Quickly Deploy
Microsoft Private Cloud
and SQL Server 2012
Data Warehouse on
Hitachi Converged
Solutions
September 25, 201...
WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIES
QUICKLY DEPLOY MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD AND SQL SERVER 2012
DATA WAREHOUSE ON HITACHI CONVERGED ...
UPCOMING WEBTECHS
 October
‒ Private Versus Public Cloud: Security and Privacy Do Matter, Oct 9, 9 a.m. PT,12
p.m. ET

‒ ...
Quickly Deploy
Microsoft Private Cloud
and SQL Server 2012
Data Warehouse on
Hitachi Converged
Solutions
September 25, 201...
SPEAKERS

• Claude Lorenson, Ph.D.
Senior Product Manager, Cloud OS Marketing, Microsoft

• Chris Marsh
Sr. Solutions Mark...
AGENDA
 Microsoft introduction
‒ Cloud OS
‒ Complete and Consistent Platform
‒ Windows Server, System Center, SQL Server
...
Beyond
virtualization

Scale and secure workloads, cost-effectively
build a private cloud, and securely connect to
cloud s...
MICROSOFT
ON
PREMISES

SERVICE
PROVIDER
Data Warehouse Fast Track
for SQL Server 2012
• Fast Track delivers balanced

database system
configurations for latest SQ...
Speed to
Deployment

Reduce Risk

!

Flexibility and
Choice
HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM
FOR MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2012 –
MEDIUM-SIZED DATA WAREHOUSE
CHRIS MARSH
CHALLENGES & BUSINESS DRIVERS
50TB DATAWAREHOUSE

Challenges:
 Data contained in silos
 Inability to make Business Intel...
DATA WAREHOUSE SILOS

Marketing

Sales

Consulting

Procurement

Production

Research

Support

HR / Legal

DW
Silos

70% ...
SILOS

Marketing

Sales

Consulting

Procurement

Production

Research

Support

Enterprise Data Warehouse provides
insigh...
BIG DATA
BIG DATA: VOLUME, VELOCITY, AND VARIETY

• How do I incorporate Big Data
into my Microsoft SQL Server
DW strategy...
50 TB DATA WAREHOUSE REQUIREMENTS
UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS COMPARED TO <10TB DATA WAREHOUSE

PERFORMANCE
 Fast query
response ...
HITACHI UCP FOR MICROSOFT SQL SERVER
MEDIUM LEVEL DATAWAREHOUSE
 Complete reference architecture

 Microsoft FastTrack v...
HITACHI BUSINESS CONTINUITY ARCHITECTURE

MS SQL Server High Availability Group

ROBO
SQL DB

Site A

ROBO

Up to 200KM (1...
HITACHI 3-SITE REPLICATION WITH DELTA
RESYNCH

Site A

Up to 200km
(125 miles)

Site B

ROBO
SQL DB

ROBO
SQL DB
SYNCHRONO...
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
SOLUTION
PROFILE

Available on hds.com

REFERENCE
ARCHITECTURE

IMPLEMENTATION
GUIDE
HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM
FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD
JULIANNE RAEDEKE
YOUR WAY TO YOUR PRIVATE CLOUD
A TRANSFORMATION PROCESS

Cost Reduction and Agility

Private
Infrastructure Cloud

Self-Se...
CHALLENGES & BUSINESS DRIVERS

.

Time to
Deploy

Application
Complexity

automation &
orchestration

Maintaining
SLAs

Au...
UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT
PRIVATE CLOUD
A FOUNDATION FOR CLOUD

 Includes server, storage, and
network elements
‒ Consolid...
HOST MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS
Pre-validated for Microsoft Applications
MIGRATE MICROSOFT APPS
MOVE WITH CONFIDENCE

 No single point-of-failure architectures
 Enterprise class components and ...
UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD
 Built for Windows Server
‒ Windows Server 2012/Hyper-V V3

