Next Gen Data Center Implementing Network Storage with Server Blades, Clustering, Virtualization

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Next Gen Data Center Implementing Network Storage with Server Blades, Clustering, Virtualization

  1. 1. Next Gen Data CenterImplementing Network Storagewith Server Blades, Clustering, VirtualizationAnil VasudevaPrincipal Analyst & Presidentanil@imexresearch.com IMEX RESEARCH.COM408-268-0800 ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  2. 2. End to End IT Infrastructure with HA & Security xSP IntrDet VPN Enterprise WebServices App.Server DBServers IntrDet Layer 3 Layer 4-7 Layer 2 Stg Fibre Switches Switches Switches Switches (Routers)Supplier/Partner ISP IntrDet ISP Internet ISP Core Edge Optical Networking ISP Access ISP IntrDet Remote Office ISP Caching, Proxy, Application,HA, Database, FW, SSL, IDS, File/Print, ERP, Middleware, DNS, LB, Web Security, SCM, Data Mgmt Servers CRM Servers Servers Cable Modem Tier-1 Tier-2 Tier-3 DSL Edge Computing Applications Data Bases MP3 VOD Cellular Directory Security Policy Management Wireless Home Networks Software OS Platform ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  3. 3. DC Mgmt Nightmares Servers Win 5-10%, SMP 20-35%, MF 30-50% Utilization 80+% Servers 15-30 Servers/Admin 300+ 1 ApplicationApplication/Server 20 30-45% Disk, 20-40% Tape Storage Utilization 75+% 1TB Storage 100TB Terabytes/DBA MIS Alerts 20-40Urgent Alerts/Day 4-5 System HAL- 3 (99.9%) Availability HAL- 5 (99.999%) ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  4. 4. Market Segments by Applic./Workloads OLTP Transaction 10 K Processing eCommerce Data DSS (RAID - 0, 3) (RAID - 1, 5, 6) 1K Warehousing IOPs Visual DB(Latency) 100 Scientific Computing NIC NIC Imaging TPC 10 Reference Data Streaming Streaming HPC Audio/Video 1 1 5 10 50 100 500 *IOs per sesond for a required response time ( ms) MB/sec ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  5. 5. Consolidated Data Center xSP VPN IntrDet Enterprise WebServices App.Server DBServers IntrDetSupplier/Partner ISP Switches: Layer 4-7, Layer 2, 10GbE, FC Stg ISP Internet ISP Core FC/ Edge Optical Networking IPSAN ISP Access ISP Remote Office ISP Caching, Proxy, Database, FW, SSL, IDS, DNS, Middleware, Data LB, Web Servers Mgmt Servers Tier-1 Tier-1 Application,HA, Tier-3 Edge File/Print, ERP, Edge Data Base Cable Modem Servers SCM, CRM Servers Apps Servers DSL Tier-2 Apps MP3 VOD Cellular Directory Security Policy Management Wireless Home Networks Software OS Platform ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  6. 6. Blade Infrastructure:Local Area Grid (LAG©) Management Modules Remote Mgmt+KVM over IP Midplane Networking: Gbit Ethernet Switches W/Connectors Storage: IP NAS or FC SAN To Blades & Back Switch Cooling N+1Fans/Cooling Modules Processor Blades Modules (6-24 typically) Power: N+1Power Supplies Blade Control Panel USB Ports, CD/Floppy I/F ~ GbE Switch supports Trunking/Port Aggregation Flow Control Gbit QoS Packet Prioritization Memory Ethernet SNMP/RMON Systems I/F Micro- DDR w IGMP/BOOTP/TFTP Monitor Processors ECC …… © 2003-06 IMEX Research Module©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  7. 7. Blade Servers: Vendor Positioning Index(As of 31 March 2005 - See IMEX Blade Servers Industry Report 2006 for latest data) Strategy (Potential) IBM Fujitsu Siemens Linux HP Hitachi Intel Networx © 2003-05 IMEX Research NEC Dell Nexcom Tatung Rackable Sys Sun Penguin Appro Egenera HPC Syst Verari©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved Delivery (Execution) IMEX
  8. 8. TCO Savings & ROI 3 Year TCO Savings TCO Savings in.. Rack vs. Blade Servers OPEX 100% Staff/ Support Maintenance/ 25% 80% Downtime 54% Facilities/ % Contribution 60% Power 67% OPEX 21% 40% 46% CAPEX Networking 19% 20% Servers 33% 46% Storage CAPEX 25% Infrastructure 13% 0% 1 SW Rack Servers Blade2Servers Infrastructure 22% ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights ReservedData: IMEX Research 2005 IMEX
