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OPSAWG Agenda Items 7,8, 9. Juergen Quittek, John Parello, Benoit Claise 78th IETF Meeting, Maastricht, 2010. 7. Energy Management Framework / Architecture draft-claise-power-management-arch-00 8. Energy Management IDs Requirements for Energy Management:

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    1. OPSAWGAgenda Items 7,8, 9 Juergen Quittek, John Parello, Benoit Claise 78th IETF Meeting, Maastricht, 2010 7. Energy Management Framework / Architecture draft-claise-power-management-arch-00 8. Energy Management IDs Requirements for Energy Management: draft-quittek-power-monitoring-requirements-01 Power and Energy Monitoring MIB: draft-claise-energy-monitoring-mib-04 Definition of Managed Objects for Energy Management: draft-quittek-power-mib-01 Considerations for Power and Energy Management: draft-norwin-energy-consider-00 9. Energy Management Working Group Charter Proposal charter proposal

    2. Energy Management Framework/Architecture draft-claise-power-management-arch-00 Brad Schoening, John Parello, Benoit Claise 78th IETF Meeting, Maastricht, 2010

    3. Architecture: Problem Description • Monitoring Power and Energy, based on existing data models (IEC 61850, IEC 62053-22, ANSI C12.20, …) • The target devices include: • Router & switches • Attached devices such as Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices • But not limited to PoE devices. Example: PC • Intelligent meters • Proxy for building energy management • Home energy gateway • Etc… • Based on the requirement • draft-quittek-power-monitoring-requirements-01 • Currently some overlap with draft-claise-energy-monitoring-mib-04 Existing Implementation

    4. Architecture: Example: Router, PoE, and non PoE device

    5. Architecture: Example: BMS IP

    6. Architecture: Example: Smart PDU

    7. Architecture: Overview of Scenarios Use Case Scenarios Scenario 1: Switch with PoE endpoints Scenario 2: Switch with PoE endpoints + device(s) Scenario 3: A switch with Wireless Access Points Scenario 4: Network connected facilities gateway Scenario 5: Data Center Network Scenario 6: Power Consumption of UPS Scenario 7: Power Consumption of Battery-based

    8. Architecture: Overview of New Concepts Monitoring Power Monitor Information Power Monitor Meter Domain Power Monitor Parent and Child Power Monitor Levels Power Monitor Context TBD Discovery Authentication Entitlement Basically a new architecture for OPS We should lay down a good foundation for future work in the energy area

    9. Architecture: Concept of Parent/Child • The parent/Child = the parent reporting the power for the end point (child) • And actually the parent controlling the child power states (not in scope) • For example, Wake-on-Lan • Scaling issue if the NMS would control each child • Building Management System requires a proxy pmIndex 3, PC, reported power, parent = switch pmIndex 2, phone, negotiated power, parent = switch pmIndex 1, port, metered power

    10. Architecture: Concept of Power Levels Level ACPI Global/System State Name 1 G3, S5 Mech Off 2 G2, S5 Soft Off 3 G1, S4 Hibernate 4 G2, S3 Sleep (Save-to-RAM) 5 G2, S2 Standby 6 G2, S1 Ready 7 G0, S0, P5 LowMinus 8 G0, S0, P4 Low 9 G0, S0, P3 MediumMinus 10 G0, S0, P2 Medium 11 G0, S0, P1 HighMinus 12 G0, S0, P0 High G = Global state, S = System state, P = Performance state ACPI: Advanced Configuration and Power Interface Non-operational states Operational states

    11. Architecture: Concept of User Defined Power Levels User Defined Power Level User Defined Name 0 none 1 short 2 tall 3 grande 4 venti Implementation: Device Manufacturer’s Capability STD Power Level/Name User Power Level / Name 1 / Mech Off 0 / none 2 / Soft Off 0 / none 3 / Hibernate 0 / none 4 / Sleep, Save-to-RAM 0 / none 5 / Standby 0 / none 6 / Ready 1 / short 7 / LowMinus 1 / short 8 / Low 1 / short 9 / MediumMinus 2 / tall 10 / Medium 2 / tall 11 / HighMinus 3 / grande 12 / High 4 / venti Interface: Mapped to the Standard Levels

    12. Energy Management IDs Requirements for Energy Management: draft-quittek-power-monitoring-requirementsDefiniton of Managed Objects for Energy Management: draft-claise-energy-monitoring-mib-04 draft-quittek-power-mibConsiderations for Power and Energy Management: draft-norwin-energy-consider Various, Benoit Claise 78th IETF Meeting, Maastricht, 2010

    13. draft-quittek-power-monitoring-requirements-01 Abstract This memo discusses requirements for energy management, particularly for monitoring consumption and controlling power states of devices. This memo further shows that existing IETF standards are not sufficient for energy management and that energy management requires architectural considerations that are different from common other management functions.

    14. draft-quittek-power-mib-01 • Created from Requirements document • In Process of merging with claise monitoring MIB • Contain the optional battery module • Abstract This memo defines a portion of the Management Information Base (MIB) for use with network management protocols in the Internet community. In particular, it describes extensions to the Entity MIB to provide information about the energy consumption, the power states and battery status of managed devices and their components.

    15. draft-claise-energy-monitoring-mib-04 • Created from Requirements document • Defines monitoring in terms of: • Power Monitor Information • Power Monitor Meter Domain • Power Monitor Parent and Child • Power Monitor Context • Power Monitor Levels • Power Monitor Usage Measurement • Optional Power Usage Quality • Optional Energy Measurement

    16. draft-claise-energy-monitoring-mib-04 • Can we assume that the ENTITY-MIB is supported on all monitored devices? • No, so can’t use the entPhysicalIndex as THE index in the table • New index: pmIndex, for each power monitor pmIndex 3 pmIndex 2 Via an agent Known via LLDP-MED pmIndex 3, PC, reported power pmIndex 2, phone, negotiated power pmIndex 1 pmIndex 1, port, metered power

    17. Monitoring MIB: What’s new in version 3 & 4 • Explained all the concepts • More use cases • Link with the LLDP-MED MIB • User defined Power Levels • Power Quality • Better alignment with the IEC data model • More reviews from partners • Note: this is a very very quick summary of a 75 pages draft

    18. draft-norwin-energy-consider-00 • Recently Submitted • Lists and defines areas and concepts to be considered with energy management

    19. Summary • Multiple drafts evolving together • Requirements • MIB • Architecture • A series of new concepts for the architecture • We should lay down a good foundation for future work in the energy area

    20. END