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  • Key points When it comes to the use of cloud services, business today is actually outpacing IT. Business users have been quick to recognize the cloud’s advantages in speeding innovation, accelerating business processes, and reducing time to revenue. They’re clamoring for greater cloud access, and in some cases even bypassing IT and signing up for public cloud services like those from Amazon and Microsoft. But enterprises and service providers have been slower to adopt cloud solutions because of well-founded concerns about security, management, and efficiency. They’re uneasy about trying to manage private and public clouds with traditional in-house IT environments. They worry about application robustness, security, and agility. They agonize over the potential for fragmentation and inefficiency stemming from piecemeal and ad hoc adoption of cloud “puzzle pieces.” And in particular, they lament the lack of a comprehensive, integrated cloud solution. Yet even while CIOs need to ensure security and maintain SLA’s, they face mounting pressure to accelerate service delivery, enhance business agility, and improve financial flexibility. They’re also eager to shift the budget away from capital expense and toward operating expense. They know cloud solutions can help them accomplish these goals, to be sure. But it will have to be the right cloud solution. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Legacy data center have become silos – costly, complex, lots of choreography (OpEx), too many people involved The processes to get things done are cumbersome and time consuming, unsustainable: IT is at a breaking point The example above shows how complicated it can be to deliver an application infrastructure. It requires many processes and teams coordinating to order the system, locate equipment, secure approvals, set up the servers, storage, networking, load and patch the OS, virtualization and application software, and bring it all online. Many of you have probably experienced this. When the business requests a new application from IT, can take weeks or months until the application is up and running. We set out years ago to solve this problem, automate the steps, accelerate service delivery and improve service quality.
  • Here’s an example of converged infrastructure in action. HP CloudSystem Matrix brings together server blades, storage blades, virtualized networking, and software for management, automation, and disaster recovery—all in a single, integrated infrastructure platform. HP CloudSystem Matrix moves you beyond fragmented components to a converged infrastructure platform that doubles administrator productivity, with payback in less than a year. It allows you to provision and modify a complex infrastructure in minutes instead of months. Because it’s built on the industry’s leading blade architecture with proven technologies, you know it’s reliable. CloudSystem Matrix integrates with existing third-party storage and network environments. It lets you stand up a complete infrastructure environment ready for applications in minutes, not months. This quick time-to-value is made possible with capabilities for automated provisioning of servers with storage and network connections. With built-in HP Insight software, you can provision a complex multi-tier application infrastructure in less than two hours. The platform builds on proven HP innovations. A few examples: Accelerate your business: HP Insight Software can deliver faster time to business value by reducing administration costs by 29 percent and decreasing downtime by up to 77 percent. ID-VSE can reduce the cost of common data center tasks by up to 40 percent. It provides disaster recovery with the “push of a button.” Site “role-reversal” allows for a remote site to become the primary site, and allows the ability to set up failover scenarios back to the original site when availability exists again. Greatly improve service levels: CloudSystem Matrix improves your ability to easily maintain service levels with built-in disaster recovery. With a simple mouse click, you can move workloads to other servers or sites, improving recovery time by 80 percent or more. You can fail over workloads in as few as five minutes across physical and virtual servers. Transform data center economics: CloudSystem Matrix transforms the economics of your data center, helping you double administrator productivity, and double the capacity of your data center without adding power infrastructure. It helps you increase asset utilization and reduce capital expenses. 4:1 network consolidation reduces network edge switching costs by up to 75 percent. This is accomplished with HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 technology built into BladeSystem Matrix. And it reduces cabling by up to 94 percent. This is a system integrated by design to enable shared services and work in tandem with your other data center resources. CloudSystem Matrix changes the ground rules for what it costs to host and deliver an application. For example, in Matrix test and development environments: Easily repurpose test and dev infrastructure to test multiple services and then quickly provision identical infrastructure in production use tested templates … and be able to bring production environments back into a test environment. Engineers don’t have to wait for equipment, increasing developer efficiency by up to 40 percent. Matrix increases utilization of test and dev equipment by up to 10x … and will free up IT teams that are consumed with constantly setting up systems. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Executive notes: I mentioned that BladeSystem Matrix is the most obvious and easiest onramp to Private Cloud in the industry but what did I mean by this. Well much of what you need to implement a Private Cloud comes ‘right out the box’ with Matrix. In the future we see this extended to public cloud, as well. This includes A Self Service Portal A Service Catalog of infrastructure deployment best practices that is partner and customer extensible The resource pool itself with compute, storage, networking resources Automated infrastructure provisioning that delivers the service in minute not months. And Capacity planning and management tools to keep the resources and services healthy and optimized. With this you can see we have provided the bulk of what is needed for a Private Cloud. A BladeSystem Matrix customer need only to use the Matrix Cloud APIs to integrate approval flows, billing/chargeback, etc in thus implementing their own private cloud Key points: Matrix includes a Self-service Portal, from where users can pick from a service catalog a service (note: the service catalog can be easily created within Matrix), Resource pools are checked and allocated, and the service gets delivered. Once the service is up running Matrix will optimize the environment and perform capacity planning and other management tasks as needed. The request can be delivered in minutes!!! Matrix includes a cloud API (as of version 6.0), which allows a lot of additional integration capabilities customers want to do on the path to a private cloud. That combined with workflow customization via the embedded Orchestration Operations allows customization of additional process, e.g. the approval process or post provisioning processes. Sound bites: Matrix is the foundation of your Private Cloud solution.
  • Message 1 : Instantly adjust to dynamic business demands. Provision and modify complex infrastructure in minutes, not months. Provision infrastructure in minutes: The HP CloudSystem Matrix lets you stand up a complete infrastructure environment ready for your applications in minutes by automating the provisioning of servers with their storage and networking connections. A complex application infrastructure can be up and running in 108 minutes (1) rather than days or months. That is the amount of time required for one administrator to automatically provision infrastructure for an e-shopping application. With traditional infrastructure this took 33 days. Optimize infrastructure confidently: Matrix provides deep insight into your infrastructure and lets you quickly adjust your environment over its lifecycle so you can predictably make changes without time-consuming analysis. Key data points like power draw, CPU, and network utilization are captured every 5 minutes (more than a thousand data points per server per day) and are used to generate best-fit consolidation scenarios. When combined with built-in rebalancing tools, this can eliminate weeks or months of tedious planning and implementation (3). Protect continuity of services : Protect and automatically recover workloads in minutes not days , with built-in cost-effective disaster recovery. Matrix lets you move workloads to other servers or sites with a simple mouse click, improving recovery time by 80 percent or more (4). Fail over workloads in as few as 5 minutes (5) across physical and virtual servers. Source: Based on experiences of HP customers and HP engineering. 108 minutes: To get here takes significant upfront configuration and design to enable this series of streamlined steps (e.g. create application templates). Defining initial/best-practice template (including template/workflows/RDP jobs and VM templates, etc.) took a couple of weeks. These templates are then used repeatedly for automated provisioning. Since we plan to make much of this available to future customers as value add, it will likely take less time for them to adapt to their environment. Source: Product Specifications Source: Result of product specifications HP product marketing, based on customer survey HP Engineering testing More details for use where required: 108 minutes is from logging into Matrix self-service portal to up and running service with configured applications. Initiate (5 minutes): Log into portal, select template and verify details, request, fill out request details (e-mail, which pools, lease period, etc.) and submit. Approval (5 minutes): Create ticket in HP Service Manager, review ticket details, and approve in HP Service Manager which automatically allows provisioning process to continue. Obviously approval times can vary. Provision Infrastructure (38 min): Automatically provision 3 blades, 3 virtual machines, automated attach of storage with NPIV, and allocate network addresses; no additional administrator interaction required; no LAN or SAN team interaction required. Install application (60 min): Install and configure Oracle RAC and WebLogic applications using custom scripted workflows (previously developed by this customer) [NDA: Planning on making this standardized out of the box.] Upfront work to install and configure Matrix not included. The typical process for the customer was 33 days because of the number of people/teams involved, communication errors/missed handoffs, and configuration errors that cause delays. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
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  • Key points: With Matrix we deliver “One touch infrastructure to application provisioning” by integrating HP Server Automation from HP Software’s BTO portfolio (Business Technology Optimization) As you can see in the screenshot you can specify in the Matrix screen that you would like to provision a specific application – in this case Oracle WebLogic Server through SA. To configure that you needn’t to leave the Matrix user interface: The template designer, self service portal and automated provisioning are all possible for both infrastructure and applications from the same user interface. Server Automation provides in addition to application provisioning, lifecycle management and audit/compliance management Sound bites: Bottom line: Integration of Insight Dynamics and Server Automation enables customers to provision applications in the same way that they provision infrastructure. The result: Infrastructure and application up and running in minutes Additional information: Q: Didn’t you already announce Server Automation integration with Insight Dynamics 6.0? What has changed? Integration of Server Automation with Insight Dynamics 6.0 was limited to HP ProLiant blades with Virtual Connect and/or VM hosts with VMware ESX. Insight Dynamics 6.1 extends support to all HP ProLiant servers supported by Insight Dynamics, adds Hyper-V support and expands capabilities with VMware to include linked clones. Q: How does BladeSystem Matrix & Insight Dynamics integration with Server Automation relate to the recent announcement about Cloud Service Automation? HPs’ Cloud Service Automation is a new solution brand from HP Software & Solutions, designed to provide specific set of products/services to help enterprise customers implement the management and automation required for a private cloud environment. Server Automation is an integral part of this solution. Through integration with Server Automation, BladeSystem Matrix and Insight Dynamics are integrated with Cloud Service Automation. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • [Emphasize the economic benefits beyond consolidation/virtualization by doubling administrator productivity, energy savings and improved asset utilization through converged infrastructure that can be optimized for peak efficiency.] Message 2 : Transform the economics of your data center – double administrator productivity(6) with payback in less than a year   Double productivity of administrators, reducing your operating expenses Server management and administration personnel costs can represent over 80% of the costs of a typical IT organization today(7). With Matrix, your staff can configure and manage up to a thousand servers as a single domain(8) reducing the staff time required for routine tasks. With Virtual Connect technology, only from HP, provision server network and storage connections upfront for your entire environment to eliminate add/move/change requests. By eliminating manual coordination between server, storage, and network administrators for everyday tasks, couples with automation of many manual-intensive tasks your administrators save time and you save money. (ESS Message: Productivity)   Double the capacity of your datacenter without adding power infrastructure(9) Thermal Logic technology in Matrix lets you reclaim trapped capacity by dynamically ‘capping’ power, so data center power and cooling are not over provisioned, reducing blades power and cooling infrastructure requirements by up to 50% , without impacting performance. Matrix also lets you assess energy costs of different consolidation scenarios in minutes, helping you achieve even greater power efficiencies. (ESS Message: energy)   Increase asset utilization, reducing your capital expenses 4:1 network consolidation reduces network edge switching costs up to 75% using the HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 technology built into HP CloudSystem Matrix, and reduces cabling by up to 94%(10). Optimize server utilization and recapture unused resources using the integrated capacity planning and lifecycle management to avoid over- and under - provisioning. Avoid “stale” virtual machines, with the ability to put end dates on new virtual machines. (ESS Message: utilization) Footnotes (6)Micros Fidelio case study: grew 50% and only added 25% more staff; IDC White Paper Sponsored by HP, Gaining Business Value and ROI with HP Insight Control, Doc # #218069, May 2009 (7) IDC White Paper Sponsored by HP, Realizing TCO Savings with HP CloudSystem Virtual Connect Flex-10 Technology, Doc # 218222, May 2009 (approved)   (8)Product specs (9)Dynamic Power Capping TCO and Best Practices White Paper, http://h71028.www7.hp.com/ERC/downloads/4AA2-3107ENW.pdf (10)Virtual Connect Flex 10 product specs  
  • Comparing rack to blades Savings come from the following areas: Capital Costs are reduced primarily due to the sharing of power, LAN, and SAN infrastructure at the BladeSystem enclosure level rather than for every individual rack server. This results in a drastic reduction in Power Distribution Units, power cables, LAN and SAN switches, connectors, adapters, and cables. Installation/Deployment Labor Costs: One area that contributes heavily to the installation labor savings is the drastic reduction in LAN, SAN, & power cables that need to be dealt with for blade servers. Virtual Connect: Capital Costs savings come from the cost delta between Virtual Connect + Flex 10 and the cost of traditional LAN & SAN infrastructure required to achieve a comparable level of connectivity and bandwidth. Power and Cooling Consumption cost savings come from the delta between energy required to power Virtual Connect + Flex 10 and the energy required to power the traditional LAN & SAN infrastructure at a comparable level of connectivity and bandwidth. Matrix: Capital Costs: With CloudSystem Matrix, fewer blade servers are required to run the same total application workload. This is due to the ability to share a pool of infrastructure resources (Reuse/Repurpose) across multiple applications and work teams. Matrix Insight Dynamics Infrastructure Orchestration enables pre-designed, pre-approved physical & virtual server configurations to be quickly provisioned for specific lease periods, and then returned to the resource pool when no longer needed. This allows Test & Development teams to share resources for short term projects. Infrastructure can also be provisioned to accommodate temporary application peaks and returned to the resource pool when demand decreases. HP CloudSystem Matrix further reduces the number of servers necessary through Continuous Consolidation (described earlier in this report). Power & Cooling Costs are reduced due to the reduction of necessary infrastructure.
