BLADE Cloud Ready Network Architecture

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As enterprises and their IT providers seek to harness the potential of cloud computing, their networks must be equipped with five essential elements:
1. High-bandwidth/low-latency switching
2. Convergence to Ethernet
3. Massive virtualization for agile workloads
4. Scalable management
5. Advanced energy efficiency

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  • <number>05/06/09With BLADEHarmony Manager, one can manage by:A single deviceA set of devices in a chassis or rackAll the switches in their network
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  • BLADE Cloud Ready Network Architecture

    1. 1. Cloud Ready Network Architecture Open Products, Shipping Now ©2009 BLADE Network Technologies © BLADE Network Technologies, 2009 www.bladenetwork.net VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER
    2. 2. Agenda Cloud Ready Network Architecture – five required technologies for virtual, agile data centers • New FCoE-ready 10GbE Switch for IBM BladeCenter IBM’s BNT 10-port 10Gb Ethernet Switch Module – First FCoE-ready blade switch – First blade switch with 100G uplink capacity • Stonefly chooses BLADE for its highest performance iSCSI SAN appliance for massive storage virtualization and cloud computing • BLADE Switches with VMready first to provide up to 1,000 virtual ports for cloud-ready networking – Required shift in how to view Ethernet switches – configure and manage traffic per Virtual Machine, not per server – Open – Supports all hypervisors • BLADE joins Microsoft Virtualization Partner Program VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 2
    3. 3. BLADE Overview • BLADE Info • Products – Independent, venture-funded company, – Embedded switches for blade servers founded 2006 – Top of Rack BLADE RackSwitch™ family – Headquartered in Santa Clara, CA; 190 – Network virtualization & management employees • Achievements – Sales and Support in North America, AP, – Nearing 6M datacenter ports shipped Japan, China, Korea, Europe, Middle East – 12,000+ switches at one customer – R&D divisions in Ottawa, Canada & – 54% unit growth in 2008; 48% blade Durham, NC switch market share (2x more than Cisco) – Firsts • 1st Layer 2-3 & Layer 2-7 for blades • 1st 10G for blade servers • 1st blade network virtualization • 1st Green Networking company • 1st 10G switch under $500/port • Customers – 300 of the Fortune 500; 26+ industries – Industry leading OEMs and partners VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 3
    4. 4. Strong Position in Switch Market 1G Fixed, Managed Ethernet 10G Fixed, Managed Ethernet Rank Vendor Q4’08 Ports Q4’08 Share Rank Vendor Q4’08 Ports Q4’08 Share 1 CISCO 9,273.5 56.0% 1 CISCO 89.4 55.1% 2 HP PROCURVE 1,417.3 8.6% 2 HP PROCURVE 13.3 8.2% 3 3COM/H3C 1,041.9 6.3% 3 BLADE 12.9 7.9% 4 NORTEL 810.5 4.9% 4 3COM/H3C 12.0 7.4% 5 BLADE 461.7 2.8% 5 NORTEL 7.2 4.5% 6 LINKSYS 434.9 2.6% 6 ALCATEL-LUCENT 4.0 2.5% 7 EXTREME 327.2 2.0% 7 EXTREME 2.4 1.5% 8 ALCATEL-LUCENT 325.3 2.0% 8 DLINK 2.2 1.4% 9 DLINK 301.7 1.8% 9 FOUNDRY 2.0 1.2% 10 FOUNDRY 296.2 1.8% 10 ALLIED TELESYN 1.9 1.1% 11 ALLIED TELESYN 279.5 1.7% 11 FORCE10 1.4 0.9% 12 JUNIPER 276.4 1.7% 12 JUNIPER 1.0 0.6% 13 ENTERASYS 250.2 1.5% 13 ENTERASYS 0.4 0.3% 14 HUAWEI 218.3 1.3% 14 NETGEAR 0.3 0.2% 15 NETGEAR 121.2 0.7% 15 HUAWEI 0.2 0.1% 16 FORCE10 26.4 0.2% OTHERS 7.3% OTHERS 4.2% Source: Ethernet Switch Report, 4Q08, Dell’Oro Group, February 2009 Note: Ports shown in 1000s VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 4
    5. 5. Dynamic Infrastructure: Building the Cloud • New data centers are using cloud architectures to provide new levels of flexible, dynamic, cost-effective computing. • Dynamic cloud-enabled data centers place new demands on the network. [compute] [connect] [orchestrate] Mobile Workload Intelligent Fabric Dynamic Management Scale Workload mobility: Fabric Intelligence: Dynamic Management: • Abstraction of compute • Abstraction of fabric medium • Abstraction of compute & fabric • Utilization & efficiency • Efficiency & load balancing • Job scheduling & management • Disaster recovery • Disaster recovery • Disaster recovery • Ease of provisioning • Ease of provisioning • Global provisioning • Follows workload VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 5
    6. 6. Components of a Cloud Mobile Workload Server Server Server CNA CNA CNA Orchestration Policies | SLAs Cross-cloud Workload Mobility Policies | SLAs Fabric | Cloud 1 Client Network Fabric | Cloud 2 Inter-ISP Scale Home Network Policies | SLAs Policies | SLAs CNA CNA CNA Server Server Server VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 6
    7. 7. Cloud Ready Network Architecture Addresses network requirements in five critical areas: 1. High bandwidth / low latency 2. Convergence to Ethernet 3. Support for agile workloads 4. Build-out and management 5. Green / low power Cloud Ready “Truths”: • Solutions should be OPEN – with multi-vendor support • Customers prefer incremental deployment, not rip and replace VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 7
    8. 8. 10-port 10GbE Switch First 100G Uplink Blade Server Switch IBM’s “BNT 10-port 10Gb Ethernet Switch Module” • 10 x 10G uplinks – first to offer 100 Gbps uplinks in a single blade server switch • First FCoE Ready Blade Switch • Line rate performance with low latency • Power – Less power than a single light bulb • Investment Protection Choose what you need, per port: 10G SFP+ Fiber Optics 10G SFP+ Direct Attach Cable (twinax) 1G optics for legacy connections 1. High bandwidth / low latency VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 8
