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1 Israel Datacenter Trends and Strategies 2011 Gideon LopezIDC IsraelMichelleCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
2 AgendaChanging datacenter landscapeChanging technology landscapeCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
3 Lower Cost of Computing Per Unit of Work New Business Cycle for IT Convergence and Clouds Reign for the Next 10 YearsVirtualizationMainframe/minicomputerIntegrated architectureTransactional applications and DatabaseUnix/RISCModular architectureERP, Analytics and DatamartsIntegrated architectureConverged Infrastructure & Private CloudsIntegrated architectureWebBusiness Valuex86Modular architectureCollaborativeApplication DevelopmentPublicCloudsMicroservers?Compute/Memory Boards?Modular architectureFile/Print and Networking1985199019952000200520102015Copyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
4 Changing Realities in the Datacenter 3.0% Servers6.7% Servers11.9% ServersVM Density 9.8VM Density 19.8VM Density 13.6Israel Server Installed Base (‘000)Thousands of ServersVirtualization Management GapSource: IDC Israel, 2012
5 New Economic Model for the Datacenter Shifts to Automation Tools are a Requirement Customer Spending $MSpending in Israel on Servers, Power and Cooling, and Management/Administration (US$M)Source: IDC Israel, 2012
6 New Economic Model for the Datacenter Management Costs Shift to Virtualized Servers Customer Spending $MSpending in Israel on Servers, Power and Cooling, and Management/Administration (US$M)Source: IDC Israel, 2012
7 Impacts from Server Virtualization For Large VM environments or Private Cloud Adopters:Policy based automation tools a table stakesConverged set of infrastructureHigh memory footprints a solution for driving VM densitiesRefocus on Storage EfficienciesData De-duplicationThin ProvisioningMobility/VirtualizationAttitudes and Budgets will have to changeBudget for more SW for automation tools across serversCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
8 Virtualization Maturity Experience and Sophistication Payoff PilotConsolidationAssured ComputingPrivate CloudStaff SkillsLittle or no expertiseHands on expertise; some formal trainingFormal training; certification desirableCertification requiredTechnology & ToolsSimple static partitionsSimple Mobility:Manual & Off-hoursMatched application pairsPortable Applications: Automated FailoverCMDB ImplementedPolicy based automation; Service management; Lifecycle Mgmt; Self Service DeliveryFinancial ImpactNo substantial financial impactMeasurable Hard Cost Savings: ConsolidationPower/Real EstateJustified TCO savings:Business ContinuityVariable costs recognized or charge back models establishedIT Process & PoliciesSkunk WorksAd hocPartially Integrated;Partially StandardizedFully IntegratedFully StandardizedLine of BusinessHiddenRevealedTransparentEngaged in Governance ProcessApplication UsageTest DevelopmentProduction:Non-criticalProduction: Business CriticalProduction: Service Profiles & Catalogs% of Customers15%55%25%5%Average VM Density461035Experience9-12 months9 months - 2 yearsyears3-5 years% Virtualized Servers<10%50%80%PhaseImpactCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
9 Top 10 Datacenter Efficiency Strategies 1. Right Size Supply to Demand2. Drive Ongoing ImprovementsVirtualizationSite Rationalization and ConsolidationOperational Best PracticesAutomation Tools and SoftwareDatacenter RedesignApplication RationalizationModular Datacenter ConstructionLifecycle Management and PlanningRack-based Power and Cooling RetrofitArchitectural and Technology RefreshContinuous ImprovementLess interest in long term strategies; more emphasis on making incremental changes that drive new organizational behaviors and processesUnderstand how all these changes fit together for greatest paybackCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
10 Evolving Datacenter Construction: Modularity is the New Industry Standard ContainerizedHybridBrick and MortarCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
11 Datacenter Build-out & Provisioning Classes of Applications Matter The days of the monolithic datacenter are numberedStandardHigh AvailabilityDatabaseNetworkDatacenter Central Nervous SystemPowerWaterHigh-DensityBladeStandardCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
12 Israel Installed Server KWh by Datacenter Type, Includes Power Consumed and Cooling RequiredMajor Datacenter efficiency moves done in enterprise (inc. government & SP)MillionsSource: IDC Israel, 2012
13 Datacenter Infrastructure (DCIM) Management Moving beyond Excel and Visio DiscoveryProtocol based discovery of Servers, Storage, Networking devices; Tie systems to applications and lines of businessInventory & VisualizationInventory of systems and Mapping of the datacenter facility and device locations to the rack levelMonitoringServer utilization, CPU Memory Disk, Power drawReportingException Reporting, Workflow Orders and Change ManagementOptimize & PredictCycle systems on and off, move virtual machines, MAC orders, find orphaned systems, Tech refresh, Interdependencies and potential downtime, decommissionTrend analysis and Capacity Planning, What ifs simulationMeasure and Monitor Datacenter KPI’sSpacePowerCoolingSecurityEnvironmentalsCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
14 DCIM Almost DCIM . . . But Not Quite Facilities CFD IT Other Facilities, CFD, IT and Other SectorsDCIMCFDOtherFacilitiesITCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
15 Power and Cooling Trends: DCIM’s Role in the Datacenter Katie’s to coverCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
16 Datacenter Infrastructure Management Forecast 2010-2015 Worldwide Packaged Software and Services DCIM Revenue Forecast ($M)CAGR = 25.5%DCIM is a rapidly evolving market with a CAGR of over 25%The majority of revenue is from software with services representing 46% of revenues in 2010, decreasing to 30% by 2015Cloud computing, increased deployment model competition, and availability concerns are drivers of DCIM in enterprise and service provider environments.Copyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
17 Essential GuidanceServer virtualization is outpacing management & automationThis often creates more drain than gain. Investing in virtualization management is not a luxuryThere is no one solution for datacenter designBusiness oriented analysis of different application groups – what needs to stay where and whyFlexibility in design will allow more rapid adaptation of datacenter to business needsIt’s all about managementDatacenter Infrastructure Management is not another software solution, but the focal point through which IT infrastructure is aligned with businessIT is but one element in these solutions and we are still some distance from fully integrated DCIMCopyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
18 Thank You Gideon Lopez IDC Israel Country Manager firstname.lastname@example.org