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  • So what are the TDI Customer and Benefits: <br /> <br /> The TDI model leverages existing storage and network investment in people, process and equipment: <br /> Reduced hardware and operational costs by reusing existing hardware components and operation processes (most customers already have Cisco Networking and EMC/NetApp Storage) <br /> Mitigate risks and optimizes time-to-value by using existing IT Management processes for SAP HANA implementations <br /> Provides more flexibility in hardware vendor selection and leverages the existing ecosystem
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  • With the SAP HANA TDI model, SAP has defined specific rules and responsibilities: <br /> Server: Only servers listed in the SAP HANA Product Availability Matrix are supported. <br /> No local disks and no flash-memory cards are required. <br /> Additional Fibre Channel adapters for booting from the SAN are allowed. <br /> Storage: All storage devices must have successfully passed the hardware certification for SAP HANA. A list of storage resources certified for SAP HANA TDI can be found http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-48516. <br /> SAP HANA Installation: SAP Certified Technology Specialists must perform the installation. The certification includes: <br /> SAP Certified Technology Specialist (E_HANAINS131) with prerequisite SAP Certified Technology Associate (C_HANATEC_1 or C_HANATEC131) certification. <br /> Cisco is certified to perform these installations. <br /> Customer: The SAP HANA TDI solution is owned and supported by the customer, end to end, including design, implementation, certification, and support. Cisco and its partners can help you through any or all of these phases with Cisco Advanced Services for SAP HANA TDI
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  • There are three HANA Deployment Models: <br /> Appliance Model – Pre-designed, validated and factory built SAP HANA solution <br /> Tailored Datacenter Integration (TDI) Model - Delivery model that provides the customer the flexibility to use existing infrastructure and operation processes/skill sets. <br /> Cloud Model – Delivery model where customers use a HANA Hosted or “Infrastructure as a Service” through a Cisco Cloud Provider (e.g. Virtustream). This is for customers who are looking for an OPEX vs. CAPEX model. <br />
  • Journey with lots of twists and turns…but ultimately will converge on standard building blocks which cover the full landscape. We think that a Standards with common architectural approach across deployment options will win out. <br /> <br /> <br />
  • Here are some of the potential use cases for the TDI model: <br /> <br /> 1) Utilize customer’s existing datacenter storage area network (SAN) <br /> Example: Use existing SAN (EMC or NetApp) with the storage vendor providing support (e.g NetApp for OnTap) <br /> <br /> 2) Support for multiple SAP HANA production systems within one UCS <br /> Example: Two PRD HANA instances running on the same UCS configuration <br /> Example: Run the SAP Application Server together with SAP HANA on the same UCS configuration <br /> <br /> 3) Utilize customer’s existing datacenter 10GB Ethernet networking <br /> Example: Network provider will provide support (e.g. Cisco if on our switches) <br /> <br /> 4) Run SAP HANA together with other applications on shared infrastructure <br /> <br />
  • With the EMC VNX8000 storage models we created a solution based on 40 B440 M2 server – each with 512 GB memory – and 4 VNX8000 storages. <br /> Each storage provides the performance and capacity for the OS, HANA Data, HANA Log and HANA Share on 10 B440 server – regardless if multiple virtual HANA systems or a single one. <br /> <br /> We scale to 40 Blades and 4 Storages per cell to guaranty the performance and a design with no over-subscription. <br /> <br /> Boot Storage is based on FC / FCoE LUNs (this can change as PXE and persistent NFS root OS is supported by UCS-Director) <br /> All other storage, i.e. HANA data and log is based on NFS shares <br /> <br />
  • We talked a lot about the cell design, now lets see how the solution scales beyond the 40 nodes. <br /> <br /> For scalability we defined the terms Layer2 (L2) domain and Layer 3 (L3) domain. A L2 domain is based on VLAN ID separation and limitations and can hold multiple Cells. The core limitation is the number of VLAN Ids – 4090 max. A L3 domain is based on IP separation and can use multiple L2 domains to run the systems. <br /> <br /> As shown in the sandwich slide at the beginning the L2 domain is managed by a Infrastructure/platform manager – we use UCS-Director. Every L2 domain do have a own UCS-Directory instance (purple dot). The L3 domain is managed by a network automation tool – we use Cisco Network manager – and we use Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud (orange dot) for the Cloud Automation Layer and to coordinate the L3 network automation and the L2 / cell automation. <br /> <br /> We are fully aware that the most Service Providers do have a cloud automation and / or network automation tool in place and it is possible to use these tools for the L3 part. <br /> <br /> One unique point of our solution is UCS-Director as this tool abstract the infrastructure complexity and provides a services catalog for the different HANA sizes and applications. <br />

SAP HANA TDI Tailored Datacenter Integration with EMC 2 SAP HANA TDI Tailored Datacenter Integration with EMC 2 Presentation Transcript

  • © 2014 VCE Company, LLC. All rights reserved. Robert Michael Moore (Mike) SME, Cisco | WW SAP Center of Competence SAP HANA TDI TAILORED DATACENTER INTEGRATION WITH EMC
  •  HANA is a database with in-memory performance capabilities.  For SAP and their customers, it is a revolutionary platform.  Most deployments since launch, have been as a dedicated Appliance.  Appliance – pre-engineered combination of network, storage, compute.  Tailored Datacenter Integration offers flexible deployment.  IT centers would like to integrate HANA onto infrastructure and capacity they may already own. TDI allows for this. QUICK BACKGROUND, WHAT IS SAP HANA, TDI?