‒ System Center 2012 S...
HITACHI ADAPTERS FOR MICROSOFT
SYSTEM CENTER
REDUCE OPEX – INTEGRATE WITH SYSTEM CENTER
 Hitachi Storage Adapter for
Micr...
HITACHI ADAPTERS FOR MICROSOFT
SYSTEM CENTER
TOOLS FOR THE CLOUD

 Hitachi Storage Adapter for Microsoft
System Center Or...
HITACHI STORAGE ADAPTER FOR MICROSOFT
VOLUME SHADOWCOPY SERVICE
BACKUP AND RECOVERY FRAMEWORK
 Integrates into the Micros...
PROVEN SUCCESS
UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD

“Hitachi Data Systems products combine best-in-class
architecture, ...
HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM
VALIDATED FOR MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS AND WORKLOADS

 Pre-configured for quick deployment...
CLOUD OS ACCELERATE PROGRAM
JOINT PROGRAM FROM MICROSOFT AND HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS

Save up to $75,000 USD when
you purchas...
QUESTIONS AND
DISCUSSION
UPCOMING WEBTECHS
 October
‒ Private Versus Public Cloud: Security and Privacy Do Matter, Oct 9, 9 a.m. PT,12
p.m. ET

‒ ...
THANK YOU
BACKUP SLIDES
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Learn how you can virtualize and optimize your Windows applications and workloads while accommodating growth with Microsoft® Private Cloud and SQL Server 2012 running on Hitachi Unified Compute Platform.

You can create building blocks for a cloud environment that is reliable, scalable, multitenant and multi-tiered with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform Select for Microsoft Private Cloud.

Also, the Hitachi solution for a medium-sized Microsoft SQL Server data warehouse enables your enterprise to consolidate silos for enterprise-wide business intelligence and scale your data warehouse to hundreds of terabytes.

