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  • Note to Presenter: Present to customers and prospects to define EMC’s storage platforms. EMC’s vision is to help customers get the maximum value from their information at the lowest total cost of ownership at every point in the information lifecycle. Information Lifecycle Management is a way to map the right service level to the right application at the right cost at the right time. EMC’s offerings provide best-of-breed technology across a single information infrastructure necessary to implementing Information Lifecycle Management. The offerings include the most complete networked storage platforms, from mid-tier to high-end systems capable of delivering a range of performance, availability, functionality, and economics to meet different service-level requirements. EMC’s storage platforms enable the flexibility and choice to meet a wide range of service-level requirements, providing a key building block to help customers implement ILM by deploying a tiered storage strategy. No matter what requirement or service level you need to meet, EMC delivers a range of offerings and choice to provide the foundation to ILM.
  • Note to Presenter: Present to customers and prospects to define EMC’s storage platforms. EMC’s vision is to help customers get the maximum value from their information at the lowest total cost of ownership at every point in the information lifecycle. Information Lifecycle Management is a way to map the right service level to the right application at the right cost at the right time. EMC’s offerings provide best-of-breed technology across a single information infrastructure necessary to implementing Information Lifecycle Management. The offerings include the most complete networked storage platforms, from mid-tier to high-end systems capable of delivering a range of performance, availability, functionality, and economics to meet different service-level requirements. EMC’s storage platforms enable the flexibility and choice to meet a wide range of service-level requirements, providing a key building block to help customers implement ILM by deploying a tiered storage strategy. No matter what requirement or service level you need to meet, EMC delivers a range of offerings and choice to provide the foundation to ILM.
  • It is interesting to put the evolution of storage in the largest context of the evolution of the entire Information Technology (IT) industry. All through the 1970s and 1980s, all you bought was a computer. The entire industry was the Compute layer – proprietary client interface, proprietary network, and proprietary storage, all provided by large vertically-integrated suppliers. From the user’s point of view, if you had, for example, a system from DEC and a system from IBM, you had to have two terminals on your desk.
  • The leaders in each of these layers always have the ability to expand their segment. So what EMC is doing now is it’s carving out of the Compute layer the Information Management piece. Our strategy is to be an end-to-end best-of-breed provider focused on the expanded Networked Storage industry layer. As you know, IBM’s strategy is to be an end-to-end supplier across all of the industry layers. It is a credible strategy, especially seductive for customers in tough economic times when IBM is promising significant cost savings. But I believe that now and in the future, there are compelling reasons for customers to buy from best-of-breed focused suppliers who are providing them with unmatched expertise in one of the layers of the IT infrastructure.
  • Information lifecycle management can be defined as a customer strategy to align the IT infrastructure with the changing value of information at the lowest total cost. Note to Presenter: This is the plan customers develop to address the challenges listed in the previous slide. Following an information lifecycle management strategy effectively can yield the following benefits: Reduce management overhead and align your assets Improve storage and server utilization Optimize tiered infrastructure with limited manual movement of data Less cost and effort required to meet recovery-level objectives Lower infrastructure cost required to meet service-level objectives (including compliance) Some basics of information lifecycle management: ILM is not a thing; it’s a thinking It’s about alignment One size does not fit all It’s policy-driven Automation is enabled It’s achievable today Definitive phases can be gone through in order to realize its benefits
  • Here’s an easy way to define Service Levels. It’s not about SLAs. Only about 10% of our biggest customers have formal SLA contracts in writing. When we talk about Service Levels – and more and more customers are looking for best practices here – we’re talking about formal or informal levels of performance, availability, functionality and economics. Remember APAFE from January? We said that EMC stands for Consolidation, Control and Continuity, and ANS is the set of building blocks that meets the challenges. The question is – how much consolidation? What degree of control? What kind of continuity? EMC ANS CHOICE means you can dial up different degrees of performance, availability and so on to meet a wide range of consolidation, control and continuity requirements. Performance from moderate to very fast. Availability from three nine’s to no nine’s. Functionality that’s manual or fully automated. Affordable economics that allow you to pay now or pay later. The idea is to help customers OPTIMIZE service levels. That means match the right application to the right service level at the right cost – and zeroing in on the right EMC products to help get them there. So this is a way to both define what we mean by service levels – AND a way to measure the differences between service levels.
