IBM Endpoint Manger for Power Management (Overview)
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Save $20-$50 per computer per year by automatically putting devices in lower-power states when they are unused. Much more granular policy setting, "Green" reports, savings models, client-side ...

Save $20-$50 per computer per year by automatically putting devices in lower-power states when they are unused. Much more granular policy setting, "Green" reports, savings models, client-side dashboard, coverage for PCs and Macs, and continuous enforcement set this solution apart from relying on the built-in power management settings.

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IBM Endpoint Manger for Power Management (Overview) IBM Endpoint Manger for Power Management (Overview) Presentation Transcript

  • © 2012 IBM Corporation1 IBM Endpoint Manager Continuously monitor the health and security of all enterprise computers in real-time via a single, policy-driven agent Endpoints • One infrastructure: management server, console, agent for Windows, Mac, Unix, Linux, Mobile • Scales to 250,000 endpoints per management server • Robust, flexible architecture with built-in failover • Nearly-invisible impact to network, endpoints • Operates in low-bandwidth / high-latency environments • Physical or virtual, network or Internet-connected IBM Endpoint Manager Patch Management Lifecycle Management Software Use Analysis Power Management Mobile Devices Security and Compliance Core Protection Desktop / laptop / server endpoint Mobile Purpose specific Systems Management Security Management Server Automation
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation2 Security & Compliance Vulnerability Assessment Compliance Analytics 3rd Party Endpoint Protection Management Patch Management Security Configuration Management Core Protection Anti-Malware Firewall Data Protection (add-on) Patch Management Offline VM Patching Application Patching OS Patching Mobile Devices Compliance App Mgmt Mobile Device Mgmt The IBM Endpoint Manager Family Middleware Management Multi-Platform OS Deployment Physical & Virtual Server Lifecycle Management Cross-Server Sequenced Task Automation (e.g. Patch OS on Server Cluster) Server Automation Power Management Windows & Macs Carbon, cost reduction reports End-user Dashboard Lifecycle Management Software Distribution OS Deployment Remote Control Patch Management Basic HW & SW Inventory Starter Kit TPM evolution Software Use Analysis Software Catalog Correlation Software Usage Reporting Software Inventory TADd / ILMT convergence App, PIM Containers Self-Quarantine Starter Kit
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation3 Stores / Kiosks WAN Data center Headquarters Remote offices Distribution center Internet WiFi Airport Hotel Coffee shop Home Leased line 3G WiFi IBM Endpoint Manager, built on BigFix technology Whether it’s a Mac connecting from hotel WiFi, a Windows laptop at 30K feet or a Red Hat Linux Server in your data center, IBM Endpoint Manager has it covered. In real time, at any scale. Satellite Network-friendly architecture delivers large packages without disrupting critical business applications Single, intelligent agent uses <2% CPU, <10MB RAM Cloud-based service continuously provides new patch, policy updates Full command and control of Internet- connected devices Use existing computers as Relays to minimize network traffic Content Update Service Leased line
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation4 IBM Endpoint Manager elements Single server and console • Highly secure, highly available • Aggregates data, analyzes and reports • Manages up to 250K endpoints per server Flexible policy language (Fixlets) • Thousands of out-of-the-box policies • Best practices for operations and security • Simple custom policy authoring • Highly extensible/applicable across all platforms Virtual infrastructure • Designate IBM Endpoint Manager agent as a relay or discovery point in minutes • Provides built-in redundancy • Leverages existing systems/shared infrastructure Single intelligent agent • Continuous self-assessment • Continuous policy enforcement • Minimal system impact (<2% CPU, <10MB RAM)
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation5 What’s New in IBM Endpoint Manager for Power Management More granular power tracking to allow breakdown of weekly power consumption and idle time Two new historical web reports to reflect the weekly power tracking data Enhancements to power profile wizard to allow creation of 'multiple power profile policy' Enhancements to Client side dashboard to show the projected impact of applying a single power profile offer BES Server Plug-in Service enhanced to use encrypted passwords
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation6 Software Asset Management IBM Endpoint Manager enables software asset management Endpoint Management Systems Management Security Management Common agent Unified console Single mgmt server Managed = Secure Desktops, Laptops , & Servers Smartphones & Tablets Purpose-specific Endpoints Save $20-$50 per computer per year Contribute to organizational “Green” initiatives Empower end-user participation
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation7 Annual Energy Cost Savings  Granular policy setting and continuous enforcement. Fine-grained controls for hibernation/standby, subsystem-only shutdown, and save-work-before-shutdown options that can be enforced at the endpoint Create and deploy complex power profiles that support applications by time of day and day of week  Flexible targeting. Individuals, groups, buildings, hardware manufacturers, models, Active Directory OUs, and more  Multi-platform. Windows, Windows Servers, and Mac OS X  Coordinate with HVAC. Export detailed reports and scheduling to coordinate with HVAC systems for additional savings. How do I directly improve the bottom line without impacting headcount? Many utility companies offer rebates for the purchase of PC power management tools such as IBM Endpoint Manager. These rebates can cover most, if not all, of the purchase price.
