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  • The new HP BladeSystem c-Class is maximum strength relief for the pain caused by the conventional, “racked, stacked and wired” infrastructure. No one likes change. IT managers despise it. But when change comes, everyone wants to be ready.  Change is so painful because IT is hardwired and static and changing even the smallest thing requires a lot of manual coordination of a lot of really smart people to do very simple things.  Imagine if you needed your whole family every morning to help you tie each of your shoes.  Your wife has one lace, Timmy gets the other one, Sara holds the shoe and you shove the foot in it.  It’s not unlike the process required to install or even to repurpose a server.  With the HP Virtual Connect architecture, the new HP BladeSystem will make IT “Change-ready” for the first time. Dealing with power and cooling is a problem, no matter what you use to build IT.  Most customers intuitively know this.  If they aren’t experiencing this pain now, they know they will soon.  But like any problem, you can’t take any action without understanding the cause.  Your car can measure all kinds of thermal information and has all kinds of systems to deal with that automatically and more efficiently. And like a car, each datacenter has a limit to what it can power and cool.  Going beyond that limit in the datacenter will cost you a lot more than a tow truck.  Why doesn’t every IT component, rack, row and datacenter have this same kind of efficiency and control over power and cooling? With Thermal Logic technology, the new HP BladeSystem will make datacenters “Energy-savvy” for the first time.  Do we want to say anything about just consuming less power? Time is money.  Why do we so often over-look the most obvious and relevant truths? Of all the problems of with the’ “racked, stacked, and wired” IT, the biggest is the unnatural acts it forces to manage and maintain it.  So much time on patching, monitoring, configuring, deploying and not enough on creating new applications and new services to help customers, partners and employees.  One of HP’s main goals for the Infrastructure for an Adaptive Enterprise (NGDC) is to get server-to-administrator ratios up to 200:1.  That means we have to get to a point where we spend no more than 5 days per server over a 3 year period.  With Insight Control management, the new HP BladeSystem will make datacenters “Time-smart” for the first time. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{7A79CE1E-5B45-4DA5-8C5D-9315A4AE465D}}
  • The Bottom line benefits… In comparison to the traditional racked and stacked world of rack-mounted servers, network devices, and shared storage devices… The HP BladeSystem provides you both lower capital costs (initial acquisition costs of servers, switches, power distribution, and shared storage devices), And, Lower operational costs in datacenter costs (wattage, cabling, space), and in management costs to provision and re-provision, upgrade and change your configurations. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{DA5E2949-2C1C-4E0C-AE54-B9550259B49D}}
  • HP BladeSystem Family Update Rev.8.41 – HP Restricted HP offers a wide variety of Blade servers. We want to offer an equivalent of every rack server that we have in the Proliant BL family and equivalents to some of the rack servers we have in our Integrity family. There are two and four processor X86 servers, with both Intel and AMD varieties of X86 servers. There are multiple Integrity servers, based on the Intel Itanium product line. There are four series of Blades, two hundred, four hundred, six hundred and eight hundred series model numbers. An important distinction is that the two hundred series Blades tend to be lower cost. They’re equivalent to the Proliant BL100 series. These are popular with our SMB customers and also with high performance computing customers. The four hundred series Blades are our mainstream. This series represents the vast majority of Blades you’ll probably deal with in normal day to day operations. Generally, these are two-processor servers using either Intel or AMD X86 processors. The six hundred series Blades are four-processor servers. Current offerings are the BL680 and BL685, using quad-core Intel and AMD processors. Finally, the eight hundred series servers are Integrity servers. These are our high availability servers using the Intel Itanium product line.
  • HP BladeSystem Family Update Moving on to HP’s fierce competitor, IBM, HP’s key differentiators are similar to the other competition. For example, HP’s strategy offers more choices and value to its customers. We offer solutions from the small business all the way to the virtualized data center.
  • Most people see an empty box – I see a lot more. This empty box: Is consolidated from the start – out of the box to dramatically lower the cost to buy, build, run and maintain an infrastructure. It puts all the elements of the modern datacenter – power, cooling, connectivity, redundancy, security, compute, and storage – into a modular, right-sized and self-optimizing unit with agile intelligence. This box is the new basic building block of the next-generation of datacenters – our customers and HP’s. (60% space savings, +95% cable reduction, 25% less costly upfront) Wrapped in intelligence - with literally thousands of points of instrumentation, control and data collection 24x7, every second of every connection, all power and cooling, health and performance – out of the box (Velcro cut out on the box) Gives secure access to all that data at your fingertips in a brilliantly simple way through the Onboard Administrator . Technology and interface from VJ and the IPG team found on our world-famous printers and copiers. So our customers can deploy full featured infrastructure out-of-the box in less that 20 minutes. (Velcro cut out on the box) Includes redundancy for every component and connection inside it for no-single-point-of-failure - out of the box. (Velcro cut out on the box) Consolidates tremendous power capacity that adapts and optimizes itself to the most efficient level for any solution regardless of workload or component inside –so that anything you put in this box is ALWAYS more cost-effective to power. Out of the box. (Velcro cut out on the box) Includes more cooling capacity, monitoring and control – enough investment protection and air-cooling for a 50KW load -- out of the box – that adapts regardless of the performance and density you can through at it. (Velcro cut out on the box) Recognizes that it doesn’t live in isolation – so it includes not only 5 Tbps of aggregate bandwidth , opening performance - possibilities most customers have conceived of yet – but also unique way to connect to the other domains of the datacenter. Another HP-only innovation that will not only revolutionize how blades are connected to SAN and LAN, but also delight customers with the simplicity and flexibility that it delivers. (Velcro cut out on the box)
  • Wide variety of blades Server blades: Xeon, AMD and Itanium Innovative storage blade option(420GB) Enclosure-based shared storage IO devices on a blade Embedded devices on motherboard, or Optional devices on mezzanine cards (4Gb FC, up to 10GbE, IB) Supports External SANs & NAS Robust Server Blade feature sets Hot plug drives Integrated Lights out management Support for Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infiniband, SAS connectivity [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{3F2F6388-ACAB-4BFE-8015-C5AED62BC72A}}
  • Power Envelope Up to 6 PS @ 2400W ea. 13500W capacity per enclosure Choice of single-phase or 3-phase enclosures Choice of N+N AC redundancy, or N+1 PS redundancy Power Management If needed, customers can constrain the maximum BTU’s per enclosure and rack. Cooling Improved cooling efficiency Reduced power consumption Easy Setup Cable-less server installation Enclosure manager wizard setup Multiple enclosure setup functions Optional redundant management module PARSEC architecture To optimize thermal design to support all customer configurations from 1 to 26 servers, with one to 10 fans, a relatively air tight manifold must be developed. It has a front section which the servers seal into when in use, and which has doors that seal off when servers are not in use. It has a rear section which the fans seal into when in use, and which has back flow preveters that seal when a fan does not rotate or is not installed. It has a middle section which wraps around the complex power and signal distribution midplanes, to ensure that air is properly metered from the 10 parallel fans to the 26 parallel servers when all or installed or the minimums are installed. These are 3 large snap together complex plastic, metal and gasket subassemblies [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{3B423D7E-E33B-45F7-A1A3-945FB3AA9BD0}}
  • Processor speeds are bit of a moving target due to the Intel changes to roadmap and absolutely no guarantees can be given to any customer on any frequency being supported, but it is likely we can support the 3.0 80W and 2.5 50W Quad-core parts. The 80W parts have not been through full thermal evaluation yet. Also support Linux boot from USB and its internal (optional to SATA HDD)
  • What is announcing The HP Smart Array P712M Controller is a mezzanine card PCI-Express (PCIE) supporting direct attach and shared SAS storage. Why this product now? Customers need more storage than what the internal storage of the BladeSystem with SB40c and SB600c provides. Also, customers want shared storage but do not want the cost and complexity of a SAN. The P712M Controller is one of the highest performing controllers in the SAS portfolio and provides new levels of reliability for HP Blade servers, through its support of the latest SCSI technology and advanced RAID capabilities. What’s new On the day of announcement, HP will announce these new features and functionality: Software — Consistency among all Smart Array family products: Array Configuration Utility, Systems Insight Manager, Array Diagnostic Utility (ADU) and SmartStart. 3Gb SAS technology — Delivers high performance and data bandwidth up to 300MBs per physical link and contains full compatibility with 1.5G SATA technology. RAID — P712M/512MB 72-bit wide DDR2-533MHz, battery-backed write cache supports RAID 6 with ADG, logical drive extension, and RAID migration Recovery ROM protects against a ROM corruption. Warranty The standard warranty is 3-0-0.
  • HP Confidential – may only be shown to customers under NDA and may not be left behind with a customer under any circumstance.
