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Pragma torino 20mar2014 vr02
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Pragma torino 20mar2014 vr02

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Evento VMware/IBM - La Venaria Cascina Medici del Vascello 20 marzo 2014 - Intervento IBM

Evento VMware/IBM - La Venaria Cascina Medici del Vascello 20 marzo 2014 - Intervento IBM

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  • 1. IT Infrastrutture Matters Software Defined Infrastructure Matteo Bregni IBM Italia SpA STG sales specialist
  • 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation2 • Workloads statically assigned to resources manually • IT Operations manually map the resources to the application for software deployment • Manual optimization and reconfiguration to reactively address infrastructure issues Traditional Environment Software Defined Environment Software Defined Environments Advantages • Workloads dynamically assigned resources based on application characteristics and availability • Software maps resources to the workload and deploys the workload. • Analytics-based optimization and reconfiguration to address infrastructure issues
  • 3. © 2013 IBM Corporation3 Software Defined Infrastructure Compute Storage Network CloudAnalytics MobileSocial Compute Resource Inventory Monitoring and Reporting Optimization Events Infrastructure Patterns Workload-Contexts Service Level Policy Open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) Software Defined Environments: The ENABLER
  • 4. © 2012 IBM Corporation4 Applications Storage Networking Virtualization ManagementCompute Tools Flexible and open choice in a fully integrated system Software defined Infrastructure IBM & Not only EASY AUTOMATED IBM PureFlex System
  • 5. © 2013 IBM Corporation5 Raw Usable Allocated Active Data Size 30% loss RAID Spares 30% loss LUN Sizes Performance 15% loss Unused LUN’s Zero access 40% loss Utilisation The New Economics of Storage Changing the Storage cost curve LEVERAGING SOFTWARE DEFINED STORAGE Leveraging On Software Defined Storage
  • 6. © 2013 IBM Corporation6 IBM Storwize Platform Software Defined Storage – Storwize family V7000 V7000UV3700 Flex System V7000 SAN Volume Controller V5000 External Virtualization Incredible Ease-of-Use Easy Tier RAID Innovative GUI SAN Virtualization Snapshots Clustered Systems IBM Real-time Compression Flex System V7000 Storwize V3700/V5000/7000U Active Cloud Engine Smart Cloud Storage Access Storwize family
  • 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation IBM Storwize Family: Easy Tier and Compression  Use Compression and Easy tier functions tougher for the same volume at the same time –Enjoy improved performance and up to 5x compression for the same data –No competitive system offers similar capability  Easy Tier algorithm adjusted when compression used Performance up to 3x Compress data up to 80% 7
  • 8. © 2013 IBM Corporation8 3x throughput SVC V7000 V3700 V5000 Source Volume Destination Volume TCP/IP Network IBM Storwize Family: IP Replication
  • 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation9 Matteo_Bregni@it.ibm.com +39 335 7693515

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