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  • 1. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem Storage IBM XIV Storage System series Storage reinvented: Powerful, virtualized, easy-to- manage enterprise storage for a dynamic world As the planet becomes smarter—more instrumented, interconnected and Highlights intelligent—your business is collecting a staggering amount of informa- tion. Your employees, partners and customers depend on that data—in ● A revolutionary, proven high-end disk fact, business success today requires having the ability to store all this storage system designed for data growth and unmatched ease of use information securely and reliably and access it speedily whenever needed, for enhanced decision-making. Having the right storage is key to an IT ● Consistent high performance without infrastructure that enables growth. Your ultimate aim is to find a solution hotspots, enabled through massive parallelism and self-tuning that meets high-end requirements for performance, reliability and flexi- bility while keeping storage costs and complexity to a minimum. ● Extra performance boost option through up to 6 TB of management-free solid state drive (SSD) caching The IBM® XIV® Storage System series supports these contrasting goals. Proven, high-end disk storage used by thousands of enterprise ● High reliability and availability via full redundancy, self-healing and unprece- organizations worldwide, XIV design is the result of listening to cus- dented rebuild speed tomers and addressing their storage challenges across the broadest spec- trum of business applications. The XIV series offers highly affordable ● Low TCO enabled by high-density storage, simplified planning, cost-free storage suitable for even the most demanding workloads, providing features and low-touch management consistent tier 1 high performance and high reliability at tier 2 costs. ● Virtualized storage, easy provisioning Never compromising performance for reliability, the XIV grid architec- and flexibility for optimized virtual envi- ture deploys massive parallelism to allocate system resources evenly at all ronments and cloud services times and scale seamlessly, without the need for complex, time-consuming tuning and configuration.
  • 2. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageA recognized leader in storage manageability, the XIV Storage (SVC), IBM Storwize® V7000 and IBM Tivoli® products.System sets a new standard for ease of use by automating most Customers also benefit from industry-leading IBM 24×7 globaltasks and providing an exceptionally intuitive user interface. It support and service.also offers “anytime, anywhere” monitoring via the IBM XIVMobile Dashboard, supporting the Apple iPhone® and Apple IBM offers several XIV storage system models, all based on theiPad®. The XIV architecture enables performance to grow same proven XIV architecture and simple, cost-effective pricingwith capacity and tightly meshes with cloud technologies for approach that includes all functionality with the system softwareeven greater agility in meeting business needs. at no extra charge: ● IBM XIV Storage System Gen3: Features advanced hardware components for outstanding performance. ItsArchitecture matters InfiniBand backplane offers massive throughput and lowTraditional high-end storage systems typically have complex and latency, while providing powerful CPUs, abundant RAM,inflexible architectures that, even with incremental enhancements, eight Gbps Fibre Channel ports and an advanced mother-often compromise performance for reliability. In today’s world, an board that can address the highest demanding applicationarchitecture that enables performance with reliability is a necessity workload needs. For ultra-high performance needs, XIVfor coping with nonlinear data growth. The XIV Storage System was Gen3 optionally offers up to 6 TB of management-free SSDdeveloped—and is ever- evolving—in direct response to customer caching, available to all system data and based on intelli-requirements for a simple-to-manage, flexible, powerful, highly gently-utilized commodity solid state drives. Operatingavailable system that meets all application needs and scales easilyover time. with advanced algorithms, XIV Gen3 components help meet requirements for extremely high performance, such as ever-changing virtualized and cloud environments, and complex application scenarios involving business intelligence,The XIV Storage System has met with rapid market acceptance archiving, data warehousing, streaming backup, and largeand success, with thousands of installations in diverse industries numbers of mailboxes, as well as demanding ProtecTIERworldwide, including financial services, healthcare, energy, deduplication installations and online transaction processingeducation and manufacturing. The XIV series supports a wide (OLTP). The Gen3 model is offered with 2 TB or 3 TBrange of workload