DCD Census Key findings Australia 2011-2012

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DCD Census Key findings Australia 2011-2012

  1. 1. Key Findings:AustralasiaThese are the results of the Data Center IndustryCensus conducted between June & July 2011 based onthe responses from data center end-user / operators.©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  2. 2. Table of contents1. Profile of individuals that completed the census view This section shows the background disciplines, levels of experience, decision making, remuneration and qualifications of the 115 individuals that completed the census.2. Profile of Organisations represented in the census view This section shows the sectors represented, company size and annual turnover of the organisations represented in the sample3. Data Center Infrastructure profile view This section profiles the characteristics of the each data center, provides aggregate results for all DC’s represented in the sample and details the areas of greatest concern to DC operators4. Technology & Investment view This section profiles the investments made in the areas of facility infrastructure, IT optimization and outsourcing of DC operations in individual DC’s. The aggregate levels of investment for the sample are provided5. Market Drivers view This section details the direction the sample believe the DC market is headed in the coming months and years, focusing on the areas of resource availability & costs, regulations & standards and advances in technology©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  3. 3. Notice to all readersYour reading or use of the information contained in this document assumesyour understanding of & consent the following criteria for so doing.Reproduction & Copyright InformationThese slides may be reproduced in full with acknowledgement of the source as‘DatacenterDynamics Global Industry Census 2011’. Reproduction for the purposesof publication is permitted only with the written permission of DatacenterDynamics.Legal DisclaimerThe information shown in this document has been derived from sample research. As with anysample survey the findings may not necessarily be representative of the attitudes or behaviours ofthe entire population from which the sample has been taken. DatacenterDynamics takes no liabilityfor any actions or decisions taken wholly or in part on the basis of the data included herein. Fullinformation on the methodology for data collection & analysis is available online at:www.datacenterdynamics.com/research©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  4. 4. 1.0 Profile of the Individuals thatcompleted the censusThe key findings in this section are based on asample of 163 data center end-users/operators.©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  5. 5. 1.1 Profile of Individuals RespondingFrom what professional disciplines do the samples come from& what is their decision making capability?Job function / professional discipline% total 21.5 Facility Management Engineering & Support 27.1 IT, Applications Management Networks 11.7 8.9 20.1 OperationsRoles & responsibilities in relation to data centerRespondent could give more than one answer 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  6. 6. 1.2 Individuals Profile continued.....What level of data center experience doindividuals from the sample have?Number of years in the industry Number of years working for current employerGrouped % total Grouped % total 60.0 40 40.0 30 20% 20.0 % 10 .0 0 Under 1 - 2 yrs 2- 5 yrs 5- 10 yrs Over 10 Under 1 1- 2 yrs 2- 5 yrs 5- 10 yrs Over 10 1yr yrs yr yrsLayers of management representedGrouped % total C-level executive, Board member, Owner Senior manager, VP, Dept head Project or team leader Specalist0.9 36.4 34.5 28.2©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  7. 7. 1.3 Individuals Profile continued.....What is the annual remuneration & highest academic qualification of therespondentsAnnual remuneration Highest level of academic qualificationGrouped % total (US$) achieved Grouped % total 80.0 Technical diploma Graduate degree 60.0 Post-graduate degree none of these 40.0 % 20.0 .0 Under 40,001 - 60,001 - 80,001 - Over 34.2 23.4 24.3 18 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 100,000Work location of respondents 2.8% total 25.9 51.7 Sydney region Melbourne region Other Australia New Zealand 19.6©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  8. 8. 2.0 The Profile of OrganizationsRepresented by this sample©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  9. 9. 2.1 Profile of organizationsWhat sectors are represented in the sample, what is their number ofemployees & annual turnover Industry sector classification % total 16.3% 28.1% ICT Telecommunications Public Sector Education/Research 21.3% Banking finnancial services Industrial/Manufacturing 4.5% Other 14.4% 10.9% 4.5% Annual turnover (US$ Million) Number of employees Grouped % total Grouped % total 60.0 60.0 50.0 50.0 40.0 40.0 % 30.0 30.0 % 20.0 20.0 10.0 10.0 .0 .0 Under 10 to 50 51-100 101-500 .5-1 bn 1 bn+ 10©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  10. 10. 3.0 Data Center Infrastructure Profile byorganizationThe profile of data centers owned & operated by thesample including both ‘in house’ & ‘outsourced’footprint©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  11. 11. 3.1 Data center Infrastructure profileWhat is the shape & size of the data center infrastructure operated byorganizations from our sample?No. of data centers per organization Dedicated space per organizationGrouped % total - (20 racks +) Grouped % total - (white/raised floor m²) 30 30 20 20 % % 10 10 0 0 Under 250 251-500 501-1000 1001-2500 2501-5000 5001-25000 Over 25000 1 2--5 6--10 11--25 26--50 51--100 100+ m2 Estimated Sample Total = 5500 facilities Estimated Sample Total = 830,000 m2Number of racks per organization Total power consumption per organizationGrouped % total Grouped % total 30 20 20 15 10 % % 10 5 0 0 Estimated Sample Total = 250,000 racks Estimated Sample Total = 1.15 GW©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  12. 12. 