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Storage teknologier og overvejelser ifm. interne vs. eksterne diske
Hør om de mange muligheder for at koble diske til Power, og hvad konsolidering af SAN på tværs af server-platforme medfører for en server med interne diske.

Palle Madsen, Techline Storage Specialist, IBM

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Storage teknologier, IBM Power Event

  1. 1. IBM System Storage IBM Storage overviewPalle Madsenpalma@dk.ibm.comTechlinie Competitive specialist © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. The demands placed on the data center have never been greater 32.6 million servers worldwide 1.2 Zetabytes (1.2 trillion 85% idle computer capacity gigabytes) exist in the “digital universe” 15% of servers run 24/7 without 50% YTY growth being actively used on a daily 25% of data is unique; basis 75% is a copy Between 2000 and 2010 Data centers have doubled their servers grew 6x (‘00-’10) energy use in the past five years storage grew 69x (‘00-’10) 18%increase in data center energy costs projected virtual machines grew 51% CAGR (‘04-’10) Internet connected devices Since 2000 security growing 42% per year vulnerabilities grew eightfold … while IT budgets are growing less than 1% per year.22 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. Inescapable Data Growth -- Client implications3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. Data continues to grow So does Capex required Capex available today…or “Must be reduced by X%” Understanding the business x at Ope issue Do you buy cheaper storage a at the cost of compromised D service levels? quired Capex Re Operating costs keep rising driven by more data to manage Capex Budget How can we manage this time time growth and risk with less Capex and Opex available?4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. Controlling storage cost Virtualised Up to 50% Saving Storage ATE € CO ST CO NSO LID GE O RA T LS Up to 25 times NA reduction in IG I De-dupe disk space OR UP BACK MENT STORAGE MANAGE Opex reduction SRM ARCHI VE Archive 30% disk storage reclamation efficiency5 time © 2011 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. Controlling storage cost IBM XIV VirtualisedIBM Storwize V7000 IBM SVC Storage ATE € CO ST CO NSO LID GE O RA T LS IBM INA De-dupe ProtecTIER IG UP OR BACK MENT STORAGE MANAGE Tivoli Productivity SRM Center ARCHI VE IBM Archive Information efficiency Archive6 time© 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. Storage efficiency strategies and best practices Stop storing so much Store more with what’s on the floor Move data to the right place7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. A set of essential technologies enables storage efficiency Stop storing so much Data Compression Data Deduplication Store more with what’s on the floor Storage Virtualization Thin Provisioning Move data to the right place Automated Tiering Automated Data Migration8 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. IBM Disk Storage Portfolio Mainframe, Hetero- Distributed, Open Systems Unified, NAS System i geneous DS8000 XIV SVC SONAS • Very large • Solution for mainframe, I, & • Next generation Storage • Block level performance and open systems platforms • Easy virtualized scalable virtualization TB demands • Disaster Recovery across 2 & • Open systems support of multiple • Integrated ILM 3 sites • All inclusive software vendor • All inclusive Enterprise • Secure encryption • Build in migration environment software Class • Continuous availability, no s, including downtime for upgrades IBM, EMC, • Extremely fast response times Hitachi, Sun, N series NetApp, HP and others • Combined NAS DS5000 Storwize V7000 (file) and SAN requirements • Next generation Storage • Simple two-site • Open systems • Easy virtualized scalable Midrange • Cost efficient high availability • Open systems environment support • Modular storage • Application • Modular storage affinity (Snap • Build in migration Manager) • Replication • Heterogeneous DS3500 gateway • Price Entry • Flexible interface • Modular storage9 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. The IBM Storwize V7000 has gotten off to a very fast start Over 4,500 Systems Over 100 PBs Over 10,000 total enclosures Over 2,500 customers (about 1/3 competitive or dormant customers) 10 References in September alone Over 40 WIN Flashes …all in less than one year!10 