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  • Новые возможностиCisco UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Скороходов Александр Системный инженер-консультант askorokh@cisco.comPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 1
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 3
  • UCS Manager 1.4 supports UCS B230 M1Industry leading compute density in half-blade form factor 2 Intel Xeon 7500 or 6500 (Nehalem EX) OPTIMIZED FOR 32 DIMM Slots; up to 512 GB BENEFITS Memory Single instance Dual Port Converged I/O Lower operating and and transaction— Adapter; 20 Gbps licensing expenses intensive database Two Optional SSD Higher density Desktop Reduced foot-print virtualization (VDI) Financial Services and SPs High Density Compute: 16 cores per bladeUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 4
  • UCS Manager C-Series Integration Customer benefits Unified Management across entire UCS portfolio Advanced capabilities extended to rack servers Feature details UCS 6100 UCS 6100 UCS 6100 UCS 6100 C-Series servers connectivity Management connectivity through FEX to FI Nexus 2248 Nexus 2248 Nexus 2248 Nexus 2248 Data connectivity directly to Fabric Interconnect Stateless computing Service profiles extended to C-series Migration among compatible B & C series servers All UCSM management services Automated discovery Fault and monitoring Firmware updates Mgmt Connection Data ConnectionUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 5
  • UCS Chassis and Multi-Chassis Power Cap Customer benefits Eliminate power capacity wastage in Data Power allocated without power capping Center Power (faceplate) Cap multiple chassis from a single interface Power capacity savings Feature details with Chassis Power Capping Group Level Power cap Power allocated with power capping Power allocated with power capping • Set a single cap for multiple chassis that share a power feed • Automatic static distribution of power to chassis in group Dynamic Intra-chassis power redistribution • Blade power allocation based on priority and blade Actual chassis power draw configuration • High power blades can borrow power from low power blades • No performance impact under normal operation Service Profile Priorities • Customer control of application performance Time • Ensures high priority workloads get more power when group/chassis cap is reachedUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 7
  • UCS Software Bundling Infrastructure & Server Bundles Customer benefits Infrastructure Bundle: HW support decoupled from major SW releases • UCSM • Fabric Interconnect Quicker adoption of new server & adapter types (NX-OS) • Fabric Extender (IOM) Firmware Feature details • Chassis Mgmt. Controller Unbundling of UCS software bundles Server and adapter packs aimed at new server and adapter hardware Server Bundle: • CIMC Off-cycle introduction of server and adapter packs • BIOS in-sync with hardware releases • RAID Controller FW • Catalog File Next major software releases will incorporate • UCSM Mgmt Extn. previous modular server and adapter packs Enables faster introduction of new server and adapters without waiting for next major SW • Adapter FW release • Catalog File • UCSM Mgmt Extn.UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 8
  • UCS Software Bundling What bundles do you need? If your environment has • Fabric Interconnect and B-Series Chassis only: Infrastructure Bundle B-Series Blade Server Bundle • C-Series servers as well: + C-Series Rack-Mount Server Bundle • Off-cycle addition of memory DIMMs or hard drives + Capability Catalog The Capability Catalog will be cumulatively bundled into every Infrastructure Bundle.UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 9
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 10
  • UCS Manager Active Directory (LDAP) Groups Integration Customer benefits Unified user privilege control within AD Easier alignment for security and server admin Feature details AD user groups looked up by UCSM UCSM role assignment to AD groups Users’ role membership based on AD group membership Single place control of user privileges by changing user AD group membershipUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 11
  • UCS Manager Multi Scheme Authentication Customer benefits Integration into mixed authentication environs. Support for segmented authentication Feature details Concurrent multi-scheme authentication • LDAP (Active Directory) • TACACS+ • RADIUS Authentication with multiple AD domains • Multiple AD domains segmentation by region, organization etc. can be input into UCSM • UCSM communicates with multiple AD domain controllers to authenticate a userUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 13
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 17
