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EMAN GROUP 5 & 6 Speakers: Tianyu Shi, Jing Yang, Sebastian Marin Supporters: Krago, Steve Sam, Xi Yang.

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1 EMAN GROUP 5 & 6 Speakers: Tianyu Shi, Jing Yang, Sebastian Marin Supporters: Krago, Steve Sam, Xi Yang

2 SUMMARY 2 Energy Management Introduction & Requirement by Tianyu Shi & Krago The EMAN working group provides a forum for energy management. By creating information models that describe devices and their use with respect to power and energy, network administrators can achieve energy management with a sophistication on par with other network management areas. We propose that by introducing context, power/energy descriptions, monitoring, and state control, administrators can create sophisticated energy management and analytic management systems. This Paper Introduces The Backgroud Of The IETF EMAN Working Group Analyzes The Goals Requirements, framework And Mibs.

3 OUTLINE Introduction IEFT EMAN Working Group Goals Conclusion Requirements for energy Energy management Framework Energy related MIB 3 Energy Management Introduction & Requirement by Tianyu Shi & Krago

4 INTRODUCTION The requirement of reducing the energy cost and achieving the energy sustainability. At the ietf meeting in 2009, the first time energy - management (eman) was discussed. In august 2010, eman working group was established. 4 Energy Management Introduction & Requirement by Tianyu Shi & Krago

5 IETF EMAN WORKING GROUP GOALS 5 Energy Management Introduction & Requirement by Tianyu Shi & Krago 2.Framwork. This graph quote form IETF 80 EMAN ref materials

6 REQUIREMENTS FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT Definition of the requirements Aims of the energy management Functions Monitor Control 6 Energy Management Introduction & Requirement by Tianyu Shi & Krago

7 ENERGY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Create a information model(framework) for managing energy more efficient Identify and classify devices, describe the relationship. Work with existing facilities and control systems to manage energy Energy management i.Identify ii.Monitor iii.Control iv.Procure 7 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam

8 Information Model & Energy Object A Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) [RFC4122] is used to uniquely and persistently identify an Energy Object. Ideally the UUID is used to distinguish the Energy Object within the EnMS. Object name can be the device's DNS name, Mac address, etc Importance Keywords Role Domain Define the need for specific battery information Having a unique identifier(UUID) and simple relationships allows complex topologies to be simplified in a mode. Power Source Metering Aggregation 8 Power State Set Power Levels This graph quote form IETF 81 EMAN ref materials Visualizing Power & Energy

9 MODELLING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DEVICES In order to improve the energy consumption efficiency, the first step should enable the network equipment can report their energy consumption by themselves. EMAN defines the reference models of energy consumption monitoring to standardize energy management method. The most basic way of energy consumption management is making equipment can report themselves En consumption situation through the network protocol. 9 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam

10 10 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam Relationships Can Model Scenarios Examples from Reference Model (IETF80)

11 Relationships Can Model Scenarios Examples from Reference Model (IETF80) 11 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam This graph quote form IETF 82 EMAN ref materials

12 12 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam This graph quote form IETF 82 EMAN ref materials

13 13 Energy Management Framework by Jing yang & Steve Sam This graph quote form IETF 82 EMAN ref materials

14 THREE MAIN MIBS IN EMAN EMAN framework Energy aware MIB Energy monitoring MIB Battery MIB 14 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang

15 ENERGY AWARE MIB Energy aware device MIB Contain: 1. Devices Identification 2. Context Information 3. Potential Relationship 15 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang This graph quote form IETF 81 EMAN ref materials

16 16 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang

17 ENERGY MONITORING MIB Areas of Focus Power Measurement Aattributes of the Power Measurement Power Levels Energy Measurement Power Quality 17 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang This graph quote form IETF 81 EMAN ref materials

18 POWER MONITORING MIB EnergyObjectMIB eoMeter Capabilities eoPower State eoEnergy Parameters eoEnergy instrumenta tion available power consumption supported power parameters of energy log of energy 1.Energy Object MIB measurement of power and energy 2.Power Char MIB Power Attributes measurements 18

19 BATTERY MIB Battery Information: The Current Charge Of A Battery The Age Of A Battery The State Of A Battery (E.G. Being Re-charged), Last Usage Of A Battery, Maximum Energy Provided By A Battery 19 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang This graph quote form IETF 81 EMAN ref materials

20 Age Current charge State Last usage Max energy Battery Table 23 OIDs divided into3 groups OID Groups static properties current state thresholds 20 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang BATTERY MIB

21 CONCLUSION This Presentation 1. Analyzed The Requirement Of EMAN 2. Summarized The Framework 3. Gave Definitions Of Related MIB Recommendation: EMAN can be achieved on par with other management areas. Can contribute to optimization of energy use worldwide. Security should be considered Readable objects in mib modules may be considered sensitive or vulnerable in some network environments. 21 Energy related MIB by Sebastian Marin & Xi Yang

22 J. Parello and B. Claise, EMAN: Energy-Management Activities at the IETF, IEEE INTERNET COMPUTING, IEEE Computer Society, June J. Parello et al., Object Context MIB,IETF Internet draft, work in progress, Oct J. Parello et al., EMAN: Energy-Management Activities at the IETF,: IEEE Computing, vol. 17, May-June 2013, pp B. Claise et al., Requirements for energy management, IETF Internet draft, work in progress, Nov B. Claise et al., Energy Management Framework, IETF Internet draft, work in progress, Oct B. Claise, J. Parello, " Power and Energy Monitoring MIB, IETF Internet draft-ietf-eman-energy-monitoring- mib-06, July IETF EMAN ref materials 22

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