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Tracey Doyle, HItachi Data Systems Director of Solutions and Cloud Program Management shares cloud strategies and solutions at SNW Spring 2012

Tracey Doyle, HItachi Data Systems Director of Solutions and Cloud Program Management shares cloud strategies and solutions at SNW Spring 2012

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  • To be considered a cloud, a solution must have the following key characteristics:Dynamic scale up and downSelf-servicePay-per-useTo help facilitate cloud deployments, the following are key cloud enablers:VirtualizationData mobilityMulti-tenancyDynamic provisioningData protectionData discoverabilityLocation independenceThe cloud architecture can be deployed in any of the following ways:Private: Hosted within an organization’s firewall and managed internally or externallyPublic: Hosted on the internet and managed by a providerHybrid: A combination of private and public
  • Historically, IT has focused on delivering infrastructure for each application. Our infrastructure cloud approach unifies your server, storage and network silos to improve utilization, simplify management and lower costs. Separating applications from underlying storage allows data to be moved freely according to usage, cost and application requirements with minimal impact to applications.As unstructured data overtakes structured data, our content cloud approach creates a warehouse to store billions of data objects. Intelligence makes it all indexable, searchable, and discoverable across applications and devices, anytime and anywhere. This allows you to cut costs associated with managing, storing and accessing data and automate the information lifecycle. Infrastructure and content form the foundation for the information cloud, which will help you repurpose and extract more value from your data and content. It integrates data across application silos and serves it up to analytics applications that connect data sets, reveal patterns across them, and surface actionable insights to business users. Underneath it all, our single virtualization platformensures your organization gets seamless access to all resources, data, content and information.
  • Cloud solution packageCan be purchased without the portal or service for customers and partnersCan leverage existing technology for investment protectionManagement portal (optional)Self-serviceBilling/meteringReportingHDS Managed Service (optional)Fully managed private cloudPay-per-use model
  • You know what to expect --- you know all the components will work together and performance testedPre-validated reference architectures, guides and servicesHitachi Data Systems tested-, end-to-end interoperability of compute, storage and network and MS validatedTypical and Max VM estimatedInfrastructure assures a consistent experience to the hosted workloadsStandardization of underlying physical servers, network devices and storage systems. Solutions based on a common cloud architecture that has already been tested and validatedTransformation workshop and planning services to help develop a roadmap for their private cloudRepeatable processes and outcomes built inRef Arch, guides and servicesTemplate based VM provisioningReliable Availability Architecture / Other: Separated host and mgmt clustersVirtual Machine High Availability: CB 2000 running Hyper-V and Failover clustering Virtual Machine Live Migration: Amin can live migrate a virtual machine from one blade in the cluster to another to balance workloads or prior to performing server maintenanceIntegrated management, so you can better monitor and managerAdapt to failures by utilizing management automation that detects and reacts to eventsHitachi provides monitoring packs for the Hitachi Compute Blade 2000 and the Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage 2500. Allowing admins to be notified of any alerts that require attention. CB 2000: Sophisticated Blade Failover: N+1 cold standby function enables multiple servers to share a standby server, increasing system availability while decreasing the need for multiple standby servers. N+M standby function enables failover cascading which reduces total downtime by allowing the app workloads to be shared among working servers. All modules, including fans and power supplies, can be configured redundantly and hot swapped, maximizing system uptime. Accommodates up to four power supplies in the chassis and can be configured with mirrored power supplies, providing backup on each side of the chassis and higher reliability Each fan module includes three fans to tolerate fan failures within a module AMS 2500:Reliability of AMS 2500 and it’s active – active controller: point-to-point back-end design isolates any component failures that might occur on back-end I/O paths96TB backup pool available for use with MS Data Protection Manager or existing backup solutionHDP pools used to host CSV to isolate the VM OS I/O from the application data I/O. NetworkSAN Architecture that provides multiple paths from the hosts w/in CB 2000 to multiple ports on AMS 2000Host Storage Domains on the AMS2500 were used to ensure that each blades WWNs were configured to provide dedicated Fibre Channel ports to each Hyper-V Failover cluster Dedicated management network to provides a degree of separation for security and ease of managementDedicated Cluster Shared Volumes and cluster communication network to ensure that when storage connectivity is lost to CSVs due to a failure in the fiber channel network, the I/O can be re-directed using the cluster network
