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  • 1. Storage Virtualization WWT Educational Webcast Ed Levens RB Hooks, III World Wide Technology Sun
  • 2. Questions are Encouraged You can ask questions during the presentation by using the link provided in the Webcast Viewer.
  • 3. Industry Expertise – Our Customers Government Enterprise Service Provider
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  • 5. World Wide & Sun Microsystems Sun Specialization in: • Data Management Solutions • Systems Administration y • Network Administration • SunONE™ Technology • Long-standing Relationship, • Core SunSPARC™ and Opteron™ Since 1992 Technologies • National Sales Authorization Sun Certifications include: • Commercial and Government • Data Center Specialty National VAR Councils • E20k™ and E25k™ Server Certified • Over 100 Certified Technical and • Solaris™ Operating System Certified Sales Certified Individuals with Systems and Network Administrator over 350 Sun Certifications • Sun Cluster™ Software Certified • Netra™ Server Ce t ed et a Se e Certified • StorEdge™System Elite Certified • SunFire™ Server Certified • SOLAR Edge™ Elite Certified
  • 6. Advanced Technology Focus Cisco Unified Communications helps workers Unified increase productivity and collaborate in real- Communications time using their choice of tools and applications. Personal y Systems Best-of-breed security provides rapid response Peripherals to today's threats, and offers a path to Security migration and integration for a holistic, self- defending network. Servers Routing & Switching Evolve your wireless network with the Cisco Wireless Mobility Services Engine and a suite of mobility services software. Networking Information is your most valuable asset. Storage Maximize your data through integrated Data Center hardware, software, and services. Communication Devices
  • 7. Storage Virtualization St Vi t li ti RB Hooks, III CTO, Storage Sun Microsystems Federal rb.hooks.iii@sun.com
  • 8. Agenda • Virtualization History • Industry Challenges • Storage Management • Storage Evolution • A New Direction • Deployment Ideas ep oy e t deas • Long Term Strategy 8
  • 9. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Virtualization Virt ali ation History 9
  • 10. Virtualization Progress • Operating System > MFT MVT MVS VM Zones Hypervisors MFT, MVT, MVS, VM, Zones, • Memory > Core/Main Expanded Virtual Paging Core/Main, Expanded, Virtual, • Devices > Memory Disks ( y (Ramdisk), SSDs, Tape libraries, Disk Systems ), , p , y 10
  • 11. Virtualization Progress UNIX Workgroup NT Workgroup Mixed Workgroup TCP/IP NFS SAMBA/CIFS NFS Earth Pluto Venus Meta-Data QFS QFS QFS Server SAM-FS SAM- Client Client Solaris Firewall Data Protection Fibre Switch SAN Transparent Sharefs_1 Sharefs 1 Data Protection Meta-Data And Instant Recovery Disk(s) 11
  • 12. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Industry Ind str Challenges 12
  • 13. Storage - Entering a New Era Power costs will exceed product costs by CY11 Datacenter utility costs have nearly doubled in the last 4 years source: Report to Congress on Server and Data Energy Efficiency 08/2007 Management costs are rising faster than $/GB decline Complexity and sheer volume have driven costs up over 25% Y/Y source: IDC 04/2008 Flash technology is driving a new storage eco-system Flash is the best storage technology for performance and power efficiency Open communities are driving storage advancements Open Storage community has introduced over 40 projects 13
  • 14. Disk Drive Characteristics Capacity C it TIME 14
  • 15. Disk Drive Characteristics Capacity C it Performance TIME 15