  • Only EMC offers networked storage solutions for every business need: SAN for business and technical applications requiring optimized transaction performance; NAS for high-availability file sharing and collaboration; and CAS for storage and retrieval of fixed content (information in its final form like archived e-mails and MRIs). Whether you need SAN, NAS, CAS, or a combination, only EMC can deliver and integrate all three—to work together seamlessly in your environment.
  • The first phase toward information lifecycle management is tiering your storage to meet a broad range of service levels. EMC offers you: The greatest choice, breadth, depth, and differentiation of storage offerings, ranging from tape to the highest-performing, highest-availability Symmetrix offerings A choice of connectivity options, leveraging Fibre Channel, iSCSI, and/or IP to meet varying service levels Purpose-built platform offerings, like Centera for fixed content, or CLARiiON Disk Library for backup-to-disk tape emulation Nearline archiving and offsite vaulting capabilities with our ADIC Scalar Series of tape products
  • Once again, service levels should drive decision-making. No matter what level of availability your business demands, EMC can help you meet that demand with software, services, and hardware: Platform: When bad things happen or are about to happen, EMC ensures you can make repairs with minimal disruption to your business. Backup/recovery: Streamlined backup processes and technologies mapped to your needs: Legato NetWorker Backup to disk CLARiiON Disk Library ADIC Other tape solutions Assessments Data classifications Remote information: Replication of critical data to secondary sites gives you access to the information. Remote protection: Nearly instant restart capabilities, even if you lose a site Multi-site processing: Not only instant restart, but continuous mirroring at multiple locations (three or more sites at longer distances) Choices to let you align the technology to the needs of your business Synchronous and asynchronous —for both the CLARiiON CX Series and Symmetrix DMX offerings Windows-based remote replication Full copies and pointer-based —for both the CLARiiON CX Series and Symmetrix DMX offerings Backup to disk and tape-based backup —for SAN- and LAN-based environments
  • Documentum 5 platform provides a common, standards-based comprehensive platform to manage content applications. It’s a universal content repository that manages all content types such as documents, images, web pages, drawings, email, audio/video, etc. The repository enables the controlled management of all types of content, from creation to capture and through publication and archiving. The repository can handle millions of content objects and a Content Server delivers core functionality such as security, workflow, and version control. (Source: Documentum product brochures)
  • Point Products: We consistently hear from companies that they don’t do a good job of managing their storage environments…and in some cases neglect it altogether because they simply have too many tools to use and not enough people to become proficient. This challenge is driven by the fact that they’ve deployed multi-vendor hardware and each vendor has their own discrete tool for things like reporting, monitoring, SAN management etc... This pieces and parts approach to storage management leaves an IT staff struggling to keep up based on the manual and extremely time-consuming processes that are required. In most cases their even using Excel spreadsheets to try and track and coordinate what their managing. Does this sound familiar? Not only is this time consuming but it can also have a negative impact on service level commitments that may be in place. **********Click*************** Integrated Solution: Over the past few years we’ve made tremendous progress in the Storage management space . We’ve made a very difficult transition that most vendors in this space are just beginning…and that’s integration and consolidation . We’ve taken over 10 products and integrated them into one management environment that our customers leverage to manage their complex environments. This integration and consolidation of applications allows you to identify and react quicker to issues and ultimately allows you to manage more storage with fewer resources while maintaining or improving the service levels that you provide to the business . EMC’s Storage Management solution provides an integrated and comprehensive approach to the most common management tasks. At the same time, we’ve begun to automate many of the most common and previously manual tasks required to manage storage. Through automation we’re able to further increase the number of TBs manageable per FTE and greatly reduce the potential risk associated with manual operations . The level of integration and automation that we’ve built into our solutions over the years is what sets us apart from the competition and has earned us x% market share in this space.
  • Even if you expect EMC to have great products, the whole world is talking about open. Open is nice. It gives customers choice, but the choices have to work together. What does that take? Hard work by smart highly skilled engineers! EMC has done the hard work. It takes the shape of more than $2 billion in interoperability testing; 2.6 PB of storage; over 400 servers from 22 different companies, running 40 different operating systems on 150 different network devices. The result? EMC supports the broadest range of storage, servers, software, and network devices of anyone, period. Just look at this chart. Look at this commitment. These are EMC’s credentials. They’re available to you on our website. Note to Presenter: Interoperability matrices are on EMC.com at this URL: http://www.emc.com/horizontal/interoperability/interop_support_matrices.jsp You won’t find this level of experience and core competence anywhere but at EMC.
