Document 384101

Evolution to the next-generation data center
Thomas Goepel, HP Adaptive Infrastructure Strategy,
Technology Solutions Group, Hewlett-Packard
Technology for better business outcomes
© 2007 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
HP understands
We’re in the new world of business technology, where IT
results are measured in business outcomes
IT as a revenue generator
just a cost center
IT execs with executive
accountability
just IT budgets
Business initiatives
just IT projects
NOT
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Business requirements
just service level
agreements
Optimized infrastructure
IT silos
Business services
just IT services
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Business Technology portfolio
Technology for better business outcomes
Financial
Services
Communications
Media &
Entertainment
Manufacturin
g&
Distribution
Public Sector
Health & Life
Sciences
Business Information Optimization
Provide good information to
enable better business
decisions
Business Technology Optimization
Lower risk to the enterprise
with better control of the
infrastructure
Adaptive Infrastructure
Servers & storage
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Services
Software
Reduce the cost of IT while
delivering more to the
business
Data center challenges
•
Rapidly respond to business and customer
needs
− Struggle to meet service level agreements for critical
workloads
− Can’t 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
IT budget allocation
Innovation
Migration &
Upgrades
10%
25%
Operations –
Maintenance &
mgmt.
Not enough investment in
innovation; too much in
maintaining legacy infrastructure
Shift resources from maintenance to innovation
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65%
Building the roadmap to a
next-generation data center
Based on current IT environment and business priorities
Specific IT domain areas that drive maturity
Technology
Stages
Organization
Adaptive, Shared Infrastructure
of
Service Oriented
Maturity
Optimized
Standardized
Compartmentalized
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Manageability
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Governance
HP Adaptive
Infrastructure drives
better business
outcomes
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Adaptive Infrastructure
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.”
•
Lower cost of IT operations
•
Higher quality of service with
lower risk
•
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Speed in introducing IT change
for business flexibility
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Busines
s
IT Services
Data
Center
Adaptive Infrastructure
Delivering the next generation data center
Business outcomes
Lower the cost of IT operations, provide higher quality of service, and increase speed in
introducing IT change
Current state
Future state
High-cost IT islands
Low-cost pooled IT assets
Turn IT into a
service provider
24x7 lights-out computing environment, based on standard building blocks, automated
using modular software, delivered through comprehensive services.
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Adaptive Infrastructure
IT becomes a service provider
•
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.
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Adaptive Infrastructure
Shared-service utility pattern
Management
Customer Mgmt.
&
Service Catalog
Orchestration
IT’s Customers
Delivery
Application Services
Infrastructure
Service
Information Services
Infrastructure
Service
Infrastructure
Service
Provisioning, Service Mgmt.
Capacity / Pool Mgmt.
Pooled
Resource
Pooled
Resource
Pooled
Resource
Pooled
Resource
Resource Virtualization
Resource Mgmt.
Individual servers, storage
devices, network devices
Resource elements
Data Center
Planning
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Standard Hardware
Deployment Model
Datacenter power and cooling
How to get started
towards an Adaptive
Infrastructure
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Adaptive Infrastructure
A flexible evolution based on business priorities
Business
requirements
Infrastructure
requirements
Business outcomes
Cost of operations
•
•
•
Infrastructure
Initiatives
based on business
priorities
Speed of change
Quality of service
Align IT with the business requirements
IT organizational transformation and governance
Evolve to shared, automated IT services supply chain
Adaptive
• Build-in continuity and availability
• Standardize mgt. processes and tools
Service-oriented
Optimized
• Standardize, consolidate and
virtualize
• Secure IT infrastructure
Standardized
Compartmentalized
Evolving to a next-generation data center
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Adaptive Infrastructure
Delivering the next generation data center
Business outcomes
Business Technology
Initiatives
Data center
transformation
Application & SOA
Transformation
Service Management
Current state
Future state
High-cost IT islands
Low-cost pooled IT assets
Technology Enablers
IT Systems
& Services
•
Scalability
based on
standards
•
IT services
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Power & Cooling
•
Energy-efficient
computing
Security
Management
•
Unified
infrastructure
management
•
Pro-active,
built-in
infrastructure
and data
protection
Automation
Virtualization
•
Pooling and
sharing of IT
resources to
optimize
utilization
•
Dynamic IT
resource redeployment to
meet changing
business
demand
Adaptive Infrastructure
Key enablers
Current state
IT Systems
& Services
• Scalability
based on
standards
• IT services
and support
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Power &
Cooling
• Energyefficient
computing
High-cost
IT islands
Management
Low-cost
pooled IT
assets
Security
Future state
Next-generation
data center
Virtualization
• Pro-active,
• Unified
• Pooling and
built-in
infrastructure
sharing of IT
infrastructure
management
resources
and data
• Integrated IT
protection
and business
• Compliance
services
validation
management
Automation
• Dynamic
control of IT
service
delivery
IT Systems & Services
HP BladeSystem c-Class –
An Adaptive Infrastructure in a 17” box
Key enablers
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•
IT Systems
& Services
ProLiant,
Integrity,
StorageWorks
and HP PCs
for
BladeSystem
Infrastructure
Lifecycle
Services
•
•
Power &
Cooling
Thermal
Logic
technologies
Data Center
Services –
Power &
Cooling
Management
•
•
Insight Control – •
Datacenter
•
Edition
Instant Support •
Enterprise
Edition Services
The new, modular
building block
of next-generation
datacenters
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Security
Security shell
Role-based,
single sign-on
Assessment
Services
Automation
Virtualization
•
•
Virtual Connect
Virtual Machine
Manager
•
Infrastructure
provisioning &
recovery (Q1
‘07)
Unified Infrastructure Management
Bringing Together the Best of Each Platform
Automatically optimize
workloads
Free-up Resources Online Faster
Provide Value
It Just Works
HP Virtual Server Environment
Management
Virtualization
Automation
Streamline environments
Unified
Infrastructure
Management
HP Systems
Insight Manager
HP Integrity Servers
HP ProLiant Servers & HP BladeSystem
Simplify data migration
Change ready infrastructure
HP Virtual Connect
Virtualization Layer
VMware, Microsoft, Xen
HP Essentials
HP Storage Virtualization System
Server Administrator
Network Administrator
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HP Virtual Connect Modules
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Adaptive Infrastructure Maturity Model
An evolution based on business priorities
Domains
Technology &
Architecture
Metrics
Operational
Efficiency –
Cost
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Culture & Staff
(IT Personnel)
Demand, Supply
& IT Governance
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.
