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Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
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Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI
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Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDI

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Presentación de Carlos Spera, BDM Data Center de Logicalis Southern Cone, en las jornadas tecnológicas de Viedma. Noviembre de 2012.

Presentación de Carlos Spera, BDM Data Center de Logicalis Southern Cone, en las jornadas tecnológicas de Viedma. Noviembre de 2012.

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  • 1. Tendencias Data Center #DC & #BYOD & #VDICarlos SperaBDM – Data CenterLogicalis Southern Cone
  • 2. La nueva generación de Data Centers A medida que la infraestructura IT se vuelve mas compleja, los requisitos de IT cambian de gerenciar operaciones técnicas a operaciones de servicios. Esto plantea la necesidad de transformación del DC. La nueva generación de Data Centers será…NG-DC cuatro fuerzas evolutivas • Una infraestructura provisionada dinámicamente por medio del uso de capacidades automatizadas soportando el proceso de negocio de la compañía. • Servicios de tecnología construidos sobre infraestructura virtual. • Procesos estandarizados. • Arquitecturas tecnológicas que permitan consolidar recursos de IT. Title
  • 3. Transformación & tendencias dentro del DC Concepto de Cloud Computing (Privadas, Publicas y Hibridas). Virtualización - Hypervisor como nuevo S.O. base del DC. Visión del DC como un pool de recursos – No mas Silos. Deduplicacion & Workload mobility DCI (OTV, LISP). Infraestructura de Networking convergente y Plana (LAN & SAN) Networking y servicios al ambiente Virtual (Virtual appliance). Estandarización de procesos y plataformas - (Managment & Automatización). Ambientes Multi-Tenant. Aumento trafico de red & Segurizacion (Trafico Este-Oeste). Title
  • 4. 3 Title
  • 5. Las empresas hacia el cloud computing Las empresas dispondrán de una infraestructura dedicada para algunos propósitos y consumirán servicios On Demand obtenidos de la nube para otros. Title
  • 6. De que se trata BYOD? Aplicaciones Redes y acceso Dispositivos con gran personales y publicas y privadas procesamiento, laborales que facilitan de buena calidad livianos y agiles la comunicación y operación Soluciones para móviles Title
  • 7. Tendencias Móviles Fue el crecimiento de venta de Smartphones respecto de 2010, además, fue el primer año en que se vendieron mas65% unidades que PC en el mundo De las empresas consultadas admiten que alguno de sus empleados usan por92% lo menos un dispositivo móvil para realizar tareas laborales De los trabajadores de esas empresas28% usan por lo menos un dispositivo móvil para realizar tareas laborales Title 6
  • 8. Arquitectura de soporte de dispositivos Dispositivos Políticas Seguridad Device Managment RRHH Conectividad Firewall Wireless Wired QOS Legal Data Center Políticas de ISE Aplicaciones IT Infra Virtualización soporte Title7
  • 9. Plataforma de Seguridad Políticas Lo que no debe Identificar faltar Mobile Management Title8