needs, from capacity-hungry to ultrahigh drives.performance. It integrates easily with virtualization, email, ● IBM XIV Storage System: Offers high performance atdatabase, analytics, data protection and other solutions from low overall cost for mixed workloads. The IBM XIV Storageleading providers, such as Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Oracle, SAS, System is suitable for most application needs, and with aVMware and Symantec. The XIV series plays a key role in lower capacity entry point. It offers 1 TB drives for environ-IBM’s end-to-end dynamic infrastructure solutions, integrating ments in which performance takes priority over capacity andwith IBM ProtecTIER®, SONAS, SAN Volume Controller 2 TB drives for higher capacity needs at even lower cost per terabyte. 2
  • 3. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageConsistent high performance without ● IBM XIV SSD Caching (optional): Many storage systemsmanual tuning exploit solid state drives (SSD) as a static tier for the mostDriving the unique performance benefits of the XIV Storage critical data only. XIV Gen3 uses SSD for caching across allSystem series is its massively parallel grid architecture, which volumes for performance benefit to all applications withoutdelivers hotspot-free, consistent, predictable high performance managing tiers. Using commodity SSD drives, XIV Gen3to all applications at all times—with no need for manual tuning. delivers a huge amount of caching memory—400 GB perThis same high level of service is maintained even during peak module, 6 TB per full system—to dynamically and adaptivelyload periods, as well as during management or maintenance read-cache the most frequently accessed data, boosting appli-activities, and upon recovery from disk failures. The XIV series cation performance by up to three times for active applicationdesign provides performance optimization that enables ultimate workloads1 at a fraction of typical SSD storage costs.use of system resources, even workload distribution across ● Distributed bandwidth within modules: Aggressiveall system drives and the freedom to use advanced functions pre-fetching is enabled by the large cache-to-disk bandwidthwithout adversely affecting application performance. available within each module, together with the extremely large aggregate module interconnectivity bandwidth that isSeveral architectural features contribute to the XIV system’s available on the XIV backplane.unique performance profile: ● Smart scaling: Any increase in capacity—the addition of disk modules—is accompanied by a corresponding increase● Massive parallelism in a fully distributed architecture: in processing power, cache, SSD caching (optional) and The XIV Storage System uses a distributed architecture of connectivity, maintaining the high performance level as the interconnected modules, each with its own multi-core CPU, system scales. large cache, SSD caching (optional) and high-density disk ● Load balancing: The system automatically distributes drives working in parallel to efficiently serve data to client the application load across all system modules uniformly, put- applications. Every data volume is randomly spread across all ting the aggregate power of all modules at the service of all modules and disks in the system, and the aggregate power of requests concurrently. By doing so, it avoids many of the the entire system is continually available to every application. performance and reliability risks that can plague traditional The XIV system presents this collection of disks as a single clustered controller designs. large, elastic data store on the storage network. ● Hotspot-free: Changes to the application or its I/O pattern● Distributed data: The system stores data by breaking it do not affect system performance; as workloads change and down into one megabyte chunks called partitions, each evolve, the system always remains hotspot-free. mirrored for redundancy to another module. The system ● Configuration change: Each volume is evenly distributed distributes all the partitions automatically and uniformly across all modules and disk drives within the system. The data across all the disks by means of a sophisticated pseudo- distribution is adjusted automatically whenever the number of random distribution algorithm. functional disks or modules changes, ensuring optimal data● Distributed cache: A flexible and powerful cache implemen- layout and, consequently, optimal use of system resources at tation allows the XIV system to leverage large slots for reads all times. while managing a smaller slot size, resulting in a superior cache hit ratio and, consequently, better performance. 3