  • 16. IT Expenses E People Costs $x S/W Costs H/W Costs TIME 16
  • 17. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Storage Management 17
  • 18. App Server Storage Management CO N T R O L L E R S 18
  • 19. App Server Storage Management RAID 5 4+1 Stripe Size 512k CO N T R O L L E R S 100GB HDD 19
  • 20. App Server Storage Management RAID 5 4+1 Stripe Size 512k CO N T R O L L E R S 100GB HDD 20
  • 21. App Server Storage Management RAID 5 4+1 Stripe Size 512k CO N T R O L L E R S 400 GB Array Group 100GB HDD 21
  • 22. App Server Storage Management RAID 5 4+1 Stripe Size 512k CO N T R O L L E R S 400 GB Array Group 100GB HDD 10 GB 22
  • 23. Data Layout D t L t Application Server Application File System Operating System 23
  • 24. Data Layout D t L t Application Server Application File File System Operating System 24
  • 25. Data Layout D t L t Application Server Application File File System Operating System 25
  • 26. Data Layout D t L t Application Server Application File System Operating System 26
  • 27. Data Layout D t L t Application Server Application File System Operating System D/R, B/C 40% Utilization 27
  • 28. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Storage Evolution 28
  • 29. Storage Vendor e r Custo omer Maintained d/Suppor Supporte rted Maintained/S ed DAS Block Network Byte/File Network SAN Storage Evolution NAS 29
  • 30. ed Supporte Storage Evolution Storage DAS SAN Customer NAS Servers ntained/S /Supported Main Storage Vendor intained/ Block Network Byte/File Network Mai 30
  • 31. Why Applications Don t Perform Don’t Waiting for DATA • Today’s Multi-Core, Multi- Socket application server SERVER design are increasingly held back by slow storage • When requesting data, the data High server spends most of it’s Performance Multi-Core, Multi Socket CPUs DRAM time waiting for storage • A li ti performance Application f 260 Times remain sluggish Slower regardless of the Server CPU horsepower 15K RPM Disk Drives • The traditional remedy of adding more expensive DRAM may no longer STORAGE suffice as data sets double every 2 years 31
  • 32. Cost Effective Performance SSDs are 70X more cost effective • Enterprise HDD • Enterprise SSD > 180 Write IOPS > 7,000 Write IOPS > 320 Read IOPS > 35,000 35 000 Read IOPS > 300 GB > 32GB > ~18W > ~3W • $ per IOPS: 2.43 • $ per IOPS: 0.04 32
  • 33. Where to Store Data? Optimization Trade-Off Sun Microsystems Internal Use Only
  • 34. ZFS Hybrid Storage Pool Sun X4250 Storage Server Example Configuration A Configuration B • 4 Xeon 7350 Processors • 32GB FB DDR2 ECC DRAM • OpenSolaris with ZFS (1) 32G SSD ZIL (1) 80G SSD Cache Device Device (7) 146GB 10,000 RPM SAS Drives (5) 400GB 4200 RPM SATA Drives 34
  • 35. ZFS Hybrid Pool Example (announced at recent IDF Shanghai) Hybrid Storage Pool (DRAM + Read SSD + Write SSD + 5x 4200 RPM SATA) Traditional Storage Pool (DRAM + 7x 10K RPM 2.5”) 4.9x 3.2x 4% 2x 11% Read IOPs Write IOPs Cost Storage Power Raw Capacity (Watts) (TB) •If NVRAM were used, Hybrid wins on cost, too •For large configs (e.g. 48T–750T+) cost is entirely amortized 35
  • 36. IT Challenges Have Not Slowed g Increasing Demand for Storage Capacity and Performance 2010 New Digital Data (¼ Created, ¾ Replicated) 2006 New Digital Data g (Created, Captured, Replicated) 70% 95% 6X Growth Created Emerging Economies growing 30- Unstructured 40% faster than mature Economies by Individuals (Non-Database) 161 Exabytes y 988 Exabytes Enterprises responsible for Source: IDC, The Expanding Digital Universe, 2007 85% of this new data (Security, privacy, reliability, compliance) 36