  9. 9. The rapid rise of Clusters in HPC Rise of Cluster Computing 350 # Clustered Computers in Top 500.org 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 1999e 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004e©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  10. 10. HPC – From Academia to Wall St to Hollywood High Performance Entertainment High Performance Commercial Bioinformatics Decision-Support Entertainment Commercial BioInformatics Decision Audio/Video OnDemand Computing Computing Visualization Visualization Support Syst Audio/Video On Demand SystemsData: IMEX Research & Panasas 100+ Teraflops Rendering (Texture & Polygons) Data rate & capacity Throughput = 100All rights Reserved GB/s Throughput = 1.2 GB/s Throughput : DSL/Cable ©2003-2006 IMEX Research IMEX ©2004--05 IMEX Research.com
  11. 11. Implementing Virtualization Client At Various Levels Workstations Microprocessor LAN Ethernet – Intel VT, AMD-Pacifica Switches OS - zOS, pOS, UNIX, Windows, Linux Application & DB Servers - IBM, HP, Sun, VMWare, Xen, SWSoft SAN File System GbE or FC - DFS Switches NetworkingStorage Arrays - Multiport Storage - Host, SAN, Controller - In-Band, Out-of-Band Management ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  12. 12. TCO Savings with Virtualization 995 Servers Pre VZ 78 VZ Servers $16,000 $14,000 Provisioning Downtime $12,000 Disaster Recovery Cost over 3 years DC Real Estate $10,000 Power & Cooling $8,000 Network SAN $6,000 Hardware VZ SW & Supp $4,000 $2,000 $-©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved w/o VZ w VZ IMEX
  13. 13. Storage Virtualization – the next FrontierClients Storage VZ Implemented at Different Levels LAN Host SAN Cntrllr. Out-of- Symantec, EMC, Fujitsu Band StorageAgeServers In-Band Cloverleaf, DataCore, HDS, NetApp, IBM, FalconStor Sun SAN Storage VZ Must Have Features • Scale Non-Disruptively in CapacityStorage • Snapshot Point-In-Time across Stg.devices • Remote Replication across Heterogeneous Stg. Devices • Policy Based Non-Disruptive Data Migration between Heterogeneous Stg Systems & Between Stg Tiers • Centralized Mgmt of all Stg.VZ under Single Image • Support Tiered Storage • Volume Management for Multivendor Stg. Systems • Common Set of Tools: Provisioning, Mgmt & Replication ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  14. 14. Economics of Virtualization Virtualization results in overall cost reduction 35-60% Storage VZ alone has produced ~20% cost reductions Savings achieved through Storage Virtualization 1000 Total Svgs 900 - 21%/yr. 800 SANExpenses/Year $K 700 Admin - 19% 600 500 SW - 16% 400 300 200 HW - 24% 100 0 w /o Stg VZ w Stg VZ ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  15. 15. The Next Gen Data Center Automation Automatically Maintains Application Service Level Objectives Provisioning Provisions the Resources Required to Deliver a Business Service Virtualization Pools Resources. Allocates, Monitors, and Meters the Usage of Pooled Resources IntegrationIntegrates physical infrastructure usingstandardized devices for CAPSIMS:Cost, Availability, Performance, Scalability, Inter-operability, manageability & Security ©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  16. 16. Future: Storage Management on a chip Host Services Integration Storage ProvisioningFile system monitoring Storage provisioning Win, LINUX, Solaris Layer SAN Management Management Management of MultiPath IO Supp Security SAN Console iSCSI HBAs and Failover (iSNS, CHAP, SRP) Management Layer Virtualization Mirroring Snapshot Fail-Over iSCSI Target Management Device LVM, Error Handling, SCSI Daemon, API Interoperability Service Layer HW Acceleration: TOE, iSCSI Offload, IPsec©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  17. 17. Next Gen Data Center Implementing Network Storage with Server Blades, Clustering, Virtualization For updated full set of slides email anil@imexresearch.com Anil Vasudeva (408) 268-0800 www.imexresearch.com©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved IMEX
  18. 18. TCO Savings with Virtualization 995 Servers Pre VZ 78 VZ Servers Provisioning Downtime Disaster Recovery Cost over 3 years DC Real Estate Power & Cooling Network SAN Hardware VZ SW & Supp©2003-2006 IMEX Research All rights Reserved w/o VZ w VZ IMEX

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