The Role of IOV in Server Design Peter Kirkpatrick Aprius Santa Clara, CA December 2010
Server design trends <ul><li>Scale out architectures are driving efficiency, density, and novel form factors </li></ul><ul...
Network based I/O Virtualization IOV is a key building block that enables fabric computing Datacenter Network Workload Wor...
What we have heard from Customers <ul><li>IOV is a great server capability </li></ul><ul><li>Customers value relationships...
Standard Technology Elements <ul><li>Ethernet has provided the industry with a converged fabric </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Larg...
IOV System Architecture I/O Gateway Stateless Servers Shared Resources Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA DA SA 802...
Where are we going from here? Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA Server Integration Server I/O Access Standalone I/...
Thank You <ul><li>Peter Kirkpatrick, Aprius Founder and Chief Architect </li></ul><ul><li>  Peter is chief architect and f...
Resource Demand in Servers Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA VM  Today VM Tomorrow Host  Today Host Tomorrow CPU 2...
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  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA December 2010
  • Aprius' Presentation at the Server Design Summit

    1. 1. The Role of IOV in Server Design Peter Kirkpatrick Aprius Santa Clara, CA December 2010
    2. 2. Server design trends <ul><li>Scale out architectures are driving efficiency, density, and novel form factors </li></ul><ul><li>Physical networks converging on Ethernet, with diverse protocols for applications </li></ul><ul><li>Fabric computing model, where servers can access resources via the fabric </li></ul>Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA
    3. 3. Network based I/O Virtualization IOV is a key building block that enables fabric computing Datacenter Network Workload Workload Workload Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA
    4. 4. What we have heard from Customers <ul><li>IOV is a great server capability </li></ul><ul><li>Customers value relationships with existing vendors </li></ul><ul><li>IOV should be sold and supported by server vendors </li></ul><ul><li>IOV should complement the existing ecosystem of I/O cards and native drivers </li></ul>Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA
    5. 5. Standard Technology Elements <ul><li>Ethernet has provided the industry with a converged fabric </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Large ecosystem, Standards driven, Economics of scale </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>High performance, Advanced capabilities </li></ul></ul><ul><li>PCI-Express has provided the industry with a native I/O model </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Large ecosystem, Standards driven, IOV options </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Flash, SAS/SATA, GPU, FC, offload </li></ul></ul>Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA
    6. 6. IOV System Architecture I/O Gateway Stateless Servers Shared Resources Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA DA SA 802.1Q Tag PCIeOE Header PCIe Data (TLP) CRC32 Type=PCIeOE <ul><ul><li>Standard 802.1Q Frame PCIeOE </li></ul></ul>
    7. 7. Where are we going from here? Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA Server Integration Server I/O Access Standalone I/O Systems Performance I/O Resources Servers Servers Servers
    8. 8. Thank You <ul><li>Peter Kirkpatrick, Aprius Founder and Chief Architect </li></ul><ul><li> Peter is chief architect and founder of Aprius. He has broad experience in research and product development of high speed communication and computing systems. At Intel, he performed pathfinding work in server systems architecture utilizing advanced protocols, high bandwidth interconnects and adaptive electronics. At Intel and Lightlogic, he designed innovative 10Gb/s system interfaces for the enterprise networking market. Peter studied Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado in Boulder. He has been awarded 14 U.S. patents and published peer-reviewed papers in diverse fields. Contact Peter at (408) 524-3166 or peter.kirkpatrick@ aprius.com . </li></ul><ul><li>About Aprius </li></ul><ul><li> Aprius is a venture-backed Silicon Valley company developing systems that provide virtualized I/O resources to groups of servers ‘on-demand’.  Aprius systems greatly simplify the use of I/O for servers, enabling connectivity to a wide range of resources while accelerating the provisioning and management of I/O resources.  For additional information, Aprius may be contacted at [email_address] or www.aprius.com . </li></ul>Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA
    9. 9. Resource Demand in Servers Server Design Summit 2010 Santa Clara, CA VM Today VM Tomorrow Host Today Host Tomorrow CPU 2.5GHz (2)2.5GHz (8)2.5GHz+ (16)2.5GHz+ Memory 4 GB per 16 GB per 64 GB 196 GB Storage 100 GB per 500 GB per 1000 GB 5000 GB Data I/O 100 Mbps per 500 Mbps 4000 Mbps 8000 Mbps Storage I/O 600 IOPS pk 3000 IOPS pk 6400 IOPS pk 30000 IOPS Storage Throughput 20 MB/s pk 100 MB/s pk 200 MB/s pk 1000 MB/s pk
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