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  • 1. The Green Grid Energy Efficient, Environment Friendly Data Centers
  • 2. IT data centers today
    • Lots of servers
    • Lots of cables/switches
    • Lots of coolers/Aircos
    • Lots of UPS/Battery packs
    • Lots of floor space
    • Lots of energy usage
  • 3. Critical questions asked when building data centers
    • Where should we place it? India, China, Kampala, Amsterdam or San Francisco?
    • What will it cost?
    • How large will/can it be?
    • Critical reasoning driven by “traditional IT mentality”
  • 4. Challenges faced by the IT Management
    • Scalability: Be able to add new services as needed
    • Expandability: Floor space for more racks, cabling, cooling, switches, UPS/battery packs etc
    • Redundancy: Backup (hardware, software and extra staffing), cooling,
    • Try achieving this with lower operational costs!!!
  • 5. Data Center Today
    • Power wastage
  • 6. So what are we doing wrong in our data centers?
    • Nothing actually*, but we ARE spending more money on energy than on our IT services.
  • 7. Data Center Efficiency Intro
    • PUE = Power Usage Effectiveness = (total power) / (IT equipment power)
    • DCE = Data Center Efficiency = (IT equipment power) / (total power)
  • 8. Our (environmental) goal
    • To grow bigger without getting fatter!
    • Use less hardware: Use blade servers, use servers with multiple sockets, multi-core processors
    • Virtualization: Pack many virtual machines in a single server/desktop (both server and desktops), OS partioning, storage & network virtualization
  • 9. Virtualization: what is it?
    • This is what it is!
  • 10. How can Virtualization help?
    • It helps you to add many virtual servers in one “physical” server
    • You save investment costs (up to 70% in some cases: no need to buy servers as applications grow)
    • You save on operational costs: energy, power, cooling, electricity bills, server support contracts etc
    • You lay a foundation for an “fully automated, self managing” IT infrastructure
  • 11. Data Center: Before (virtualization)
    • One-to-one ratio of function to device
    • Support from multiple sources
    • Inefficient utilization of hardware
  • 12. Data Center: After (virtual infrastructure)
    • Pools of computing resources
    • Standardize on preferred hardware
    • Simplify operational support
    • Decrease footprint of each solution
    • Hardware support from preferred vendor
    • Efficient utilization of hardware
  • 13. Before/After… (an example from a “lean” IT department)
    • 1,000 servers with DASD
    • 200 racks
    • 3000 network cables
    • 400 power whips
  • 14. After…
    • 50 servers with SAN and NAS
    • 10 racks
    • 300 network cables
    • 20 power whips
  • 15. Most data centers by 2010
  • 16. Why should we go for “Green Grid” anyways?
    • (Corporate & State) Environmental Responsibility : Ethical today, compliance tomorrow
    • US and Europe will soon enforce regulatory compliances, but it won’t stop there…
    • Green Grid organizations are eligible for Govt subsidies as they move on to demonstrate energy savings
  • 17. Lets compact the earth’s life in a film lasting one year!
    • Humans have seriously altered the biosphere in the last 2 seconds!
  • 18. CO2 Emissions explode
  • 19. We have protected our environment in the past…
  • 20. And with virtualization we can do that again!
  • 21. Questions?
    • Presenter: Tarry Singh
    • References: “Paths to a Green world” - Jennifer Clapp and Peter Dauvergne
    • http://www.greengrid.org/ , www.vmware.com , www.amd.com , www.intel.com