  • TDI CUSTOMER BENEFITS  Leverages existing storage and network investment in people, process and equipment:  Reduces hardware and operational costs by reusing existing hardware components and operation processes  Can optimize time-to-value by using existing IT Management processes for SAP HANA implementations  Provides more flexibility in hardware vendor selection and leverages their existing ecosystem This gives you an advantage when you have existing enterprise storage and/or Cisco networking capacity.
  • Multiple potential use cases: • Utilize existing datacenter SAN • Multiple HANA production systems (hosting, cloud) • Utilize existing datacenter 10GB network • Run SAP HANA together with other applications on shared infrastructure HANA DEPLOYED AS TDI
  • HANA EVOLUTION – BUSINESS AND DEPLOYMENT CASES Cisco portfolio covers the full spectrum DW/Analytics Business Suite Suite on HANACustomer Specific Applications Hadoop Integration Deployment Models TDI • Shared/multi- instanceDedicated/ Appliance On Prem Standardization Virtualized Cloud Ref Arch • Enterprise • SP • SAP 2010 2012 Customer Use Cases 2014+ Hosted
  • SAP HANA APPLIANCE MODEL IN YOUR DATA CENTER SAP HANA Compute Network Storage Test SAP HANA Compute Network Storage Production SAP HANA Compute Network Storage Development Enterprise Network Enterprise Storage Microsoft Sharepoint Compute Microsoft Exchange Compute SAP Applications Compute
  • SAP HANA TDI DEPLOYMENT MODEL IN YOUR DATA CENTER Certified Enterprise Network Certified Enterprise Storage SAP HANA Compute Production SAP HANA Compute Development SAP HANA Compute Test Microsoft Sharepoint Compute Microsoft Exchange Compute SAP Applications Compute
  • COMPARING APPLIANCE AND TDI Compute Network Storage Compute Network Storage Compute Appliance TDI
  • COMPARING – CUSTOMER PROFILE Appliance TDI Note: TDI Network is in ramp. Must be accepted by SAP & Cisco Faster time to implementation Skilled SAP infrastructure teams Hands-off like SAP implementation philosophy Large storage and/or network investments and standardization Prefer with the appliance life cycle model Resources available to manage solution Storage/Network partner is datacenter trusted advisor Dedicated, purposeful HANA infrastructure
  • COMPARING – OFFERING AND SUPPORT Appliance TDI Pre-Engineered, Optimized, Pre-Certified solution with Delivery and Reactive Support Services Customer owns Engineering, Certification/Validation, Delivery and all Support coordination activities All specified components are required to maintain certification Customer replaces “appliance” storage and/or network with pre-validated Enterprise Storage or Network SAP or Cisco first point of contact for solution support Customer owns solution support. SAP & Cisco provide component-level support Customer adopts new life cycle management capabilities for appliance Customer leverages existing storage investment in people, process and equipment Installed by Cisco or validated partner Installed by SAP HANA Certified self or SAP HANA Certified installation partner Note: TDI Network is in ramp. Must be accepted by SAP & Cisco
  • RULES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH SAP HANA TDI Server: Only servers listed in the SAP HANA Product Availability Matrix are supported. Storage: All storage devices must have successfully passed the hardware certification for SAP HANA. A list of storage resources certified for SAP HANA TDI can be found http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-48516. SAP HANA Installation: SAP Certified Technology Specialists must perform the installation. Cisco is certified to perform these installations. Customer: The SAP HANA TDI solution is owned and supported by the customer, end to end, including design, implementation, certification, and support. Cisco and its partners can help you through any or all of these phases with Cisco Advanced Services for SAP HANA TDI
  • Network Storage HANA WHY THE CONCERN? COMPARING – I/O BEHAVIOR SAP/RDBMS AND SAP/HANA Compute Network Storage RDBMS SAP App SAP transactions are processed New sales orders, customer/supplier Changes in company data is collected SAP update process sends commits for these data changes to RDBMS Network I/O as App communicates with DB RDBMS commits to disk the new data Database files are written Logs are written for rollback Storage I/O as DB server writes to disk Network Database tables and log volumes are updated SAP App Network SAP transactions are processed, queries are run. In many use cases, SAP is near real-time synchronizing various business data into HANA Network I/O as App and synch processes are continuously refreshing data Data commits are issued to memory HANA also has data calculation engines. This means data changes will occur at this layer and issue commits without delay from the App HANA logs these commits in memory to disk Storage I/O is generated, lots of it. HANA continuously logs data changes occurring in memory. Also, every 300 seconds, it is writing a server memory image to disk