  • So how are customers using information lifecycle management today? Many are in the first two phases right now… Phase 1 : Tier your storage and your protection so that you can set—and, more importantly, meet—varying service levels based on the value of specific information. This lets you focus money and other resources on your most important information, and enable its migration to less-costly storage and recovery levels as its value decreases. You can manage that tiered infrastructure centrally and pro-actively through policies and procedures that you establish. Phase 2 : Once your infrastructure has been tiered, focus on one application and create a policy or policies you can execute automatically. We’ve got tools that will let you manage it better, allocate your storage resources optimally, and reduce your costs of operation and ownership. We see many customers building an information lifecycle management strategy around such key mission-critical applications as e-mail. Many customers are beginning to take Phase 3… Phase 3 : Using powerful policy engines, begin to cut across applications by managing the content that lives in, and is used by, more than one application. Set up automatic “front-end” or classification and policy-management processes so you can scale this content management across a wider set of, and eventually all of, your enterprise applications. …but its full capability is at least a year ahead, and its full maturation probably more likely several years down the road.
  • Yes, you can achieve an information lifecycle management strategy today, and there are very specific phases you can proceed through in order to reap its benefits. Note to Presenter: Click now in slide show mode for animation. Phase 1 is deploying tiered storage and protection at levels aligned to your needs, so that you’re able to manage your information no matter where (or in whose storage) it resides. Note to Presenter: Click now in slide show mode for animation. Phase 2 builds on Phase 1 by automating data movement based on policies that you set. Note to Presenter: Click now in slide show mode for animation. Phase 3, building on both previous phases, is when you begin to manage your information automatically with policy engines, no matter where it resides and no matter whether the data is structured or unstructured.
  • Although VMware is a subsidiary of EMC, engineering efforts are ongoing to combine server virtualization with storage and network virtualization. Our ultimate goal is a complete virtual infrastructure. Key things to keep in mind: Virtualization is a technology that will enhance your information lifecycle management strategy. A true virtual infrastructure will help optimize your resources and lower your costs. Virtualization is a hard thing to attain: it requires massive amounts of effort, time, money, and smarts. But EMC is committing all of those and more to this project. So stay tuned…
  • We know we can’t do it alone…so we’ve got partners who can help you, too. Channel partners bring you specialized expertise by building unique solutions integrated with EMC’s products and services. Examples: Dell — GE Medical Unisys — Dimension Data NCR — Fujitsu Siemens Computers Services and consulting partners deliver a full range of information-infrastructure services to complement EMC’s offerings. They combine their knowledge of business models and processes with leveraging information, leading to faster transformation of your business. Examples: Accenture — Deloitte Consulting KPMG Global Alliance partners work with EMC to define, test, integrate, deliver, and jointly support best practices and solutions within an open and flexible environment, so that our mutual customers can deploy the most scalable and robust infrastructures at the lowest total cost of ownership. Examples: Oracle — SAP Microsoft Service-provider partners provide our joint customers access to innovative, scalable infrastructure services that enhance their business capabilities. Examples: EDS Digital Island Authorized Services Networks are an elite community of select and strategic service partners with the commitment and discipline to meet our program requirements. Their competencies are compatible with EMC technologies, and they also provide services beyond storage. Examples: Unisys (North America and EMEA) — Novus Bull — Dimension Data Forsythe — Computacenter Stack — Comparex CNT — Fujitsu Siemens Computers CTS — INS (Lucent) Major server and storage companies collaborate with EMC on testing and coordinating support for our joint customers. Examples: IBM — Sun Hewlett-Packard — VERITAS
  • Storage Router will provide network-based storage virtualization. A high-level summary would be that Storage Router is based on storage-infrastructure software that runs in the storage network. It combines EMC application software with intelligent SAN-switch hardware from EMC’s partners Brocade, Cisco, and McDATA. And, in its first release, it will support both EMC and non-EMC storage platforms. Among the several key functions Storage Router will deliver is the ability to move application data from one platform to another without the application even knowing that its data is on a new tier of storage. We call this Dynamic Volume Migration. A few other key functions will be provision of network-based volume management and support for heterogeneous point-in-time copies (clones).
  • Note to Presenter: Present to customers and prospects to define EMC’s storage platforms. EMC’s vision is to help customers get the maximum value from their information at the lowest total cost of ownership at every point in the information lifecycle. Information Lifecycle Management is a way to map the right service level to the right application at the right cost at the right time. EMC’s offerings provide best-of-breed technology across a single information infrastructure necessary to implementing Information Lifecycle Management. The offerings include the most complete networked storage platforms, from mid-tier to high-end systems capable of delivering a range of performance, availability, functionality, and economics to meet different service-level requirements. EMC’s storage platforms enable the flexibility and choice to meet a wide range of service-level requirements, providing a key building block to help customers implement ILM by deploying a tiered storage strategy. No matter what requirement or service level you need to meet, EMC delivers a range of offerings and choice to provide the foundation to ILM.
