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  • Co-Sponsored by Intel® Bringing Data Center Compute To The Branch © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • Data Center/Cloud Storage Mail Servers File Servers Web Servers Branch Office Infrastructure Security Voice Systems Simplified IT Operations, Higher Resource Use, Cost Savings Presentation_ID © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 2
  • The Lean Branch Office Balancing IT Efficiency and User Experience Serverless Branch Data Center/ Cloud WAN/Internet Branch Office • No local servers • Full reliance on WAN • Simplicity, low cost • No service guarantees Presentation_ID Lean Branch Data Center/ Cloud Full-Service Branch Data Center/ Cloud WAN/Internet WAN/Internet Branch Office Branch Office • 4-5 local servers • Full reliance on WAN except for mission-critical applications © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public • All servers local • No reliance on WAN • Complexity, high cost • Service guarantees 3
  • Core Windows Services Mission-Critical Business Applications Client Management Services • DNS and DHCP servers • Point-of-sale server • Software update service • Microsoft active directory • Bank teller control point • Client monitoring service • Windows print services • Electronic medical records • Backup and recovery • Windows file services • Inventory management • Terminal server gateway • Others • Others • Others
  • Cisco End-to-End Solution UCS B-Series and C-Series for Data Center; UCS E-Series for Branch Cisco UCS B/C Series Data Center/Cloud Unified compute platform for infrastructure consolidation in the data center. Offers innovative virtualization, memory, provisioning, I/O, and management capabilities. Consolidate Infrastructure Centralize Applications Cisco UCS E-Series Servers Residual compute platform with all-in-one device convergence that facilitates centralization of branch applications into the data center. Support User experience Branch Office Address WAN-induced performance, availability, compliance challenges
  • Cisco Integrated Services Router Portfolio Virtual Office Highly Secure Mobility Customizable Applications 2901*, 2911, 2921, 2951 860, 880, 890 No UCS E-Series Blades Presentation_ID Highly Secure Collaboration 3925, 3945 3925E, 3945E 4451-X Up to 2 UCS E- Series Blades 1941, 1941W No UCS E-Series Blades High Performance Native Services 1 or 2 UCS E- Series Blades © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Up to 4 UCS E- Series Blades Cisco Public 6
  • Cisco UCS E-Series Single Wide Blade Compact, Multipurpose Blade Housed in ISR G2 Maximum 65 W Power Draw 80 Percent Less than Server 8, 12, and 16 GB DRAM Options Intel Xeon E3 Family QuadCore Processor iSCSI Initiator Hardware Offload Configuration and Management Through CIMC Remote and Schedulable Power Management One External and Two Internal GE Ports 10/100 Ethernet Management Port KVM Console Connector Wire-Free, Plug-and-Play Modularity, Low Shipping Weight (2.5 lb/1.1 kg) Two SD cards: One for the CIMC and Temporary Storage of OS and One for a Blank Virtual Drive Up to 2 SATA, SAS or SSD Hard Drives USB 2.0 Port for External Device Connectivity On-Board Hardware RAID 0/1 with Hot-Swap Capability
  • Cisco UCS E-Series Double Wide Blade Compact, Multipurpose Blade Housed in ISR G2 8 GB - 48 GB DRAM Options Maximum 130 W Power Draw, 80 Percent Less than Server Intel Xeon E5-2400 Quad Core or Six-Core Processor Remote and Schedulable Power Management Front-Panel VGA, 2 USB, and Serial Console Connectors Two SD Cards: One for the CIMC and Temporary Storage of OS and One for a Blank Virtual Drive Two External and Two Internal GE Ports with TCP/IP Acceleration iSCSI Initiator Hardware Offload Out-of-Band Configuration and Management Through CIMC Up to 3 SATA, SAS, SSD Hard Drives or 2 HDD and a PCIe Card On-Board Hardware RAID 0, 1, and 5 Configuration Options with Hot-Swap Capability Wire-Free, Plug-and-Play Modularity, Low Shipping Weight (7 lb / 3.2 kg)
  • Cisco ISR G2 as Blade Server Enclosure Use Slots on Most Widely Deployed Branch Device Cisco IOS Firewall Cisco Unified Communications Cisco IP Routing WAN termination Cisco VPN/IPSec/Remote Access Cisco vWAAS Cisco vWLC Cisco VSM Switching with PoE Desktop Virtualization Mission-Critical applications WAN Optimization All-in-One Device for Branch Services Application Hosting Wireless LAN/WAN Unified Communications Routing/Switching Security
  • Cisco UCS E-Series Servers Support Model Hardware Support Provided by Cisco ® • UCS E-Series hardware supported under ISR G2 SMARTnet at no additional cost • Hypervisor and OS supported by Hypervisor and OS vendor Hypervisor Cisco UCS E-Series Server Module ® ISR G2 Supported by OS/Hypervisor Vendor Purchased separately Supported by Cisco SMARTnet Attached to ISR G2
  • Cisco UCS E-Series Server Hypervisor and OS Support Hypervisors • VMware vSphere Hypervisor™ 5.0, update 1 • VMware vSphere Hypervisor™ 5.1 • Hyper-V (Windows 2008 R2) • Citrix XenServer 6.0 Microsoft Windows •Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64-bit •Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise 64-bit Linux •Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 •SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, service pack 2 •Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.0, update 2
