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1 Copyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved. Israel Datacenter Trends and Strategies 2011 Gideon Lopez IDC Israel

2 Apr-15 © IDC Agenda Changing datacenter landscape Changing technology landscape 2

3 Apr-15 © IDC New Business Cycle for IT Convergence and Clouds Reign for the Next 10 Years Mainframe/minicomputer Integrated architecture Integrated architecture Unix/RISC Modular architecture Transactional applications and Database ERP, Analytics and Datamarts Application Development Web File/Print and Networking Collaborative Integrated architecture x86 Modular architecture 2015 Microservers? Compute/Memory Boards? Modular architecture Business Value Converged Infrastructure & Private Clouds Public Clouds Virtualization Lower Cost of Computing Per Unit of Work 3

4 Apr-15 © IDC Changing Realities in the Datacenter Source: IDC Israel, 2012

5 Apr-15 © IDC New Economic Model for the Datacenter Shifts to Automation Tools are a Requirement Spending in Israel on Servers, Power and Cooling, and Management/Administration (US$M) Customer Spending $M Source: IDC Israel, 2012

6 Apr-15 © IDC Customer Spending $M New Economic Model for the Datacenter Management Costs Shift to Virtualized Servers Spending in Israel on Servers, Power and Cooling, and Management/Administration (US$M) Source: IDC Israel, 2012

7 Apr-15 © IDC Impacts from Server Virtualization  Policy based automation tools a table stakes  Converged set of infrastructure –High memory footprints a solution for driving VM densities  Refocus on Storage Efficiencies –Data De-duplication –Thin Provisioning –Mobility/Virtualization  Attitudes and Budgets will have to change –Budget for more SW for automation tools across servers For Large VM environments or Private Cloud Adopters: 7

8 Apr-15 © IDC 8 PilotConsolidationAssured Computing Private Cloud Staff SkillsLittle or no expertiseHands on expertise; some formal training Formal training; certification desirable Certification required Technology & ToolsSimple static partitions Simple Mobility: Manual & Off-hours Matched application pairs Portable Applications: Automated Failover CMDB Implemented Policy based automation; Service management; Lifecycle Mgmt; Self Service Delivery Financial ImpactNo substantial financial impact Measurable Hard Cost Savings: Consolidation Power/Real Estate Justified TCO savings: Business Continuity Variable costs recognized or charge back models established IT Process & PoliciesSkunk WorksAd hoc Partially Integrated; Partially Standardized Fully Integrated Fully Standardized Line of BusinessHiddenRevealedTransparentEngaged in Governance Process Application UsageTest DevelopmentProduction: Non-critical Production: Business Critical Production: Service Profiles & Catalogs % of Customers 15%55%25% 5% Average VM Density Experience 9-12 months9 months - 2 years years 3-5 years % Virtualized Servers <10%25%50% 80% Virtualization Maturity Experience and Sophistication Payoff Phase Impact

9 Apr-15 © IDC Top 10 Datacenter Efficiency Strategies 1.Virtualization 2.Site Rationalization and Consolidation 3.Operational Best Practices 4.Automation Tools and Software 5.Datacenter Redesign 6.Application Rationalization 7.Modular Datacenter Construction 8.Lifecycle Management and Planning 9.Rack-based Power and Cooling Retrofit 10.Architectural and Technology Refresh Continuous Improvement Less interest in long term strategies; more emphasis on making incremental changes that drive new organizational behaviors and processes Understand how all these changes fit together for greatest payback 1. Right Size Supply to Demand 2. Drive Ongoing Improvements 9

10 Apr-15 © IDC Evolving Datacenter Construction: Modularity is the New Industry Standard Containerized Brick and MortarHybrid 10

11 Apr-15 © IDC Datacenter Build-out & Provisioning Classes of Applications Matter High Availability High-DensityBlade Standard Database The days of the monolithic datacenter are numbered Water Power Network Datacenter Central Nervous System 11

12 Apr-15 © IDC Millions Israel Installed Server KWh by Datacenter Type, Includes Power Consumed and Cooling Required Major Datacenter efficiency moves done in enterprise (inc. government & SP) Source: IDC Israel, 2012

13 Apr-15 © IDC Discovery Protocol based discovery of Servers, Storage, Networking devices; Tie systems to applications and lines of business Inventory & Visualization Inventory of systems and Mapping of the datacenter facility and device locations to the rack level Monitoring Server utilization, CPU Memory Disk, Power draw Reporting Exception Reporting, Workflow Orders and Change Management Optimize & Predict Cycle systems on and off, move virtual machines, MAC orders, find orphaned systems, Tech refresh, Interdependencies and potential downtime, decommission Trend analysis and Capacity Planning, What ifs simulation Datacenter Infrastructure (DCIM) Management Moving beyond Excel and Visio Measure and Monitor Datacenter KPI’s Space Power Cooling Security Environmentals 13

14 Apr-15 © IDC 14 Almost DCIM... But Not Quite Facilities, CFD, IT and Other Sectors DCIM CFD Other Facilities IT

15 Apr-15 © IDC Power and Cooling Trends: DCIM’s Role in the Datacenter 15

16 Apr-15 © IDC Datacenter Infrastructure Management Forecast 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 2015 Cloud computing, increased deployment model competition, and availability concerns are drivers of DCIM in enterprise and service provider environments.

17 Apr-15 © IDC Essential Guidance  Server virtualization is outpacing management & automation –This often creates more drain than gain. Investing in virtualization management is not a luxury  There is no one solution for datacenter design –Business oriented analysis of different application groups – what needs to stay where and why –Flexibility in design will allow more rapid adaptation of datacenter to business needs  It’s all about management –Datacenter Infrastructure Management is not another software solution, but the focal point through which IT infrastructure is aligned with business –IT is but one element in these solutions and we are still some distance from fully integrated DCIM 17

18 Apr-15 © IDC Thank You Gideon Lopez IDC Israel Country Manager


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