  • What to highlight: 16 DIMMs, which means you can either have more memory than any other 2-processor blade; or you can buy the lower-cost 1GB and 2GB DIMMs and yet reach the same memory capacity that required more expensive 4GB DIMMs on other blades. Solid State Drives. These are non-hot plug; you have to remove the blade from the chassis and open it up to replace them. HP expects few people to actually used SSD – most people who deploy this blade will be doing boot-from-SAN – so these drives are really meant for booting only. If you need hot-plug SAS drives, you can either (a) use the BL465c; or (b) attach an SB40c storage blade next to the BL495c and get up to 6 hot-plug SAS drives in it. 10 gigabit ethernet controller. Two hypertransport links between the processors, instaed of the normal 1 – this means more throughput between processors. Other features are the same as the BL465c. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{9F40273E-0FF4-46D9-9A39-CEB373CB7DCA}}
  • Data center workstation computing, without boundaries The HP ProLiant Blade Workstation solution is a next-generation workstation infrastructure that provides data center workstation computing without boundaries – by combining the centralized, mission-critical control and security of the data center with a seamless, workstation-class experience and the flexibility to support professionals in multiple work locations. It is the only solution of its kind, an innovative offering that is customer proven and now in its fourth generation – built with HP ProLiant quality and trading floor-tested reliability. Data center security and control The Centralized blade approach brings mission-critical security & operational continuity to workstation computing Supporting Details: Blade-driven computing keeps data in the data center, securely Multi-blade, multi-site capabilities improve business continuity Management toolset gives IT staff efficient, expert control , anywhere Customer Benefits: Risk protection - Manage technology exposures to your business operations Workstation-class experience Remote graphics innovation delivers a seamless and powerful workstation experience, in a small footprint Supporting Details: HP RGS delivers interactive performance for multi-display 2D/3D graphics and video Delivers workstation power to the client on-demand Greatly enhanced desk ergonomics (lowers power use, heat & noise) Customer Benefits: Work efficiency - Create an environment that empowers your professionals Multi-location flexibility Network-optimized access allows individuals or teams to work and collaborate, remotely and reliably Supporting Details: Reliably work locally or remotely over standard network connections Real-time collaboration enables teams to see and share information Multi-site connectivity enables a highly responsive, virtual workforce Customer Benefits: Business possibilities - Enables new business work models by eliminating distance barriers
  • With building blocks of the HP ProLiant WS460c G6 workstation blade, HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS), HP Session Allocation Manager (SAM), HP ProLiant BL c-class infrastructure, HP gt7725 Thin Client working seamlessly together, HP Blade Workstation Solution delivers datacenter class security, manageability and business continuity while retaining workstation class performance of a desktop system. The HP ProLiant Blade Workstation solution is a next-generation workstation infrastructure that provides data center workstation computing without the boundaries of one physical workspace. The solution combines the centralized, mission-critical control and security of the data center with a seamless, workstation-class experience and the flexibility to support professionals in multiple work locations. It is the only blade solution of its kind, built with HP ProLiant quality and trading floor-proven reliability. Strengthen compliance and security: Centralize desktop computing resources and information in the data center for tighter control and regulatory adherence. • Support outsourced and offshore teams: Easily manage your entire client environment, regardless of physical location, with a common infrastructure. • Enhance business continuity and disaster recovery: With all client content in the data center, you can protect assets with failover solutions and data replication. Users can access the power of the Workstation Blades from anywhere they have a network connection. • Meet the diverse needs of today’s alternative workforce: Serve workstation users with a flexible client solution that aligns to their specific application requirements for 2D and 3D graphics performance and multi-display.
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com HP ProLiant WS460c G6 Workstation Blade Key features of the WS460c G6 Workstation Blade are: Up to two Intel Xeon 5500 Series processors, single core or dual core Up to 96GB DDR-3 memory Choice of graphics cards HP Onboard Administrator powered by Integrated Lights Out 2 management for deployment and remote management
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com Graphics mezzanine portfolio The three graphics mezzanine cards available for the WS460c G6 offer customers the flexibility to buy just the graphics capability they need: whether dual graphics, midrange 3D graphics for scientific research and manufacturing CAD, or high-performance 3D graphics. The primary differences between these mezzanine cards are the frame buffer size, cache size and the max power capability.
  • Make sure MSA 2000 is what is being referenced in this presentation. The StorageWorks division offers a complete portfolio of disk array systems, ranging from the entry level Modular Storage Array family, to the mid-range Enterprise Virtual Array and the XP family on the high end. XP DISK ARRAYS The XP disk arrays are large enterprise-class storage systems designed for organizations that simply cannot afford any downtime or tolerate any data loss. With the XP's ability to allocate capacity when needed, virtualize a variety of disk arrays, partition storage resources, and connect to many hosts, IT managers can now consolidate their data centers and operate them more efficiently. Combined with HP's disaster proof solutions, the XP disk arrays provide unfailing data protection when needed most. EVA DISK ARRAYS The HP StorageWorks 4100/4400/6100/8100 Enterprise Virtual Arrays offer customers in the mid-range to enterprise market place leading high performance, high capacity and high availability "virtual" array storage solutions. MSA DISK ARRAYS The HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 2000 selection of SAN devices features the very latest in efficient consolidation, functionality and technology at very affordable prices. The ideal customers needing to consolidate their storage include smaller companies with tight budgets and limited IT expertise, or larger companies that have perhaps hundreds of smaller departments and remote locations. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{BDE6ECD0-6EE0-4F8E-9761-1E1822697661}}
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • Built on the BL460c BladeSystem server and SB40c storage blade, the SB600c unifies internal shared application storage (iSCSI SAN), file serving (NAS), and integrated data protection all through the centralized HP AiO Storage Manager (ASM) interface. Integrating iSCSI shared storage, NAS file serving, and data protection services provides an efficient way to add storage capacity for the clients and servers at small IT sites. Rapid data growth of both unstructured file data and structured application date from database and e-mail means storage capacity requirements continue to evolve. The AiO SB600cintegrated solution allows for easy expansion of storage capacity within the BladeSystem enclosure. Application server storage (iSCSI SAN) Windows file serving (Windows NAS) Integrated data protection Radically simple management Designed for IT generalists with no storage expertise, the AiO Storage Manager eliminates complexity by automating storage tasks and presenting capacity in familiar application-centric terms, providing a simple way to control data growth. You chose to deploy an HP BladeSytem c-Class for your business and now you're looking at the storage options available for the c-Class enclosure. You need a solution that can provide shared storage for your c-Class application servers, enhanced file serving for end-user clients, and data protection software to keep your data safe and secure. These are the key functions of the HP StorageWorks All-in-One SB600c Storage Blade and together, they allow your business to lower costs, increase efficiencies, and respond to rapid data growth. The All-in-One Storage Blade is a radically simple, integrated, and affordable network storage solution that enables businesses to easily manage, grow, and protect their data without requiring them to become storage experts. The easy-to-use, All-in-One Storage Manager (ASM) interface reduces the time, expense, and expertise required to keep up with rapidly growing applications like Microsoft Exchange. Busy IT Managers do not have time to learn complex storage technologies; ASM eliminates this barrier by handling all underlying storage tasks and presenting network storage in application-centric terms, giving administrators newfound levels of control. Data migration tools for Exchange 2003/2007 and SQL Server 2000/2005 include best practice recommendations which allow any IT generalist to look like a storage expert. Tools for hosting user defined applications enable flexible deployment in many different environments. Administrators can quickly and easily setup or expand data areas, migrate data from capacity constrained servers, implement disk and tape backup policies, and more. Now you can have a simple, affordable, and reliable network storage solution that provides many of the management, consolidation, and data protection features typically reserved for higher-priced and more complex storage products.
  • Slide 4 & 5 are to be used if your product is NEW. Delete slides 2 & 3 now. These slides will be used not only for Kickoff but will become part of the Launch Messaging presentation and will also become part of the Sales Training presentation.
  • HP c-Class BladeSystem greatly enhances the variety and performance of interconnect options. The rear of the enclosure includes an Interconnect Bay accommodating 8 single-wide or 4 double-wide interconnect modules. All of our interconnect modules plug directly into these interconnect bays. If you need redundancy, then use two of the same kind of module, side-by-side. CLICK With managed switch modules that plug into the bays, you can reduce your cable count with your favorite Ethernet and Fibre Channel switches from Cisco, Brocade, and others. Caution – We haven’t made the final decision of whether to offer a McData FC switch, so if someone asks about McData, tell them we haven’t decided whether to offer McData but that even if we don’t, we have another solution to meet their needs (Virtual Connect). You’ll also be able to get InfiniBand connectivity now through a high-performance 4X, DDR InfiniBand switch. Note that IBM just announced a 4X InfiniBand blade switch for their BladeCenter2. Though they haven’t identified it yet, we believe their switch is only SDR (single data rate) but ours will be DDR (double data rate clock speed) which will provide twice the performance of the IBM 4X InfiniBand switch! CLICK And we’ll continue to offer Ethernet and Fibre Channel pass-through modules for those situations where you must have direct 1 to 1 connections between your servers and LAN and SAN. Taking into account the cost of cables, transceivers, director-class switch ports, and so on, the pass-through approach is generally the most expensive connection alternative. So, we recommend that you use it only when you have no other choice. (We are also significantly increasing the price of pass-thru modules to steer more business in the direction of Virtual Connect or Managed Switches) CLICK And a new kind of interconnect - Virtual Connect – Simply the best connection to your networks. (Don’t dwell on this statement, move right on to the next slide.) [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{AAB849E6-7085-4475-B326-4A0ACA075938}}
  • The next two summary slides show the flexibility of the port mapping Here is a half height server with 2 lane connections to switch ports. We ran these traces to support GbE, FC, 10Gb (4-lane), 10Gb serial, IB 4x, Assuming a fully loaded enclosure, Half height servers can use up to 8 I/O ports. In this case there are 10 ports on this server, so 2 are reserved Notice that Mezz 2 has 2 switch ports going to one pair of switches, and 2 ports directed to another pair. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{A99D0CDC-3912-47E0-A462-A61EEE70CB88}}
  • The next two summary slides show the flexibility of the port mapping Here is a half height server with 2 lane connections to switch ports. We ran these traces to support GbE, FC, 10Gb (4-lane), 10Gb serial, IB 4x, Assuming a fully loaded enclosure, Half height servers can use up to 8 I/O ports. In this case there are 10 ports on this server, so 2 are reserved Notice that Mezz 2 has 2 switch ports going to one pair of switches, and 2 ports directed to another pair.
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • This slide shows the networking side of the datacenter infrastructure. HP ProCurve offers products for TOR ( 6600 series), EOR (8212 series )and provisioning & management ( DCM ). We now also offer blade switches which help connect the bladesystem infrastructure with the networking piece in a seamless way, thus offering end-to-end HP solution.
