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  1. Server Virtualization and Beyond Insights from the IBM Global Data Center Study to help improve operational efficiency The IT Services Site Webinar Sponsored by
  2. Webinar Logistics
  3. Today’s Featured Speakers Matthew Eastwood Group Vice President and General Manager Enterprise Platforms IDC Shaown Nandi Senior Manager, IBM Server and Middleware Services IBM Global Technology Services
  4. Matthew Eastwood, IDC Enterprise Platforms Group Vice President and General ManagerShaown Nandi, Senior Manager, IBM Server and Middleware Services, IBM Global Technology ServicesServer Virtualization and BeyondInsights from the IBM Global Data Center Study to helpimprove operational efficiencySSP03161-USEN-01 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  5. We commissioned a data center study of 308 clients to determinethe current operational efficiency of data centers around the world.IBM Global Data Center Study Broad survey covering server, storage, network data center facility and data center operations Detailed execution questions going deep into availability, cost efficiencies and governance One-in-five, or 21%, of clients have highly efficient data centers; allocating 50% more of their IT budget to new projects. How much of your IT budget is spent on: Most efficient data centers Maintaining New projects existing infrastructure Optimize the IT and facilities assets to maximizeBasic 35% capacity and availabilitydatacenters Design for flexibility to support changing business 65% needsStrategic 53% Use automation tools to improve service levelsdata and availabilitycenters 47% Have a plan that aligns with the business goalsSource: IBM Global Data Center Study (2012 April) and keep it current5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  6. The data center study highlights three critical server implications forhighly efficient data centers. Virtualization and Leaders have accelerated virtualization and Standardization standardization to improve operational efficiency. Leaders use automation and self-service portal to Automation manage availability and speed of providing services. Have a plan and Leaders are faster to adopt the latest technology and keep it current have a backup plan in the event of disaster.6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  7. Poll Question #1What percent of virtualization have you achieved for your serversA. > 60%B. 40% - 60%C. 20% - 40%D. 10% - 20%E. < 10%7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  8. Leaders have accelerated virtualization and Virtualization and standardizationstandardization to improve operational efficiency. Virtualization and standardization Strategic 85% 82% Basic 65% 48% 46% 27% 31% 21% Percent of Planned growth rate in Standardized on Standardized on operating servers virtualized server virtualization in hardware platform system and middleware the next year (mean response) Leaders have 2.5 times more servers managed per administrator (27 to 10) Leaders have higher virtual machine (VM) densities of 8.2 versus 4.5 VMs per serverSource: IBM Global Data Center Study (2012 April)8 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  9. We offer a three-phased approach to virtualize Virtualization and standardizationyour servers, leveraging repeatable processesand time-tested methodologies. Solution framing Plan and design Implementation Discover, model Design a more Pilot, test, deploy and assess to meet flexible and migrate the current and future infrastructure that new server business and IT can respond to fast- infrastructure with requirements changing demands reduced disruption9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  10. We modeled simple to complex workloads with Virtualization and standardizationadvanced analytics to increase averageutilization by four times.2 Challenge Central processing unit (CPU) utilization Comparison of before and after consolidation 5-10% increase in annual operating expenses (Illustrative) (%) Limited skills to manage heterogeneous 60 servers Sustained CPU Utilization 50 Simple virtualization done—little experience to (Virtualization) virtualize more complex workloads 40 30 Benefits After (average utilization rate: 40%) 20 Increased server utilization by 4 times2 by 10 modeling workload with CiRBA1 analytics Before (average utilization rate: 10%) Reduced server count by 5 by times2 0 accelerating virtualization adoption across Time of day simple to complex workloads Projected savings of US$4 million for new Before consolidation After consolidation projects in the first year31CiRBA Data Center Intelligence (DCI) is an analytics software by CiRBA Inc. This software determines the optimal workload placements and resource and capacity allocations required to safely maximize the efficiency of physical, cloud and virtual infrastructure; 2547 UNIX servers consolidated to 97 IBM System p® servers; 3 Based on IBM analysis and calculations; individual client results may vary.10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  11. Poll Question #2How many different platforms (Hardware, Hypervisor, Vendor) do you use in your Data Center today?A) 1-2B) 3-5C) 5-10D) Over 