    9. 9. 10-port 10GbE Switch First FCoE-ready Blade Switch SAN, LAN, and Cluster traffic will converge on 10G Ethernet SAN • Lossless with Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) – Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) Fibre Channel • Low latency for high-performance clusters (HPC) • Low power due to fewer components • Low cost – reduce adapters, cabling & management LAN Ethernet Ethernet HPC Cluster FCoE Traffic InfiniBand 10-port 10Gb ESM Gateways • NAS and iSCSI – available today – work better with loss-less fabrics • Open solutions preserve customer choice 2. Convergence to Ethernet VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 9
    10. 10. Partner Validation – Stonefly • StoneFly, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated IP Storage Area Network (SAN) systems – Virtualized IP SAN solution with enterprise-class performance of up to 950MB/s using 10 Gigabit Ethernet. – Solution combines StoneFly’s new Voyager IP SAN appliance with BLADE’s RackSwitch 10 Gigabit Ethernet data center switch to deliver this best-of-breed iSCSI SAN performance. – Stonefly supports VMware – to enable storage in a seamless, flexible and dynamic cloud environment 1. High bandwidth / low latency switch 2. Convergence of storage traffic to Ethernet VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 10
    11. 11. BLADE’s RackSwitch Outperforms Cisco BLADE : 8x lower latency than Cisco BLADE: 100% Line Rate BLADE: Certified Cisco: <50% Line Rate interoperability into Cisco networks BLADE: 65% lower power than Cisco BLADE: 5x better price/performance than Cisco Tolly #209115, “BLADE Network Technologies RackSwitch G8100 Series: Competitive Performance Evaluation versus Cisco Catalyst 4900M Switch,” May 2009 Tolly #209116, “BLADE Network Technologies: RackSwitch G8000, G8100, and G8124 Functionality Certification and Cisco Catalyst Interoperability Evaluation,” May 2009 VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 11
    12. 12. VMready First 1000 Port Cloud-ready Switch Today’s switch RackSwitch with VMreadyTM: • Switch sees physical ports • Switch sees each Virtual Machine • Can’t manage VM traffic • Automatic tracking of VMs Server Server Server Server Server Server VMs physical ports v-ports 10’s of Physical ports Up to 1000’s of Virtual ports A totally new way of looking at Ethernet switching! 3. Support for agile workloads VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 12
    13. 13. VMreadyTM – for Virtualization Mobility Today’s switches, before VMready Switch with VMready Manual Configuration to support Automatic configuration per Virtual Virtual Machine mobility port Complex – lots of time configuring Reduced load on IT staff High risk for security exposures Security settings follow VMs automatically Reporting granularity: physical ports Automatic tracking of VM traffic Features of VMready • Shipping today for HP and IBM blade server systems • Shipping on RackSwitch later this year • Scalable from 0 to 1000 VMs at no additional cost • No CPU resources used – entirely switch based • OPEN – VMready works with VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Xen, Red Hat & others • BLADE joins Microsoft Virtualization Partner Program – announced today 3. Support for agile workloads VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 13
    14. 14. Cloud Build-out Requires a Scale Up Approach • Rackonomics – building out data centers a rack (or more) at a time Web – Design once, then replicate traffic • SmartConnect™ I/O Virtualization – Provide centralized I/O points for a whole blade chassis or rack Video – Decouple scaling of CPU, I/O and storage traffic – Server-centric interface for server administrators Backup traffic 4. Build out and management VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 14
    15. 15. BLADEHarmony Manager Manage by VM, Device, Chassis, Rack, etc DB Manage traffic from “per VM” to “per Rack” and beyond Racks, Blade Rows, VMs Servers Switches Server Containers, Chassis Data Centers 4. Build out and management VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 15
    16. 16. BLADEHarmony Manager User Interface Quick drill down to specific areas to monitor Navigation Tree provides logical grouping Graph real- time metrics over time Health Summary of devices 4. Build out and management VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 16
    17. 17. Smarter Planet – Energy Savings • 10-port 10GbE switch for IBM – less power than a single light bulb (82W) • RackSwitch 24 port G8124 – less power than 2 light bulbs (165 W) SFP+ optics 5. Power efficiency VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 17
    18. 18. Cloud Ready Network Architecture Addresses network requirements in five critical areas: 1. High bandwidth / low latency 10-port 10Gb ESM 2. Convergence to Ethernet 10-port 10Gb ESM 3. Support for agile workloads VMready 1000 port switch 4. Build-out and management Rackonomics 5. Green / low power All BLADE switches Coming Cloud Ready announcements will continue to build on these five requirements Cloud Ready “Truths”: • OPEN solutions – with multi-vendor support • Incremental deployment, not rip and replace VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 18
    19. 19. Disclaimer • BLADE makes no warranties regarding the accuracy of this information. BLADE does not warrant or represent that it will introduce any product to which the information relates. It is presented for discussion purposes only. • All statements regarding BLADE’s future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, at BLADE’s sole discretion. • Prices, delivery dates and technical specifications are subject to change without notice. • Copyright 2009 BLADE Network Technologies. BLADE Network Technologies, the BLADE logo, BLADEHarmony, RackSwitch, SmartConnect and VMready are trademarks of BLADE Network Technologies. All other names or marks are property of their respective owners. VIRTUAL COOLER EASIER BLADE Network Technologies 5-Jun-09 19

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