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EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
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EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
EMC: VNX Unified Storage series
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  • 1. VNX Storage Platform
    Juraj GrigaEMC Technology Consultant
    23.3.2011
  • 2. Application Challenges
  • 3. Why did we virtualize servers?
  • 4. Benefits after virtualization
  • 5. Virtualization Changes Everything
    Virtual servers need virtualization optimized storage
    Self-Optimizing Storage Pools
    Static RAID Groups
    Virtual server pool
    Discrete servers
    RAID groups
    Storage pool
    Storagesystem
    Storagesystem
    AUTOMATIC APPLICATION OPTIMIZATION
    AUTOMATIC DATA OPTIMIZATION
  • 6. Next Generation Unified Storage
    Optimized for today’s virtualized IT
    Unisphere™
    VNXe3100
    VNX7500
    VNX5700
    VNXe3300
    VNX5100
    VNX5500
    VNX5300
    Affordable.Simple. Efficient.Powerful.
  • 7. Simple. Efficient. Powerful.
    Built for the most demanding virtual environments
    #1 SAN Platform
    #1 NAS Platform
    Scales performance and capacity
    Self-optimizing
    Hyper-efficient
    Works on any network
    Fully automated
    A new wayto think about unified storage
    CLARiiON
    Celerra
    HARDWARE
  • 8. Click.
    Automate.
    Done.
  • 9. VNX Family
    VNX7500
    VNX Series and VNXe Series
    Unified Platform
    One platform supporting file, block and object
    Centralized Management
    One management framework
    Easily Upgradable
    Start with file or block and upgrade to unified
    Powerful
    New multi-core Intel CPUs &6Gb/s SAS backend
    Efficient Data Services
    Virtual Provisioning, Compression, File Dedupe, Replication
    VNX5700
    VNX5500
    Optimized For All Virtual Applications
    VMware and Hyper-V integration
    High Availability
    Designed to deliver 5 9’s availability
    VNX5300
    VNX5100
    VNXe3300
    VNXe3100
    Packaged Software Solutions
    Simple software suites
  • 10. VNX System Architecture
    Power Supply
    Power Supply
    SPS
    SPS
    FC
    iS
    FC
    iS
    Object:
    Atmos VE
    Clients
    Oracle servers
    Exchange servers
    Application servers
    Virtual servers
    LAN
    SAN
    VNX Unified Storage
    10Gb
    Enet
    10Gb
    Enet
    FCoE
    FCoE
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    Failover
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX X-Blade
    VNX OE FILE
    VNX SP
    VNX SP
    VNX OE BLOCK
    Failover
    LCC
    LCC
    Flash drives
    SAS drives
    Near-Line SAS drives
    HARDWARE
  • 11. VNX Series Models
    Simple. Efficient. Powerful.
  • 12. “Hot”high activity
    Highly active data is stored on FLASH for fastest response time
    “Cold”
    low activity
    The FLASH 1st Strategy
    Maximum economic efficiency across system service life
    Year One
    Year Two
    Year Three
    Year Four
    Year Five
    As data ages, activity falls quickly, which trigger automatic movement to high capacity HDDs for lowest cost over time
    HDD
    FLASH
    Movement Trigger
  • 13. Flexible Storage Tiers
    Optimize TCO with tiered service levels
    SAS back-end connect for performance and reliability
    Up to 24Gb (4x6 Gb) per SAS bus
    Point-to-point, robust interconnect
    Flash (SSD) options
    Highest performing drives
    3.5” – 100 GB, 200 GB
    ~3,000 IOs per second
    SAS (HDD) options
    • 3.5” drives (195 drives/ rack)
    • 14. 300 GB and 600 GB
    • 15. 10K and 15K RPM
    • 16. ~ 140 (10K) to ~ 180 (15K) IOs per second
    • 17. 2.5” Drives (500 drives/ rack)
    • 18. 300 GB and 600 GB
    • 19. 10K RPM
    Near-line SAS (HDD) options
    • 3.5” drives (195 drives/ rack)
    • 20. 2 TB
    • 21. 7.2K RPM
    • 22. ˜ 90 IOs per second
    AUTOMATIC DATA OPTIMIZATION
    Near-line SAS
    (7.2K rpm)
    SAS
    (10K /15K rpm)
    Flash
    VIRTUALSTORAGE POOL
    Highest capacity
    Good performance
    Highest performance
    HARDWARE
  • 23. FAST VP Policies
