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2 © 2007 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice Technology for better business outcomes Evolution to the next-generation data center Thomas Goepel, HP Adaptive Infrastructure Strategy, Technology Solutions Group, Hewlett-Packard

3 315 February 2014 IT as a revenue generator NOT just a cost center IT execs with executive accountability just IT budgets Business initiativesjust IT projects Business requirements just service level agreements Optimized infrastructureIT silos Business servicesjust IT services Were in the new world of business technology, where IT results are measured in business outcomes HP understands

4 Business Technology portfolio Business Information Optimization Business Technology Optimization Adaptive Infrastructure Servers & storageServicesSoftware Financial Services Communications Media & Entertainment Manufacturin g & Distribution Public SectorHealth & Life Sciences Technology for better business outcomes Provide good information to enable better business decisions Reduce the cost of IT while delivering more to the business Lower risk to the enterprise with better control of the infrastructure 15 February 20144

5 5 5 Data center challenges Rapidly respond to business and customer needs Struggle to meet service level agreements for critical workloads Cant implement new projects fast enough Need agility to respond to changing business needs Reduce costs of operations and maintenance Too many applications, too much customization Underutilized servers Escalating power and cooling costs Enhance quality of service to enable business success Need to ensure business continuity Protect critical resource and data assets Meet Compliance requirements 10% 25% 65% Operations – Maintenance & mgmt. Innovation Migration & Upgrades Not enough investment in innovation; too much in maintaining legacy infrastructure IT budget allocation Shift resources from maintenance to innovation

6 615 February 2014 Stages of Maturity Building the roadmap to a next-generation data center Based on current IT environment and business priorities Specific IT domain areas that drive maturity TechnologyOrganization Governance Manageability Service Oriented Adaptive, Shared Infrastructure Compartmentalized Standardized Optimized

7 7 15 February 2014 HP Adaptive Infrastructure drives better business outcomes

8 815 February 2014 Adaptive Infrastructure Lower cost of IT operations Higher quality of service with lower risk Speed in introducing IT change for business flexibility Delivering on the next-generation data center trend 24x7 lights-out computing environment, based on standard building blocks, automated using modular software, delivered through comprehensive services. Busines s Data Center IT Services

9 9 15 February Adaptive Infrastructure Business outcomes Lower the cost of IT operations, provide higher quality of service, and increase speed in introducing IT change Low-cost pooled IT assets Future state Current state High-cost IT islands Delivering the next generation data center Turn IT into a service provider 24x7 lights-out computing environment, based on standard building blocks, automated using modular software, delivered through comprehensive services.

10 1015 February 2014 Built-on standard, pre-set configurations of shared IT building blocks. Delivering standard IT services to the business users. Managed through automated IT processes. Built-in business continuity and availability. IT becomes a service provider Adaptive Infrastructure

11 11 15 February 2014 Adaptive Infrastructure Datacenter power and cooling Application Services Individual servers, storage devices, network devices Resource elements Pooled Resource Pooled Resource Pooled Resource Pooled Resource Infrastructure Service Infrastructure Service Infrastructure Service ITs Customers Management Delivery Data Center Planning Standard Hardware Deployment Model Customer Mgmt. & Service Catalog Provisioning, Service Mgmt. Resource Virtualization Resource Mgmt. Information Services Orchestration Capacity / Pool Mgmt. Shared-service utility pattern

12 1215 February 2014 How to get started towards an Adaptive Infrastructure

13 Adaptive Service-oriented Optimized Standardized Compartmentalized Evolving to a next-generation data center Adaptive Infrastructure Cost of operations Speed of change Quality of service Infrastructure requirements Business outcomes Business requirements Infrastructure Initiatives based on business priorities A flexible evolution based on business priorities Align IT with the business requirements IT organizational transformation and governance Evolve to shared, automated IT services supply chain Build-in continuity and availability Standardize mgt. processes and tools Standardize, consolidate and virtualize Secure IT infrastructure 15 February

14 14 15 February Adaptive Infrastructure Business outcomes Business Technology Initiatives Delivering the next generation data center Technology Enablers AutomationSecurity IT Systems & Services Power & Cooling Scalability based on standards IT services Energy-efficient computing Pro-active, built-in infrastructure and data protection Pooling and sharing of IT resources to optimize utilization Dynamic IT resource re- deployment to meet changing business demand Unified infrastructure management Virtualization Service Management Application & SOA Transformation Data center transformation Low-cost pooled IT assets Future state Current state High-cost IT islands Management

15 15 15 February 2014 Automation Virtualization Security IT Systems & Services Power & Cooling Management Key enablers Scalability based on standards IT services and support Energy- efficient computing Dynamic control of IT service delivery Unified infrastructure management Integrated IT and business services management Pooling and sharing of IT resources Pro-active, built-in infrastructure and data protection Compliance validation High-cost IT islands Low-cost pooled IT assets Next-generation data center Current stateFuture state Adaptive Infrastructure

16 16 15 February 2014 IT Systems & Services The new, modular building block of next-generation datacenters Thermal Logic technologies Data Center Services – Power & Cooling Virtual Connect Virtual Machine Manager Infrastructure provisioning & recovery (Q1 07) ProLiant, Integrity, StorageWorks and HP PCs for BladeSystem Infrastructure Lifecycle Services Security shell Role-based, single sign-on Assessment Services Insight Control – Datacenter Edition Instant Support Enterprise Edition Services HP BladeSystem c-Class – An Adaptive Infrastructure in a 17 box Key enablers Automation Virtualization Security IT Systems & Services Power & Cooling Management

