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1 TAB Data Center Renovation Project Planning for Transition of Summer 2013 February 21, 2013 TAB Atrium

2 Thank you for your help so far… We have begun Phase 1 of our construction Moving a 30-ton cooling capacity roof top unit on Saturday, February 16 2

3 Then Now 3

4 Where were we before this journey began? Physical Servers: 409 Virtual Servers: 93 All old architecture going to Quad switches Prior to fiber optic New Architecture and TSSDC as additional Data Center Data from May 2011 Does not include HPC or Storage

5 We made progress along the way… Physical Servers: 291 Virtual Servers: 288 (combined TAB/TSS) New Architecture in place Old Architecture still exists for many things Data from May 2012 Does not include HPC or Storage

6 Where are we now in TABDC? Physical Items: in New Architecture 155 in Old Architecture Of those, 80 are slated for retirement or virtualization Virtual Servers: 285 (plus 185 in TSSDC) 239 in New Architecture 46 in Old Architecture* Data from January 2013 Does not include HPC or Storage

7 What does that look like graphically? 7

8 Physical layout of TAB Data Center 8

9 Proposal you saw last June 9

10 Actual plans based on modifications Phase 1 Phase 2 10

11 Construction Timeline Roof, electrical, floor work all underway now on Left Side Current Stage = Demolition Construction crews on hand next several Saturdays to minimize disruptions during normal working hours Communications to inhabitants of TAB on a bi- weekly basis with look ahead for major milestones 11

12 IT Timeline Current construction timeline is 4 weeks to move everything from Right side to Left side once we are delivered a completed Phase 1. Target late June. 4-6 weeks prior, we hope to have shared access to install cabinets and cabling, burn in new equipment (May 1-June 15). Split redundant network during this time* Target date for Retirements and Re-IP = April 30 –Months of May and June are filled with obstacles due to Academic calendar 12

13 Targets for end of Phase 1 210items to move: Servers, Storage, Network, HPC, Mainframe First pass discussion, Technology Services identified: –52 items that could be retired outright –28 items that could be virtualized –55 items that are already New Architecture and can move easily –10 items for Storage (actual size 6+ cabinets) Leaves 68 items that need to be Re-IPed intoNew Architecture 13

14 Why? All equipment is being re-racked into new standardized racks. –Minimizing number of items to move or addressing beforehand means we can meet our 4-week window. Knowing what is going where allows us to plan our equipment purchases for networking and allocate power efficiently. 14

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16 Not Shown: HPC, Mainframe w/Storage, Tape Backup (~7 cabinets) Items currently in TABDC slated for retirement/virtualization 16

17 Thank you for your help so far… …interesting times still ahead! 17


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