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PCTY 2012, Tivoli Storage Strategi og Portfolio Update v. Greg Tevis

  1. 1. IBM Tivoli StorageOverview and StrategyGreg Tevis – Tivoli Storage TechnicalStrategyOptimizing the World’s InfrastructureMay 22, Copenhagen© 2012 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Please note:• IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion.• Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision.• The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion.• Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the users job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here. 2
  3. 3. Agenda• IBM Tivoli Storage Strategy• IBM Tivoli Storage Cloud Strategy• Tivoli Storage Portfolio Updates – TSM family – Tivoli Storage Productivity Center (TPC) – SAN Volume Controller (SVC) – Virtual Storage Center 3
  4. 4. Tivoli Storage Software Strategy Protect the Information Infrastructure – TSM Suite for Unified Recovery & Retention File systems, unstructured data, DB, Email, other applications Mobile, laptops, servers, virtual servers, cloud computing platforms, etc Mobile office -> remote/small office -> data center Always on data protection Network Optimize, Virtualize and Manage the Storage Infrastructure – Virtual Storage Center Virtual Storage Center Servers and virtual servers Storage networks Heterogeneous storage Always on storage infrastructureTransform customer environments to Next Generation Storage operations 4
  5. 5. Virtualize and manage the complete infrastructure For a flexible integrated system… For a scalable cloud solution... For a truly virtualized environment… …you need Virtualized Storage “Heterogeneous storage VMControl virtualization devices can consolidate a diverse PureSystems Management Node Infrastructure Virtual Server End to End Manage storage infrastructure around a common access, management and provisioning point, and offer a bridge from Storage Control traditional storage Virtual Storage Midrange Infrastructure PureFlex Enterprise Storwize V7000 SAN Volume Controller infrastructures to a Storage End to End Manage Node private cloud storage environment.”Source: Gartner, Use Heterogeneous Storage Virtualization as a a Bridge to the Cloud, Doc #G00214958, August 2011 5
  6. 6. Tivoli Storage is evolving Smarter Storage SystemsWhere we are works… …but we have to get Smarter Integrated Service Management Dramatically improved Time to Value, Ease of Use, and enhanced consumabilityStorage operations are labor intensive Greatly improved service levelsStorage capacity needs are Extreme scalability and performance growing faster than budgets Automation and predictive analyticsClients are demanding better Reduced costs through data reduction, service virtualization and optimizationsStorage solutions are Portfolio integration becoming Smarter -> Unified recovery management Consolidated server/network/storage management Extension and enablement of technology for alternative delivery methods like cloud 6
  7. 7. IBM TivoliStorage Cloud Strategy
  8. 8. Organizations are rapidly moving beyond virtualizationto higher value stages of Cloud Computing Cloud focuses on eased service consumption & management Consumption based metering and dynamic capacity optimization Virtualization underpins Cloud End-to-end real time monitoring and optimization Business service catalogs & self service Service delivery automation Virtualization management – server and storage 8
  9. 9. Tivoli Storage Cloud Strategy Tivoli Storage has the right technologies for the IT evolutionary path: Partner backup portals Capacity based Unified Recovery Suite Cloud instrumentation SmartCloud Entry for StorageDynamic, virtualized and optimized storage infrastructure Virtual Storage Center 9
  10. 10. Dynamic Storage for Cloud Compute Clouds and other virtualized server environments Platform as a Service Technologies Appli Applic Applic Appli Inte catio ation ation cation grati n Resour Enviro on Lifec ycle ces nment Infrastructure as a Service s geme Mana Other Technologies Compute Clouds Virtual Server nt Infrast ructur Manageme nt Availabili ty and Security and Usage and Environments e and Performa Complianc Accountin Platfor Administrat nce e g m IBM SmartCloud ion Productivity Center Tivoli Storage Midrange Enterprise Storwize V7000 SAN Volume Controller Manage Virtual Storage Infrastructure Virtual Storage Center IBM Virtual Storage Center provides ideal storage infrastructure for Cloud 10
  11. 11. Possible Future CapabilitySmartCloud Entry for Storage SmartCloud Entry for Storage (Software virtual appliance)• Easy to deploy, simple to use, self service cloud portal for provisioning, monitoring, and reporting Required elements that could already• Provisions storage from Storwize V7000 Unified and SoNAS exist at customer Common NAS Stack SmartCloud Entry for Storage Authentication Server (LDAP, AD) TPC 5.1 SONAS Storwize V7000 Unified 11
