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DESCRIPTIONCost savings, flexibility, and increased mobility aren't the only cloud computing benefits getting the attention of CIOs these days. The energy and emissions savings associated with cloud computing is also a factor for companies that realize the inevitable business implications of climate change. A recent study found that cloud computing uses 90% less energy than traditional on-premises applications. And if all enterprise software moved to the cloud, the environmental benefits would be staggering. Join us in a deep dive on this topic with a customer, a cloud expert, an analyst, and a cloud app developer. You'll leave with a greater understanding of how and why cloud computing is an important part of your sustainability strategy.
- 1. The Climate Case for Cloud Computing IT Professionals Peter Coffee, salesforce.com Jonathan Koomey, Ph.D. , Stanford University Ian Gotts, Nimbus Partners Rebecca Wettemann, Nucleus Research Simon Wheeldon, CloudApps Carbon
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- 3. What Wed Like to Share
- Multi-tenant efficiency applies to all resources
- Cuts power in and CO 2 out
- Impact could soon be a single-digit % of world total
- Mandates are present reality and future certainty
- Global carbon market already exceeds $140 billion
- EU = 64% of volume, but U.S. EPA now says CO 2 is a pollutant
- Cloud architectures enable optimizations
- Diverse energy sources
- Ease of revising choices
- A strong sustainability story is good business
- 4. Jonathan Koomey, Ph.D. - Consulting Professor Stanford University Ian Gotts - Founder and CEO Rebecca Wettemann - Founding Partner, VP/Research Peter Coffee Head of Platform Research salesforce.com Moderator: Nimbus Partners Nucleus Research Simon Wheeldon - Co-founder and CEO CloudApps Carbon
- 5. Jonathan Koomey, Ph.D.
- Stanford University
- 6. Economic Advantages of Cloud Computing
- My claim: Powerful economic trends (driven by energy efficiency) will push users toward cloud computing
- Four energy-related advantages of the cloud
- Economies of scale
- Making structural changes easy
- Important issues still to work out on privacy, security, contracts, other complexities
- Big picture: Moving bits better than moving atoms
- 7. Key Web Sites
- EPA on data centers + 2007 Report to Congress http://www.energystar.gov/datacenters
- LBNL on data centers: http://hightech.lbl.gov/datacenters.html
- The Green Grid: http://www.thegreengrid.org/
- The Uptime Institute: http://www.uptimeinstitute.org
- SPEC power: http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/
- 8. References
- Baliga, Jayant, Robert W. A. Ayre, Kerry Hinton, and Rodney S. Tucker. 2010. "Green Cloud Computing: Balancing Energy in Processing, Storage and Transport." In Press at the Proceedings of the IEEE.
- Koomey, Jonathan. 2007a. Estimating regional power consumption by servers: A technical note . Oakland, CA: Analytics Press. December 5. < http://www.amd.com/koomey >
- Koomey, Jonathan. 2007b. Estimating total power consumption by servers in the U.S. and the world . Oakland, CA: Analytics Press. February 15.
- Koomey, Jonathan, Kenneth G. Brill, W. Pitt Turner, John R. Stanley, and Bruce Taylor. 2007. A simple model for determining true total cost of ownership for data centers. Santa Fe, NM: The Uptime Institute. September.
- Koomey, Jonathan. 2008. "Worldwide electricity used in data centers." Environmental Research Letters. vol. 3, no. 034008. September 23. .
- 9. References (Continued)
- Koomey, Jonathan G., Christian Belady, Michael Patterson, Anthony Santos, and Klaus-Dieter Lange. 2009a. Assessing trends over time in performance, costs, and energy use for servers. Oakland, CA: Analytics Press. August 17.
- Koomey, Jonathan G., Stephen Berard, Marla Sanchez, and Henry Wong. 2009b. Assessing trends in the electrical efficiency of computation over time. Oakland, CA: Analytics Press. August 17.
- Stanley, John, and Jonathan Koomey. 2009. The Science of Measurement: Improving Data Center Performance with Continuous Monitoring and Measurement of Site Infrastructure. Oakland, CA: Analytics Press. October 23.
- Taylor, Cody, and Jonathan Koomey. 2008. Estimating energy use and greenhouse gas emissions of Internet advertising. Working paper for IMC 2 . February 14. .
- Weber, Christopher, Jonathan G. Koomey, and Scott Matthews. 2009. The Energy and Climate Change Impacts of Different Music Delivery Methods. Analytics Press. August 17.
- 10. Ian Gotts
- Nimbus Partners
- 11. How green is your company, Daddy?
- 12. Rebecca Wettemann
- Nucleus Research
- 13. Quantifying the Green Benefits of Cloud Computing
- 14. Lets talk about
- The cloud key questions
- The research
- Looking ahead
- 15. About Nucleus Research
- An independent IT research and advisory firm specialized in investigative, case based research.
- Hundreds of published ROI case studies
- Founded in 2000
- 4.7M ROI tools distributed
- The only firm registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy Registration #108024
- Lower initial, ongoing costs
- Faster time to value
- Greater agility, flexibility
- But what about sustainability?
- 17. What they say about cloud sustainability
- Its all marketing hype to sell us more
- Its only important if I save money
- Its only important to treehuggers
- It cant be measured
- 18. A closer look at cloud sustainability
- Nucleus reviewed salesforce.coms data centers to quantify its total power draw.
- Inventoried each device in salesforce.coms data centers
- Calculated power draw of each device
- Did not include indirect energy impacts
- Nucleus used its data on salesforce.com customers to determine how many servers they would need to support their application
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