  • Architecture / Other: Scalable architecture Increase virtual machine density while maintaining performance through monitoring of systems to ensure bottlenecks are detected and corrected – Using System Center and Hitachi management tools.Clustered Shared Volumes (CSV) used for the Hyper-V Failover eliminates the limitation of 1 VM per LUN/ drive letter…allowing for multiple VMs to be placed on a single CSVCB 2000: High density computing and throughput by removing performance and I/O bottlenecks –Maximum number of CPU native memory slotsLargest supported blade I/O bandwidths in it’s classVirtualization to consolidate application and database servers for backbone systems, which have been difficult in the pastHigh number of VM/blade (32 Typical - 96 Max) Adaptable Modular Storage 2500:Symmetric active-active controllers that provide integrated, automated hardware-based front-to-back-end I/O load balancing. -Controllers can dynamically and automatically assign the access paths from the controller to the LU Utilization rates of each controller are monitored so that a more even distribution of workload The point-to-point back-end design virtually eliminates I/O transfer delays and contention associated with Fibre Channel arbitration and provides significantly higher bandwidth and I/O concurrency Dynamic Provisioning software provides a wide-striping technology that dramatically improves performance, capacity utilization and management An improved I/O “buffer” to burst into during peak usage timesA smoothing effect to the Virtual Machine workload that can eliminate hot spots, resulting in reduced virtual machine issues related to performance Minimization of excess, unused capacity by leveraging the combined capabilities of all disks comprising a storage poolNetworkiSCSI storage traffic - A physically separate network has been defined in this reference architecture for iSCSI storage traffic to provide higher throughput and performance Sub-netting is used to break the configuration into smaller more efficient networks A Live Migration network to ensure the high speed transfer of VMs between nodes in the Hyper-V failover cluster Microsoft MPIO software round-robin load balancing used to automatically selects a path by rotating through all available paths, thus balancing the load across all available paths and optimizing IOPS and response time
  • Architecture / Other: Speed deployment of an initial cloud – single vendor for ordering, guides, etc of a pre-validated reference architecture.Services to assist with planning, deployment, etcQuickly provision virtual machines with the assurance that the underlying infrastructure resources are in placeRapid provisioning through automation of complicated tasks such as provisioning a new LUN, then adding to a host cluster…etc. Self Serve VM provisioning - Administrators can delegate authority to other users to allow them to create virtual machines based on a set of predetermined templateRapidly grow the infrastructure to adapt to market pressures by leveraging the scalable design of the architecture. Automated and self-service VM provisioningRoadmap to further automation and orchestration through Hitachi converged data center solutionsCB 2000: Multi-blade SMP Feature Combine CPU, memory and I/O resources of multiple blades into one Modular design to support faster blade modification and redeployment AMS 2500:Storage administrators are no longer required to manually define specific affinities between LUs and controllers, simplifying overall administrationActive-Active controller design is fully integrated with standard host-based multipathing, thereby eliminating mandatory requirements to implement proprietary multipathing software DPS - Elimination of the need to manage the placement of virtual machines via a manual process. Allows for the automation of virtual machine creation and deployment, Network
  • Choice: Virtual Storage Platform:
  • This is the maturity model for the converged solutions. We plan to offer solutions with various level of integration based on customers needs. In Phase 1, we have plan to deliver reference architectures optimized for top applications like Exchange, Oracle and Virtualized environments such as Hyper-V Cloud and later Vmware. In Phase 2, we have plan to productlize key reference architecture to truly converged and orderable products. In Phase 3, we will deliver integration at the management level, orchestrating the various components across the technology boundaries. This is where UCP comes in. Phase 4 is when the technology can truly enable IT self service and the orchestration can be performed across multi-data centers, even to the Cloud.