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  • Kathy to cover agenda, then pass the ball to Claude.
  • Now when we look at the heart and mission of the Cloud OS- it is to incorporate these key trends across infrastructure, data platform and applications and to deliver to our customers 1 consistent platform whether it is behind their firewall, behind Windows Azure firewall or third party service providers. The benefits customers gain with a consistent platform include common development, management, data platform, identity and virtualization regardless of where the application is being run. In this session we are going to focus on the one consistent data platform across on-premises and cloud.For the remainder of this session we are going to take a closer look at the data platform in the Cloud OS – SQL Server 2014 and talk about it capabilities and how it also deliver on this promise of 1 consistent data platform.
  • Note: This slide has 4 clicksOptimize your IT for the cloud with Windows Server 2012When you optimize your IT for the cloud with Windows Server 2012, you take advantage of the skills and investment you’ve already made in building a familiar and consistent platform. Windows Server 2012 builds on that familiarity. With Windows Server 2012, you gain all the Microsoft experience behind building and operating private and public clouds, delivered as a dynamic, available, and cost-effective server platform.Windows Server 2012 delivers value in four key ways:It takes you beyond virtualization. Windows Server 2012 offers a dynamic, multitenant infrastructure that goes beyond virtualization technology to a complete platform for building a private cloud.It delivers the power of many servers, with the simplicity of one. Windows Server 2012 offers you excellent economics by integrating a highly available and easy-to-manage multiple-server platform.It opens the door to every app on any cloud. Windows Server 2012 is a broad, scalable, and elastic web and application platform that gives you the flexibility to build and deploy applications on-premises, in the cloud, and in a hybrid environment through a consistent set of tools and frameworks.It enables the modern workstyle. Windows Server 2012 empowers IT to provide users with flexible access to data and applications anywhere, on any device, and while simplifying management and maintaining security, control, and compliance.With Windows Server 2012, Microsoft has made significant investments in each of these four areas that allow customers to take their datacenter operations to the next level. Now, let’s take a look how Windows Server 2012 helps customers to:Build and deploy a modern datacenter infrastructureBuild and run modern applicationsEnable modern work styles for their end users
  • Goal: Frame how System Center 2012 (and SP1) deliver unified management for the Cloud OS. Talking Points Let’s discuss the capabilities required to deliver on our promise of unified management: &lt;click&gt; First, you need a “simple” self-service experience to enable your App Owners to specify their requirements. For example, let’s suppose they want to provision a SharePoint service with the following specs: 3 tier .NET architectureHas a set of configuration and deployment parameters to conform with (e.g. perf thresholds, scale out rules, update domains)Needs 99.95% availability SLAAdheres to compliance/security controls around SOX/HIPAA Need on-demand reporting on key availability metrics that track against SLA&lt;click&gt; Next, you need a way to understand the topology and architecture of the application service in question. Anapplication deployed in on an abstracted, or cloud computing model is called a “service”. This would necessitate a “service model” that accurately binds the application’s architecture to the underlying resources where it will be hosted. The “service model” would be comprised of: Service definition information, deployed as “roles”. Roles are like DLLs, i.e. a collection of code with an entry point that runs in its own virtual machineFront end: e.g. load-balanced stateless web serversMiddle worker tier: e.g. order processing, encodingBackend storage: e.g. SQL tables or filesService Configuration informationUpdate domainsAvailability domainsScale out rules&lt;click&gt; You will need a set of process automation capabilities to break down this application provisioning request into the enterprise change requests that need to be implemented. This could include setting up the underlying infra and then a set of app configuration/release requests that need to be tracked (and ideally implemented with orchestrated automation)&lt;click&gt; Next you need a set of provisioning tools that actually configure and deploy the infra and application layers.&lt;click&gt; the underlying datacenter resources could be physical, virtual, private or public cloud as per the requirements dictated by the application’s service model &lt;click&gt; once the underlying infrastructure and application service are deployed, they would immediately need to be “discovered” and monitored for reporting and health tracking&lt;click&gt; There you see how the System Center 2012 components offer these life cycle management capabilities in combination to help you deliver on the Microsoft promise of unified Cloud OS management: App Controller would offer that self-service experience that allows your application owners manage their apps across on-premises, service provider and Windows Azure environments. Service Manager offers the standardized self-service catalog that defines “templates” for your applications and infrastructure. App Controller, Virtual Machine Manager, Service Manager and Operations Manager work together to maintain the service model through the application service life cycleOrchestrator and Service Manager offer orchestrated automation for the process workflows required to drive your provisioning and monitoring toolsVirtual Machine Manager and Configuration manager can provision physical, virtual and cloud environmentsOperations Manager (AVIcode capabilities will be built into Operations Manager) monitors your application services end to end and offers deep app insight to help you deliver predictable SLAYour datacenter resources could be deployed anywhere from on-premises, service provider and Windows AzureHowever, to get to this agile self-service end-state, you will have to start with abstracting your infrastructure and allocating it appropriately so that your business units can deploy and manage their applications on top. Transition: So, how does System Center 2012 get you to this point where you can deliver unified management across cloud? These can really be categorized into three buckets: Application Management: Deploying and operating your business applications Service Delivery &amp; Automation: Standardizing and automating service and resource provisioning, managing change and access controls, etc.Infrastructure management: Deploying and operating all the underlying infrastructure on which your business applications and services run.
