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1 Bridging the Gap Optimizing Data Center Infrastructure Management Tilo Kaschubek Territory Manager – East/South Europe tilo.kaschubek@emerson.com +49 174 333 2715

2 Emerson at a Glance approx. $21 Billion in sales Diversified global manufacturer and technology provider Approximately 129,000 employees worldwide Headquarters in St. Louis, Mo. NYSE: EMR Headquarters in St. Louis, Mo. NYSE: EMR Manufacturing and/or sales presence in more than 150 countries 250 manufacturing locations Founded in 1890 Manufacturing and/or sales presence in more than 150 countries 250 manufacturing locations Founded in 1890 22

3 Engineering and Technology DOLE SHIPPING Emerson Technology Enhances Food Preservation Around the World BAY VILLAGE WATER QUALITY Emerson Technology Helps A City Better Maintain Its Drinking Water System PETROBRAS PETROCHEMICAL Brazils largest petrochemical facility will operate with Emerson technology PEMEX WIRELESS Pemex Improves Safety and Extends Production of Oil Field With Emerson Technology ENERGY LOGIC DATA CENTERS Emerson Shows Data Centers How to Take the Heat Out of Energy Costs

4 Emerson Network Power Automatic Transfer Switch Paralleling Switchgear Paralleling Switchgear Uninterruptible Power Supplies & Batteries Uninterruptible Power Supplies & Batteries Fire Pump Controller Fire Pump Controller Surge Protection Extreme-Density Precision Cooling Extreme-Density Precision Cooling Precision Cooling Precision Cooling Power Distribution Units Infrastructure Management & Monitoring Infrastructure Management & Monitoring Server power supplies Integrated Racks Cooling Rack Power Distribution Unit Power Distribution Unit Out-of-Band Access Out-of-Band Access UPS Monitoring Cold Aisle Containment Cold Aisle Containment

5 Avocent IT Management Datacenter Planning & Documentation Comprehensive Visualization, Plan with Confidence, Know Your Capacity & Inventory, Exchange Critical Data with Other Departments Access & Control to the Heterogeneous Environment Power Control & Energy Management Understanding Capacity, Consumption, Cost

6 DCIM Strategy By 2014, DCIM tools and processes will become main stream in data centers, growing from 1 percent penetration (in 2010) to 60 percent. To take advantage of the benefits as they evolve, I&O leaders should begin the DCIM evaluation process in 2010 and 2011, said David Cappuccio, managing vice president and chief of research for Gartners Infrastructure teams in his March 2010 report, DCIM: Going Beyond IT. Bridging the Gap to Increase Efficiency Datacenter IT Datacenter Facility

7 Plan Operate Maintain Static design Hold original design together Design Deploy Traditional Process IT Managed Facility Application Layer IT Layer IT Layer Physical Layer Physical Layer What We Know: Traditional Data Center Thinking Focuses on Functional Layers 7

8 App 4 App 5 App 6 App 7 App 8 No tools today to synchronize the virtualization automation with the physical layer Results in potential overloading and subsequent outages Does not allow optimization in design Physical Infrastructure X Virtualization Exposes the Gap Between IT and Physical Layers 8 There is a need for physical and IT infrastructure to have a dynamic relationship Server 6Server 5Server 4Server 3Server 2Server 1 X Virtualization

9 Preserving Availability Through Increased Safety Margin = Lower Power Capacity Utilization 9 Data center power capacity includes buffers intended to absorb spikes in power use caused by peaks in resource utilization. These buffers are typically based on either nameplate or nominal server power consumption or power consumption measured at peak utilization with specific workloads. Other 55% CRAC fans 10% Server fans 10% Chiller 18% Data Center Power Allocation Power Usage Buffer Limit Actual Capacity Time Power Stranded Capacity Mid changes Dynamic Changes Static Source: Intel White Paper - Increasing Data Center Efficiency with Server Power Measurements

10 Whats Needed: Closed-Loop Control to Allow the Data Center to Operate Like an Eco-System 10 Gain an unprecedented level of visibility into and control over your critical infrastructure. See everything within your critical infrastructure at a glance. Control anything. Bridging the Gap to Increase Efficiency

11 What is the Trellis platform? 11 The only holistic DCIM platform of hardware, software and services for managing the critical operations of the data center Enabling smarter decisions resulting in: Less risk of downtime while achieving greater efficiency Allowing data centers to run at higher capacities Improved compliance The only holistic DCIM platform of hardware, software and services for managing the critical operations of the data center Enabling smarter decisions resulting in: Less risk of downtime while achieving greater efficiency Allowing data centers to run at higher capacities Improved compliance dynamic infrastructure optimization platform

12 Universal Management Gateway Heterogeneous Communication Multiple Protocol Support Real-Time Collection Bi-Directional Communication Leveraging the expertise across Emerson Network Power New Trellis Platform Applications Modular Construction Multiple Protocol Support Bi-Directional Communication Provides the Visibility and Control 12

13 Trellis Platform Conceptual Architecture Develop Where Differentiated – Leverage The Rest Universal Management Gateway Real-time Data (ms) Actionable Data Data Refinement

14 Trellis Platform 1.0 IT Capabilities 14 Inventory Management Track data center inventory Visually track configuration of assets Extendable symbol library for all device types Search and locate within the data center Configuration Management Model relationships between devices Visually analyze impact of changes or events Discover dependencies between different infrastructure components Track change history IT Operations Management Collect and analyze real-time data Set and report on energy limits by zone or rack Utilize trending for better decisions Discover and import new devices Change Management Model future changes to data center Schedule major events Track and manage relationships Track complete change history

15 Trellis Platform 1.0 Facilities Capabilities 15 Site Management Alarm/event management and notifications Device operating status and data trends Environment and site conditions Energy Management Data center efficiency metrics including PUE Energy consumption (kW/hours) and costs Sub-system efficiency losses Power Systems Management Dependencies of the complete power system Power system resource utilization and capacity Active power path status Cooling Systems Management Dependencies of the complete cooling system Cooling system resource utilization and capacity Cooling target zone management

16 Manage Data Center Infrastructure in Real-Time 16 Speed Gather millions of data points in real-time; view only data that is most critical to your business and execute several actions simultaneously Simplicity Centralize monitoring, planning, control and automation in a single system Scalability Management capabilities for small, medium and enterprise environments

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