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Abishek Banerjee
Gaurav Motwani
Karthiksinh Sarvaiya
Vinay Joshi
AGENDA
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ØWHAT IS GREEN COMPUTING?
ØWHY GREEN COMPUTING?
ØAPPROACHES TO GREEN
COMPUTING
ØMOORE’S LAW
ØTHREE PRACTICAL STEPS
ØFINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
ØRACE TO GO GREEN
ØSYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
ØENERGY STAR
ØIBM AND HP’S VISION
ØCHALLENGES
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“ … power will be the number one issue for
most large company IT executives to
address in the next 2-4 years. Ignoring this
issue will NOT be an option.
Power consideration must be incorporated
into data
centre planning. This includes close
cooperation with
facilities management, intelligent reduction
of
unneeded applications, systems, and
WHAT IS GREEN
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COMPUTING ?

Green Computing is the


environmentally
responsible use of computers
and related resources

Is it merely the quality of being


energy
efficient and having a smaller
OTHER ASPECTS TO GREEN
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COMPUTING

ØElimination of harmful substances


like
PVC
ØAmount of floor space occupied by
the
product
ØLength of its useful life
ØAbility to discard
HENCE…
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Green computing is the


environmentally
responsible use of computers and
other
related resources.
Such practices include the
implementation
of energy efficient CPUs, servers,
and
WHY GREEN
,COMPUTING
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ØGrowing public environmental
awareness
ØIncreasing impacts on
environmental and
human health
ØGreen marketing
ØStringent regulations
ØCSR
CYBER WARMING
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Recent press articles focus on IT


damage to
the environment
ØIT does as much damage to the
environment as the airline
industry
Ø2% of the CO2 emitted comes
from
IT industry
APPROACHES TO GREEN
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COMPUTING

ØPower
generation
ØVirtualization
ØPower
management
ØNewer
hardware
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MOORE’S LAW
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HEAT TRANSFER
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HEAT TRANSFER (contd.)
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WHERE IS POWER
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CONSUMED ?
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THREE PRACTICAL
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STEPS
CONSOLIDATION
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VIRTUALISATION
CORE BENEFIT OF VIRTUALIZATION:
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INCREASED .,,,,,
UTILIZATION
,IMPACT OF
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DESIGN
APPLICATION MATTERS
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FINANCIAL
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A typical desktop PC system:-

ØCPU may require 100 watts of electrical


power.

Ø15-17 inch monitor takes 50-150 watts


of electrical power

Ølaser printers takes appx.100 watts of


electrical power printing and 5
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ØA 200 watt PC system costs $38.8 a


year to run
(assuming $0.075 kWh)

After implementing green computing

ØThe same systems costs only $16.2 a


year to run

ØEnergy savings can go as high as $22


a year on
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS ON
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SERVERS
RACE TO GO GREEN
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SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
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ØMonitor and Manage Power and Cooling
– “You do not value what you do not
measure”

ØDo not treat Power as “Unabsorbed” or


“Indirect” Cost

ØImplement a strong Capacity


Management
to have:-
– The right capacity in the right place at
the
STEPS OF IMPLEMENTATION
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ØPower-down the CPU and all peripherals during
extended periods of inactivity.
ØTry to do computer-related tasks during contiguous,
intensive blocks of time, leaving hardware off at other
times.
ØPower-up and power-down energy-intensive
peripherals such as laser printers according to need.
ØUse liquid-crystal-display (LCD) monitors rather than
cathode-ray-tube (CRT) monitors.
ØUse notebook computers rather than desktop
computers whenever possible.
ØUse the power-management features to turn off hard
drives and displays after several minutes of inactivity.
ØMinimize the use of paper and properly recycle waste
paper.
ØDispose of e-waste according to federal, state and
ENERGY STAR
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One of the earliest initiatives toward green


computing in the United States was the
voluntary labeling program known as
Energy Star. It was conceived by the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in
1992 to promote energy efficiency in
hardware of all kinds. The Energy Star label
became a common sight, especially in
notebook computers and displays. Similar
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IBM’S VISION FOR GREEN
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ØHolistic approach to Green Computing
integrates all technical and business
disciplines to attack challenges through
collaborative innovation.
ØInnovations addressing these challenges
may begin in the datacenter, but are
extensible, and being deployed, throughout
society.
– Digital Utility Networks enabling “smart”
energy provisioning; integrated with
IBM’S VISION FOR GREEN
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ØMarket pressures, including increasing
energy demands, overtaxed assets, quality
and reliability of energy supply, and growing
societal concern for the environment, will
force a business model based upon
innovation and transformation.

ØNo one entity can, nor should, go it alone


in this space.
– It will take a coordinated effort among
energy providers, policy makers, enterprises
and consumers, to successfully address
PROJECT
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IBM
Ø$1 billion initiative to reduce energy use
by IBM and its clients

ØIncludes new energy efficient IBM


products and services and a
wholisticapproach to energy efficiency in
the data centre

ØPromises to reduce data centre energy


consumption, transforming clients
technology infrastructure into green data
centres and provide energy savings upto
HP’S VISION FOR GREEN
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HP’s product Design for Environment
program has three priorities
ØEnergy efficiency – reduce the energy
needed to manufacture and use our products

ØMaterials innovation – reduce the amount of


materials used in our products and develop
materials that have less environmental
impact and more value at end-of-life

ØDesign for recyclability – design equipment


that is easier to upgrade or recycle
HP’S VISION FOR GREEN
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COMPUTING

ØHP offers over a thousand products that


meet key eco-label programs, such as
ENERGY STAR, Canada Environmental
Choice, Blue Angel (Germany), TCO
(Sweden), and China CECP energy.
CHALLENGES
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Some sceptics of the green computing say
that more energy-efficient data centres
won't necessarily minimize overall energy
consumption. In fact, they say it will lead to
greater energy use. There's an important
factor missing from the equation, say green-
computing detractors: increasing consumer
demand
Their argument goes like this: The more
efficient a product, the more you use it, and
it ends up consuming more resources
SO WHAT IS THE
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FUTURE ?

Green computing is
the
FUTURE
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