  • One of the first steps toward deploying ILM is the ability to implement a tiered storage strategy. In order to support a wide range of service-level requirements, customers need choice. And when you put it all together, you see that EMC has a very powerful lineup. With EMC, you have one unified platform strategy to meet all of your requirements. As you meet your different requirements, you are able to leverage common policies, procedures, and skills across all platforms. Most importantly, you are able to do it at the appropriate price point. EMC will continue to expand both families up market and down market to meet more customer requirements—the functionality is getting broader, deeper, and more automated.
  • Now let’s take a look at the different Symmetrix DMX models, starting with the entry point into the Symmetrix DMX Series. The DMX800 is the first modular high-end storage array. It shares many components with the CLARiiON CX Series, but it’s a true Symmetrix DMX. Because of its modular packaging, it can be deployed outside of a data center. The DMX800 offers a broad range of flexibility, including a low entry point for Symmetrix capacity and connectivity options, including: Fibre Channel 2 Gb FICON for mainframe Gigabit Ethernet for SRDF Family iSCSI
  • The Symmetrix DMX1000, DMX2000, and DMX3000 models use EMC’s integrated packaging to deliver the highest storage density available today and offer high port counts and large caches, which make them ideal for environments with high server counts and heavy transaction loads. The DMX1000 supports up to 144 drives, 64 GB of cache, and 48 front-end ports. Most customers who use today’s triple-bay Symmetrix 8830 models will find the DMX1000 an attractive fit, offering more performance in a smaller footprint. The DMX2000 supports up to 288 drives, 128 GB of cache, and 96 front-end ports. The DMX3000 supports up to 576 drives, 128 GB of cache, and 64 front-end ports. The DMX2000 and DMX3000 are ideal for large environments that previously might have required multiple frames. The DMX1000-M2, DMX2000-M2, and DMX3000-M2 are based on high-performance DMX-2 Channel Directors and Disk Directors and utilize 1 GHz PowerPC processors compared to the 500 MHz PowerPC processors used in the standard DMX configurations. Depending upon workload, they provide up to 30% more IOP performance and up to 50% more replication performance for TimeFinder Family.
  • The CLARiiON AX100 is a new member of the CLARiiON Family that builds on CLARiiON’s proven architecture, availability features, array-based replication, and simple management—all delivered at an affordable price. The introduction of the CLARiiON AX100 extends EMC’s leadership position in the mid-tier market by combining advanced software function and ease of use with high-performance and cost-effective technology to deliver the benefits of networked storage to a new set of users. Note to Presenter: While the AX100 provides a cost effective alternative to direct-attached storage, it’s important to continue to position the CLARiiON CX Series for customers who require additional performance, scalability, and functionality, as well as 24x7 service and support.
  • There are three models within the CLARiiON CX Series of networked storage. You can choose the storage systems that best meet your requirements. In addition to the choices you have initially, you have the ability to upgrade throughout the CX Series without having to move your data. You also have the benefit of being able to mix and match generations of CLARiiON Family systems on the floor while maintaining centralized and consistent management for all of your CLARiiONs. With EMC, you can always maximize your investments by having consistent software capabilities between generations of CLARiiON systems. There are two hallmarks of CLARiiON: its environmental simplicity and the continued investment protection it has offered customers… Environmental simplicity: simplifying implementation and maintenance —CLARiiON has no special raised floor, power, or cooling requirements. It offers auto switching and auto ranging power supplies, is fully redundant, has fully hot-replaceable components, requires no tools to perform hardware maintenance, allows for nondisruptive software upgrades, and offers unique modularity. In other words, CLARiiON is designed to go anywhere, be configured any way, and be easy to maintain. Investment protection: optimizing the life of the asset —Now in its seventh generation of full Fibre Channel technology, CLARiiON represents more than 175,000 systems sold worldwide to date. It continues to offer consistent and cross-generational storage-based software and data-in-place upgrades. The FLARE operating environment optimizes, enables, and insulates the software from the evolution of technology.