  12. 12. Tivoli Storage ManagerComprehensive Cloud Based Data Protection TSM Cloud Strategy TSM Cloud Packaging, Pricing and Partner Program TSM to the Cloud TSM as the Backup / Disaster Recovery Cloud TSM as the Data Protection Service for Compute Clouds TSM Suite for Unified RecoverySmartCloud Managed A bundled offering Backup delivering comprehensive Platform as a Service Technologies data protection with simplified acquisition,TSM Business Cloud Portal Applicati on Application Applicatio n Applicatio n Integrati on deployment, and A cloud delivery model for TSM Lifecycle Resources Environme nts Managem ent management Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastruct Management Availability Security and Usage and ure and and Compliance Accounting Platform Administration Performance IBM SmartCloud Foundation Backed up by IBM TSM Accelerator for Resilience A new partner program to support Managed Service Providers (MSP) who run their data 12 protection services with TSM
  13. 13. TSM to the CloudRemote or Data Public Capacity Cloud Center Sites Storage Provider Amazon, AT&T, Atmos, Nirvanix, OpenStack, Rackspace, Azure, etc. Data Center ra rs .) tc t e ne ,e , C art ed P rb ud ive lo (R a C TSM Clients Vi Backup / Restore Traffic Node Replication TSM Backup / Disaster Recovery Cloud TSM Clients 13
  14. 14. TSM as the Backup / Disaster Recovery Cloud Service Providers Backup Management Backup / Restore Cloud Web Portal Cloud Provider Data Center, Public or Private Cloud • OEM Branding • Administration of clients, partners, e stor backup / Re ku p ic • Management Bac Traff reporting, billing Customer Site WAN / LAN TSM Clients 14
  15. 15. TSM Business Cloud Portal• The Vision – Bring the TSM Enterprise solution down in market – Deliver TSM as a service to small and medium sized companies – Build in business functionality – Secure a fast and effective business model for bringing TSM to market• The Solution – TSM Portal in the Cloud – Built in OEM Partner channel setup through a network of partners and resellers – Not a technical tool – but a business solution on top of TSM 15
  16. 16. TSM as the Data Protection Service for Compute Clouds Foundation Current Capabilities Platform as a Service Technologies•IBM SmartCloud Acceleratorfor Resilience Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration•Service delivery integrated Infrastructure as a Service Technologieswith service backup (TSM)and storage management(Storage hypervisor) Infrastructure Management Availability and Security and Usage and Platform and Administration Performance Compliance Accounting Virtual Storage Center TSM Higher utilization, data mobility, and Simplified management of backup and simplified management across restore of virtual machines and data heterogeneous tiers of storage storage systems in the Cloud Other Compute Clouds 16
  17. 17. Tivoli Storage PortfolioUpdates - TSM
  18. 18. TSM Family in 2011Data Reduction Scalability TSM for Space Management enhancements for  Tested internally with 4 billion objects efficient data movement between storage pools.  Multi stream TSM DB backup and restore Setting deduplication object size thresholds, more efficient deduplication.  Journal based backup for Linux clientsVirtualization vCenter UI to manage TSM for VE and Flashcopy Platform and Application Coverage Manager  TSM for z/OS media bring TSM 6.x capabilities to Support VMware datastores backups through z/OS Flashcopy Manager  vSphere 5.0 Support for FCM and TSM for VE Hyper-V backups that leverage hardware snapshots  Flashcopy Manager – HP-UXUser Experience  Flashcopy Manager - custom applications and New MMC interface for MS SQL and MS Exchange filesystems support for Windows TSM automatic client updates (for non-Windows) Cognos reporting engine, Install, configure and use Licensing reporting and monitoring within 2 hours  TSM Suite for Unified Recovery (SUR) – capacity Microsoft Windows client configuration wizard based licensing, benefit from smart dataDisaster Recovery management and data reduction TSM native replication Incremental and deduped data movement protects Unified Recovery Management bandwidth  Protect VMware environments with FCM and TSM for VE transparently moving data from hardware snapshots to disk to tape Highlights 18
  19. 19. 2H 2012TSM 6.x Highlights• Complex password management – LDAP, Active Directory• NetApp enhanced support: – Maintain vFilers as separate TSM nodes – More robust SnapDiff handling of snapshots when using SnapMirror• DP for VMWare – reporting• VMWare enhancements – Incremental forever – Enhanced usability – improved VM backup reporting, more granular control, backup multiple VMs in parallel – Support VMs contained in vApps – Support backup and recovery of VM templates support – Numerous FlashCopy Manager improvements for VMWare (virtual RDM volumes, just in time import of VSS snapshots, etc)• Backup configuration wizard• Enhanced reporting (smaller install, new reports)• TSM HSM enhancements• Enhancements for SQL (denali support) and Exchange support (remove server affinitiy) 19