  • 10. Etapas de desarrollo según la visión de la compañía Restringir / Permitir Incentivar Transformar ControlarAmbiente con alto nivel Acceso ilimitado, Servicios diferenciados Gerenciamiento de control servicios básicos y seguridad completo y Colaboracion▪ Solo dispositivos ▪ Acceso a múltiples ▪ Varios métodos de corporativos dispositivos acceso ▪ Múltiples dispositivos▪ Restricción de acceso a ▪ Internet y aplicaciones ▪ Escritorio virtualizado por usuario aplicaciones personales ▪ Servicios corporativos ▪ Escenarios de▪ Bajo nivel de ▪ Acceso corporativo y con aplicaciones de colaboración de colaboración Guest negocio presencia, video y documentos 9 Title
  • 11. Hypervisores Title
  • 12. VDI Conceptos… Conceptos Generales: Mover las desktop tradicionales del escritorio al Data Center Porque ? • El promedio de utilización de las Desktop es bajo. • Altos costos de adquisición, mantenimiento. • Se debe tener técnicos capacitados en el campo. • Difícil mantener unificado la imagen SO. • Sin control o poco sobre la información guardada localmente11 Title
  • 13. Beneficios de mover la «Desktop» al DCAlgunos beneficios de centralización del Desktop• Upgrade, parches, backups en una sola locación.• Segurizar la información confidencial en el Data Center.• Menor tiempo de recuperación en caso de fallos de dispositivos.• Rápido aprovisionamiento de nuevas aplicaciones y servicios.• Control centralizado de las imágenes del SO base.Algunas contras…• Es un gran cambio para los usuarios acostumbrados a las Desktop (Donde fue mi PC!!#!#?)• Dificultad de ejecutar determinadas aplicaciones (CAD, Multimedia).• El comienzo del «roll out» es mas complejo que instalar una nueva desktop de forma local.12 Title
  • 14. Virtualización de aplicaciones• Virtualización de aplicaciones hace referencia a la posibilidad de desacoplar la aplicación y su información del SO. Encapsular y aislar la aplicación.• La aplicación es provista en un «container» lista para ser ejecutada. Sin necesidad de instalar agentes o la aplicación ensu totalidad, el container viene con todas las DLLs, dependencias y entrada al registro necesarias.13 Title
  • 15. Cual es el impacto de VDI en el Data Center ?  VDI – (Desktop/Aplicaciones) (PCoIP vs ICA ?)  Hypervisor como S.O. base del Data Center.  Segurizacion de Virtual Servers Farm (Trafico Este-Oeste).  Storage, con mix de HD (SSD) (Boot-Storming) – Tener en cuenta los IOPS. (Scan del antivirus)  Soluciones de deduplicacion y de replicacion de informacion.  Aceleracion y optimizacion de aplicaciones. (Cisco WaaS).© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
  • 16. Cisco WAAS (Citrix Ready/MS RemoteFX)15 Title
  • 17. Cisco NexusData Center Switching
  • 18. NX-OS: Designed for the Data Center IOS Catalyst 6500 CatOS Nexus 7000/5000/1000V NX-OSSAN-OS MDS 9000 Business and Technology Working as One
  • 19. ScalabilityIncreased FEX, MAC,VLAN, Multicastscalability Versatility Layer 3 Routing or Layer 2 Cisco FabricPath readyPerformanceHighest density 10Gswitch with wire-speedperformance and low Flexibilitylatency Unified Ports gives users the flexibility to customize different personalities for each portCisco Nexus 5548UP / 5596UP Title
  • 20. Unified PortsDynamic and Efficient Port Allocation Availability 16-port Expansion Unified Port Module on the Nexus 5548, 5548-UP and 5596-UP All Ports on the Nexus 5548-UP and 5596-UP Native Lossless Ethernet – Benefits FC FCoE, iSCSI, NAS  Simplify switch Use-cases purchase - remove  Flexible LAN & storage ports ratio guess work convergence based on  Increase design business needs flexibility  Service can be adjusted  Remove specific based on the demand for protocol bandwidth specific traffic bottlenecks Title
  • 21. Nexus 5500 GEM Expansion Modules 16 ports 1/10 GE8 ports1/10 GE +8 ports1/2/4/8 G FC 16 ports Unified1/10 GE or 1/2/4/8 G FC Title