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    • 1. EMC Information Lifecycle Management Don Neilan TBC Federal Division
    • 2. EMC in the Federal Government <ul><li>FEDERAL CIVILIAN CUSTOMER EXAMPLES: </li></ul><ul><li>Departments of: </li></ul><ul><li>Agriculture </li></ul><ul><li>Commerce </li></ul><ul><li>Education </li></ul><ul><li>Energy </li></ul><ul><li>Health and Human Services </li></ul><ul><li>Housing and Urban Development </li></ul><ul><li>Interior </li></ul><ul><li>Justice </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation </li></ul><ul><li>Treasury </li></ul><ul><li>Veterans Affairs </li></ul>More than 95% of the Cabinet Level Organizations Use EMC Solutions <ul><li>DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CUSTOMER EXAMPLES: </li></ul><ul><li>DISA </li></ul><ul><li>DODIIS </li></ul><ul><li>DFAS </li></ul><ul><li>NEXCOM </li></ul><ul><li>NSA </li></ul><ul><li>AAFES </li></ul><ul><li>CIA </li></ul><ul><li>NIMA </li></ul><ul><li>DLA </li></ul><ul><li>NTF </li></ul><ul><li>Air Force </li></ul><ul><li>Army </li></ul><ul><li>Navy </li></ul><ul><li>Marines </li></ul><ul><li>FBI </li></ul><ul><li>IRS </li></ul><ul><li>Library of Congress </li></ul><ul><li>NASA </li></ul><ul><li>PTO </li></ul><ul><li>SSA </li></ul><ul><li>U.S. Coast Guard </li></ul><ul><li>U.S. Postal Service </li></ul><ul><li>Federal Banking </li></ul><ul><li>Labor </li></ul><ul><li>House, Senate </li></ul>
    • 3. EMC Information Lifecycle Management Don Neilan TBC Federal Division
    • 4. The Evolving Computing Landscape IT Infrastructure in the 1970s / 1980s Client interface Access capability Application processing Database management Information management Data storage Compute
    • 5. The Evolving Computing Landscape Network Access Access capability, transport Today’s Infrastructure Layers Personal Devices Client interface, presentation Application processing Database management Information management Compute Networked Storage Data storage
    • 6. The Evolving Computing Landscape The Expanding Storage Infrastructure Network Access Personal Devices Access capability, transport Client interface, presentation Information management Data storage Networked Storage Application processing Database management Compute Application processing Database management Information management Compute Networked Storage Data storage
    • 7. Information Lifecycle Management ILM : a customer strategy to align IT infrastructure with the business, based on the changing value of information
    • 8. Qualifying ILM Service Level Requirements Performance Architecture 1ms 500ms Availability Six 9s Three 9s Functionality Economics Pay now Pay later Manual Standalone Automated Integrated
    • 9. Key Criteria for Information Lifecycle Management 1 3 4 5 2 Lowest TCO Unified Management Environment Active Information Management Dynamic Infrastructure Integrated Protection &amp; Recovery Networked Tiered Storage <ul><ul><li>End-to-end automated management of the entire information infrastructure </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Access to and ability to manage all data (structured and unstructured) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Data mobility and transparency across IT resources </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Convergence of backup and replication, focus on recovery </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Choice of service levels and access specialization </li></ul></ul>
    • 10. Networked Storage Technologies Information lifecycle Content is created and actively shared Content is fixed and preserved SAN Storage Area Networks OLTP, data warehousing, ERP Fibre Channel IP (emerging) Block Deterministic performance NAS Network-Attached Storage Software and product development, file server consolidation File Multi-protocol Sharing IP, Fibre Channel CAS Content Addressed Storage Content management Longevity, integrity assurance IP Object, fixed content 1 Typical applications Type of data Key requirement Type of transport
    • 11. Tiered Storage 1 Meeting a Broad Range of Service Levels ADIC Mid-tier CAS Centera High-End Symmetrix Connectrix CLARiiON SAN NAS Celerra NS / CNS Tape Emulation CLARiiON Disk Library Tape
    • 12. Information Lifecycle Management Tiered Storage 1
    • 13. Integrated Protection &amp; Recovery: Choice of Recovery Levels Time  Availability  Distance SRDF Family MirrorView Legato NetWorker Celerra Replicator Legato RepliStor TimeFinder Family SnapView Celerra SnapSure PowerPath Legato AAM Legato CoStandby Server AAdvanced 2 Multi-site Increasing distance improves protection Remote Processing Automatic processing resumption: “lights out” Remote Information All critical data safe at remote location Recovery Quick, accurate, predictable recovery Backup Frequent, consistent, nondisruptive backups Platform Storage, switch, and server protection Local Remote
    • 14. Information Lifecycle Management Tiered Storage 1 Integrated Protection and Recovery 2 Flexible Recovery Levels
    • 15. Dynamic, Virtual Infrastructure Project FX <ul><li>Unified </li></ul><ul><li>Simple </li></ul><ul><li>Mutually aware </li></ul><ul><li>SLA-driven </li></ul><ul><li>Lowest cost </li></ul><ul><li>Highly available </li></ul><ul><li>Flexible </li></ul>3 Virtual Infrastructure Storage Storage Virtual Storage Layer VMware Virtual Layer Compute Virtual Layer Compute Virtual Layer Compute Storage Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. Virtual Vol. SAN / NAS / CAS SAN / NAS / CAS SAN / NAS / CAS App App App App App App App App App OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS OS
    • 16. Information Lifecycle Management Tiered Storage 1 Integrated Protection and Recovery 2 Dynamic Infrastructure 3 Flexible Recovery Levels Proj. FX VMware Virtual Storage Layer App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virtual Infrastructure App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol.
