fim: juntando as peças do quebra-cabeça
    GER301 - A Estrada para a Automação de Data Centers (Uma sessão cheia de demos!)
    GER305 - Monitorando a camada de serviços de infraestrutura com o Microsoft System Center Operations Manager e Virtual Machine Manager
    GER309 - Reduza seu custo total de propriedade de TI com as melhores práticas de mercado
  • 49. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation.Todos os direitos reservados.Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista e outros nomes de produtos são ou podem ser marcas registradas e/ou marcas comerciais nos EUA e/ou outros países.
    Este documento é meramente informativo e representa a visão atual da Microsoft Corporation a partir da data desta apresentação.Como a Microsoft deve atender a condições de mercado em constante alteração, este documento não deve ser interpretado como um compromisso por parte da Microsoft, e a Microsoft não pode garantir a precisão de qualquer informação fornecida após a data desta apresentação.A MICROSOFT NÃO DÁ QUALQUER GARANTIA, SEJA ELA EXPRESSA, IMPLÍCITA OU ESTATUTÁRIA, REFERENTE ÀS INFORMAÇÕES DESTA APRESENTAÇÃO.
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