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VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN
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VMworld 2013: IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN

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VMworld 2013

Eric Deadwyler, IBM
Joseph Russell, VMware

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  • 1. IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN Eric Deadwyler, IBM Joseph Russell, VMware STO5684 #STO5684
  • 2. 2 Software-Defined Data Center Software-Defined Storage Software-Defined Storage Brings the Operational Model of Compute to Storage All infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, and the control of this data center is entirely automated by software Heterogeneous storage resources are abstracted into logical pools, consumed and managed through app-centric policy-based automation
  • 3. 3 Virtualization Changed the Storage Workload OS App Physical Virtual Infrastructure • 1:1 app to datastore • 1:1 data management • Predictable, single QoS • N:1 app to datastore • Random, multi-QoS • N:1 data management Hypervisor
  • 4. 4 Applications and Storage Are Becoming Increasingly Diverse Virtual Storage Arrays vSphere SAN/NAS Object / BLOB Traditional Applications • Traditional enterprise storage • HW-based resiliency, QoS Next Gen Cloud Apps • Scale out, flash, DAS • Application specific storage All SSD Array Server-side Flash How do we break silos? How do we match the right storage to the applications? How do we increase efficiency?
  • 5. 5 The Hypervisor Opens Up New Opportunities The virtualization platform: • Has Inherent knowledge of application • Has global view of infrastructure • Is hardware agnostic Hypervisor abstracts the plumbing and match the right storage to the app vSphere
  • 6. 6 SDS Is the Next-step in VMware’s Storage Innovation Software-Defined Storage vSphere Today Software-defined Storage vSphere Physical App App App • VMFS • VAAI • VAS • S-VMotion • S-DRS • VADP • vSphere Replication vSphere Data Services
  • 7. 7 VMware Approach to Software-Defined Storage vSphere App-centric Data Services Policy-Driven Control Plane Virtual Data Plane External storage Pool Converged Infrastructure Pool Backup
  • 8. 8 Driving Storage Innovation with Our Partner Ecosystem Software-Defined Storage Virtualized Data Plane App-centric Data Services Policy-Driven Control Plane
  • 9. 9 VMware Software-Defined Storage – Product Announcements Virtual SAN Converged Infrastructure VirstoVirtual Volumes vSphere Flash Read Cache vVols External Storage App-centric Data Services Now available Now Available as Public Beta (GA target H1 2014) Tech Preview, Partner Demos Now available with vSphere 5.5
  • 10. 10 Disk Group Disk Group Disk GroupDisk Group VMware Virtual SAN Architecture Disk Group Distributed Resource Manager Policy Engine ESXi Cluster Distributed Flash Caching HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD HDDSSD - Number of disk stripes per object - Number of failures to tolerate - Object space reservations - Flash read cache reservation - Force provisioning
  • 11. 11 Confidential • Handle peak performance such as boot, login, read/write storms • Seamless granular scaling from POC to deployment without huge upfront investments • Support high VDI density • Rapid storage provisioning and complete automation • Ideal price/performance • Minimizes data center footprint • Integrated with vSphere Replication and VMware SRM • Reduces cost of storage • Minimizes data center footprint VMware Virtual SAN – Initial Use Cases Virtual Desktop (VDI) Tier 2 / Tier 3 Test and Dev DR Target Site A Site B
  • 12. 12 Confidential VSAN Delivers The Same VDI Density As An All SSD Array At 25% Of The Cost • View Planner performance testing maximum VDI density on a 3 host scale • Estimated based on 2013 street pricing, CAPEX (includes storage hardware + Software License costs). Additional savings come from reduced Opex through automation. • Virtual SAN configuration: 9 VMs per core, with 40GB per VM, 1 copy for availability and 10% SSD for performance 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 VDIVMspercluster VSAN All SSD Array $79 $300 $600 $- $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $600 $700 Virtual SAN Full Clones All SSD Array Linked Clones All SSD Array Full Clones VSAN vs. All SSD $/desktop 288 VMs VSAN cost per desktop is 75% less than All SSD View Planner Benchmark (3 hosts cluster, 36 cores)
  • 13. 13 Confidential Virtual SAN Reduces The Cost Of Storage For VDI And Enables Granular Predictable Scaling Storagecostperdesktop Number of desktops • Compared to external storage at scale • Estimated based on 2013 street pricing, Capex (includes storage hardware + Software License costs) • Additional savings come from reduced Opex through automation • Virtual SAN configuration: 9 VMs per core, with 40GB per VM, 2 copies for availability and 10% SSD for performance VSAN enables predictable linear scaling Spikes correspond to scaling out due to IOPs requirements Virtual SAN External Storage
