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Cisco-EMC Multiprotocol Fibre Channel SANs for Performance, Availability, and Architectural Flexibility

Cisco-EMC Multiprotocol Fibre Channel SANs for Performance, Availability, and Architectural Flexibility

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Multiprotocol fibre channel sans for performance, availability, and architectural flexibility Multiprotocol fibre channel sans for performance, availability, and architectural flexibility Presentation Transcript

  • 1© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco-EMC MultiprotocolFibre Channel SANs forPerformance, Availability,and Architectural FlexibilityRichard DarnielleDirector, Product Management,Data Center Group, Cisco SystemsCo-Sponsoredby Intel®
  • 2© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Legal Disclaimer• Some of the products and features described herein remain invarying stages of development and will be offered on a when-and-if-available basis.• This material is subject to change at the sole discretion ofCisco, and Cisco will have no liability for delay in the delivery orfailure to deliver any of the products or features set forth inthis document.
  • 3© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.A Decade of Wildly Successful PartnershipLaunched at EMC World 2003
  • 4© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Key Requirements Shaping Storage NetworksVIRTUALIZATION /CLOUDMASSIVE DATAGROWTHMEGA DATACENTERSSOLID-STATE10xgrowth in physical andvirtual servers by 2020116xgrowth in informationcreated by 2020125%growth in the LargestData Centers by 20163High BandwidthZero DowntimeMulti-protocol Storage Connectivity,Ease of Management, Fast Disaster Recovery, Low Latency4xgrowth in Solid-StateDisks (SSD) by 201521: IDC: “THE DIGITAL UNIVERSE IN 2020: Big Data, Bigger Digital Shadows, and Biggest Growth in the Far East”, Dec. 20122: Gartner: “Marketing Essentials: Three Growth Opportunities in Storage Up to 2015”, Aug. 20123: Gartner: “High-Tech Tuesday Webinar: The Shifting Face of the Data Center”, Feb. 2013
  • 5© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Data Centers RequireMulti-Protocol ConnectivityFCHighPerformanceData CenterConnectivityFICONMainframeConnectivityFCIPLong DistanceReplicationConnectivityiSCSI-NASFile andBlock OverIPTCP/IPLANConnectivityFCoESAN ProtocolsLAN Protocols
  • 6© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.PHYSICALVIRTUALCisco Unified Data CenterHolistic Fabric-Based ApproachCLOUDUnifiedDataCenterNetworkStorage SecurityComputeManagementBUSINESSAGILITYFINANCIALEFFICIENCYOPERATIONALSIMPLICITYWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 7© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.ComprehensiveSecurityVirtual SAN(VSAN)Integrated SANExtension for DC/BREthernetNetworkStorageNetworkInnovation Coupled With Investment ProtectionPerformanceand DensitySingle Managementfor SAN and LANContinued Industry First Innovations Over The Last DecadeCisco Unified Fabric Storage Network—Fibre Channel and BeyondCisco®Unified Fabric
  • 8© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.CiscoNexus 5000CiscoNexus 6000CiscoNexus 7000CiscoNexus 1000VCiscoNexus 3000Cisco MDS9200SeriesCisco® MDS9500SeriesCisco MDS9100SeriesCiscoNexus 200010+ Years of Proven NX-OS Operating SystemFrom Hypervisor to CoreCisco Multi-Protocol Architecture for LAN and SANIndustry’s Broadest Switching PortfolioCONSISTENT and SIMPLIFIEDFeatures, Management and ProgrammabilityCisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM)Single Point of Management
  • 9© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.OF ANY DIRECTORSTORAGE DIRECTORINDUSTRY’S MOSTWITHINNOVATIONSUNMATCHEDINVESTMENT PROTECTION for the Next Decade!NOW!INDUSTRY’SHIGHEST
  • 10© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.IT OPERATIONS andKNOWLEDGEEase of Migrationwith NX-OS and DCNMWITHOUT FORKLIFT1.5 Tbps / SlotSwitching CapacityWithOPERATIONSFOR ANY SANUp to 384 Line Rate Ports48x16G FC or48x10G FCoECisco MDS 9710 Multilayer DirectorFor Cloud and Massive Amounts of DataOF ANY DIRECTORIndustry’sHighestQ4’13NOW!
