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HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
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HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)
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HP Storage pre virtuálne systémy (Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre virtualizáciu)

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Konferencia Virtual Info jeseň 2011 …

Konferencia Virtual Info jeseň 2011
HP, Marian Galik
www.virtualinfo.sk

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  • 1. HP Storage Solutions Prehľad riešení na zálohovanie a ukladanie dát pre VirtualizáciuMarian GalikHP Storage Pre-Sales ConsultantHewlett-Packard Slovakiamarian.galik@hp.com©2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. without noticeThe information contained herein is subject to changeThe information contained herein is subject to change withoutnotice
  • 2. VIRTUALIZATION: YOU HAVE THE CHOICE Citrix User AppSense Environment Windows Roaming RTO Profile Manager Manager Profiles Virtual Profiles Citrix XenApp Microsoft RDS Microsoft App-V Vmware ThinApp Citrix Microsooft Microsoft HP Vmware ICA-HDX RDP 6/7 RemoteFX RGS PCoIP Windows Server Quest vWorkspace Citrix XenDesktop Leostream Vmware View 2008 RDS Citrix XenCenter Microsoft SCVMM Vmware vCenter Citrix XenServer Microsoft Hyper-V VMWare vSphere HP Blades HP Workstation Blades HP Storage (P4000, EVA, 3PAR) HP Networking
  • 3. HP P4000 G2 SAN Solutions Scalable storage optimized for server virtualization©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.The information contained herein is subject to change withoutnotice
  • 4. VMs are only as available as their storageSome storage solutions can’t adequately provide• A single array can only protect data within that array• Clustered storage must protect data across all arrays – If not, data protection is analogous to disk RAID 0• Storage must be as highly available as virtual machines – VM HA protects servers only Email Storage – If storage is offline, VMs are as well Cluster VMs
  • 5. Virtual Storage for a ConvergedInfrastructureHP P4000 G2 SAN  Modular Virtualized Pool  Scalable online of Storage  Highly available  Efficient capacity utilization  Standards based  All inclusive feature set HP P4000 G2 SAN
  • 6. P4000 is Tightly Integrated with VMware Site Recovery Manager Virtual SAN Appliance vSphere management plug-in vStorage APIs for Data Protection vStorage native PSA/PSP MPIO vStorage APIs for Array Integration – Full copy – Block zeroing – Hardware assisted locking
  • 7. Fully featured, Scale-out ArchitectureBuy for today, and then scale with demand• All inclusive feature-set optimized for virtualized environments• Granular scalability of capacity and performance, online• Thin provision on-demand for superior capacity utilization• Support for NFS and CIFS – P4000 Unified NAS Gateway• Simple to install and centrally manage
  • 8. Network RAIDAlways on storage, data remains online during human, power, rack, network or componentfailures• High availability for storage – Would you use disk RAID 0 for your data? – Striping across arrays w/out protection is just as careless!• Protect data from any SPOF including the array – RAID 10 (Mirroring) • Mixed workloads (email, DB, virtualization) A • Can lose up to half of nodes and data A B remains available C – RAID 5 and 6 (Parity Based) A F B • Read intensive workloads (file shares) C D A B E• Storage is as HA as the VMs C B D F – Volume level granularity C D P1 – Change Network RAID levels on-the-fly E D E E F
  • 9. Real-time protection from site failureP4000 Multi-site SAN Site/Rack 1 Site/Rack2• Physical separation for Single Cluster protection from: – Component failure – Node Failure – Rack failure – Building failure• The next level of high availability for virtualized environments Single Cluster – All NR10 volumes are online and accessible simultaneously at both sites A F = or > – Separate both storage and VMs for A B 1 Gb maximum protection C B C D – Volumes and VMs remain online in E D the event of a site failure E F – Volumes automatically re-synch after failed site comes back online Single SAN stretched between two sites or racks
  • 10. Asynchronous Snapshot Replication for DRP4000 Remote Copy Site 1 Site 2• Thin provisioned snapshot replication for efficiency• Simple to Manage – Bandwidth management – Failover / Failback Wizard – Incremental failback• Support for VMware WAN SRM included 1:00 1:00 2:00 2:00 3:00 3:00
  • 11. HP P4000 G2 SAN Solutions Site 1 Site 2 P4000 Virtual P4300 G2 P4300 G2 P4500 G2 P4500 G2 P4500 G2 P4800 SAN SAN MDL SAS SAS Starter Virtualization Multi-Site Scalable for Appliance Starter SAN SAN SAN SAN Capacity SAN BladeSystem (VSA) US list $30,000 $30,000 $55,000 $105,000 $127,000 $148,000 $4,390 price Storage Clustering – Network RAID 5/6/10 – Thin Provisioning – App Integrated Snapshots – SmartClone – RemoteFeatures CopyStarting 16.0 TB 7.2 TB 14.4 TB 28.8 TB 120 TB 31.5 TB 7.2K MDL SAS 15K SAS 15K SAS 15K SAS 7.2K MDL SAS 15K SAS 10 TB licenseCapacity Max 256 256 384 384 384 1120 Varies Drives Included 1 Support Included: 3 years, next business day (NBD) support for HW and SW year SWcoverage support, NBD NAS P4000 Unified NAS GatewaySupport CIFS and NFS file services – Single instance storage (SIS) – VSS - Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) Replication for Remote Offices is optional via VSA for all P4000 models. It is included with10 license (10TB each) with P4500 Multi-site and with Virtualization SAN.