  • UCS Manager Service Profile Deployment Scheduling Customer benefits Service Profile disruptions in maint. windows Plan ahead design changes for service profiles Service Profile: CRM-App1 App Design Feature details Network: Sales-VLAN OS Network QoS: High MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:FC-E Maintenance policies WWN: 5080020000075740-3 BIOS: Version 1.03 Firmware Firmware Network New policy contains schedule when SP can be changed Boot Order: SAN, LAN Network Policy can be mapped to one or more SPs Schedule disruptions Deploy Resource reservation Service Profile: CRM-App1 App Network: Sales-VLAN OS SP acquires required resources prior to deployment Network QoS: High MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:FC-E Firmware Resources are held until deployment WWN: 5080020000075740-3 Firmware BIOS: Version 1.03 Eliminates future resource contention Boot Order: SAN, LAN Network NetworkUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 18
  • UCS Manager CIMC IP address in Service Profile Customer benefits “Follow the server” KVM access Fully self contained server identification 10.21.20.21 10.21.20.21 SP CIMC IP 1 SP CIMC IP 1 Feature details Service Profile Current IP address assignment continues 10.21.32.44 10.21.32.44 Native CIMC IP 1 Native CIMC IP 1 New , second IP address for CIMC Second IP address associated with Physical Server 1 Physical Server 1 Service Profile Upon SP deployment CIMC can be 10.21.32.45 10.21.32.45 accessed through both IP addresses Native CIMC IP 2 Native CIMC IP 2 When SP moves, second IP address moves to new server Physical Server 2 Physical Server 2UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 20
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 21
  • UCS Manager SNMP GET support Customer benefits Easy integration to 3rd party mgmt tools SNMP based correlation for trap information Feature details Fabric Interconnects Release 1.3 provided SNMP trap support earlier Fabric Access to full information model of UCS: Extender Access same information as XML API SNMP Traps and GETs • Fabric interconnects & Fabric extenders • Chassis Chassis • Blades (B-Series) • Rack servers (C-Series) 63 new MIBs available on Cisco.com Blade Servers Any additions/changes to model, automatically results in regeneration of MIBs SNMP access is read-only, no SNMP SET support planned Rack ServersUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 22
  • UCS Manager Usability – Firmware upload Support for direct upload from client running UCSM GUIUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 26
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 29
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release Existing Connectivity Types  IP Storage FC Storage Uplinks FC/Eth   Upstream Links connecting to LAN  LAN SAN and SAN  Server Ports Eth Uplink FC Uplink Eth Uplink FC Uplink Downstream links connecting to  Server Server servers though IOMUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 31
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  New Connectivity Options New connectivity choices are Appliance, Monitoring (FC and Eth) and  Storage target ( FC and FCOE ) IP Storage LAN SAN FC/FCOE Storage Appliance FC Target Eth  FC Monitor MonitorUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 32
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  Appliance Direct Connection “End Host” UCS simplifies appliance connectivity  In‐direct Connection   Direct Connection IP Storage IP Storage Inter switch bandwidth  Simplified connectivity consumption  Optimized uplink bandwidth Several switches/hops utilization LAN End  Host Mode UCS 6100 A UCS 6100 B UCS 6100 A UCS 6100 BUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 33
  • UCS 6100 Switching Modes  End Host Mode Switch Mode The external LAN sees the UCS 6100  The UCS 6100 acts like a traditional  as an end‐host with multiple adapters. No  Ethernet switch with support for  Spanning Tree protocol on  uplink ports. Spanning Tree protocol on the uplink  Active/Active use of uplinks by  ports  pinning  Some uplinks connected to the  All uplink ports should be connected  external switches may be blocked by  to the same Layer 2 network STP. More scalable than switch mode  Only PVST+ is supported since the control plane is not stressed as  Mac‐add learning is enabled on  an Layer 2 switch. uplink/server interfacesUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 34
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  Appliance Direct Connection “End Host” Ethernet appliance support enhanced to include “End Host” mode Today, UCS 1.3 UCS 1.4 Ethernet Appliance Ethernet Appliance Appliance port Trunk 10,100,101 uplink Port  Trunk 10,100 or Access 100 Switch Mode End  Host Mode UCS 6100 UCS 6100 UCS B‐Series UCS B‐Series Fabric Interconnect mode  ‐ Switch mode Fabric Interconnect mode  ‐ End‐host mode Port type – Uplink only Port type ‐ Appliance Can’t  define VLANs on  uplink to appliance (VLAN filtering) VLAN filtering available Advanced feature such as QOS not available Advanced features such as QOS available UCS 1.4 onwards “End host” mode is recommended UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 35
