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Dell Manufacturing & .NET. FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE. Kim Hammonds October, 2007. Agenda. Dell Portfolio and Supply Chain Dell’s Global Presence Managing the Dell IT Environment Factory and Supply Chain Processes Toolset to Manage Development Process Architecture

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Dell manufacturing net

Dell Manufacturing & .NET

FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE

Kim Hammonds

October, 2007

DELL CONFIDENTIAL


Agenda
Agenda

  • Dell Portfolio and Supply Chain

  • Dell’s Global Presence

  • Managing the Dell IT Environment

  • Factory and Supply Chain Processes

  • Toolset to Manage Development Process

  • Architecture

  • Real Time Tracking & Visibility

  • Flashboard

DELL CONFIDENTIAL


Dell product portfolio
Dell Product Portfolio

PowerEdge Servers

PowerVault Storage

PowerApp Server Appliances

XPS Notebooks

OptiPlex Desktops

Software & Accessories

XPS Desktops

Precision Workstations

Latitude Notebooks

VOSTRO


Dell supply chain

The Direct Model

Dell Supply Chain

Suppliers

DELL

Customers

  • Product Quality and Reliability

  • Service and Support

  • Price for Performance

  • Customization

  • Latest Technology

  • Best Customer Experience

  • Highest Quality

  • Low Cost Efficiency

  • Partnering/Virtual Integration

  • Continuity of Supply

  • E-Business Collaboration

  • Low-Cost Manufacturers

  • Technology Leaders

Dell Confidential


Supply chain factory planning
Supply Chain & Factory Planning

“push”

“pull”

Buy-to-Plan

Build-to-Order

  • Dell facilities act as manufacturing centers, not warehouses – only inventory needed for next 2 hours of orders is on site

  • Provides direct signal of Dell customer demand for suppliers

  • Dell’s performance to customer orders is directly linked to our suppliers’ level of support

Material requested to build customer orders

Dell Manufacturing

SLC

Suppliers

Materials delivered in time to meet up with customer order

Dell Confidential


Where we are today
Where We Are Today

  • Revenue of $57.4B last four quarters

  • #25 on the Fortune 500

  • Fortune “Most Admired” Top 10 – 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006 and #1 in 2005

  • CIO 100 – 10 of last 13 years, including 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007

  • InformationWeek 500 Top 50 – 2006

  • Dell IT in more than 34 countries

Manufacturing (9)

Contact Center (41)

Fulfillment (6)

Dell Confidential


Managing a global environment
Managing a Global Environment

  • Hardware

    • ~ 110,000+ client systems

    • ~ 20,000+ Dell servers

    • 18,000 Mobile Devices

  • Networks

    • 107 Dell global WAN sites

    • 39 locations

    • 307 WAN links

    • 420 metro Dell-managed fiber paths

    • 855 wireless access points

    • 177 dedicated extranet partner links

  • Total SAN Storage

    • 5.8+ Petabytes

    • Second-largest storage areanetwork in US, Top 5 globally.*

Dell Confidential

* Source: Brocade Communications Systems Inc.


It by the numbers we are the scalable enterprise
IT By the Numbers: We Are the Scalable Enterprise

Data and Networks:

  • What is the total size of the Dell Data Warehouse?

    330 Terabytes on 84 nodesAnd we run 16,000 reports each day

  • How many emails do our servers handle each day?

    1.8 million outbound40 million inbound (94% of these are spam!)

  • How many voice calls do we handle each month?

    16.5 million inbound toll-free calls3 million outbound calls

  • How many suspicious data packets do our firewalls reject each day?

    About 400 million per day (or 4,000 suspicious data packets every second!)

Dell Confidential


It by the numbers we are the scalable enterprise1
IT By the Numbers: We Are the Scalable Enterprise

Dell.com:

  • How many Dell.com page requests last quarter?

    3.8 billion

  • How many systems are configured each week on Dell.com?

    ~1 million — and 1 million per day in peak holiday season

  • How many visits to Dell.com last quarter?

    400 million

  • How many unique visitors to Dell.com last quarter?

    133 million

  • What is the highest number of pages ever requested in one minute?

    64,584 (and we handle all that traffic on only 28 Dell PE6650 servers!)

Dell Confidential


It by the numbers we are the scalable enterprise2
IT By the Numbers: We Are the Scalable Enterprise

Complexity:

  • How many Contact Centers, Manufacturing, & Distribution sites?

    41 contact centers, 15 manufacturing/distribution

  • How many changes in the environment do we handle each year?

    About 15,000

  • In how many countries, languages & currencies does Dell do business?

    81 countries, 24 languages, and 26 currencies

  • How much cabling is needed for a typical factory?

    166 miles of cabling & 10,000 LAN drops in a typical factory

  • How may security patches do we implement per year?

    7.5 Million security patches/year

  • How many systems are running on our network?

    • 20,000 Servers

    • 110,000 Clients

    • 18,000 Mobile Devices

Dell Confidential


  • Show

  • Dell / Microsoft Video

DELL CONFIDENTIAL


Factory process
Factory Process

  • Supply Chain - Dell’s World Class Supply Chain Allows for Just in Time Inventory

  • Factory Planning - Orders Organized and Prioritized by Factory – in 2 hour blocks.

  • Kitting - Parts are picked and placed on the tote, alongside the chassis.