  • 37. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network A Ne New Direction 37
  • 38. Data Storage Nirvana Storage Repository Data mover Dual D l Disk Di k Disk Cont- roller Disk Data mover Mesh SAN AN/WAN Network Data mover LAN/MA Dual Disk Disk Cont- roller Disk Data mover Future Technologies MEMS Probe, Synthetic DNA, Policy Holographic, TJM, Flash Definition Data Dual Disk mover Disk Cont- roller Disk s Data mover Mesh Thick/Thin Application SAN Storage Data Dual Disk mover Disk Administrator Cont- roller Disk Clients Servers Data mover 38
  • 39. The Future - Unified Storage Systems Converges Compute, Storage and the Network • Open Architecture Storage Open data formats, Open protocols 20% Supports industry standard connections CIFS, NFS, HTTP, FTP, iSCSI Integrated products, reusable components Integrated Platform • Technical Innovation Transparent integration of Enterprise SSDs Compute Network 57% Real-time detailed performance monitoring 15% • Game Changing Economics Industry leading - $/GB $/IOP $/MB/s $/GB, $/IOP, Simplistic storage management greatly reducing personnel costs People Costs No appliance software fees and license keys $x S/W Costs H/Ws Cost TIME 39
  • 40. The Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System... Radically SIMPLIFYING the way you manage your storage with breakthrough SPEED, SCALE and COST SAVINGS 40
  • 41. ENTRY-LEVEL STANDALONE 8 GB memory • 14×300GB SAS disks HIGH-DENSITY SCALABLE Up to 64GB memory, 142×1TB SATA disks Up to 2×18 GB write-optimized SSDs ENTRY-LEVEL CLUSTER-CAPABLE Up to 64GB memory, 96×1TB SATA disks Up to 6×100GB read/16×18GB write SSDs Active-Active Clustering for A ti A ti Cl t i f H/A SCALABLE CLUSTER-CAPABLE STANDARD FEATURES (ALL MODELS) All Data Protocols and Data Services Included Up to 128GB memory, 288×1TB SATA disks (Analytics, Snapshots, Replication, Compression, NFS, CIFS, iSCSI…) Up to 6×100GB read/16×18GB write SSDs Built-in 4×1 Gb Ethernet ports Active Active Active-Active Clustering for H/A Remote Console (Serial or Ethernet) Lights-out Management OPTIONAL NETWORKING & CONNECTIVITY (ALL MODELS) 2×10 Gb Ethernet (optical) 4×1 Gb Ethernet (copper) • 2×1Gb Ethernet (optical) FC or SCSI HBA for tape backup 41
  • 42. Quick Snapshot System Monitoring p y g 42
  • 43. Real-time Performance Monitoring g Drill down to any level to monitor performance events – by user, protocol, latency factor, device, etc. 43
  • 44. Storage Management Made Easy g g y Just enter Quota for user and click “Apply” - storage is immediately available – its that easy! ts t at easy 44
  • 45. Point & Click Storage Services g Click the “Power” button to turn a service on 45
  • 46. Sun Storage 7000 Unified Systems Real-time graphical business analytics • “What files are hot right now?” What now? • “What is the distribution of reads and writes?” • “Which clients are hot right now, displayed Which now by protocol?” • Group analytics into worksheets, can be made persistent • Data can be exported for further number crunching, or can be saved on the appliance 46
  • 47. Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System ISV Certifications +applications being certified monthly 47
  • 48. Sun Storage 7210 Unified Storage System Content Delivery Networks Scale Higher in Less Datacenter Space Sun Unified Storage 7210 delivered 752 MB/s That's 6,000 Concurrent Streams Video Players Media Servers Randomly accessing 54,000 FLV files 43,775 hours of content, 19.7TB Usable, from 44 TB raw Mirrored Storage for Streaming Contents (SS7210) Streaming Edge Node Figure 1: Streaming Edge Node Architecture Power Space Price NetApp 3140 1.1x 3.8x 2.4x 42 1TB drives EMC NS40 1.5x 1 5x 3.3x 3 3x 1.8x 1 8x 45 1TB drives 48