1011 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  12. Our fit-for-purpose analytics helped a leading Virtualization and standardizationfinancial company simplify and standardize itsheterogeneous server infrastructure. Challenge Fit-for-purpose analytics* Workload placement – Oracle Lack of standardization, with over 200 Platform Platform Platform operating system variations 1 2 12 Greater effort to manage over 130 types VMware Microsoft Workload IBM AIX® of servers and 12 platforms on Power® Windows … Windows attributes on x86 on x86 Increasing operational costs ISV1 support 31 18 20 Performance 40 17 21 Benefits Scalability 38 15 18 66% fewer platforms (from 12 to 4) SW 2 licenses 39 20 13 … … … … 90% fewer servers (from 813 to 81) Energy 45% reduction in operating consumption 31 19 9 expenses (US$10M to US$5M) Overall score 247 170 … 138 Five-year TCO3 US$13M US$31M US$38M*Fit-for-purpose analytics is IBM’s patent-pending objective analysis tool designed Five-year US$25M US$7 US$0 to identify the best-fit platform (hardware and operating system) for selected savings workloads by modeling business and technical requirements.1Independent software vendor (ISV); 2Software (SW); 3Total cost of ownership (TCO) Recommend Invest Divest … Divest12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  13. Leaders use automation and self-service Automationportal to manage availability and speed ofproviding services. Automation 81% Strategic 58% Basic 26% 32% 1% 4% Move virtual machines (VMs) Move VMs based on Self-service across servers service level agreements provisioning portal Over 30% of leaders have implemented self-service portals to provision virtual machines, with 80% of leaders planning them by 2013 to support cloud computing.Source: IBM Global Data Center Study (2012 April)13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  14. IBM provides knowledge and best practices Automationto better manage virtual infrastructure usingadvanced analytics. Challenge Define workload policies Struggle to manage complex virtualized and best practices infrastructure and meet service level agreements (SLA) targets High operational cost Advanced workload analysis Define standards-based policies to model IT and user requirements  Discover  Assess Benefits  Model Provides immediate and actionable recommendations for optimizing virtual infrastructure Real-time monitoring console Reduces virtual machine sprawl significantly  Visualize workload Reduces under- and over-provisioning performance of virtualized servers  Get control with prescription actions  Automate1Based on previous select IBM client engagements; individual client results vary.14 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  15. IBM can create a self-service portal that helps Automationenable greater flexibility and responsiveness toyour business needs. Challenge Provisioning Complexity of managing a dynamic Automate provisioning virtualized infrastructure resulting in of resources increased operational cost Slow response to fast-changing business needs Benefits Metering and rating Track usage of resources Enabled a self-service delivery model that streamlined IT systems management Reduced provisioning time from days to hours1 with automated provisioning and configuration Workflow Manage the process Improved human and technology for approval of usage resource productivity Helped reduce IT operational cost1 Basedon a select IBM client engagement; Individual results will varyView an IBM Video about automating processes with IBM virtualization.15 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  16. Leaders are faster to adopt the latest technology Have a planand have a backup plan in the event of disaster. Fast to adopt new technology Backup plan 100% 86% 75% 62% Strategic 57% 43% Basic 27% 9% First and fast Refresh technology Plan to implement DC have a backup or technology adoption within 12-23 months converged secondary site for infrastructure disaster Leaders value faster migration of workloads to new technology and integration into existing service management processes.Source: IBM Global Data Center Study (2012 April)16 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  17. We can help you enable virtualization and cloud Have a planleveraging the latest technology with integratedsystems for faster ROI1. Implementation Expert integrated systems:  System configuration of server, storage, Systems with integrated expertise networking that combine the flexibility of a general  Configure system management software, Flexible System Manager (FSM) purpose system, the elasticity of cloud  Knowledge transfer and the simplicity of an appliance Virtualization enablement  Provision of virtual servers Potential benefits  Configure vCenter  Populate virtual appliances  Optimize new technology features and  Deploy virtual workloads  Knowledge transfer performance with expert implementation  Accelerate time to value and reduce IBM SmartCloud Entry enablement downtime during the transition with  Configure self-service portal for workload repeatable methodology provisioning  Deploy virtualized image management  Reduce transition cost by knowledge  Set up metering tools for resource usage