  • 22. Introducing Layer 3 CapabilitiesEnabling new Nexus 5500 deployments N55-D160L3 • Daughter-card for Nexus 5548P & N5548- • In-rack upgradeable for deployed units • Enables Layer 3 on all 48 10GE ports • 160Gbps (240Mpps) of Layer 3 processing • Additional 100W power consumption N55-M160L3 • Expansion module for Nexus 5596P • No front-panel ports • Enables Layer 3 on all ports of 5596P • 160Gbps (240Mpps) of Layer 3 processing • Expandable to 480Gbps of processing* • Functions as 48 port Linerate router* • Not compatible with 5548P • Additional 100W power consumption per module * Enabled in future with software upgrade Title
  • 23. Cisco Nexus 5500 PlatformLayer 3 Routing Capabilities Unicast Routing: Connected, Static, RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, FHRPs, 8K Routes, 8K Adjacencies Multicast Routing: PIM-SM, IGMP v2/3, MSDP, 2K IGMP Groups Interfaces: L3 Routed interfaces and Sub-Interfaces on N5500 ports, SVI routing for all other interfaces Security & Segmentation: VRF-Lite, Routed ACLs, Unicast RPF (uRPF) QoS: Modular QoS CLI, Deficit Weighted Round Robin (DWRR), Ingress Policing* Title
  • 24. Data Center Access Layer Options Top of Rack (ToR) • Typically 1-RU servers • 1-2 GE LOMs • Mostly 1, sometimes 2 ToR switches • Copper cabling stays within rack • Low copper density in ToR • Higher chance of East-West traffic hitting aggregation layer • Drives higher STP logical port count for aggregation layer • Denser server count Middle of Row (MoR) (or End of Row) • May be 1-RU or multi-RU servers • Multiple GE or 10GE NICs • Horizontal copper cabling for servers • High copper cable density in MoR • Larger portion of East-West traffic stays in access • Larger subnets  less address waste • Keeps agg. STP logical port count low (more EtherChannels, fewer trunk ports) • Lower # of network devices to manage© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 23
  • 25. Cisco Nexus 2000 SeriesPlatform Overview N2248TP N2232PP 48 Port 100/1000M Host 32 Port 1/10G FCoE Host Interfaces Interfaces 4 x 10G Uplinks 8 x 10G Uplinks FET-10G Cost Effective Fabric Extender Transceiver N2224TP 24 Port 100/1000M Host Interfaces 2 x 10G Uplinks N2232TM 32 Port 1/10GBASE-T Host Interfaces N2148T 8 x 10G Uplinks (Module) 48 Port 1000M Host Interfaces 4 x 10G Uplinks Title
  • 26. Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender (FEX)Model Nexus 2232PP- Nexus 2232TM- Nexus 2148T Nexus 2224TP Nexus 2248TP 10G 10GProduct Shipping Yes (Q1CY09) Yes (Q3CY10) Yes (Q2CY10) Yes (Q2CY10) Roadmap (Q2CY11)Form Factor 1 RU 1 RU 1 RU 1 RU 1 RUUplink Ports 4 x 10GbE SFP+ 2 x 10GbE SFP+ 4 x 10GbE SFP+ 8 x 10GbE SFP+ 8 x 10GbE SFP+Uplink Transceivers Copper CX-1 (passive): 1m, 3m, 5m. Copper CX1 (active): 7m, 10mSupported Optical: FET (Nexus 2200 platforms), SR, LRHost Facing Ports 48 x 1GbE RJ45 24 x 100/1000Base-T 48 x 100/1000Base-T 32 x SFP/SFP+ (1/10G) 32 x 1/10GBase-T RJ45 (note: 1000BaseT only) RJ45 RJ45FCoE N/A N/A N/A Yes NoDimensions 1.72 x 17.3 x 20.0 in 1.72 x 17.3 x 17.7in 1.72 x 17.3 x 17.7in 1.72 x 17.3 x 17.7 in 1.72 x 17.3 x 17.7 inOperational Power 165W 80-95W 95-110W 225-270W 350-415W (10GT 100m) 215-260W(1GT)Supports FET No Yes Yes Yes YesMultiple PortChannel Not Supported Yes Yes Yes Yesmember ports on aFEXScalability 1152 GbE Ports per N5K 576 GbE Ports per N5K 1152GbE Ports per N5K 768 10GE Ports /N5K 768 1/10GbT Ports per 768GbE Ports per N7K 1536 GbE Ports per N7K 1024 10GE Ports /N5K N5KNumber of FEX 24 FEX per N5500 24 FEX per N5500 24 FEX per N5500 24 FEX per N5500 24 FEX per N5500 Title 32 FEX per N7K (Delhi) 32 FEX per N7K 32 FEX per N7K (Delhi)