  • 49. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Deployment Deplo ment Ideas 49
  • 50. Sun Storage 7000 and Database Indexing may go to Solid State Disk Archive Log may be enabled for compression iSCSI NFS CIFS NDMP DRAM SSD S7410 Backup p Server Tap e 50
  • 51. 7000 Analytics and Oracle y 51
  • 52. Sun Storage 7000 and File Server Virus Scanning File Server Add protocol support Server Web Server without license fees Larger caching area to speed up access CIFS NFS ICAP iSCSI NDMP DRAM Backup B k SSD Server S7410 Active Directory Application Server Tape Server 52
  • 53. Sun Storage 7000 and Video Surveillance IP C Camera File Web Server Server Video Analytic Server S NFS CIFS CIFS CIFS NDMP DRAM SSD Backup p S7410 Security Office Server Tape Workstation 53
  • 54. Sun Storage 7000 and Server Virtualization Virus Scanning Server Add p otoco support dd protocol suppo t without license fee Virtual Virtual Larger caching area Machine1 Machine2 to speed up access VMWare ESX NFS ICAP VMWare iSCSI NDMP ESX DRAM Backup Back p SSD Virtual Virtual Machine3 Machine4 Server S7410 Active Di t A ti Directory Server Tape 54
  • 55. S7000 s S7000's Deployment Benefits • B t $/GB iin the market Best th k t • High performance access via Hybrid Storage Pool technology (DRAM, SSD) • Hi hl Scalable for multiple d l Highly S l bl f lti l deployment t environments • Idea for Storage Consolidation • Easy to manage with Analytics, right down to the VM disk (vmdk) or database • Comprehensive Data Protection • Fast Recovery with snapshot • Disaster Recovery with file replication •Active Thin Provisioning g 55
  • 56. Full Compliment of Storage Software p g Included with the System at No Additional Cost Data Protocols Data Services Management •NFS v2, v3 and v4 •Flash Hybrid Storage Pool •DTrace Analytics CIFS •CIFS •RAID-Z (5) ( ) •Dashboard •ISCSI •RAID-Z DP (6) •Role-Based Access Control •HTTP •Mirroring •NIS LDAP & AD Alerts •HTTPS •Striping •Phone Home •WebDAV (over SSL too) •Active-active Clustering •SNMP •FTP •Remote Replication S i ti •Scripting •SFTP •Antivirus via ICAP Protocol •Upgrade •FTPS •Snapshots and Restores •Hardware View •NDMP v4 •Clones •Advanced Networking •Compression •CIFS share level ACLs share-level •Thin Provisioning •Workflow Automation •End-to-End Data Integrity •NTP Authentication •Multi-Path I/O •FTP Analytics •Fault Management Fault •CIFS Oplocks CIFS •Microsoft VSS Shadow Copy for Shared Folders 56
  • 57. Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems vs. the Competition 57
  • 58. Open Storage Delivers: p g Freedom from Lock-in and Global Community Efforts of 1000s Dynamic Scale Breakthrough Simplified Data for Your Economics Management g Infrastructure I f t t 58
  • 59. Essential Technology E ti l T h l for the Network Long Term Strategy 59
  • 60. Data Storage Nirvana Storage Repository Data mover Dual D l Disk Di k Disk Cont- roller Disk Data mover Mesh SAN AN/WAN Network Data mover LAN/MA Dual Disk Disk Cont- roller Disk Data mover Future Technologies MEMS Probe, Synthetic DNA, Policy Holographic, TJM, Flash Definition Data Dual Disk mover Disk Cont- roller Disk s Data mover Mesh Thick/Thin Application SAN Storage Data Dual Disk mover Disk Administrator Cont- roller Disk Clients Servers Data mover 60
  • 61. Questions are Encouraged You can ask questions during the presentation by using the link provided in the Webcast Viewer.
  • 62. Storage Virtualization WWT Educational Webcast Ed Levens RB Hooks, III World Wide Technology Sun