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. Storwize V7000 Highlights – Initial release V6.1 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2010 Enclosures contain up to twelve 3.5” or twenty-four 2.5” drives in just 2U Control enclosure: dual active-active controllers and drives; Expansion enclosure: drives only Up to nine expansion enclosures attach to one control enclosure Mix drive sizes and HDD/SSD in enclosure 2U Eight 8Gbps FC ports plus four 1Gbps iSCSI ports per system; 16GB cache per system Software inherited from prior offerings plus enhancements New advanced software functions Proven IBM software functionalities New GUI (easy-to-use, web based) Easy Tier (dynamic HDD/SSD management) RAS services and diagnostics RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 Additional host, controller and ISV interoperability Storage virtualization (internal and external disks) Integration with IBM Systems Director Non-disruptive data migration Global & Metro Mirror Enhancements to TPC, FCM and TSM support FlashCopy up to 256 copies of each volume Thin provisioning11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. For Clients Who Need Efficiency EFFICIENCY Thin provisioning Dynamic More productive use of growth available storage. Across all supported host platforms. Without thin provisioning, pre-allocated With thin provisioning, applications can space is reserved whether the grow dynamically, but only consume space Improve storage utilization by application uses it or not. they are actually using. IBM Easy Tier SSD Management HDDs Busiest data extents are SSDs HDDs SSDs identified and automatically Automatic relocated to highest Relocation performing Solid-state Disks Remaining data extents can take advantage of higher capacity, price optimized Hot-spots due to poor data layout. Optimized performance and throughput. disks12 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Why are FlashCopy useful for backup? Faster backups without taking applications off-line –Minimize downtime Faster recovery time (RTO) Easier to realize more recovery points (RPO) Minimal down-time of applications13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. Solution OverviewApplication FlashCopy Manager System Online, near instant Online, near instant Local Application Snapshot snapshot backups snapshot backups Data Versions with minimal with minimal Snapshot performance impact performance impact Backup Sn a Re psho sto t re High performance, High performance, near instant restore near instant restore capability capability For IBM Storage Storage Manager 6 Integrated with IBM Integrated with IBM With Optional Storage Hardware Storwize Storage Hardware TSM Backup SVC XIV Integration Simplified Simplified DS8000 deployment deployment DS 3/4/5* *VSS Integration14 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. Storwize V7000 Highlights – v6.2 Enhancements 2Q 2011 2Q 2011 Enclosures contain up to twelve 3.5” or twenty-four 2.5” drives in just 2U Control enclosure: dual active-active controllers and drives; Expansion enclosure: drives only Announce May 9, 2011 Up to nine expansion enclosures attach to one control enclosure Availability June 10, 2011 Mix drive sizes and HDD/SSD in enclosure Eight 8Gbps FC ports plus four 1Gbps iSCSI ports per system; 16GB cache per system 2U 10Gb iSCSI host attachment models – new system purchases or upgrades Additional drives: SFF 146GB-15K rpm Software inherited from prior offerings plus enhancements New advanced software functions Proven IBM software functionalities New GUI (easy-to-use, web based) Easy Tier (dynamic HDD/SSD management) RAS services and diagnostics RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 Additional host, controller and ISV interoperability Storage virtualization (internal and external disks) Integration with IBM Systems Director Non-disruptive data migration Global & Metro Mirror Enhancements to TPC, FCM and TSM support FlashCopy up to 256 copies of each volume VMware vCenter Mgmt and VAAI API support Thin provisioning 2-way control enclosure clustering Real time performance statistics in GUI15 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  16. 