  • 14. 14 Confidential VMware Virtual SAN Delivers Radically Simple Storage For Your VMs • Estimated based on 2013 street pricing, Capex (includes storage hardware + software license costs) • Additional savings come from reduced Opex through automation • Configuration assume 10TB dual socket hosts 2 data copies for availability and 10% SSD for performance 8 node Virtual SAN cluster provides 80-100k IOPS
  • 15. 15 Confidential IBM Flex and PureFlex Systems Eric L. Deadwyler PureSystems Brand Sales Manager IBM North America eric1@us.ibm.com
  • 16. 16 Confidential IBM PureSystems Family Components Flexible Modular System Beyond Blades Infrastructure Pre-Integrated Cloud Infrastructure System Application Platform Cloud Application Platform Services Data Platform Big Data Platform Services IBM PureSystems™ combine the flexibility of a general purpose system, the elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance
  • 17. 17 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Infrastructure Flexibility
  • 18. 18 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Storage Flexibility IBM x240 Compute Node (2) HS HDD Bays Standard (4) HS SSD Bays Optional (+4) HS SSD Bays Optional IBM x240 Compute Node Single Server Node Dual Socket ntel Xeon E5-26xx “Sandy Bridge” 24 DIMM Slots – 768GB Max Memory
  • 19. 19 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Storage Flexibility IBM x222 Compute Node (1) HS HDD Bay/Server Standard IBM x222 Compute Node Server 1 Server 2 Dual Server Node Dual Socket Intel Xeon E5-24xx “Sandy Bridge”/Server 12 DIMM Slots – 384GB Max Memory/Server Server 2 Server 1 (2) HS SSD Bays/Server Optional
  • 20. 20 Confidential IBM x240 Compute Node IBM Storage Expansion NodeIBM x240 Compute Node IBM Flex Systems: Storage Flexibility IBM Storage Expansion NodeIBM x240 Compute Node Additional (12) HS HDDs or SSDs RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60
  • 21. 21 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Storage Flexibility IBM Flex System v7000 Storage Node (Dual Controllers (24) HS HDD or SSD Drive Bays Expansion Capabilities • 240 HDDs Per Control Enclosure • 960 HDDs Per Clustered System Advanced Features Included • System Storage Easy Tier • IBM FlashCopy® • Internal virtualization and thin provisioning • Data migration • System clustering IBM Flex System v7000 Storage Node
  • 22. 22 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: I/O Flexibility Ethernet 1Gb, 10Gb, 40Gb Virtual Fabric FCoE, iSCSI Fibre Channel 4Gb, 8Gb, 16Gb InfiniBand QDR, FDR
  • 23. 23 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: I/O Capability I/O Switch Bay 1 I/O Switch Bay 2 I/O Switch Bay 3 I/O Switch Bay 4 NodeBay1 Mid-plane I/O 1 I/O 2 Up to 16 I/O Lanes Per 2 Socket Node Up to 2560 Gb of connectivity bandwidth Flexible topology options Feature on demand scalability FCoE, vNIC, stacking, RoCE Availability features Mobility for large active VMs Growth in all active clusters VM mirroring Virtualized networking Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) Virtual NICs Software-Defined Network
  • 24. 24 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Systems Management  Flex System Manager  Management appliance  Supports up to 16 managed chassis  Supports up to 5,000 End Points  Single point of entry  Flex System Manager • Auto discovery of resources • Configuration wizards • Physical and virtual management • Lights out remote management • Network and storage management • Alerts, health status, call home • Integrated firmware management
  • 25. 25 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Systems Management More Intuitive User Experience Common IBM look and feel Single management entry point Visual status Active graphics
  • 26. 26 Confidential IBM Flex Systems: Integration Factory Integrated by IBM • All Components Installed • Racked into 42U Rack • Completely Cabled • Includes Management Platform (FSM) • Enhanced System Support • Installation Services at your location • Knowledge Transfer at your location • Completely Customizable
  • 27. 27 Confidential IBM PureFlex + VMware VSAN
  • 28. 28 Confidential Reference Architecture Example Leveraging VMware View  Leverages IBM Flex System • Flex x222 Node • (2) Intel E5-2470 Processors Per Server • 192Gb System Memory Per Server • (2) 200Gb SSDs Per Server • Flex System v7000 Node Support for 1500 VDI Users
  • 29. 29 Confidential Reference Architecture Example Leveraging VMware View (7) IBM x222 Compute Nodes • Total 200Gb Storage Each Server • Total 400Gb Storage Each Node • 2.8Tb Total Storage vSphere Before VSAN Implementation • 25Gb Each Server Reserved for Hypervisor • OS and Application Datastores on shared storage • 2.4Tb Total UNUSED Storage After VSAN Implementation • 25Gb Each Server Reserved for Hypervisor • OS and Application Datastores on shared storage • 2.4Gb Total VSAN SSD Datastore Storage SSD SSD IBM x222 Compute Node SSD SSD IBM x222 Compute Node SSD SSD IBM x222 Compute Node SSD SSD IBM x222 Compute Node IBM Flex System v7000 Storage Node VSAN 2.4 TB Clustered SSD VSAN Datastore
  • 30. 30 Confidential • It’s free! • It’s as easy as installing vSphere! Register for Virtual SAN Beta Now!
  • 31. THANK YOU
  • 32. IBM Solutions for VMware Virtual SAN Eric Deadwyler, IBM Joseph Russell, VMware STO5684 #STO5684

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