  • SQL Server 2014’s mission is to deliver for our customers mission critical performance for the most demanding database applications, hitting on all aspects of mission critical criteria from performance to security, scalability and high availability along with the mission critical support. When it comes to business intelligence our mission is to deliver faster insights into any data big data, small data, all data and most importantly deliver BI in a consumable manner for business users through familiar tools.Finally last but not least, we continue to hear from customers on how cloud is helping them innovation new solutions and business models and how important a hybrid cloud approach is particularly for our enterprise customers who are faced with ever growing regulations and mandates. With SQL Server 2014 we will enable new unique hybrid cloud solutions that can positively impact your bottom line and allow you to create new innovative hybrid cloud solutions for your database applications.
  • Challenges in Deploying Private Infrastructure CloudTime to Deploy:Transforming the datacenter to the private cloud quickly and at low costApp Complexity: Creating a deployment/runtime environment for a mix of virtualized &amp; non-virtualized applicationsMaintaining SLAs: Building infrastructure with the agility &amp; flexibility to consistently perform to committed service levels Automating Operations: Creating efficient, integrated processes that lower OPEX, support speedy deployment &amp; provisioning, &amp; free up IT resources Utilizing Resources Efficiently:Creating a “single platform” of virtualized assets for greater utilization &amp; performance with lower CAPEX &amp; OPEX costsOverloading network and storage is an issue, and performance can suffer, and you may not be able to meet your SLAs for your businessOverprovisioning is a separate problem; many IT admins will order more hardware than needed, in order to be prepared for growth, instead of ordering on an as-needed basis. For instance, if an admin knows they need an additional 100GB of storage every two weeks, and they have to go through the process each time, they may just request 2TB to last for the next 6 months instead
  • Views server, storage and network elements as consolidated resource pools assigned to business needs with a range of focus areas such as:Ordering, fulfillment and supportManagement and orchestration Business alignmentEliminates many of the road blocks to private cloud related to a lack of infrastructure standards, expertise and best practicesPredictable, reliable and repeatable resultsFaster speed to deployIncreases automation to significantly improve OPEXRealize both OPEX and CAPEX savings Allow your business to focus on revenue generating activitiesAvoid these drawbacks of building a cloud environment without converged IT:Potential OPEX increases as additional and more varied solutions have to be integrated, managed and maintained (without standards) and usually in parallel to legacy systems for some time.Increased headcount and requirement for staff with greater expertise.Lower ROI because of lower utilization of the remaining physical footprintLonger than expected deploymentsRequired re-architecting for availability, backup and disaster recovery solutions. Unclear market results with lack of validation.
  • Could be a Microsoft app migrating from physical to virtualCould also be migration from Oracle, SAP or other DB
  • The goal of Hitachi’s System Center integrations is to reduce operational expenditure. The Hitachi Storage Adapter for Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager monitors the health and performance of Hitachi storage components. It monitors drives, controllers, RAID groups, pools, LUNs – all the components of your Hitachi storage system. The Hitachi PowerShell adapter allows Hitachi storage administrators to extend the MS Windows PowerShell commands with Hitachi storage management functions including discovery, management and provisioning. With these commandlets, administrators can create scripts to automate complex tasks. The Hitachi Powershell adapter serves as the foundation for all of the other Hitachi Systems Center integrations.
  • The Storage Adapter for System Center Orchestrator is a new adapter that will eventually replace the adapter for the Virtual Machine Manager Self-service portal. It let’s you automate the creation, monioring, and deployment of Hitachi storage resources in your environment by creating workflows which you can execute on an ad-hoc basis or on a scheduled basis.The VMM SSP adapter was developed to plug-in to the Hyper-V VMM SSP 2.0 environment. It enables users to rapidly provision VMs and provides other self-service capabilities so that users can stand-up their own dev and test environments in the fashion of a true private cloud.
  • Link is on this page: http://www.hds.com/solutions/applications/microsoft/?WT.ac=us_mg_sol_mcs I cannot capture the URL from ‘watch’Hitachi Solutions built on Microsoft Private Cloud Fast TrackLearn how Hitachi storage and servers integrate with Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track to provide customers with private cloud options. Watch | Download | Download for iPad™
  • Quickly Deploy Microsoft Private Cloud and SQL Server 2012 Data Warehouse on Hitachi Converged Solutions