16. Start Small and Grow Easily Scale Up Scale Out Easily add up to 9 expansion Cluster with another Storwize enclosures V7000 Expand capacity up to 240TB Expand capacity up to 480TB Grow BigStart smallOne 24-bay control enclosure Grow16 Bigger © 2011 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. Storwize V7000 Highlights – 2H 2011 Enhancements 4Q 2011 4Q 2011 Enclosures contain up to twelve 3.5” or twenty-four 2.5” drives in just 2U Control enclosure: dual active-active controllers and drives; Expansion enclosure: drives only Up to nine expansion enclosures attach to one control enclosure Mix drive sizes and HDD/SSD in enclosure Eight 8Gbps FC ports plus four 1Gbps iSCSI ports per system; 16GB cache per system 10Gb iSCSI host attachment models 2U Additional drives: SFF 146GB-15K rpm, Additional drives: SFF 300GB-15K, 1TB NL-SAS, 200/400GB SSDs, and LFF 3TB NL-SAS Software inherited from prior offerings plus enhancements Advanced Software Functions Proven IBM software functionalities VMware vCenter Mgmt and VAAI API support Easy Tier (dynamic HDD/SSD management) Real time performance statistics in GUI RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 Option for Unified Storage – NFS/CIFS together Storage virtualization (internal and external disks) with FC/iSCSI block Non-disruptive data migration Mirroring enhancements – Low Bandwidth and Global & Metro Mirror Storwize V7000-SVC Mirroring FlashCopy up to 256 copies of each volume Active Cloud Engine™ Thin provisioning17 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. Greater Flexibility for Remote Mirror Replication to Virtually Any Storage Global Mirror or Metro Mirror Storwize V7000 remote mirror now supports replication to/from IBM SAN Volume Controller systems Enables use of any storage supported by SVC as replication target for Storwize V7000 – Over 130 different disk systems from all major vendors Provides new options to create a V7000 backup site for SVC customers18 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. Greater Flexibility for Remote Mirror Balance Remote Data Currency With Network Bandwidth Cost Remote Copy Remote Copy Primary Secondary Background Copy Regular FlashCopy Regular Host snapshot Requires less link I/O FlashCopy bandwidth snapshot Guarantees a consistent copy Storwize V7000 remote replication delivers very high data currency at remote site but requires network bandwidth to support this currency New Global Mirror option makes regular copies of data at primary location and transmits them to secondary location User can select frequency of these copies, which determines network bandwidth required and data currency19 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. Block I/O and File I/O Applications/data types that typically reside in files: – Rich Media (pictures, videos, seismic data, medical imaging, etc.) – VOD, AOD, IPTV – Analytics (SAS grid) – ECM (Enterprise Content Management – e.g., web stores) – Research Data Sets – User files (documents, etc.) – PLM/PDM (Product Lifecycle/Data Management) – Virtualized Environments (VMware client-driven deployment) Applications/data types that typically reside in block stores: – RDBMS (Oracle, SQL Server, DB2) – Analytics (stream processing) – OLTP – Metadata Layers (component of content management) – Email (MS Exchange, Notes) – Virtualization Stacks (VMware: VDI, VMDK implementations; HyperV; Citrix Xen)20 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. IBM Storwize V7000 Unified21 © 2010 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential until announcement
  22. 22. Storwize V7000 Unified Announce October 12, 2011 4Q 2011 4Q 2011 What it is… Availability November 30, 2011 Unified storage system with tightly integrated management for both block and file capabilities V7000 Unified Support for NFS/CIFS/FTP/HTTPS/SCP file protocols in addition to existing block protocols (iSCSI 6U and FCP) V7000 Unified File replication and snapshots for business continuity and disaster recovery in addition to existing block functions Why It Matters… • Convergence of even more workloads into one Storwize V7000 system for greater storage efficiency • Enables consolidation of multiple stand-alone file servers to reduce management effort • Straightforward upgrade path for installed Storwize V7000 systems • Enables deployment of a broad set of applications from within a single storage system, especially in shared storage environments22 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  23. 