  • Business Problem
  • OverviewInactive file content is moved off primary NAS into a cloud storeUsers maintain online access to contentFiles are accessed via primary NAS by way of a placeholder, or stub fileDelivered as CAPEX or OPEXBenefitsImprove performance and scalability of primary NASImprove backup and restore timesReduce OPEX and CAPEXImprove manageabilityHitachi data systems value propositionLow RiskHitachi Cloud Solution Packages help organizations of all sizes grow into cloud while protecting their existing investmentsOur cloud services and solutions packages help you with unstructured data in:NetApp, EMC Celerra and Microsoft Windows file server environments and Microsoft SharePoint farmsHitachi Cloud Solutions are delivered as OPEX if you want a fully managed, consumption-based cloud serviceHitachi Cloud Solution Packages are delivered as CAPEX if you want to manage and deliver your own cloud service internally or externallyEliminate Capital Expense Consumption based pricingJust in time storage supports unpredictable demands Eliminate oversubscription of storageReduce Operating Expense Move stale data to a fully managed environmentImprove efficiency and utilization of existing investmentReduce amount of backup media, licensing and management overhead requiredImprove Primary EnvironmentsReduce amount of storage in primary environmentImprove performance, scalability and manageabilityAchieve better ROAImprove Backup PerformanceReduce amount of storage to be backed up Improve backup and restore timesHitachi data systems key differentiatorsLower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by at least 25% with Hitachi Cloud Services for File TieringThe financial and operating benefits of the Hitachi Cloud Services for File Tiering are clear. When comparing estimates of business as usual (local NAS data storage TCO) to those of the Hitachi cloud solution, there is a significant cost benefit with the Hitachi cloud solution. With all configuration sizes, there is at least a 25% reduction in the unit-cost TCO for owning and managing the file and content environment. The table below shows the relative unit-cost (TCO/TB/Year) comparison for each configuration size. The TCO model consists of costs related to storage capacity, number of arrays managed, software, services, management labor, power, cooling, and depreciation and assumes a data growth rate of 30%, utilization rate of 66% and depreciation term of 4 years.
  • Business Problem
  • Hitachi data systems solution Reference architecture purpose built to apply latest Microsoft & HDS technologiesHitachi Data Discovery for MS SharePoint moves files to lower cost storageMS Active Directory integration ensures users access only their entitled dataHitachi Data Protection Suite provides enterprise-level backup and recoveryAMS Key FeaturesSymmetric active/active controller with dynamic load balancingSAS architectureOnline RAID group expansionLUN grow/shrinkMega-LunHigh Density Expansion TraysRAID-6Cache PartitioningMultiprotocol: FC SAN/iSCSIVolume Migration Modular softwareHitachi TrueCopy® Extended Distance softwareGREEN Storage initiativeImproved SecurityHNAS Key FeaturesPerformance, Availability and ScalabilityBest-in-class performance, near linear scale out up to 16PB1 and 256TB volumesIntelligent File TieringPolicy-based Hierarchical Storage Management feature that spans Hitachi NAS Platform and the Hitachi Content PlatformAdvanced Content IndexingProvides more efficient indexing operations and implements a data management API, which enables the Hitachi Data Discovery Suite to coordinate intelligent file tiering software operations based on file contentEnhanced High AvailabilityOptimized file system premount checks and improves NVRAM replay time to provide faster cluster failover times that mitigate unplanned downtimeNon-disruptive “rolling” upgrades limit planned downtime required for updates and upgradesSystem Management FrameworkComprehensive, centralized management with GUI interfaces: CLI, SNMP, LDAP, Active Directory with Auditing and NISVirtualization ServicesVirtual volumes (VVols), virtual servers and cluster namespace, which unify directory structure while simplifying storage capacity management tasksData Management ServicesCentralized GUI management, pointer-based snapshots, JetClone writable snapshots, quick file restore, hard and soft quotas (volume, group or user), scalable file systems, storage pools, and transparent data migration and relocation.Hardware Accelerated ProtocolsNFS, CIFS, iSCSI, NDMP, FTP, HTTP, TCP/IP and UDPData Protection ServicesActive-active clustering, from two to eight nodes with cluster read caching, for scalable, read intensive NFS workload, incremental block replication (IBR), JetMirror high speed replication and Metro Area ClusterComplemented by Hitachi Command Suite and Hitachi Command Director management softwareApplication ProtectorApplication Consistent Snapshots for Data ProtectionSupport for Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform, Hitachi Universal Storage Platform® V and VM, and Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage systems
