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Shaun Walsh, VP of marketing, Emulex, presented the '10GbE Top 10" at Interop Las Vegas in May 2011. If you missed it, here are the slides from that discussion.

Shaun Walsh, VP of marketing, Emulex, presented the '10GbE Top 10" at Interop Las Vegas in May 2011. If you missed it, here are the slides from that discussion.

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    • Shaun Walsh
      Emulex
      The 10GbE Top 10
    • The Data Center of the Future
      10G Ethernet and FCoE are enabling technologies to support the
      Virtual Data Center and Cloud Computing.
      Cloud Data Center
      Virtual
      Data Center
      Discrete
      Data Center
      Private cloud
      • 3 Discrete Networks
      • Equipment Proliferation
      • Management Complexities
      • Expanding OPEX & CAPEX
      • Converged Networks
      • Virtualized
      • Simplifies I/O Management
      • Reduces CAPEX & OPEX
      • Cloud Computing (Private & Public)
      • On-Demand Provisioning and Scale
      • Modular Building Blocks “Legos”
      • Avoid CAPEX & OPEX
    • Drivers of the Move to 10/40GbE
      StorageUniverse
      VirtualNetworking
      CloudConnectivity
      Network Convergence
      o
      • 7ZB by 2013
      • Mobile and VDI
      • Device-Centric
      • VM I/O Density
      • Scalable vDevices
      • End-to-End vI/O
      • New I/O Models
      • I/O Isolation
      • New Server Models
      • Multi-Fabric I/O
      • Evolutionary Steps
      • RoCEE Low Latency
    • VM Density Drives More I/O Throughput
      40 Gb
      10GbE & 16 Gb FC
      Don’t Know
      © 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • ESG’s Evolution of Network Convergence
      © 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Evolving Network Models
      Target Connect
      Host Connect
      Discrete
      Networks
      Converged
      Fabric
      Networks
      Converged
      Networks
    • Emulex Connect I/O Roadmap
      2010
      2011
      2012
      2013
      Unified Storage
      Multi-Fabric Technology
      Ethernet High
      Performance
      Computing
      Low Latency RoCEE
      RDMA
      I/O Management
      Value Added
      I/O Services
      16Gb
      32Gb
      8Gb
      Fibre Channel
      PCIe Gen3
      Converged Networking
      10Gb
      100Gb
      10GBaseT
      40Gb
      SR-IOV, Multichannel
      Universal
      LOMs
      10Gb
      10GBaseT
      40Gb
      Networked Server/ Power Management
      3rd Gen BMC
      4th Gen BMC
    • Waves of 10GbE Adoption
      Sources:
      Dell’Oro 2010 Adapter Forecast
      ESG Deployment Paper 2010
      IDC WW External Storage Report 2010
      IT Brand Pulse 10GbE Survey April 2010
      FCoE Storage 25% of I/O
      10GbE LOM Everywhere
      Wave 3
      Cloud Container Servers for Web Giants and Telcos
      1-2 Socket Server
      with NICs and Modular LOMs
      Wave 2
      10GbE Adoption Waves
      2-4 Socket X86 and Unix Rack Servers Drive 10Gb with Modular LOMs and UCNAs
      10Gb NAS and iSCSI Drive IP SAN Storage for Unstructured Data
      Wave 1
      10Gb LOM and Adapters for Blade Servers
      50% of IT Managers Cite Virtualization as the Driver of 10GbE in Blades
      2010
      2011
      2013
      Beyond
      2012
    • Wave 2 of 10GbE Market Adoption
      10GbE IP Storage
      Web Giants
      x86 & Unix Rack Servers
      65% of Server Shipments
      More that 2X the Revenue Opportunity
      Romley from Q4:11 to Q2:11
      Modular LOM on Rack
      More Cards vs. LOMs
      Cisco, Juniper, Brocade announced Multi-Hop FCoE in last 90 days
      10GbE NAS, ISCSI & FCoE Convergence
      Next Gen Internet Scale Applications (Search, Games & Social Media)
      Container & High Density servers migrating to 10GbE
      Growing to 15% of Servers
      Wave 2 – More Than Doubles 10GbE Revenue Opportunity CY12/13
    • The 10Gb Transition – Cross Over in 2012
      Source Dell Oro Group
    • #1) Switch Architecture Top of Rack
      Modular unit design – managed by rack
      Servers connect to 1-2 Ethernet switches inside rack
      Rack connected to data center aggregation layer with SR optic or twisted pair
      Blades effectively incorporate TOR design with integrated switch
      SAN
      Eth Aggregation
      FIBER
      FIBER
      FIBER
      SERVER CABINET ROW
    • Switch Architecture End of Row
      Server cabinets lined up side-by-side
      Rack or cabinet at end (or middle) of row with network switches
      Fewer switches in the topology
      Managed by row – fewer switches to manage
      SAN
      Eth Aggregation
      FIBER
      FIBER
      FIBER
      FIBER
      COPPER
      SERVER CABINET ROW
    • #2) 10Gb LOM on Rack Servers
      vs.