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation8 Enable IT Maintenance  Scheduling. Schedule Wake from Standby, Distributed Wake-on-LAN, and Last Man Standing or wake up individual, groups of computers as needed without impacting the schedule  Patch management integration. Use a single solution for patch and power management to ensure updates are applied in a timely fashion  Cures PC Insomnia. Intelligently measures user idle time, overcomes issue where computers don’t enter standby when they should  Minimal infrastructure impact. Installs in just hours, nearly invisible impact to network and endpoints with small agent footprint and on-endpoint monitoring and enforcement. How do I ensure power management activities don’t impact other IT management needs? High-level reports help administrators understand their environment, and provide easy access to drill- down details.
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation9 “Green” Initiatives How do I contribute to larger organizational “Green” initiatives and marketing  Green reporting. Easily produce reports on CO2 reductions, translated into “trees planted” or “cars taken off the road”  Modeling. Before implementing a PC power management program, model multiple scenarios to determine how “green” you can get  Accuracy. Override power and CO2 assumptions by hardware profile, location, and monitor type for custom reporting
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation10 End User Participation How do I get end users on board with this project?  Opt-in profiles. Create multiple power profiles and let users opt-in to the one that best fits their needs. Typically users opt-in to a much stricter profile than they would have tolerated under a mandatory approach.  Client-side dashboard. End users can see their unique savings and green impact or change to a different profile from their desktop  Auto save. Automatically save work prior to shut down  Remote wake-up. Wake up just their machine remotely from a web page.  Extend hardware life, employee productivity. Schedule older computers to wake-up 30 minutes early so it is fully booted up when the employee arrives “Brand” your power profiles with names that match organizational “green” initiatives and watch as end users volunteer for stricter policies (and greater savings)
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation11 Penn State Power-savings initiative expected to deliver $800,000 annual savings The need: With energy costs doubling, Penn State looked to reduce unnecessary power consumption from leaving classroom, lab, and departmental computers on, when they were not in use. The solution: The University implemented an endpoint management solution that combines power, lifecycle, patch and security management to reduce energy costs while improving the reliability and security of campus computers. The benefit:  Reduced energy costs by US$288,000 per year with annual savings expected to reach US$800,000  Decreased IT time required to manage classroom and lab computers  Improved security with faster deployment of patches and software applications “We expect almost US$800,000 in annual savings, once all of our approximately 20,000 workstations are under Tivoli Endpoint Manager and similar power management settings are applied.” —Chris Sacksteder, Manager, Systems Development Group, Penn State Solution components:  IBM Endpoint Manager for Power Management  IBM Endpoint Manger for Lifecycle Management TIP14388-USEN-00
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation12 BACKUP SLIDES • Additional Case Studies • Screen Shots
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation13 St Vincents & Mater Health Sydney (SV&MHS) Gaining visibility, control and compliance over PCs The need: The IT staff at SV&MHS manages more than 2,700 PCs. With a diverse set of academic, medical practitioner and administrative users, the IT team must provide access to the latest technologies while protecting patient privacy. The IT team also wanted to reduce energy usage and computing costs through PC power management and efficient security configuration, patch compliance and license management. The solution: Using IBM® Tivoli® Endpoint Manager, built on BigFix technology, SV&MHS has a single solution for patch management, configuration compliance, power management, asset discovery and software usage reporting. The software’s ability to operate outside of direct network connections has provided SV&MHS with visibility and control over 100 percent of the PCs the IT team supports. The benefit:  Significantly mitigated risk exposure while also improving regulatory compliance  Freed up IT staff to execute additional strategic projects  Realized cost savings through PC power management and the elimination of software licenses “We now have a rich systems remediation platform from which to deploy endpoint security. Once we discovered the power management and application deployment capabilities, we knew we had found the complete solution we were looking for.” —Peter Param, IT Security Manager, St Vincents & Mater Health Sydney Solution components:  IBM Endpoint Manager for Power Management  IBM Endpoint Manager for Security & Compliance  IBM Endpoint Manager for Software Use Analysis TIP14316-USEN-00
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation14 Power Consumption Spectrum
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation15 Computer Power State Behavior Computers are idle for 17 hours per day
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation16 Power Management Settings Over Time 80% of computers now have standby enabled
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation17 Model Power Savings
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation18 18 Configure Office Hours Assumption  Use Office Hours Assumptions tab under Manage Assumptions Task Wizard to configure Office hours and Workdays.  The settings can be set for each individual computer and use its local time.  By default, the Office Hours are set from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Workdays are set from Monday to Friday.