  • OverviewInactive SharePoint data is moved out of primary farm into a cloud storeUsers maintain online access to contentFiles are accessed via primary SharePoint by way of a placeholder, or stub fileDelivered as CAPEX or OPEXBenefitsImprove performance and scalability of SharePoint environmentSignificantly reduce backup time and volumeReduce SQL server capacity costsReduce OPEX through improved manageabilityHitachi data systems value propositionLow RiskHitachi Cloud Solution Packages help organizations of all sizes grow into cloud while protecting their existing investmentsOur cloud services and solutions packages help you with unstructured data in:NetApp, EMC Celerra and Microsoft Windows file server environments and Microsoft SharePoint farmsHitachi Cloud Solutions are delivered as OPEX if you want a fully managed, consumption-based cloud serviceHitachi Cloud Solution Packages are delivered as CAPEX if you want to manage and deliver your own cloud service internally or externallyEliminate Capital Expense Consumption based pricingJust in time storage supports unpredictable demands Eliminate oversubscription of storageReduce Operating Expense Move stale data to a fully managed environmentImprove efficiency and utilization of existing investmentReduce amount of backup media, licensing and management overhead requiredImprove Primary EnvironmentsReduce amount of storage in primary environmentImprove performance, scalability and manageabilityAchieve better ROAImprove Backup PerformanceReduce amount of storage to be backed up Improve backup and restore timesHitachi data systems key differentiatorsLower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by at least 25% with Hitachi Cloud Services for File TieringThe financial and operating benefits of the Hitachi Cloud Services for File Tiering are clear. When comparing estimates of business as usual (local NAS data storage TCO) to those of the Hitachi cloud solution, there is a significant cost benefit with the Hitachi cloud solution. With all configuration sizes, there is at least a 25% reduction in the unit-cost TCO for owning and managing the file and content environment. The table below shows the relative unit-cost (TCO/TB/Year) comparison for each configuration size. The TCO model consists of costs related to storage capacity, number of arrays managed, software, services, management labor, power, cooling, and depreciation and assumes a data growth rate of 30%, utilization rate of 66% and depreciation term of 4 years.
  • Business Problem
  • OverviewDeliver bottomless, backup-free file serving to distributed consumersLocal cache for fast retrieval of frequently accessed contentSupports multiple tenants and namespacesStandard NFS/CIFS on-ramp with AD and LDAP supportDelivered as CAPEX or OPEXBenefitsReduces cost and complexity by eliminating management or backup at the edgeMinimizes risk with compliance and retentionSupports on-demand capacity requestsEnables chargeback of consumers based on utilizationHitachi data systems value propositionLow RiskHitachi Cloud Solution Packages help organizations of all sizes grow into cloud while protecting their existing investmentsOur cloud services and solutions packages help you with unstructured data in:NetApp, EMC Celerra and Microsoft Windows file server environments and Microsoft SharePoint farmsHitachi Cloud Solutions are delivered as OPEX if you want a fully managed, consumption-based cloud serviceHitachi Cloud Solution Packages are delivered as CAPEX if you want to manage and deliver your own cloud service internally or externallyEliminate Capital Expense Consumption based pricingJust in time storage supports unpredictable demands Eliminate oversubscription of storageReduce Operating Expense Move stale data to a fully managed environmentImprove efficiency and utilization of existing investmentReduce amount of backup media, licensing and management overhead requiredImprove Primary EnvironmentsReduce amount of storage in primary environmentImprove performance, scalability and manageabilityAchieve better ROAImprove Backup PerformanceReduce amount of storage to be backed up Improve backup and restore timesHitachi data systems key differentiators