    Policy ensures storage service levels are met
    1
    Highest Tier PreferredMaximize performance
    e.g. high-performance OLTP system
    Auto-TierOptimize TCO and performance
    e.g. databases with varied levels of activity among tables, or file systems with varied levels of activity across files
    2
    LUN
    1
    STORAGE POOL
    Lowest Tier Preferred
    Reduce TCO
    e.g., archived or infrequently accessed data
    3
    LUN
    LUN
    2
    3
    SSD
    HDD
    FAST SUITE
  • 24. Save Time with FAST VP
    Set-it-and-forget-it performance optimization
    FAST SUITE
  • 25. APP
    APP
    APP
    OS
    OS
    OS
    Virtual Machines
    VMware
    ESX Server
    Nondisruptive Data Mobility with Virtual LUN
    Tier virtual machines within array
    Move virtual machines between storage tiers
    Alter performance characteristic of your VMware vStorage VMFS without disruption
    Nondisruptive to virtual machines and applications
    Tier 1 Applications
    FC
    FC
    FC
    FC
    FC
    FC
    Virtual LUN Technology
    LP-
    SATA
    LP-
    SATA
    LP-
    SATA
    LP-
    SATA
    LP-
    SATA
    LP-
    SATA
    Tier 2 Applications
  • 26. FAST Cache Overview
    Support for file and block
    Extends mid-tier cache using Flash drives
    Adds up to 2 TB of cache
    Less than a third of the cost of DRAM
    Hot data automatically ends up in FAST Cache
    RAID 1 for Read/Write protection
    Transparent to SP failure, no need to warm up the cache
    Applicable to most workloads
    Exchange
    SharePoint
    Oracle
    Database
    File
    VMware
    SAP
    Fastest
    30
    DRAM
    FAST Cache
    Performance
    8
    Disk Drives
    Capacity
    1
    FAST SUITE
  • 27. 3-Times the Performance
    Run applications faster than ever
    • 3Xthe number of users
    • 28. 3X the number of transactions
    • 29. 3X faster VMware View boot time
    • 30. 3X quicker VMware View refresh time
    • 31. 3Xthe number of users
    • 32. 3X the number of transactions
  • Accelerate SQL Server with VNX Series
    More than 3x performance improvement with VNX and FAST Cache
    4.5x performance improvement vs. previous generation
    Achieves optimized performance without expensive data base and application tuning
    Configuration:
    VNX5700utilized 20SAS and 4Flash drives with FAST Cache
    vsCX4-480 with 20FC drives
    Relative Transactions
    per second
    FAST SUITE
  • 33. Accelerate Oracle OLTP with VNX Series
    >3x utility from your Oracle OLTP using FAST Cache and FAST VP
    Improved Oracle transaction time by 3.7x
    Using FAST Cache and virtualized Oracle (with vSphere 4.1)
    Increased performance comes at only a 18% increase in storage solution cost
    Configuration:
    VNX5300 with 20 15K SAS and 7 Flash drives (two used as FAST Cache, five in a tiered pool with FAST VP)
    Vs. CX4-120 with 45 FC drives
    Relative Transactions
    per minute
    If you hear Oracle OLTP, VNX series is a great solution
    FAST SUITE
  • 34. VNX Thin Provisioning
    User B10 GB
    User A
    10 GB
    User C10 GB
    Logical
    application
    and user view
    Physical
    allocation
    4 GB
    Physical consumed storage
    2 GB
    2 GB
    Only allocate the actual capacity required by the application
    VNX THIN PROVISIONING
    Capacity oversubscription allows intelligent use of resources
    File systems
    FC and iSCSI LUNs
    Logical size greater than physical size
    VNX Thin Provisioning safeguards to avoid running out of space
    Monitoring and alerting
    Automatic and dynamic extension past logical size
    Automatic NAS file system extension
    FC and iSCSI dynamic LUN extension
    Capacity on demand
    EFFICIENCY
  • 35. Dynamic Capacity Provisioning
    EFFICIENCY
  • 36. Block Data Compression
    Reduces data footprint by up to 50%
    After
    Works with LUNs, databases, e-mail
    Best with infrequently accessed data
    Minimal performance impact
    Compression done in background
    Before
    Point-and-click savings reduce data footprint
    Recapture storage capacity
    Benefits
  • 37. 1 TB
    Traditional file data
    ~100 GB