    1. 1. Quickly Deploy Microsoft Private Cloud and SQL Server 2012 Data Warehouse on Hitachi Converged Solutions September 25, 2013 1
    2. 2. WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIES QUICKLY DEPLOY MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD AND SQL SERVER 2012 DATA WAREHOUSE ON HITACHI CONVERGED SOLUTIONS Learn how you can virtualize and optimize your Windows applications and workloads while accommodating growth with Microsoft® Private Cloud and SQL Server 2012 running on Hitachi Unified Compute Platform. You can create building blocks for a cloud environment that is reliable, scalable, multitenant and multitiered with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform Select for Microsoft Private Cloud. Also, the Hitachi solution for a medium-sized Microsoft SQL Server data warehouse enables your enterprise to consolidate silos for enterprise-wide business intelligence and scale your data warehouse to hundreds of terabytes. Attend this webcast and learn how to:  Turn on solutions that "just work."  Be up and running in days with solutions that have been pre-validated by the Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track program.  Allow better business decision making by consolidating silos of data onto an enterprise data warehouse of your Microsoft SQL Fast Track solution with minimal data and storage latency.  Maximize your investment in Microsoft solutions, whether on-premises or in the cloud.
    3. 3. UPCOMING WEBTECHS  October ‒ Private Versus Public Cloud: Security and Privacy Do Matter, Oct 9, 9 a.m. PT,12 p.m. ET ‒ Build Converged Infrastructures With True Systems Management, Oct 23, 9 a.m. PT,12 p.m. ET  November ‒ Stay tuned for a focus on Hitachi Software. Check www.hds.com/webtech for  Links to the recording, the presentation, and Q&A (available next week)  Schedule and registration for upcoming WebTech sessions  Questions will be posted in the HDS Community:  http://community.hds.com/groups/webtech
    4. 4. Quickly Deploy Microsoft Private Cloud and SQL Server 2012 Data Warehouse on Hitachi Converged Solutions September 25, 2013 4
    5. 5. SPEAKERS • Claude Lorenson, Ph.D. Senior Product Manager, Cloud OS Marketing, Microsoft • Chris Marsh Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager, ERP, Data Warehousing, BI & Analytics, Hitachi Data Systems • Julianne Raedeke Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager, Virtualization and Business Applications, Hitachi Data Systems
    6. 6. AGENDA  Microsoft introduction ‒ Cloud OS ‒ Complete and Consistent Platform ‒ Windows Server, System Center, SQL Server ‒ Fast Track Programs  Hitachi Unified Compute Platform for Microsoft SQL Server  Hitachi Unified Compute Platform for Microsoft Private Cloud  Conclusion
    7. 7. Beyond virtualization Scale and secure workloads, cost-effectively build a private cloud, and securely connect to cloud services The power of many servers, the simplicity of one Efficiently manage infrastructure while maximizing uptime and minimizing failures and downtime Every app, any cloud Build on an open and scalable web platform that supports applications across premises Modern workstyle, enabled Support a mobile and flexible work style 9
    8. 8. MICROSOFT ON PREMISES SERVICE PROVIDER
    9. 9. Data Warehouse Fast Track for SQL Server 2012 • Fast Track delivers balanced database system configurations for latest SQL Server and hardware capabilities. • Customers get new and enhanced benefits with Fast Track & SQL Server 2012 • Balanced capacity and performance for SQL Server 2012 • Optimized for Column Store Index Private Cloud Fast Track • Fast Track delivers validated Microsoft design with rich software portfolio • Pre-configured at Hitachi Distribution Centers • Balanced capacity based on flexible architectures • Integrated management for virtual machines and infrastructure deployment • Optimized for Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1
    10. 10. Speed to Deployment Reduce Risk ! Flexibility and Choice
    11. 11. HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM FOR MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2012 – MEDIUM-SIZED DATA WAREHOUSE CHRIS MARSH