  • 12. Highly Available Storage for ROBO SitesHP P4000 Virtual SAN Appliance• P4000 Virtual Machine for ESX and Hyper-V• Fully featured• Create highly available SANs on servers – Support servers listed on hypervisor’s HCL – Convert existing SAN or A A DAS into P4000 storage A C B PB• Affordable HA and DR A B for small and/or remote PB C C B siteTrial Download: www.hp.com/go/tryvsa
  • 13. Disaster Recovery for ROBO SitesNo physical SAN hardware at required at remote sites• Main Site Main Site – Meet core performance and scalability needs with physical P4000 SAN• Remote Sites – Performance on a smaller scale with P4000 VSA – No dedicated SAN hardware at remote sites – Accommodate space and power restrictions at remote sites – Fan-in / fan-out replication for flexible configurations
  • 14. The industry’s 1st SAN converged withBladeSystem• Simplicity: – Leverage existing C7000 chassis – Field installable – Common management• Storage efficiency: P 4 P – Density and storage virtualization drives 8 0 4 8 0 0 down cost 0 P – Dynamically scale as infrastructure 4 8 P 4 0 8 expands 0 0 0 35• Scalable Performance: Drives – High speed storage paths 35 Drives – Dense spindle count 35 Drives• High availability: 35 Drives – No single point of failure storage architecture – Non-disruptive software upgrades
  • 15. P4800 - Configuration flexibility Clustered Storage 15U Rack or Site AStart with a smallerfootprint• 15U vs 20U• New 2 node configurations• More space for application servers Rack or Site B More choices, higher storage density • New starting capacity points • Field installation for existing c7000’s • Expand up to (8) P4800 nodes within 1 c7000 Storage high availability across racks or sites
  • 16. Protect Your Storage InvestmentNon-disruptively hardware upgrades• Grow seamlessly from POC to full production P 4 P 8 4 0 8 0 0• Migrate live workloads to new platforms in P 0 4 P just a few clicks 8 0 0 4 8 0 0 35 Drives• Leverage older platforms in other capacities 35 Drives (DR, file shares, test) 35 Drives – Cross Version Functionality for DR 35 Drives
  • 17. HP StoreOnce can be used end-to-end.Provides more efficient data backup across the entire network HP Backup Future Store software Once Today D2D system Remote office Servers WAN Virtual machines Scale-out enterprise Future storage Future D2D system Today Data center Application servers Regional office17
  • 18. HP disk-based data protection familyFamily positioning HP VLS Family Extended and Enhanced D2D4324 Series New D2D4312 Series D2D4112 Series D2D4106 Series D2D2500 • Leading capacity • Single or multi-node systems Series • 9 to 18 TBs • Leading capacity • Scalable to • High performance and scalable usable with • Scalable to 36 72 TBs usable upgrade • Enterprise data centers • 4.5 to 9 TBs TBs usable • Entry-level • Entry and mid usable with • Remote • Large FC SANs choice of 1.5 • Remote offices sized enterprise upgrade offices and and mid-size data centers and 3 TBs small to mid- usable • Remote data centers offices and size data With deduplication • Small IT small to mid- centers HP environments for performance critical size data Store environments or remote centers Once offices All feature StoreOnce deduplication, data replication and offer VTL or NAS targets for backup Entry-Level Mid-Range Enterprise18
  • 19. Deduplication: what is it?HP StoreOnce cleverly eliminates duplicate data to reduce the amount ofbackup data to be stored on disk by typically up to 20x • Compares blocks of data being written Backup 1 to the backup device with data blocks Backup 2 previously stored. • If duplicate data is found, a pointer is Backup 3 established to the original data. Backup 4 • This removes, or “deduplicates,” the redundant blocks. Backup n • For normal business data sets, a deduplication ratio of 20:1 might be expected after a period of > 3 months • HP D2D Backup Systems allow unique data to be compressed following deduplication and prior to storing to disk Unique blocks Stored on D2D19