  • Benefits:Reduce CostsEliminate backupsImprove efficiency and utilizationSimplify ITReduce islands of storage and infrastructureStandard connection into the Hitachi Content PlatformReduce RiskSupports Compliance and Governance capabilitiesSecurity with AD and …Streamline CloudSupport multi-tenant, multi-namespace environmentsSeamless connection into a central “core” HCP
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    • 1. HITACHI: CLOUD AND SOLUTIONS TRACEY DOYLE, DIRECTOR, SOLUTIONS AND CLOUD PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SNW APRIL 20121 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 2. The documents and other material available on Hitachis corporate website may contain forward-looking statements which reflect managements current views with respect to certain future events and financial performance. Words such as "anticipate," "believe," "expect," "estimate," "intend," "plan," "project" and similar expressions which indicate future events and trends identify forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ materially from those projected or implied in the forward-looking statements and from historical trends. Further, certain forward-looking statements are based upon assumptions of future events which may not prove to be accurate. In addition to the risks and uncertainties discussed in Hitachis SEC filings, the following factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statements :rapid technological change, particularly in the Information & Telecommunication Systems segment and Electronic Devices segment; uncertainty as to Hitachis ability to continue to develop products and to market products that incorporate new technology on a timely and cost-effective basis and achieve market acceptance; fluctuations in product demand and industry capacity, particularly in the Information & Telecommunication Systems segment, Electronic Devices segment and Digital Media & Consumer Products segment; increasing commoditization of information technology products, and intensifying price competition in the market for such products; fluctuations in rates of exchange for the yen and other currencies in which Hitachi makes significant sales or in which Hitachis assets and liabilities are denominated, particularly between the yen and the U.S. dollar; uncertainty as to Hitachis access to liquidity or long-term financing, particularly in the context of restrictions on availability of credit prevailing in Japan; uncertainty as to Hitachis ability to implement measures to reduce the potential negative impact of fluctuations in product demand and/or exchange rates; general economic conditions and the regulatory and trade environment of Hitachis major markets, particularly, the United States, Japan and elsewhere in Asia, including, without limitation, continued stagnation or deterioration of the Japanese economy, or direct or indirect restriction by other nations of imports; uncertainty as to Hitachis access to, or protection for, certain intellectual property rights, particularly those related to electronics and data processing technologies; Hitachis dependence on alliances with other corporations in designing or developing certain products; and the market prices of equity securities in Japan, declines in which may result in write-downs of equity securities Hitachi holds.2 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 3. AGENDA  Vision  Strategy  Cloud offerings  Cloud services  Summary3 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 4. VISION4 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 5. THE INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGE  Business needs Delivering better service to the business − Speed − Flexibility − Lower costs − Reliability − Low risk  IT response − Figure out what’s being asked for − Manually provision − No organizational coordination − Limited flexibility − Reactive5 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved. 5
