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  • Welcome
  • EMC VPLEX enables Active/Active distributed DCs.VPLEX is a storage virtualization solution. There are many virtualization solutions in the market place today, however the key differentiator is that VPLEX was designed from day one to enable multi-site storage virtualization. VPLEX is a hardware and software solution that can be used to create an abstraction layer between hosts and storage arrays. From a storage perspective VPLEX looks like a host and you can present Physical LUNs from the storage array to VPLEX. From a host perspective VPLEX looks like a storage array and you present virtual LUNs from VPLEX to the host. By breaking the link between the host and the physical storage array it enables storage virtualization use cases like non disruptive data mobility across array. In the context of the conversation, it is possible to take another datacenter, with another physical storage array and a completely separate, resilient VPLEX cluster. The VPLEX Clusters can then be federated together. Federation is the process of creating a communication path between the VPLEX clusters. This can be done over FC or IP, however the RTT between the DCs must be lest than 5ms and there must be enough bandwidth to sustain synchronous replication. You do not need to merge fabrics between sites.Once federated it is possible to create a distributed virtual volume. This of the distributed virtual volume a bit like a RAID 1 mirror, reads and writes can occur at both sites and VPLEX consistently mirrors the data across storage arrays. One advantage of this architecture is that it enables 100% storage availability. In the event of a problem with an array, there is not requirement to fail application from site A to site. Read and writes continue to be served from either VPLEX cache or the remote array.The key consideration in regard to distributed virtual volumes is that they have exactly the same storage and LUN identifiers across both sites and are concurrently RW accessible. Why is that important..
  • EMC VPLEX enables Active/Active distributed DCs.VPLEX is a storage virtualization solution. There are many virtualization solutions in the market place today, however the key differentiator is that VPLEX was designed from day one to enable multi-site storage virtualization. VPLEX is a hardware and software solution that can be used to create an abstraction layer between hosts and storage arrays. From a storage perspective VPLEX looks like a host and you can present Physical LUNs from the storage array to VPLEX. From a host perspective VPLEX looks like a storage array and you present virtual LUNs from VPLEX to the host. By breaking the link between the host and the physical storage array it enables storage virtualization use cases like non disruptive data mobility across array. In the context of the conversation, it is possible to take another datacenter, with another physical storage array and a completely separate, resilient VPLEX cluster. The VPLEX Clusters can then be federated together. Federation is the process of creating a communication path between the VPLEX clusters. This can be done over FC or IP, however the RTT between the DCs must be lest than 5ms and there must be enough bandwidth to sustain synchronous replication. You do not need to merge fabrics between sites.Once federated it is possible to create a distributed virtual volume. This of the distributed virtual volume a bit like a RAID 1 mirror, reads and writes can occur at both sites and VPLEX consistently mirrors the data across storage arrays. One advantage of this architecture is that it enables 100% storage availability. In the event of a problem with an array, there is not requirement to fail application from site A to site. Read and writes continue to be served from either VPLEX cache or the remote array.The key consideration in regard to distributed virtual volumes is that they have exactly the same storage and LUN identifiers across both sites and are concurrently RW accessible. Why is that important..
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    • 1. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.EMC World Las VegasTransform Cloud AutomationCo-Sponsored by Intel®
    • 2. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.vCloud Automation w/ Cisco IACCiscoUCS ManagerCloudContentPre-BuiltforPortalandAutomationvCD REST APICisco Intelligent Automation for CloudSelf-Service Portal, Orchestration, and AutomationPolicy-basedComputePolicy-basedNetworkPolicy-basedStorage Query, add, modify, and delete vCD objects Manage Organizations, Networks, and vCDs Composing vApps from templates Managing and reconfiguring vApps and VMs CloudSync synchronizes portal service item data with live data from vCloud Director objectsvCloud DirectorWith Intel® Xeon® processor
    • 3. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.OTV/LISPLocation of Compute Resources is Transparent to the UserIP MobilityLISPMulti-tenancySegment-IDs in LISP,FabricPath, and OTVOTV/LISPWorkload MobilityAppOSAppOSAppOSAppOSvSwitchAppOSvSwitchAppOS
    • 4. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.OTV/LISPSimplifies Layer 2 Data Center InterconnectIP MobilityLISPMulti-tenancySegment-IDs in LISP,FabricPath, and OTVL2 Domain ElasticityvPC, FabricPath/TRILL,OTV LAN extensionsOTV OTVOTVOTVvSwitchAppOSOTVOTVvSwitchAppOSOTV/LISPLAN Extension – OTV, VPLSWorkload MobilityAppOSAppOSAppOSAppOS
    • 5. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.OTV/LISPNexus 7000 Enhances L2 and L3 VirtualizationIP MobilityLISPMulti-tenancySegment-IDs in LISP,FabricPath, and OTVL2 Domain ElasticityvPC, FabricPath/TRILL,OTV LAN extensionsDevice VirtualizationVDCs, VRF enhancements,MPLS VPNVM-awarenessVN-LINK, Port ProfilesOTVOTV OTVOTVOTVvSwitchAppOSOTVOTVvSwitchAppOSOTV/LISPLAN Extension – OTV, VPLSWorkload MobilityAppOSAppOSAppOSAppOSVN-linknotifications
    • 6. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.Converged InfrastructureSingle ProductSingle Point of ManagementSingle Point of SupportVCE Vblock™ SystemWith Intel® Xeon® processor
    • 7. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.Hypervisorx86 ServerNetworkStorageUCS BladesNexus & MDSVNX, VNXe & VMAXvSphereBest of Breed TechnologyVCE Vblock™ SystemWith Intel® Xeon® processor
    • 8. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.AccessAnywhere™ enabled by: Distributed virtual volumesEMC VPLEX Provides sharedstorage concurrently Simplifies high availabilityand disaster recoverydesign and operations Enables 100%storage availabilityDatacenter AActive Failure DomainDatacenter BActive Failure DomainACTIVE ACTIVE< 5 ms RTTVPLEXWitnessLUN2PLUN1PLUN2PLUN1PLUN1V Distributed Virtual Volume
    • 9. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. 10With Intel® Xeon® processor
    • 10. Visit Cisco Booth 401Twitter: @ciscoDCFacebook.com/CiscoDCVideo: http://www.youtubecisco.com/datacenterCisco blog: http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenterSlideshare: http://slideshare.com/CiscoDataCenterIn Collaboration with Intel®Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon and Xeon inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and othercountries.
    • 11. © Copyright 2013 Cisco, EMC Corporation, and VCE.All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.Thank You

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