    12. 12. CHALLENGES & BUSINESS DRIVERS 50TB DATAWAREHOUSE Challenges:  Data contained in silos  Inability to make Business Intelligence and decision making based on enterprise-wide data impacts business  Big Data: Volume, Variety and Velocity adding to complexity of Data Warehousing Business Impact:  Innovation  Operational Efficiency  Maintain Competitiveness
    13. 13. DATA WAREHOUSE SILOS Marketing Sales Consulting Procurement Production Research Support HR / Legal DW Silos 70% - 75% of all systems referred to as “enterprise data warehouses” are actually single-business departments in nature. - Gartner
    14. 14. SILOS Marketing Sales Consulting Procurement Production Research Support Enterprise Data Warehouse provides insight across the entire organization for better decision making HR/Legal
    15. 15. BIG DATA BIG DATA: VOLUME, VELOCITY, AND VARIETY • How do I incorporate Big Data into my Microsoft SQL Server DW strategy? • What are some architectural approaches? • What does Hitachi and Microsoft support for Big Data in a DW environment?
    16. 16. 50 TB DATA WAREHOUSE REQUIREMENTS UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS COMPARED TO <10TB DATA WAREHOUSE PERFORMANCE  Fast query response times  Complex queries SCALABILITY SCALABILIT Y  More end users  Storage capacities from 100s TB to 1 Petabyte DATA SCALABILIT AVAILABILITY Y  BI and DW shifting from “Business Critical” to “Mission Critical”  Innovation, competitiveness, and operational efficiency
    17. 17. HITACHI UCP FOR MICROSOFT SQL SERVER MEDIUM LEVEL DATAWAREHOUSE  Complete reference architecture  Microsoft FastTrack validated  Ready to Deploy  Highly reliable Hitachi storage and blade servers  Built-in redundancy  Optional blade server high availability implementation  Add Microsoft SQL Server connector for Apache Hadoop
    18. 18. HITACHI BUSINESS CONTINUITY ARCHITECTURE MS SQL Server High Availability Group ROBO SQL DB Site A ROBO Up to 200KM (125 miles) Site B ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB SYNCHRONOUS REPLICATION Up to 1 Petabyte Storage Up to 1 Petabyte Storage For each SMP Server For each SMP Server ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB
    19. 19. HITACHI 3-SITE REPLICATION WITH DELTA RESYNCH Site A Up to 200km (125 miles) Site B ROBO SQL DB ROBO SQL DB SYNCHRONOUS REPLICATION LIVE DATABASE LIVE DATABASE Asynchronous Replication Asynchronous Replication SQL FAILOVER STANDBY SERVERS
    20. 20. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES SOLUTION PROFILE Available on hds.com REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
    21. 21. HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD JULIANNE RAEDEKE
    22. 22. YOUR WAY TO YOUR PRIVATE CLOUD A TRANSFORMATION PROCESS Cost Reduction and Agility Private Infrastructure Cloud Self-Service/Chargeback Automation Convergence Virtualization DIY or leverage HDS Services With a Commitment to Continuous Improvement Realize Measurable Benefits at Each Stage to Move You Forward
    23. 23. CHALLENGES & BUSINESS DRIVERS . Time to Deploy Application Complexity automation & orchestration Maintaining SLAs Automating Operations Utilizing Resources Efficiently
    24. 24. UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD A FOUNDATION FOR CLOUD  Includes server, storage, and network elements ‒ Consolidated resource pools assigned to business needs SERVER, STORAGE AND NETWORK  Eliminates road blocks to private cloud ‒ Related to lack of infrastructure standards, expertise and best practices  Increases automation to significantly improve opex PREDICTABLE, REPEATABLE, RELIABLE
    25. 25. HOST MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS Pre-validated for Microsoft Applications
    26. 26. MIGRATE MICROSOFT APPS MOVE WITH CONFIDENCE  No single point-of-failure architectures  Enterprise class components and scalability ‒ 99.999% hardware availability ‒ HDS mission critical experience service/support ‒ Automated load balancing for even workload distribution ‒ QoS for each layer: server, network, storage ‒ Backed up with SLAs