  • Message 3: Integrated by design. Built on the industry’s leading blade architecture. Highly flexible, scalable architecture for shared services built on proven technologies: Matrix is built on the modular HP BladeSystem platform and its core technologies including Virtual Connect, Thermal Logic, and Insight Software. With over 1.6 million blade servers (11) and more than a million Insight software licenses delivered (12) worldwide in environments from small business to the most mission-critical enterprise applications, the BladeSystem delivers a proven architectural approach with proven business benefits. Matrix scales to a thousand servers, managed as a single domain. Using standard components that can be dynamically changed, you get the efficiencies of standardization without sacrificing flexibility. If you have an HP BladeSystem environment, Matrix is the next logical step. Integrate seamlessly into your existing environment: HP CloudSystem Matrix works with the common technologies and processes used in data centers today. It integrates seamlessly with most storage and network fabrics, including EMC and Cisco, in addition to HP StorageWorks and ProCurve. It connects to industry-leading IT service management platforms so it aligns with your existing processes. It runs any application out of the box, and is integrated with the leading virtualization technologies from VMware, Microsoft and HP. In fact, HP has more VMware certified professionals than anyone except VMware (13). It also includes best practice templates for infrastructures supporting common applications such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint so you can get started quickly. See interoperability highlights below.   Easy to get started without risk: Every HP CloudSystem Matrix is pre-configured and installed by HP experts and includes all-in-one services to get your shared services platform ready for your business in days not months. HP Factory Express solution integration delivers your custom HP CloudSystem Matrix to your door, fully tested and configured by HP. Regional implementation experts ensure fast and reliable deployment. Every Matrix comes with HP Care Pack Services for ongoing support delivered by trained services professionals around the world. Sources (11) IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, June 2009 (approved) (12)HP http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/reality-check-server-insights/archive/2009/06/25/ttx-company-announced-as-1-millionth-insight-control-customer-at-hp-tech-forum.aspx (13)HP http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/vmware/index.html Interoperability highlights (tailor to audience) OS -- see chart above. Basically Windows and Linux (and limited functionality of Matrix on Integrity HP-UX -- limited functionality meaning that we don't support Integrity with IO and IR primarily) Hypervisor integration -- VMware ESX or HyperV Management incl. VMware, Microsoft and HP Software BSA/BSM -- We integrate with Virtual Center, MS System Center, and HP Software (Operations Orchestration) – For example: Offering benefits to the virtualization and the server admin, Matrix delivers deep insight into the physical infrastructure and VMware delivers deep insight into the virtual infrastructure including association of physical and virtual servers. The benefits range from increased uptime, the most advanced power control to the best mobility for physical and virtual machines. Together we offer increased uptime by integrating pre-failure alerts with VMware vCenter to trigger the evacuation of VMs before a failure occurs. For more information compare the VM information section on the sales portals. Storage/SANs -- FC SANs - any c-Class/Virtual Connect-certified FC SAN is supported; StorageWorks, EMC, IBM, Network Appliance, Hitachi Networking -- works seamlessly with any switching infrastructure (Cisco Catalyst/Nexus, etc.) -- we do not participate in the network fabric (VC ports appear to the LAN as NICs not switch ports) Matrix includes best practice templates for common applications such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint so you can get started quickly. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • HP CloudSystem is the industry’s most complete, integrated, open platform that enables enterprises and service providers to build and manage services across private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Based on HP Converged Infrastructure and HP Cloud Service Automation , CloudSystem delivers an integrated approach to cloud that to automates the application to infrastructure lifecycle that in turn accelerates business processes, reduces time to revenue, and enables a shift of IT resources from maintenance and operations to innovation. We have 3 offerings in the CloudSystem portfolio Entry configuration for private clouds and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) with HP CloudSystem Matrix that lets customers provision infrastructure and applications in minutes; Full-scale deployment of private and hybrid cloud environments with HP CloudSystem Enterprise , which lets customers unify management across private, public and hybrid clouds and adds advanced application to infrastructure life cycle management; Advanced capabilities for service providers with HP CloudSystem Service Provider , facilitating deployment of public and hosted private clouds that deliver complete service aggregation and management. A word on CloudSystem Matrix. This includes HP BladeSystem with the Matrix Operating Environment along with integrated Cloud Service Automation software for Matrix for application provisioning & monitoring. We used to market these separately as BladeSystem Matrix and CSA4Matrix. We are now focusing all of our efforts on CloudSystem Matrix and you will see the name BladeSystem Matrix fade away. For customers who are not ready for the application piece of CloudSystem Matrix, we’ll allow them to opt out of that piece. But we are increasingly seeing that this is core functionality that customers ought to have. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • One of the most commonly asked questions about CloudSystem is if it is for only greenfield environments. The answer is clearly no. For existing HP customers we have a straightforward upgrade path from either a BladeSystem environment or a VirtualSystem environment. Using the HP CloudSystem Matrix Conversion Service, customers can keep their current infrastructure and move their management environment to a CloudSystem Matrix and from their to a larger CloudsSystem as their business needs demand. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Key points CloudStart is the industry’s most complete, turnkey private cloud solution. Delivers an environment that matches public cloud within 30 days HP provides all the services need to get this set up, so customers can focus on business value, not integration and technology selection. Notes Within 30 days, IT can deliver to their users an environment that matches what they get if they go to a public cloud like Amazon EC2, but deliver that with the control and security of internal IT. So, within 30 days after hardware installation, users can Request a compute service via a portal Have service provided immediately Use the service without worrying about security, management, etc Scale or cancel the service Get a regular report on consumption or chargeback Users can be IT developers, or even business users. HP CloudStart empowers businesses to deliver pay-per-use services reliably and securely from a common portal, and offers the ability to scale and deploy new services automatically. Access to consumption and chargeback reports in real time allows clients to operate their private cloud in the same fashion as a public cloud. HP provides all the services need to get this set up, so customers can focus on business value, not integration and technology selection. At the end of 30 Days Customers have a cloud infrastructure of server, storage and network resources and a set of services ready to roll out to their users.   June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Let’s take a closer look at HP Cloud Maps. They provide an easy-to-use navigation system that can save you days or weeks of time architecting infrastructure for applications and services. They can reduce provisioning time by 80 percent. Cloud Maps accelerate the automation of business applications on BladeSystem Matrix, so you can reliably and consistently fast-track the implementation of service catalogs. HP Cloud Maps consist of tested engineering components, such as: Templates for hardware and software configuration that can be imported directly into BladeSystem Matrix, saving days or weeks of solution design time Sizers to help guide capacity and performance planning Workflows and scripts designed to automate installation more quickly and in a repeatable fashion Reference white papers to help customize the Cloud Map for your specific implementation We develop these templates with our ISV partners. This gives you access to pre-defined templates for multi-tenant cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) middleware and popular business applications. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
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  • HP is the one vendor able—today—to deliver a comprehensive, integrated cloud solution on a single platform, with all the attributes so prized by CIOs, service providers, and IT professionals. That solution is HP CloudSystem. Based on proven, market-leading HP Cloud Service Automation and HP Converged Infrastructure, HP CloudSystem combines servers, storage, networking, and security with automated system and hybrid service delivery management. The result is a complete cloud solution that’s prepared to fulfill the promise of “cloud driven” services and revenue for enterprises and service providers alike. HP CloudSystem is the product of HP’s experience in delivering industry-leading automation, application management, and Converged Infrastructure capabilities. It enables clients to build, manage, and consume cloud services across private clouds, public clouds, and traditional IT environments—without having to know, or care, whether those services come from HP CloudSystem’s own “on-premises” resources or from the public domain. Ultimately, the CloudSystem equates to ability for the enterprise and revenue growth for service providers. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Key points CloudSystem is a well defined product set with specific consulting and deployment services. The product set includes two core elements: Cloud Service Automation and CloudSystem Matrix, plus product extensions that come via the breadth and depth of HP’s Converged Infrastructure and Software portfolios – including: HP 3PAR Utility Storage: for highly scalable, thin provisioned, multi-tenant storage optimized for hybrid cloud HP solutions for end-to-end security, including physical and virtual, infrastructure to application including TippingPoint and ArcSight HP Networking: for core to edge virtualized, high performance switching fabric Mission Critical computing via HP-UX SaaS Aggregation with enhancements for Service Providers, including a robust services aggregation portal. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
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  • We NEED to leverage HPSW to win in the stack beyond infrastructure. Middle – Cloud Service Automation for CloudSystem Matrix Partner with HPSW SA, Sitescope and much more Will get HPSW to proactively recommend HP HW over 3 rd party Allows us to use HPSW’s technology vs RDP in these deals. TOP - HP SW works on a larger ref architecture which will require additional services, could be really large scale, could be HP and 3rd party, etc.
  • Key points: #1 worldwide – Clear leader in blades 13 quarters in a row, # of customers, # of blades, 2 Million shipped – Shipped x% more than IBM, Dell and Cisco combined; worlds best selling density server, etc. 3 Million VC ports - VC fastest growing virtual I/O, 3x more ports than Cisco Nexus (Cisco just announced sold millionth port), 4 million insight licenses, key innovations from 6th largest sw vendor Sound bites: “ HP’s leadership in the datacenter has been built over decades of innovation, experience and market leadership.” “ Innovations start with the largest blade server portfolio in the industry, broadly adopted by end-users” Notes: HP currently has a network of more than 5,000 industry-leading vertical and infrastructure ISV partners who are an integral part of providing solutions to customers. HP innovations continue in the areas of energy efficiency with HP Thermal Logic, and into network convergence with HP Virtual Connect Flex-10.. These are just csome of the reasons that have vaulted the HP BladeSystem to the top of the blade market with more than 50% revenue and unit share. This proven system is the foundation on which the Matrix architectural approach is built. So we know it works, and it works in real-world customer environments, not just our labs. Additional information: Clear leader in blades 13 quarters in a row, # of customers, # of blades, shipped x% more than IBM, VC fastest growing virtual I/O, 3x more ports than Cisco Nexus ( Cisco just announced sold millionth port), 4 million insight licenses, key innovations from 6 th largest sw vendor, worlds best selling density server, etc. HP’s leadership in the datacenter has been built over decades of innovation, experience and market leadership. Innovations start with the largest blade server portfolio in the industry, broadly adopted by end-users. HP has shipped over 1.6 million blade servers in the past decade. Plus, HP currently has a network of more than 5,000 industry-leading vertical and infrastructure ISV partners who are an integral part of providing solutions to customers. HP innovations continue in the areas of energy efficiency with HP Thermal Logic, and into network convergence with HP Virtual Connect Flex-10.. These are just csome of the reasons that have vaulted the HP BladeSystem to the top of the blade market with more than 50% revenue and unit share. This proven system is the foundation on which the Matrix architectural approach is built. So we know it works, and it works in real-world customer environments, not just our labs.
  • Major focuses for 2011 include Private Cloud enhancements and expansion of the overall Matrix eco-system. Specifically: Definitions of the two levels of storage support for Matrix: “ Matrix Supported” - For FC and iSCSI SAN storage (iSCSI limited to VM data stores only), Matrix supports solutions that have been tested with the Matrix-required version of Virtual connect, supports boot from SAN, and has the ability to present storage to non-visible WWNs (port names, not node names). This testing is typically done by the storage vendor itself. This is described in detail in the Insight Software Support Matrix and the Matrix Compatibility chart. “ Matrix Certified” – For select HP FC and iSCSI SAN storage solutions, additional testing is performed such that a “Matrix certified” label can be provided to that storage solution. This classification indicates that the HP storage has had more rigorous testing by HP within a Matrix environment, and in some cases Matrix takes advantage of a unique feature within the storage array environment. Version 6.3 – mid 1H CY 2011 Increased scalability for infrastructure orchestration in federated CMS mode (multiple CMS’ working together) – the target scalability is about 6000 for this timeframe. Introduction of added capabilities to increase multi-tenancy and chargeback capabilities. Included with this release timeframe are support for user groups and location code, allowing for better segmentation control of multiple “tenants” within a cloud environment. Extended platform support by picking up support for recently released HW environments as well as partner SW updates. Could be enabled after the 6.3 release ships – depending on the timing. HP-UX infrastructure integration support for multi-initiator NPIV (FlexFabric) and FCoE environments Expanded storage support: 3PAR F/T series Matrix certified support in 6.3 or possibly prior (Matrix supported certification in Feb ‘11 timeframe) HP P4800 SAN G2 iSCSI solution (VM data store only) for Matrix certified in 6.3 (potentially earlier), Matrix supported certification prior to 6.3 EVA 6300/6500 for Matrix certified – likely post 6.3 via update release (Matrix supported classification prior to 6.3) Storage Provisioning Manager support (better storage pool mgmt – SPM V1 capabilities) 3PAR F/T series planned for 6.3 EVA 6300/6500 likely post 6.3 via update release
  • Scalability for BladeSystem Matrix can be categorized into two categories. The first category is a single CMS, where all of the Matrix Operating Environment management software functions and can manage up to 1500 managed nodes at the currently supported levels. For infrastructure orchestration, the ability to manage and provision node counts significantly greater than the current 1500 limit relies upon a “Federated CMS” model. This model is made up of a “Primary CMS”, which is the master management server for the core environment. Additional “Secondary CMS” management servers can be driven by the Primary CMS to allow for additional provisioning of physical and virtual workloads. The rollout of the increased maximum scalability via the Federated CMS model for Infrastructure Orchestration provisioning is as follows: Via BladeSystem Matrix at the end of 2010 , provisioning for up to 4000 VM’s for IO as a TECHNOLOGY PREVIEW (non-production environments) Via BladeSystem Matrix at the end of 1H 2011, provisioning for up to 6000 VM’s for IO in a production environment Single CMS server scalability figures will also be increased during this timeframe, contributing to the increased Federated scalability numbers as outlined above. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Note: Customers cannot mix standard blades with URB in an enclosure. The enclosure should exclusively host only URB June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • BladeSystem Matrix environments support several multi-tenancy features today, some of which are enabled by HP SW offerings that are supported in a BladeSystem Matrix solution area. Specifically, the multi-tenancy features within Matrix today include: Physical and virtual server pools can be managed in a multi-tenant environment, as dictated by the server admin Individual user requests via the self-service portal within Matrix can be separated with multi-tenancy in mind Beyond individual users and virtual/physical server pools, many multi-tenancy controls are available today for a Matrix environment in the following areas: Support for User Groups supported today by using the HP Aggregation Portal from HP SW, which allows service providers to create and manage user groups, as well as the ability to customize the user group environment based on specific needs of the individual client. Support for network VLAN separation in a VM environment, is enabled by workflows via Operations Orchestration, as well as via the Network Automation utility for network configuration and management. This allows for the separation of VLANs between tenants within a service provider environment, allowing secure network access within that tenancy. Support for storage tenant support through both inherent capabilities with Matrix Storage Provisioning Manager, as well as via separate capabilities offered by Storage Essentials. The storage essentials specifics are listed at the bottom of this notes section. For 2011, Matrix will be providing support for the following multi-tenancy capabilities within the Matrix offering itself (not requiring the currently-available HP SW items as listed above): In 1H 2011 the ability to have User Group support, with delegated admin support introduced in 2H 2011 In 2H 2011 the ability to have VLAN separation enabled and supported within the infrastructure orchestration capability In 2H 2011 the extension of storage provisioning manager support via on-demand storage provisioning and “auto carving” within a multi-tenancy environment --------------------------- General Storage Essentials (including 3PAR capabilities) Storage Essentials today manages heterogeneous storage and already has capabilities available for 3Par. There are 3 primary use cases for Storage Essentials – asset discovery & topology, capacity optimization and performance management. Today SE can already perform the first two use cases for 3Par storage. Performance management is targeted for 1H 2011. In addition automatic storage tier identification and chargeback will be available for 3PAR as a patch for the current Storage Essentials 6.3 release. Multi-tenancy and Storage Essentials   Storage Essentials can help service providers today to support multiple customers using shared pools of storage (aka multi-tenancy). SE provides a Storage chargeback module for the service provider environment to automatically identify tiered storage and simplify the billing process for customers. Advanced reporting module allows providers to monitor capacity usage and trending of shared pools of storage. The benefit to the service provider is they assure customers that they are getting secure access to storage and they can offer differentiated storage offerings to customers. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • With Utility Ready Computing, we allow customers to have up to 20% spare capacity onsite and pay for it only when it gets used. And the way we determine they are using that capacity is simply if the blade is on or off.   The combination with Matrix is powerful because in our story we talk about physical and virtual servers and yet…who wants to have extra full servers sitting around doing nothing? With URC, you can have the server there, but only pay for it when it is turned on.   Matrix will identify that a server is in a resource pool as long as it is licensed in a chassis. Then when a server resource is required, Matrix will reach out to the blade, power it on and provision it. When the service/server is deactivated, the server is by default powered off.   The customer then only pays for that capacity when they are using it. This saves the customer money on the actual infrastructure while making sure they have all the physical resources they need. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Insight Dynamics protects continuity of services by providing, enabling, or enhancing a wide spectrum of availability and recovery solutions. For both ProLiant and Integrity platforms, the continuum of solutions range from server-aware and application-aware availability, to disaster recovery solutions for distances from campus to continental, supporting both physical and virtual server environments. Integrated support for physical and virtual logical servers on Integrity and ProLiant – Through enabling technologies like HP Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager, Insight Dynamics’ integrated set of infrastructure management tools allow for the seamless movement of physical and virtual environments within an enclosure, between enclosures, or between virtual server environments. Additionally, Insight Dynamics’ tools are utilized by more general purpose availability and recovery products on both Integrity and ProLiant, to insure that every availability requirement your business needs are provided. Intuitive visual movement of profiles for server availability – Through graphically-enabled management tools , planned availability and recovery scenarios can be quickly activated whenever the need arises. In parallel, the highly sophisticated availability and recovery solutions for more mission critical environments, such as Serviceguard on Integrity, can utilize many of the environments which are associated which are graphically managed as above. Server-aware recovery in minutes rather than hours or days – Whether you're running Integrity or ProLiant environments, “server-aware” recovery is provided to move your essential business environments without the requirement of having application awareness. These availability and recovery scenarios can be enabled with server profile recovery on ProLiant with a product such as Insight Dynamics recovery management . On both platforms, server profiles can be moved by virtual machine from one VM to another, enabled by the availability features of the virtualization solution (for ProLiant, through enablement of VMware availability envrionments, and on Integrity through Integrity Virtual Machines online guest movement . In all cases, the availability and recovery is provided within minutes, rather than the hours (or even days) that manual processes can take. Application-aware availability and recovery measured in seconds rather than minutes – For those environments where business-critical and mission-critical availability and recovery are required, Insight Dynamics integrates with “application-aware” solutions to provide a faster and more granular level of solution recovery. These solutions typically have more awareness of the state of an application, as well as system status, and can provide availability and recovery scenarios where the application can be brought up within seconds, rather than hours. For Integrity servers, the Serviceguard family of products provides the level of mission critical availability that customers require in these environments. Wide range of HA/DR solutions from HP as well as from key partners – Whether the solution is provided by HP, or through key virtualization or availability partners, Insight Dynamics’ integration is key to a more seamless level of availability. Regardless of the platform – Integrity or ProLiant – you’ll find that the spectrum of available solutions is unparalleled in the industry.
