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© ORSYP 2011 Confidential Best practices for optimum IT Capacity Utilization UKCMG 2011 Tony Beeston Product Marketing
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential1 The challenges in the IT department meet service levels budget constraint 100’s of servers, and growing... physical, virtual, cloud... 1000’s of IT requests, and growing... dozens of vendors
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential2 Our pragmatic approach for optimum capacity utilization
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential3 What’s the idea? Our approach is: A search for the IT infrastructure best efficiency Based on Lean and 6-Sigma industry methods A balance between “Do more with less” and “Assurance of future sustainability” An on-going process, not a one time project And it will Show you how to optimize utilization of your IT assets Identify IT assets you can reclaim Proactively make you aware of future IT resources organic needs
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential4 What’s in it for me? Benefits of our approach Increased efficiency Cost savings resulting in more economic provisioning of IT services Deferred expenditure Elimination of expensive panic buying Better and more informed acquisition of IT resources Less need for reactive support
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential5 Based on LEAN 6-Sigma Aim at power reserve targets - Improvement Assess new situation – measure improvement Aim at power reserve targets - Improvement Assess new situation – measure improvement Identify servers under-utilized - Waste See how your IT is being used – Median Establish operational utilization levels – Goals Identify servers under-utilized - Waste See how your IT is being used – Median Establish operational utilization levels – Goals Our 2-phase approach to improve efficiency ContinuousImprovement
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential6 NormWasteHot spots Phase 1: Capacity Utilization Assessment Collect metrics View distribution
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential7 Set goals Recommendation for improvement Number of servers / CPU load Target levels of utilization Phase 1: Capacity Utilization Assessment Servers that can be reclaimed Servers for consolidation - virtualization Servers over-utilized Servers that can be reclaimed Servers for consolidation - virtualization Servers over-utilized
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential8 Phase 2: Tuning for best utilization Principles Servers don’t run at 100% capacity and should not. You want to increase resource utilization close to the target operational levels And leave just enough power reserve to prevent resource contention Power Reserve Utilization
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential9 Phase 2: Tuning for best utilization Implement recommendations
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential10 Current level Optimum utilization Optimum utilization Operational risk Poor asset leverage Target utilization level Current utilization level Target level Utilization Phase 2: Tuning for best utilization Assess new situation
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential11 Customer Case Capacity management to discover and exploit the hidden value of unused resources Large European Investment Bank
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential12 Key Facts Large European Investment Banks using the Data Synapse platform Complex grid-computing infrastructure calculating bond rate position & derivatives Growth rate of 800 servers per year to accommodate calculation
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential13 Challenges Rapidly growing infrastructure, yet stagnating performance Inability to visualize utilization of existing resources Unexplainable saturation & underutilization levels throughout the grid
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential14 Benefits 50% increase in calculation rate per server Reduce hardware investments by 45% Improve capacity utilization & exploit existing resources Global visibility of the grid, its components, and how they are used by the different business : next step -> chargeback
© ORSYP 2011 Confidential15 PAGE 15 Contact Information Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.orsyp.com ORSYP EMEA: +33 1 47 73 12 12 ORSYP Americas: +1 781 569 5730 ORSYP APAC: +852 2815 2359
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