  • 4. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem Storage ● High bandwidth between and within modules: Communication between modules takes place over an inter- nal, redundant network equipped with massive bandwidth (InfiniBand for XIV Gen3 models; 1 Gbps Ethernet for XIV models) which supports rapid rebuilding when necessary. Each module has its own extremely large CPU-to-memory and disk-to-memory bandwidth. ● Huge processing resources: Each module is equipped with its own multicore processor, putting dozens of CPU cores at the disposal of the rack. The XIV Storage System uses this vast processing power to execute advanced caching algorithms that support small cache slots, ensuring high performance through higher cache hit rates and use of advanced features such as snapshots and mirroring. ● High performance even during disk rebuild and hardware failure: IBM XIV storage maintains consistent high performance at all times because it engages all the disks in the rebuild process simultaneously.All-in-one view of XIV system metrics for in-depth performance analysis Data Module FC 15 data modules, each containing: Host Data Module • 12 high-density SAS disk drives • 24 GB memory Host • Quad-core Intel CPU • 2 X 20 Gbps InfiniBand HCA ports Inter-module • 400 GB SSD (optional) iSCSI Data Module connectivity Host connectivity: • 24 X 8 Gbps FC ports Host • 22 x 1 Gbps iSCSI por ts 2 InfiniBand switches: • Redundant inter-module connectivity Data Module • 600 Gbps total internal bandwidth 3 UPS modules: • Stable power to all system components • Safe shutdown upon power outage Cache CPU UPS UPS UPS Interface Disks SSD (optional)IBM XIV Storage System Gen3—components and connectivity 4
  • 5. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageHigh reliability and availability ● Smart maintenance and hot upgrades: XIV storage sup-The XIV series is designed to operate continuously over its ports live maintenance, avoiding the need for planned down-installed lifetime with no interruption to data access. The time. Maintenance of disks and modules is performed whenhighly parallel grid architecture and distributed autonomic data is at full redundancy, avoiding risk introduced by humanrebuild mechanism provide outstanding reliability, reducing fail- error. The system also supports nondisruptive upgrades of theures and unplanned downtime. The system provides built-in system software (microcode), allowing application services tosystem reliability at hardware and software levels, including continue uninterrupted.UPS protection for all disk, cache and electronics; redundant ● Reliable backup and recovery: XIV storage uses host-basedpower supply and fans; partition mirroring; and proactive error APIs to integrate with backup and recovery software. It sup-detection and healing. Specific design features help further ports Microsoft VSS technology for seamless backup andreduce risk: recovery of Windows platforms. XIV snapshots used with the advanced snapshot management capabilities of IBM Tivoli● Active-active N+1 redundancy: All key system Storage FlashCopy® Manager enable fast application-aware components—disks, modules, switches, host connectivity backups and restores. XIV storage combines with Tivoli and UPS units—are fully redundant and protected through Storage Manager to enable near-instant space-efficient snap- active-active N+1 redundancy. Each component is hot- shots with no perceivable impact on application performance. swappable—replaceable without system shutdown. ● Business continuity: The system is specifically engineered● Exceptional rebuild speed: The XIV system typically for business continuity. The XIV synchronous and asynchro- completes a 3 TB disk rebuild in approximately 50 minutes nous replication, clustering and restoration capabilities facili- (2 TB disks are rebuilt in approximately 33 minutes), with tate the implementation of a highly resilient IT infrastructure minimal impact on system service. Unlike other storage sys- that can survive the failure of an entire data center without tems, which may require many hours to rebuild a disk, the jeopardizing data access. XIV system performs a rebuild using all disks in the system simultaneously and rebuilds only the written data, dramati- Revolutionary ease of management cally reducing rebuild time while minimizing the burden on The IBM XIV Storage System provides fully virtualized storage any one disk. designed to eliminate the need for performance tuning, plan-● Proactive self-healing and system health management: ning for capacity and performance growth and numerous other The system monitors its components continuously, reacting storage management activities. The highly intuitive XIV graph- to existing and potential issues by activating self-healing as ical user interface (GUI) and built-in management tools make needed and returning to full redundancy rapidly and without administrative tasks easy and efficient, with little training or human intervention. As part of this proactive approach, the expertise required, from provisioning volumes to monitoring system: multiple systems. A powerful command line interface (CLI) – Uses disk-resident diagnostics to predict potential disk supports complex scripting. The unified console enables failure one-stop centralized administration of multiple XIV systems. – Accesses all disk drives and all disk areas to assess health Its exceptional flexibility extends to mobile devices, giving users status the flexibility of performance and capacity monitoring via the – Increases protection levels by retiring suspect disks before Apple iPhone and Apple iPad. they fail and rebuilding their data while a redundant version is still available 5