  • Insight Dynamics protects continuity of services by providing, enabling, or enhancing a wide spectrum of availability and recovery solutions. For both ProLiant and Integrity platforms, the continuum of solutions range from server-aware and application-aware availability, to disaster recovery solutions for distances from campus to continental, supporting both physical and virtual server environments. Integrated support for physical and virtual logical servers on Integrity and ProLiant – Through enabling technologies like HP Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager, Insight Dynamics’ integrated set of infrastructure management tools allow for the seamless movement of physical and virtual environments within an enclosure, between enclosures, or between virtual server environments. Additionally, Insight Dynamics’ tools are utilized by more general purpose availability and recovery products on both Integrity and ProLiant, to insure that every availability requirement your business needs are provided. Intuitive visual movement of profiles for server availability – Through graphically-enabled management tools , planned availability and recovery scenarios can be quickly activated whenever the need arises. In parallel, the highly sophisticated availability and recovery solutions for more mission critical environments, such as Serviceguard on Integrity, can utilize many of the environments which are associated which are graphically managed as above. Server-aware recovery in minutes rather than hours or days – Whether you're running Integrity or ProLiant environments, “server-aware” recovery is provided to move your essential business environments without the requirement of having application awareness. These availability and recovery scenarios can be enabled with server profile recovery on ProLiant with a product such as Insight Dynamics recovery management . On both platforms, server profiles can be moved by virtual machine from one VM to another, enabled by the availability features of the virtualization solution (for ProLiant, through enablement of VMware availability envrionments, and on Integrity through Integrity Virtual Machines online guest movement . In all cases, the availability and recovery is provided within minutes, rather than the hours (or even days) that manual processes can take. Application-aware availability and recovery measured in seconds rather than minutes – For those environments where business-critical and mission-critical availability and recovery are required, Insight Dynamics integrates with “application-aware” solutions to provide a faster and more granular level of solution recovery. These solutions typically have more awareness of the state of an application, as well as system status, and can provide availability and recovery scenarios where the application can be brought up within seconds, rather than hours. For Integrity servers, the Serviceguard family of products provides the level of mission critical availability that customers require in these environments. Wide range of HA/DR solutions from HP as well as from key partners – Whether the solution is provided by HP, or through key virtualization or availability partners, Insight Dynamics’ integration is key to a more seamless level of availability. Regardless of the platform – Integrity or ProLiant – you’ll find that the spectrum of available solutions is unparalleled in the industry.
  • Insight Dynamics protects continuity of services by providing, enabling, or enhancing a wide spectrum of availability and recovery solutions. For both ProLiant and Integrity platforms, the continuum of solutions range from server-aware and application-aware availability, to disaster recovery solutions for distances from campus to continental, supporting both physical and virtual server environments. Integrated support for physical and virtual logical servers on Integrity and ProLiant – Through enabling technologies like HP Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager, Insight Dynamics’ integrated set of infrastructure management tools allow for the seamless movement of physical and virtual environments within an enclosure, between enclosures, or between virtual server environments. Additionally, Insight Dynamics’ tools are utilized by more general purpose availability and recovery products on both Integrity and ProLiant, to insure that every availability requirement your business needs are provided. Intuitive visual movement of profiles for server availability – Through graphically-enabled management tools , planned availability and recovery scenarios can be quickly activated whenever the need arises. In parallel, the highly sophisticated availability and recovery solutions for more mission critical environments, such as Serviceguard on Integrity, can utilize many of the environments which are associated which are graphically managed as above. Server-aware recovery in minutes rather than hours or days – Whether you're running Integrity or ProLiant environments, “server-aware” recovery is provided to move your essential business environments without the requirement of having application awareness. These availability and recovery scenarios can be enabled with server profile recovery on ProLiant with a product such as Insight Dynamics recovery management . On both platforms, server profiles can be moved by virtual machine from one VM to another, enabled by the availability features of the virtualization solution (for ProLiant, through enablement of VMware availability envrionments, and on Integrity through Integrity Virtual Machines online guest movement . In all cases, the availability and recovery is provided within minutes, rather than the hours (or even days) that manual processes can take. Application-aware availability and recovery measured in seconds rather than minutes – For those environments where business-critical and mission-critical availability and recovery are required, Insight Dynamics integrates with “application-aware” solutions to provide a faster and more granular level of solution recovery. These solutions typically have more awareness of the state of an application, as well as system status, and can provide availability and recovery scenarios where the application can be brought up within seconds, rather than hours. For Integrity servers, the Serviceguard family of products provides the level of mission critical availability that customers require in these environments. Wide range of HA/DR solutions from HP as well as from key partners – Whether the solution is provided by HP, or through key virtualization or availability partners, Insight Dynamics’ integration is key to a more seamless level of availability. Regardless of the platform – Integrity or ProLiant – you’ll find that the spectrum of available solutions is unparalleled in the industry.
  • At the heart of Insight Recovery is the continuous access synchronous replication of the storage assigned to the logical servers, in other words an exact mirror of the primary site is maintained on the storage at the Recovery site. The actual failover process is a matter of invoking a activate the Logical Server on Recovery Site hardware which in turn boots the image associated to the recovery site logical server . This process is initiated from the Recovery Site CMS Insight Recovery GUI by changing the role In the diagram, there are two logical servers running at the Primary Site, a “red” and a “blue” logical server. As part of the configuration of Insight Recovery, a user can choose to protect a specified set of logical servers running at the Primary Site. In this example, the user has chosen to protect both the red and blue logical servers in the event of a disaster at the Primary Site using Insight Recovery. These logical servers are said to be “DR-PROTECTED” (Disaster Recovery – Protected) logical servers. Similarly, as part of the Insight Recovery configuration at the Recovery Site, two logical server profiles that were created and associated with the red and blue logical servers at the Primary Site, which are created but not activated at the Recovery Site. These are said to be “DR-PROTECTED/DR-DISABLED” logical servers at the Recovery Site. The DR-DISABLED flag indicates that these logical servers cannot be activated by the user through ID-VSE, and can only be activated as the result of performing a failover command in Insight Recovery, or by placing them into “Maintenance Mode” to enable them to be activated at the Recovery Site for testing purposes. The failover command will activate all “DR-PROTECTED/DR-DISABLED” logical servers at the Recovery Site, thereby converting them to “DR-PROTECTED”. As a side-effect of performing the failover command, the Recovery Site changes roles and becomes the new Primary Site.
  • This graphic shows the typical primary and recovery site configurations within a Matrix and/or Insight Dynamics environment. The specific use case here shows a physical blade on the primary site, represented through a logical server that will be utilized in the case of a disaster (planned or unplanned). By utilizing the “portable image” capability of Matrix 6.2, the physical blade workload can be recovered to EITHER another physical blade, or to an VMware ESX guest environment at the recovery site. Here, the use case is to consolidate physical workloads to a Vmhost, allowing for cost savings from multiple physical hosts to a single VM host with multiple guests. The added value (and what’s unique to HP), is that the same workload can also be recovered to a physical blade should the primary destination of a VMware VM host not be available. Customers can save with the physical to virtual recovery by consolidating from many to one physical environments, and due to the automated flexibility of recovering the same workload to either a virtual or physical environment, improve the likelihood of a complete DR recovery should the recovery site have unexpected resource issues.
  • June 15, 2011 HP Confidential You can also optimize resources by choosing the type of HP-UX Mission-critical virtualization that most appropriately matches your workload requirements. If electrical and security isolation is critical for you to separate specific workloads on a Superdome or high mid-range server, HP nPartitions addresses your needs. HP-UX Virtual Partitions enable you to carve up your nPartitions into software partitions with greater, core-level granularity, for additional flexibility. Integrity Virtual Machines provide hypervisor-based virtualization with shared resourcing. Integrity Virtual Machines provides automatic, dynamic, resource allocation, based on demand and entitlement. HP-UX Containers (aka HP-UX Secure Resource Partitions ) provide shared OS virtualization with dynamic, shared resource optimization. HP-UX Containers provide a lightweight workload deployment environment that enables you to consolidate multiple workloads within a single instance of the HP-UX 11i operating system. Depending on your specific workload requirements, you can balance between isolation and flexibility by using the right mix of HP-UX virtualization techniques. These virtualization techniques can be used in conjunction with each other. They also integrate with HP’s Serviceguard high availability solution, iCAP instant capacity, and the various system and infrastructure management tools HP-UX and the Matrix OE provide.
