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2 Optimaliseer de complete infrastructuur binnen uw datacenter met DCIM Raymond Steenvoorden Sales Operations Manager Europe

3 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Agenda Typical Data Center Management Problems Determine Capacity: Power, Space, Network and Environmentals The Solution: Data Center Infrastructure Management

4 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Typical Problems in Todays Data Centers

5 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary What Does an Enterprise Data Center Look Like? Asset Tracking: Spreadsheets, Homegrown DBs Floor Plan: AutoCAD, Visio Monitoring: Sitescan, Foreseer, Raritan, etc. Cable/Net Tracking: Spreadsheets, Homegrown DBs Configuration: CiscoWorks, etc. Monitoring: HP OpenView, IBM Tivoli Asset Tracking: Spreadsheets, Homegrown DBs CMDB: HP OpenView, BMC BladeLogic, etc. Monitoring: HP Insight Manager, IBM Director Tools FacilitiesNetworkingSystems Domains Raised Floor, UPS, PDU/RPP, Rack PDUs CRACs, Probes Mainframe, Servers, VMs, Storage, Apps Structured Cabling, LAN, SAN, WAN

6 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Common Pain Points in Data Center Management Unable to manage relationships and dependencies among silos or even within silos Unable to get accurate views of current resources Unable to do accurate capacity planning Unable to enforce best practices and processes (EU code of conduct) Unable to comply or it is too costly to comply with internal and external regulatory audits

7 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Manual Processes Labor-intensive processes Slow, time-consuming Unreliable Prone to conflict and errors Costly Unable to meet SLAs Add New Device Dispatch Personnel to DC Rack Space Cabling Patch Panels Network or SAN Switches Power Sockets + Capacity Query Available Resources IP Address Space Problematic Power Sockets + Capacity

8 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Determining Power Capacity Need to understand power chain distribution Need to understand power chain diversity Having real-time load monitoring with intelligent rack PDUs help, but they dont provide the complete picture Why determining power capacity is problematic (not so simple)?

9 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Power Capacity Example 1 – Normal Conditions Normal Conditions Facts Redundant power distribution to cabinet (rack PDU A and B) Servers with dual load-sharing power supplies Each power supply max real-time load (load-sharing) is 3 Amps Total max real-time load on rack PDU A and rack PDU B are 12 Amps each What is the Available Power? Is there Enough Information to Determine Power Capacity? Server Cabinet Rack PDU A Rated at 240 Volts, 32 Amps Electrical Outlet Rated at 240 Volts, 32 Amps PS1PS1 Server 1 PS2PS2 Max Real-time Power Load 3312 PS1PS1 Server 2 PS2PS2 PS1PS1 Server 3 PS2PS2 PS1PS1 Server 4 PS2PS2

10 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Power Capacity Example 2 – Power Chain B Failure Failure Condition Facts Servers fail over to PS1s Server max real-time load is now 6 Amps Rack PDU A real-time max is now 24 Amps What is the Available Power? Appears that we have 8 Amps available Is there Enough Information to Determine Power Capacity? No We need to view the complete power chain Server Cabinet Rack PDU A Rated at 240 Volts, 32 Amps Electrical Outlet Rated at 240 Volts, 32 Amps Max Real-time Power Load 24 PS1PS1 PS1PS1 Server 1 PS1PS1 Server 2 PS1PS1 Server 3 Server 4

11 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Power Chain Diversity Explained Cabinet 1 Cabinet 2Cabinet 48 Electrical Outlet -32 Amp, 240 Volts Rack PDU A -Input: 32 Amps -Fuse: 4 x 16 Amps -Sockets: 6 x 16 Amps/Fuse PDU Breaker Panel A1 -Main Breaker = 250 Amps -Total 1-Pole 32 Amps Breakers = 48 Panel A1Panel A2 To Cabinets 49 thru 96 Source A: 300 KW UPS Rack PDU B Panel B1Panel A2 Source B: 300 KW UPS

12 Raritan, Inc. - Proprietary Power Chain Diversity – Power Chain B Failure Cabinet 1Cabinet 2 Electrical Outlet -32 Amps, 240 Volts Rack PDU A -Input: 32 Amps -Fuse: 4 x 16 Amps -Sockets: 6 x 16 Amps / Fuse PDU Breaker Panel A1 -Main Breaker = 250 Amps -Total 1-Pole 32 Amps Breakers = 48 Panel A1 Source A: 300 KW UPS In Example 2 – Chain B Failure Rack PDU A rating is 32 Amps 8 Amps appears available But when you sum up all 48 rack PDU As, the total load in panel A1 is now 512 Amps (worst case phase) Panel main breaker is only 250 Amps Not enough capacity in panel A1 Panel A1 main breaker will trip

13 So What is the Solution? Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Systems

14 Making the Data Center Green Part of the Green Data Center Initiative Predictive Provisioning Servers, Storage, & Network Devices Visualization of physical and logical configuration Layer 1: Tracking and Measurement Layer 2: Operational Management Layer 3: Intelligent Management Layer 4: Automate Power + Environmental + Space Trending Analysis Recommend Efficiency Informed Decision Processing and Visualization Data Collection Energy Efficiency Change Management Provisioning

15 What is a DCIM System? Beyond Asset Tracking: Enable visualization, tracking and management of all data center assets and their related physical and logical resources including structured cable plant, networks, power infrastructure, and cooling A Holistic Approach: Bridge the organizational and functional gaps across all domains including facilities, networking, and systems domains A Single Pane of Glass: Used by all data center domains and groups regardless of hierarchy including managers, system administrators, and technicians A Single Repository: A single database to house all data from across all data centers and sites Process Driven: A change management system by which you can provision new systems and all their related physical and logical resources A DCIM system becomes the gate through which you will enter the data center to affect physical changes

16 What is a DCIM System? A DCIM system bridges the gap between facilities and IT

17 Key Components of a DCIM System? Visualization Data center floor plan (birds eye view) Racks Servers and devices Structured cabling and power infrastructure Power and data ports Power and data circuits Asset Tracking Capacity Planning Provisioning Assignment of new systems and their related resources Moves, adds, and changes (MACs ) Change Management Requests Reviews and approvals Work orders Real-time SNMP Monitoring Reporting and Dashboards

18 The Birds Eye View Dynamic Floor Map Ability to view data center floor map views dynamically Enhancement: Real-time links to existing Visio and AutoCAD floor plan drawings Capacity Planning Dynamic color coded plans Space planning Environmental planning Power planning Granular Drill Down Cascading drill down to granular details including devices, ports, and circuits

19 Real-time Thermal Mapping

20 The Result – Single Version of the Truth A centralized real-time views of floor plans, cabinets, ports and connections. Automated change management; reduce costs; comply with audits Cabling, IP subnets, VLANs, servers, rack PDUs, breaker panels, UPS, etc. Visualize Manage Track

21 The Ecosystem - It all has to work together to realize economies IT EquipmentPower Distribution, Cooling, and Environment/Building Controls Data Center Energy Management Data Center Asset, Visualization, Change, Capacity, Operations Management IT Equipment Lifecycle Management HTTPS, IPMI, RDP, SSH, SMASH CLP, SNMP, WMI, Modbus, BACNet IT AdminsDC OperationsDC Manager/Facilities 3 rd Party Systems Trouble Ticketing, CMDB, Network Mgmt, Reporting, Workflow, BMS, Billing SNMP, Web Services, ODBC Facilities Building Management

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