  • 6. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageIntuitive 3D system screen for monitoring the health of storage components IBM XIV Mobile Dashboard app—ultra-flexible monitoring anytime, anywhereGet ready, get set … CLOUD!Supporting private and public cloud goals requires infrastructure Seamless linear scalabilitycomponents that tightly and seamlessly integrate with virtual archi- Designed for easy growth, the XIV architecture scales in everytectures and the performance-heavy applications that run on them.XIV storage elicits the power of cloud computing with unique aspect, enabling the seamless addition of capacity. When a newcharacteristics: module is added, the XIV redistribution mechanism integrates the new disk space automatically, without administrator inter-● Elasticity: Agility in handling dynamic provisioning patterns vention. Most complex operations, including caching and snap- across mixed workloads and resource sharing across multiple shot management, are contained within each module, allowing tenants for perfect linear scalability with near-zero performance impact.● Ease of management: Minimized provisioning, with rich tracking This elasticity is ideally suited for cloud environments, which options for billing used capacity typically need to meet highly dynamic storage demands.● Virtualization: Performance-enhancing affinity with VMware, including vCloud, and other hypervisors● Superb TCO: Exceptionally low cost per TB enhanced by high- ● Capacity, cache, SSD caching (optional), processing density drives, optimal capacity utilization, power, cooling and power, host interfaces and bandwidth: With these key footprint savings, and space-saving snapshots components being added as storage needs grow, the system is able to scale proportionally in capacity and resources, keepingThe XIV system enhances cloud deployment by offering superb performance in pace with application load and total through-service levels at reduced costs. put as capacity scales. ● Internal switching capacity: Designed to support a fully loaded rack, the internal switching capacity is unchanged regardless of system size, avoiding bottlenecks and ensuring that throughput grows proportionally to capacity. 6
  • 7. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem Storage ● More capacity per floor tile helps reduce costs: The sys- tem’s use of very high-density drives maximizes physical space per floor tile, offering maximum capacities of 243 usable TB (3 TB disk drive configurations). High-density storage can significantly reduce power, space and cooling costs, and offer much lower cost per terabyte relative to comparable systems. Advanced features at no extra charge The XIV Storage System empowers users with enterprise-class functions included with the system software: ● Snapshots: Large numbers of space-efficient snapshots— create, restore, writable and “snap on snap”—are supported with virtually no impact on performance. Multiple point- in-time copies of application data support development, prototyping, back up or other activities without the capacity penalty of full volume copies or performance penalty of copy-on-write.Comprehensive XIV view of capacity utilization across system pools ● Replication and disaster recovery: The system provides ease of configuration and operation of synchronous and asyn- chronous mirroring and other business continuity capabilities.Low total cost of ownership It allows mirroring of volumes to different systems, includingThe XIV Storage series is designed to be cost-efficient in all between XIV models of different generations.aspects: ● Consistency groups: Volumes are logically grouped to facili- tate application-centric operations including snapshots and● Simplicity helps save money: Administrators can provision mirroring of all volumes in a consistency group. by simply sizing the desired volumes. LUN mapping is drag ● Thin provisioning: The system presents a fully sized LUN and drop. Snapshots and test environments are created in sec- to the hosts while allocating only the necessary capacity. onds. Data migration is dramatically simple and fast; remote Thin-provisioned capacity can be managed via storage pools, mirroring is easy and supported between XIV Gen3 and the minimizing the risk of running out of physical space. XIV Storage System, offering flexibility for meeting data pro- ● Data migration: Rapid, automated migration of data from tection goals. By reducing complexity, the system minimizes any non-XIV system to the XIV system is supported. The the IT resources required to manage storage, freeing individ- migration is performed in the background while applications uals for other tasks. continue to operate.