3.2 Profile By organization contd..What is the shape &size of the data center infrastructure operated byorganizations from our sample? continued..... Where is their primary data Outsourced data center footprint center housed? Grouped % total 50 40 30 % 20 10 0 None 1%-25% 26%-50% 51%-75% 76%-99% 100% Within an office building Estimated Sample Total = 15,000 outsourced racks Standalone/purpose built facility Rack density Geographical footprint (Infrastructure) Grouped % total % total (based on all racks in sample) Low (up to 5kW) Med (5.1-10kW) High (over 10kW) Local National Regional Global 41.9 35.3 22.8 19.5 36.7 18.8 25©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  13. 13. 3.3 Infrastructure GrowthHow does the sample think that their data center infrastructure will changeover the next 12 months? Number of data centers Number of racks (‘000s) Total facility power (GW) Total sample aggregate shown Total sample aggregate shown Total sample aggregate shown 5800 275 1.3 5750 270 5700 1.25 265 5650 260 1.2 5600 5550 255 1.15 5500 250 5450 1.1 5400 245 5350 240 1.05 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 +4.5% +8.0% +11.3% Next 12 months = +250 DC’s Next 12 months = +20,000 Racks Next 12 months = +.13 GW©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  14. 14. 3.4 Mission Critical StaffingWhat level of human resource is dedicated to runningthis infrastructure? Facilities staff per organization IT staff per organizations Grouped % total Grouped % total 60.0 50 50.0 40 40.0 30 30.0 % % 20 20.0 10.0 10 .0 0 Under 10 11--50 51-100 Over 100 Under 10 11--50 51-100 Over 100 Estimated Sample Total = 13,300 staff©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  15. 15. 3.5 Data Center MonitoringWith what frequency does the sample monitor energy & environmental factorswithin their data centers?Monitoring% total 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 Continuously Occasionally 20 Never 10 0©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  16. 16. 4.0 Technology & InvestmentHow much the sample are investing in their datacenters& what they are investing in©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  17. 17. 4.1 Facility InfrastructureWhat facility infrastructure technologies, systems & services are the sampleinvesting in? Infrastructure Technologies & Services % Total Respondents could nominate multiple technologies & services Next 12 months Past 12 months DCIM Monitoring systems Modular solutions Containerized data center solutions Power distribution solutions Cabling & switching infrastructure Cooling infrastructure Building control systems Power protection solutions 0 10 20 30 40 50 60©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  18. 18. 4.2 IT OptimizationWhat IT optimization strategies/technologies are the sample investing in? IT Optimization Strategies % Total Respondents could nominate multiple technologies & services Next 12 months Past 12 months Mainframe computing High performance computing Blade servers Upgrade storage systems Unified computingUpgrade network & routing equipment Upgrade systems management Datacenter automation software User virtualization Application virtualization Server virtualization Cloud architectures 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  19. 19. 4.3 OutsourcingWhat type of outsourced data center services are the sample investing in? Outsourcing % Total Respondents could nominate multiple technologies & services Next 12 months Past 12 months Asset leasing Managed services Wholesale colocation services Retail colocation services Public cloud Private cloud Hosting services Application/Software as a service Platform as a service Infrastructure as a service 0 5 10 15 20 25 30©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  20. 20. 4.4 Technology & Investment Levels of investment per technology/strategy area, year on yearIT Optimization Outsourcing Facility InfrastructureTotal sample aggregate shown Total sample aggregate shown Total sample aggregate shown$ US million $ US million $ US million 1200 900 700 800 600 1000 700 500 800 600 500 400 600 400 300 400 300 200 200 200 100 100 0 0 0 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 +57.1% +59.6% +44.4% Next 12 months = + 400 US$ M Next 12 months = + 320 US$ M Next 12 months = + 200 US$ M ©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  21. 21. 5.0 Market DriversThe trends, reasons & concerns behind marketinvestment©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  22. 22. 5.1 Regulations & StandardsThe trends, reasons & concerns behind market investmentPerception of future impact of key market trends on operation% Total (across) Significant Moderate Little or None The evolotion of datacenter metrics New and evolving facility accreditation schemes The continuing development of datacenter best practice standards Legislation or taxation to reduce data center energy use/carbon emissions 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  23. 23. 5.2 Resource Availability & CostThe concerns of DC operators going forwardPerception of future impact of key market trends on operation% Total (across) Significant Moderate Little or None Reduced capital expenditure budgets Prospect of water shortages Reduced operating budgets Availability of suitable outsourcing facilities locally Increasing IT capacity needs Prospect of energy shortage/blackouts/brownouts Cost & availability of suitable real estate for DCS Increasing energy costs Increasing labour costs Shortage of suitably skilled/trained staff 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  24. 24. 5.3 Advances in TechnologyWhat technologies will shape DC operations in the futurePerception of future impact of key market trends on operation% Total (across) Significant Moderate Little or None Developments in virtualization Trends towards network convergence Development in monitoring & reporting technologies Development of energy efficinet cooling, power & network technologies Continuing developments in server technologies Advances in cloud services Evolution of containerised data centers Advances in modular design & construction 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market
  25. 25. We hope you found this data of value.Key findings exist for all the markets we work in. GoldMyDCD members have access to all the data sets.This data can be analysed from a variety ofperspectives; if you are interested in speaking to ourresearch department about how you can use thisinsight to achieve genuine market understanding pleaseemail us at: research@datacenterdynamics.com©DatacenterDynamics, 2011. Key Findings: Australasian Data Center Market

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