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1 © 2011 Hitachi Data Systems. All rights reserved.
TRANSFORM STORAGE
INTO A BUSINESS ENABLER
STORAGE ANALYTICS
Mike Rowle...
WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIES
Storage Analytics: Transform Storage into a Business Enabler
Attend this webinar session to lea...
DATA CENTER MANAGEMENT
DATA CENTER MANAGEMENT
HITACHI COMMAND SUITE
 Across all tiers of storage
 Across management functions
 Across file, block and content
UNIFIED...
HITACHI COMMAND SUITE
1. Single-point view
2. View from
business and
storage
perspective
3. Unified
management
Configurati...
HITACHI DEVICE MANAGER (HDVM)
Among other things, HDvM allows storage administrators to
 Provision / unallocate storage t...
MANAGE PERFORMANCE
WITH HITACHI TUNING MANAGER
Tuning Manager provides the ability to monitor and manage
performance from ...
HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR DASHBOARD
BOS/HDvM
HTnM HRpM
Configuration
Repl MgmtPerf details Tiered Stg
HDT
HCmD
HTSM
BOS(HDv...
Storage Analytics:
Hitachi Command
Director
BUSINESS ANALYTICS PRODUCT LINE
Enable customers to transform visualizing the data
center from an operational view to a mo...
BUSINESS ANALYTICS PRODUCT LINE
55
Configuration Analytics Mobility Protection
Operational View
Business Analytics
Strateg...
SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW
Command Director web server
 Accessed through web
browsers
Command Director
license server...
HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR:
FOCUS ON KEY CUSTOMER BUSINESS INITIATIVES
Visibility
Application
SLO Compliance
Chargeback
Capa...
HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR:
VALUE PROPOSITION
Helps transform IT from a cost center to a
service-oriented business
DATA CENT...
DEMONSTRATION
HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR SUMMARY
 Data center visibility
 Asset inventory and measurement across applications, servers a...
QUESTIONS AND
DISCUSSION
UPCOMING WEBTECHS
Mainframe Series – last session
 Why Networked FICON Storage Is Better than Direct Attached
Storage, Oc...
THANK YOU
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View this webinar session to learn how you can transform your storage infrastructure into a business enabler. You will learn: Tips and tricks to streamline storage performance monitoring across your Hitachi environment. How to define and enforce performance and capacity objectives for key business applications by establishing storage service level management. How to create storage service level management reports that satisfy the needs of multiple IT stakeholders (that is, CIO, architect, administrator). For more information on controlling costs of sprawling storage with storage analytics white paper: http://www.hds.com/assets/pdf/hitachi-white-paper-control-costs-and-sprawling-storage-with-storage-analytics.pdf

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  1. 1. 1 © 2011 Hitachi Data Systems. All rights reserved. TRANSFORM STORAGE INTO A BUSINESS ENABLER STORAGE ANALYTICS Mike Rowley, Sr. Solutions Architect Darryl Fujita, Technical Software Specialist Michael Knouse, Software Solution Specialist
  2. 2. WEBTECH EDUCATIONAL SERIES Storage Analytics: Transform Storage into a Business Enabler Attend this webinar session to learn how you can transform your storage infrastructure into a business enabler. You will learn • Tips and tricks to streamline storage performance monitoring across your Hitachi environment • How to define and enforce performance and capacity objectives for key business applications by establishing storage service-level management • How to create storage service-level management reports that satisfy the needs of multiple IT stakeholders (i.e., CIO, architect, administrator)
  3. 3. DATA CENTER MANAGEMENT
  4. 4. DATA CENTER MANAGEMENT
  5. 5. HITACHI COMMAND SUITE  Across all tiers of storage  Across management functions  Across file, block and content UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Unified Management Framework Configure Analyze Mobilize Protect Business Intelligence ApplianceFile ContentUnifiedBlock HDIHNAS HCPHUSVSP, USP, AMS, HUS
  6. 6. HITACHI COMMAND SUITE 1. Single-point view 2. View from business and storage perspective 3. Unified management Configuration Performance Mobility Reporting Analysis
  7. 7. HITACHI DEVICE MANAGER (HDVM) Among other things, HDvM allows storage administrators to  Provision / unallocate storage to hosts  Carve LDEVs  Virtualize volumes  Manage pools (create, expand, shrink, delete) ‒ Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning ‒ Hitachi Dynamic Tiering  Collect against hosts ‒ Understand host to storage correlation ‒ Report on host capacity usage, mappings, memberships in groups, etc.  Create point-in-time reports of storage, including ‒ Capacity utilization (% used, RAW, usable, etc.) ‒ Host mappings and storage paths ‒ Array configurations DEVICE MANAGER
