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GREEN

Eco-Friendly
Computing and Sustainable IT
COMPUTING

Global Warming

34
11
87
44
0.5
0
%

metric megatons

of
all
electricity
Energy
Data
Centers
CO
emission
2
by
2020
Worldwide
(2007)
in
the
world
Consumption
annual increase
rate
Source:
Energy
Information
Administration
Source:
J. Forrest,
Dietrich
and Kaplan
R. Schmidt
Source:
W.
J.M.
and N. Kindler

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Carbon Footprint

total greenhouse
gas (GHG) emissions
Source: The Carbon Trust (2012)

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GREEN
COMPUTING

The practice for


maximizing the efficient
use of computing
resources to minimize
environmental impact.

by Shinde, et. al. (2013), Harmon and Auseklis (2009), and Hart
(1997)

GREEN COMPUTING
by Shinde, et. al. (2013) Scheid
(2011)

Desig
n

Manufacturin
g

Use

Disposal

Recycling

1991

1992

Source: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), A. Fanara(2007), R. Harmon & N. Auseklis (2011)

GOALS

Reduction

Improve

by Vashishta, et. al. (2014), Shinde, et.al. (2013), Lakshmi, et.al (2012)
Harmon & Auseklis (2009),

AGENDA
Lakshmi, et.al (2012)

Social
Responsibilit
y

Economic
viability

Environmenta
l impact

BENEFITS of GREEN
Shinde, et.al (2013)
COMPUTING

Conserve energy

Wise purchasing
decision

Organic lightemitting diode

BENEFITS of GREEN
Shinde, et.al (2013)
COMPUTING

Save energy

Reduce e-waste

Power
adjustments

BENEFITS of GREEN
based on a survey by Murusegan (2008)
COMPUTING

FACTORS

Driving the Adop


Of Green Comput

RAPID GROWTH OF THE INTERNET


Harmon & Auseklis (2009) and Wong (2007)

Source: Internet Live Stats (2014) http://www.internetlivestats.com /internetusers/

2.9B
40%

Internet
Users
Total world
population
Worldwide

as of June 2014

Sources: BBC, Miniwatts Marketing


Group, Internet Live Stats 2014

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INCREASING

Equipment
Cooling
Energy
Power
Requirements
Costs
Density

Sources:
Wang
(2007),
Stanford
(2008
Sources:
Goodin(2006),
Lawton
(2007)
Sources:
Wang
(2007),
Bailey,
et. al,
(200
Torres, et. al. (2008), Fanara
(2007)
Schmidt,
et.al.
Mitchell
(200

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Restrictions
Low server

on
energy
Utilization
supply
rates and
access

ources: Forrest,
Lawton (2007),
Foley (2007)
ources:
et. al. (2008)
and
ietrich, et.
al (2007)
ohmatsu
(2009)
Background source: http://www.marlyse-research.nl/

GREEN
COMPUTING

Strategies

DATA CENTER

Infrastructure

Sources: Francis and Richardson (2008)


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Power, Workload
and Thermal

Management

Sources: Schmidt et. al. (2002),


Dietrich (2007)
and Wilbanks (2008)
Background source: http://www.marlyse-research.nl/

Product design
By Harmon & Auseklis (2009), Francis and Richardson
(2008), Fanara (2007), Barroso, et. al. (2007),

VIRTUALIZATION
By Vashishta, et.al. (2014), Patel,
et. al. (2014) and Ryder (2008)

Background source: www.businessdk.com

Levels of VIRTUALIZATION
Maturity Model
Francis and Richardson (2008)

Background source: www.businessdk.com

Technological Aspects
for Francis
VIRTUALIZATION
and Richardson (2008)

Background source: www.businessdk.com

CLOUD COMPUTING

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CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES


Lewis (2010), Strowd, et. al (2010), and Francis &
Richardson (2008)

Cloud computing refers to a


Computing model that aims
to make high-performance
computing available to the
masses over the Internet.

CLOUD COMPUTING

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Lewis (2010), Strowd, et. al (2010), and Francis &


Richardson (2008)

CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES


Lewis (2010), Strowd, et. al (2010), and Francis &
Richardson (2008)

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Placement
and design

Architecture
Of cloud platform

Architecture
Of applications

According to Francis & Richardson (2008)

Solar Computing

Lakshmi et. al (2012), Anwar (2013),

Telecommuting

SUSTAINABLE
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY

Sustainable IT Practices
Harmon and Auseklis (2009)

Environmental
Regulations

Sources: Greenpeace (2014), Francis & Richardson (2008) Hanselman (2007),


Murusegan (2008), Savitz (2006)

GREEN ICT
IN THE
PHILIPPINES

The Philippine Digital Strategy


Source: Commission on Information and Communication Technology (2014)

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Let us altogether

join our efforts in


building a better
future by upholding
the green advocacy
and practices in our
daily lives.