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • New Product Introduction for Employees and Channel Partners http://www.hp.com
  • SSRAM is Synchronous SRAM
  • HP is introducing the IO accelerator as part of a comprehensive solid state storage portfolio. It offers the Equivalent storage performance of multiple disks. This device is targeted for markets & applications requiring high transaction rates and real-time data access that will benefit from application performance enhancement. NOT raw capacity! 80 to 320 GB Mezz card form factor Higher Performance High IOPs performance (up to 100K IOPs) Fast read and writes ( up to 800 MB/s) Low latency access to storage (~50 microseconds) Low power consumption Reduces Power Cost Reduced Cooling Costs Reduced Rack Space Enhances Business Critical Applications Financial Transactions 3D Rendering Data Mining Servers BL460c G1, 465c G5, 680c G5, 685c G5, 260c G5, 2x220c G5, BL495c OS Support RHEL 4,5 ; SLES 10, (64 bit support only) Windows x86-64 2003, 2008 (64 bit support only) Capacity 80 GB, 160 GB, 320 GB mezzanine version Configurations Mixing allowed, Up to 2 on HH blade, 3 on FH blade Management SNMP – P0; SMH Web template – P1 HPSIM, HPSUM – P1 Support 3/0/0 warranty; customer replaceable, ISEE/RDP (in work), Standard Blade HW Carepack Documentation Install manual, User guide (English and Japanese), white papers (pre-sales) SW RAID SW RAID 0, 1 (MSFT, Linux (LVM, MD))
  • Pass-thru modules can drown you in cables densely stacking servers together with lots of Ethernet & Fibre Channel connections can lead to hundreds of cables floods of cables are unreliable – leading to human error in disconnecting the right ones, accidentally pulling more than one out, and lots of confusion Patch panels or pass-thru modules are usually the most expensive way to connect. High cost of installation and the Catalyst Ethernet or Brocade director class fibre channel switch ports and transceivers at the other end of the wire add up to a lot of expense. Switches work great but can overwhelm in numbers Switches greatly reduce the number of cables. Our Switches from Cisco, Nortel, Brocade, and McData work great. We have the best brands in the industry and they’re built especially for HP BladeSystem to interoperate smoothly with your networks. But, Blade Servers add lots of small switches into LAN and SAN networks, which then have to be managed by the LAN & SAN administrators. One Cisco Catalyst 6513 aggregation switch can connect to over 425 server ports compared with our switches connecting to 16 ports. Our blade switches can add switches at 26x the rate that they would add their standard Catalyst 6513 switches into their network! Each Fibre Channel switch defines a new FC domain. Many customers don’t have enough domains available to use them up on these small switches. LANs & SANs must follow the moving Server In any server system (Blade Server or not) when a server is added, moved, or deleted the LAN & SAN must be adjusted, which means the LAN & SAN admins must help in normal server activities. The reason is that regardless of addressing method used, Ethernet packets ultimately get to the right server by the MAC addresses on its NICs. Likewise Fibre Channel packets get to the server using the World Wide Names (or World Wide ID) on its HBAs. If a server goes away it takes its NICs with it and if a spare server with new NICs is installed, then the LAN needs to be told about the change and its tables updated. The same thing happens for the HBAs and the SAN. This means that server adds, moves, or changes require changes in the LAN and SAN and the help of those LAN & SAN admins. This is normal, but a lot of trouble for the LAN & SAN admins and delays changes by the Server admin until he can coordinate everyone’s schedules to accomplish the work. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{F2CB7E69-0C3F-43E3-8DCA-FA0C21F05975}}
  • Virtual Connect solves all of these problems, makes your servers change-ready and makes everyone more productive. Virtual Connect virtualizes the BladeSystem connections with the LAN & SAN. It establishes the MAC Addresses for all NICs and World Wide Names for all HBAs, then holds them constant in software so that even if the bare-metal server goes away, the MAC addresses and WWNs stay constant. Then when a new server takes its place, those same MAC addresses and WWNs are assigned to it. The LAN and SAN never see any changes. Likewise, you can add servers, move them, or replace at will and Virtual Connect manages the connections so the LAN and SAN are always connected to the right servers and never see a change that requires adjusting the LAN or SAN. This is all done according to IEEE standards for locally administered MAC addresses and World Wide Names, so there is no magic here just very creative engineering. You get the cable reduction without adding any switches to manage. Using an Ethernet Bridge and a Fibre Channel HBA Aggregator, the Virtual Connect Modules make your server connections look like a bunch of NICs & HBAs to the LAN & SAN. This means that if you are a Cisco or Brocade shop, you can continue to gain the benefits of end-to-end Cisco or Brocade. You are not adding any other brands of switches that can conflict with the special protocols of your preferred network brands. It also cleanly separates the Server area of responsibility from that of LAN and SAN. No more sharing the same chassis. One of the greatest benefits is that SAN & LAN admins no longer need to help with server moves, changes, or additions. It gives them back the time they would have spent on this and frees up the server admin from delaying changes while coordinating schedules with the other groups. We can solve all of these problems and provide this extra flexibility because Virtual Connect has unique access to embedded management and communications capabilities of the HP BladeSystem. In addition to the hardware and software in its modules, it uses iLO, Onboard Administrator, and other internal functions to bring this total solution to your benefit. Other suppliers will offer partial answers for some of these problems, but only HP has the understanding & access to the BladeSystem internal communications & control elements to offer you a complete solution. Because Virtual Connect saves server profile and the server is stateless, getting back up and running with a new bare metal server is very fast. No need to load drivers, etc. Avitage Item ID: {{B2B7A647-0AC8-4E4C-99F3-F51B99623C6B}}
  • 2 SKUs Virtual Connect – Ethernet Module Virtual Connect – FC Module Plug into interconnect bays instead of switches or pass-thru modules Must have Ethernet Module in order to install FC because the Virtual Connect Manager software runs on a processor on the Ethernet Module Ethernet has sixteen 1GbE downlinks to servers (connected across the signal midplane), eight 1GbE uplinks to network (RJ45 copper Ethernet connectors), two 10GbE connectors (for copper CX4 cables), one 10 GbE internal inter-switch link (across signal midplane) for a failover connection between Virtual Connect Modules. A Virtual Connect domain can include up to four HP c-Class BladeSystem enclosures for a total of 64 servers. Within the domain, any server can access any LAN or SAN, and a server can be spared by a server in a different enclosure, and so on. By stacking (cabling) the Ethernet modules within the domain, every server blade in the domain can be configured to access any external network connection. FC modules within different enclosures are each connected directly to the same set of FC SAN(s)*. With this configuration, the Virtual Connect Manager can deploy and migrate a server blade IO profile across all four enclosures without any need for external LAN or SAN configurations. To Virtual Connect, all four enclosures act as one. * Stacking support for FC modules is not provided, so connections to the SAN from each enclosure is required. This should normally be okay because 1) there are normally very few SANs and each enclosure will be connected to all of them, and 2) this avoids high oversubscription rates (caused by stacking) which can be a problem with FC. The key is to make sure that all SANs are connected to all enclosures within the Virtual Connect Domain. Fibre Channel has sixteen 4Gb Fibre Channel downlinks to servers, four 1/2/4Gb auto-sensing Fibre Channel uplinks to network When you use Virtual Connect Modules, you are putting your BladeSystem into Virtual Connect Ethernet Mode, and the system will not accept Ethernet Pass-Thru or Switch modules. The other devices would conflict with Virtual Connect and hamper the benefits of that experience. Fibre Channel works the same way. Fundamentally though, customers who believe Virtual Connect is the right solution will not want to mix them with other Ethernet or FC interconnect modules. Avitage Item ID: {{476181B4-C7FC-49EB-82C2-AA51789A0024}}
  • For 1Gb uplink capability , the Virtual Connect Fiber Module will provide (2) 1Gb SFP ports for either Fiber SFP or RJ-45 Copper. There is an additional (4) built in RJ-45 copper uplink ports for a total of (6) 1Gb uplinks. The server downlink ports operate at 1Gb identical to the 1/10Gb copper only module that is shipping today. For 10Gb connectivity to the data center, there are (2) built-in XFP ports that support a variety of 10Gb Fiber connections. Additionally, a copper CX4 port can be used to stack inside an enclosure with other Fiber or Copper modules, or can be used as an uplink to a switch. Like the VC module we ship today, there is also an internal 10Gb interswitch link that is used to connect two modules together, side-by-side in an enclosure for a redundant configuration. Like the copper version, the fiber version can use any uplink or combination of uplinks for stacking between modules in an enclosure for cable consolidation. The product will ship with version 1.2 from the factory and is not backwards compatible in 1.1x firmware because all of the basic supporting hardware elements are not in those earlier versions. This 10Gb fiber product will be introduced at a slight premium over the copper only version. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{7DE0CB22-26A0-4AB5-A641-3319AC70711B}}
  • Slide 9: With VC Flex10 you can evolve to 10Gb- at your own speed! Flex10 NICs are PCI physical function devices, that are OS independant and the server ROM recognizese them as independant NICs. Each 10Gb Flex10 LOM /option card has 2 physical 10Gb ports It Offers unprecedented control over the amount of network connections Allows flexible bandwidth within each physical server And you can wire once – then add, replace, and recover servers in minutes (as you can already with VC today)
  • VMware architecture is very elegant and sophisticated. Each Virtual Machine has its own processor/memory complex along with Disk and Ethernet devices emulated in software. Within the VM Hypervisor layer there are software switches which have “uplink” connections to a hardware NIC in the server. A physical server will have multiple Virtual machines and many Ethernet software switches associated with the physical server NIC”s. Shown here is the minimum hardware configuration of 6 physical NIC’s. As you can see there is potentially a lot of traffic supported on each NIC and a lot of network infrastructure supporting all of those connections. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{CFDDDB76-5FE3-4815-98C2-9FA4B3BE6CDF}}
  • Flex-10 optimizes Virtual Machine Traffic by providing a greater number of physical NIC’s per server and each connection bandwidth optimized for the application. HP customers gain these technical benefits along with the cost benefit of a reduction in I/O modules required to support the NIC’s. This free’s up the enclosure to support more or different I/O fabrics in the future. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{81B74F17-3E66-4642-BE26-11700183F95D}}
  • See table on right for four NIC configuration. The key takeaway for this graphic is compared to 1Gb Cisco or other 1Gb VC alternatives, Flex-10 is at price parity with 1Gb VC in a four server NIC configuration. Beyond four NIC”s there is a clear cost advantage. Most VM customers need a minimum of 6 NIC’s and most need 8 or more. Customer needing just two NIC’s per server may not be a candidate Flex-10 unless they are using full 10Gb on each NIC port for specialized applications. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{8A28F6D8-6097-4B63-8DB3-4532D24B30D1}}
  • With Dynamic Enclosure Power Capping running the OA continuously monitors the power usage of each blade. If blade reaches it’s power cap, and therefore it’s performance is being impacted, it can request more power from the OA. The OA will then check for blades that are not close to their power caps. These blades will have their power caps reduced and the blade requesting more power will have it’s power cap raised so that it can increase performance to complete the work. The animation shows the power caps being transferred around the enclosure