  • OK, so let’s look at an overview slide on Integrity VM. Integrity VM provides optimum….. If you look in the diagram, you see the Integrity VM Host, which manages the physical hardware and virtualizes those resources to the virtual machines guests above it. It shares processors and I/O, the dynamic resource allocation is built in (through pre-configured priorities and minimum and maximum resources) There can be (like for IBM) up to 20 VMs per processor core Integrity VM runs on ANY HP Integrity: server, nPartition or blade Since only the VM Host is put into Integrity security ring 0, the VMs have both OS fault and security isolation Integrity VM is designed for off-the-shelf multi-OS guests. We now support: HP-UX 11i v2 & v3, Windows Server 2003, and Red Hat Linux RHEL 4 update 4, and plan to provide SUSE Linux by end of 2007, and OpenVMS in the future However, something critical to remember is that virtual machines is a critical integrated component of the HP VSE, integrating with management, HA and instant capacity Virtualization Licensing is our policy for licensing HP-UX software in virtualized environments. You can either: run as many instances of software as you want in different virtual machines throughout the server or nPartition (i.e., license throughout the nPartition or server), or run software in as few instances as you need on just a portion of the server (i.e., purchase licenses for just the number of cores that the software is configured to run on). June 15, 2011
  • Integrity VM v4.2.5, Sept. 2010 provides the general release of suspend/resume, with Accelerated and legacy virtual I/O support This enables temporary stop & restart of VMs Early access was provided with v4.2 in March 2010 Captures the state of a VM, its OS, applications and workloads, - Temporarily stops the VM - Resumes the execution at a later time from the captured system & workload state Use cases: - Put workload “on a shelf” temporarily - Debugging problems that take a long time to reproduce - Cloning, replication & high availability
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  • OK, so let’s look at an overview slide on Integrity VM. Integrity VM provides optimum….. If you look in the diagram, you see the Integrity VM Host, which manages the physical hardware and virtualizes those resources to the virtual machines guests above it. It shares processors and I/O, the dynamic resource allocation is built in (through pre-configured priorities and minimum and maximum resources) There can be (like for IBM) up to 20 VMs per processor core Integrity VM runs on ANY HP Integrity: server, nPartition or blade Since only the VM Host is put into Integrity security ring 0, the VMs have both OS fault and security isolation Integrity VM is designed for off-the-shelf multi-OS guests. We now support: HP-UX 11i v2 & v3, Windows Server 2003, and Red Hat Linux RHEL 4 update 4, and plan to provide SUSE Linux by end of 2007, and OpenVMS in the future However, something critical to remember is that virtual machines is a critical integrated component of the HP VSE, integrating with management, HA and instant capacity Virtualization Licensing is our policy for licensing HP-UX software in virtualized environments. You can either: run as many instances of software as you want in different virtual machines throughout the server or nPartition (i.e., license throughout the nPartition or server), or run software in as few instances as you need on just a portion of the server (i.e., purchase licenses for just the number of cores that the software is configured to run on). June 15, 2011
  • Global Workload Manager is a multi-system WLM solution to manage large, multi-system environments. Customers are very excited about this products – they like in particular the easy of use aspects of this product. HP gWLM is targeted at centralized IT consolidation opportunities. Very often, a central IT department will not know the exact service level requirements for Line of Business application instances, or the relative priority of each application to the company. Central IT requires standard policies that work with their standard configurations. gWLM offers simple, easy to use, powerful workload management policies. These policies can be deployed to many applications or partitions, and managed, monitored, and configured from a central location. The pre-enabled reports include reports that show which application instances borrow excessive resources, show that an application instance got its guaranteed resources whenever it required them, and can suggest a recommended partition size for an application based on historical data. Background information: gWLM operates much like HP-UX WLM does – it allows you to monitor the workloads in different partitions, and set policies to “flex” the partitions based on who’s busy, who’s idle, according to the rules you set that govern the sharing of resources. The first release of gWLM will do this for HP-UX vPars, HP-UX Processor sets. To support this type of environment, gWLM is designed with features that will make it easy to centrally manage a large number of systems and partitions. In order to accomplish this, gWLM will have a Central Management Station (CMS). The CMS is integrated with the HP Systems Insight Manager. The CMS consists of a web-based UI, and a a repository for storing the configuration, as well as performance data. From the CMS, the user will be able to centrally manage the servers, partitions, and workloads that gWLM manages. You’ll be able to apply policies to workloads, that govern when and how resources are shared. Also, you’ll be able to get reports, both real-time and historical, on how the resources were allocated, how much each workload used, and how much each workload needed. gWLM also operates in advisory mode in addition to the automated mode. In advisory mode, rather than automatically moving CPU resources, it will generate an ITO event to recommend a CPU migration. gWLM will be able to discover the hosts in the datacenter, much like HP Software’s IT Operations or the HP-UX Systems Insight Manager does. Additionally, gWLM will discover the partitions (nPars, vPars, psets, FSS groups) on partitioned systems, making it easy for the operator to apply policies to begin managing them. One of the design goals for gWLM is this: If you’re already using vPars, you’ll be able to understand, install, and configure gWLM to manage those vPars in less than 30 minutes. Since many of our customers are already implementing these utilities using HP Partitioning products, we want to make it really easy and quick to start getting value from gWLM – by having it monitor and flex those partitions. Another way that gWLM will provide quick time-to-value is by providing out-of-the-box support for the most commonly used policies and configurations. Many of our customers tell us that they’ve got a small corps of highly skilled Sys Admins, and another group of less experienced staff. gWLM will allow the Senior SA’s to define a few standard policies, and then delegate to the less experienced staff the job of applying them, as new workloads are brought into the environment. Finally, when implementing a compute utility on partitioned servers, our users have told us that they want to allow the Senior SA’s to define a few simple policies, and have those policies apply to lots of workloads in their datacenter. (Think ITO templates – you define the policy once, and then apply it to lots of workloads). gWLM will have pre-enabled standard reports. These reports will include reports that show that an application got the guaranteed resources when it needed them (and at times, additional resources). For the Central IT role, there will be reports that show the correct size of a partition based on historical utilization, reports that show which applications are consistently borrowing resources, actual historical utilization over a period. In addition to the many reports, HP gWLM will have a real time monitoring facility. This will allow customers to view actual resources, requested resources, actual utilization, target utilization, minimum size, and maximum size. gWLM will have an advisory mode that, instead of automatically moving resources, will send an alert to HP IT Operations instead. Positioning with WLM: Both HP-UX WLM and HP gWLM provide a mechanism for moving resources between application instances or partitions based on policies. HP-UX WLM is a great product for a line of business consolidation opportunity. Lines of Business usually know the relative priority of applications and their impact on the business. The configuration can be customized for each individual application and for individual application performance objectives. While gWLM is targeted at centralized IT for large environments and easy-to-use policies. Global Workload Manager 2.0 for HP-UX 11i Support for HP Integrity Virtual Machines Support for policy-based workload management of HP Integrity Virtual Machines Hierarchical partitions gWLM supports the simultaneous active management of nPars with Instant Capacity, vPars or HP Integrity Virtual Machines, and sub-CPU Fair Share Scheduler groups on the same physical server Support for Temporary Instant Capacity Activate and deactivate CPUs based on policies and real-time demand Synchronize workload management policies in a Serviceguard cluster Ensure that a workload management policy remains consistent across multiple nodes in a Serviceguard cluster. Integrated with and including Virtualization Manager Global Workload Manager for OpenVMS
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  • These are examples of common integrations that may be requested for Matrix. Example change management systems: HP Service Manager or Remedy
  • Winning with Storage Exchange 2010 Exchange Server and Mailbox Consolidation High Mailbox Density SQL Server 2008 SQL Server and Database Consolidation MSFT applications are Windows based applications for IT compliance, business intelligence, office productivity suites, enterprise resource planning (ERP), call centers as well as CRM (Customer Relationship Management), Sales Force Automation (SFA), BPM (Business Process Management), databases and database analysis tools. Note: we do fully support a 16 node P4800 config, i.e. 4 P4800. In 1,2,3 or 4 sites, all managed as 1 SAN cluster. There is no multi-site limitation w/ P4800. P4800 cannot be split into baby P4800’s, i.e. enclosure with only 2 P4000sb nodes and one MDS600 is not yet supported. Highly Available High Performance Integrated storage management features Integrated SAN with BladeSystem June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Common storage catalog for both server & storage administrators – one pool, one portal, one set of access controls Our next release of Matrix further simplifies storage deployment and administration by creating a common storage catalog through integration with HP StorageWorks Storage Provisioning Manager. We do that in an evolutionary way without breaking existing processes – very much comparable what we have done with Virtual Connect in the networking space. A catalog of storage is populated by the storage administrator and used to select storage for the roll out of a service.  The default storage for Matrix is HP Storage and the first products supported are HP EVA and XP storage which provide advanced high availability features for storage including multi-site failover.   In the future HP will extend Storage Provisioning Manager to more of the HP storage portfolio. This will enable advanced storage services such as Automated Tiering for cost effective placement and access to data, Modular scaling of the storage environment with scale-out storage services, Scalable File Storage to Multiple Petabytes  and HP StoreOnce Data Deduplication to be a feature of  HP BladeSystem Matrix.  Because of the open architecture of HP BladeSystem Matrix almost any Storage products can be integrated with  BladeSystem Matrix but more manual steps are required and the level of integration of storage services provided will be diminished. Additional Details Storage Provisioning Manager provides a service orientation to storage management. It performs automated provisioning of HP storage products within the Insight Dynamics and Matrix environments.  Storage resources can be populated into a storage catalog, categorized according to intended use, and then provisioned by matching storage needs to the available resources.  Storage admins no longer have to manually respond to users’ requests. They now manage the policies and allow automation to act. Matrix v6.2 introduces a common storage provisioning interface for both the server and storage administrators. It provides a consistent view of storage pools, making it easier for server admin to request storage and populate storage pools, while allowing the storage admin to retain control of process and permissions. Server admins have increased visibility to changes initiated by storage admin. (Side note: in the last release of Matrix we added storage tagging capabilities – the ability to define within Matrix for a specific workload which storage tier it should use. You can save up to 50% through storage tiering.)
  • Key points: In addition to “storage tagging” for physical workloads we offer now also VM storage tagging. That gives administrators and architects control to which data stores VMs get provisioned. They can specify a specific data store, or just a tag that identifies storage characteristics (tier 1, tier 2, gold, silver, HA, iSCSI, etc). The benefit is that many customer do have multiple types and tiers of storage connected to their VM hosts, so if a service being provisioned requires certain storage for performance or resiliency or whatever, we can now make sure the VMs go to the right place instead of just going to any available data store. As we support now as well for Matrix iSCSI data stores for VMs the savings can be significantly. The result: you can automatically lower your storage costs – up to 50% through storage tiering (just in CAPEX the savings can be 48% alone). Additional information: Storage tiering information For Storage tier 3: HP StorageWorks P4500 G2 120TB MDL SAS Scalable Capacity SAN Solution = $1,058 / TB – for tier 3 For Storage tier 2: HP EVA 4400 – 10 TB 34000$ – basic config, i.e. with some more management $4K (including business copy) For Storage tier 1: HP XP Support for file-based VMs with hypervisor file systems using iSCSI or NFS in the Matrix 6.0 U1 and 6.1 releases does not include the Insight Dynamics disaster recovery capabilities. Support for file-based VMs with hypervisor file systems using iSCSI or NFS in the Matrix 6.0 U1 and 6.1 releases does not include support for Raw Device Mapping (RDM) for the VM to directly access the iSCSI LUN. Support for iSCSI or NFS in the Matrix 6.0 U1 and 6.1 releases does not include support for physical server boot. Boot from iSCSI support is planned for a later release. Host servers should be configured for local booting or boot from FC SAN.
  • This slide introduces the concept of the storage catalog. Rather than having to manually share storage request information and enter response information (in the Insight Dynamics logical server storage pool entries), the storage administrator can use a storage catalog. Storage pool entry requests can be fulfilled automatically (w/o storage admin involvement), or can be fulfilled as they are received (if couldn’t anticipate the need, or didn’t want to automate). Can note that these may be separate roles, or in some environments (perhaps for some types of storage), one individual may play both roles. Pre-populating the catalog works when customer finds LUN masking to be sufficient (no zoning), or is using WWN-based zoning with a known set of initiator and controller WWNs. The initiator WWNs may have been configured into VCEM, or may be known from previous interactions with logical servers. This enables requests to be fulfilled without any manual interaction (the request is matched to appropriate catalog entries which have already been provisioned). If desired, the customer can also choose to provision in response to individual storage requests (displayed as unfulfilled in the Storage Provisioning Manager, enabling the storage admin to see the storage request specifies, provision appropriate storage and create one or more catalog entries which can be used to fulfill the request). Presentation Title
  • Support for file-based virtual machines on a hypervisor using iSCSI for the file system is available in Matrix 6.0 U1 and Matrix 6.1.  Matrix 6.0 U1 iSCSI support encompasses VMware ESX hypervisors using HP StorageWorks P4300 and P4500 G2 iSCSI storage.  Matrix 6.1 adds support for Hyper-V hypervisors and MSA2000i iSCSI storage.  NetApp iSCSI will also be supported.  Note that Hyper-V supported data stores must be mapped to drive letters. Virtual Machines with their backing store in the file system of a hypervisor are manageable as logical servers, or as services through the Insight Dynamics infrastructure orchestration portal.   The fact that the hypervisor file system can now be on iSCSI storage does not change the logical server or infrastructure orchestration management capabilities. Support for VMs with iSCSI in the Matrix 6.0 U1 and 6.1 releases does not include  either Insight Dynamics disaster recovery capabilities, or support for Raw Device Mapping (RDM) for the VM to directly access the iSCSI LUN.  Support for iSCSI in the Matrix 6.0 U1 and 6.1 releases does not include support for physical server boot from iSCSI SAN.  This support is planned for a later release. Host servers should be configured for local booting or boot from FC SAN.
  • Key points If you’ve identified a Private Cloud opportunity where customers need to get started quckly, contact TS about CloudStart, TS leads those engagements. Here are your regional contacts to get started. If you need to learn more about CSA for Matrix, HP Software leads that sales effort. Here are your contacts Your ESSN Matrix leads can connect you to any other resources for Matrix that you need, and should be aware of all deals in the Matrix funnel. Cloud goes beyond what we have discussed here, so if you need other resources, contact our WW team. Go to the cloud team sharepoint to find more information on HP cloud strategy in general, and the new solutions in specific. Some content is available today, and more will be available next week after the announcement There are a number of places on hp.com you can direct your customers depending on their area of interest. June 15, 2011 HP Confidential
  • Our vision for delivering this level of convergence has been a practical, step-by-step approach of execution. Our mantra is “blade everything.” Where others see blades and see a form-factor. We see blades as THE strategic platform for integration of HP innovation and our platform to drive this transformation and convergence that’s needed to deliver a business-ready data center. This is a big difference in point of view and that leads to better execution on our part. We have been extremely deliberate in implementing our strategy, ensuring that we deliver each time. You can see the progression here – from the small site and heterogeneous datacenter – to mission critical and content depot environments. We bring even more elements closer together, more integrated and converged with HP CloudSystem Matrix. We are really taking this to a new level and focusing on the delivering adaptive infrastructure in a simple way in order to transform your data center.