    • 6. DATA LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION 2,405PB 16,416PB 79,796PB 100% Structured Data 23% +33% PER YEAR 36% 64% 64% 77% 36% Unstructured Data +59% PER YEAR SOURCE: IDC Assumes 100KB average file size 0% 2005 2010 2014  1PB holds ~10 billion objects or files with >100 trillion objects stored in 2010  File and content solutions are critical to solve this management problem6 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 7. DATA CENTER TRANSFORMATION Physical, Transition to Virtual Legacy Environment Environment Reduce capital and operational expenditures Increase flexibility to be more responsive to the business Improve service levels From Managing Infrastructure Technology To Providing Infrastructure Services Silos of independent physical devices Virtualized Manage physical devices independently Automated Closed, inflexible monolithic environment Cloud-ready Costly legacy systems Sustainable7 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 8. WHAT IS A CLOUD? Virtualization Protection Mobility Location Multitenancy independence + Discoverability Dynamic provisioning = / Technology Cloud Enablers Cloud 1) Self-service + 2) Pay-per-use 3) Dynamic scale up or down = Cloud Cloud8 Fundamentals © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 9. THE WAY TO THE INFORMATION CLOUD SOPHISTICATED INSIGHT FLUID CONTENT DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE CONTENT INFORMATION CLOUD CLOUD CLOUD SINGLE VIRTUALIZATION PLATFORM  Infrastructure virtualization  Dynamic access with data  Information analytics lifecycle management  Rapid, on-demand  Data repurposing and provisioning and  Data independence from replication deployment applications and media  Information self- direction  Converged solutions  Unencumbered index, search and discover9 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 10. HITACHI CLOUD AND CONVERGED DATA CENTER VISION Key Transformation Pay-per-use Processes Infrastructure Cloud Self-serve Cost Reduction and Agility Automate Enabled by Hitachi Converged Data Center Solutions Virtualize Quicker deployment, automation and Consolidate scalability to help organizations adopt cloud at their own pace and see predictable results with faster time to value Data Center Evolution10 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 11. STRATEGY11 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 12. HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS STRATEGY THE PATH TO THE INFORMATION CLOUD INFORMATION CENTER DATA CENTER Information virtualization Content virtualization • Seamless access to all information • Seamless access to all data • Integrate information across Infrastructure virtualization multiple applications for deeper and content • Seamless access to all resources insight • Index, search and discover • Unify server, storage and network content anytime, anywhere silos Infrastructure foundation:  High reliability and availability  Rapid provisioning and deployment  Flexible response to dynamic workloads  Tightly integrated management  Converged solution stacks12 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 13. FLEXIBLE CLOUD OFFERINGS AND PACKAGING CLOUD AT YOUR OWN PACE HDS CLOUD STACK  HDS services (optional) ‒ Fully managed private cloud ‒ Pay-per-use model HDS Services ‒ Augments staff  Service delivery platform (optional) ‒ Self-service Service Delivery Platform ‒ Billing and metering ‒ Reporting  Cloud solution packages ‒ Bundled solution for quick Solution Existing deployment Packages Infrastructure ‒ Leverage existing technology for investment protection13 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 14. THE HITACHI ADVANTAGE – THE FORMULA High-performance thin provisioning for optimal VM workload and density  Integrates directly to the VMFS clustered file system  Dynamically tiers a single VMFS volume to ensure VMs are in the right place at the right time  Externalizes 100+ storage-virtualized devices Hardware Thin Active-active Symmetric, Provisioned VMDKs Internal Switch Matrix VMFS vStorage API for Array Integration Dynamic Tiering Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning Dynamic Provisioning Hitachi Dynamic Tiering14 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 15. PREDICTABLE, REPEATABLE, RELIABLE  Know what to expect ‒ Validated end-to-end interoperability of compute, storage and network  Have repeatable outcomes ‒ Ranging from reference architecture to fully packaged solution packages  Ensure reliable availability ‒ Virtual machine high availability and live migration ‒ Sophisticated blade failover ‒ Symmetric active-active storage CONFIDENCE controllers for even workload distribution ‒ Integrated management15 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 16. EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE  High-density computing and throughput ‒ High number of VMs per blade ‒ Largest blade IO in DO MORE class  High storage bandwidth and IO concurrency ‒ Symmetric active-active controllers  Prioritized storage utilization with wide striping technology ‒ Efficient performance with optimum data location through intelligent tiering ‒ Eliminate hot spots16 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 17. FAST TIME TO VALUE  Quick solution deployment ‒ Single vendor for ordering and guides ‒ Services for planning and implementation  Simple and easy ‒ Quicker, simpler deployment from a single source ‒ Services for planning and implementation ‒ Intelligent automation of complex tasks DO IT NOW  Ready for growth ‒ Scalable architecture17 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 18. FLEXIBILITY AT YOUR PACE  Cloud at your own pace ‒ Implement now, build it over time and combine different solutions ‒ Extend solutions to current IT infrastructure ‒ Optimize solutions for various levels of convergence and needs18 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 19. BUILDING AN INFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD ADOPT AT YOUR OWN PACE IT Services Blended into a Unified Framework and Designs Future Architectures Systems Maturity Management Curve Integration Orderable SKU with Validated Bundles BOM and Deployment Integration Guides Legacy Level of Cloud Reference Hardware Management Services Delivery Architecture Integration Integration Integration HDS Converged Converged Solution Hyper-V Cloud Private Cloud Examples Platform for VDI for Exchange Fast Track Services19 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 20. CLOUDOFFERINGS20 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 21. CLOUD SERVICES – FILE TIERING BUSINESS OVERVIEW Business problems Solutions  Slowing performance  Management complexity and  Inactive NAS data cost archiving  User-maintained data  IT sprawl – increasing capital and utility costs  Data manageability  Strain on resources  New business requirements21 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 22. CLOUD SERVICES – FILE TIERING HITACHI SOLUTIONS Cloud Services Architecture File Tiering ONSITE REMOTE ONSITE REMOTE SHAREPOI SHAREPOI NAS NAS NT NT Backups PRIMARY NAS CLOUD ON-RAMPS FILE TIERING, FILE "ONSITE SHAREPOINT and SERVING, SHAREPOINT "REMOTEARCHIVING SHAREPOINT" under "Cloud Services Architecture" MAN,be broken LAN, cant WAN as they currently are. "SHAREPOINT" is a product name and cant be broken or CLOUD OBJECT STORE hyphenated. HITACHI CONTENT PLATFORM HITACHI HITACHI HITACHI ADAPTABLE ADAPTABLE ADAPTABLE MODULAR MODULAR MODULAR Cloud STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE22 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 23. CLOUD SERVICES – FILE TIERING HITACHI VALUE Value proposition Key differentiators  Improve performance and  Flexibility to scale quickly scalability  Continuum of availability  Improve backup and restore options times  Hitachi-managed infrastructure  Reduce risk of growing at your  Cloud-management portal – own pace model file-tiering converged platform (compute, network, storage  Enable cloud while protecting and archiving) existing investments - Speed of deployment - Holistic management  Reduce complexity and - Unique OPEX model improve manageability  Delivered as CAPEX or OPEX23 23 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. AllAll Rights Reserved. © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. Rights Reserved.
    • 24. CLOUD SERVICES – SHAREPOINT ARCHIVING BUSINESS OVERVIEW Business problems Solutions  Slowing performance  SharePoint data archiving  Management complexity and  Seamless user data access cost  Efficient SharePoint storage  IT sprawl – increasing capital and utility costs  Strain on resources  New business requirements24 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 25. MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES HDS Products PLATFORM FEATURES Virtual  Scalable to 247PB  Hardware Storage  Virtualize storage - Hitachi Virtual Storage Corrected product name Platform  Thin provisioning and wide striping Platform  Space reclamation - Hitachi Adaptable Modular Corrected product name  Automated tiering Storage Adaptable  Scalable to 944TB - Hitachi NAS Modular  Thin provisioning and Corrected VIRTUAL ADAPTABLE product name Storage wide striping Platform, powered by STORAGE MODULAR BlueArc®  Space reclamation PLATFORM STORAGE  Symmetric - Hitachi Content Platform active-active controller NAS  Scalable up to 16PB  Software Platform  Intelligent file tiering Corrected product name  Multilayered data - Hitachi Data Protection protection Suite, powered by  Thin provisioning CommVault® Content  Archive platform - Hitachi Application Corrected productNAS HITACHI name Platform  Scalable to 40PB Protector  WORM storage - Hitachi Data Discovery for Corrected product name CONTENT  Authenticated data Microsoft® SharePoint® PLATFORM  Compliance policies25 25 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. AllAll Rights Reserved. © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. Rights Reserved.