    • 17. <ul><li>Classify applications and data based on business and mission policies </li></ul><ul><li>Dynamically migrate and archive to optimal storage type and location (Core vs. Edge ) </li></ul><ul><li>Version, audit, track </li></ul><ul><li>Replicate for testing and improved performance </li></ul><ul><li>Enable sharing and collaboration </li></ul><ul><li>Ensure compliance </li></ul>Active Information Management AUTOMATED FLEXIBLE Classify data / apps based on business rules Implement policies with information mgmt tools Manage storage environment Tier storage resources to align with data classes Optimizing the movement, placement, cataloguing, and disposition of information based on policies 4 S E R V I C E S S E R V I C E S
    • 18. Active Information Management Across All Data Types Information Management Software Structured Semi-structured Unstructured Databases and associated applications: ERP, CRM, etc. Mail and messaging Enterprise Content Management: Documents Web pages Sound Video X-rays 4 Legato DiskXtender/ DatabaseXtender Legato EmailXtender Documentum Control Mgr Documentum Records Manager Legato ApplicationXtender
    • 19. Documentum Enterprise Content Management Documentum Universal Content Repository Access and Manage All Unstructured Enterprise Content 4 EDM Documents WCM Web DAM Rich Media ERM Fixed Content CCM Collaboration Content Documents Spreadsheets Contracts Drawings HTML SGML WML XML Code Forms Images Sound Video Presentations Reports Records Scanning Imaging Final Form Storage E-Mail Project Discussions Desktop Sharing Online Meetings E-mail IM
    • 20. Information Lifecycle Management Tiered Storage 1 Integrated Protection and Recovery 2 Dynamic Infrastructure 3 4 Active Information Management Meta-Data &amp; Policies Flexible Recovery Levels Business Processes and Applications CRM E-mail ERP Structured Semi-structured Unstructured Web Proj. FX VMware Virtual Storage Layer App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virtual Infrastructure App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. App OS Virtual Layer Compute App OS App OS Storage Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol. Virt. Vol.
    • 21. Unified Management Environment: Automated Storage Management <ul><li>Multiple point products </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Separate consoles </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Individual, discrete management tasks </li></ul><ul><ul><li>A lot of tools, people, time and coordination required </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Manual and time consuming </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Spreadsheet management </li></ul></ul>Point Products: Manual Plan Provision Monitor Report Hosts SAN Storage 5 <ul><li>Integrated suite of products </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Single view </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Single infrastructure </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Multi-vendor approach </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Consolidate and automate common tasks </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Utilization and performance reporting </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Device and SAN Management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Provisioning &amp; planning </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Proactive monitoring </li></ul></ul>EMC ControlCenter: Automated
    • 22. Multi-vendor Support Storage EMC Symmetrix EMC CLARiiON HDS 7700E, 9900 HP StorageWorks HP XP256, XP512 IBM ESS and RVA Internal storage JBOD Sun StorEdge 9900 Series Tape CA-1 STK VTS RMM Tape Management Systems Frameworks CA Unicenter HP Openview Micromuse Microsoft MOM Tivoli Netview Any SNMP-based application SAN Devices Brocade Connectrix McDATA Qlogic NAS Devices EMC Celerra Network Appliance Volume Managers Compaq LSM HP LVM HP/VERITAS VxVM IBM AIX LVM Solaris / VERITAS VxVM Windows NT Windows 2000 Filesystems Compaq Tru64 UFS HP UX HFS IBM AIX JFS IBM z/OS Novell SUN Solaris USF VERITAS VxFS Windows NT FS Windows 2000 FS Databases IBM DB2 MVS, DB2 UDB Informix MS SQL Server Oracle Sybase Backup Legato Networker Tivoli -TSM VERITAS NetBackup Standards Blue Fin CIM Servers Bull Fujitsu Siemens HP/Compaq IBM IBM Numa-Q iCL Linux NCR NEC Novell OS/2 Intel Pyramid SCO Sequent SGI Siemens Stratus Sun Unisys Windows NT Windows 2000
    • 23. Implementing Information Lifecycle Management <ul><li>Establish classes of infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Place information on appropriate infrastructure tier </li></ul><ul><li>Automate storage management </li></ul>Phase 1: Deploy tiered infrastructure Discrete Phases Tiered Infrastructure App App App Data Data Data <ul><li>Define business and migration policies for various types of information </li></ul><ul><li>Deploy enabling components for principal applications </li></ul>Phase 2: Deploy application-specific information lifecycle management Information Lifecycle Management for Specific Applications App App App Data Data <ul><li>Implement information lifecycle management across applications </li></ul><ul><li>Policy-based automation </li></ul><ul><li>Full visibility of all information </li></ul>Phase 3: Deploy enterprise-wide information lifecycle management Cross-Application Information Lifecycle Management App App App