  • Whether you’re a small or medium-size business or a large global corporation, making the most of your Matrix environment hinges on your ability to: Speed and simplify solution design, implementation, maintenance and management Keep your technology performance and availability high Help reduce your total ownership costs And Mitigate the business risks of unplanned downtime HP can help in each of these critical areas with integrated, single-source hardware and software services that span the Matix lifecycle. Offerings ranging from HP Care Pack  support packages to fully customized service solutions So how can HP services help you get started? BladeSystem Matrix Implementation Service - HP expertise from factory to site HP has developed an integrated implementation solution that aims to keep onsite disruption to a minimum. This deployment option comes as part of the Matrix starter package,   Service includes: The HP factory-based Matrix component of this service—delivering integration of both hardware options, with initial installation of management software. The onsite component covers project management, installation of the hardware, set up and configuration of management software options such as Insight Dynamics–VSE, HP Insight Virtualization Manger, HP Capacity Advisor, HP Server Migration software for ProLiant, and HP Insight Control suite and testing of the complete Matrix infrastructure. In addition, an HP specialist will deliver orientation training, product demonstration, and handover configuration information to you. Securing the commitment for your business ca se can present challenges , HP ROI Services for Consolidation and Virtualization Workshop helps you to develop a business case that effectively aligns IT with your business needs. Using accurate data collected on site the workshop provides CFO level business case and financial analysis for customers looking to estimate their actual project costs and benefits, and with a range of assessment services to help you with areas such as capacity planning or environmental options for improved and reduced power and heating management HP can help you collect and consolidate information to help with all facets of design planning. Given current IT operations constraints many IT organizations find themselves operating with reduced head count with attended issues of shortages of in-house expertise especially for new technology introduction. HP Proactive Select helps you overcome these constraints providing as needed access to resources and expertise enabling you to build the exact service plan you need – no more, no less - with a flexible service access program based on a simple credit point system. This new service is similar to a pre-paid card where customers can buy service credits -- standalone or with new hardware -- in units of 30, 60 and 180. They save time with a single approval and procurement cycle for multiple services delivered over a period of up to five years with an option to add credits or change services. This includes support with firmware and software revision planning and updates, data center consultancy services, mission critical facilities, and education. This flexible service access program allows you to tap into over 85 different prepackaged service offerings or we can design a set of offering specific to your needs so that you can more easily take advantage of the broad portfolio of HP Technical Services and skills. HP Technology Services provides a range of remote and onsite hardware and software support with service levels, coverage windows and response times to suit your business needs helping you to deliver the level of application availability your business needs. HP Insight Remote Support offers enable HP and its authorized channel partners yo be by your side all day, every day. You can have your systems remotely monitored for hardware failure 24x7 using secure technology that’s been proven at thousands of companies around the world. In many cases, you can avoid problems before they occur – reduce downtime, cut support costs and make better use of your resources. Key capabilities of this offer include: Automated Event Reporting (to HP) Customer Self Repair automation Mine collected information to identify At-Risk configurations On-board and Remote Diagnostics, to identify current and potential issues for proactive remediation Retrieve/Download and Deploy published updates and specific fixes HP Insight Remote Support helps you spend less time solving problems and keeps your systems running around the clock so you can keep your business running. Available at no additional charge this software comes with every G6 servers. And for those of you planning to run business critical applications on your G6 servicer them HP offers a range of mission critical services to help you optimize your bet-your-business operations 24x7x365. Our Mission Critical Services can help you: Improve availability and avoid costly downtime by mitigating technology-related business risks  Enhance operational efficiency and service delivery through service management best practices and access to premium support Drive business innovation and respond rapidly to change — while keeping  operations and support costs under control And for customers who looking for innovative funding solutions HP Financial Services knows cash is king in today’s climate so if you’re looking to beef up your infrastructure, and triple your buying power without affecting your bottom line, take advantage of HP Financial Services’ 0% financing option on ProLiant G6 products. With 0% financing, you can get everything you need now and conserve cash with highly competitive rates. HP deliverers a single, reliable source for all your service needs. We have the global reach and broad expertise you need for consistent ProLiant support wherever you do business. As acknowledged leaders in supporting Microsoft, Linux and open source middleware. And we draw on the industry's largest network of certified service partners to help you leverage your entire multivendor environment for better business outcomes
  • The question remains … HOW can customers begin to implement a Next Generation Data Center? How can customers ‘see’ the benefits that CI can deliver in a tangible fashion? We recognize that each customer is unique. CI-MM is about the ‘how to’ migrate from the current state of IT to a converged infrastructure. It is about building a holistic roadmap in a consultative fashion. Many leading analysts agree that the next-generation data center is about improving IT across three characteristics — operational efficiency, quality of service, and speed of implementing IT projects. A successful plan toward a converged infrastructure – or data center of the future - requires both a tactical and a strategic dimension. Tactically, you need to break down the IT silos by standardizing, modularizing, and virtualizing your IT environment while automating error-prone manual processes, and simplifying and tightening management control. Strategically, you need to change how IT interacts with your business — bringing together people, process, and technology. At HP, we understand how tactical and strategic dimensions relate to and depend on each other. We also know that you have very specific needs and objectives. We bring these considerations together with our HP Converged Infrastructure Maturity Model (CI-MM). HP CI-MM uses a pragmatic and structured approach, based on business and IT objectives and quantitative metrics. It provides a high-level, customized roadmap of suggested next-steps and recommended projects to meet your overall business and IT priorities. This roadmap helps you drive toward your next-generation data center. Converged Infrastructure Maturity Model Move forward in a more predictable manner The HP Converged Infrastructure Maturity Model provides a holistic approach for assessing the current state of your data center and helps define an action-oriented, step-by-step, high-level roadmap for reaching your desired future state. The HP CI-MM uses a broad set of real-world metrics, based on research and industry best practices that align business metrics for IT: Operational efficiency, quality of service, and IT agility. Potential benefits Determine opportunities to decrease your IT operating costs while increasing overall data center efficiency Review how your IT infrastructure compares to others by industry, company size or region across various areas¹ Averages and ‘best in class’ (top percentile) comparisons Discuss how you can better manage risk and improve the quality of services provided to the business Expand your existing capabilities and increase IT agility to better align business and IT objectives Identify and prioritize the types of projects with the greatest impact for your organization and build an actionable plan toward a NGDC -------- CI-MM and CI-MM Express (the latter developed specifically for our top channel partners) is about the ‘how to’ migrate from the current state of IT to a next generation data center. It is about building a holistic roadmap in a consultative fashion. Every customer will take a different evolution path towards an converged infrastructure based on their existing environment and their business priorities. To help them define and manage their evolution, we have developed a tool called the Converged Infrastructure Maturity Model, or CI-MM. CI-MM delivers a pragmatic, action-oriented set of high-level customer-specific recommendations and a step-by-step roadmap based on HP best practices along with our portfolio of HP and partner solutions. CI-MM Express is a more focused version of CI-MM and targets two domain areas. It is designed to enable companies to more quickly assess where their data centers and IT infrastructure are today, and, based on a preliminary gap analysis frame an initial number of actions that are required to address major gaps in the IT infrastructure space. CI-MM Express was developed for the channel and it is available only to a select tier of channel partners.
  • Each Matrix Starter Kit includes Matrix Implementation Services. These Implementation Services begin with the racking, cabling, and configuration of the systems in the Factory. All of this information is then passed to the Technology Services team in the field, which completes the installation, startup, and orientation at the customer’s site. Once the Implementation Service is completed, the customer has a fully functional Matrix solution. Also included in the Matrix Starter Kit are hardware repair services, and software support services for all of the included hardware and software components. These services can be augmented by uplifts to a higher level-of-service such as Committed Call-to-Repair services or Mission Critical support services; also available are optional Care Packs of services to continue support beyond the warranty period. Of course, Matrix customers may choose from the entire portfolio of Bladesystem and Virtualization services available from Technology Services. This portfolio includes extensive ‘up front’ assessment and advisory services ranging from Data Center Design through Power and Cooling, through Data Center Operations assistance. Virtualization consulting and implementation services are available from our Solutions Implementation Practice. Support for products added to a Matrix solution is available as well – including installation and startup services, and support services. HP Education Services offers best-in-class training on each of the key HP technologies which encompass our Blade Matrix solution. This includes training on c-Class blades, Enterprise Virtual Array storage products, as well as our Insight Control, Virtual Connect, and Insight Dynamics-VSE software products. We also partner with VMware and Microsoft to offer training on their hypervisors and applications as well. HP education services leverages HP’s ownership of these proprietary technologies and our partnerships with VMware and Microsoft to offer instruction and course materials from the very experts that create, manage, and enhance these technologies. These training offerings are available worldwide in a variety of training formats, including traditional classroom, dedicated on-sites, and on-line."
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect Ethernet and FC modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect Ethernet and FC modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect FlexFabric modules– a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect FlexFabric modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect Ethernet and FC modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • Scripts coming from Linh Nguyen (from HOU test engineering) ? TBC… Note: for EMEA: process will show IPM role in coordination…
  • HP Cloud System Matrix Overview

    1. 1. Rien du Pré – Cloud Solution Consultant June 2011 Get the Benefits of Private Cloud today with HP CloudSystem Matrix
    2. 2. Cloud computing definition Service Models Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) | Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) | Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Private | Hybrid/Federated | Public Deployment Models On demand access Networked Pay per use Shared Scalable & Elastic
    3. 3. Business is outpacing IT <ul><li>But there are barriers to cloud adoption …. </li></ul>Business IT 75% of CIOs say cloud data SECURITY is a major concern 60% concerned about VENDOR LOCK IN 60% worried about cloud PERFORMANCE AND AVAILABILITY 45% concerned about integrating INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SERVICES Enterprises losing control & service providers missing revenue opportunities <ul><ul><li>SOURCE: Morgan Stanley CIO Survey: Moving to the Cloud, May 2010; IDC SaaS Adoption Survey, May 2009 </li></ul></ul>Cloud can help close the gap… <ul><li>Speed innovation </li></ul><ul><li>Accelerate business processes </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce time to revenue </li></ul>
    4. 4. Cloud starts with a Converged Infrastructure KEY STEPS VIRTUALIZE STANDARDIZE AUTOMATE Power, cooling & facilities Network Servers Storage Management software Security Services HP Converged Infrastructure
    5. 5. The problem with today’s infrastructure Weeks to months Set approvals, Access controls Test and quality Activate service Coordinate install process <ul><li>Many people </li></ul><ul><li>Many steps </li></ul><ul><li>Many errors </li></ul>Business selects application Patch VMs, OSs, applications IT planning meetings Set up networks Purchase assets Set up Facilities Set up storage Load OSs Install servers Load VMs Deploy application Manage over lifecycle <ul><li>Much time </li></ul>
    6. 6. The right approach to Build and manage your Infrastructure as a Service A few automated steps, in less time Provision Select Initiate
    7. 7. HP CloudSystem Matrix Get the benefits of private cloud and IaaS today <ul><ul><li>Provision infrastructure and applications in minutes for physical and virtual. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reduce TCO up to 56% 1 with built-in infrastructure life-cycle management. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Accelerate deployment with a unified end-to-end experience and integrated heterogeneous environments. </li></ul></ul>Built on proven HP BladeSystem technologies Resource pools Cloud Maps Service portal 1 Compared to traditional infrastructure, based on analysis with the BladeSystem and BladeSystem TCO calculators: http://www.hp.com/go/matrixtco
    8. 8. HP CloudSystem Matrix The Foundation for Private Cloud and IaaS <ul><li>Personalize your Cloud: </li></ul><ul><li>Billing/chargeback </li></ul><ul><li>Approval flows </li></ul><ul><li>Other processes </li></ul>Matrix Cloud APIs Self-Service Portal Service Catalog Resource Pools Service Delivery Capacity & Management HP Converged Infrastructure