      Typically limited I/O expansion (1-2 slots)
      Much cheaper 10G physical interconnect – backplane Ethernet & integrated switch – leading 10G transition
      Earlier 10G LOM
      Generally more I/O & memory expansion
      More expensive 10G physical interconnect
      Later 10G LOM due to 10GBASE-T
    • Today’s Data Center
      Typically Twisted Pair for Gigabit Ethernet
      Some Cat 6, more likely Cat 5
      Optical cable for Fibre Channel
      Mix of older OM1 and OM2 (orange)and newer OM3 (green)
      Fibre Channel may notbe wired to every rack
      #3) Cables
    • Mid 1980’s
      Mid 1990’s
      Early 2000’s
      Late 2000’s
      100Mb
      1Gb
      10Gb
      10Mb
      UTP Cat 5SFP Fiber
      SFP+ Cu, Fiber
      X2, Cat 6/7
      UTP Cat 5
      UTP Cat 3
      TransceiverLatency (link)
      Power(each side)
      Cable
      Distance
      Technology
      Copper
      Twinax
      10m
      ~0.1ms
      ~0.1W
      SFP+ Direct Attach
      10GBase SR
      (short range)
      Optic
      Multi-Mode
      62.5mm - 82m50mm - 300m
      ~0
      1W
      Optic
      Single-Mode
      10GBase LR(long range)
      10 km
      Var
      1W
      10GbE Cable Options
      Cat6 - 55mCat 6a 100m
      Cat7 -100m
      ~2.5W (30m)~3.5W (100m)
      ~1W (EEE idle)
      Copper
      Twisted Pair
      ~2.5ms
      10GBASE-T
    • 3X Cost and 10X Performance
    • 10G BASE-T Will Dominate IT Connectivity
      Crehan Research 2011
    • New 10GBASE-T Options
      Top of Rack
      End of Row
      SFP+ is lowest cost option today
      Doesn’t support existing gigabit Ethernet LOM ports
      10GBASE-T support emerging
      Lower power at 10-30m reach (2.5w)
      Energy Efficient Ethernet reduces to ~1w on idle
      Optical is only option today
      10GBASE-T support emerging
      Lower power at 10-30m reach (2.5w this year)
      Can do 100m reachat 3.5w
      Energy Efficient Ethernet reduces to ~1w on idle
    • #4) Data Center Bridging
      Ethernet is a “best-effort” network
      • Packets may be dropped
      • Packets may be delivered out of order
      • Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is used to reassemble packets in correct order
      Data Center Bridging(aka “lossless Ethernet”)
      • The “bridge to somewhere” – pause-based link between nodes
      • Provides low latency required for FCoE support
      • Expected to benefit iSCSI, enable iSCSI convergence
    • Feature
      Benefit
      StandardsActivity
      IEEE Data Center Bridging Standards
    • Savings with Convergence
      After Convergence
      60 Cables
      Before Convergence 140 Cables
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      LOM
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      CNA
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      Savings Up To:
      • 28% on switches, adapters
      • 80% on cabling
      • 42% on power and cooling
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      IP
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
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      FC
      FC
      FC
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      FC
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      FC
      FC
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      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      (Based on 2 LOM, 8 IP and 4 FC Ports on 10 Servers)
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
      FC
    • Volume x86 systems
      High End Unix Systems
      To Converge or Not To Converge?