  • 20. The key benefits of data deduplication 1 • Allows longer retention of backup data on disk before archiving Keep More off, or purchasing more backup storage Data on Disk - • Improve service levels and business performance – data is Typically 20x available on disk for longer for fast recovery of lost or corrupt files from multiple backup points More Backup Data • More efficient storage utilization – effectively reduces cost per gigabyte for backup data 2 • Cuts the costs of data transmission through lower bandwidth Enables lines Network • Makes remote backup and disaster recovery more affordable for Efficient a wider range of businesses Replication • Reduces the overhead required at remotes sites required for backup, media management and off-site vaulting20
  • 21. Example - 1 TB file server backup Retention policy Data parameters •1 week, daily Incrementals (5) • Data compression rate = 2:1 •6 months, weekly fulls (25) • Daily change rate = 1% (10% of data in 10% of files) Data stored normally Data stored with deduplication 1st daily full backup 500 GB 500 GB 1st daily incremental backup 50 GB 5 GB 2nd daily incremental backup 50 GB 5 GB 3rd daily incremental backup 50 GB 5 GB 4th daily incremental backup 50 GB 5 GB 5th daily incremental backup 50 GB 5 GB 2nd weekly full backup 500 GB 25 GB 3rd weekly full backup 500 GB 25 GB 25th weekly full backup 500 GB 25 GB TOTAL 12,750 GB 1,125 GB ~11:1 reduction in data stored
  • 22. Data replication that is network efficient Site A Site B 4. Replicate to target D2D 1. Backup to D2D Source 3. Replication of Target D2D Backup System D2D Backup System changed data blocks between backup A and B A B WAN Link A A B B 2. Deduplication22
  • 23. HP 3PAR Utility Storage©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.The information contained herein is subject to change withoutnotice
  • 24. HP 3PAR Utility StorageNext-generation Tier 1 Utility Storage Multi-Tenant Efficient Autonomic Industry-leading Reduce acquisition and Reduce storage storage for Cloud operational costs by 50% management time by 90% Computing
  • 25. Efficient: High Utilization with HighPerformance Thin Optimized Green Reduce capacity Policy-based tiering Reduce power requirements by at balances $/GB and and cooling costs least 50% $/IOP at least 50%• Provision, Convert, Reclaim • Sub-volume based • Think Thin. Think Green• Reservation-less • Policy controlled • High utilization• ASIC accelerated • IO density analysis • Disk minimization• Read/Writable Snapshots • Autonomic movement • Power/cooling savings• No performance compromise • Bias optimized • Utility rebates
  • 26. 3PAR SUPPORTS VMWARE VAAI IN VSPHERE 4.1VAAI (vStorage APIs for Array Integration) enables integrationwith array-specific capabilities & intelligence Hardware Full Copy Block Zero Assisted (XCOPY) (WRITE_SAME) Locking (ATS) 0 00 0 0 000 00 Higher VM Faster VM cloning Increased space density with and Storage vMotion reclamation efficiency granular storage with offloaded data with eliminated locking movement repetitive write zero commandsFree 3PAR Plug-In for VAAI available here: http://www.3PAR.com/services/download.html
  • 27. Autonomic: Delivering Simplicity and Agility Up Fast Excellent Respond to Change Service Levels Quickly 15 Seconds to Deliver high Quickly adapt to the provision a LUN performance to all unpredictable applications• No data layout planning • Mesh-Active clustering • QoS adaptability• No configuration • Wide striping • Dynamic Optimization• Two-click provisioning • ASIC acceleration • Non-disruptive• Rapid cluster provisioning • Failure tolerance • Re-balancing on upgrade• Rapid DR provisioning • Performance optimized • Massive scaling