  20. 20. TSM Next Generation User Interface 20
  21. 21. Tivoli Storage PortfolioUpdates - TPC 21
  22. 22. Tivoli Storage Productivity Center – End to End ManagementWhat You Need to Manage TPC Can Help Start Here and Grow Servers Basic Edition TPC for Data • ESX servers  Heterogeneous DB, Host, file system • Apps, DB’s, file systems storage & file-level capacity • Volume managers  Health monitoring analytics • Host bus adaptors  Capacity mgmt. Advanced analytics • Virtual HBAs  Provisioning for actual disk usage • Multi-path drivers  Fabric management Automated archiving Standard Edition  FlashCopy Storage Networks All this and more… All from a Central Advanced SAN Planning • Switches & Directors Management and provisioning based • Virtual devices Console on best practices TPC for Disk Proactive configuration Storage Performance mgmt. change management Trend analysis Performance optimization • Multi-vendor storage Complete SAN fabric • Storage array provisioning performance mgmt. • Virtualization / Vol. mapping Integrated Install • Block + NAS, VMFS Pre-loaded • Tape libraries Appliance Replication System • FlashCopy Storage TPC for Replication • Metro Mirror DR & Business Continuity • Metro Global Mirror Productivity Applications & Storage 22 Center Hyperswap Mgmt. 22
  23. 23. Tivoli Storage Productivity Center in 2011 Great year overall  Started slow – ended with a bang Price Reduction in May  35% reduction for TPC for Data, TPC Standard Edition Introduction of Storage Tiering Reports, TPC Select, XIV Support Enhancements  TPC Select – Enclosure pricing for TPC SE function  XIV Support  Select Pricing  Replication support  Advanced Analytics Support  Storage Tiering Reports  Tiering and relative performance comparisons for virtualized volumes 23
  24. 24. IBM positioned as a Leader in Magic Quadrant: StorageResource Management and SAN Management Software SRM and storage area network tools enable customers to manage shared storage environments. These fully featured, integrated and user-friendly tools are offered as solutions ranging from the holistic to the specialist, for customers with a broad range of maturity levels and requirements. Magic Quadrant for Storage Resource Management and SAN Management Software Valdis Filks, Gene Ruth March 27, 2012 (G00232275) This graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research document and should be evaluated in the context of the entire document. The Gartner document is available upon request from IBM. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartners research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 2424
  25. 25. TPC 5.x Highlights• Fully integrated & Web-based GUI – Based on Storwize/XIV success• TCR/Cognos-based Reporting & Analytics• Enhanced management for virtual environments• Tiered Storage Optimization• Smart Business Storage Cloud• Simplified packaging 25
  26. 26. TPC GUI Before & After Example: Servers for IBM DS8000Storage DeviceGUI Before & After example: Servers for IBM DS8000 Storage Device Legacy GUI … Complex text-based navigation. User needs to hunt through multiple pages TPC GUI will have same to find internal and external resources. look and feel as other IBM storage offerings such as XIV and Storwize Breadcrumb trail for V7000 location awareness New GUI… Uncluttered workspace showing related resources & health. Simplified icon- based navigation Internal and external resources available from one place 266 IBM Confidential
  27. 27. What Customers are saying about TPC 5.1E-Storage – “By using TPC, you know what is happening in your storageenvironment: - Capacity - Performance- Changes - So you are in control!”Meridian IT – “TPC allows me to determine the health of a large environment atmy fingertips. The new Web interface give me health status quickly.”Mark III Systems – “IBM TPC 5.1’s new GUI rocks!!”UNUM Group – “With the new GUI and Dashboard view you are able to quicklyidentify areas of your storage architecture that need your attention… What usedto take me hours now takes me minutes”Tyson – “Able to survey overall SAN health in half the time. Dashboard viewallows for an effective and easy way to quickly check the overall health of yourstorage environment. ..new GUI definitely a step in the right direction… 27
  28. 28. MIGRATION: TPC License / EntitlementTPC 4.2 TPC 5.1 GA TPC 5.1 MaintTPC Basic Edition TPC Basic EditionTPC for Disk Select TPC Select (G33)TPC for DiskTPC for Replication TPC (F93)2-siteTPC for Replication3-siteTPC for Data SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center (F92)TPC Standard Edition (fomerly: TPC Advanced)TPC Select 28
  29. 29. TPC Function Comparisons Virtual Storage Center* 5.1 (F92) (TPC Advanced)* Virtual Storage Center also includes entitlement to use of SVC and FlashCopy Manager 29