  • 27. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26
  • 28. Cisco UCSUnified Computing System
  • 29. Cisco Unified Computing System Product Portfolio Cisco UCS Blade Cisco UCS Rack UCS Manager Servers Servers  Single Management Domain  Best-of-Breed innovations  Industry leading performance  Dynamic provisioning of  Exceptional scalability  Choice of UCS form factor server, storage and network  Hardware State Abstraction  “Stateless” computing with (Service profiles) service profiles 6100 and 6200 Series Virtual Adapters 2100 and 2200 Series Fabric Interconnects  Consolidates multiple NICs Fabric Extenders  High performance scalability and HBAs  Data center network  Low latency multi-purpose  VM-FEX : VM Aware convergence Ethernet-based Fabric Networking  Simplified Connectivity  Data center network  Pass Through Switching &  Exceptional Bandwidth convergence. Hypervisor Bypass Title
  • 30. UCS Ecosystem EnterprisApplications e Vertical MarketsDatabase &MiddlewareManagementVirtualizationOperating System s Storage © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
  • 31. Unified Computing System Manager Embedded device manager for family of UCS components Enables stateless computing via Service Profiles Efficient scale: Same effort for 1 to 1000s blades APIs for integration with new and existing data center infrastructure Title
  • 32. Stateless Computing – Service Profile •RAID settings •Disk scrub actions •Number of vHBAs •HBA WWN assignments •FC Boot Parameters •HBA firmware •FC Fabric assignments for HBAs •QoS settings •Border port assignment per vNIC •NIC Transmit/Receive Rate SAN Limiting •VLAN assignments for NICs •VLAN tagging config for NICs •Number of vNICs •PXE settings LAN •NIC firmware •Advanced feature settings •Remote KVM IP settings •Call Home behavior •RemoteUUID firmware Server KVM •Serial over LAN settings •Boot order •IPMI settings •BIOS scrub actions Title •BIOS firmware •BIOS Settings
  • 33. Programmable Infrastructure  Comprehensive XML API, standards-based interfaces  Bi-Directional access to physical & logical internals Self Serve portals Management Tools Auditing Tools Direct UCS CLI UCS GUI 3rd Party Customer XML API System Status Physical Inventory Logical Inventory • Broad 3rd party integration support • Faster custom integration for customer use cases • Consistent data and views across ALL interfaces
  • 34. UCS ComponentsSAN LAN MGMT SAN G Fabric G S S Fabric G G  Cisco UCS A A Interconnect Interconnect G G G G G G UCS Manager UCS Manager Interconnect Chassis Compute Chassis Compute Chassis Fabric Extender C R I C Fabric Extender I R Fabric Extender Chassis Compute Node(s) M Adapter B P Adapter B P Adapter IO Adapter(s) X X X X X X x86 Computer x86 Computer Compute Node Compute Node (Half slot) (Full slot) Title
  • 35. Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects Cisco UCS 6100 and 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects: Generation Comparison Feature Cisco UCS™ 6100 Cisco UCS 6200 Series Series Flash memory 16-GB eUSB 32-GB iSATA DRAM 4-GB DDR3 16-GB DDR3 Processor Single-core Celeron 1.66 GHz Dual-core Jasper Forest 1.66 GHz Number of ports per unified port controller (UPC) 4 8 Number of virtual interfaces (VIFs) per UPC 128; port fixed 4096 programmable Flexibility Buffering per port 480 KB 640 KB VLANs 1000 1000 (4000 future) Active SPAN sessions 2 4 (with dedicated buffer)Performance Latency 3.2 microseconds 2 microseconds MAC address table 16,000 16,000 (32,000 future) Data Center Bridging (DCB) forwarding Future Future Layer 3 switching No Future IGMP entries 1000 4000 (future) PortChannels 16 48 (96 in 6296) Cisco® FabricPath No Future Title