    9. 9. Build and manage your IaaS HP Matrix Operating Environment Provision infrastructure and applications in minutes with one touch automated provisioning of servers, storage and networking for physical and virtual. Optimize infrastructure confidently with built-in capacity planning, monitoring, and rebalancing tools. Protect continuity of services with automated, cost-effective failover. Sample “e-shopping” application infrastructure template 5 minutes 5 minutes 38 minutes 60 minutes Approval Provision Infrastructure Install/configure apps 108 minutes
    10. 10. Provisioning and Monitoring Applications <ul><li>With HP CloudSystem Matrix </li></ul><ul><li>One service designer and one self-service portal </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Provision in minutes not months </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reduce application provisioning time up to 80% (1) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reduce compliance management time up to 75% (2) </li></ul></ul>Monitor applications Matrix Operating Environment Cloud Service Automation for Matrix Provision application Server Automation SiteScope with <ul><li>ExpertROI® SPOTLIGHT Sponsored by HP, The Business Value of HP Business Service Automation (BSA) Solutions, #10C6069, June 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>HP Customers Reveal Real-life Benefits of Automation, Dimensional Research </li></ul>Initiate
    11. 11. Matrix infrastructure portal integrated with Server Automation <ul><li>Server Automation integration extends the Matrix self-service portal & template designer from infrastructure to applications </li></ul><ul><li>Server Automation also provides OS and application lifecycle management, such as patching and compliance </li></ul>Infrastructure and applications up and running in minutes
    12. 12. Reduce total cost of ownership up to 56%* Double productivity of administrators, eliminate manual tasks and coordination to reduce operating expenses Double the capacity of your datacenter without adding power infrastructure Increase asset utilization, optimize infrastructure to reduce capital expenses “ If HP is your preferred systems vendor then you can have this vision now, which may be an important trump card if you are taking advantage of the recession by investing in transformation now so you can emerge stronger. Its one thing to have a compelling vision. It's another to be delivering it today.“ James Staten, Forrester Research* Matrix delivers rapid payback * Compared to traditional infrastructure, based on analysis with the BladeSystem and BladeSystem TCO calculator http://www.hp.com/go/matrixtco **Adaptive Infrastructure No Longer Just A Vision, The Forrester Blog For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals, James Staten, Principal Analyst, January 21, 2009. Lower capital expenses Lower operating expenses
    13. 13. Delivering Real TCO Improvements <ul><li>Reduce TCO up to 56% versus Traditional Infrastructure </li></ul>Traditional Infrastructure CloudSystem Matrix HP BladeSystem c-Class Server Blades HP BladeSystem Virtual Connect Flex-10 1 Compared to traditional infrastructuure, based on analysis with the BladeSystem and BladeSystem TCO calculator http://www.hp.com/go/matrixtco
    14. 14. HP CloudSystem integrates seamlessly with existing, heterogeneous infrastructure other x86 Virtualization Compute Storage Networking Facilities Management <ul><li>Choice of OSs, hypervisors, and compute </li></ul><ul><li>Support of standard Networks and SANs </li></ul><ul><li>Integration with core IT processes - HP Cloud APIs </li></ul><ul><li>3 rd party application templates – HP Cloud Maps </li></ul>
    15. 15. HP CloudSystem: industry’s most complete cloud platform CloudSystem Matrix Private, IaaS CloudSystem Enterprise Private, hybrid, XaaS CloudSystem Service Provider Public, hosted private, XaaS <ul><li>Deploy a robust private cloud quickly </li></ul><ul><li>Infrastructure and basic application provisioning in minutes </li></ul><ul><li>CloudStart service offering </li></ul><ul><li>Unify management across private, hybrid, and traditional IT </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced application-to-infrastructure lifecycle management </li></ul><ul><li>Highly flexible, scalable, customizable solution </li></ul><ul><li>Aggregate cloud services for public and hosted private clouds </li></ul><ul><li>Optimized for multi-tenancy </li></ul><ul><li>Customer-unique portal experience </li></ul>Built on Converged Infrastructure and Cloud Service Automation
    16. 16. <ul><li>Drive client journey & leverage existing investments </li></ul>Paths to CloudSystem BladeSystem C7000 HP 3PAR Utility Storage HP Server Automation Software HP CloudSystem
    17. 17. <ul><li>Seamless upgrade to the industry’s most complete cloud platform </li></ul>Protect and grow your virtualization investment VIRTUALSYSTEM Virtual/utility storage, VM’s and management BLADESYSTEM Industry’s leading modular architecture and virtual connectivity CLOUDSYSTEM Automation, orchestration, and service management <ul><li>Upgrade to CloudSystem management environment </li></ul><ul><li>Physical architecture stays the same </li></ul><ul><li>Extend with HP Software for heterogeneous management </li></ul><ul><li>Flexible leasing and financing </li></ul>HP CLOUDSYSTEM MATRIX CONVERSION SERVICE
    18. 18. <ul><li>Within 30 days, users can* </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Request a compute service via a portal </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Have service provided immediately </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Use the service without worrying about security, management, etc </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Scale or cancel the service </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Get a regular report on consumption or chargeback </li></ul></ul>* Based on typical duration time after hardware and software installation as well as consulting service terms and conditions Industry’s most complete, turnkey private cloud solutions HP CloudStart solution Service Delivered Service Requested
    19. 19. <ul><li>Rapidly create cloud services </li></ul>HP Cloud Maps <ul><li>Navigate the steps to create a service catalog yourself, quickly and consistently </li></ul><ul><li>For popular applications like Microsoft ® , Oracle, SAP, and VMware </li></ul><ul><li>Easy to import and integrate into your environment </li></ul>HP INNOVATION www.hp.com/go/cloudmaps Microsoft is a U.S. registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Workflows Deployment scripts Sizers Best practice templates White papers
    20. 20. HP Cloud Maps simplify complex services
    21. 21. HP CloudSystem Matrix Conversion Services Convert into a new CloudSystem Matrix or expand an existing Matrix while reusing current BladeSystem hardware. Your resulting environment becomes… Your additional investment might require… * If not already existing ** Required Your existing investment might include… c7000 Enclosures Server Blades Virtual Connect Matrix Assessment Services** Matrix Starter Kit* Additional HW, SW, Services* Integration Services** HP CloudSystem Matrix = +
    22. 22. Cloud with the Power of Convergence: CloudSystem Matrix and 3PAR <ul><li>Provision compute, storage & applications in minutes, not months </li></ul><ul><li>Infrastructure and applications in minutes </li></ul><ul><li>15 Seconds to provision a LUN with 3PAR </li></ul><ul><li>Optimize Resources and Reduce TCO by about 50% </li></ul><ul><li>Up to 56% with HP CloudSystem Matrix </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce acquisition and operational cost by 50% with 3PAR </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Streamlined & Efficient Productivity </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Empowered and controlled storage needs using SPM </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Deliver Infrastructure and applications as one </li></ul></ul>3PAR CloudSystem Matrix 1 Compared to traditional infrastructure, based on analysis with the CloudSystem and CloudSystem TCO calculators: http://www.hp.com/go/matrixtco
    23. 23. <ul><li>Professional services to plan and implement your solution </li></ul>Cloud transformation lifecycle Strategy Roadmap Design Implementation HP Cloud Discovery Workshops HP Cloud Roadmap Service HP Cloud Application Transformation Service HP Solution Support for CloudSystem HP Education Services Cloud Curriculum HP Cloud Security Services Expanded CloudStart – private cloud in 30 days
    24. 24. HP CloudSystem Matrix <ul><li>Get the benefits of private cloud and Infrastructure as a Service today. </li></ul>HP Confidential HP Confidential <ul><ul><li>The most complete integrated system to build and manage private cloud and Infrastructure as a Service </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Building on proven and market-leading blade and infrastructure management technology </li></ul></ul>Enabling enterprises to regain control and service providers to drive top line growth www.hp.com/go/matrix www.hp.com/go/matrixdemos www.hp.com/go/cloudsystem www.hp.com/go/matrixusecases www.hp.com/go/cloudservices
    25. 25. Integrate Matrix into Business and IT Operations Processes Automation interfaces – Cloud APIs <ul><li>Web services interface: </li></ul><ul><li>Service lifecycle operation interfaces enable automation or customer portal development </li></ul><ul><li>Secure: only via https and authorized access </li></ul><ul><li>Includes CLI (Command Line Interface) for scripting web service invocations </li></ul>Cloud APIs: Submitted to DMTF Cloud Incubator Service resource costs Web service APIs Chargeback/ Billing system Example: Charge back integration http://h30507.www3.hp.com/t5/Eye-on-Blades-Blog-Trends-in/Integrating-BladeSystem-Matrix-into-a-Chargeback-or-Billing/bc-p/80394#M435
    26. 26. <ul><li>END High Level </li></ul>
    27. 27. Additional CloudSystem Related Slides
    28. 28. <ul><li>The most complete, open, integrated system to build and manage clouds </li></ul>Introducing HP CloudSystem <ul><li>Key differentiators </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Single services view across private, public and hybrid cloud </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Multi-hypervisor, multi-OS, heterogeneous infrastructure </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Intelligent automation and lifecycle management application-to-infrastructure </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Scalability with built-in bursting </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Converged Infrastructure built for the cloud </li></ul></ul>
    29. 29. HP CloudSystem Integrated, extensible, proven technology SECURING PHYSICAL & VIRTUAL SCALABLE UTILTY STORAGE HIGH PERFORMANCE FABRIC MISSON CRITICAL COMPUTING HP 3PAR HP Cloud Service Automation HP BladeSystem Matrix + HP Networking Service Provider Enhancements HP CLOUDSYSTEM SaaS AGGREGATION CloudSystem Extensions
    30. 30. HP CloudSystem MATRIX configurations HP Confidential – Internal use only Matrix Medium Matrix Large Matrix Small Compute <ul><li>HP BladeSystem c7000 FlexFabric </li></ul><ul><li>8 HP ProLiant Blades (Intel/AMD) </li></ul><ul><li>ProLiant DL CMS </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix Operating Environment </li></ul><ul><li>HP BladeSystem c7000 FlexFabric </li></ul><ul><li>9 Blades (Intel/AMD) </li></ul><ul><li>BladeSystem CMS </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix Operating Environment </li></ul>Storage Extensions HP Networking Extensions Third Party Software Extensions <ul><li>HP BladeSystem c7000 FlexFabric </li></ul><ul><li>16 HP ProLiant Blades (Intel/AMD) </li></ul><ul><li>ProLiant DL CMS </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix Operating Environment </li></ul><ul><li>HP BladeSystem c7000 FlexFabric </li></ul><ul><li>64 HP ProLiant Blades (Intel/AMD) </li></ul><ul><li>ProLiant DL CMS </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix Operating Environment </li></ul>HP EVA Storage <ul><li>HP 3PAR, XP, P4000 available </li></ul>3PAR Storage : F class <ul><li>HP EVA, XP, P4000 available </li></ul>Microsoft Hyper-V or VMware Microsoft Hyper-V or VMware Microsoft Hyper-V or VMware 3PAR Storage : T class <ul><li>HP EVA, XP, P4000 available </li></ul>HP Embedded core ETH switches to connect to customer backbone (4x 10GbE links). HP Embedded core ETH switches to connect to customer backbone (4x 10GbE links). HP Embedded core ETH switches to connect to customer backbone (4x 10GbE links).
    31. 31. HP CloudSystem Matrix Platform Differences ProLiant Integrity Licensing 16 ProLiant blades 8 HP-UX sockets Max number of managed nodes per CMS 1500 800 Server Automation integration Yes No, Server Automation accessed outside of MOE Operating System Not included HP-UX VSE-OE included Hypervisor ESX and/or Hyper-V supported, not included HPVM included Infrastructure provisioning technology Insight Control server deployment (RDP) Ignite-UX Service continuity protection Recovery management included; HA clustering sw must be purchased separately Neither DR nor HA support included; HP-UX upgrade from VSE-OE to DC-OE adds support for both via ServiceGuard Workload mgt No Yes, via gWLM
    32. 32. HP Private Cloud Offerings Application Services Infrastructure Services Platform Services Business Services HP CloudSystem Matrix HP Converged Infrastructure and Technology Services delivers the ideal foundation for shared infrastructure services HP BTO Reference Architecture for private cloud Comprehensive reference architecture and professional services integrating HP and 3 rd party software to enable complex applications as a service HP Cloud Service Automation for CloudSystem Matrix BTO Software with CloudSystem Matrix enabling application, database and middleware platform shared services HP Confidential - Subject to Change
    33. 33. HP CloudSystem from Client to Cloud <ul><li>IDC Quarterly Worldwide Server Tracker  Q1CY2010, preliminary data May 2010, 2002-2010 data covering HP & Compaq shipments </li></ul><ul><li>HP internal analysis Q4CY2009 </li></ul><ul><li>HP internal analysis Q2CY2010 </li></ul>#1 worldwide in blades 2 million blade servers shipped 3 million Virtual Connect ports delivered 4 million Insight software licenses 1 st highly optimized solution for solving all remote client needs #1 SMB blade, Optimized for the “undatacenter” #1 density server #1 platform on Top 500 list 1 st integrated Infrastructure as a Service Solution 1 st Mission Critical Converged Infrastructure
    34. 34. Matrix 6.3 Additional Slides
    35. 35. HP CloudSystem Matrix/Matrix OE 6.3 - What’s New <ul><li>Increased scalability for infrastructure orchestration in federated mode: 6000 virtual machines ** </li></ul><ul><li>Increased multi-tenancy through user group support </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix Expanded Infrastructure – any supported VM host can be part of HP CloudSystem Matrix resource pool </li></ul><ul><li>HP CloudSystem Matrix Conversion Services now expanded to include Integrity </li></ul><ul><li>Expanded platform support: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Mid 2011: Support of new hardware and partner software </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>HP-UX support - Multi-initiator NPIV & FCoE </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Hyper-V clusters now supported by disaster recovery </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Matrix certified storage </li></ul><ul><ul><li>P4800 (VM data store – VMware/Hyper V ) * </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>EVA 6300/6500 (post 6.3) * </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>3PAR F/T FC phys./VM data store * </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Pre-defined Matrix configurations as on-ramps to CloudSystem </li></ul></ul>Expanded Cloud Maps portfolio Service delivery for cloud Automated life cycle Integrated and open <ul><li>Storage provisioning </li></ul><ul><ul><li>3PAR F/T FC SPM Integration </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>EVA 6300/6500 (post 6.3) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Utility Ready Computing and Matrix </li></ul>* Matrix supported via VC testing from storage vendor earlier ** Scalability numbers for Integrity are lower.
