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Managing Sql Sprawl With Hp Poly Serve Managing Sql Sprawl With Hp Poly Serve Presentation Transcript

  • Managing SQL Sprawl with HP PolyServe Breakfast Briefing Thursday 26 th June 2008 For the benefit of all attendees, please ensure mobile phones are switched off Welcome
  • Agenda 09:00 Introduction Ian Jauncey - Chairman, Itex 09:05 PolyServe Solutions Nick Coombs, PolyServe Product Specialist, Hewlett Packard 09:25 PolyServe Demonstration Phil Newman, PolyServe Product Specialist, Hewlett Packard 09:45 Q&A 09:55 Summary and Close Ian Jauncey
  • Evolution
    • Business needs growing
    • Server costs reducing
    • Virtualisation creating sprawl
  • Itex and Hewlett Packard
    • Itex worked with HP for over 30 years
    • Itex focused on HP servers and storage for over 10 years
    • Itex is an HP preferred partner
  • PolyServe SQL Consolidation Nick Coombs
  • Who’s PolyServe – A Hewlett-Packard Company
    • Innovative Systems Software Company
      • Founded in 1999
      • Background: NUMA-Q OS Team from Sequent Computer
    • Strong Customers
      • Over 500 customers
      • Thousands of nodes in production
      • Mostly mission-critical data center deployments
      • Delivery real utility computing today
    • Strong Partnerships
      • HP: Worldwide NAS OEM deal
      • Novell: Core Data Center Linux partner
      • Microsoft: Endorsed as preferred NAS cluster partner
      • Microsoft and Novell are also end user customers
      • Oracle: OSCP and 10g Certifications
    HP Confidential
  • HP Confidential SQL - Customer Challenge
  • Server Sprawl HP Confidential
    • Uneven Server Utilization
      • Over-provision for peaks & future
      • Dedicated servers to simplify planning
      • Dedicated servers to limit failure impact
    • Many Management Points
    • Increases Maintenance Windows
    • High-cost High Availability
      • Waste passive servers
      • Configure identical servers
      • Intervene on failed failovers
  • HP Confidential The PolyServe Solution
  • HP Database Utility for SQL Server
    • Dynamic Re-Hosting™ for Optimization
      • Stack multiple instances
      • Buy only what you need
      • React in 30 seconds
    • Guaranteed High Availability for All
      • All servers are active
      • Guaranteed, mixed failovers – Fan out
    • One-Click Maintenance
      • Dynamic Re-Hosting™ for offload and upgrades
      • Hot insertion of mixed servers and storage
      • One Windows install per server
      • Push installs and hot fixes
    HP Confidential SQL 12 X MATRIX MANAGER SHARED DATA SQL 7 SQL 8 SQL 10 SQL 9 SQL 13 SQL 14 SQL 1 SQL 6 SQL 2 SQL 3 SQL 5 SQL 4 SQL 5 SQL 12 SQL 11
  • PolyServe Matrix Server
    • Cluster File System
      • All nodes can read and write all data concurrently
      • Up to 16 nodes per cluster
      • Any mix of node sizes and speeds
      • Full support for Linux and Windows
      • Certified by Oracle and Microsoft
      • Mix OS levels in one cluster
      • Mix PolyServe levels in one cluster
    • High-Availability Services
      • Fault tolerance using standard servers
      • Full classic clusterware features
      • Full n:1, n-m monitoring and failover
    • Cluster Volume Manager
      • Virtualize storage across multiple LUNs or arrays
      • Striping, concatenation, online file system growth
    HP Confidential
  • HP Confidential
  • Total Cost of Ownership HP Confidential Source: IDC Server Environment Average Five-Year Total Cost of Ownership (non-virtualized)
  • Microsoft Recognition HP Confidential
  • Benefits HP Confidential
    • Reduction in Physical Servers
    • Rack Space – 2A per server
    • Power - £2,207 per server over three years (7pence per kWh, PUE=2.5)
    • C02 Emissions – 13.56 Tonnes per server over three years
    • Software Licenses – SQL, Backup, …
    • Software Maintenance – SQL, Backup, …
    • Management Costs
    • Agility – Decrease New Application deployment times
    • Availability – HA for all servers at no extra cost
    • Disk Space – Typical 33% reduction of Shared Storage
  • Thank You Nick Coombs 07703 022278 [email_address]
  • Managing SQL Sprawl with HP PolyServe
    • Q&A
    • Summary
    • What next?
    • Close
    • Please remember to fill in our feedback form
    • Copies of this presentation are available on USB memory stick
  • HP Confidential Tools (Appendix)
  • Easy Path From Sprawl to the SQL Server Utility HP Confidential
    • Graphical Tool That Automates Process
      • Auto-discovers databases
      • Moves databases selectively
      • Auto-creates new databases
    • Migrate SQL Server 2000 or Upgrade to SQL Server 2005
      • From standalone or clustered
      • From DAS or SAN
    • Safe, Proven and Repeatable Process
      • Manages source back up
      • Stages steps with validation
      • Documents steps in reports
  • Migration Tool Capabilities
    • Supported migration scenarios:
      • SQL 2000 to SQL 2000
      • SQL 2000 to SQL 2005
      • SQL 2005 to SQL 2005
    • What the tool does:
      • Migrate user databases
      • Migrate SQL logins
      • Migrate Linked/remote servers
      • Migrate SQL jobs
    this
  • Connection String Management – Instance Alias Tool HP Confidential Connection 201.25.2.100 SQL Data serv1 SQL Server (Default) (1433) Client1 Application serv1 201.25.2.100:1433 serv1 1433  40001 1433 201.25.2.100:1433 40001 Client Connection Strings Don’t Change 201.25.2.100 (VSQL1) Multiple Virtual IPs each with a Default named instance (port 1433) are hosted per physical cluster node SQL Data 201.25.2.1 poly1 SQL Server (NInst1) (40001) 201.25.2.2 poly2 SQL Server (NInst2) (40002) 201.25.2.102 (VSQL3) 201.25.2.101 (VSQL2) 201.25.2.103 (VSQL4) 201.25.2.104 (VSQL5) Migrate instance Migrate IP (optional) Alias
  • Thank You Nick Coombs 07703 022278 [email_address]