17 Unified Infrastructure Management HP Essentials HP Systems Insight Manager Unified Infrastructure Management Streamline environments Change ready infrastructure Simplify data migration HP Virtual Connect HP Storage Virtualization System Array Pool HP ProLiant Servers & HP BladeSystem Virtualization Layer VMware, Microsoft, Xen Automatically optimize workloads Free-up ResourcesOnline FasterProvide Value HP Virtual Server Environment HP Integrity Servers It Just Works ManagementVirtualizationAutomation Bringing Together the Best of Each Platform 15 February

18 1815 February 2014 Domains Adaptive Infrastructure Maturity Model Metrics Operational Efficiency – Cost Quality of Service Speed of Change An evolution based on business priorities A Maturity Matrix for an Adaptive Infrastructure: Help define where you or your data center is today, and how best to progress to desired level of adaptive. Defines a step-by-step roadmap. With metrics based on best practice experience. Technology & Architecture Demand, Supply & IT Governance Culture & Staff (IT Personnel) Management Tools & Processes

19 1915 February 2014 Dedicated, Project-Based Standardized Technology Consolidated, Virtualized, Shared Infrastructure SOA- Compliant Infrastructure Services Adaptive, Pooled, Automated Infrastructure Technology Focused Departmental/ Teams Cross Functional Expert Teams Service Focused Business Process Focused Manage to Project Resources & Budget Centralized Policies, Supply Constrained Centralized Governance Supply Driven by Service Demand Forecast Real Time Alignment of Supply to Demand Project-Based Management Tools & Information Ad Hoc IT Processes Standardized Tools Standard IT Processes, ITIL Integrated, Tools & Information Collection Consolidated, Rationalized, IT Processes Service-Based Management. Service Centric, Integrated IT Processes Policy-Based, End-To-End, Management IT Processes Automated & Integrated with Business Processes Desired State Customer Current State Personal Roadmap based on priorities Adaptive Infrastructure Maturity Model Stage Current and desired state based on standard metrics Stage 1: Compart- mentalized Stage 4: Service Oriented Stage 5: Adaptive, Shared Infrastructure Domains Technology & Architecture Demand, Supply & IT Governance Culture & Staff (IT Personnel) Management Tools & Processes Stage 2: Standardized Stage 3: Optimized

20 Delivering better business outcomes

21 2115 February 2014 ChallengeSolutionResults Hewlett-Packard IT IT shared services for speed of implementation and lower costs IT improvements Easy to use web portal for test & development setup requests Rapid setup of requested test & development setup Business benefits Value – cost savings: Hardware & software 75% Annual support and data center space 90% System management costs reduced by 60% Too many underutilized test & development servers (100 servers) High cost to maintain environment High support contract costs Shared test & development utility applications 4 ProLiant servers partitioned into 100 virtual machines Self-service reservation portal Automation for (virtual) server allocation, configuration and software provisioning

22 Department of Energy (Los Alamos) Initial virtualized >75 servers, unused physical servers have been retired saving energy, mgmt and maintenance costs Fully redundant and disaster tolerant config for all virtual machines Virtualized server centrally managed using SIM and VMM Rapid deployment of additional VMs without capital or personnel outlay Purchasing (hardware, software and maintenance) simplified Hardware An initial 15 DL585 HP StorageWorks storage area network (SAN): StorageWorks 4000, 8000 and 5000 EVA Software VMware (ESX server and Virtual Center with VMotion) Microsoft Windows 2003 Redhat Enterprise Linux OS HP SW Continuous Access Oracle database products HP Systems Insight Manager and Proliant Essentials Virtual Machine Manager HP Services Solution design Implementation and support Managing an unknown number of servers ( ) distributed throughout the organization Improve IT services and reduce total cost of ownership Provide a utility-like source of computing capability Simplify purchasing and maintenance Create a disaster tolerant environment ResultsSolutionChallenge NGDC Evolutionary path (Consolidation/SW/Mgt/Process…) 15 February

23 23 WestGrid ChallengeSolutionResults Meet rising demand for high performance message-passing parallel computer programs Obtain a powerful, yet affordable solution that meets strict government RFP standards Hardware: 128 HP DL145 ProLiant servers with dual AMD Opteron 200 series processors 2 Gigabytes per node of physical memory 4 Terabytes of shared disk storage Voltaire Infiniband Interconnect Software: Linux Operating System HP XC System Software stack HP StorageWorks Scalable File Share System (based on Lustre technology Simplicity Delivered a complete solution, providing for a unified environment for high- performance computing Agility Scalable file system provides large storage capability with room to grow Value High-performance computing power for low hardware cost HP ProLiant DL145 servers with Opteron processors have relatively low wattage draw HP included a Lustre cluster file system, giving high-performance access to user data WestGrid counts on HP ProLiant DL145 servers for its latest number-crunching grid computing resource 15 February 2014

24 24 15 February 2014 To be the best at helping customers manage and transform their IT environments to optimize business outcomes HP uniquely positioned to deliver Adaptive Infrastructure Open, standards-based approach Flexibility of implementation and choice of partners Innovation and product leadership Experience and scale HP IT showcase and influence

25 2515 February 2014 Thank you To learn more:

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