    • 24. EMC’s Information Lifecycle Management Offerings <ul><li>Establish classes of infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Place information on appropriate infrastructure tier </li></ul><ul><li>Automate storage management </li></ul>Phase 1: Deploy tiered infrastructure Tiered Infrastructure App App App Data Data Data <ul><li>Define business and migration policies for various types of information </li></ul><ul><li>Deploy enabling components for principal applications </li></ul>Phase 2: Deploy application-specific information lifecycle management Information Lifecycle Management for Specific Applications App App App Data Data <ul><li>Implement information lifecycle management across applications </li></ul><ul><li>Policy-based automation </li></ul><ul><li>Full visibility of all </li></ul>Phase 3: Deploy enterprise-wide information lifecycle management Cross-Application Information Lifecycle Management App App App Storage Management Protection and Recovery Tiered Storage Data Movement Information and Content Management ControlCenter Family Visual Family Replication Manager Family Backup Recovery Local replication Remote replication Availability CLARiiON Symmetrix Connectrix NS Series Celerra CNS NetWin Centera ADIC CLARiiON Disk Library Storage Management Protection and Recovery Tiered Storage Data Movement Legato DiskXtender SAN Copy OnCourse AVALONidm Open Replicator for Symmetrix DRU for Windows Information and Content Management DatabaseXtender Legato DiskXtender Legato ArchiveXtender Legato EmailXtender Legato EmailXaminer Documentum ECM Platform Documentum AX5 Channel Edition Storage Management Protection and Recovery Tiered Storage Data Movement Information and Content Management
    • 25. The Virtual Infrastructure of Tomorrow <ul><li>Server / Storage Virtualization </li></ul><ul><ul><li>End-to-end dynamic provisioning, balancing and optimization </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Storage, network and compute resources allocated in fractional increments </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Storage Device and Network Virtualization </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Masks complexity of physical storage infrastructure ( i.e. , disks and devices) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Presents “virtual” storage capacity </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Server Virtualization </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Converts one physical server into multiple logical servers </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Presents “virtual” computing capacity </li></ul></ul>Virtual Infrastructure App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS
    • 26. EMC Partners Channel Partners Specialized expertise to build unique solutions Service Provider Partners Access to innovative, scalable infrastructure services Global Alliance Partners Jointly define, test, integrate, deliver, and support Services and Consulting Partners Full range of complementary services
    • 27. EMC Storage Router* <ul><li>Storage Router is a storage virtualization solution </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Will run in the storage network </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Will leverage next-generation “intelligent” SAN switches </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Storage Router will be heterogeneous </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Will work with EMC and third-party storage </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Will run on switches from Brocade, Cisco, and McDATA </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Storage Router will provide advanced network-based functions </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Dynamic volume migration </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Network-based volume management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Heterogeneous point-in-time copies (clones) </li></ul></ul>Networked-based Storage Virtualization * Planned general availability is June 2005 Storage Router Layer 2 SAN
    • 28. EMC Storage Platforms The Tiered-Storage Foundation for Information Lifecycle Management
    • 29. EMC Storage Platform Family Tiered Storage to Meet Different Service-Level Requirements Symmetrix DMX2000 DMX2000-M2 DMX2000-P2 Symmetrix DMX3000 DMX3000-M2 COST SERVICE LEVEL CLARiiON CX700 Symmetrix DMX800 CLARiiON CX500 CLARiiON CX300 Symmetrix DMX1000 DMX1000-M2 DMX1000-P2 CLARiiON AX100