● High reliability helps avoid downtime costs: In traditional ● Centralized administration: Multiple XIV systems can be systems, most storage outages are caused by human error, managed simply and centrally. exacerbated by the system’s complexity. The XIV design ● Reporting: The system can capture and store one year of reduces the risk of outages and human error. performance and statistics data, specified by date and time, for● All-included functions at no extra charge: All XIV func- visualization and reporting, facilitating troubleshooting and tionality is provided with the system software, at no extra performance analysis. charge, and is available for use at any time. ● Hot upgrades: Hardware replacements and software upgrades can take place nondisruptively. 7
  • 8. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem Storage● Host attachment kits (HAKs): XIV HAKs provide a platform-native, multipath solution that makes connectivity setup easy, ensures best-practices configuration and provides host-storage troubleshooting and support tools. HAKs are provided for IBM AIX®, Microsoft Windows, Oracle Solaris, HP-UX, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.● Quality of service (QoS): The system allows users to control the priority of performance given to applications connected to the system to ensure resource allocations that address particular business needs.● IPv6: IBM currently plans to support the IPv6 and IPsec protocols (and obtain USGv6 certification) in future code releases for the XIV Storage System with such support planned by the end of the first half of 2012. Support of IPv6 and IPsec is intended to allow customers to address government requirements and enterprise needs and to enjoy the benefits of the standard’s built-in security and mobility options.2 Complete, intuitive XIV display of mirroring status● Security: XIV storage integrates with Active Directory and LDAP servers for centralized management of user identity ● IBM platforms: The system’s multi-platform support and privileges. It supports role-based access management includes: Linux, ViOS for IBM Power Systems™ as well as auditing by capturing and transmitting events to (IBM System i® and IBM System p®), IBM PowerVM®, monitoring systems such as IBM Systems Director and IBM i/OS V6R1, IBM AIX (and AIX MPIO driver) and IBM Tivoli Productivity Suite. It uses SSL for network IBM PowerHA® (HACMP™). channel encryption. ● Integrated storage solutions: The XIV system supports● Automatic event notification: The system sends alerts of solutions delivering network attached storage (NAS) capabili- imminent hardware failure via email, SMS or SNMP traps ties with N-series gateway or SONAS, highly scalable and with filtering and distribution by severity or type. reliable storage across multiple systems, including heteroge- neous, with SVC, and deduplication archiving withSeamless integration with host platforms IBM ProtecTIER.The XIV Storage System offers seamless and cost-efficient inte- ● Concurrent multipath software support: The XIV archi-gration with leading operating systems and host platforms—at tecture provides optimized native concurrent multipathno extra charge: support as a function of its high bandwidth and resilient host connectivity. On the host side, XIV storage supports● Operating systems: The XIV system supports: VMware native OS multipathing solutions, as well as Symantec Veritas ESX/ESXi, Microsoft Windows (including Hyper-V), Storage Foundation dynamic multipathing (DMP). IBM AIX, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Oracle Solaris, HP-UX and IBM iSeries® (via ViOS). 8
  • 9. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageEnterprise-proven application solutions ● Business applications: The XIV system delivers consistentThe XIV series supports a broad range of easily implemented, high performance and exceptionally simple management tocost-efficient, enterprise-proven solutions. Working in collabo- leading email, database, ERP and other enterprise applica-ration with Microsoft, VMware, SAP, Oracle, SAS, Symantec tions, such as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, Oracle,and others, IBM can offer outstanding customer value and the IBM DB2®, SAP and SAS.highest levels of partner support. Easy connectivity is provided ● Extended storage management: The XIV system integratesthrough XIV Host Attachment Kits. with leading products to enable storage management at the global system resources level. It supports centralized, opti-● Robust virtualization and cloud support: Applying massive mized and automated XIV management and SAN connectiv- parallelism to diverse I/O