  30. 30. TPC and PureSystems• TPC provides storage management capabilities equivalent to TPC Basic Edition to PureSystems• TPC is core component of Systems Director Storage Control – “Headless” version of TPC is imbedded into Systems Director – Director provides user interface and accesses APIs to TPC – Intended to manage storage and storage network within a PureSystem environment• Customers can install a full version of TPC and manage multiple instances of PureSystems, along with the rest of the storage environment 30
  31. 31. Tivoli Storage PortfolioUpdates - SVC 31
  32. 32. SAN Volume Controller Embedded RACE Compression What this is  IBM recently acquired the company known as Storwize Host (that name has now been applied to the new IBM system Storwize V7000) which produced appliances that sit in front of NAS (network-attached storage) arrays and compress data being written to the array, using Host Lempel-Ziv algorithms in its Random Access I/O Compression Engine (RACE). Volume as seen  This RACE technology will be embedded into our code by Host 100 GB to provide the same compression capabilities for block storage RACE Compression Storwize Layer in Storwize V7000 or SVC V7000 / SVC code Why it matters Actual host data  written to disk drives 40 GB Growing customer data demands more disk space (without compression) and drives up the cost of storage in the data center  The RACE engine, which can achieve upwards of 50 per cent data reduction, allows customers to Actual space used on disk drives after 20 GB reduce the amount of disk required for their data RACE compression 32
  33. 33. SVC - Non-Disruptive Volume Move Across I/O Groups What this is  Allows SVC customers to move a Volume assigned to one I/O group over to another I/O group without disruption to the I/O between the Volume and the host  Non-disruptive movement of the Volume requires Host interaction with the host and its multi-pathing I/O configuration to ensure paths are active and available during the migration 1. Multi-path I/O 3. Active paths to to Volumes relocated Volumes Why it matters 2. Volume Move  Growing SVC environments or even performance considerations require movement of Volumes to other I/O groups better equipped to meet the SVC node SVC node customer’s needs SVC node SVC node  Automate movement of Volumes when appropriate, I/O group B such as based on TPC’s Storage Optimizer outputs I/O group A 33 Back
  34. 34. Tivoli Storage Portfolio Updates –Virtual Storage Center 34
  35. 35. IBM SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center• IBM SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center is both a storage virtualization platform (IBM SAN Volume Controller) and storage virtualization management (IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center advanced analytics tier)• IBM SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center provides simplified management and non-disruptive data mobility across heterogeneous tiers of storage• IBM SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center stretched-cluster provides data access and mobility between two physical datacenters IBM Storage hypervisor Storage hypervisor stretched-cluster Use with VMware vMotion or Server Cluster 1 Server Cluster 1 Server Cluster 2 PowerVM Live Partition Mobility enables transparent migration of Virtual volume Stretched virtual volume virtual machines and their corresponding applications and data over distance Data center 1 Data center 2 Application and data mobility … and datacenters across vendors, tiers, … (up to 300k apart) Application-integrated data protection, … and mobility-driven disaster avoidance cluster-integrated disaster recovery, … Integrated virtual datacenter management With IBM PowerVM With VMware vSphere IBM Director VMControl and Storage Control vCenter plug-in, vStorage API’s (VAAI, VADP, SRM) 35
  36. 36. IBM’s Virtual Storage Center – An optimized and virtualizedstorage infrastructure, ideal for virtual server and cloud environments VMControl Manage Virtual Server IBM Systems Director IBM Systems Director Infrastructure Tivoli Storage Productivity Storage Hypervisor Virtual Storage Infrastructure (SAN Volum Controller) e Manage Center • Virtual Storage Platform - SAN Volume Controller • Virtual Storage Platform Management - Tivoli (think VMware vSphere or IBM PowerVM) Storage Productivity Center (think VMware vCenter) – Common device driver - iSCSI or FC host attach – Manageability – Common capabilities • Integrated SAN-wide Management with Tivoli Storage • I/O caching and cross-site cache coherency Productivity Center • Thin provisioning • Integrated IBM server and storage management (Systems • Easy Tier automated tiering to Solid-state Disks Director Storage Control) • Snapshot (FlashCopy) – Replication • Mirroring (Synchronous and Asynchronous) • Application integrated FlashCopy – Data mobility • DR automation • Transparent data migration among arrays and across tiers – High Availability • Snapshot and mirroring across arrays and tiers • Stretch Cluster HA 36
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