  • Let’s talk first about the power capping capabilities in Insight Control When it comes to power usage, most customers never fully use the power budgeted or pulled into the data center. That is primarily because a typical server consumes only about 1/3 rd of the face plate power rating for that server. Customers typically provision power based on that face plate rating, and they do not know how much is being consumed, they do not really know that they are throwing away unused capacity What Thermal Logic essentially does is allow customers to Triple their Data Center Capacity by managing the power usage. A key element of that strategy in addition to using lower wattage and highly efficient power supplies is to cap the power usage. Now why is power capping important? Using Insight Control, a customer can measure how much power is used by a server, or a group or servers or an enclosure of servers. As mentioned before, what customers will find is that the power usage is typically 1/3 rd the actual face plate rating. So if they were deploying servers based on the face plate rating, they will now realize that they can fit in about 3 times more the number of servers within the power that they have already provisioned for the data center What customers will also find when they measure power usage using Insight Control is that there are peaks of power usage every now and then based on the nature of the application running on that server. If they provision 3x the number of servers to reclaim the trapped power capacity, there is a chance that they might exceed the total power available when these peaks happen which result in them blowing their circuits. So in order to protect from blowing their circuits, a sure way of protection is to cap the power usage so that it will never exceed the maximum that is available. So Power Capping essentially ensures that customers can triple their data center capacity with the confidence that they will not blow their circuits This capability is truly unique from HP with select ProLiant and BladeSystem servers and enables customers to get more from a data center deployed on ProLiant and BladeSystem HP Insight Control Environment 3.00 introduces Dynamic Power Capping and power management alerts for ProLiant and BladeSystem infrastructure. These new capabilities increase the number of servers that can be deployed per circuit by as much as 36%. Dynamic Power Capping for single servers allows you to safely reclaim unused power and cooling capacity by limiting power usage without risk or performance degradation or circuit over-subscription Requires updated system ROM/BIOS and iLO 2 v1.70 firmware, Insight Power Manager (IPM) v2.0 Supported DL servers: HP ProLiant DL380 G5 and DL360 G5 Dynamics Power Capping for BladeSystem enclosures delivers additional savings by allowing an enclosure level power budget to be dynamically shared across multiple ProLiant BL servers Requires updated system ROM/BIOS and iLO 2 v1.70 firmware, Insight Power Manager (IPM) v2.0, Onboard Administrator (OA) v2.30 Supported blade servers: HP ProLiant BL 2x220c, BL260c, BL460c G1, BL460c G5, BL465c G5, BL685c, BL495c Power management alerts help you optimize Dynamic Power Capping settings by informing you when power caps have been reach at the server or enclosure level [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{F9F5245F-1A7B-43A2-BFBE-9926A80C9EC3}}
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  • Insight Control management software for HP ProLiant and HP BladeSystem infrastructures - integrated management software that addresses all your server management needs from almost anywhere - and simplified in a single package for easy deployment and installation. Total control means you have all of the capabilities to ensure a stable infrastructure. More specifically, it gives you the ability to detect and address hardware issues before they cause service disruptions. That also applies to system software and firmware – HP gives you the ability to manage version updates efficiently and proactively. You also have the tools to optimize performance by identifying bottlenecks before they affect productivity. Total control also means you are able to efficiently take preventive actions that maximize your resistance to malicious threats. And, you are able to completely control your infrastructure regardless of its state or your location. HP enables these capabilities with tools based on industry standards and complimented with industry leading innovation. With a stable environment, you’re also able to adapt to your constantly changing business environment. Maximum flexibility means you can quickly deploy IT services as well as consolidate your infrastructure through your choice of virtualization technology and manage transparently across physical and virtual environments. You can apply new resources rapidly to meet business demands and migrate to new technology using simplified and automated processes. And you can ensure maximum server and facilities utilization and performance with automated workload balancing and effective power management. All of these capabilities drive the tangible savings that are enabled by a best run server infrastructure. These benefits represent the true value to your business – they lay the foundation for delivering reliable IT services efficiently and responsively to meet the demands of your business. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{2E9B1618-853A-40EF-AEA1-FD303675ADD2}}
  • Reduce unplanned downtime by 77% * - (IDC “Gaining Business Value and ROI with HP Systems Insight Manager, May 2007) Reduce deployment time by 65% ** - Polaris Industries Case Study 2006 – HP Rapid Deployment Pack Reduce system admin expenses *** - IDC White Paper sponsored by HP, “Gaining Business Value and ROI with HP Insight Control”, Feb 2008 Triple datacenter capacity **** -Test HP ran in the performance lab. Not using Dynamic Power Capping and went by the power supply faceplate one could only fit 7 DL380 servers on an 8600 KW circuit. With Insight Power Manager and Dynamic Power capping they would be able to fit 23 servers. HP Insight Control Environment management suite is the essential infrastructure management suite for every HP G6 server. Whether an HP BladeSystem or HP ProLiant server, always consider ICE and an essential part of your server. Don’t leave home without it. ROI – 563%* $48,380 reduction in expenses* Payback 6 months *Source: “Gaining Business Value and ROI with HP Insight Control,” IDC, February 2008. A Worldwide study of real customers using at least one element and as many as five elements of the Insight Control management suite. ICE provides an essential set of infrastructure management functionality that every G6 server can/should consider using. This functionality includes a complete set of lifecycle management tools including: RDP for rapid software image deployment, It too extends the power of Insight Control to BladeSystem, creating a single, consistent management environment for rapid deployment, health and performance monitoring, vulnerability and patch management, power management, lights-out remote control and also virtual machine management. The virtual machine management component bundled is one of the integrated differences of the HP Insight Control Environment management suite and the HP Insight Control Environment for BladeSystem management suite. Ideal targeting is the same as Insight Control Environment management suite other than using this suite specifically for BladeSystem servers.
  • Training Express Monthly Webinars Sales & GTM Center of Expertise Insight Control represents an easier way to purchase, install, and use the management capabilities you need to deliver stable infrastructure for IT service delivery and that give you the flexibility to respond efficiently to the demands of the business. By combining the HP’s industry-leading embedded management with HP Systems Insight Manager and ProLiant Essentials Software, Insight Control provided complete lifecycle management of your ProLiant and BladeSystem infrastructure. Capabilities range from… rapid and repeatable deployment of ProLiant and BladeSystem infrastructure; to monitoring and control that helps pinpoint and resolve problems whether they are occur onsite on in a remote office across the country. Insight Control also helps protect systems from security vulnerabilities by patching newly deployed systems with the latest set of updates from Microsoft and Red Hat and helps optimize resource utilization by through simply workload migration and facilitating unified management of physical and virtual infrastructure. Finally, Insight Control works with what you have providing hooks into leading enterprise management platforms such as HP Software products and Microsoft Operations Manager.
  • HP delivers unified server and storage management through HP Systems Insight Manager which provides core services such as discovery, identification, security, fault management and event management for HP servers and storage. ProLiant Essentials, Integrity Essentials and Storage Essentials software extend the value of the base platform with tools targeted at the domain expert to meet specific infrastructure needs, such as virtual sever management, system migration, performance management, vulnerability scanning, patch management, storage topology mapping, resource audition etc. Because these tools integrate into the base product they operate through a consistent user interface and leverage base HP SIM capabilities for discovery, identification, etc. This enables systems administrators to get up to speed quickly and enhances opportunities for successful cross-training between groups. Insight Control management introduces an additional group of Essentials software designed to meet the specific needs of HP BladeSystem infrastructures. BladeSystem Essentials are integrated suites of software that build upon intelligent hardware infrastructure technology and other Essentials products to deliver more effective deployment and lifecycle management for BladeSystem The first two offerings under the BladeSystem Essentials group ate Insight Control Data Center Edition and Insight Control Linux Edition Note: This slide is meant to speak to the strategy. Don’t talk about product details here. Wait until later in the deck to discuss product details. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{925908B8-BC3E-419C-B809-27B9C808E0F2}}
  • Virtual machines do nothing to alter the fact that physical servers must be purchased and installed, nor do they simplify the provisioning to other data center resources.
  • Virtual machines do nothing to alter the fact that physical servers must be purchased and installed, nor do they simplify the provisioning to other data center resources.
  • TRANSITION: The key point here is simplify through standardization. One pool of infrastructure that you can carve up to suit the needs of many workloads. We are now able to address upwards of 90% of all workloads now within ONE environment. The environment can scale very large – up to 1000 nodes in a domain. TRANSITION TO NEXT SLIDE: Let’s take a look at the old way versus the Matrix so I can point out how this drives out physical complexity and cost for the customer. DR-ready and HA for every workload/app in the environment A choice of all Integrity and ProLiant blades to tailor to the needs of different apps And a choice of OS and hypervisor – an agnostic view.
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect Ethernet and FC modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • (1) c7000 enclosure – provides the basic blade infrastructure (we are using a standard available c7000 enclosure, fully loaded with all power supplies, fans and a redundant Onboard Administrator) (2) Virtual Connect Ethernet and FC modules – a redundant pair of each of these are included in the solution; these are required to provide virtualized and manageable virtualized connectivity, for more rapid provisioning of servers including their connection to the data center fabrics. Also, these are required for us to move physical server blade identities around simply by moving their logical server/connection profiles – this provides flexibility for failover and recovery scenarios, test/dev to production, dynamic resources additions, reprovisioning, and more. (3) Insight Software management software licenses – this list of software consists of our entire ProLiant-based management software capabilities – (we are currently considering adding Insight Recovery as well although it’s not listed here yet). This includes: Insight Orchestration, Insight Dynamics – VSE (which in turn includes Insight Control and Server Migration Pack – Universal Edition), and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager. We would include 16-server licenses in this package, to ensure the ability to license an entire enclosure full of our half-height blades. The management software provides the central console for designing/architecting application infrastructures (via templates), provisioning or reprovisioning those infrastructure resources, monitoring/advising on resource utilization, and performing any number of basic and advanced operational use cases such as X2Y consolidation, automated node failover, site recovery, and much more, all from one powerful interface. (4) Implementation service – this is a mandatory “soup to nuts setup” service that comes with the Starter Kit to set up the entire environment at the customer’s site. This is a packaged service that is flexible to the customer’s needs and provides some knowledge transfer to the customer. It includes the setup of the key blade components, Virtual Connect, storage connectivity, and setup and configuration of the management server, as well as provisioning of up to 4 (2 physical and 2 virtual) logical servers. (5) Server blades, operating systems, hypervisors – customers are encouraged to purchase their blades, including with custom or standard OS/application images (with Factory Express capabilities). Our compatibility list for the Matrix solution includes almost all shipping ProLiant and Integrity blades. (6) Central management server – this is a server that a customer needs to have available or purchase with their order to serve as the server host for their management software. This can be any rackable server (blade or rackmount ProLiant) that meets the minimum system requirements for the central management server. (7) EVA 4400 – the Matrix product team has customized the configuration and setup of the EVA 4400 for customers wanting to purchase a turnkey SAN array, ready to go with their solution and ready for booting from SAN. We actually will support any BladeSystem-certified SAN array target in a customer’s environment that has been properly configured for booting from SAN and has properly presented and zoned LUNs (i.e. StorageWorks XP, EVA, MSA, or from any of the primary 3rd party SAN vendors such as EMC, Hitachi, and IBM).
