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  • Next Generation Data Center with Ciscoand IBMJeff GatzGlobal Systems EngineerData Center - IBMjegatz@cisco.com © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Cisco and IBM 360 Relationship  Technology integration from IBM: IBM is a major customer of Cisco STG servers, Microelectronics, IBM networking technologies (Catalyst, Nexus, software etc. into Cisco voice, Unified Communications, TelePresence) wireless, mobility, and TelePresence offerings Cisco is a major customer of IBM ASICs, System x, Tivoli, Rational, WebSphere, and  Technology integration from Cisco: Informix SW, SAN switching, Ethernet switching, and is a top ITS Services client Major Technology routers, Unified customers integrators Communications/Collaboration software into IBM products of each of each other other  IBM and Cisco meet customer needs with a Deliver solutions  Cisco supports IBM’s Smarter Planet broad portfolio of Cisco solutions integrated and services industry initiatives via a deep use case focus with IBM technologies and across industries services: • Healthcare – Telemedicine • Network Modernization – Refresh Core • Financial Services – Smart virtual Networks Banking Expert • Data Center Networking • Smarter Cities - Public Safety • TelePresence/Tandberg Video • Energy & Utilities - Smart Grid A level of interdependence unique to the industry © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM & Cisco Virtualized Data Center Infrastructure Servers and Storage Network SAN Nexus 7000 Cisco MDS System Storage Core Layer Disk/Tape/Adapte vPC/FP Core Routing rs WAN Catalyst 6500 Nexus 7000 Aggregation Layer (L2/L3) 10G /GigE Agg & LAN Services (Acceleration, load Power Systems vPC/ System Z balancing, firewall ,etc) GigE/10Gb/FC GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE FP System X GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE Access Layer Blade Center Nexus 7000 Nexus 5500 Catalyst 6500 Catalyst 3100 Blade GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE End of Row Nexus 2000 GigE/10Gb Switch GigE/10Gb GigE/10Gb/ GigE/10Gb/ Nexus 4000Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC FCoE FCoE GigE/10Gb/FCoE © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Foundation of the Next-Gen DC: TheStorage Area NetworkIBM & Cisco – Complementing and Integration © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Centralized Storage is foundational to the Data Center IBM System Storage SAN Volume Controller Entry: Storwize V3700, DS3500 Express Midrange: Storwize V7000 and Cisco MDS V7000 Unified, DS500, DS5020, DCS 37 Enterprise: DS8000 Series , XIV http://www-Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC 03.ibm.com/systems/support/storage/ssic/interoperability .wss © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Centralized Storage is foundational to the Data Center IBM System Storage SAN Volume Controller Entry: Storwize V3700, DS3500 Express Midrange: Storwize V7000 and Cisco MDS V7000 Unified, DS500, DS5020, DCS 37 Enterprise: DS8000 Series , XIV http://www-Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC 03.ibm.com/systems/support/storage/ssic/interoperability .wss © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Centralized Storage is foundational to the Data Center IBM System Storage SAN Volume Controller Entry: Storwize V3700, DS3500 Express Midrange: Storwize V7000 and Cisco MDS V7000 Unified, DS500, DS5020, DCS 37 Enterprise: DS8000 Series , XIV http://www-Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC 03.ibm.com/systems/support/storage/ssic/interoperability .wss © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM Storage with Cisco Storage NetworkingEnterprise Predictable performance regardless of load • DS8000 Series: FC 8Gbs Serial Crossbar • XIV: FC 8Gbs • V7000: FC 8Gbs or 10 Gbs FCoE Crossbar Switch Control, Scheduling • DS 5000 Series: FC 8Gbs Ingress • DS 3500/3700: FC 8Gbs Crossbar • V3700: FC 8Gbs or 10Gbs FCoE Egress Provides an extremely scalable, high-capacity switch fabric.Full line rate A temporary connection is established8Gbs or 10Gbs between and input and output port for theFCoE duration of the frame exchange Uses Virtual Output Queues to completely eliminate blocking Uses standing arbitration requests to paths that supports queue look-ahead, priority, and provides fair access. Centrally arbitrated © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM Storage with Cisco Storage NetworkingEnterprise Predictable performance regardless of load • DS8000 Series: FC 8Gbs Serial Crossbar • XIV: FC 8Gbs • V7000: FC 8Gbs or 10 Gbs FCoE Crossbar Switch Control, Scheduling • DS 5000 Series: FC 8Gbs Ingress • DS 3500/3700: FC 8Gbs • V3700: FC 8Gbs or 10Gbs FCoE Entry Crossbar Egress Provides an extremely scalable, high-capacity The Cisco MDS 9100 Series is based on switch fabric.Full line rate switch-on-a-chip architecture, with a A temporary connection is established8Gbs or 10Gbs fully arbitrated internal crossbar within between and input and output port for theFCoE the application-specific integrated duration of the frame exchange circuit (ASIC). Uses Virtual Output Queues to completely eliminate blocking Uses standing arbitration requests to paths that supports queue look-ahead, priority, and Full line rate 8Gbs provides fair access. Centrally arbitrated © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Virtualization extended and complimented in the SAN Mainframe: LPAR, z/VM, Z- Cisco MDS with Linux VSANs and IVR IBM AIX: LPAR, VIO, P- Hypervisor, Converged I/O Multi-Protocol IBM X86: Hypervisor (ie Support