    • 30. Symmetrix DMX800 Series <ul><li>Modular Symmetrix DMX </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Entry point for Symmetrix DMX functionality </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Flexible configuration options </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>No raised floor or dedicated cooling required </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Nondisruptive Scalability </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Eight to 16 channel connections (Fibre Channel, FICON, Gigabit Ethernet, iSCSI)* </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Up to 64 GB global memory </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Eight to 16 2 Gb / s Fibre Channel back-end loops </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Up to 120 drives (17.5 TB) </li></ul></ul>DMX800 Industry’s Lowest Entry Point for High-End Storage Support for FICON; Gigabit Ethernet for SRDF Family, iSCSI * Host connection combinations may be limited or restricted
    • 31. Symmetrix DMX Series <ul><li>Up to 48 host connections (Fibre Channel, ESCON, FICON, Gigabit Ethernet, iSCSI) </li></ul><ul><li>Up to 128 GB Global Memory </li></ul><ul><li>16 2 Gb/s Fibre Channel back-end loops </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 144 drives (21 TB) </li></ul>Symmetrix DMX1000 / DMX1000-M2 Symmetrix DMX2000 / DMX2000-M2 <ul><li>Up to 96 host connections (Fibre Channel, ESCON, FICON, Gigabit Ethernet, iSCSI) </li></ul><ul><li>Up to 256 GB Global Memory </li></ul><ul><li>32 2 Gb/s Fibre Channel back-end loops </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 288 drives (42 TB) </li></ul>Symmetrix DMX3000 / DMX3000-M2 <ul><li>Up to 64 host connections (Fibre Channel, ESCON, FICON, Gigabit Ethernet, iSCSI) </li></ul><ul><li>Up to 256 GB Global Memory </li></ul><ul><li>64 2 Gb/s Fibre Channel back-end loops </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 576 drives (84 TB) </li></ul>Integrated Storage Arrays M2 models provide twice the processing power
    • 32. EMC CLARiiON 2004 Family Industry Leading Mid-tier Storage SERVICE LEVEL COST <ul><li>CLARiiON AX100 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>1 GB cache </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Maximum 3 TB / 256 LUNs </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>160 GB, 250 GB SATA disks </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Eight high-availability hosts </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Prepackaged functionality </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Customer / partner install </li></ul></ul>The industry’s most functional family of networked storage products across price range <ul><li>CLARiiON CX300 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>2 GB cache </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Maximum 13.4 TB / 512 LUNs </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>64 high-availability hosts </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mix Fibre Channel and ATA disks </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>New: UNIX and SnapView support </li></ul></ul><ul><li>CLARiiON CX500 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>4 GB cache / 15K disks </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Maximum 28.4 TB / 1024 LUNs </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>128 high-availability hosts </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mix Fibre Channel and ATA disks </li></ul></ul><ul><li>CLARiiON CX700 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>8 GB cache </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Maximum 58.4 TB / 2048 LUNs </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>256 high-availability hosts </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mix Fibre Channel and ATA disks </li></ul></ul>
    • 33. CLARiiON CX Platforms Environmental simplicity and investment protection <ul><li>50K IOPS and 680 MB/s bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>Four front-end connections, two back-end disk connections </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 60 drives (Fibre Channel: 36 GB, 73 GB, 146 GB; ATA: 320 GB) </li></ul><ul><li>2 GB cache standard </li></ul>CLARiiON CX300 —Workgroup Storage CLARiiON CX500 —Departmental Storage <ul><li>120K IOPS and 760 MB/s bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>Four front-end connections, four back-end disk connections </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 120 drives (Fibre Channel: 36 GB, 73 GB, 146 GB; ATA: 320 GB) </li></ul><ul><li>4 GB cache standard </li></ul>CLARiiON CX700 —Data Center Storage <ul><li>200K IOPS and 1,520 MB/s bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>Eight front-end connections, eight back-end disk connections </li></ul><ul><li>Supports up to 240 drives (Fibre Channel: 36 GB, 73 GB, 146 GB; ATA: 320 GB) </li></ul><ul><li>8 GB cache standard </li></ul>
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