streams, the XIV system has a ity with IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center (TPC); special affinity for virtualized server and cloud environments, monitoring of infrastructure and applications using Microsoft with their concurrent, ever-changing workloads. The XIV System Center Operations Manager (SCOM); controlled system supports virtualization and cloud environments by storage provisioning by non-storage administrators with the VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and IBM PowerVM, IBM Storage Management Console for VMware vCenter as well as Xen, IBM z/VM® and ViOS for IBM Power sys- (VC plug-in) and SCOM. It also supports managing storage, tems (System i and System p), and applications supported servers and applications in a heterogeneous environment with by those environments. As part of the IBM private cloud Symantec Veritas Storage Foundation. The XIV system sup- offering, the XIV system contributes high performance and ports SMI-S compliant management systems such as cost-effective storage capabilities to Microsoft Hyper-V cloud Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager. solutions for SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint and custom ● Data protection and business continuity: XIV storage third party applications. can provide automated application-aware, near-instant snap-● Deeply integrated VMware solutions: Includes self-service shots with Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager (FCM) and provisioning with VMware vCenter; host performance with integrates with end-to-end backup solutions such as Tivoli vStorage APIs for Array Integration (VAAI); automated stor- Storage Manager, Symantec NetBackup and others. XIV age failover with Site Recovery Manager (SRM); backup and supports clustering with Microsoft Clustering (MSCS), hardware snapshots using Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager, PowerHA on AIX and other native OS solutions including and visibility and automation through IBM Storage Provider Veritas Cluster Server (VCS). Additionally, XIV storage sup- for VMware VASA (vSphere APIs for Storage Awareness ports automated storage failover with VMware Site Recovery (VASA); and low-risk vCloud deployments. Manager (SRM), Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS) and Veritas Cluster Server (VCS). It supports near-instant, application-aware hardware snapshots on any Windows server using the XIV provider for Windows Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS). 9
  • 10. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageIBM XIV Storage System series—System specifications XIV (Model 2810/2812-A14) XIV Gen3 (Model 2810/2812-114)General propertiesDisk drives (7,200 RPM) SATA (1 TB or 2 TB) SAS (2 TB or 3 TB)Number of disk drives 72/180 72/180(min/max)Performance featuresMax number of CPUs 21 Intel Xeon Processor L5410 15 Intel Xeon Processor E5620Max number of CPU cores 84 60 (hyperthreaded)Max memory 120 GB (model with 8 GB of memory per module) 360 GB (24 GB of memory per module) 240 GB (model with 16 GB of memory per module)Max cache-to-disk bandwidth 240 Gbps 480 GbpsSSD caching Not available Up to 6 TBConnectivityMax number of ports—Fibre 24 (4 Gbps ports) 24 (8 Gbps ports)Channel*Max number of ports—iSCSI 6 22over Gigabit EthernetPhysical featuresTemperature 10 - 35ºC 10 - 35ºCAltitude (max) 2134 m/7000 ft. 2134 m/7000 ft.Humidity 25 - 80% non-condensing 25 - 80% non-condensingDimensions (height × width × 199 × 60 × 107 cm 202 × 66 × 120 cmdepth)Maximum weight 877 kg (1934 lbs) 1044.5 kg (2303.1 lbs)Clearance front/rear 120/100 cm 120/120 cmRedundant power feed √ √Input voltage 180 - 264 V ac at 60 A or 30 A (±10%) 180 - 264 V ac at 60 A or 30 A (±10%)Power usage See power usage table below See power usage table belowHost connectivityFibre Channel rates 4 Gbps 8 GbpsiSCSI over 1 Gigabit √ √Ethernet portCapacity on demand √ √configurationsWarranty 1 and 3 year Limited Warranty, Onsite service, 1 and 3 year Limited Warranty, Onsite service, Same Day 24×7 Same Day 24×7* FC ports are capable of auto-negotiation 10
  • 11. IBM Systems and Technology Product DatasheetSystem StorageIBM XIV Storage series—Capacity and connectivityNumber of modules Number of disks Usable capacity (TB, decimal) Connectivity FC ports Connectivity iSCI ports XIV XIV Gen3 XIV (4 Gbps) XIV Gen3 XIV (1 Gbps) XIV Gen3 1 TB/2 TB SATA 2 TB/3 TB SAS (8 Gbps) (1 Gbps) drives drives6 72 27/55 55/84 8 8 0 69 108 43/87 88/132 16 16 4 1410 120 50/102 102/154 16 16 4 1411 132 54/111 111/168 20 20 6 1812 144 61/125 125/190 20 20 6 1813 156 66/134 134/203 24 24 6 2214 168 73/149 149/225 24 24 6 2215 180 79/161 161/243 24 24 6 22IBM XIV Storage System series—Number of CPUs and memoryNumber of modules Number of disks Number of CPUs XIV memory (GB) SSD (TB) (optional) XIV XIV Gen3 XIV XIV Gen3 XIV Gen3 (8G B/16 GB per module) (24 GB per module)6 72 9 6 48/96 144 2.49 108 15 9 72/144 216 3.610 120 16 10 80/160 240 4.011 132 17 11 88/176 264 4.412 144 18 12 96/192 288 4.813 156 19 13 104/208 312 5.214 168 20 14 112/224 336 5.615 180 21 15 120/240 360 6.0IBM XIV Storage System series—Power usage (typical)Number of modules Number of disks XIV XIV Gen3 XIV Gen3 with SSD (1 TB/2 TB SATA) (2 TB/3 TB SAS) (2 TB/3 TB SAS) kVA kVA kVA6 72 3.4/3.1 2.9/2.8 2.9/2.99 108 5.0/4.5 4.2/4.1 4.3/4.210 120 5.5/4.9 4.6/4.6 4.7/4.711 132 6.1/5.4 5.0/5.1 5.1/5.212 144 6.7/5.8 5.4/5.6 5.5/5.713 156 7.2/6.2 5.8/6.0 5.9/6.114 168 7.8/6.6 6.3/6.5 6.5/6.715 180 8.4/7.1 6.7/7.0 6.9/7.2 11