  • Build - Computer is put together with all the parts from the tote added to the chassis.

  • Burn- Operating System and other customer selected software is ‘burned’ onto the hard drive. Extended Test is also performed.

  • Boxing- Computer is placed in a box, and remaining materials such as documentation, keyboard and mouse are placed inside box.

  • Shipping / Distribution - Box receives shipping label and is routed via shipping and distribution system directly to the back of the truck.

Dell Confidential


Factory automation demo

Message

P2M

ACF_READ

Stop

Station

Go

Display Picks

Done

BGLJ961

Factory Automation Demo

Basic Process Flow

P2M Server

ACF_WRITE

ACF_WRITE

.NET Software

CIMPLICITY Server

P2M Display

Controller

Physical Wiring

1.Trigger

3. Stop

2. To P2M

4.Done

5. Go

6.Release


Developing the i t systems
Developing the I/T Systems

  • Key Tenants for Development & Testing

  • Source Control

  • Check-In Policies (i.e. Testing)

  • Custom Policies (i.e. Code Review)

  • Work Items (i.e. Tasks, Defects)

  • Reporting (Canned Reports)

  • BVT (Automated Build, Test, Deployment)

  • Code Coverage Analysis

  • Continuous Integration Testing

  • Performance & Load Testing

Resource Planning& Chartering

Developing

Stabilizing

Envisioning

Planning

Horizon Process



Integration architecture1
Integration Architecture

  • Technology Running Dell’s Manufacturing Integration Layer

  • Visual Studio 2005

  • Visual Studio Team System

  • NET 3.0 WCF

  • Enterprise Library 3.0

  • Windows 2003 & IIS 6.0

  • Site Info.NET (Custom to Dell)

  • SQL Server 2005

  • MOM


Enterprise library 3 0

Plug-in

Instrumen-tation

Config

Helpers

& Design

ObjectBuilder

Enterprise Library 3.0

Data

Access

Logging

Caching

Core

Cryptography

Exception

Handling

  • Data Access – provides and easy transparent way to connect to databases

  • Logging – standard way to log information that is critical to run Dell’s business

Security

Policy

Injection

  • Exception Handling – gives Dell developers a standard way to handle exceptions

  • Security – caches authentication data

Validation

Dell Uses the Enterprise Library for Standardization and Re-Useable Components


Siteinfo net
SiteInfo.NET

  • Dell’s Internal Solution to Handle “Configuration Settings Management” for .NET applications

  • Technology: ASP.NET UI and SQL Server 2005 Backend

  • Easily Manage Multiple Configuration Files

  • Centrally stored applications settings

  • Ability to remotely manage changes to several application servers at once

  • Encryption of connection strings or sensitive data

  • Role based security for administration

  • Auditing of settings changes

  • Client access to settings restricted by host

  • Environment and region layers to differentiate settings



Real Time Tracking & Visibility

Replay Events and System Flow


Metrics
Metrics

  • Turns the logged data into useful information in the form of reports for engineers, production staff, maintenance and management.

  • First implementation of the industry standard S-95 model which consist of a plant model and standard relational database tables models.

  • First implementation of providing industry standard OEE for measuring equipment effectiveness.

  • Application is plug and play in all factories with minimal configuration changes.

  • Capabilities

  • Hourly Reports

  • Track Code Genealogy

  • Block Starved

  • WIP

  • Cycle Time

  • OOE & Equipment

  • Scanners

  • MTBF

  • Ad-Hoc Reporting

  • Much More …


Flashboard
FlashBoard

  • Description

  • Flashboard (Factory Logging And Services Health Dash Board), displays real time data to assist in troubleshooting the Cimplicity Integrated Services Layer.

  • Technology

  • NET 3.0 WCF

  • ASP.NET

  • Windows 2003

  • IIS 6.0

  • SQL Server 2005

  • MOM

  • Information Provided

  • Average IIS Round Trip

  • Average IT Call Round Trip

  • Errors In a ROW

  • Last IT Call with Errors

  • Last Good IT Call

  • Successful IT Calls (1 hour)

  • Bad IT Calls (1 hour)

  • Total IT Calls (1 hour

  • Server IT Call Utilization



DELL CONFIDENTIAL




Ion case study
ION Case Study

  • The Microsoft and Dell teams worked together to create load harnesses for each application.

    • Determine the realistic Load for an application.

    • Multiply that load by at least 10x (in most cases more)

    • Load Test

      • Utilize CLR Profiler to gather metrics on memory allocation/release under load.

      • Increase the load approximately 10 fold and run again (3 cycles)

    • Performance Test

      • Utilize Windows Performance Monitor to gather counter metrics under load.

      • Increase the load approximately 10 fold and run again (3 cycles)

      • The Microsoft Team collected over 7 Gig of metric data during this process.


Factory process1

Boxing

Ship

Burn

Build

Kitting

Factory Layout

Factory Process


Manufacturing systems
Manufacturing Systems

DOMS

WIPS

OFS

PLC

Scanners

Order Induction

P2M

Conveyors

Kitting

GPCS

Lifts/ Tapers

Build

Lifts/ Tapers

IBMS

Burn

Other..

ADS

Boxing

Printers

MIAS

Shipping

ION

Laser Etcher, etc

CIMPLICITY

FACTORY HARDWARE




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