  • 28. Clustered environments add additional complexity tostorage provisioning• Clusters create new storage management challenges• 1 cluster of 5 hosts and 10 volumes, requires 50 provisioning actions on most traditional arrays! • At 2 min/action: Almost 2 hours • Error-prone• Clusters are dynamic resources subject to growth and frequent change
  • 29. Multi-Tenant: New Tier 1 Storage for theCloud Shared Secure Resilient Diverse and unpredictable Virtual Private Array tenant Sustain service levels workloads across many segregation combined with across major failure different applications/entities massive parallelism scenarios• ASIC enabled • Virtual Domains • Persistent Cache• Data/Control separation • Secure administration • Zero IO loss long distance DR• Multiple QoS level support • Enables consolidation • Clustered availability• Autonomic • Preserves virtualization • Fast ASIC-enabled RAID 6• Vmware integration (VAAI) • Addresses cloud concerns • Fast RAID rebuild
  • 30. Legacy vs. HP 3PAR Hardware ArchitectureTraditional Tradeoffs Traditional Modular Storage HP 3PAR meshed and active Cost-efficient but scalability and resiliency limited by dual-controller design Traditional Monolithic Storage Host Connectivity Distribute d Cache Switched Backplane Controller Functions Cost-effective, scalable and resilient architecture. Meets cloud-computing requirements for efficiency, Disk Connectivity multi-tenancy and autonomic management. Scalable and resilient but costly. Does not meet multi-tenant requirements efficiently
  • 31. Mixed workload supportmulti-tenant performancehosts I/O Processing : Traditional Storage Heavy throughput workload applied Host Unified Processor Disk and/or Memory interface disk interface Heavy transaction workload applied small IOPs wait for large IOPs to be processed = control information (metadata) I/O Processing : 3PAR Controller Node = datahosts Heavy throughput workload sustained 3PAR ASIC & Memory Host Disk interface disk interface Control Processor Heavy transaction & Memory workload sustained control information and data are pathed and processed separately
  • 32. HP 3PAR virtualization advantage Traditional Array HP 3PAR• Each RAID level requires dedicated disks • All RAID levels can reside on same disks• Dedicated spare disk required • Distributed sparing• Limited single LUN performance • Built-in wide-striping based on Chunklets 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R1 R1 R5 R6 R6 R1 R5 R5 R1 R1 R5 R6 R6 R1 R5 R5 Traditional Controllers 3PAR InServe Controllers RAID5 Set RAID1 RAID6 Set LUN 6 LUN 4 Spare LUN 5 LUN 7 LUN 3 RAID1 Set RAID5 Set Physical Disks Spare LUN 0 LUN 1 LUN 2
  • 33. HP 3PAR InServ Storage Servers Same OS, Same Management Console, Same Replication Software F200 F400 T400 T800Controller Nodes 2 2–4 2–4 2–8Fibre Channel Host Ports 0 – 12 0 – 24 0 – 64 0 – 128Optional iSCSI Host Ports 0–8 0 – 16 0 – 16 0 – 32Built-in Remote Copy Ports 2 2 2 2GBs Control Cache 8 8-16 8-16 8-32GBs Data Cache 12 12-24 24-48 24-96Disk Drives 16 – 192 16 - 384 16 – 640 16 – 1,280Drive Types 50GB SSD, 50GB SSD, 50GB SSD, 50GB SSD, 300/600GB FC 300/600GB FC 300/600GB FC 300/600GB FC and/or 2TB NL and/or 2TB NL and/or 2TB NL and/or 2TB NLMax Capacity 128TB 384TB 400TB 800TBThroughput/ 1,300 (MB/s) 2,600 (MB/s) 3,200 (MB/s) 6,400 (MB/s)IOPS (from disk) 46,800 93,600 156,000 312,000SPC-1 Benchmark Results 93,050 224,990
  • 34. VIRTUALIZATION SOLUTIONS FROM HPFULL PORTFOLIO OF CONFIGURATIONS FOR VIRTUALIZATION WITH PATH TOCLOUD Reference HP Smart Architectures HP VirtualSystem Bundles (HP and (HP and partners) (Partner driven) partners) Cloud extensibility Large Enterprise Enterprise/ SMB Mid-Market (Client and Service Server) Provider 34
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