The Rise of the Information Centre

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Gain strategic insights and tactical tips to manage the huge diversity of information your business uses and generates. Understand strategies that let you enhance your storage infrastructure and make your data centers even more efficient.

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The Rise of the Information Centre

  1. 1. THE RISE OF THE INFORMATION CENTER TONY REID HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS1
  2. 2. AGENDA  TODAY’S ENVIRONMENT New challenges and opportunities for IT  OUR BLUEPRINT The world’s leading vision for IT2
  3. 3. TODAY’S ENVIRONMENT NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IT3
  4. 4. INDUSTRY DYNAMICS APPLICATION DATA, CONTENT AND INFORMATION GROWTH PROVISION MORE SERVERS, FASTER By 2014, there will be 1 billion applications driving server deployments DEPLOY MORE VIRTUAL MACHINES More virtual machines are now deployed annually than physical servers DEPLOY MORE 2009: 800 exabytes of digital data STORAGE TO KEEP 2020: 35,000 exabytes (42x growth) PACE (IDC)4
  5. 5. THE CHALLENGE INFORMATION ANYWHERE, ANYTIME, ALL THE TIME…FOREVER  ALL DISCOVERABLE AND SEARCHABLE  INDEPENDENT OF APPLICATION  INDEPENDENT OF MEDIA  INTEGRATED AND MEANINGFUL  GOVERNED FOREVER5
  6. 6. CUSTOMERS’ TOP BUSINESS PRIORITIES  Leverage information as a strategic and competitive asset – Accessibility (discoverability, availability) – Analytics (integration, repurposing) – Compliance (security, governance)  Manage costs and efficiency – In anticipation of data growth  Business acceleration from IT6
  7. 7. TOP IT PRIORITIES: 2010 VS. 2011 2010 2011 1. Increase use of server virtualization 1. Increase use of server virtualization 2. Information security initiatives 2. Manage data growth 3. Improve data backup and recovery 3. Information security initiatives 4. Manage data growth 4. Application deployments or upgrades 5. Application deployments or upgrades 5. Improve data backup and recovery © 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group WHAT IT MEANS  Appetite for more and more information is driving: – Applications of all types and sizes, inside and outside the data center…everywhere – Virtual machine sprawl to keep up with the new applications – Challenges to make content discoverable, searchable, accessible and meaningful  Requires new data management strategies7
  8. 8. OUR BLUEPRINT THE WORLD’S LEADING VISION FOR IT8
  9. 9. HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS STRATEGY THE PATH TO THE INFORMATION CENTER Integrated INFORMATION Analytics information-as-a- CLOUD Integration service Information Virtualization CONTENT Search, discover, repurpose Content-on-demand Link to vertical/SI markets Text Archiving-as-a-service CLOUD Content Virtualization INFRASTRUCTURE Virtualization, mobility Integrated management Infrastructure and CLOUD Data center convergence platform-as-a-service Data, Storage, File, Server, Network Virtualization Infrastructure Data Intelligence Information Analytics  Converged solution stacks  Data lifecycle management  Data reuse for new business  Rapid and on-demand  Index, search, and discover  Data analytics independent of provisioning and deployment independent of application application and media9
  10. 10. THE NECESSARY FOUNDATION INFRASTRUCTURE VIRTUALIZATION SERVER VIRTUALIZATION STRUCTURED LAYER DATA COMMAND SUITE STORAGE VSP VIRTUALIZATION LAYER ONE VIRTUAL PLATFORM FOR ALL DATA STORAGE MEDIA SSD SATA ??? REMOTE TIERS AND TIERS AND ARCHIVES AMS AND HETEROGENEOUS STORAGE10
  11. 11. THE NECESSARY FOUNDATION INFRASTRUCTURE ORCHESTRATION APPLICATIONS ORCHESTRATION  Integrated workflow  Centralized management  Multi hypervisor support UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM11
  12. 12. THE CONTENT CLOUD CONTENT CREATION DATA CENTERS AND REMOTE LOCATIONS CONTENT GLOBAL ACCESS CONTENT ON ANY “AT THE CORE” DEVICE12
  13. 13. INSIDE THE CONTENT CLOUD VIRTUALIZATION OF CONTENT APPLICATION AND MEDIA INDEPENDENCE DISCOVERY AND SEARCH ACROSS APPLICATIONS CENTRALIZED GOVERNANCE OF CONTENT SCALE PERFORMANCE WITH CONTENT VOLUME SSD SAS SATA ARCHIVE 3D13
  14. 14. CONTENT VIRTUALIZATION DELIVERING VALUE FROM DATA UNSTRUCTURED SHAREPOINT, DATA EXCHANGE APPLICATIONS, FILES EDGE SEARCH AND METADATA LAYER CONTENT PLATFORM CONTENTVIRTUALIZATION LAYER STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION LAYER STORAGE MEDIA REMOTE TIERS AND TIERS14
  15. 15. ACCESS TO INFORMATION OVER TIME IN 30 YEARS  Generations of applications and media  Cumulative effects of growing data  Moving petabytes of data – lifecycle management  Repurposing billions to trillions of objects  Protecting, deleting billions to trillions of objects  Discovering and correlating meaningful 30 years trends and analytics 10 years 5 years PRESENT15
  16. 16. DELIVERING THE CONTENT AND INFORMATION CLOUD Application Data, Content, Information Documents File Systems PACS Requires a Strategic and Integrated Approach  Scalable virtualized infrastructure platform  Virtualized storage, data and content  Centralized and automated content governance  Scalable metadata platform21
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