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release UCSM Appliance port ‐ Visual  QOS settings Specify VLANs Configure static MACUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 38
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  Unified Monitoring Monitor FC and Ethernet traffic with a single analyzer Today Unified  Monitoring Eth FC Eth Analyzer Analyzer Analyzer LAN SAN LAN SAN UCS 6100 UCS 6100 Port 0 Port 0 vNIC 1 vHBA vNIC 1 vHBA UCS server A UCS server A Requires a dedicated FC analyzer Ability to monitor FC and Eth traffic using a Eth analyzer Need separate analyzers for FC and Eth Single analyzer to monitor FC and Eth  Requires specialized in‐line TAP, expensive Eliminates expensive FC analyzer UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 40
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  vNIC and vHBA Level Monitoring  vNIC level monitoring and troubleshooting capability Traditional SPAN vNIC Level Monitoring Eth Analyzer Needs only vNIC Eth Analyzer Monitor vNIC 2,  2 but saw vNIC 1  saw only vNIC 2 & 3 Eth1/1 Nexus 5000 UCS 6100 Port 0 UCS 6100 Port 0 vNIC1 vNIC2 vNIC3 M81KR VIC V VM VM M vNIC1 vNIC2 vNIC3 VM‐FEX mode M81KR VIC V VM VM M Complex connectivity Simple connectivity Inability to monitor specific VM traffic Ability to monitor specific VM traffic Lack of visibility (bulk capture) Granular visibilityUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 41
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release UCSM Monitoring‐ Visual  SPAN destination can be any unused licensed portUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 43
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release UCSM Monitoring‐ Visual  Support for various Eth and FC monitoring sources UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 44
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release or earlier Fabric based NIC teaming FabricFailover Chassis backplane (or Fabric) provides  redundant path for each vNIC HW based active/standby failover  mechanism for Eth traffic Host OS un‐aware of failure and recovery Unlike OS NIC Teaming, redundancy  provided with single interface After failover: Transmit GARP Multicast Group reRegistration Enable fabric failover in vNIC creationUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 55
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release or earlier FabricFailover on UCS Return traffic for MAC FabricFailover MAC C MAC C Ten 1/1 Ten 1/2 Fabric failover load‐balances traffic on  per vNIC basis  Ten 1/1 Ten 1/2 Palo provides up to 58 vNICs gARP Each vNIC maps to one of the fabric for  MAC C active data path When active path fails, failover to  UCS 6100 UCS 6100 standby fabric. 6100 updates path changes to        MAC A MAC B upstream switches via gARP of vNIC Eth 0 Eth 1 MAC upon active link failure MAC C UCS ServerUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 56
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  FabricFailover and Sync on UCS Return traffic for MAC NEW FabricSync MAC C MAC C Ten 1/1 Ten 1/2Keeps mac address table synchronized between FI’s Ten 1/1 Ten 1/26100 updates path changes to upstream  gARP MAC Dswitches via gARP not only vNIC MACsbut also VM MACs behind a vSwitchupon active link failure UCS 6100 UCS 6100Always enabled  MAC A MAC B Eth 0 Eth 1 MAC C UCS Server VM MAC DUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 57
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release or earlier Hyper‐V Network Link Redundancy No redundancy for Hyper‐V Link  Switch 1 Can only connect a single NIC to a virtual switch in  Hyper‐V Single point of failure Hyper V vSwitch Server VMUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 58
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release or earlier Hyper‐V Network Link Redundancy Hyper‐V Link redundancy with NIC teaming Switch 1 Switch 2 Hyper‐V does not support NIC teaming or bonding Requires 3rd party intermediate NIC teaming driver  software to provide network link HA LAN Primary NIC LAN Secondary NIC Officially not supported by Microsoft technical  Virtual Machines LAN NIC team adapter support Hyper V vSwitch Server VM Server – Source Microsoft support website http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968703 date 09/22/10 “Since Network Adapter Teaming is only provided by Hardware Vendors, Microsoft does not provide any support for this technology thru Microsoft Product Support Services. As a result, Microsoft may ask that you temporarily disable or remove Network Adapter Teaming software when troubleshooting issues where the teaming software is suspect.”UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 59
