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Kako do energetskog certifikata Upravljanje energijom kao mrezna usluga

Dimitar (Mitko) Vasilev Consulting Systems Engineer [[email protected]]

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· Why managing energy is important · Architecture deep dive · How to demo · EnergyWise today and tomorrow

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Environment

Data Center

Regulatory Requirements Escalating Energy Prices

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CSR PR

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· 50% of energy is consumed by buildings · A typical commercial building's IT assets

consume 25% of total power usage

· 55% of IT's power consumption occurs

IT Electricity IT Equipment Data Center Use Lighting 25% Use Electricity Outside the Data 11% Center

Other

6%

outside the data center

55%

45%

Heating, Cooling and Ventilation

58%

Source: UK Energy Efficiency Best Practice Program; Energy Consumption Guide 19: Energy Use in Offices

Source: Forrester, Enterprise And SMB Hardware Survey, North America And Europe, Q3 2008

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ROI Calculator (.xls) Business Value Calculator

ROI Calculator

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-18411

Business Value Calculator

www.cisco.com/web/go/energywise

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Architecture Deep Dive

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Orchestrator (Now)

CiscoWorks LMS (Now)

SolarWinds

(Now)

IBM Tivoli (Now)

Joulex (CY2011)

BMS

EnergyWise Toolkit Management API Cat 4K (now) ISR G2 (now) Cat 2K (now) Cat 6K (now) Protocol Translators / Gateways

Cisco Mediator (TBD) Schneider Gateway (Jun2011)

Cat 3K (now)

JCI Metasys (2011)Honeywell Tridium (TBD)

EnergyWise Toolkit SDK

PoE on/off (now) IP Phones (May, 2011) Orchestrator PC Clients (now) Wireless APs & Controllers (Aug, 2011)

CDN Partners Supporting SDK onwards)

(CY 11

Building Protocols and non-Ethernet connectors

Campus IT Devices

IP Ethernet Building Devices

Legacy Building Devices

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· When EnergyWise is enabled, EnergyWise discovery events are sent using CDP (on available devices) and then UDP ·This leads to the population of a neighbor table

Distribution A Distribution B UDP Handshake UDP EnergyWise CDP Handshake CDP EnergyWise

EnergyWise communication: 43440/UDP between the parents 43440/TCP to the children

Access A Access B Access C

43440/TCP to the management station

Alternatively, a user can set static neighbors if the entity is not reachable via CDP or UDP

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·What is the power consumed by the entire domain ?

EnergyWise Management

596 W

The EnergyWise domain is independent of the physical domain In this example building 18, is outside the power domain.

300 W

596 Watts!!!

300 W

100 W 100 W

100 W 100 W 100 W

Bldg 19

7W 60 W

Bldg 18

15 W 7W 7W

Name, Role, and Keywords Tag devices with labels to filter the search or query Importance Differentiate which devices are affected by power state changes EndPoints and domain members can be set to energy Levels

Bldg 19

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A Role, Name, and/or Keyword attribute can be set for the parent (switch) or children (interfaces). These attributes can be used to identify a specific device or group of devices, and wildcards such as phone.* can be used. no/default sets to default values

Switch# show run int fa0/7 ! interface FastEthernet0/1 energywise importance 50 energywise role role.lobbyaccess energywise name lobbyInterface.17 Switch# show energywise children

!

Interface --------Fa0/1 | | Fa0/7 Fa0/8

Role ---WS-C3750-48P interface role.lobbyaccess interface

Name ---C3750-48P-149 Fa1.0.1 lobbyInterface.17 Fa1.0.8

Usage ----86.0 (W) 0.0 (W) 0.0 0.0 (W) (W)

Lvl --10 10 7 10

Imp --1 1 50 1

Type ---parent child child child

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· EnergyWise SDK is used to add non-Cisco (non PoE) devices as endpoints · EnergyWise Search API is used to perform queries and network management via

management port

· SDK and API communicate with domain members via TCP

Mgmt App(s) Toolkit Mgmt API Device Agent(s) Toolkit SDK Transport API

Query Requests Notification Requests Discovery Events Query Events

Ref. Agent

Toolkit components TCP

TCP

Network device

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· Leverage EnergyWise to measure, report and regulate energy consumption of a broad array

of network devices:

Desktop and laptop computers EnergyWise enabled switches and endpoints such as IP phones and access points

PCs

Wireless Switches Orchestrator

EnergyWise EnergyWise

EnergyWise

IP Telephony

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Orchestrator Server

Command Protocol

EnergyWise (for all devices) PMP (Agent ­based devices)

Devices

· Web based, single console to manage all devices

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Power management policy: a reusable object, when assigned to devices, dictates when they change power state For PCs, policy also defines:

­ Idle timeouts when not used ­ Exception handling for end users and business applications

Create Policy

Review

· Orchestrator also offers a graphical,

24x7 view of policy schedule. It depicts:

Power state transitions PC power schemes

Assign Manually or with Rules

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Chart based views of critical device state information Search and filtering provides greater detail

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Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator Server

EnergyWise Orchestrator Administration Server

EnergyWise Orchestrator Proxy Server

EnergyWise Orchestrator Provisioning Server

Database

EnergyWise Management Communication

TCP

EnergyWise Toolkit API

Wireless Controller

Domain--logical grouping of entities (Child/ Neighbor)

Domain

Endpoints are managed by policies and monitored for energy usage

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AP Orchestrator Client

End Points

Orchestrator Client

Orchestrator Client

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How to demo

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Step-by-step Instructions

EnergyWise Provisioning Server Switches and PoE devices 1. Configure EnergyWise on the automatically become part of the switches EnergyWise domain PC Client 5.Install Orchestrator

PCs

4. Configure EnergyWise Information 3. Install Proxy Server

Switches

Orchestrator Server

EnergyWise members and end points are discovered by Orchestrator

Wireless

EnergyWise Proxy Server Database Server

2. Install Orchestrator Server. This installs the database and provisioning server

IP Telephony

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Begin by creating an EnergyWise domain. This activates EnergyWise on the switch:

Switch# config t Switch(config)# energywise domain myDomain secret 0 mySecret protocol udp port 43440 ip 2.2.4.30 Switch(config)# exit Switch# show energywise Interface --------Role ---PoE Switch Name ---C3750 Usage ----86.0 (W) Lvl --10 Imp --1 Type ---parent

Verify that EnergyWise is active, and report total available power

Lvl = Level, power level, 0-10 Imp = Importance, a relative number used in power management

Switch# show energywise domain Name : C3750-48P-149 Domain : myDomain Protocol : udp IP : 2.2.4.30 Port : 43440

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Neighbors are EnergyWise-aware switches and powered devices.

Switch# show energywise neighbors Capability Codes: R-Router, T-Trans Bridge, B-Source Route Bridge IGMP, r-Repeater, P-Phone Id -1 2 3 Neighbor Name ------------TG3560G-21 TG3560G-31 TG3560G-22 Ip:Port ------2.2.2.21:43440 2.2.4.31:43440 2.2.2.22:43440 Prot Capability ----------udp S I static S I cdp S I S-Switch, H-Host, I-

After configuration changes, the neighbor table can be cleared and automatically refreshed:

Switch# clear energywise neighbors Cleared all non static energywise neighbors

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· Single Server Orchestrator Server, EnergyWise Proxy Server, EnergyWise Provisioning Server, SQL database all on one machine

Limited to 25,000 devices Must be a mid-range server class system VM environment supported up to 5000 devices

· Remote Database Orchestrator Server, EnergyWise Proxy Server, EnergyWise Provisioning Server on one server, SQL database on a separate machine

Limited to 50,000 devices Must be a mid-range server class system VM environment supported up to 25,000 devices

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· Multiple Proxy Servers Orchestrator Server and EnergyWise Provisioning Server on one machine EnergyWise Proxy Server on a second server SQL database on a separate machine from Orchestrator

Limited to 100,000 devices VM environment supported for both Orchestrator and EnergyWise Proxy Servers

· Multiple Dashboard views Dashboard supported mainly on separate server from Orchestrator

Number of views generally not limited

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EnergyWise today and tomorrow

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EnergyWise Open API/Software Development Kit

·3rd party developers and technology partners ·Available as part of Cisco Developer Network subscription ·Provides general program information to partners ·Engineering and support content (downloadable user guides, SDKs, sample code) ·Provides developer communities with interactive communication tools ­ blogs, wikis, forums ·Defines a scalable support process for developer to reach Cisco TAC and developers

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Total number of partners

~7X

70 10 Q2 CY10 Today

· Schneider BMS solution (FCS June) · JCI Building gateway (integration in progress) · FieldServer (FCS February) · Lenovo PC client (FCS May) · Joulex energy application (now) · IBM Tivoli application (integration in progress) · CA ecoMeter data center application (now)

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· Accurate power monitoring and control down to plug outlet level! · Ideal for data center, lab and enterprise room monitoring of all devices!

FCS Q2 CY11 FCS Q4 CY11

FCS Q1 CY11 FCS TBD FCS Q2 CY11

FCS Q1 CY11

Others Emerson (FCS TBD) Geist (FCS TBD)

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· SDK+ released Apr, 2010 as part of EnergyWise 2.5 release

Panduit (FCS TBD)

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