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Show & Tell - Wells Fargo
Server Capacity & Performance Management
February 23, 2010
Our risk managed model has a bias for Capacity.
Capacity Planning is the discipline of managing risks and priorities.
Capacity Planning seeks to maintain an appropriate balance among differing priorities:
Cost vs. Capacity – ensure that existing processing Capacity, and Capacity to be purchased, is not only cost justifiable in terms of business need, but also makes efficient use of purchased resources.
Supply vs. Demand – ensure that the available supply of processing power matches the demands made on it by the business, both now and in the future.
The value and risk associated with each drives our approach to Capacity Planning.
We focus on delivering an optimal, cost effective, and risk balanced computing environment for our customers and team members.
We provide a comprehensive set of services:
The Enterprise Capacity Management Practice:
ECAP provides oversight of capacity planning and functions to increase Capacity Management Capability across the enterprise.
Provides: Oversight, Process, and Tools
Supports: The Enterprise Capacity Vision
The ECMP Process:
Standard enterprise procedures for planning and adjusting current and future capacity needs to meet end user availability with acceptable levels of risk and investment
Enables an enterprise-wide view of:
Capacity planning; Risks; and Investments
Drives predictive planning practices
Facilitates reviews and reporting of high priority risks
A common repository for critical application/system capacity planning information.
Documentation trail to show Wells Fargo has performed due diligence in the event of an audit.
Training and Education material
Business Partners (LOB)
& Product Manager
Capacity Management Database (CDB)
Enterprise Communication & Reporting
Service Delivery (SDT)
Resource utilization thresholds
TIS & Open Systems
Process Oversight (ECAP)
M/Ware - ECAP
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