      Best business case for convergence
      Systems actually benefit by reducing adapters, switch ports and cabling
      Limited convergence benefit
      Typically large number of SAN and LAN ports
      System may go from 24 Ethernet and 24 Fibre Channel ports to 48 Converged Ethernet ports
      Benefits in later stages of data center convergence when Fibre Channel SAN fully running over Ethernet physical layer (FCoE)
    • #7) Select 10Gb Adapter
      10Gb LOM becoming standard on high-end servers
      Second adapter for high availability
      Should support FCoE and iSCSI offload for network convergence
      Compare performance for all protocols
    • Convergence Means Performance
      40 Gb/Sec
      900K IOPS/Sec
      Wider Track: More Data Lanes
      No Virtualization Conflicts
      Capacity for Provisioning
      Faster Engine: More Transactions
      More VMs/CPU
      QOS you demand
      Performance for Storage
      24
    • #8) Bandwidth and Redundancy
      NIC Teaming – Link Aggregation
      Multiple physical links (NIC ports) combined into one logical link
      Bandwidth aggregation
      Failover redundancy
      FC Multipathing
      Load balancing over multiple paths
      Failover redundancy
      Core
      Core
      Core
      Core
      a
      b
      Redundancy
      Redundancy
      Poor Density
      c
      d
    • NETWORK
      FRAMEWORK
      SAN
      LAN
      NETWORKCONVERGENCE
      #9 Management Convergence
      Future Proof
      SAN
      LAN
      Investment Protection
      Protects Your
      Configuration
      Investment
      Protects Your
      LAN & SAN Investment
      Protects Your
      Management
      Investment
    • Convergence and IT Management
      Traditional IT management
      Server
      Storage
      Networking
      Convergence is latest technology to perturb IT management
      Prior: Blades, Virtualization, PODs
      Drives innovation
      Storage
      Networking
      Server/Virtualization
    • #10) Deployment Plan
      Upgrade switches as needed to support 10Gb links to servers
      Plan for network convergence with switches that support DCB
      Focus on new servers
      Unified 10GbE platform for LOM, blade and stand-up adapters
    • Shaun Walsh
      Emulex
      The 10GbE Top 10
    • Flexible Converged Fabric Adapter Technology
      4x8
      2x8
      2x16
      Quad Port 8Gb FC
      Dual Port 8Gb FC
      Dual Port 16Gb FC
      1x40
      2x10
      Single Port 40Gb CNA
      Dual Port 10Gb CNA
      1x16 2x10
      4x10
      2x8 2x10
      Quad Port 10Gb CNA
      Single Port 16Gb FC
      Dual Port 10Gb CNA
      Dual Port 8Gb FC
      Dual Port10Gb CNA
    • Emulex at Interop Booth # 743
      First 16Gb HBA
      Fibre Channel
      Demonstration
      First UCNA
      10GbE Base-T
      Demonstration
      First UCNA
      40GbE
      Demonstration
      Interop
      May 9, 2011
      EMC World
      May 9, 2011
      Interop
      May 9, 2011
    • Wrap Up
      Many Phase to Market Transitions and Implementation
      10GBASE-T will drive 10Gb Cost in Racks
      Network Convergence is Coming; Best to be Ready
      Management of Domains Will be the Most Challenging
      10GBASE-T is Like Hanging Out with an Old Friend
    • THANK YOU
      For more information, please contact Shaun Walsh
      949.922.7472 shaun.walsh@emulex.com