    27. 27. UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD  Built for Windows Server ‒ Windows Server 2012/Hyper-V V3 ‒ System Center 2012 SP1 TOR SWITCH SOLD SEPARATELY Production Blades ‒ Includes Hitachi adapter integrations for SCOM, SCO, and VMM  Ideal compute platform for virtualization ‒ Uses integrated Fibre Channel networking  Storage provides excellent performance and scalability ‒ Virtualize 3rd-party arrays to extend investments  Scales from 60–750 VMs in medium configuration  Scales 450-1800 VMs in base configuration; can scale to over 12,000 VMs Management Failover Cluster Blade
    28. 28. HITACHI ADAPTERS FOR MICROSOFT SYSTEM CENTER REDUCE OPEX – INTEGRATE WITH SYSTEM CENTER  Hitachi Storage Adapter for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager ‒ Monitor the health and performance of Hitachi storage components  Hitachi Storage Adapter for Microsoft Windows Server PowerShell ‒ Extend PowerShell commands with Hitachi storage management functions including discovery, management, and provisioning. ‒ Serves as the foundation for other Hitachi and System Center integrations
    29. 29. HITACHI ADAPTERS FOR MICROSOFT SYSTEM CENTER TOOLS FOR THE CLOUD  Hitachi Storage Adapter for Microsoft System Center Orchestrator ‒ Automate the creation, monitoring, and deployment of Hitachi storage resources in your environment ‒ Workflows and runbook automation via PowerShell
    30. 30. HITACHI STORAGE ADAPTER FOR MICROSOFT VOLUME SHADOWCOPY SERVICE BACKUP AND RECOVERY FRAMEWORK  Integrates into the Microsoft backup and recovery framework that is part of Windows Server 2012 using Hitachi insystem replication technologies ‒ Hitachi ShadowImage ‒ Hitachi Copy-on-Write Snapshot  Benefits ‒ Zero impact on production systems ‒ Reduced backup windows ‒ Easily manage the backup and recovery of your private cloud environment  Works effectively with backup applications such as Microsoft DPM and Hitachi Application Protector
    31. 31. PROVEN SUCCESS UCP SELECT FOR MICROSOFT PRIVATE CLOUD “Hitachi Data Systems products combine best-in-class architecture, reliability and excellent technical support, and have enabled us to have 100% availability.” Jitendra Sangharajka, Associate Vice President & Head Enterprise Platform Management, Information Systems, Infosys CHALLENGES  Faster time-to-market and ability to better react to the changing needs of customers is critical  Wanted multi-tenancy and multi-site disaster recovery  Adding new user accounts HDS SOLUTION RESULTS  Hitachi UCP Select for Microsoft Private Cloud V3  Able to bring applications and users online real-time  Designed for Hyper-V and System Center Orchestration and Management  Validated for Microsoft Applications  Improved performance, multi-tenancy and multi-site DR  Infosys turned deployment into service model to their business practice customers
    32. 32. HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATFORM VALIDATED FOR MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS AND WORKLOADS  Pre-configured for quick deployment  Migrate and virtualize Microsoft applications with confidence  Mission Critical expertise, designed for the most demanding workloads  Predictable, repeatable and sustainable performance  Scalable; grow as your business grows
    33. 33. CLOUD OS ACCELERATE PROGRAM JOINT PROGRAM FROM MICROSOFT AND HITACHI DATA SYSTEMS Save up to $75,000 USD when you purchase Hitachi UCP for Microsoft Private Cloud* *Contact your sales representative for more details
    34. 34. QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
    35. 35. UPCOMING WEBTECHS  October ‒ Private Versus Public Cloud: Security and Privacy Do Matter, Oct 9, 9 a.m. PT,12 p.m. ET ‒ Build Converged Infrastructures With True Systems Management, Oct 23, 9 a.m. PT,12 p.m. ET  November ‒ Stay tuned for a focus on Hitachi Software. Check www.hds.com/webtech for  Links to the recording, the presentation, and Q&A (available next week)  Schedule and registration for upcoming WebTech sessions  Questions will be posted in the HDS Community:  http://community.hds.com/groups/webtech
    36. 36. THANK YOU
    37. 37. BACKUP SLIDES
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