  • Multiple potential use cases: • Utilize existing datacenter SAN • Multiple HANA production systems (hosting, cloud) • Utilize existing datacenter 10GB network • Run SAP HANA together with other applications on shared infrastructure HANA DEPLOYED AS TDI
  • CISCO HANA PORTFOLIO  Scale Economics: UCS chassis and fabric cost half as much in enterprise and cloud scale deployments *  Operational efficiency: Add capacity 77% faster with 67% fewer configuration steps ** • Cloud Readiness: Instant compatibility across Cisco’s ecosystem of Service Provider / Cloud Power partners • Management simplicity: Single orchestration interface across four pillars (compute, network, storage, multi-instance) • Consistency: Single family of building blocks across appliance, TDI and cloud deployment models Starter Scaleout 512G to 2TB Full Scale-Out for Private and Public Cloud 20 TB building block All-in-one Appliances 128-512 GB Application Orchestration (new) Databases Applications Sales Portal SAP BW, Business Suite, EC/BizX, LMS, OnDemand apps … Non-SAP databases Non-SAP applications SAP HANA platform, incorporating Sybase IQ & Hadoop SAP HANA Marketplace (new) Application Orchestratio n CIAC OS/VM Infrastructur e Managemen t UCS Director Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (new) Infrastructure Compute Storage Networking Nexus 5K to 9KUCS Cisco Cell Architecture Facilities Space, Power, Cooling, Operations, Location (national boundaries) Cloud Reference Architecture * Cisco internal comparison of HP and IBM systems scaling from a dozen to ninety-six blades ** Principled Technology study: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSSQfNt7SFk
  • YOU ARE NOT ALONE: CISCO CAN HELP Cisco and its partners can help you with some or all of an SAP HANA TDI deployment. Support offerings available from Cisco for SAP HANA TDI include:  Plan and design of the end-to-end SAP HANA solution including computing, virtualization, network, and SAN resources  Review of your existing SAP HANA solution design with recommendations for optimization  Implementation of the SAP HANA system and infrastructure components that comprise the end-to-end SAP HANA solution  Custom data load and extract-transform-load (ETL) services  Platform migration from your existing database platforms to SAP HANA  Rapid deployment services for operational reporting and cost and profitability analyses  Optimization of your SAP HANA system, including patches, upgrades, periodic health checks, and technology workshops to expand your SAP HANA system and discuss the deployment of new features: for example, disaster tolerance
  • CISCO DATA CENTER SOCIAL MAP  Twitter: @ciscoDC, #EMCWORLD  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: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cisco-data-center-and-cloud  Google +: http://goo.gl/irm4b
  • BACKUP
  • Cisco Confidential 20LE-40109-00 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • CISCO SUPPORTS ALL HANA DEPLOYMENT MODELS  Appliance Model – Pre-designed, validated and factory built SAP HANA solution  Tailored Data Center Integration (TDI) Model - Delivery model that provides the customer the flexibility to use existing infrastructure and operation processes/skill sets.  Cloud Model – Delivery model where customers use a HANA Hosted or “Infrastructure as a Service” Cloud Provider
  • HANA EVOLUTION Cisco portfolio covers the full spectrum DW/Analytics Business Suite Suite on HANA Customer Specific Applications Hadoop Integration Deployment Models 2. TDI • Shared Storage • Shared Networking • Shared/multi-instance 1. Dedicated Appliance Model On Premises Standardization Virtualized 3. Cloud Ref Arch • Enterprise • SP/GSI 2010 2012 Customer Use Cases 2014+ Hosted
  • SAP HANA TAILORED DATACENTER (TDI) Multiple potential use cases: • Utilize customer’s existing datacenter storage area network (SAN) • Support for multiple SAP HANA production systems within one Cisco UCS • Utilize customer’s existing datacenter 10GB Ethernet networking • Run SAP HANA together with other applications on shared infrastructure
  • SINGLE 40 NODE HANA CELL BUILDING BLOCK FOR SCALABILITY
  • L3 Domain L2 Domain 1 MULTI CELL / L2 DOMAIN / L3 DOMAIN WITH AUTOMATION Cell 1 N5K+UCS+40 B440 + Storage Cell 2 N5K+UCS+40 B440 + Storage Cell 3 Cell N L2 Domain N Cell 1 Cell 2 Cell 3 Cell N FW / Router UCDDirector Manage&Automate Networks Automation CIAC to manage and automate