Vmware,KVM, HyperV), Blade Chassis I/O consolidation, Converged I/OEnhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC * Awaiting IBM validation © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Example of End to End Storage Virtualization – IBM and Cisco Common Port-Channel for all VSANs. Dynamic traffic Load- IBM P-Series Balancing Multiple LPARS using dedicated Hardware (HBA’s, GigE, 10Gbs, etc)_ IBM P-Series Dedicated Hardware LPAR 1 LPAR LPAR 2 Prod. VSAN Prod. VSAN LPAR 3 DEV VSAN DEV VSAN IBM P-Series LPAR 4 TEST LPAR VIO LPARs – Shared MDS SAN VSANs TEST VSANs Hardware LPAR 5 P-Series Cisco MDS Maintain LPAR use in Prod, Dev, or Test VDISK VDISK MDS 9222i Separation through VSAN isolation FCIP support for SVC Metro/Global Mirror Replication IBM disk IBM SAN Volume Controller IBM disk Virtualized Disk of DASD systems WAN © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Wednesday, March 06, 2013 Converged I/O© 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FCoE in the Cisco and IBM ecosystemIBM BladeCenter with CiscoNexus 4000 Cisco Nexus 7000 Series with F2 Modules acting as a Fibre Channel Forwarder Nexus 4000 running FIP snoopingIBM Pureflex withEN4093/CN4093 switch Cisco Nexus 5500 acting a Fibre Channel Forwarder SAN IBM EN4093/CN4093 running FIP snooping Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FCoE in the Cisco and IBM ecosystemIBM P Series with ConvergedNetwork Adapter Cisco Nexus 7000 Series with F2 Modules P Series Certified CNAIBM System X Rack Mount andStandalone Server Cisco Nexus 5500 SAN System X Certified CNA Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Cisco MDS in a Multi-hop FCoE environmentMajority of all Storage still connected via FC Nexus 5500 or Host with CNA X86/P- Series/BladeChassis Nexus 7000  8-Port Line Rate FCoE Module  Multihop FCoE  Preserves existing and continued investments in FC  Seamless interoperability between all MDS 9000 and Nexus platforms  ~50% more bandwidth than 8G FC Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Enabling the Ethernet FabricFlexibility and Simplicity in Server Connectivity © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Server and Mainframe Network Connectivity Servers Network Core Layer vPC/FP Core Routing WAN System Z Catalyst 6500 GigE/10Gb/FC Nexus 7000 Aggregation Layer (L2/L3) 10G /GigE Agg & LAN Services (Acceleration, load balancing, vPC/ firewall ,etc) Power Systems GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE FP Access Layer System X GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE Blade Center GigE/10Gb/FC/FCoE Nexus 7000 Nexus 5000 Catalyst 6500 Catalyst 3100 Blade End of Row Nexus 2000 GigE/10Gb Switch GigE/10Gb GigE/10Gb/ GigE/10Gb/ Nexus 4000Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Ethernet FC FCoE FCoE GigE/10Gb/FCoE © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • “Flatten” the NetworkMultiple ways to address it Stacking FEX (Virtual Chassis) FabricPath or TRILL* Nexus Parent Switch “FabricPath brings Layer 3 routing benefits to flexible Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender Lossless 10GE/FCoE Fabric Layer 2 bridged Ethernet Links networks” © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM BladeCenter: Cisco Catalyst 3110 for IBM BladeCenter Based on Cisco 3750E chip set 41Y8523 • Real field-proven technology! • StackWise Plus = 64G stacking links • (Cables: .5, 1 and 3 meter lengths) Rich feature set 41Y8522 • Usable L3 support, Full PVLAN, Cross-stack EtherChannel, Flexlink, UDLD, etc. Three SKUs to choose from • CBS 3110G – 4 x 1G uplinks with stacking (RJ45) • CBS 3110X – 1 x 10G uplink with stacking (X2) 43W4395 • CBS 3012 – 4 x 1G uplinks without stacking (Entry level targeted at BC S) VBS (stacked model) supported in all BladeCenters (except S) Requires an Advanced Management Module © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1Presentation_ID © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Cisco FEX: Virtualized Access SwitchChanging the device paradigm  De-Coupling of the Layer 1 and Layer 2 Topologies  Simplified Management Model, plug and play provisioning, centralized configuration  Line Card Portability (N2K supported with Multiple Parent Switches – Nexus 5000 and Nexus 7000)  Unified access for any server (100M1GE10GE FCoE )  Scalable Ethernet, HPC, unified fabric or virtualization deployment Mainframe AIX (System P) x86 – Rackmount or .Blade Chassis .. Virtualized Switch © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FabricPath as a BUS FabricPath provides an extensible transport fabric that aids in decoupling the building blocks of the DC Provides a scalable communication “BUS” between design elements (Layer 3 Routing, Policy Services, Compute Pod) FabricPath “BUS” blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 IBM Solutions that benefit from FP slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 • Blade Open Fabric blade1 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 slot 6 Manager blade7 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 blade1 blade1 • AIX networking with or slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 without VIO • Virtual Machine movement © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FabricPath as a BUS FabricPath provides an extensible transport fabric that aids in decoupling the building blocks of the DC Provides a scalable communication “BUS” between design elements (Layer 3 Routing, Policy Services, Compute Pod) FabricPath “BUS” blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 IBM Solutions that benefit from FP slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 • Blade Open Fabric blade1 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 slot 6 Manager blade7 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 blade1 blade1 • AIX networking with or slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 without VIO • Virtual Machine movement © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FabricPath as a BUS FabricPath provides an extensible transport fabric that aids in decoupling the building blocks of the DC Provides a scalable communication “BUS” between design elements (Layer 3 Routing, Policy Services, Compute Pod) FabricPath “BUS” blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 IBM Solutions that benefit from FP slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 • Blade Open Fabric blade1 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 slot 6 Manager blade7 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 blade1 blade1 • AIX networking with or slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 without VIO • Virtual Machine movement © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FabricPath as a BUS FabricPath provides an extensible transport fabric that aids in decoupling the building blocks of the DC Provides a scalable communication “BUS” between design elements (Layer 3 Routing, Policy Services, Compute Pod) FabricPath “BUS” blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 IBM Solutions that benefit from FP slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 • Blade Open Fabric blade1 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 slot 6 Manager blade7 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 blade1 blade1 • AIX networking with or slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 without VIO • Virtual Machine movement © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • FabricPath as a BUS FabricPath provides an extensible transport fabric that aids in decoupling the building blocks of the DC Provides a scalable communication “BUS” between design elements (Layer 3 Routing, Policy Services, Compute Pod) FabricPath “BUS” blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 IBM Solutions that benefit from FP slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 • Blade Open Fabric blade1 blade1 slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 slot 6 Manager blade7 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 blade1 blade1 • AIX networking with or slot 1 blade2 slot 1 blade2 slot 2 blade3 slot 2 blade3 slot 3 blade4 slot 3 blade4 slot 4 blade5 slot 4 blade5 slot 5 blade6 slot 5 blade6 slot 6 blade7 slot 6 blade7 slot 7 blade8 slot 7 blade8 slot 8 slot 8 without VIO • Virtual Machine movement © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Managing and Monitoring the DataCenterIBM & Cisco – Tivoli and Cisco Prime Data Center NetworkManager © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Managing Unified Fabric Web Services API / SMI-S • Fault Management VALUE • Capacity Management • Configuration and Provisioning LAN VDC 1 VIRTUAL LAYER SAN VDC VMware vSphere Nexus 7000 Nexus 1010 DCNM Virtual API Integration Virtual Device Context Nexus 1000v Service Blade • Fibre Channel, Ethernet, FICON PROTOCOLS • Fibre Channel over Ethernet, iSCSI SNMP / XML PHYSICAL LAYER Nexus 7000 Series Core Switches ONE NX-OS MDS 9000 Series Switches Nexus Access Series Switches © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Cisco Unified Infrastructure Controller End Users IT Admins IT Operations Mobile Devices Self Service Admin Dashboard Console Console ID & Access Policy Manager Resource Pools Manager OS Provisioning Database Event Manager CloudGenie Compute Network Storage Customer Choice Physical Infrastructure Virtual Infrastructure Self-Service Infrastructure Policy-Driven Lifecycle Management © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • Summary © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM & Cisco Virtualized Data Center Infrastructure LAN SONAS Storage - Entry Traditional and/or Data Center Virtualization Mainframe Storage – Mid- range Nexus 7000 Nexus 5000/2000 System P - AIX Fabric A Storage – Enterprise System X – x86 and Blades Storage Area Network – FC and FCoE Bridging the gap to the next generation Data Center Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Storage - Tape Fabric B Ethernet FCDCNM and Tivoli – Comprehensive end to end visibility, management, compliance, and control © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM & Cisco Virtualized Data Center Infrastructure LAN SONAS Storage - Entry Traditional and/or Data Center Virtualization Mainframe Storage – Mid- range Nexus 7000 Nexus 5000/2000 System P - AIX Fabric A Storage – Enterprise System X – x86 and Blades Storage Area Network – FC and FCoE Bridging the gap to the next generation Data Center Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Storage - Tape Fabric B Ethernet FCDCNM and Tivoli – Comprehensive end to end visibility, management, compliance, and control © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  • IBM & Cisco Virtualized Data Center Infrastructure LAN SONAS Storage - Entry Traditional and/or Data Center Virtualization Mainframe Storage – Mid- range Nexus 7000 Nexus 5000/2000 System P - AIX Fabric A Storage – Enterprise System X – x86 and Blades Storage Area Network – FC and FCoE Bridging the gap to the next generation Data Center Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE Storage - Tape Fabric B Ethernet FCDCNM and Tivoli – Comprehensive end to end visibility, management, compliance, and control © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public