    36. 36. Matrix infrastructure orchestration (IO) <ul><li>Federated CMS architecture new for 6.3, up to 6000 VMs </li></ul>Infrastructure Orchestration Primary CMS Physical / virtual workloads CMS (secondary) Physical / virtual workloads CMS (secondary) Physical / virtual workloads CMS (secondary) + + + …. Note: These numbers are for ProLiant, scalability numbers for Integrity are lower. 1500 1500 1500
    37. 37. HP Utility Ready Computing How it works <ul><li>Server capacity that never runs out </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Start with the capacity you need on day 1 (commit) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Add up to 20% spare capacity (buffer) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Paid for as you use it </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Don’t pay for the buffer unless you use it </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Dial the buffer up and down </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Always pay the minimum commit </li></ul></ul></ul>time IT cost buffer commit needed capacity
    38. 38. <ul><li>Manage VM host pools on select HP ProLiant, HP Integrity and 3rd party servers from the same CMS as HP CloudSystem Matrix </li></ul><ul><li>Includes all capabilities of Matrix OE </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Infrastructure provisioning of VM guests on BL/ML/DL, Integrity blade and rack-mount, and 3 rd party servers </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Capacity planning </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Recovery Management (not on 3 rd party servers) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Support and licensing for Matrix extended infrastructure is handled the same way as HP Matrix OE standalone software  </li></ul>HP CloudSystem Matrix Extended Infrastructure Add any supported VM host part of the HP CloudSystem Matrix resource pool MLs DLs ‘ Non-Matrix’ Blades or Servers HP CloudSystem Matrix w/ CMS Additional HP CloudSystem Matrix expansion kits CMS VM VM VM
    39. 39. Matrix: Federated CMS and Server Pools <ul><li>All resources across a Federated CMS deployment combined in Orchestration Console. </li></ul><ul><li>Can be pooled in any combinations. </li></ul><ul><li>(7.0) Can be assigned to Tenant inventories in any combination </li></ul>
    40. 40. Matrix Active Directory (AD) Groups enhancements <ul><li>Previously </li></ul><ul><li>AD groups for Matrix login authentication </li></ul><ul><li>6.3 </li></ul><ul><li>AD groups for authorization in infrastructure orchestration </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Server pools </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Templates </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Improved Users tab in infrastructure orchestration Users GUI </li></ul>View and assign Groups in addition to Users
    41. 41. Matrix and Multi-tenancy Separate self-service portals by user User groups Yes Active Directory user groups in Matrix and/or HP Aggregation Platform with multiple user groups (for service providers and customization) Operations Orchestration and/or Network Automation Matrix Storage Provisioning / Storage Essentials (now with 3PAR) VLAN VLAN VLAN separation Storage Servers
    42. 42. Matrix and Utility Ready Computing Instantly adjust to dynamic business demands <ul><li>Users get the services they need quickly with Matrix </li></ul><ul><li>Users can be charged for services consumed </li></ul>SELF SERVICE PORTAL <ul><li>IT gets Matrix capacity that never runs out with URC and pays for it as it is used per blade per hour </li></ul><ul><li>Matrix automatically turns off servers that aren’t utilized & turns them on when needed. </li></ul>
    43. 43. Matrix Recovery Management
    44. 44. Protect continuity of services With an integrated spectrum of availability and recovery solutions Across Campus Server Aware Across continents Between Cities <ul><li>Integrated support for physical and virtual servers on Integrity and ProLiant </li></ul><ul><li>Intuitive movement of server profiles for resource-required availability </li></ul><ul><li>For ProLiant Servers (Windows / Linux environments) : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Server-aware availability with recovery in minutes rather than hours or days </li></ul></ul><ul><li>For Integrity Servers (HP-UX Environments) : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Application-aware availability with recovery in seconds rather than minutes </li></ul></ul>Application Aware LAN A SAN A app app app app
    45. 45. Central Management Server (CMS) Availability <ul><ul><li>Clustering solution to protect against hardware and software failures </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Backup / Restore solution providing restore points for fast recovery </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Update / Migration solution to minimize downtime for Matrix software upgrades </li></ul></ul>Data Migration Cluster HA Backup- Restore
    46. 46. Protect continuity of services Matrix Operating Environment for ProLiant Servers Server Aware Availability <ul><li>Disaster Recovery for logical servers </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Server-aware availability for planned and unplanned site downtime events using Matrix recovery management </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Central Management Server (CMS) availability: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Clustering solution to protect against hardware and software failures </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Backup / Restore solution providing restore points for fast recovery </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Update / Migration solution to minimize downtime for Matrix software upgrades </li></ul></ul>cms-ha2.cup.hp.com 16.92.155.67 (BL460c ) cms-ha1.cup.hp.com 16.92.155.66 (BL460c ) CMS Clustering Availability LAN A SAN A SQL DBs for SIM and Matrix SW Program Files for SIM and IS apps
    47. 47. <ul><li>Application-aware availability for planned and unplanned downtime events </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Application-targeted availability for Oracle Database, Oracle RAC, SAP and Storage Management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Toolkits and Developer’s Toolbox for protecting other applications within a standardized integration framework </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Serviceguard Disaster Recovery to protect against site outages </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Stretch clusters for campus distances </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Array-based replication for metropolitan distances </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cluster-to-cluster failover for large geographic distances </li></ul></ul>Protect continuity of services Matrix Operating Environment and HP-UX Serviceguard Application Aware App App Serviceguard Disaster Recovery app app app app
    48. 48. Matrix recovery management <ul><ul><li>Protect Physical and Virtual Servers </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>For ProLiant-based physical and virtual resources </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>utilizing industry-leading compute, storage, networking, hypervisor, and OS technologies </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>One-Touch Disaster Recovery </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>For planned and unplanned downtime events </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Push-button failover/failback control </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Campus/metro/continental inter-site distances </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cost Effective, Broad Protection </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Leverage non-dedicated recovery resources </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Recover physical or virtual servers to virtual resources </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Customizable server recovery priorities </li></ul></ul></ul>Providing disaster recovery protection for HP logical servers
    49. 49. Matrix recovery management architecture “P2P” and “V2V” configurations with storage replication HP Virtual Connect Virtual Connect Domain Group SAN LAN Logical Units HP Virtual Connect Virtual Connect Domain Group LAN Logical Units SAN Primary Site Recovery Site LS VM Host VM Host VM Guest LS Other Storage supported via “Storage Decoupling” Continuous Access EVA/XP Storage Replication A B C D Applications Shared Data A B C D Applications Shared Data
    50. 50. Automatically fails over physical workloads to a VMware recovery host or to an available physical blade SAN LAN Logical Units LAN Logical Units SAN Storage Replication Primary Site Recovery Site ESX Host HP Virtual Connect HP Virtual Connect Physical Blade 1 st 2 nd Matrix recovery management dynamic “P2V” recovery Automated and flexible recovery for reduced costs Physical Workload Continuous Access EVA/XP Storage Replication A B C D Applications Shared Data A B C D Applications Shared Data
    51. 51. Additional Matrix for HP-UX slides (features that are available only with the Matrix for HP-UX platform version of Matrix OE)
    52. 52. <ul><li>HP-UX Mission-Critical Virtualization </li></ul>Optimize resources by workload More granular partitioning at core level for additional flexibility Partitioning with electrical and security isolation Software virtualization for dynamic, shared resource allocation and mobility HP-UX Virtual Partitions HP nPartitions HP Integrity Virtual Machines Shared OS virtualization to consolidate workloads within a single HP-UX instance HP-UX Containers (aka SRP)
    53. 53. HP Integrity Virtual Machines (Integrity VM) -Virtualization for Converged Infrastructure <ul><li>Shared resourcing increases server utilization while lowering I/O costs </li></ul><ul><li>Shared resources </li></ul><ul><ul><li>CPU, I/O, tape and changer access </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Dynamic </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Automatic CPU & memory resource reallocation </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Online VM Migration (optional) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Virtualized resources </li></ul><ul><ul><li>CPU, I/O, memory, network, storage, switch, VLAN </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Well integrated with converged infrastructure </li></ul><ul><ul><li>High availability (for workloads & VMs), instant capacity, blades/rack-mount /logical servers, management </li></ul></ul>Reduce costs Increase flexibility Rapid deployment with greater utilization of existing resources and through consolidation of new environments to use resources as needed
    54. 54. New to Integrity VM: Suspend/Resume: put “on shelf” temporarily <ul><li>Captures the state of a VM, its OS, applications and workloads, </li></ul><ul><li>Temporarily stops the VM </li></ul><ul><li>Resumes the execution at a later time from the captured system & workload state </li></ul><ul><li>Use cases: </li></ul><ul><li>Put workload “on a shelf” temporarily </li></ul><ul><li>Debugging problems that take a long time to reproduce </li></ul><ul><li>Cloning, replication & high availability </li></ul>Integrity VM v4.2.5, Sept. 2010 (general release, with AVIO & VIO support) Differentiator against IBM!
    55. 55. Online Migration for Integrity Virtual Machines <ul><li>Enables a running VM, its OS and applications to be moved to a different VM Host without service interruption. </li></ul><ul><li>All I/O connections to storage and networks remain active during migration </li></ul><ul><li>Supports VMs with vDisks mapped to whole LUNs or SLVM logical volumes </li></ul><ul><li>Serviceguard can be integrated to avoid application restart </li></ul><ul><li>New in v4.2 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Encryption for added security </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Improved performance (shorter “freeze” time) </li></ul></ul>HP-UX VM HP-UX VM HP-UX VM HP-UX VM HP-UX VM HP-UX VM Supports 10gR2 and 11gR1 Supports Dynamic Server 11.50
    56. 56. HP-UX 11i Virtual Partitions (vPars) for HP Integrity cell-based or high-end servers, such as the new HP Integrity Superdome 2 Servers <ul><li>Core granularity with high performance </li></ul><ul><li>Isolation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>O/S & software </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>For applications, different organizations, or tuning </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Individual reconfiguration & reboot </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Granularity & performance </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Processor core </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Negligible overhead </li></ul></ul><ul><li>With option of high availability </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Through Serviceguard </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Integration with Insight Dynamics - VSE </li></ul><ul><ul><li>For Instant capacity and visualization management </li></ul></ul>Reduce costs Increase agility with high performance consolidation & greater utilization of existing resources with rapid deployment of new environments
    57. 57. HP Global Workload Manager (gWLM) Manage and automate large, multi-system Insight Dynamics – VSE environments <ul><li>Intelligent policy engine </li></ul><ul><ul><li>For managing workloads across multiple systems simultaneously </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Easy to use management </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Integrated with HP Systems Insight Manager and other Insight Dynamics – VSE management tools </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Enables centralized-IT to deliver an IT utility </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Supporting multiple LOBs Resources can be assigned to LOB based on: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Own/borrow/lend model </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Fixed entitlement model </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>CPU utilization model </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Service level objectives </li></ul></ul></ul>* Only for Integrity Virtual Machines running Windows or Linux Supports HP-UX 11i, Windows*, Linux* and OpenVMS environments for HP Integrity servers App G App H App E App F App C App D App A App B Policies Monitoring and Reporting
    58. 58. HP Global Workload Manager (gWLM) Allocate resources among multiple workloads to increase server utilization while meeting service levels <ul><li>Predictive controls </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Allows gWLM to recognize demand pattern to preserve service levels in a more pro-active way </li></ul></ul><ul><li>GiCAP integration </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Allows for sharing of resources across/between different complexes </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Time-Based Policies </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Allows for “time of day/week/month” based policy management </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Windows ProLiant CMS support </li></ul>
    59. 59. Additional Matrix Slides (many from previous customer presentations)
    60. 60. <ul><li>An integrated offering of hardware, software and services </li></ul>HP CloudSystem Matrix: What’s under the Hood? Services + + + + = Virtual Connect Matrix Operating Environment SAN Storage Blades CloudSystem Matrix All-in-One Services plus financing options Virtual Connect virtualized LAN and SAN connections Capacity Planning Infrastructure Orchestration Disaster Recovery* Application provisioning & monitoring ** Integrity and ProLiant blade servers Enables fast implementation and support of one integrated private cloud solution *Matrix recovery management bundled for ProLiant. For HP-UX customers optional: HP Serviceguard and Metrocluster. ** Application provisioning and monitoring is delivered optionally for CloudSystem Matrix through Server Automation and SiteScope. ***FC SAN storage required for physical & virtual environments, iSCSI SAN for VM data stores- HP storage provides more integrated support of recovery & storage pool mgmt. Factory, tech integration plus financing options Choice of Storage HP Storage or 3 rd party offerings*** Integrity and ProLiant blade servers
    61. 61. How do I buy CloudSystem Matrix? Buy a Starter kit Scale with additional Expansion kit(s) Buy with instant capacity and HP Financial Services to pay as you go…. Instant capacity pool Starter kit EVA4400 (optional) Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit HP factory and services install it for you Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit
    62. 62. In CloudSystem Matrix, all full or half-height c-Class server blades are supported For all your workload requirements: A Full Range of 2P and 4P Blades – all of which are supported in CloudSystem Matrix c7000 enclosure
    63. 63. Connect components together Drag components onto workspace Storage may be shared across servers Networks can be internal to app or public Resource Components
    64. 64. Set resource configuration requirements. All costs added together Min/max cluster size
    65. 65. Create a service instance Catalog of templates Lease end dates protect against stale VMs, etc. Host name customization visualized
    66. 66. Use workflows to integrate CloudSystem Matrix with other systems <ul><li>Use optional custom workflows to </li></ul><ul><li>Open Request For Change (RFC) tickets in ticketing/ change management systems </li></ul><ul><li>Pass customer, cost, and lease duration into a chargeback system </li></ul><ul><li>When provisioning new servers, apply patching and compliance policies in configuration management tools </li></ul><ul><li>Maintain status in CMDBs as new services are created or changed </li></ul>
    67. 67. HP Cloud Maps www.hp.com/go/cloudmaps <ul><li>Currently available Cloud Maps </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle Single Instance Database 11g </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle eBusiness Suite on HPUX </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital Management (HCM) 9.0 </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Applications </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite on HP-UX, Linux </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle Fusion Enterprise </li></ul><ul><li>Microsoft Exchange 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>Microsoft Exchange 2007 4000 User </li></ul><ul><li>Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>Microsoft SharePoint 2010, 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>Microsoft SQL 2008 </li></ul><ul><li>SAP NetWeaver 7.0 on HP-UX, Windows, Linux </li></ul><ul><li>SAP Business Objects Enterprise </li></ul><ul><li>SAS Enterprise BI Server Environment </li></ul><ul><li>Red Hat JBoss </li></ul><ul><li>Citrix XenApp </li></ul><ul><li>F5 Networks Big IP </li></ul><ul><li>VMware vCloud Director Tech Preview </li></ul>
    68. 68. <ul><li>A Cloud Map defines an application infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Describes server, storage, and network resources and their interactions </li></ul><ul><li>Easy to create—no training required to develop basic templates </li></ul><ul><li>Represents simple and complex infrastructures </li></ul><ul><li>Defines sequential actions </li></ul><ul><li>Optionally apply cost to infrastructure components </li></ul><ul><li>Customer approval/standards process, then ‘published’ </li></ul><ul><li>Adapted by customer from best practice templates downloaded from HP </li></ul><ul><li>Many Cloud Maps also provide workflows for application deployment </li></ul>Simple Template Complex Template Building a service catalog using Cloud Maps U nderstanding infrastructure service templates and workflows Sample Workflow
    69. 69. Optimize Power and Compute Confidently Reclaim wasted capacity Identify wasted capacity via performance and capacity planning tool Reclaim Wasted Compute Reclaim Wasted Power x2x Server Migration Dynamic Power Capping Dynamic Workload Management Improve server consolidation ratios Consolidate in Days vs Months Double the capacity of your data center