  • Each Matrix Starter Kit includes Matrix Implementation Services. These Implementation Services begin with the racking, cabling, and configuration of the systems in the Factory. All of this information is then passed to the Technology Services team in the field, which completes the installation, startup, and orientation at the customer’s site. Once the Implementation Service is completed, the customer has a fully functional Matrix solution. Also included in the Matrix Starter Kit are hardware repair services, and software support services for all of the included hardware and software components. These services can be augmented by uplifts to a higher level-of-service such as Committed Call-to-Repair services or Mission Critical support services; also available are optional Care Packs of services to continue support beyond the warranty period. Of course, Matrix customers may choose from the entire portfolio of Bladesystem and Virtualization services available from Technology Services. This portfolio includes extensive ‘up front’ assessment and advisory services ranging from Data Center Design through Power and Cooling, through Data Center Operations assistance. Virtualization consulting and implementation services are available from our Solutions Implementation Practice. Support for products added to a Matrix solution is available as well – including installation and startup services, and support services. HP Education Services offers best-in-class training on each of the key HP technologies which encompass our Blade Matrix solution. This includes training on c-Class blades, Enterprise Virtual Array storage products, as well as our Insight Control, Virtual Connect, and Insight Dynamics-VSE software products. We also partner with VMware and Microsoft to offer training on their hypervisors and applications as well. HP education services leverages HP’s ownership of these proprietary technologies and our partnerships with VMware and Microsoft to offer instruction and course materials from the very experts that create, manage, and enhance these technologies. These training offerings are available worldwide in a variety of training formats, including traditional classroom, dedicated on-sites, and on-line."
  • KEY POINTS: HP invests significant resources to qualify a broad range of servers, storage and networking technology with VMware virtualization software. In addition to the basic certification, HP provides the tools to make it easy to create the optimal supported configuration. HP provides a reliable, robust platform for virtualization with VMware. HP is the world’s leading brand for x86 servers, storage, management software, services and support. Building on this core strength, HP ProLiant servers and HP BladeSystem provide an ideal platform for virtualization on industry-standard hardware. With HP, you have the added assurance that comes with hardware and software that have been certified for VMware. HP tests and qualifies many of its products with VMware. This includes drivers, management agents, installation software and more. Certification allows you to run your business-critical applications with confidence, knowing HP has tested key components within the virtualized stack. Today, HP has more certified platforms for VMware than any other vendor. More than 30 HP ProLiant server models have been certified for use with ESX Server.* … For details, see the VMware “System Compatibility Guide for ESX Server” at: www.vmware.com/pdf/esx_systems_guide.pdf By using HP BladeSystem, you can leverage the performance, density and low power consumption of server blades. A smaller solution footprint helps you make the most of the valuable space in your data center, and attachment to a storage area network (SAN) is economical. Avitage Item ID: {{193E03C2-3D5E-47FA-92D3-EAF41A691322}}
  • Web Server (licensed per Server) License allow 1 physical or virtual server New: allows any type of database software used to run Web Server for unlimited users (Win2003 version only allowed database not used for enterprise apps and allowed max 25 connections) Standard Edition (licensed per Server) now licensed as “1+1” = 1 physical + 1 virtual license (Win2003 versions = “1 or 1”) Hyper-V features not supported in Standard Edition include Quick Migration (requires Clustering) Enterprise Edition (licensed per Server) No changes from previous licensing model Datacenter Edition (licensed per physical Processor) No changes from previous licensing model Itanium Edition (licensed per physical Processor) Only single edition will have same licensing scheme as previous datacenter edition, but won’t use “Datacenter” in the name Client Access Licenses (CALs) Windows Server 2008 CALs Windows Server 2008 Rights Management Services (RMS) CALs Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services (TS) CALs Each CAL available either for machine or user (same price) Machine CAL useful for multiple users per client (Callcenter) User CAL useful for multiple clients per user (Worker user with desktop + laptop + phone etc.) External Connector License For use with external users, such as non-employees such as business partners Allows access to server by unlimited number of external users Separate External Connector licenses available for RMS and TS All WS2008 license options include downgrade license for use with WS2003R2 / WS2003 / WS2000 of same type SMB market editions: Cougar - Small Business Server (includes Exchange 2007) => only x64 Centro - Medium Business Server (includes Exchange 2007) => only x64
  • All the ProLiant Essentials courses have been rewritten to reflect the new Insight Control Environment software. Two introductory web-based courses, signified by the AAE post-script are available via the ITRC ( www.itrc.hp.com ). Attendance on the ICE Foundation is highly recommended as an introduction to the ICE suite of software and understanding the features, before taking further training on specific product lines. As a global VATC, HP Education use VMware authorised courseware and instructors leading to VMware Certified Professional. HE616 Optional Labs workshop is not included in the curriculum track because it’s UK specific. HB515sR indicates a RAIL delivery and is currently delivered by WW.
  • Factory Express is our portfolio of factory-based services that provide configured solutions from the factory along with the deployment services that a customer may need…..all within a single service portfolio. This portfolio complements the field delivered services and provides another deployment option for Customers. We’ve enhanced the Factory Express offering for blades to make better use of HP’s factory capabilities and to be able to offer the customers the services that they require to help them be successful with their blade implementation This means that we can offer a first-time blade user the comprehensive services they need, while also being able to offer an experienced blade user the opportunity to leverage HP’s factory capabilities but have the flexibility to purchase only the services they need. For a 1st time deployment of blades to a customer, we want to provide them an end-to-end services solution that covers all of the key areas required to implement a blade solution This means reviewing their datacenter to ensure the site can accommodate the blade solution Pre-delivery Site Environmental Review Perform the hardware and software configuration in the factory so that the customer’s solution can be up and running much quicker with minimal disruption to their datacenter environment Provide them with the onsite installation and turn-on of the solution to ensure a successful deployment And the key to the new strategy is to provide them with an onsite familiarization session where we will provide them with knowledge of the blade solution and how to use the RDP and SIM tools to help them manage their blade environment on an ongoing basis Expanding Existing Blade Infrastructure Now for customer’s who are already successfully using HP BladeSystems, they can still utilize Factory Express Experienced customers don’t always need full offering Instead of purchasing the full end-to-end service solution they can just utilize HP’s rack and stack capabilities with an option for onsite installation if they desire This allows them to leverage HP’s factory infrastructure instead of having to perform the integration activities themselves [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{AFF926FB-4F6B-4510-959D-963F9EEF7D45}}
  • Software update, support services for Open Source and Linux environments provides high quality support with a wide range of purchase options giving flexible response times and coverage windows ranging form standard office day, and 7 day 24 hours with a maximum response time of 2 hours. For customers with mission critical contract cover, response time is immediate for major system outages. These software support service provides customers with fast reliable access via one of HP’s 16 customer support centres to an HP engineer who works with the customer to provide advice on software features and use, problem diagnosis and resolution, software defect identification. Help with problems encountered with installation and installation methodologies. A virtual network has been developed between support centre enables calls to be routed to specialist with the right skills to address customer problems wherever the specialist is based in world. These service options also provides electronic access via the web to comprehensive support information, allowing any member of a customer IT staff to locate essential product and support data. HP has established formal escalation processes to solve complex software problems. Customers local HP service management team co-ordinate problem escalation, rapidly enlisting skills of 2nd and 3rd level experts through out HP and where appropriate selected third parties. Combined hardware and software support service offers such as Support Plus, Proactive 24 and Critical Services further extend the value an HP engineer can bring working with our customers to identify failing areas and help resolve complex interoperability issues enabling increased availability of their IT infrastructure though improve integrated approach to problem resolution. HP Mission Critical Services are comprehensive support solutions designed for businesses that cannot tolerate downtime without significant business impact. It provides a combination of proactive and reactive services designed to enhance availability, performance, and security. With integrated support delivery across your entire IT infrastructure, helping customers to understand and eliminate the causes of downtime, meet service-level commitments, and increase the productivity of IT staff. For customer opting for our mission critical offers of P24 and Critical service they get assigned technical account manager or full nominated support team of HP-certified experts who first conducts an assessment of customers current IT infrastructure. This is used to design a strategy to bring their IT investments in line with your business goals and up time requirements. HP Services support specialists meet with customers regularly to discuss progress and ensure continual improvement. The team also provides custom change management guidance and advice. Working closely with customers IT staff, to identify and manage the delivery of Technical Services for improvements in areas such as availability, capacity management, change planning, and security. Leading-edge remote technologies and tools such as ISEE monitor the customers IT environment to prevent critical problems and enable HP to proactively work out solutions to potential problems before they cause downtime. For those who attended the lab tour for management software yesterday will have seen how these tools are now integrated with HP SIM. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{35D39425-35C9-49C9-B3E3-9D02BB25EF8D}}
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    • 1. HP BladeSystem Overview
    • 2. Building on HP BladeSystem innovations Built on integrated, modular technologies proven at thousands of customer sites worldwide. Leverage ProLiant technologies & images Optimize fabric connectivity Enable shared services through automation Converge Virtualize Automate HP Blade System Delivers modular infrastructure: over 1.6 million servers shipped to date HP BladeSystem Matrix Enabled with orchestration: integrated by design Virtual Connect To wire once and change on the fly: more than 1 million ports shipped to date Insight Software Extended to analyze and optimize: more than 1 million licenses delivered 2006 2007 2008 2009 Manage faults, power and migrations
    • 3. The HP BladeSystem approach to simplify infrastructure Consolidate
      • Modularize and integrate components
      • Surround with intelligence
      • Manage as one
      Reduce time and cost to buy, build and maintain Server Storage Power & Cooling Connectivity Policy and Task
      • Simplify routine tasks and processes to save time
      • Keep control
      Automate Free IT resources for revenue bearing projects
      • Create logical, abstracted connection to LAN/SAN
      • Pool and share server, storage, network, and power
      Greater resource efficiency and flexibility Virtualize Facilities LAN SAN
    • 4. BladeSystem is a Portfolio
    • 5. Delivering tangible savings for business HP Servers & Storage People Capital Expenses Operational Costs Conventional IT Third Party Data Center
      • Integration of components
      • Sharing of resources
      • Infrastructure control software
      • Lower power, fewer cables
      • Less space
      • Reduce or eliminate lengthy processes
      • Simplify procedures
      • Reduce complexity
      • Reduced Ethernet/FC costs
      • Lower cost HP management tools
      HP Servers & Storage People Third Party Data Center Bladed Lower costs, greater agility
    • 6. HP BladeSystem c-Class HP innovations that solve the biggest cost drivers and change barriers of today’s datacenters. Build IT Energy-Thrifty New! HP Thermal Logic technology Most energy efficiency at a rack, row and datacenter level. Build IT Time-Smart New! HP Insight Control management Best savings, greatest control and most flexibility across your infrastructure. The best-run IT infrastructure out of the box Accurately Measure Power Consumption and Thermal Output Build IT Change-Ready New! HP Virtual Connect architecture Eliminating manual coordination across domains.