  • 36. Cisco UCS 2100 Series and 2200 Fabric Extenders2104/2204, and 2208 Fabric Extender  Connects UCS blade chassis to the Fabric Interconnect  Four or eight 10 Gigabit Ethernet, FCoE capable, SFP+ ports  Up to 2 Fabric Extenders per chassis for redundancy and up to 160 Gbps of bandwidth per chassis  Hardware based support for Cisco VN-Link technology  Fully managed by UCS Manager through Fabric Interconnect Title
  • 37. Ejemplo reduccion de cables LAN SAN A SAN B LAN SAN A SAN B 8 4 2 2 Nearly twice the Cables 16 Servers Enet FC Total 16 Servers Enet FC Total Adapters 20 20 40 Adapters 20 0 20 Switches 2 2 4 Switches 2 0 2 Cables 40 40 80 Cables 40 0 40 Mgmt Pts 2 2 4 Mgmt Pts 2 0 2© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36
  • 38. Wire once - Throughput 1st Generation 2nd Generation 40 Gig per fabric 80 Gig Per fabric2104XP 2208XP Title
  • 39. Cabling Comparison (System in Production) UCS Legacy - HP© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 38
  • 40. UCS 5108 Blade ChassisChassis Up to 8 half slot blades Up to 4 full slot blades 4x power supplies, N+N grid redundant 8x fans included 2x UCS 2104/2204 or 2208 Fabric Extenders All items hot-pluggable Title
  • 41. MCA-R Fault Isolation with vSphere 5.0 VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM ESXi 5.0 ESXi 5.0UNCORRECTABLE TO OF DEATH CORRECTABLE MEMORY PFA PURPLE LOGGED FOR ERROR ERROR SCREEN ESXi ERROR REBOOT SERVER REPORT MEMORY STATUS: GOOD UNCORRECTABLE LOCATION BAD CORRECTABLE RESTARTED MARK MEMORYMEMORY PFA RESTART FAILED VM INERROR ERROR LOGGED ESXi POOL VMSTATUS:MEMORY ERROR REPORT TO FOR ISOLATE ERROR GETS GOOD HP DL585G7 XEON E7 Server MCA-Recovery Provides Isolation From Otherwise Fatal System Errors Title
  • 42. UCS Blade Servers New! B200 M2 B250 M2 B200 M3 B230 M2 B440 M2Chassis Slots 1 2 1 1 2 CPU socket 2 2 2 2 CPU Type Intel 5600 Intel 5600 Intel E5-2600 Intel E7-2800 Intel E7-4800 Max. Cores 12 12 16 20 40 DIMMs 12 48 24 32 32 Max GB 192GB 384GB 768GB 512GB 512GB Disk 2 x 2.5” 2 x 2.5” 2 x 2.5” 2 SSD 4 x 2.5” Raid 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1/5/6Integrated I/O No No Dual 20Gb No No Mezz 1 2 1 1 2 Title
  • 43. UCS Rackmount Servers New! New! C200 M2 C210 M2 C250 M2 C220 M3 C240 M3 C260 M2 C460 M2 RU 1 2 2 1 2 2 4CPU Socket 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 Intel E5- Intel E7- Intel E7-CPU Type Intel 5600 Intel 5600 Intel 5600 Intel E5-2600 2600 2800 4800Max. Cores 12 12 12 16 16 20 40 DIMMs 12 12 48 16 24 64 64 Max GB 192GB 192GB 384GB 512GB 768GB 1TB 1TB 8 x 2.5” or 8 x 2.5” or 24 x 2.5” or 16 x 2.5” or Disk 16 x 2.5” 8 x 2.5 16 x 2.5” 4 x 3.5” 4 x 3.5” 12 x 3.5” 32 x SSD 2 x 1Gb + 2 x 2 x 1Gb + LoM 2 x 1Gb 2 x 1Gb 2 x 1Gb 2 x 1Gb 4 x 1Gb 10Gb 2 x 10Gb 2 x PCIe 5 x PCIePCIe Slots 2 x PCIe 2.0 5 x PCIe 2.0 5 x PCIe 2.0 3.0 3.0 6 x PCIe 2.0 10 x PCIe 2.0 Title
  • 44. Resumen de ventajas de Cisco UCS Single Point of ManagementUnified Fabric Expanded Memory Virtualized Adapters Service Profiles Title
  • 45. Logicalis integrador de Data Center Infraestructura Data Center IT Data Center Networking Title
  • 46. ¡Muchas Gracias! @carlosspera

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