    70. 70. New scenario wizard simplifies consolidation and load balancing Choice of systems to include in scenario Next, wizard shows the VM guests included in scenario by selecting hosts. Choose scenario and What If Action to evaluate, such as changing all servers to VMs … Activate wizard from Create Planning Scenario …
    71. 71. User/admin dashboards User Operations Key resource utilization Links to key management functions speed task completion Status of user’s requests on the user portal Neat! Top 5 users plus their deployed services and servers
    72. 72. Matrix and HP Storage <ul><li>Winning Together </li></ul><ul><li>HP Fibre Channel SAN* </li></ul><ul><li>Current XP, EVA & 3PAR (F/T) Arrays </li></ul><ul><li>3PAR F/T Series </li></ul><ul><li>Integrated DR with EVA/XP with Continuous Access </li></ul><ul><li>HP iSCSI SAN** </li></ul><ul><li>P4300/4500/4800 G2 SANs </li></ul><ul><li>MSA2000i </li></ul><ul><li>DR Support P4300/4500/4800 G2 w/”storage decoupling” </li></ul>* Recovery Mgmt support for other VC-certified FC SANs utilizes “storage decoupling” ** VM data stores with Hyper-V and VMware *** improved experience in defining storage pool entries (via automated matching against SPM storage catalog) <ul><li>HP SPM*** </li></ul><ul><li>Current EVA/XP Storage Arrays </li></ul>
    73. 73. Faster application deployment with simplified storage provisioning Storage Manager pre-provisions storage Common Storage Catalog <ul><li>One portal </li></ul><ul><li>One pool, ready to go </li></ul><ul><li>One set of access control rules </li></ul>Server Manager selects storage as needed Streamlined storage pool management with Storage Provisioning Manager for Matrix Supports both Integrity and ProLiant NEWS: 3PAR support as of v6.3
    74. 74. Connect to an existing SAN or pre-integrate Matrix with a StorageWorks EVA4400 SAN <ul><li>Factory-integrated </li></ul><ul><li>Enterprise class features at an affordable price </li></ul><ul><li>Has all you need –embedded switches and 3.6TB to start </li></ul><ul><li>HP will implement Matrix with existing SANs (HP StorageWorks or certified 3 rd party arrays) </li></ul>Buy a new SAN… … or connect to your existing SAN StorageWorks EVA4400 kit
    75. 75. Web Server Tier App Server Tier Database Tier <ul><li>Allocate cost effective storage for physical workloads and now also for VMs based on required service levels </li></ul><ul><li>Support for FC, NFS and now iSCSI </li></ul>$4K/TB $8K/TB $1K/TB CloudSystem Matrix - Storage Tagging Lowering Storage Costs through Integration with Storage Tiering Up to 50% reduction in storage costs Note: cost /TB based on HP StorageWork portfolio Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 3 2 1
    76. 76. <ul><li>Provides control for VM data store selection during provisioning process </li></ul>VM Storage Tagging Define Tags: Admin defines tags for available pre-configured VM data stores based on defined criteria Tier 1, 2, 3 Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze Replication, backup policies Fibre Channel or iSCSI Request: User requests virtual machines from templates in Insight Dynamics self-service portal Provision: New VMs will be provisioned to VM host with available Tier 2 storage Planning Provisioning Tier 1 Storage Tier 2 Storage Tier 3 Storage VM Host VM Host Design: Architect specifies which storage tier is required for VMs in this template (Tier 2)
    77. 77. <ul><li>With HP P4000 G2 SAN solutions, iSCSI based </li></ul>Storage for Virtual Server Deployments <ul><li>HP P4000 G2 SAN solutions (formerly LeftHand) excel at: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Eliminating storage bottlenecks in virtual server environments, e.g. due to the growth of VMs, via storage clustering </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Providing uniquely resilient SAN availability via Network RAID </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reducing storage costs with all-inclusive feature set </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Boosting storage utilization / efficiencies with thin provisioning </li></ul></ul>HP CloudSystem Matrix supports use of the iSCSI based HP StorageWorks P4000 SAN as VM data store for VMware and MS Hyper-V Optimized for Virtual Server deployments Capacity SAN Performance SAN Note: Matrix recovery management for iSCSI based P4000 is not supported
    78. 78. 5 steps to order and fulfill <ul><li>Step 1: Quote/order starter kit and choose options </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Account team quotes and places order, with help from Factory Express Engagement Program Manager (if required by order) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Customers may buy add-on kits at same time (or buy later) to add blades/enclosures </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Step 2: Factory Express team verifies order and Matrix-specific Customer Intent Document (CID), if needed </li></ul><ul><li>Step 3: Factory Express performs hardware configuration, including firmware verification/updating, (if EVA4400 purchased with Starter Kit) </li></ul><ul><li>Step 4: Customer contacted by Technology Services project manager to complete pre-install checklist </li></ul><ul><li>Step 5: Technology Services performs onsite installation; final demo and knowledge transfer to customer; overview of additional service opportunities </li></ul>
    79. 79. Key links <ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrix </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Main web page </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Business case </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>White papers, docs, FAQ, etc. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrixtemplates </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Reference templates and supporting materials (ISVs such as Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, etc.) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrixdemos </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Video demos </li></ul></ul><ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrixcompatibility </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Compatibility chart </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Firmware and software downloads </li></ul></ul><ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrix tco </li></ul><ul><ul><li>TCO calculations </li></ul></ul><ul><li>www.hp.com /go/matrixusecases </li></ul><ul><ul><li>HP CloudSystem Matrix Step-by-Step Use Case Studies </li></ul></ul>hp.com/go/matrixtemplates
    80. 80. Resources Where to go for help <ul><li>Get general support for Matrix deals </li></ul><ul><ul><li>AMS: Vance Baran </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>EMEA: James Henry </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>APJ: Thiantara Krauthorn </li></ul></ul><ul><li>CloudSystem Opportunity? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>AMS: Michael Slavich </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>http://ea.sharepoint.hp.com/teams/industrystrategy/cloud/Pages/AMS.aspx </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Xavier Poisson EMEA : </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>http://ea.sharepoint.hp.com/teams/industrystrategy/cloud/Pages/EMEA.aspx </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>APJ:  Suparno Banerjee </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>http://ea.sharepoint.hp.com/teams/industrystrategy/cloud/Pages/APJ.aspx </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Get presales support for CSA for Matrix deals – HP Software leads </li></ul><ul><ul><li>AMS: Jennifer Galvin </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>EMEA: Andy Mackay </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>APJ: Andrew Mathes </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Learn more about CSA for Matrix </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Customer presentation, datasheet, demo, whitepaper, FAQ, training webinars </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>http://intranet.hp.com/tsg/WW2/ess-swmarketing/Pages/InsightSW_HPSW.aspx </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Direct your customers to learn more </li></ul><ul><ul><li>CSA for Matrix: ww.hp.com/go/CSA4matrix </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>HP CloudSystem Matrix: www.hp.com/go/matrix </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>HP CloudSystem: www.hp.com/go/clo u dsystem </li></ul></ul>
    81. 81. Matrix UI Homepage
    82. 82. Automation interfaces – Cloud APIs <ul><li>New Web service SOAP APIs allowing customers and partners to integrate infrastructure orchestration capabilities </li></ul><ul><li>Set of CLI wrappers available </li></ul><ul><li>Client toolkit generated from WSDL in a variety of technologies (java, python, flex, etc…) </li></ul><ul><li>Example operations: </li></ul><ul><li>Catalog </li></ul><ul><ul><li>List, import, export </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Service </li></ul><ul><ul><li>List, Get, Create, Delete, Activate, Deactivation, Power On/Off </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Requests </li></ul><ul><ul><li>List, Get, Approve, Reject, Continue, Cancel </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Logical Server Group </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Find, Get, Activate, Deactivate, Power On/Off </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Server Pool </li></ul><ul><ul><li>moveServerToPool </li></ul></ul>Submitted to DMTF Cloud Incubator
    83. 83. Web service APIs for chargeback or other integration Service resource costs Web service APIs Chargeback/ Billing system Blade System Matrix http://h30507.www3.hp.com/t5/Eye-on-Blades-Blog-Trends-in/Integrating-BladeSystem-Matrix-into-a-Chargeback-or-Billing/bc-p/80394#M435
    84. 84. Multi-tenancy Extensible Rules engine for identity-based allocation/placement decisions Network Allocation Example http://h30507.www3.hp.com/t5/Eye-on-Blades-Blog-Trends-in/Customizing-BladeSystem-Matrix-Allocation-Rules-Engine-for-Multi/ba-p/80556
    85. 85. Integrity NonStop: Continuous availability for mission-critical 24/7 operations Blade everything: For all workloads, from small sites to heterogeneous data centers c7000: An adaptive infrastructure in a 17-inch box c3000: Virtual infrastructure for small businesses or remote sites ExDS 9100: Extreme scale data storage for managing digital content growth CloudSystem Matrix: Converged platform enabling shared services
    86. 86. Lifecycle support management – migrate and save for the future Upgrade within your budget & spend less on administration Flexible Financing with HP Financial Services – 0% and 36 month leases <ul><li>Comprehensive assessment services for rapid payback </li></ul><ul><li>HP ROI for Consolidation & Virtualization workshop </li></ul><ul><li>Energy Efficiency Services </li></ul><ul><li>Do more with your current systems and staff </li></ul><ul><li>Proactive Select – targeted consultancy and services options </li></ul><ul><li>Help you enhance investment return </li></ul><ul><li>Insight Remote Support </li></ul><ul><li>24x7 monitoring/problem identification </li></ul><ul><li>Rapid deployment of new technology </li></ul><ul><li>CloudSystem Matrix Implementation Service </li></ul>
    87. 87. Build your step-by-step, customized and high-level roadmap www.hp.com/go/CIMM Get started with Converged Infrastructure Build your own roadmap toward the data center of the future. Determine your current data center state, and how best to progress to your desired “end state”. Encompass all key areas – technology, process, people, IT governance – to make more informed decisions. <ul><ul><li>Expand existing capabilities </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Identify / prioritize project types </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Compare to others in your class </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Accelerate IT value </li></ul></ul>Converged Infrastructure Maturity Model (CI-MM)
    88. 88. HP CloudSystem Matrix integrated services Highly recommended <ul><li>Matrix 4-5 year 24/7 Care Pack uplifts for entire solution (HW + SW) </li></ul><ul><li>Proactive Select Service – single point of contact; flexible credit toward family of services (HP Ed Services, assessments, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Data Center Consulting and Assessment Services (e.g. Power and Cooling Assessments, Capacity Assessments, Virtualization Consulting, Custom SOW services, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Integration with HP Operations Orchestration automation </li></ul><ul><li>Higher level of service (up to Mission Critical) </li></ul><ul><li>HP Education offerings – broad Blades and Virtualization courses </li></ul>Included <ul><li>Integrated Matrix Implementation Service with project management </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Config, install, and orient to CloudSystem Matrix </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Provides steps based on customer environment that cannot be completed in the factory </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Product Warranty and Support Services </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Next Business Day hardware warranty support </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Included 3 year 24x7 hardware (4-hour response) and software support </li></ul></ul>
    89. 89. Matrix Flex-10 Starter Kit Components 535888-B21 HA115A1-5NL included 627805-B21 TC637A (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect Flex-10 Eth, FC 8Gb (connecting to FC 8Gb HBAs) (3) Insight software (Matrix Operating Environment with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) (4) DL360c G7 for central management server (substitutable*, or) (5) Factory/Factory Express services (6) Starter kit implementation service Just add blades and storage! For storage, HP offers a Matrix-optimized EVA4400 with pre-provisioned LUNs 2 3 4 5 1
    90. 90. Matrix Flex-10 Expansion Kit Components 507021-B21* * Up to 4 expansion kits installed with Starter Kit services HA115A1#5NL, requires HA115A1#5P9 for greater than 4 expansion kits (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect Flex-10 Eth, FC 8Gb (connecting to FC 8Gb HBAs) (3) Insight software (Matrix Operating Environment with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) 1 2 3
    91. 91. Matrix FlexFabric Starter Kit Components 627806-B21 HA115A1-5NL included 627805-B21 TC637A (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect FlexFabric Modules, redundant pairs (3) Insight software (Matrix Operating Environment with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) (4) DL360c G7 for central management server (substitutable*, or) (5) Factory/Factory Express services (6) Starter kit implementation service Just add blades and storage! For storage, HP offers a Matrix-optimized EVA4400 with pre-provisioned LUNs 2 3 4 5 1
    92. 92. Matrix FlexFabric Expansion Kit Components 627807-B21* * Up to 4 expansion kits installed with Starter Kit services HA115A1#5NL, requires HA115A1#5P9 for greater than 4 expansion kits (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect FlexFabric modules, redundant pair (3) Insight software (Matrix Operating Enviroment with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) Just add blades! 1 2 3
    93. 93. Ordering steps *Watson will pre-populate and require if 535888-B21 selected Utilize HP Financial Services for advantageous financing about worldwide, plus ProLiant iCAP (US only) to pay for spares or servers only when they get provisioned within your infrastructure. See HP CloudSystem Matrix QuickSpecs for further detail ( http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13297_div/13297_div.html ) BladeSystem Matrix Starter kit EVA4400 (optional) Expans. kit Expans. kit Step 1 (Recommended): Choose a rack; note: if rack not purchased, customer needs to buy services (HP Install c7000 Enclosure and Server Build Service UE494E (fixed); HA113A1-5FY (flex)) to install and cable into rack onsite Step 2 (Mandatory): 535888-B21 - HP BLc Matrix Starter Components Contains these blade components: c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA, and Virtual Connect Flex-10 Eth, FC 8Gb. Don’t forget to add SFPs for Virtual Connect modules: HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet modules, redundant pair -- no transceivers/SFPs included so that you can choose these options - need to add. HP Virtual Connect 8Gb 24-Port FC Module, redundant pair – two [2] Fibre Channel SFP+ transceivers included with each module (4 total per redundant pair). Add additional desired SFPs as needed. Also includes: Factory integration services for default racking and cabling of Starter Kit, updating of firmware for all purchased components and blades within Starter Kit (and Expansion Kits, if also ordered) to the Matrix Firmware Release Set 1.xx level, and coordination of order and fulfillment with HP Service/authorized partner to deliver the Matrix (Onsite) Implementation Service Step 3 (Mandatory*): TC637A - HP BL Matrix SW FIO 16-Svr 24x7 Supt: Contains these Insight software licenses: ID-VSE (includes HPIO and HPIR), VCEM, ICE, SMP-U, 16-pack/encl lics (1 entitlement); IS DVD media Step 4 (De-selectable): 570775-B21 - BL460c G6 Special to serve role as central mgmt server (CMS); if de-selected, user must provide or order another ProLiant server or blade that meets CMS requirements ( http://docs.hp.com/en/T8671-90062/ar02.html ) BL460c G6 configuration: 2.53GHz Xeon (2 processors); 10GbE Flex-10 embedded dual-port NIC, iLO 2, 6GB (3x 2GB) PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333) Unbuffered DIMMs, SA P410i embedded controller, 256MB RAID cache module, 2x 146GB 3G SAS 10K SFF DP HDD, Emulex LPe1105-HP 4Gb FC HBA Step 5 (Mandatory*): HA115A1-5NL - Matrix (Onsite) Implementation Service Step 6 (De-selectable): AJ699B, HA839A1, and HA865A1 - HP EVA4400 SAN Starter Kit 400GB 10K Factory integrated Contains: EVA4400 dual controller array with embedded NPIV 8Gb/s switches, M6412 HDD enclosure, 8x 400 GB 10K HDDs, CommandView LTU (4x 1TB), Smart Start and CV media, 4x Emulex 8Gb/s PCI-E HBAs – included to also connect four stand-alone servers HA839A1 and HA865A1 provide required factory integration and pre-configured LUN setup Step 7 (Required option): Varies – Add ProLiant and Integrity server blades (see BL Matrix Compatibility Chart for supported models). Don’t forget to add FC HBAs. Step 8 (De-selectable*): Varies – 3-year warranty uplift for all hardware and software components in this Starter kit (or total order) Done! This completes a Starter Kit, but be sure to consider also ordering these key “options” below: Add 507021-B21 HP BLc Matrix Expansion Kits (for more ready-to-go infrastructure for your Matrix environment) plus server blades and 3-year warranty uplift for the Expansion Kits Add other key options such as operating system licenses, hypervisor licenses, Proactive Select services, Educational Services, rack and power options, etc.
    94. 94. Overall order process 2-Dec-08 Watson / SBW Customer Intent Document HP or channel pre-sales HP or channel account manager (or inside sales rep) Standard factory process Verification QuickSpecs Email Vista Fusion Factory Express Engagement Manager 535888-B21 Starter Kit Without HP EVA 4400 or Custom Options 535888-B21 Starter Kit With HP EVA 4400 or Other Custom Requirements Technical Presales Order Details TS or channel services presales Verification <ul><li>Rack optional </li></ul><ul><li>Starter Kit (535888-B21) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Requires: Software kit (TB462A) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Requires: Implem Service (HA115A1-5NL) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Optional: 460c G6 CMS blade </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Optional: EVA4400 kit </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Add: blades…. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Optional: Expansion Kit(s) (507021-B21) </li></ul>
    95. 97. HP Enterprise Business. Outcomes that matter.
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