    • 7. HP ProLiant server family Improve data center efficiency while managing complexity and risk HP Insight Control Management Universal Smart Array storage, rack and power HP ProLiant BL Maximum flexibility and control in blade server infrastructures HP ProLiant DL Density-optimized for rack mount environments HP ProLiant ML Maximum expansion for rack and tower environments 300 series 500 series ML 100 series 300 series 500 series DL 100 series Linux BL c-Class c3000 Enclosure c7000 Enclosure 700 series
    • 8. HP BladeSystem portfolio A full range of 2P and 4P Blades Interconnect choices for LAN, SAN, and Scale-Out Clusters Fibre Channel InfiniBand 4X DDR Workstation Blades Storage Blades Enclosures LAN Server Blades ProCurve 6120 Series Blade Switch h Unified Management Services Assessment Implementation Support SAN h h Ethernet NICs Virtual Connect h Choice of power
    • 9. Cost-savvy Time-smart Energy-thrifty Change-ready
    • 10. BladeSystem series numbers
      • 200 series (ProLiant)
        • Dual-core or quad-core Intel Xeon processors
        • Lower cost
        • Alternative to DL100 series HP ProLiant servers
      • 400 series (ProLiant)
        • Dual-core or quad-core Intel Xeon or AMD Opteron processors
        • More memory
        • Alternative to DL300 series HP ProLiant servers
      • 600 series (ProLiant)
        • Quad-core Intel Xeon or AMD Opteron processors
        • Enterprise-level performance
        • Alternative to DL500 or DL700 series HP ProLiant servers
      • 800 series (Integrity)
        • Single-core or dual-core Intel Itanium processors
        • Four socket systems provide mission critical performance
        • Alternative to HP Integrity rx3600 or rx6600 servers
    • 11. Solid State Drive (SSD)
      • Extreme Ruggedness
        • Extended Operating Temperature (0º up to 70ºC)
        • Shock and Vibration almost a non-issue
      • High Read Performance
        • > 50x SATA random read performance
        • > 15x SAS random read performance
        • No seek time means high IOPS
        • Limited write performance (relative to 15k SAS)
      • Increased Reliability
        • No moving parts
      • Up to 10x Reduced Power
        • 1 Watt, versus 9 Watt for 15k 2.5” SAS
      • Thermal, Size and Acoustic Advantages
        • No Noise, Low Heat
        • Small and light weight
      A new storage technology using solid state memory (NAND) which provides durability and power efficiency improvements over traditional hard disk drive technology.
    • 12. The HP Blade Everything strategy offers choices for customers Segmentation Heterogeneous Data Center HP BladeSystem c7000 & c3000 Features/Performance Positioning HP BladeSystem
    • 13. HP BladeSystem c-Class Server Blade Enclosures
    • 14. This is what a BladeSystem is: The new system(block) We fill it with whatever the customer solution requires Server Blade (Intel/AMD/Itanium) PC Blade Workstation Blade Storage Blade Tapedrive Blade Switch Blade Virtual Connect Blade PCI-E/X bus Blade PS / FAN Blade Lifecycle 2013 !!!
    • 15. HP c-Class
      • HP c-Class
      • Separate signal and power midplanes
      • Passive signal midplane with 1 active component that is not in the signal path
      • Solid copper plates make up power backplane
      • 24-layer PCB which provides over 1600 high quality copper traces
      C-Class Signal midplane C-Class Power backplane
    • 16. HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosure Family An adaptive infrastructure in a box optimized for large data centers.
      • 16 server and storage bays
      • 8 high-speed networking bays
      c7000 Versatile, hassle-free BladeSystem enclosure ideal for small spaces with big computing needs.
      • 8 server and storage bays
      • 4 high-speed networking bays
      c3000
    • 17. c7000 Enclosure Front View
      • Server blades
        • 2x features, 2x the density
      • Storage blades
        • A new paradigm for “bladed” storage solutions
      • Integrated power
        • Simplified configuration and greater efficiency
        • Same flexibility, capacity and redundancy
      • Onboard Administrator
        • HP Insight Display
        • Simple set-up delivered out of the box
      10U 8-16 blades
    • 18. c7000 Enclosure
      • Interconnect bays
        • 8 bays; up to 4 redundant I/O fabrics
        • Up to 94% reduction in cables
        • Ethernet, Fibre Channel, iSCSI, SAS, IB
        • Enclosure Mid-plane aggregate bandwidth capacity of 5Tbs
      • Active Cool fans
        • Adaptive flow for maximum power efficiency, air movement & acoustics
      • Onboard Administrator
        • Remote administration view
        • Robust, multi-enclosure control
      • Power management
        • Choice of single-phase or three-phase enclosures
        • AC redundant mode or power supply redundant mode
        • Best performance per watt
      Rear View
    • 19. c7000 Enclosure Power Intl IEC 309 5-Pin, 6h, 16A C-19 16A Single-phase enclosure available worldwide for use with in-rack power distribution units (PDUs) which accept C19 – C20 power cords; (3) Three-phase enclosure with a pair of International power cords with IEC 309 16A power connectors.
      • DC Power Supply
        • High-efficiency, -48V input, 12V/2400W output power supply. Input range is -36 to -72V DC. Replaces AC-input power supply and has same rated output voltage and power.
    • 20. 2400W High Efficiency Hot-Plug Power Supply
      • Higher efficiency c7000 power supply to save energy
      • Increased power output, allowing more blades to run with fewer supplies
      • Lower standby power for reduced power consumption when servers are idle
      • 92% Peak Efficiency
        • 91.5% Efficient at 20% load
        • 92% Efficient at 50% load
      • 2400W Output
      • 200 – 240V High Line Operation Only
      • Requires OA firmware version 2.30
      • Does not interoperate with existing 2250W supplies
      Higher efficiency c7000 power supply to save on datacenter power consumption
    • 21. c3000 Enclosure Front View
      • Device Bays
        • 8 bays accept full- and half-height c-Class blades
        • Server and storage blades
      DVD Drive
      • Onboard Administrator
        • HP Insight Display
        • Simple set-up delivered out of the box
        • Local and remote management
      6U 4-8 blades
    • 22. c3000 Enclosure Rear View
      • Active Cool Fans
        • 4 to 6 c-Class fans
      • c3000 Power Supplies
        • 2 to 6 power supplies
        • Single-phase AC or DC power supply
      Optional Ports for Local KVM
      • Interconnect Bays
        • Up to 4 c-Class interconnect modules
    • 23. Similarities and differences
        • Same blades and network options
        • Run same OS and applications
        • Supports Virtual Connect, Thermal Logic, Insight Control
        • Both become killer platforms when combined with virtualization
      • Lowest cost per blade
      • 48V DC or 220V power—single and three phase power
      • 16 blade bays; 8 high-speed network bays
      • Lowest total cost
      • 48V DC or 220V single phase power
      • 8 blade bays; 4 high-speed network bays
    • 24. C7000/3000 Enclosure Software
      • Software bundle
      • Insight Control
        • HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM)
        • HP Insight Rapid Deployment (RDP)
        • HP Performance Management Pack (PMP)
        • HP Vulnerability and Patch Management Pack (VPM)
        • HP Virtual Machine Management Pack (VMM)
        • HP Integrated Lights-Out 2 Advanced
        • HP Insight Power Manager
    • 25. HP BladeSystem c-Class Server Blades
    • 26. HP BladeSystem c-Class server positioning Traditional Rack-Mount Server Blade DL160 DL36X DL38X DL58X rx2660 rx6600 BL2x220c BL280c BL46Xc BL480c BL49xc BL68Xc BL860c BL870c
    • 27. HP ProLiant BL2x220c G5 BL2x220c G5 Features per node - 2 nodes per blade Processor Up to two Dual or Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors Memory
      • Registered DDR2 (533/667 MHz)
      • 4 DIMM sockets
      • 32GB max memory with 8GB DIMMs
      Internal Storage 1 Non Hot-Plug SFF SATA HDD Networking 2 integrated Gigabit NICs Mezzanine Slots 1 PCIe mezzanine expansion slot (x8, Type I) Management Integrated Lights Out 2 Standard Blade Edition Density 16 server blades in c7000 (10U enclosure) 8 server blades in c3000 (6U enclosure)
    • 28. HP ProLiant BL2x220c G5 Type I Mezzanine Slots One x8 per server (both reside on bottom board) Server interconnect iLO One per server 2 x Embedded 1Gb Ethernet Per server 4 DIMM Slots DDR2 533/667MHz 2 CPUs per server Internal USB Optional SATA HDDs Battery resides here when configured for external storage controller Server B Server A
    • 29. HP ProLiant BL280c G6 HP ProLiant BL280c G6 Processor Intel Nehalem-EP Series (dual and quad-core) Memory
      • 12 Sockets
      • DDR3 Registered or Unbuffered / 96GB max.