23. Introduction 2 * 1GbE 2 * 10GbE 4 * 8G FC 4 * 1GbE 2 * 10GbE 2 * 1GbE Management, NFS, CIFS FCP iSCSI, Mngmt. Management, NFS, CIFS 2 * 1GbE V7000 File Module V7000 File Module 2073-700 2073-700 2 * 10GbE 2 * 10GbE iSCSI iSCSI 2 * 8G FC V7000 Controller enclosure 2 * 8G FC 2076-xxx 2U, 12/24 drives 2 * 4x 6G SAS 2 * 4x 6G SAS V7000 Expansion enclosure 7000 Expansion enclosure 0-4 * 2U, 12/24 drives 0-5 * 2U, 12/24 drives 2076-2xx 2076-2xx23 23 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  24. 24. Storwize V7000 Unified Based on highly successful Storwize V7000 block storage system Fully integrated user interface for block and file data simplifies management – Not a “unified” launcher for two different interfaces Simple USB key based initial setup: extends successful Storwize V7000 approach IBM Active Cloud Engine™ technology delivers automated storage efficiency capabilities – True policy-based management of files – With user-defined policies Built-in IBM Tivoli Storage Manager client simplifies backup to TSM server – Support for NDMP enables use of third-party backup clients24 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  25. 25. Storwize V7000 Unified Initial Setup25 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  26. 26. 26 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  27. 27. New Easy-to-Use Graphical User Interface Hides Complexity Based on the well-received XIV interface Getting Started Function Icons System recommendations Visual task flow guidance Integrated video instruction System status always available Link to more information if needed27 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  28. 28. Storage pools may be Storage pools may be used for both block and used for both block and file workloads file workloads File Management File Management Integrated into Integrated into Navigation Navigation File storage File storage management management completely integrated completely integrated28 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  29. 29. IBM Active Cloud Engine provides storage efficiency via automated policy driven file management IBM Active Cloud Engine provides the capability to automatically manage multiple storage pools for files: • Internal storage pools (SAS, SATA) • External storage pools (TAPE) IBM Active Cloud Engine provides: • Initial placement • Movement between pools • Enforce a global storage hierarchy Capability to move files into external Tivoli Storage Manager-managed storage pools, and recall it on demand • over 650+ devices supported! High performance Active Cloud Engine can do this at scale29 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  30. 30. Storwize® V7000 Release History V6.1 (Oct. 2010) V6.2 (May 2011) V6.3 (Oct. 2011) Further extending IBM’s leadership A powerful, scalable mid-range storage offering built from position in Storage Efficiency by adding proven, best-of-breed core technologies – SVC, EasyTier, powerful new converged storage Value capabilities. Helping our customers Proposition and the innovative XIV GUI. Designed to help our clients evolve from Storage Efficiency to maximize storage efficiency by driving higher quality storage Storage Optimization, and lay the services at lower sustained cost. foundation for flexible, cost-effective high performance cloud storage. Up to twelve 3.5” or twenty-four 2.5” V6.1 + V6.2 + drives in just 2U Dual active-active controllers and drives 10Gb iSCSI host attachment models – Additional drives: SFF 300GB-15K, Up to nine expansion enclosures attach new system purchases or upgrades 1TB NL-SAS, 200/400GB SSDs, and per one control enclosure Additional drives: SFF 146GB-15K RPM LFF 3TB NL-SAS Mix drive sizes and HDD/SSD in VMware vCenter Mgmt and VAAI API enclosure support Option for Unified Storage – NFS/CIFS Eight 8Gbps FC ports plus four 1Gbps 2-way control enclosure clustering together with FC/iSCSI block iSCSI ports per system; 16GB cache per Real time performance statistics in GUI system Mirroring enhancements – Low Easy Tier (dynamic HDD/SSD Bandwidth and Storwize V7000-SVC Features management) Mirroring RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 Storage virtualization (internal and Active Cloud Engine™ external disks) Non-disruptive data migration Global & Metro Mirror FlashCopy: up to 256 copies of each volume V7000 Unified Thin provisioning New GUI (easy-to-use, web based) RAS services and diagnostics V7000 Unified Integration with IBM Systems Director30 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  31. 31. >>> IBM Confidential until Oct. 12, 2011 <<< © 2011 IBM Corporation31

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