    ~900 GB
    Active
    data
    Inactive or aged data or
    specifically targeted data
    ~100 GB
    ~400 GB
    Up to 500 GB savings
    Active
    data
    Dedupe and compressed data
    ~ 500 GB
    File-level Deduplication-
    enabled file system
    File Deduplication and Compression
    Capacity Savings
    • Intelligent data selection
    • 38. Typically avoids active data
    • 39. Option to target active files
    • 40. Compression support for VMs through the Celerra Plug-in for VMware
    • 41. End-user file-level activation
    • 42. Tunable options by file system
    • 43. Size of files
    • 44. Age of files
    • 45. File extension
    • 46. Directory filtering
    • 47. Internal policy engine
    • 48. Runs in the background
    • 49. Throttles to avoid negative impact on client services
    • 50. Leverages EMC technologies
    • 51. Compression engine
    • 52. Deduplication engine
    Up to 50%
    savings
    EFFICIENCY
  • 53. VNX File Level Retention
    File Level Retention Enterprise Option (FLR-E)
    Provides for retention periods per file
    Enables adherence to good business practices
    Tamper proof clock
    Activity Logging
    File Level Retention Compliance Option (FLR-C)
    Meets SEC Rule 17a-4(f) compliance requirements
    Prevents file system deletions with locked files
    “Hard” default retention periods
    Data verificationto validate committed content
    Retention periods cannot be modified
    File systems can only be deleted when retention period has expired
    Third-party compliance validation paper
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    Name:XYZ
    SSN:1234567890
    Account: 808-1287
    Status: Gold
    FLR - Compliance
    FLR - Enterprise
    SECURITY AND COMPLIANCE SUITE
  • 54. 
    VNX Anti-Virus Support
    Œ

    • Virus-checking request
    • 55. Write/close orfirst read after new virus-definition file
    • 56. Virus-checking signatures
    Shared bank of virus-checking servers
    Can deploy multiple vendors’ engines concurrently
    Virus-checking server only reads part of files
    File access is blocked until it is checked
    Scan after update
    Scan on first read
    Automatic access-time update
    Notification on virus detect
    Anti-virus sizing tool
    Runs over VNX Event Enabler infrastructure
    Virus-checking
    server
    User
    VNX5300
    McAfee NetShield
    Symantec AntiVirus for NAS and Endpoint
    Trend Micro ServerProtect for EMC VNX
    CA eTrust Antivirus
    Sophos Anti-Virus
    Kaspersky Anti-Virus
    This is the only anti-virus checking method supported by major virus-checking vendors for network shares
    SECURITY AND COMPLIANCE SUITE
  • 57. Next Generation Data Networking
    Converged 10GbE networks are emerging
    EMC now has expanded portfolio of services
    Certification training
    Implementation services
    Services can be helpful in the following customer use cases
    Data center virtualization (cloud)
    Unified storage (iSCSI and NAS)
    Storage and server consolidation
    • Trend accelerated by server virtualization
    • 58. VMware support FCoE, iSCSI, and NAS
    • 59. EMC now delivers end-to-end Ethernet-based solutions
    • 60. Converged network adapters
    • 61. FCoE switches
    • 62. Native Ethernet/FCoE storage
    HBA
    NIC
    Converged Network Adapter
    FC Network
    IP Network
    Converged Network
    FCoE IO Module
    HARDWARE
  • 63. Disaster Recovery Challenges
    Business Continuity can be Complex
    HARDWARE
  • 64. Daily Backup: Recovery point every 24 hours
    Sync and Async Replication: Latest image replicated, but susceptible to logical corruption
    RECOVERY GAP
    Snapshot: Recovery point every 3 hours
    Recovery
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    RECOVERY
    GAP
    Event
    Continuous Replication with Application Bookmarks: Application optimized recovery points
    UNLIMITED RECOVERY POINTS WITH APPLICATION I/O BOOKMARKS
    Checkpoint
    Patch
    Post-Patch
    Cache Flush
    Checkpoint
    Pre-Patch
    Quarterly
    Close
    Hot
    Backup
    (T) Time
    Options for Protecting Data?