  8. 8. MANAGE PERFORMANCE WITH HITACHI TUNING MANAGER Tuning Manager provides the ability to monitor and manage performance from the host down to the storage (end to end) SVR SAN LUN CACHE RAID/PHYS LUN Appls. Canned and custom reports - Capture “normal” profile for each host - Know when it becomes “abnormal” For hosts where performance is critical; not on every host HTnM Performance detail for every key component response time Agent Set performance threshold alerts - Detect the problem before the server team does  Host to Storage correlation - Drill down by application to tune for better performance - Host to storage response time  Array Performance detail - I/O response time within the array - Utilization/bottleneck analysis from controller port to spindle throughput
  9. 9. HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR DASHBOARD BOS/HDvM HTnM HRpM Configuration Repl MgmtPerf details Tiered Stg HDT HCmD HTSM BOS(HDvM+HDP)
  10. 10. Storage Analytics: Hitachi Command Director
  11. 11. BUSINESS ANALYTICS PRODUCT LINE Enable customers to transform visualizing the data center from an operational view to a more strategic, business- centric view where elements are measured, correlated, “trend-ized,” visualized and strategized
  12. 12. BUSINESS ANALYTICS PRODUCT LINE 55 Configuration Analytics Mobility Protection Operational View Business Analytics Strategic View Usage Patterns SLO Compliance Capacity Planning Chargeback Storage Allocation Performance Tuning Data Migration Replication Pair SyncTechnology upgradesPool Creation Storage Allocation CAPEX OPEX Storage Economics
  13. 13. SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW Command Director web server  Accessed through web browsers Command Director license server  Validates licenses  Performs user authentication Tuning Manager data collector  Installed on Hitachi Tuning Manager server  Used to collect storage system performance data  Managed from Command Director server
  14. 14. HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR: FOCUS ON KEY CUSTOMER BUSINESS INITIATIVES Visibility Application SLO Compliance Chargeback Capacity Planning Business Initiatives CAPEX reduction Increased utilization Storage Economics ROI analysis Cost justification SLA compliance Delayed buying Never run out Increased ROI Reduce MTR Application view Know what you have OPEX reduction
  15. 15. HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR: VALUE PROPOSITION Helps transform IT from a cost center to a service-oriented business DATA CENTER VISIBILITY Have complete visibility into your data center with application-centric views of storage (supply and demand) to minimize OPEX Global dashboard Business and customer view of applications (demand) Storage array view (supply) SLO COMPLIANCE Define application service level objectives (SLO) to monitor for compliance purposes; proactively identify SLO issues and reduce OPEX Application SLO monitoring SLO violation investigation Seamless integration with Hitachi Tuning Manager for deeper analysis SERVICE CHARGEBACK Offer tiers of service to customers and charge back accordingly to ensure ROI while reducing CAPEX Service and chargeback models (Based on hardware tiers, pool and service levels) Chargeback and compliance reports for customers Interface to external chargeback systems CAPACITY PLANNING Understand data center economics and conduct intelligent capacity planning based on historical trends to reduce future CAPEX Standard reports to identify underutilized and overutilized resources Historical capacity and performance utilization trend for applications If-else modeling for advanced capacity planning
  16. 16. DEMONSTRATION
  17. 17. HITACHI COMMAND DIRECTOR SUMMARY  Data center visibility  Asset inventory and measurement across applications, servers and storage  Chargeback  Chargeback reporting based on capacity consumption, application service levels or SLO compliance  Application service level objective compliance  Global dashboard to monitor business applications against their service level objectives  Capacity planning  View application-based capacity utilization trends to properly plan for future growth Hitachi Command Director Enables customers to transform visualizing the data center from an operational view to a more strategic, business-centric view where elements are measured, correlated, “trend-ized,” visualized and strategized
  18. 18. QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
  19. 19. UPCOMING WEBTECHS Mainframe Series – last session  Why Networked FICON Storage Is Better than Direct Attached Storage, Oct 3, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET Also in October  Maximize Availability and Uptime by Clustering your Physical Data Centers within Metro Distances, Oct 24, 9 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. ET 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
  20. 20. THANK YOU
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