  • 12. For more informationTo learn more about the IBM XIV Storage System series, con-tact your IBM representative or IBM Business Partner, or visit:ibm.com/storage/disk/xiv © Copyright IBM Corporation 2012Additional online resources:● SPC-2/E Benchmark results IBM Systems and Technology Group● Redbook: XIV Storage System: Host Attachment and Route 100 Somers, New York 10589 Interoperability● Redbook: IBM XIV Storage System with the Virtual I/O Server Produced in the United States of America February 2012 and IBM i● IBM System Storage Interoperation Center (SSIC) IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com, AIX, DB2, FlashCopy, HACMP, iSeries, POWERVM, PowerHA, Power Systems, ProtecTIER, Storwize, System i,● Search for XIV on IBM Techdocs library System p, System Storage, Tivoli, XIV, the XIV logo, and z/VM are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business MachinesAdditionally, IBM Global Financing can help you acquire the Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. If these and other IBM trademarked terms are marked on their first occurrence inIT solutions that your business needs in the most cost-effective this information with a trademark symbol (® or ™), these symbolsand strategic way possible. We’ll partner with credit-qualified indicate U.S. registered or common law trademarks owned by IBM atclients to customize an IT financing solution to suit your busi- the time this information was published. Such trademarks may also be registered or common law trademarks in other countries. A current list ofness goals, enable effective cash management, and improve your IBM trademarks is available on the web at “Copyright and trademarktotal cost of ownership. IBM Global Financing is your smartest information” at ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtmlchoice to fund critical IT investments and propel your business Intel and Intel Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intelforward. For more information, visit: ibm.com/financing Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, This document could include technical inaccuracies or typographical other countries, or both. errors. IBM may not offer the products, services or features discussed in this document in other countries, and the product information may be Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business United States, other countries, or both contact for information on the product or services available in your area. Apple, iPod, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple in the United States, Any statements regarding IBM’s future direction and intent are subject to other countries, or both. change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. The information contained in this document is current as of the Other company, product and service names may be trademarks or service initial date of publication only and is subject to change without notice. marks of others. All performance information was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary. Performance information is provided “AS IS” and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or Please Recycle implied by IBM. Information concerning non-IBM products was obtained from the suppliers of their products their published announcements or other publicly available sources. Questions on the capabilities of the non-IBM products should be addressed with the suppliers. IBM does not warrant that the information offered herein will meet your requirements or those of your distributors or customers. IBM provides this information “AS IS” without warranty. IBM disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including the implied warranties of noninfringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or noninfringement. IBM products are warranted according to the terms and conditions of the agreements under which they are provided. 1 All performance data contained in this publication was obtained in an IBM lab environment under simulated conditions and is presented as an illustration. Performance obtained in other operating environments may vary, and customers should conduct their own testing. 2 Statements of IBM’s future plans and direction are provided for informational purposes only. Plans and directions are subject to change without notice. TSD03057-USEN-13