  • 65. RecoverPoint/SE Overview
    Data protection, replication, and disaster recovery solution
    Dynamic synchronous and asynchronous replication
    WAN deduplication reduces network traffic by up to 90%
    Protects physical and virtualized applications
    Integrated with VMware vCenter Server and Site Recovery Manager
    Recover replicated data to any point in time
    Uses array based pricing!
    Provides unified file and block storage disaster recovery
    RecoverPoint Family
    CDP: local
    protection
    CRR: remote protection
    CLR: concurrent local and remote protection
    RecoverPoint/SE: VNX, CLARiiON Unified
    up to 300 TB
  • 66. Local and/or Remote Replication
    OPTIONAL REMOTE RECOVERY SITE
    PRODUCTION SITE
    RecoverPoint bi-directional
    replication/recovery
    Application
    servers
    Standby
    servers
    Local
    copy
    Remote
    copy
    RecoverPoint
    appliance
    RecoverPoint
    appliance
    Production and local journals
    Remote journal
    ProdLUNs
    SAN
    FC/WAN
    SAN
    VNX array
    VNX array
    RecoverPoint/SE CRR
    • Unified block & file remote protection
    • 67. DVR-like recovery to significant PiT
    • 68. 90% WAN bandwidth reduction
    RecoverPoint/SE CDP
    • Local block protection
    • 69. DVR-like recovery to any PiT
  • 1
    2
    Limited distance
    4
    3
    Primary
    Secondary
    4
    3
    1
    2
    Unlimited distance
    5
    Primary
    Secondary
    MirrorView - Multi-site Replication
    MirrorView/Synchronous
    RPO: Zero seconds
    • Both images identical
    • 70. Limited distance
    • 71. High network bandwidth
    • 72. One primary to one or two secondaries
    MirrorView/Asynchronous
    RPO: 30 minutes to hours
    • Target updated periodically
    • 73. Unlimited distance
    • 74. Restartable copy on secondary if session fails
    • 75. Optimized for low network bandwidth (consumes 100 Mb/s maximum)
    • 76. One primary to one secondary
  • Cost effective synchronous block replication
    Primary
    LUN level Disaster Recovery – MirrorViewithSynchronous
    Cost effective block replication
    Supports multi-site replication
    Tracks host writes while link to secondary is down
    Uses a bitmap to map the entire primary mirror
    When secondary is available again, sends only changed data
    Enables partial sync; avoids full re-sync
    Minimizes customer’s exposure to out-of-sync data
    Secondary
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    REMOTE PROTECTION SUITE
  • 77. Service-level specifications
    Automated, business-oriented policy definitions for recovery point objectives (RPOs)
    Set interconnect Quality of Service (QoS) by scheduled bandwidth throttling
    Advanced functionality
    1-to-N replication for data distribution
    Cascading Replication for multi-site disaster recovery
    Scalability
    Up to 1,024 replication sessions
    Common replication management for NAS and iSCSI
    Integrates with writeable NAS snaps
    Snaps
    Snaps
    Snaps
    FS/
    LUNVDM
    FS/
    LUNVDM
    FS/
    LUNVDM
    Replicator
    CASCADING REPLICATION
    Productionsite
    Disaster recovery local site
    Disaster recovery remote site
    Network
    Network
    Network
    LAN
    WAN
    10-minute RPO
    2-hour RPO
    Easily specify replication RPO and interconnect Quality of Service
    REPLICATION AND RECOVERY
  • 78. Point-in-Time Views with Snaps
    Logical PIT Copies
    Pointer-based copy of data
    Takes only seconds to create a complete snap
    Requires less space than a full copy, but has performance overhead
    Only need space for modified data—“Copy on First Write”
    Could result in spindle contention for concurrent reads (from source and snap)
    Physical PIT Copies*
    Physically independent point-in-time copies of source volume
    Require the same space as the source data
    Available after initial copy
    No performance impact on source data