      Storage
      • HP Embedded SATA RAID controller*
      • 2 SFF non hot-plug SATA, SSD, or SAS drives
      • Shared Storage connect option
        • * Software/chipset SATA RAID
      Networking
      • 2 embedded Gigabit Ethernet adaptors
      Mezzanine Slots
      • 2 mezzanine slots
        • x8 PCIe Type-1 Mezzanine expansion slot  
        • x8 PCIe Type-2 Mezzanine expansion slot  
      Management
      • ProLiant Onboard Administrator Powered by iLO 2
      Density
      • 16 server blades in 10U enclosure
      • 8 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 30. HP Smart Array P712M Controller P712M Controller Key new features or capabilities
      • Supports SAS 3.0/6.0Gb and SATA 3.0, RAID 0 and RAID 1
      • Leverages 3.0/6.0Gb SAS technology to deliver high performance and data bandwidth up to 600 MB/s per physical link
      • Provides full compatibility with 1.5Gb SATA technology
      • Provides the benefits of Zero Memory Raid and 256 MB and 512 MB cache
    • 31. HP ProLiant BL460c G6 BL460c G6 Processor Up to two dual- or quad-core Intel Nehalem-EP Series processors Memory
      • Registered or Unbuffered DDR3
      • 12 DIMM Sockets
      • 196 GB max
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Hot Plug SFF SAS or SATA HDDs
      • Smart Array P410i RAID controller with optional cache & BBWC; RAID 0/1 support
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction 10Gb ports with Flex-10 support
      Mezzanine Slots
      • 2 PCIe x8 mezzanine expansion slots
      Additional Features
      • Internal USB 2.0 connector
      • Internal SD Card slot
      • TPM support
      Management
      • ProLiant Onboard Administrator Powered by iLO 2
      Density
      • 16 server blades in 10U enclosure
      • 8 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 32. HP ProLiant BL465c G6 BL465c G6 Processor Up to two AMD Opteron™ 2400 Series processors Memory
      • PC2-5300 Registered DDR2 (667 MHz)
      • PC2-6400 Registered DDR2 (800 MHz)
      • 8 DIMM Sockets
      • 64GB max (with 8GB DIMMs)
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Hot-Plug SFF SAS or SATA HDDs
      • Smart Array E200i controller (64MB cache) with optional BBWC
      • RAID 0/1 support
      Networking 2 integrated Multifunction Gigabit NICs Additional NICs via mezzanine card Mezzanine Slots 2 PCIe mezzanine expansion slots Management ProLiant Onboard Administrator Powered by iLO 2 Density 16 server blades in 10U enclosure 8 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 33. HP ProLiant BL490c G6 BL490c G6 Processor Up to two quad-core Intel Nehalem-EP Series processors Memory
      • Registered or Unbuffered DDR3
      • 18 DIMM Sockets
      • 192 GB max
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Non-Hot Plug SSDs
      • HP Embedded SATA Controller
      Networking 2 integrated Multifunction 10Gb ports with Flex-10 support Mezzanine Slots 2 PCIe x8 mezzanine expansion slots Additional Features
      • Internal USB 2.0 connector
      • Internal SD Card slot
      • TPM support
      Management
      • ProLiant Onboard Administrator Powered by iLO 2
      Density
      • 16 server blades in 10U enclosure
      • 8 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 34. HP ProLiant BL495c G6 * Memory runs at 533 MHz when all 8 DIMM sockets on a processor are populated. BL495c G6 Processor
      • Up to two Six-Core AMD Opteron™ 2400 Series processors
      • Dual HyperTransport™ links between processors
      Memory
      • PC2-6400 (800 MHz) or PC2-5300 (667 MHz)* Registered DDR2
      • 16 DIMM Sockets
      • 128GB max (with 667 MHz 8GB DIMMs)
      • Low power memory options
      Internal Storage
      • Up to two Non-Hot Plug SATA SSDs
      • 32GB and 64GB capacities
      • HP Embedded SATA Controller
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction 10Gb ports with Flex-10 support
      Mezzanine Slots
      • 2 PCIe mezzanine expansion slots
      Management
      • ProLiant Onboard Administrator Powered by iLO 2
      Density
      • 16 server blades in 10U enclosure
      • 8 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 35. HP ProLiant BL680c G5 Combines 2P server leading performance with maximum density BL680c G5 Processor
      • Up to four Dual, Quad or Six-Core Intel 7200/7300/7400 Series.
      Memory
      • PC2-5300 Fully-Buffered DDR2 (667 MHz)
      • 128 GB maximum, 16 DIMM Sockets
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Hot-plug SFF SAS or SATA HDDs
      • Integrated Smart Array P400i controller
        • 256MB cache and RAID 0/1
        • Optional BBWC options
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction Gb Ethernet NICs
      • 2 integrated standard Gb Ethernet NICs
      Mezzanine Slots
      • 3 PCIe mezzanine I/O expansion slots for:
        • Multifunction 10 Gb and Gb Ethernet, standard Gb Ethernet
        • 4 Gb Fibre Channel
        • 4XDDR (20 Gb) InfiniBand
      Management
      • Integrated Lights Out 2 Standard Blade Edition
      Density
      • 8 server blades in 10U c7000 enclosure
      • 4 server blades in 6U c3000 enclosure
    • 36. HP ProLiant BL685c G6 June 2, 2009 HP Restricted BL685c G6 Processor Up to four Six- or Four-Core AMD Opteron™ processors (8300/8400 series) Memory
      • PC2-6400 Registered DDR2 (800 MHz)
      • 32 DIMM Sockets
      • 256GB max (with 667 MHz 8GB DIMMs)
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Hot Plug SFF SAS or SATA HDDs, or
      • 2 Non-Hot Plug SSDs
      • Smart Array P400i controller (512MB cache) with optional BBWC
      • RAID 0/1 support
      Networking 4 integrated Multifunction 10Gb ports with Flex-10 support Mezzanine Slots 3 PCIe x8 mezzanine expansion slots Additional Features
      • Internal USB 2.0 connector
      • Internal SD Card slot
      • TPM 1.2 module support
      Management
      • ProLiant Onboard Administrator
      Density
      • 8 server blades in 10U enclosure
      • 4 server blades in 6U enclosure
    • 37. HP Integrity BL860c BL860c Processor Up to two Single-Core or Dual-Core Intel ® Itanium ® 2 processors Memory
      • PC2-4200 DDR-SDRAM (533 MHz)
      • 12 DIMM Sockets
      • 48GB max (with 4GB DIMMs)
      Internal Storage
      • 2 Hot-Plug SFF SAS HDDs
      • Standard RAID 0/1 controller
      Networking
      • 4 integrated Gigabit NICs
      Mezzanine Slots 3 PCIe mezzanine expansion slots Management Integrity Integrated Lights Out 2 with Advanced Pack (standard) Density 8 server blades in 10U enclosure
    • 38. HP Integrity BL870c BL870c Processor Up to four Dual-Core Intel® Itanium® processors (Montvale) Memory
      • DDR2 PC4200 (533 MHz)
      • 24 DIMM Sockets
      • 192GB max (with 8GB DIMMs)
      Internal Storage 4 Hot-Plug SFF SAS HDD Networking 4 integrated Gigabit NICs Mezzanine Slots 3 PCIe mezzanine expansion slot (x8, Type I) Management Integrated Lights Out 2 Advanced Pack (Standard) Density 4 server blades in 10U enclosure 2 server blades in 6U enclosure *1 blade consumes two FH enclosure bays, must be in a quad slot
    • 39. BL860c – BL870c Comparison BL860c BL870c BL860c BL870c Processor Intel® Itanium® 9000 and 9100 Processors 1.6 GHz/18MB FSB533/667, 1.4GHz/12MB cache FSB400 1.6GHz/6MB/12MB FSB533 (single-core) Intel® Itanium® 9100 Processors 1.6 GHz/24MB FSB533 1.6 GHz/18MB FSB533 1.6GHz/12MB FSB533 Chipset hp zx2 Memory PC2-4200 DDR-SDRAM (533 MHz) 12 Sockets 48GB max (using 4GB DIMMs) PC2-4200 DDR-SDRAM (533 MHz) 24 Sockets 192GB max (using 8GB DIMMs) HDD and Controller 2 SFF Hot-Plug SAS HDDs HW RAID 1 support 4 SFF Hot-Plug SAS HDDs HW RAID 1 support Networking 4 Integrated Gigabit NICs Management Integrity iLO2 Advanced Pack OS Support HP-UX 11i v3 and v2; OpenVMS; Linux (Red Hat and SUSE); and Windows Enclosure 8 Server Blades in c7000 4 Server Blades in c7000 Mezzanine Support 3 mezzanine cards Choices: 4Gb FC; IB; PCI-e pass-thru; 4-port NIC expansion 3 mezzanine cards Choices: 4Gb FC, IB, 4-port NIC expansion
    • 40. HP ProLiant 200 series server blades Affordable and scale-out computing Model BL2x220c G5 BL280c G6 Processors Dual- or Quad-Core Intel Xeon Dual- or Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5500 Memory 32GB / 4 DIMMs Reg DDR2 667MHz per server 96GB / 12 DIMMs Registered or Unbuffered DDR3 Management ProLiant Onboard Administrator ProLiant Onboard Administrator Internal HP Storage (1) SFF NHP SATA per server (2) SFF NHP SAS/SATA/SSD bays RAID None HP Embedded SATA RAID Controller Network Adapters (2) Standard 1GbE per server (2) Standard 1GbE Mezzanine slots 1 per server 2
    • 41. HP ProLiant 400 series server blades Model BL460c G6 BL465c G6 BL490c G6 BL495c G6 Processors Dual- or Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5500 Quad-Core AMD Opteron 2400 Dual- or Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5500 Quad-Core AMD Opteron 2400 Memory 192GB / 12 DIMMs Registered or Unbuffered DDR3 64GB / 8 DIMMs Reg DDR2 667MHz and 800MHz 192GB / 18 DIMMs Registered or Unbuffered DDR3 128GB / 16 DIMMs Reg DDR2 667MHz and 800MHz Management ProLiant Onboard Administrator ProLiant Onboard Administrator ProLiant Onboard Administrator ProLiant Onboard Administrator Internal HP Storage (2) SFF SAS/SATA bays (2) SFF SAS/SATA bays (2) SSD bays (2) SSD bays RAID RAID 0/1 controller w/ BBWC option RAID 0/1 controller w/ BBWC option Software RAID Software RAID Network Adapters (2) MFN Flex-10 10GbE (2) MFN 1GbE (2) MFN Flex-10 10GbE (2) MFN Flex-10 10GbE Mezzanine slots 2 2 2 2
    • 42. HP ProLiant 600 series server blades Enterprise performance Model BL680c G5 BL685c G6 Processors Quad-Core Intel Xeon 7000 Quad-Core AMD Opteron 8300/8400 Memory 128GB / 16 DIMMs FB DDR2 667MHz 256GB / 32 DIMMs Reg DDR2 667MHz and 800MHz Management ProLiant Onboard Administrator ProLiant Onboard Administrator Internal HP Storage (2) SFF SAS/SATA bays (2) SFF SAS/SATA bays RAID RAID 0/1 controller w/ BBWC option RAID 0/1 controller w/ BBWC option Network Adapters (2) MFN 1GbE (2) Standard 1GbE (4) MFN Flex-10 10GbE Mezzanine slots 3 3
    • 43. HP Integrity 800 series server blades Mission critical enterprise performance Model BL860c BL870c Processors Single- or Dual-Core Intel Itanium 4-socket dual-core Intel Itanium Memory 48GB 12 DIMMs PC2-4200 DDR 192GB 24 DIMMs PC2-4200 DDR Management Integrity iLO 2 with Advanced Pack Integrity iLO 2 with Advanced Pack Internal HP Storage (2) SFF SAS bays (4) SFF SAS bays RAID RAID 1 controller RAID 1 controller Network Adapters (4) Standard 1GbE (4) Standard 1GbE Mezzanine slots 3 3
    • 44. HP Blade Workstation Solution
    • 45. HP Blade Workstation Benefits
      • Increases data security by assuring it never leaves the data center.
