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Multi tiered hybrid data center design


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Multi-Tiered Hybrid Data Center Design Overview

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Multi tiered hybrid data center design

  1. 1. MULTI-TIERED HYBRID DATA CENTER Mehmet Cetin, Huawei DC Solutions, CA&C 06.2013
  2. 2. Conventional DC – Single Tiered Designed monolithically - operate in single tier level Typically built to highest proposed tiered level Lack granular capacity planning and phased scalability Cannot address mixed environment requirements Data center for converged infrastructure and cloud computing is different from a traditional data center Inflexible operational cost and capital investment
  3. 3. Modular Data Center Architecture An approach to data center design that implies either a prefabricated data center module or a deployment method for delivering data center infrastructure in a modular, quick and flexible method Use of modular devices and subsystems by itself does not mean a data centre has a modular architecture Device modularity, subsystem modularity and module linkage Modular deployment, modular consumption, modular finance
  4. 4. Multi-Tiered Hybrid DC Design One size does not fit all Right cost for right business requirement Multiple operational environments to address different business needs Right infrastructure for right operational need Modular design Flexible infrastructure Align IT, facilities, line of business to match data center capacity and flexibility to changing business needs
  5. 5. Uptime Tier Classification Tier I No Generator or Optional Basic UPS, non- redundant Single Utility 99.671% Availability Tier II Generator N+1 UPS with redundant components Single Utility, N+1 Mechanical System 99.741% Availability Tier III (Concurrently Maintainable) N+1 Generator System N+1 UPS with redundant components Active/Passive, Utility Source, N+1 Mechanical System 99.982% Availability Tier IV (Fault Tolerant) 2N Generator System 2N UPS Systems Dual Active Utility, 2N Mechanical System 99.995% Availability Tier 1—Non-redundant capacity components (single uplink and servers). Tier 2—Tier 1 + redundant capacity components. Tier 3—Tier 2 + dual-powered equipment and multiple uplinks. Tier 4—Tier 3 + all components are fully fault-tolerant. Everything is dual-powered.
  6. 6. Multi-Tiered Datacenter Design Tier II Tier II - Planned Tier III Tier III - Planned Tier IV Tier IV - Planned
  7. 7. Multi-Tiered Datacenter Design Business focused design Designed for addressing business priorities, market needs and competition without over or under engineering IDS2000 modules are right sized for different operational model (tier) requirements Infrastructure is designed to host Tier 2 - 4 Allow chargeback for internal cost tracking when internal systems are hosted Substantial capital and operational savings
  8. 8. Summary More cost effective and energy efficient operation Future proof as demands, trends and plans change Single facility housing higher or lower tiered operational requirements Avoid wasteful over-provisioning and over- investment Operational simplicity and fast fault isolation