  • VDI on Cisco UCS E-series VMware Rapid Desktop Program validation VMware Rapid Desktop Appliances • Validation testing was performed on a UCSE-160D with SSD drives • The UCS E hosted VDI infrastructure and desktop components • For the validated design 25 virtual desktops were deployed and tested with a heavy knowledge worker profile • This design also applies to a deployment of up to 50 desktops in a branch or remote office scenario • Test tools used for validation were VMware White Paper Reference: White Paper Reference: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/ps10265/ps12629/white_paper_c11-715347.html http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/ps10265/ps12629/white_paper_c11-715347.html
  • Linked-Clones with WAAS 30 virtual machines being provisioned across T1 WAN link • Single VM takes ~2.7 minutes to be created, to deploy 30 VMs would take ~80 minutes • Apparent bandwidth is 100Mbps due to compression and optimization • Other applications are also optimized and can share the connection
  • Increase Virtual Desktop Density and Accelerate Cisco Office-in-a-box Performance with Atlantis ILIO Citrix XenDesktop Or VMware View And VMware ESX Cisco ISR with UCS E-series  Cisco Office-in-a-Box solution with Atlantis ILIO  Cisco ISR routers with UCS E-series server module  Atlantis ILIO Software  Increase desktop density by 3x, and improve IOPS by up to 55x*  Solution Benefits  Low overall TCO for Branch Office Virtual Desktops  Provide better-than-PC performance with ILIO and SAS disks  Lower OPEX and time to deployment  Seamless integration with VMware Branch Office Desktop - Desktop Virtualization for Remote and Branch Offices – *Actual performance results may vary depending on servers, architectures, networks and storage used High Performance and Cost Effective Office-in-a-box
  • Distributed VDI on UCS E-series Fully distributed solution • Only virtualized desktops are hosted on Cisco UCS E-Series server • Virtualized desktops are managed by central view server • Applications can be accessed local or across the WAN • Full clones or linked clones supported* Data Center or Headquarters Remote Office Desktop Master Image VMware Horizon View Agent Direct-Connection WAN WAAS Cisco ISR G2 & Cisco UCS WAAS E-Series server • •VDI and application survivability VDI and application survivability • •Best user experience Best user experience • •Data center compute offloading Data center compute offloading • •Simplified management Simplified management Remote Office Clients Remote Office Clients Presentation_ID * WAAS is recommended for limited bandwidth/high-latency WAN links © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 15
  • VDI: Branch Desktop Virtualization with VMware View Delivering Superior Branch Experience These new bundle solutions include: Solution Overiew: VDI with VMware View & Cisco UCS E-Series Delivers a Remote Office Branch Office VDI solution on ISR G2(2951,3900s) that offer: •Centralized Management and Distributed Compute •uncompromised local user experience VMware View •the industry’s fastest growing branch blade server – Cisco UCS E-Series •the most widely adopted virtualization platform – VMware vSphere •View Bundle available for adding 10 or 25 seats of View Desktop Virtualization for Branch and SMB with View 10 users Benefits for VDIWhy Cisco for Desktop Virtualization? Implementers: •Industry leading desktop density See: I am working on coming up with a one paper solutions paper •Simplified provisioning and operations model, fully integrated with VMware vCenter •Easily •Integrated, Pre-Validated Solutions  Reducing Risk to Adoption! Desktop Virtualization for Branch and SMB with View 25 users UCS-E140D-M1VDI/K9 UCS-E160D-M1VDI/K9 •CPU: Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2418L (10-MB cache, 2.0 GHz, and 4 cores) •CPUIntel® Xeon® processor E5-2428L (15-MB cache, 1.8 GHz, and 6 cores) •DRAM 48 GB •DRAM 48 GB •2 x E100D-HDD-SAS900G •3 x E100D-HDD-SAS900G •Options Cisco UCS E-Series scale to 1000s of virtual desktops •Options • RAID • RAID • Operating Systems - VMware ESXi Hypervisor • Operating Systems - VMware ESXi Hypervisor Cisco Integrated Services Router G2 •Cisco UCS E140D: 2921, 2951, 3925, 3925E, 3945, and 3945E •Cisco UCS E160D: 3925, 3925E, 3945, and 3945E
  • Visit Cisco Booth D209 Twitter: @ciscoDC, #vmworld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CiscoDC Youtube: http://www.youtubecisco.com/datacenter Cisco DCC Blog: http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenter Slideshare: http://slideshare.com/CiscoDataCenter Community: : https://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/datacenter Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ciscosystems/data-center LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com search “Cisco Data Center” group Google +: http://goo.gl/irm4b In Collaboration with Intel® Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon and Xeon inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
  • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18