  • 11© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco MDS 9000 Heritage of Nonstop ReliabilityConsole Logs from MDS Fortune 100 CustomersInsurance Company AMDS 9500 Series Director8.07 5.10 5.26System Start Up Time:System Uptime:From a Large BankMDS 9500 Series DirectorSystem Start Up Time:System Uptime:Insurance Company BMDS 9100 Fabric SwitchSystem Start Up Time:System Uptime:UP TIME IN YEARSNon-Stop OperationsIncluding Software Upgrades
  • 12© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.N+1 FabricEliminates loss of bandwidthTaking the MDS Heritage to the Next LevelSTORAGE DIRECTORINDUSTRY’S MOSTIn-Service Software UpgradeEliminates downtimeN+1 / N:N RedundancyPower supplies / power gridReduced Failure DomainsMaintain performanceFront-BackAirflow
  • 13© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.10G FCoE2/4/8/10/16G FCVSAN, Inter-VSAN RoutingFICONArchitectural Choices For Emerging Business NeedsWITHINNOVATIONSUNMATCHEDMix / Match FC and FCoE* FutureCisco OpenNetworkEnvironment(ONE)*
  • 14© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.FCIPHigh-Bandwidth SANExtension Across MAN/WANIO ACCELERATORAccelerate Tape Backupand Disk ReplicationDATA MOBILITY MANAGERMigrate Data BetweenHeterogeneous ArraysUnmatched Flexibility for Cisco MDS and Cisco NexusFOR STORAGE SERVICESService Device SprawlQ3 ’13
  • 15© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco Industry Firsts for FCoE Support40 Gigabit FCoE FCoE over 10GBaseTFlexible Deployment Options96 line rate 40GE FCoE portsMultiprotocol SupportNexus 6004UCS C-SeriesVIC 1225TNexus 559610GBaseT GEMCisco Proven InteroperabilityUse Existing Cat 6a or Cat 7 CablesNexus 2232TM-EWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • 16© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Bringing It Together for Your Storage NetworksMoving Large Data Sets atHigh-Speed With1.5Tbps/Slot PerformanceFrom Multiple Data Centersto a Central Location WithinShort Backup Windows With10G FCIPReplicate Data For Low-latency Applications AcrossDCs With IO Acceleration(IOA)Inexpensively RefreshHeterogeneous Arrays withData Mobility Manager1 2 3 4MDS 9250iMDS 9710MDS 9250iMDS 9710MAN/WANBusiness Continuity/Disaster RecoveryTapes/VTLsFCFCoEFCFCoENexus7000,6000,5000Servers
  • 17© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.MDS 9710 Component Details
  • 18© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.MDS 9710 ChassisRedundant SupervisorEngines8 payload slots(1.5T/slot)8 3000W AC/DC powersupplies14RU3 fan trays6 fabric modules(behind fan trays)RearFrontFront-to-back airflow32”Industry-leading Performance and Reliability
  • 19© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.48-port Line-Rate 16-Gbps ModuleDetailsPerformance 48 x 16-Gbps, 768-GbpsPort Speeds 2/4/8/16-Gbps and 10-Gbps Fibre ChannelIntelligent Capabilities VSAN, IVR, FC RedirectB2B Credits Up to 500 per port, 4095 with Enterprise License (510km @ 16G)Optics 16G SW/LW; 8G SW/LW/ER; 10G FC SW/LW; 10GE SR/LR/ER** FC PacketsStandardize on Line-Rate 16G Connectivity
  • 20© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Number ofFabric CardsFront panel FCBandwidth/SlotFull Line-RateN+1 Fabric CardProtection1 256 Gbps No No2 512 Gbps No No3 768 Gbps Yes No4 768 Gbps Yes YesHost Port48 Port 16G FC ModuleMDS 9710: N+1 Fabric Redundancy1234Line-rate on 48-port 16G FC Module needs only 3 Fabric Modules
  • 21© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.1 256 Gbps 220 Gbps2 512 Gbps 440 Gbps3 768 Gbps 660 Gbps4 1024 Gbps 880 GbpsHost PortFC, FCoE Modules5 1280 Gbps 1100 Gbps6 1536 Gbps 1320 GbpsNumber ofFabric CardsFront panel FCBandwidth/SlotFront panel FCoEBandwidth/SlotMDS 9710: Designed for Growth123456No Forklift required for Higher Bandwidth Linecards in the future
  • 22© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Transitioning to Cisco MDS 9710 & 9250i
  • 23© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.8GExample 1: Existing MDS SAN Fabric• Typical Edge-CoreSAN Fabric with8G Line-RateModules• 8G Host / Targetconnectivity• 8G ISLsSAN A SAN B8GMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xx8G8G FC8G/10G FC16G FC
  • 24© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.8GExample 1: Existing MDS SAN FabricAdd 8G or 16G PortsSAN A SAN BMDS95xx8GMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS9710MDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS971016G8G8G FC8G/10G FC16G FC8G• Deploy MDS 9710for additional 8Gports or 16G ports• Use 10G ISLs toconnect MDS 95138G Line-RateModules to MDS9710• Use IntelligentServices Module inexisting MDS toprovide storageservices