  • UCS Manager 1.3(1) Release or earlier Enhanced Hyper‐V Network Link Redundancy FabricFailover with FabricSync enhances Hyper‐V Link redundancy Fabric  failover provides hardware based  redundancy and failoverUCS 6100 UCS 6100 Microsoft fully supports fabric failover based  configuration Eth 0 Eth 1 Eliminates need for un‐supported software  Redundant teaming drivers path Hyper V vSwitch Predictable and faster failover (confirm) VM UCS Server UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 60
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  Silent VM  MAC A Ten1/1 Silent VM describes a VM receiving but not sending  Ten1/2 traffic (one way communication) Ten1/1 Rare in production networks Fabric failover enables standby path upon active path  failure Does not provide path update for VM’s behind the  Traffic black  hypervisor hole Upstream switch continues to use old path until VM  Eth 0 Eth 1 starts talking vSwitch MAC A VM UCS Server Silent VMUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 61
  • UCS Manager 1.4(1) Release  Silent VM  FabricFailover with FabricSync resolves Silent VM issue MAC A Ten1/2 FabricSync along with Fabric failover  solves silent  VM issues FabricSync tracks the remote mac‐addresses  gARP VM  MAC A triggers gARPs upon their active path failure Ten1/2 Ten1/1 Path changes are updated immediately, provides  faster recovery Mac‐sync Eth 0 Eth 1 vSwitch MAC A VM UCS Server Silent VMUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 62
  • UCSSoftware Release 1.4 Compute Authentication & Security Ethernet Stateless Computing Fibre Channel Management & MonitoringPresentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 71
  • Storage Connectivity with UCS 1.3(1) LAN NAS STORAGE NAS STORAGE CLOUD FC STORAGE FC STORAGE LAN Switch SAN Switch End Host Mode NPV/End Host Mode NPV/End Host Mode End Host Mode Switch Mode Switch Mode NAS STORAGE NAS STORAGEUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 72
  • Enable Direct Connection of FC Storage Customer benefits FCoE Storage FC Storage Support to connect FC and FCoE storage to 6100 Fewer hops and reduced latency to access the storage End to end FCoE topologies possible Feature details FC Target Ports Support for NetApp and EMC direct connect UCS 6100 UCS 6100 storage Zoning configuration not supported, but zoning may be inherited from upstream switch LUN security through LUN masking in the array Ethernet and FC switching modes are independent UCS B-SeriesUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 74
  • Hybrid Topology with direct-attach and SAN SAN Fabric Storage Arrays Fibre Channel Fabric A Fabric B Ethernet Core Direct Attach Unified I/O FCoE FC Storage FCoE Storage SAN A SAN B UCS 6100 UCS 6100 Security via zoneset merge and/or LUN Masking on the Array Controller UCS B-SeriesUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 75
  • Enable Direct Connection of NAS Appliances NAS Appliance Customer benefits UCS 1.4 NAS appliance connected to Fabric Appliance Port Interconnects in “END HOST” Mode End Host Eliminates additional access-layer switches Feature details Support for NAS (Ethernet appliance) in End Host (general best practice) without putting 6100 in switch mode UCS B-Series NAS Appliance New NAS port type to support this functionality Current Support for advanced features like VLAN Uplink Port Filtering and QoS Switch Mode UCS B-SeriesUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 76
  • FC Port Trunking Customer benefits Provide isolation to SAN traffic over the same physical FC link Help consolidate FC infrastructure Feature details fNICs (of vHBAs) can be on different VSANs All VSANs will be trunked on every uplink FC port Scalability: Max of 32 VSANs per UCS system SAN A SAN B VSAN A VSAN C FC trunking supported in FC end host and VSAN B VSAN D switch modeUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 77
  • FC Port Channels Customer benefits Aggregate and maximize available bandwidth while maintaining isolation Increases resiliency and guard against port failures Feature details vFCs Up to 16 FC ports can be aggregated together for a single port channel ISL / Port Channel Different combination of FC ports from different expansion modules on the FI can be placed on the same port channel VSANs can be trunked over the port channel SAN A SAN B VSAN trunking and port channel supported for VSAN A VSAN C both NPV and switch mode FI operation VSAN B VSAN DUCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 78
  • UCS 1.4 Software Release © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 80