Quality of
Service
Speed of
Change
Management Tools
& Processes
Adaptive Infrastructure Maturity Model
Current and desired state based on standard metrics
Domains
Technology &
Architecture
Stage 5:
Adaptive,
Shared
Infrastructure
Stage 4:
Service
Oriented
Stage 3:
Optimized
Stage 2:
Stage
Standardized
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Stage 1:
Compartmentalized
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Adaptive,
Pooled,
Automated
Infrastructure
Management
Tools & Processes
Culture & Staff
(IT Personnel)
Demand, Supply
& IT Governance
Policy-Based, End-To-End,
Management
IT Processes Automated &
Integrated with Business
Processes
Business
Process
Focused
SOACompliant
Infrastructure
Services
Service-Based
Management.
Service Centric,
Integrated IT Processes
Service
Focused
Supply Driven
by Service
Demand
Forecast
Consolidated,
Virtualized,
Shared
Infrastructure
Integrated, Tools &
Information
Collection Consolidated,
Rationalized, IT
Processes
Cross
Functional
Expert Teams
Centralized
Governance
Departmental/
Teams
Centralized
Policies, Supply
Constrained
Standardized
Technology
Dedicated,
Project-Based
Standardized Tools
Standard IT Processes,
ITIL
Project-Based
Management Tools &
Information
Ad Hoc IT Processes
Technology
Focused
Real Time
Alignment of
Supply to
Demand
Manage to
Project
Resources &
Budget
Customer
Desired
State
Personal
Roadmap
based on
priorities
Current
State
Delivering better
business
outcomes
Hewlett-Packard IT
IT shared services for speed of implementation and lower costs
Challenge
Solution
Results
• Too many underutilized
test & development
servers (100 servers)
• Shared test &
development utility
applications
IT improvements
• High cost to maintain
environment
• 4 ProLiant servers
partitioned into 100
virtual machines
• High support contract
costs
• Self-service reservation
portal
• Automation for (virtual)
server allocation,
configuration and
software provisioning
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− 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%
Department of Energy (Los Alamos)
NGDC Evolutionary path (Consolidation/SW/Mgt/Process…)
Challenge
Solution
Results
• Managing an unknown
• Hardware
− An initial 15 DL585
− HP StorageWorks storage
area network (SAN):
StorageWorks 4000, 8000
and 5000 EVA
• Initial virtualized >75
• 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
• Fully redundant and
number of servers (400800) 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
• HP Services
− Solution design
− Implementation and support
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servers, unused physical
servers have been retired
saving energy, mgmt and
maintenance costs
disaster tolerant config for
all virtual machines
• Virtualized server centrally
managed using SIM and
VMM
• Rapid deployment of
additional VM’s without
capital or personnel outlay
• Purchasing (hardware,
software and
maintenance) simplified
WestGrid
WestGrid counts on HP ProLiant DL145 servers for its latest
number-crunching grid computing resource
Challenge
Solution
Results
• Meet rising demand for high
• Hardware:
• Simplicity
performance messagepassing parallel computer
programs
• Obtain a powerful, yet
affordable solution that meets
strict government RFP
standards
− 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
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− Delivered a complete solution,
providing for a unified
environment for highperformance 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
HP uniquely positioned to deliver
Adaptive Infrastructure
To be the best at helping customers
manage and transform their IT
environments to optimize business
outcomes
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•
Open, standards-based
approach
•
Flexibility of implementation
and choice of partners
•
Innovation and product
leadership
•
Experience and scale
•
HP IT showcase and
influence
Thank you
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www.hp.com/go/solutiondemoportal
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