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation19 19 New properties added to Power Consumption Analysis  Computer Power Usage in kWh Last Week (Office Hours)  Computer Power Usage in CO2 Last Week (Office Hours)  Computer Power Usage in Cost Last Week (Office Hours)  Time in idle state in hours last week (Office Hours)  Time in logged off state in hours last week (Office Hours)  Number of Office Hours Per Week  Computer Power Usage in kWh Last Week (Outside Office Hours - Workdays)  Computer Power Usage in CO2 Last Week (Outside Office Hours - Workdays)  Computer Power Usage in Cost Last Week (Outside Office Hours - Workdays)  Time in idle state in hours last week (Outside Office Hours - Workdays)  Time in logged off state in hours last week (Outside Office Hours - Workdays)  Number of Outside Office Hours (Workdays) Per Week  Computer Power Usage in kWh Last Week (Weekend)  Computer Power Usage in CO2 Last Week (Weekend)  Computer Power Usage in Cost Last Week (Weekend)  Time in idle state in hours last week (Weekend)  Time in logged off state in hours last week (Weekend)  Number of Weekend Hours Per Week  Time in active state in hours last week  Monitor On Time in Hours Last Week  Office Hours Assumption (Name, ID)
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation20 20 What’s new in Power Consumption Summary Dashboard  Additional usage scenarios added to the power consumption spectrum – No Idle Time Outside Office Hours – No Idle Time During Weekends  The potential savings resulting from each of the scenarios are listed in the table below  Calculations are based on the results of the new analysis properties added for last week (Instead of Average per day values)
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation21 21  Idle Time Breakdown per computer table for Last Week added  The total tracked computers table shows computers “Removed due to insufficient data” – These are computers which have less than a week's worth of data [Demo] What’s new in Power Consumption Summary Dashboard
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation22 22 Power Management Web Reports  Two new web reports added: – Weekly Idle Time Breakdown Over Time – Weekly Power Consumption Over Time  These reports provide trend analysis by displaying the weekly power consumption and weekly idle time breakdown in a deployment as a stacked area chart.
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation23 23 Power Management Web Reports  Support for relative date inputs added to all historical web reports. – Provides a convenient way to select date inputs – Gives option to store the generated reports together with relative date inputs.  Improved accuracy and performance. – There are changes made to Power Consumption Over Time to improve accuracy of power calculations. A custom report that highlights the calculation differences is available for download. [Demo]
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation24 24 “Create Power Profile Fixlet” Wizard  “Multiple Profile Policy” tab added in Power Profile wizard to allow creation of fixlet that sets multiple profiles by time of day and day of week – The action needs to run as a policy to take advantage of this feature • Single power profile option can now be used by the client side dashboard to display the effect of applying the power profile/profiles, if the action is presented as an offer to the client.
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation25 25 Client Side Dashboard  Client Side Dashboard has been enhanced to show scenario analysis of applying a particular power profile on the endpoint and give control to the user to select the power profile to be applied on their system. [Demo]
  • © 2012 IBM Corporation26 26 BES Server Plug-in Service (under BES Support site)  BES Server Plug-in Service has been enhanced to use encrypted passwords.  Use BES Server Plug-in Service configuration wizard to configure BES Server Plug-in. [Demo]