    Can be used to replace source after hardware or software error
    Can be incrementally re-established
    Logical point-in-time view
    SourceLUN
    Sourcedata
    Full-image copies
    Snap
    Snap
    Snap
    Snap
    Clones
    Clones
    Clones
    Clones
    * Physical PIT copies for file systems requires VNX Replicator
    LOCAL PROTECTION SUITE
  • 79. Replication Manager Local or Remote Protection
    Improved business continuity with automated disk-based replicas
    Automates the creation, management, and use of all EMC disk-based, point-in-time replication technologies
    Auto-discovers the environment
    Intelligence to orchestrate replicas with deep application awareness
    Easy to use single GUI with advanced wizards
    Assignable roles for self-service replication
    Replica 1
    Replica 2
    Replica 3
    Replica 4
    Integrated with major enterprise applications
    APPLICATION PROTECTION SUITE
  • 80. PowerPath Multipathing, Monitoring, and Advanced Capabilities
    HBA
    HBA
    HBA
    HBA
    EMCPowerPath
    Multipathing
    Hypervisor
    SAN
    SAN
    SERVICE
    CONSOLE
    PowerPath
    Monitoring and Management
    Data Encryption
    PowerPath Migration Enabler*
    Virtualization
    Nondisruptive arraymigrations
  • 81. Optimized for Virtualization
    Seamless virtualization experience and acceleration
    VAAI* offload
    Virtual server administrator
    Storage administrator
    vCenter Serverintegration
    Unisphere
    Less net I/O
    More VMs
    Faster response
    10X
    Manage storage and VM resources in unison
    Control offload functions and integrated replication
    Manage storage and VM resources in unison
    Control offload functions and integrated replication
    * VAAI = VMware vStorage APIs for Array Integration
  • 82. VMware vStorage APIs for Array Integration (VAAI)
    10-times less I/O, more VMs, faster
    Intelligent offload of storage function to array
    Accelerates VM deployment, clone, snapshot, and Storage VMotion
    Available with latest VMware’s vSphere
    VAAI
    Improve scalability and performance
    Eliminate out-of-space errors
    Transparently leverage array function
    Benefits
  • 83. Storage Management
    EMC Virtual Storage Integrator
  • 84. Next-generation architecture
    • Advanced multi-core platform
    • 85. No-single-point-of-failure design
    • 86. Multi-protocol: CIFS, NFS, and iSCSI
    • 87. Powerful 6 Gb/s SAS back end
    • 88. Compact 2U and 3U design
    Streamlined for ease of use
    • Designed for the IT generalist
    • 89. Application-optimized wizards
    • 90. Configurable with just a few clicks
    • 91. Built-in snapshots and replication
    • 92. Perfect for small or remote offices
    More Storage. Less Effort.
    The easiest, most-efficient array ever
    Storage.
    Click.
    Done.
  • 93. VNXe SeriesModels
    Simple. Efficient. Affordable.
  • 94. Instant Expertise
    Best-practice wizards configure storage with just a few clicks
    Email Wizard
    Set up hundreds of Exchange mailboxes in fewer than 10 clicks
    Hyper-V Wizard
    VMware Wizard
    Set up 1 TB Hyper-V datastore in 10 minutes
    Set up 1 TB VMware datastore in 10 minutes
    Share Wizard
    Volume Wizard
    Set up NFS and CIFS shares in minutes
    Set up iSCSI volumes in minutes
  • 95. Visually drill down to individual components
    Instant Insight with Unisphere
  • 96. Next-Generation Unified Storage
    Most PowerfulSystem
    Optimized for today’s virtualized data IT
    EasiestArray
    Scales large and fast
    Self-optimizes for performance and capacity efficiency
    Works on any network
    Everything is fully automated
    Plug and play
    Works on any IP net
    Up and running quickly
    Easier than ever
    VNXe3100
    VNX7500
    VNX5700
    VNXe3300
    VNX5100
    VNX5500
    VNX5300
    Affordable.Simple. Efficient.Powerful.

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