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IP Expo 2009 - Enabling Business with Cisco Data Centre Virtualisation

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Cisco Data Center solutions can transform how your company operates and manages its IT environment to reduce costs improve resiliency and add …

Cisco Data Center solutions can transform how your company operates and manages its IT environment to reduce costs improve resiliency and add
capacity on demand. This session will discuss how to realise these business benefits through real examples of customer data centre virtualisation with
Cisco.

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  • 1. Enabling Business with Cisco Data Centre Virtualisation
    Stacey Goldsmith
    Data Centre Solutions Manager
  • 2. What is Cloud Computing?
    Multi Tenancy
    Fast Time To Market
    Lower Costs $
    Scale Up and Down
    Abstraction / Virtualisation
    Source: A Break in the Clouds: Towards a Cloud Definition
    Luis M. Vaquero, Luis Rodero-Merino, Juan Caceres, Maik Lindner
  • 3. The Evolution of Computing Architectures
    Virtualisation
    Cisco
    Unified Computing
    Client Server
    “The Cisco Unified Computing System offers a clean-sheet approach to solve data center challenges by offering a single holistic solution with integrated management and the critical support necessary for scaling virtualization,” 
    Vernon Turner, senior vice president of Enterprise Infrastructure,
    Consumer and Telecom Research at IDC
    Minicomputer
    Mainframe
    Cloud
    Web
    X
    X
    Datacentre
    Components
    Complexity
  • 4. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Example – 3,000 Users69% Reduction In Components
    1,380 fewer infrastructure components to purchase, provision, monitor, maintain, power, cool, repair…….
  • 5. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Example 44% Reduction In Total Costs
    $3.9m
    $3.5m
    $2.2m
    $1.7m
    $2.1m
    $1.3m
    $1.8m
    $1.7m
    $0.8m
    The financial feasibility assessment projects a cost avoidance of $1.72 millionover 5 years with Cisco Unified Computing System
  • 6. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Example Operating Costs Reduced by 48%
    $404
    $451
    $1,165
    $329
    $1,106
    $458
  • 7. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure ExampleAdministration Costs Reduced by 59%
    $157
    $314
    $425
    $268
    $16
    $253
    $17
    $229
    $194
    $330
    $295
    $230
  • 8. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Example 448 Less SAN/LAN Switch Ports Required
    144
    256
    432
    256
    80
    32
    16
    16
    16
  • 9. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure ExampleCapital Cost Reduced by 40%
    $544
    $550
    $304
    $1,640
    $1,199
    $997
  • 10. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure ExampleSpace and Power Reduction
    DC Floor Space
    Reduced by 4 Racks
    Power Consumption Reduced by 11kW
  • 11. Virtualised Data CentreCase Study #1
    Challenge
    • Simplify Management
    • 12. Reduce DatacentreOPEX
    • 13. Ensure Application Availability
    Solution
    • Unified Computing System
    • 14. Cisco Advanced Services
    Results
    • 60% Reduction in Device Count
    • 15. 38% Reduction in Power
    • 16. Rapid End to End Provisioning 22 ESX hosts – 3hrs
    Unified Computing System
  • 17. Virtualised Data CenterCase Study #2
    SAN B
    SAN A
    Data Center Aggregation
    Block
    Nexus 7000
    Network Services Block
    Catalyst 6500
    Cisco-on-Cisco
    Simpler architecture
    Consolidation of access and distribution layer
    30% more power for servers
    40% savings from cabling
    50% more servers in same physical space
    4x more VMs
    Unified Computing System and Nexus
  • 18. UCS at Cisco
    Office of the Chairman
    News@Cisco
    Corporate Positioning applications
    Legal applications
    Finance applications