Intel® data center manager Overview Get Your Data Center Under Control

Summary • The Need for On-Demand Visibility into Data Center Performance • Intel® Data Center Manager (Intel® DCM) Overview • DCM Features and Functionalities • Use cases • Case Studies • Summary / Call to Action Data Center Computing Progression Multiple computing models will persist for foreseeable future On-Premise Public hybrid Data centers demand more visibility and operational control than ever The 6 Pillars for a successful datacenter manager Real-time Historical TRENDs and Power, Thermal, Health Predictions Monitoring & analytics Improves uptime and helps identify Identify systems with older firmware under-utilized devices Cross-platform support Easy to install, integrate and scale aggregated data To physical groups (e.g. room/row/rack) & logical groups Broad Device Coverage Better inventory and capacity planning (PDUs, UPSs, SANs, NASs, etc.) Accurate Power Capping Helps increase rack density, Decreases costs and improves efficiency Intel® DCM Overview Web-based SDK Intel DCM is a solution for monitoring Management Console and managing the health, power, and thermals of servers and a variety of Intel® Data Center Manager (Web Services APIs) other types of devices. Monitor Control Optimize Analyze Predict Intel DCM reduces data center total cost of ownership (TCO) by: Hardware Protocols Node iDRAC iLO/DCMI IMM CMC OA IMM Manager Redfish SNMP IPMI IPMI IPMI HTTPS/WS-MAN SSH/CLI SSH/CLI  Improving asset management IPMI  Increasing data center reliability Networking and IT Devices Rack and Blade Servers (PDUs, UPSs, NASs, SANs, Switches, etc.)  Simplifying maintenance  Optimizing power & cooling efficiency Scales to 10Ks of nodes  Maximizing compute density IPMI = Intelligent Platform Management Interface iDRAC = Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller iLO = Integrated Lights-out IMM = Integrated Management Module CMC = Chassis Management Controller OA = Onboard Administrator  Reducing downtime SNMP = Simple Network Management Protocol CLI = Command Line Interface SSH = Secure Shell WS-MAN = Web Services-Management DCMI = Data Center Manageability Interface OEM Partners Intel® DCM Ecosystem ISVs / Resellers Direct Customers What can you do with Intel® dcm? Vendor Agnostic Monitoring / Management Create Power-aware jobs and Tasks Increase rack Densities Identify Server Firmware Version Outliers Set Power Policies and caps Simplify Capacity Planning Identify underutilized servers Improve Data center thermal profile Measure energy Consumed by device Pinpoint power/thermal issues Optimize Application power Consumption Avoid Expensive PDUs and Smart Power Strips Predict Fan Failures & Estimate SSD Lifespan Integrate into other management solutions System Manageability Monitor server and sub-component Remote connect to servers via the health in real time and get alerts integrated BMC KVM Warning ! Check the FW version of servers and identify outliers Perform FW updates on Intel Server Systems in batches remotely Identifying Underutilized Servers Identifying underutilized or “ghost” servers can be tricky, but can save significant costs DCM uses historical utilization and power data to determine if servers have not been utilized for a long time That way you can decide to decide to shut down remotely Power off low-utilized Server Saving $25,200 per year Note: 0.1kw x 0.08/kwh x 1.8 x 24 x 365 x 1000 x 20%= 25,200 PoC Report Rack Provisioning and Capacity Planning Use case: Provision rack with 4 KW available power Goal: Fit as many servers as possible within 4,000 W envelope Traditional method: static provisioning Real time monitoring with power budget enforcement* • 650 watt power supply rating • Actual measurements indicates power/server rarely exceeds 250 W • Use 400 watts as