transfer for tools monitoring  Knowledge transfer1Return on investment (ROI)17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  18. IBM SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery Have a planhelps ensure more reliable and efficient recoveryof your virtualized application. This service can help you: Reduce the risk of failure to Enable more predictable Achieve shorter recover and avoid the need for costs through a fully recovery time and IBM SmartCloud travel through remote access managed subscription point objectives Archive self-management tools service model Potential benefits:  Easier to recover to unlike hardware with reliability  Shortens recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO)  Avoids need to travel to recovery site  Provides virtual machines for server failover Dedicated Shared Virtualized18 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  19. IBM can help you in these three critical areas:  We can help you virtualize and manage your complex workloads with improved cost savings by leveraging our Virtualization and advanced analytics and automation capabilities. Standardization  Our server virtualization and cloud computing solutions help you free-up under-utilized capacity.  We create self-service portals through automated provisioning for faster access to server resources.  We can integrate capacity management tools to help maintain Automation higher levels of optimization and reduce virtual machine sprawl.  We can help create a business-oriented, storage infrastructure with standardized processes and automated data movement to enhance operational efficiency and reduce risk.  We can help you to accelerate adopting new technology and Have a plan and provide you a cloud-based recovery solution. keep it current  Avoid the need for travel with remote access, self- management tools19 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  20. …or we can work with you to build a detailed business case to showpotential cost savings to justify your investment ANCHOR financial analysis (sample) Cumulative estimated cost savings over five years Cost (US M$) 40 US$37M 35 30 43 percent reduction 25 US$21M 20 15 10 5 0 Current Proposed One Time Cost System Management Hardware Maintenance Facility Power & CoolingIBM’s ANCHOR financial analysis tool is used to model investment scenarios to find the optimum approach to help meet your financial, business and technical requirements.20 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  21. … and determine the next steps to transform your infrastructure. Tell us about your business and IT objectives and together we can determine the best approach to transform your infrastructure Have us perform a quick return-on-investment analysis for a segment of your infrastructure to present to you potential cost savings Assemble information from your experts to help define the scope of the project  Document the inventory of assets for consolidation and virtualization  Define the critical application availability requirements and dependencies Perform a short-term virtualization efficiency study to determine the health and performance of your current virtualized infrastructure21 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  22. IT executives realize they need to use outside tools, technologiesand assistance. 77% of IT managers planning transformational projects will turn to outside help Register for the data center study paper ibm.com/data-center/studySource: IBM Global Data Center Study (2012 April)22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  23. IBM solutions can help you achieve your IT infrastructure andbusiness goals. Expertise gained from managing more than 200,000 servers for companies worldwide More than 8,000 infrastructure professionals from all aspects of IT management IBM’s server leadership - Multiple platforms and operating systems IBM’s extensive experience in IT project management in heterogeneous environments  We can help you consolidate from mixed platforms to IBM hardware Ability to provide remotely delivered services and related cost savings  Many infrastructure service activities can be provided remotely through IBM’s global resources, helping reduce costs and speed deployment More than 50 years of business continuity and disaster recovery experience, with over 9,000 disaster recovery clients IBM’s cloud leadership – 19 million public cloud users – More than US $1 billion in planned cloud data center investments Thank you23 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  24. Questions?Please submit your questions now Matthew Eastwood Group Vice President and General Manager Enterprise Platforms IDC Shaown Nandi Senior Manager, IBM Server and Middleware Services IBM Global Technology Services
  25. Resources To view this or other events on demand, please visit: http://www.theitservicessite.com/webinar_archives.asp For more information, please visit: www.theitservicessite.com IBM Server optimization and integration IBM Data Center Study http://www.ibm.com/data-center/study IBM Smarter Data Center http://www.ibm.com/services/smarterdatacenter
  26. Thank you for attending!

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