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A Data Centre Strategy For Sustainability. Present By : Annawar Soe Student No: 42280400. Agenda. Introduction - What is Data Centre? Background - Importance of Data Centre Problems in data centre Current trends in Data Centre Motivation, Aim & Expected Outcome

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A data centre strategy for sustainability

A Data Centre Strategy For Sustainability

Present By : AnnawarSoe

Student No: 42280400


Agenda
Agenda

  • Introduction - What is Data Centre?

  • Background - Importance of Data Centre

  • Problems in data centre

  • Current trends in Data Centre

  • Motivation, Aim & Expected Outcome

  • Data Centre Consolidation & Virtualization

  • Data Centre Design Recommendation

  • Comparison with Australian Governments’ Architecture

  • Conclusion & Future work


What is data centre
What is Data Centre

Data centres are facilities that provide storage, dissemination, management of information and data that is built or organized for a wide community of users


The importance of data centre
The importance of data centre

Governments and organizations support data centre for 5 reasons:

  • Availability

  • Security

  • Connectivity

  • Power Density

  • Green operated IT


Problems in data centre

Increasing data storage demands

Increasing number of data centres

  • Power Shortage

  • Increase in GHG emission

Global Warming

Problems in data centre

The problem linkage of data centre

The data centre impact on environment



Cloud solution
Cloud solution

Delivering services over the internet

  • A highly demanded solution in the ICT

  • Provide shared services initiatives for the business and economic performance

    “Total cost of ownership and service, value for money, reduced risk, business agility , improved flexibility and scalability”


Cloud solution1
Cloud solution

New South Wales Government’s proposed solution


Cloud solution2
Cloud Solution

Consolidated data centre with duplicated data move to cloud computing


Split production architecture
Split Production architecture

To alter appropriate network when one data centre is unavailable

  • High speed network

  • Dark fibre 8 : point to point optical fibre solution

    • Reduce bulk of fibre

  • Storage area network & database system

    • Synchronies all data

      Provide high speed network connection between sites enabling severs to be located in multiple locations


Split production architecture1
Split Production architecture

Queensland Government’s proposed solution


Current issues in data centre
Current issues in data centre

Proposed Solution Do and Don’t

  • Do

    • Reduce number of data centre

    • Cost saving on data centre

    • Support business continuity


Current issues in data centre1
Current issues in data centre

Proposed Solution Do and Don’t

  • Don’t

    • No data consolidation

    • Lack of environmental concerning



Motivation
Motivation

Data centre is important

To maintain business operations and economic performance &

To sustain the environment


Decrease data storage demands

Decrease number of data centres

  • Decrease Energy consumption

  • Decrease in heat emitted by data centres

  • Reduce in Carbon emission

  • Energy efficient

  • Reduced in GHG emission

Data consolidation

Data centre virtualization

Reduce Global Warming

Aim

Aim of the project


Expected outcome
Expected outcome

Expected outcome

  • A framework to address business and delivering of services

  • A framework that seeks to reduce energy consumption

  • A framework to reduce carbon footprint of a data centre



Data centre consolidation
Data Centre Consolidation

  • Reduce extra number of data sever

  • Reduce power generation

  • Reducing administrators to travel

  • Data consolidation

Data Centre consolidation provide efficient energy consumption and business operations by:


Data centre consolidation data consolidation
Data Centre Consolidation : Data Consolidation

Comparison of duplicated data store in consolidated data centre and single data store in consolidated data centre


Data centre virtualization
Data centre virtualization

  • Replacement of physical servers

  • A technology called cloud computing 

  • Virtualisation

    • Storage virtualization, Computing virtualization, Networking virtualization, Security virtualization

Data Centre virtualization increase computing power and reducing power consumption by:



Fabric technology
Fabric Technology

The Fabric Technology is use to:

  • Enables multiple interconnected networking devices

  • Reduces complexity and consolidates the data center network

  • Moving to a single layer


Brocade data centre fabric dcf
Brocade Data Centre Fabric (DCF)

Brocade Data Centre Fabric (DCF)

  • Optimise data duplication, configurations and streamline the fibre channel

  • Support Quality of Service (QoS)

  • Has the capability of adapting to networking

  • Enables adaptive networking

  • Enable the architecture to align with modern business architectures

  • Generate quick responses to business queries


Reduce sever space with dcf
Reduce Sever Space with DCF

  • SAN switches, SAN extension and Brocade Fabric Application

    • Data cleansing ,consolidation and migration

  • Reduce data duplication


Reduce Sever Space with DCF (cont..)

Replacement of standalone unit with blade servers

  • Reduce auxiliary units : fabric connectivity and cabling

  • Provide equivalent processing power

  • Require less hardware

  • Power consumption requirements are subdued

  • Centralize management

  • Greater flexibility in procession power deployment


Reduce sever space with dcf cont
Reduce Sever Space with DCF (cont..)

Comparisons between standalone and blade severs architecture


Server virtualization
Server Virtualization

Server virtualization by enhancing with channels of fibre fabrics

  • Fibre channel host bus adapters (HBA’s)

    • Attach backplane of blade sever

  • Fibre channel blade switch

    • Connectivity to the external storage network

  • Each blade switch has a unique ID

  • Has a special feature called “ Access Gateway”

    • Simplifies fabric management, blade server deployment, support different virtual ID


Server virtualization cont
Server Virtualization (cont…)

The configuration of blade sever, “access gateway” and domain ID fabric services


Server virtualization cont1
Server Virtualization (cont…)

Simplifying sever virtualization connectivity with DCE

  • Ethernet

    • Upgrade Fabric Channel over IP & Fibre Channel

  • Data centre protocol

    • Data transport rate 10Gbit/sec

    • Multi-path capability

  • DCX backbone platform

    • Provide capability to enhance sever virtualization connectivity and streamline blade server


Recommended architecture
Recommended Architecture

Proposed data centre architecture


Architecture comparisons
Architecture comparisons

Australian Governments’ Architecture

Recommended Architecture

Data centre consolidation by data consolidation

Data centre consolidation by virtualization

Focus on business operation

Focus on energy consumption

Focus on reducing carbon footprints

  • Only data centre consolidation

  • Focus on operational efficiency

  • Focus on business operations


Conclusion

Decrease data storage demands

Decrease number of data centres

  • Decrease Energy consumption

  • Decrease in heat emitted by data centres

  • Reduce in Carbon emission

  • Energy efficient

  • Reduced in GHG emission

Data consolidation

Data centre virtualization

Reduce Global Warming

Conclusion

Successfully solved problem linkage


Future work
Future work

  • AI-Managed data centre

    • Managed by Robots

      • Reduce labor cost

      • Reduce operational cost

      • Boost security

  • Able to integrate directly with

    • ERP

    • CRM



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