  • 25© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.8GExample 1: Existing MDS SAN FabricAdd 8G or 16G PortsSAN A SAN BMDS95xx8GMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS9710MDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS971016G16G16G8G FC8G/10G FC16G FC8G• Deploy MDS 9710for additional 8Gports or 16G ports• Use 10G ISLs toconnect MDS 95138G Line-RateModules to MDS9710• Use IntelligentServices Module inexisting MDS toprovide storageservices
  • 26© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.8GExample 1: Existing MDS SAN FabricAdd 8G or 16G PortsSAN A SAN B8G16G16G16G8G FC8G/10G FC16G FC8G10GMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS9710MDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS9710• Deploy MDS 9710for additional 8Gports or 16G ports• Use 10G ISLs toconnect MDS 95138G Line-RateModules to MDS9710• Use IntelligentServices Module inexisting MDS toprovide storageservices
  • 27© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.8GExample 1: Existing MDS SAN FabricAdd 8G or 16G PortsSAN A SAN B8G16G16G16G• Deploy MDS 9710for additional 8Gports or 16G ports• Use 10G ISLs toconnect MDS 95138G Line-RateModules to MDS9710• Use IntelligentServices Module inexisting MDS toprovide storageservices8G FC8G/10G FC16G FC8G10GMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710MDS9710MDS9710 MDS95xxMDS95xxMDS9710
  • 28© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Example 2: Refresh SAN Fabric• Use MDS 9710 forFC Ports• Use MDS 9250i orMDS 95xx toprovide StorageServicesSAN A SAN BMDS9710MDS971016G16GMDS9710MDS9710MDS9250iMDS95xx10G8G8GMDS9710MDS97108G FC8G/10G FC16G FC16G
  • 29© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Example 3: Unified Fabric with FC/FCoE Core• Use Cisco NexusSwitches toconverge LAN andSAN at access layer• Use MDS 9710 forFC and FCoE Targets• Use MDS 9250i orMDS 95xx to provideStorage ServicesSAN A SAN B10G FCoE10G Unified I/O16GMDS9710MDS9250iMDS95xxFCoENexusLAN16G FC10G FCoE10G Unified I/O10G LANMDS9710NexusNexusNexusNexusNexus
  • 30© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco Data Center Network Management
  • 31© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Single Point of Network ManagementCisco Prime Data Center Network Manager―DCNMContextual DashboardsFull Device ConfigurationBest-Practises TemplatesIntegrated WithVmware vSphereTrend AnalysisReportingAutomated ManagementServer FailoverSupport for up to 150KPortsManaging Across Cisco® MDS,Nexus® and UCS PlatformsWith Intel® Xeon® processor
  • © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32DCNM: VMpath for Unprecedented VM to Storage Visibility• VM-aware discovery and correlation with SAN and LAN infrastructure• VMpath: Path analytics from VM to storage ports• VM performance stats on CPU, Memory, Disk-IO, Latency, Reads/Writes• Host to storage path troubleshooting with performance trending and eventsVMPHYSICALSERVERBLADESWITCHISLsTARGETPORTNETWORKSWITCH(S)
  • 33© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.DCNM: Resilient and Scalable ArchitectureHigh Availability with Federated Deployment• High Availability Architecture• Automated failover of networkdiscovery to standby server• Maintain continuous uninterrupted viewof mission critical infrastructure• Federated Scale-out Architecture• Up to 10 management nodes• Up to 150,000 ports• Up to 2000 switches Server Federation
  • 34© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco Open Network Environment (ONE)onePK APIControl PlaneData PlaneCLI, SNMP, …ApplicationsProgrammable APIsControl PlaneData PlaneCiscoonePKAPI Example Use CasesAutomate WorkflowsProvision new resourcesDecommission existingresourcesAccess internal registersCo-relate various views Complete developer’s kit formultiple Cisco Platforms,Servers, BladesDeeper,FasterAutomation
  • 35© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Cisco + EMCBuild a Highly-Available Cloud
  • 36© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Three Paths to the CloudConvergedInfrastructureCustom Design VSPEX VblockTM SystemsReferenceArchitectureBest-of-BreedInfrastructure ProductsMDS and Nexus Platforms
  • 37© Copyright 2013 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Visit Cisco Booth 401• Twitter: @ciscoDC• Facebook.com/CiscoDC• Video: http://www.youtubecisco.com/datacenter• Cisco blog: http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenter• Slideshare:http://slideshare.com/CiscoDataCenterIn Collaboration with Intel®Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon and Xeon inside are trademarks of Intel Corporationin the U.S. and other countries.