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Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA
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Beneficios de combinar el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA

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Descubra los beneficios y sorpréndase combinando el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA.

Descubra los beneficios y sorpréndase combinando el poder de Cisco y SAP HANA.

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  • 1. Descubra los beneficios de combinarel poder de Cisco y SAP HANARoxana Diaz / Cisco SystemsMonth 02, 2013
  • 2. Agenda• Introducing SAP HANA• Introducing Cisco for SAP HANA• Cisco Single Server Solution for SAP HANA• Cisco Scale-Out Solution with EMC for SAP HANA• Cisco Scale-Out Solution with NetApp for SAP HANA © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Why Cisco for SAP HANA?Innovative software solutions requires innovativeinfrastructureBlade Server based Scale-Out SolutionSimplified Management for 40+ SAP HANA nodesNo internal StorageSolutions with two key storage vendors (EMC and Netapp)Proven storage technology with all nice features around Backup, HA andDR (or DT as called from SAP)Cisco Orchestration Software© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. Typical Blade architecturesplenty of components to configure, managed and fail Mgmt Server• Redundant LAN and SAN Switches per enclosure• Enclosure management system (typically a SPoF)• Redundant top of the rack / end of the row LAN / SAN Switches• Redundant System management servers• Complex to configure and to extend without changing FC Zoning …• Complex application specific cluster solution• SAP Licence keys still bound to physical hardware © 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. Cisco UCS reduce complexitywhats not there must not be managed and can’t fail Cisco architecture eliminates complete layers • Integrated LAN/SAN ports extended down to the enclosure – “one hop” switching • Fabric-Switches manage the whole row• Extreme easy to extend without changing the FC Zoning using Service profiles • 15 minutes to add Chassis or Blades (UCSM auto-discovery) • 10 minutes to configure up to 56 virtual NICs and HBAs per blade • 10 minutes to add an ESX server using Templates & PXE Boot • 10 minutes to add an SAP App server using Tidal Software© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. Distributed Architecture 20Gb/s 2x 1 Link 2x 2 Link 40Gb/s 2x 4 Link 80Gb/s Links 2x 8 20 Gbps per Chassis 40 Gbps per Chassis 80 Gbps per Chassis 160 Gbps per Chassis•Wire once for bandwidth, not connectivity•Policy-driven bandwidth allocation•All links can be active all the time•Integrates as a single system into your data center© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. Unified, Embedded ManagementAligns People, Policy, and Configuration With Workload ECC (Prod) Unified UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information Management LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy CRM (PROD) Subject Matter Experts UUID, MAC, WWN Define Policies Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Storage Server Network Firmware Policy SME SME SME BPM / Portals (QA) UUID, MAC, WWN Boot Information LAN, SAN Config Firmware Policy BI (DEV) Policies Used UUID, MAC, WWN to Create Boot Information Server Policy… Service Profile LAN, SAN Config Templates Firmware Policy Storage Policy… Server Name Network Policy… UUID, MAC, WWN Virtualization Policy… Boot Information Service Profile Associating Service LAN, SAN Config Templates Profiles with Hardware Application Profiles… Firmware Policy Create Service Profiles Configures Servers Automatically© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. Hardware State Abstraction & Service Profiles ServService Profiles Profile Name = hana-node-1 UUID = 12345678-ABCD-9876-5432-ABCDEF123456 Description = HANA node 1 Network Side LAN Config Adapter PCI Order = vNIC0 first, then vNIC1, then vHBA….. Number of NIC’s = HANA-Static-NIC-Policy vNIC0 Switch = Switch A vNIC0 Pin Group = SwitchA-pingroupA vNIC0 VLAN Trunking = Disabled vNIC0 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 vNIC0 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:01 vNIC0 Hardware Failover Enabled = No vNIC0 QoS policy = HANA-QoS-policy vNIC1 Switch = Switch B Servers become secure interchangeable hardware components vNIC1 Pin Group = SwitchB-pingroupA vNIC1 VLAN Trunking = Disabled vNIC1 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 vNIC1 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:02 Easy to move Database nodes across server hardware vNIC1 Hardware Failover Enabled = No vNIC1 QoS policy = HANA-QoS-policy  No LAN, SAN Zoning or any reconfiguration Policy for VM vNIC’s = 101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy... Server Side LAN Config Re-purpose hardware based on changing workloads •HANA Networking= vNIC tied to Port-Group: • 101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy, etc.  Add Application Tier components or upgrade hardware as situation demands© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
  • 9. Uniqueness of UCSDynamic provisioning with serviceprofiles and stateless blade serverSAP License Key is bound to the Service Profileand not to the physical bladeUnified Fabric: low latency & highthroughputScale SAP HANA across multipleChassis without increasing IO latencyHigh available SAP operation withoutscripting orgies© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. Scale-Out concept with UCS Storage array Storage array Storage array Storage arrayManagementServer Mgmt Point UCS Max 16 active servers - 1-4x active or standby server per Chassis© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. Sample Configuration with 12 Blades12* UCS B440 M23* EMC VNX5300© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
  • 12. Configuration details• Redundant Infrastructure No additional components for up to 36 server Up to 60 server with Nexus 5596 and UCS 6296• 1 Storage per 4 Active nodes• PXE boot with NFS, no FC, no iSCSIValidated for, but not limitedto: 2 – 16 Active nodes 1 – X Standby nodes© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. Uniqueness of UCS for HANA Unified Fabric reduce cabling by ½ Scale HANA across multiple chassis without increasing IO latency Stateless Computing make Servers freely interchangeable hardware components Service profiles enable “bare metal” move of appliance between datacenter HANA specific monitoring software as part of the Cisco intelligent automation© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. Thank You!Contact information:Roxana DiazCSE DCroxadiaz@cisco.com52671823
  • 15. HANA monitoring byCisco Intelligent AutomationSupports the daily operation of a HANA appliance by:Monitoring the CPU, memory, and the average index read time at blade levelAutomating maintenance, including firmware updates and file systemvalidationEnsuring configuration management assurance for all appliance componentsMonitoring data services availabilityProactively monitoring HANA subsystem components statusMonitoring query execution response times using the HANA index for thequery execution HANA Query Response TimeExecutingsample queries and recording total execution time and querycomponent performance breakdownProactively monitoring the TREX services statistics based on thresholdsAlerting CPU, memory, or throughput thresholds for TREX servicesAutomating Cisco UCS blade and rack server provisioning for use in theappliance in minutes, instead of days© 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15

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