Smart City Management
CA Technologies
© 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
Prashant Chaudhary
Sr. Director
CA Technologies At-a-Glance
 US$ 4+ billion revenue
 Leading Enterprise software company
 35+ years in Enterprise IT ma...
Smart City - Dependency on Technology
Network and Communication Services
The digital interactions between a service and citizens
SERVICE ECONOMY
THIS IS THE AGE OF THE
Citizens
AND IT’S ALL ABOUT THE
Technology Landscape
IT Hardware
& Assets Mainframe Distributed
High
Density
Operating
Systems & IT
Environments
CloudPhys...
New Era IT Ecosystem
Monitoring Flexibility
Capacity
Management
Capacity
Systems
Management
System
Traffic
Analysis
Perfor...
…All Real Time
Evaluate, Authenticate, Authorize, Access
Valid ID
Do you have the
right credential? Is your behavior and
history as expec...
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  • With the few minutes I have, I want to start by talking about the unique period of time we live in today. In just a few short years, we’ve moved from being a web-economy to an application driven economy.

    We all live in an application economy. We get our entertainment in an application economy. Everything we do is connected through mobile devices. Our daily experiences are enabled through software. This means that traditional companies are looking at the ways that software can enhance customer experience, bring product to market faster and give them a competitive advantage.   

    Applications now drive our economy. Applications are the very heart and soul of your business. They are how partners and suppliers interact; how employees connect; how consumers share, learn and purchases goods and services; how we separate our business from our competitors. Every business is becoming an applications business. Every industry is becoming an application industry, and this business model shift is only accelerating. 

    And wherever you are and whoever you are, it’s the underlying infrastructure that can make or break an application. This underlying infrastructure supporting the application economy, whether physical, virtual, mainframe or in the cloud needs to be constantly optimized to ensure an exceptional customer experience, fast time to market and an increased competitive advantage.

    According to research firm AppNation “The combined value of paid apps, app-enabled purchases of goods and services, and in-app advertising is expected to surge to $151 billion in the U.S. by 2017 (http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9240794/App_economy_expected_to_double_by_2017_to_151B). The European apps market, according to GigaOM, will grow from Euro 17.5 billion ($23.5 billion) in 2013 to Euro 63 billion ($86 billion) in 2018 (http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2014/02/13/the-86-billion-opportunity-in-apps/)
  • With the few minutes I have, I want to start by talking about the unique period of time we live in today. In just a few short years, we’ve moved from being a web-economy to an application driven economy.

    We all live in an application economy. We get our entertainment in an application economy. Everything we do is connected through mobile devices. Our daily experiences are enabled through software. This means that traditional companies are looking at the ways that software can enhance customer experience, bring product to market faster and give them a competitive advantage.   

    Applications now drive our economy. Applications are the very heart and soul of your business. They are how partners and suppliers interact; how employees connect; how consumers share, learn and purchases goods and services; how we separate our business from our competitors. Every business is becoming an applications business. Every industry is becoming an application industry, and this business model shift is only accelerating. 

    And wherever you are and whoever you are, it’s the underlying infrastructure that can make or break an application. This underlying infrastructure supporting the application economy, whether physical, virtual, mainframe or in the cloud needs to be constantly optimized to ensure an exceptional customer experience, fast time to market and an increased competitive advantage.

    According to research firm AppNation “The combined value of paid apps, app-enabled purchases of goods and services, and in-app advertising is expected to surge to $151 billion in the U.S. by 2017 (http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9240794/App_economy_expected_to_double_by_2017_to_151B). The European apps market, according to GigaOM, will grow from Euro 17.5 billion ($23.5 billion) in 2013 to Euro 63 billion ($86 billion) in 2018 (http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2014/02/13/the-86-billion-opportunity-in-apps/)
  • Cooling: Prior to 2002, data centers were typically operated around 68-70oF. When ASHRAE came out with its first specifications, the high end allowable range was just under 80oF (77 oF to be exact). Now, with the new 2011 guidelines, the allowable limit is almost 90 in critical environments, and over 110 in non-critical DC environments (e.g., volume storage).

    Power:In 2004, average power density of 25 W/sf (Watts per square foot). (that is IT power consumption per gross computer room area) At that time, Lawrence Berkeley Labs said “Not clear that expectation of much higher power densities will come to pass.”! Reasoning: “plenty of empty space and efficiency opportunities.” Yet the median in 2012 is already the Max of 2004 at about 80 W/sf, and we are seeing data centers already above 150W/sf according to the Uptime Institute Data Center Density Report.
  • Second to none in the discovery, instrumentation and collection
    Big data asset
    ….Data is great…..
    ….challenge is getting to the ‘So What’s’….
    …getting real intelligence/insight from the data across the siloes…
    …making it relevant to me
    …enabling intelligent action
    …Value is migrating up in this diagram…
    ….Our focus…aggregation, analytics, relevant views
    So let me get more specific about what this means for our SA portfolio…
  • Smart CITy 2014 - Sustainable Urban Transportation and Traffic Management: Importance of Networking & Communication Technologies - Prashant Choudhary, CA Technologies

    1. 1. Smart City Management CA Technologies © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Prashant Chaudhary Sr. Director
    2. 2. CA Technologies At-a-Glance  US$ 4+ billion revenue  Leading Enterprise software company  35+ years in Enterprise IT management  Founded in 1976  Leaders in IT Governance,  15,000+ employees worldwide  ITC @ Hyderabad  Serving business in 40+ countries with 150+ offices  98% of Fortune 500 Companies & 95% of Fortune 1000 companies are our Happy CA Customers
    3. 3. Smart City - Dependency on Technology
    4. 4. Network and Communication Services The digital interactions between a service and citizens
    5. 5. SERVICE ECONOMY THIS IS THE AGE OF THE Citizens AND IT’S ALL ABOUT THE
    6. 6. Technology Landscape IT Hardware & Assets Mainframe Distributed High Density Operating Systems & IT Environments CloudPhysical Virtual Time Environment 81+°F77°F68°F Power 20 W per sq. ft. 80 W per sq. ft. 150+ W per sq. ft. Applications & Business Services Data Processing Business Users Everyone & Everything Facility & Data Center Space DC, Colo & Modular Computer Room Data Centers
    7. 7. New Era IT Ecosystem Monitoring Flexibility Capacity Management Capacity Systems Management System Traffic Analysis Performance Fault Network Citizen Experience App Perf Monitoring Mobile Monitoring Applications Datacenter Infrastructure Management Data Center
    8. 8. …All Real Time
    9. 9. Evaluate, Authenticate, Authorize, Access Valid ID Do you have the right credential? Is your behavior and history as expected? Who are you? Is this your normal device and geo- location? Web Portal Mobile App VPN Kiosk Advanced Authentication Authorization Access Granted Are you allowed to access this resource? Is your risk level acceptable to access this resource? Authenticated
    10. 10. © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.

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