    • 26. MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS SOLUTIONSProcess Accounting HR Engineering Marketing Documents are created and SharePoint stored within SharePoint Users HDD-MS relocates the documents from SharePoint SQL server to Hitachi storage (HCP or HNAS) manually or automatically based on policies Documents are replaced with Server Database SharePoint SQL a small stub in SharePoint Versioning is supported Data Retention and compliance Discovery for Server Database rules are set SharePoint SQLResults Microsoft Decreases TCO of SharePoint SharePoint as fewer SQL Servers, licenses, Windows OS and hardware are required Improves efficiency by NAS Platform Content Platform automating data archiving and management processes Storage Mitigates compliance and litigation risks by taking action on data based on policies26 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 27. CLOUD SERVICES– SHAREPOINT ARCHIVING HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS VALUE Value Proposition Key Differentiators  Improve performance and  Flexibility to scale quickly scalability of SharePoint  Continuum of availability  Improve backup/restore times options  An all Hitachi infrastructure  Decrease SQL capacity costs  Cloud Management Portal -  Enables cloud while SharePoint Archiving protecting existing converged platform investments (compute, network, storage &archiving)  Reduce complexity and  speed of deployment improve manageability  enable holistic management  Delivered as CAPEX or  Offers unique OPEX Model OPEX27 27 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved. © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 28. CLOUD SERVICES– FILE SERVING BUSINESS OVERVIEW Business Problems Solutions  Slowing Performance  Complexity and cost of  Efficient data access extensive scaling and  Cost effective information concurrency store  IT Sprawl: increasing capital  Secured user data and utility cost  Strain on resources  Proliferation of new data types result in unplanned storage28 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 29. CLOUD SERVICES – FILE SERVING HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS SOLUTIONS Cloud Services Architecture File Serving Consumer 1 Consumer 2 Consumer 3 ONSITE REMOTE ONSITE REMOTE SHAREPOI SHAREPOI NAS NAS NT NT FILE FILE FILE SHARE SHARE SHARE CLOUD ON-RAMPS FILE TIERING, FILE SERVING, SHAREPOINT ARCHIVING LAN, MAN, W AN CLOUD OBJECT STORE HITACHI CONTENT PLATFORM HITACHI HITACHI HITACHI ADAPTABLE ADAPTABLE ADAPTABLE MODULAR MODULAR MODULAR STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE Cloud29 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 30. CLOUD SERVICES – FILE SERVING HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS VALUE Value proposition Key differentiators  Centralized, simplified management  Stores information to get maximum efficiency  Reduces cost of new environment  Bottomless, backup-free file serving and ongoing operating costs to distributed consumers  Reduces cost and complexity by  Continuum of availability options eliminating management or backup  An all-HDS infrastructure at edge  Cloud management portal – file serving converged platform  Minimizes risk with compliance and (compute, network, storage, archivin retention g, versioning and backup- free)  Supports chargeback and on-  speed of deployment demand capacity requests  enables holistic management  Offers unique OPEX Model  Increased flexibility with business continuity30 30 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. 2012. All Rights Reserved. © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation All Rights Reserved.
    • 31. CLOUD MANAGEMENT PORTAL SINGLE POINT OF VISIBILITY AND SELF-SERVICE  Provides ‒ Self-service Business • Tenant and namespace allocation or IT Consumer • Configuration of on-ramps ‒ Reporting • Query and chargeback reports • Bill and payment information My Status  Benefits Active Messages pending ‒ Simplified management of cloud environment for IT My Account My Services ‒ Customizable for service New payment Add services providers and telcos delivering Abc def g h ijk lm no pq rs tuv wx y z Abc defg h ijk lm no q r s tuv wx y z Abc defg h ijk lm no View bill pq rs t uv wx y z cloud services31 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 32. HITACHI CLOUD SERVICES  Private cloud located at Your Data Center customer site  Remotely managed by HDS  Offered as pay-per-use Private Cloud  Private cloud services FILE ARCHIVE ‒ Private file tiering UPDATE PRIMARY FILE ‒ File serving NEW SHAREPOINT ‒ Microsoft SharePoint archiving NEW32 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 33. INTELLIGENT CLOUD SERVICES LAYER INFRASTRUCTURE, CONTENT AND INFORMATION SOLUTIONS INFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD CONTENT CLOUD INFORMATIONCLOUD WAN File Tiering File Serving SharePoint Archiving33 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 34. HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS TRUSTED BY THE GLOBAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY34 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 35. SUMMARY35 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
    • 36. HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS: CLOUD SOLUTIONS AND BENEFITS  “Just-in-time” consumption Save OPEX, CAPEX  Reduce management overhead  Save on hardware and licensing fees  Consolidate more, improving efficiency Maximize utilization  Free up primary systems  Align information to IT based on value  Grow or shrink capacity on demand Gain agility  Speed time to value and time to market  Proceed at your own pace Protect investments  Increase return on assets by extending useful life  Enable multiple (QoS) tiers Achieve SLAs  Achieve non disruptive upgrades  Improve uptime36 © Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2012. All Rights Reserved.
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