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The next generation - Dave Mullender

  1. 1. How a Next Generation data centre can makeall the difference when hostingAgenda- Business drivers for Datacentre utilisation- What a modern Datacentre provides- How TalkTalk is responding to the challenge- The importance of connectivity Dave Mullender- Discussions Head of Network Services
  2. 2. Business Drivers for Datacentre Usage • Cost Reduction • Security • Power Efficiency • Disaster Recovery/Resilience • Scalability (up and down!) • Connectivity • Reliability
  3. 3. What a modern Datacentre should provide• Scalability – Future Proof delivery• Power Density• Power Efficiency• Security• Connectivity
  4. 4. TalkTalks Approach to theDatacentre Challenge
  5. 5. Campus Layout
  6. 6. Campus Scalability• 14 Hectares of space• 114MVA of power available• More than 7000 racks over 5 buildings• 4 Tbits/second of configurable connectivity over multiple diverse fibre connections
  7. 7. Modular Design• Modular Design – Build offsite in a reliable and consistent manner – Minimal works onsite – Very short build schedules – Provides the ability to flex to future changes in requirements
  8. 8. Datacentre Module rollout
  9. 9. Scalability
  10. 10. Scalability
  11. 11. Build Diary 23th November 2011 28th November 2011
  12. 12. Build Diary 16th December 2011
  13. 13. Build Diary 16th January 2012
  14. 14. Power Efficiency• Adiabatic cooling provides dramatically more efficient cooling than traditional DX• PUE of 1.2 compared to industry average of over 2• 99.7% of the year cooling is provided by fresh air
  15. 15. The TalkTalk UK network LLU exchange Planned LLU exchange Nodes 20Gbps rings 800Gbps rings 1.6Tbps rings
  16. 16. Discussions• A cloud service is only as good as the connectivity and storage facilities it runs from?• Do you need to know where your service is delivered from?• Does QoS matter?
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