      • Provides users with a flexible working environment by not being tied to one physical location while retaining workstation-class graphics and performance.
      • Ensures productivity and agility – even in the face of disasters – with network-optimized access to multiple data centers.
      Data center workstation computing without boundaries
    • 46. HP Blade Workstation Solution HP gt7720 / gt7725 Thin Clients WS460c G6 Workstation Blade
      • HP ProLiant BL c-class infrastructure
      • Datacenter infrastructure
      • Management software
      • #1 Blades market share
      • Single device
      • Up to 4 monitors
      • Access appliance
      • 2D/3D Graphics acceleration
      • Centralized management
      • Client OS Support
      • Application run unchanged
      Any Windows XP system
      • High performance access
      • Highly secure
      • Existing LAN/WAN
      HP Remote Graphics Software
      • Connection broker, static & dynamic
      • Easy administration, detailed logging
      • Follow-me roaming, automatic failover
      • Multi-session client aggregation
      HP Session Allocation Manager (SAM)
    • 47. HP Blade Workstation Solution value proposition Data center workstation computing without boundaries Multi-location flexibility
      • Reliably work locally or remotely over standard network connections
      • Real-time collaboration enables teams to see and share information
      • Multi-site connectivity enables a highly responsive, virtual workforce
      Business possibilities Enable new work models by eliminating distance barriers Data center security and control
      • Blade-driven computing keeps data in the data center, securely
      • Multi-blade, multi-site capabilities improve business continuity
      • Management toolset gives IT staff efficient, expert control , anywhere
      Risk protection Manage technology exposures to your business operations Workstation-class experience
      • HP RGS delivers interactive performance for multi-display 2D/3D graphics and video
      • Delivers workstation power to the client on-demand
      • Greatly enhanced desk ergonomics (lowers power use, heat & noise)
      Work efficiency Create an environment that empowers your professionals
    • 48. HP Blade Workstation Solution Datacenter Workstation Computing Without Boundaries Capture, Compress & Encrypt Video Capture Keyboard & Mouse events Client Apply Keyboard & Mouse Events HP RGS remotes desktop, keyboard, mouse, USB Single keyboard and mouse RGS Sender on Blades RGS Receiver on Clients LAN or WAN network Decompress & Display HP Remote Graphics Software
    • 49. HP Remote Graphics Software Receiver Sender Applications run on native graphics HW network Capture Keyboard & Mouse events Apply Keyboard & Mouse events Capture Image Compress Decompress Display Image
    • 50. HP ProLiant WS460c G6 Workstation Blade * Hardware capable of 10Gbps. Driver initially supports only1Gbps at time of product release. WS460c G6 Processor
      • Intel Xeon 5500 Series Quad-Core processors
      • Single or Dual processors
      • Shared 8MB L2 cache
      Memory
      • Registered or Unbuffered DDR3
      • 12 DIMM Sockets
      • 96GB max
      HDD and controller
      • SFF SAS HDDs (10K and 15K)
      • SmartArray P410i controller with RAID 0/1; optional cache and BBWC upgrades
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction 10Gbe ports* (NC532i Dual Port 10GbE Multifunction, Broadcom 57711)
      • 10/100 dedicated to iLO
      Graphics
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 3600M 512MB
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 770M 512MB
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 770M 256MB (Single or Dual cards)
      Management Intelligent Administrator / iLO2 Advanced Chipset Intel 5500 OS
      • Support for:
      • Microsoft Windows XP, x64, Vista Business Blade edition
      • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (v.4.8 and v.5.3)
    • 51. Graphics mezzanine portfolio HP ProLiant Blade Workstation – Datacenter workstations Increasing levels of performance, features and visual fidelity Price Dual Graphics Mid-range 3D High Performance 3D FX 3600M Dual graphics FX 770M-256MB FX 770M-512MB Scientific Research Manufacturing CAD Financial (Securities Trading) Oil & Gas High-end CAD
    • 52. HP ProLiant xw460c Blade Workstation with Expansion shown with NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 installed xw460c with Expansion Processor
      • Intel Xeon 5400 Quad-Core and 5200 Dual-Core series
      • Quad-Core 3.16/3.00/2.83/2.66/2.50/2.00GHz, LV2.50GHz
      • Dual-Core 3.33GHz, Low-Voltage 3.00GHz
      • Single or Dual processors
      • Shared 6MB L2 cache per core pair (5400,5200 series)
      Memory
      • ECC FB-DIMM DDR2 667Mhz
      • 8 Sockets
      • Up to 64GB total (with 8GB DIMMs)
      HDD & Controller
      • SFF SAS HDDs (10K & 15K)
      • SmartArray E200i controller (128MB battery-backed)
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction Gbe NICs (dual port NC373i: Broadcom 5708 on system board)
      • 10/100 dedicated to iLO
      Graphics (PCIe)
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 1.5GB graphics
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 3700 512MB (no factory integration)
      • (Base blade mezzanine slot 1 & 2 occupied and unavailable)
      Management iLO2 standard blade edition Chipset Intel 5000P (1333MHz FSB) OS
      • Windows Vista Business SP1 with downgrade (preload is Windows XP Pro SP2 Blade edition) (Japanese localization also available)
      • HP Linux Installer Kit (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux)
    • 53. HP Graphics Expansion Blade shown with NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 installed FX 3700 FX 5600 HP Graphics Expansion Blade Chasis
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class, half-height blade module
      • Powered independently from backplane
      • Physically attaches to host xw460c blade workstation
      • Connects via mezzanine slot 1 & 2 on xw460c
      Slot 1 & 2
      • Two, standard full-length, PCI Express slots
      • PCIe x8 (v1.1)
      • Up to 175W (per slot)
      Graphics support
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 (1.5GB) PCIe
      • NVIDIA Quadro FX 3700 (512MB) PCIe
    • 54. HP ProLiant xw2x220c Blade Workstation xw2x220c Features per node - 2 nodes per blade Processor Up to two Dual or Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors Memory
      • Registered DDR2 (533/667 MHz)
      • 4 DIMM sockets
      • 32GB max memory with 8GB DIMMs
      Internal Storage 1 Non Hot-Plug SFF SATA HDD Graphics NVIDIA Quadro FX 770M 256MB (single card) Networking 2 integrated Gigabit NICs Mezzanine Slots 1 PCIe mezzanine expansion slot (x8, Type I) (Occupied by graphics mezzanine card) Management Integrated Lights Out 2 Standard Blade Edition OS Microsoft Windows Vista Business with downgrade, Blade PC edition with 1 RDL HP Installer Kit for Red Hat Enterprise v4.5 or v5.2 Density 32 workstation nodes in c7000 (10U enclosure) 16 workstation nodes in c3000 (6U enclosure)
    • 55. HP Remote Client Solution Portfolio SBC HP VDI HP Blade PC & CCI HP Blade Wkst Task Oriented Basic Productivity Knowledge Worker Workstation Class Desk-based end user segments Terminal Server
      • Business Office
        • Full-desktop experience
        • Some multimedia apps
      • Back Office
      • Basic desktop applications
      • Lowest cost is primary driver
      • Limited user experience is acceptable
      • Kiosk
      • Specialty & web apps
      • Low utilization
      • Home Based/Remote Users
        • Full-desktop experience
        • Some multimedia apps
      • Specialty
      • Finance & engineering
      • 3D Graphics
      • Multi-monitors
      • Guaranteed high performance
    • 56. HP BladeSystem c-Class storage blades
    • 57. HP StorageWorks array portfolio MSA2000
      • Always-on availability
      • Data center consolidation + disaster recovery
      • Large-scale Oracle/SAP applications
      • HP-UX, Windows, + 20 more, including NonStop & mainframe
      • Low cost consolidation
      • 4GB FC, 1GbE iSCSI, and 3Gb SAS
      • SAS & SATA together
      • Controller-based snapshot/clone
      • Windows, Linux, HP-UX, VMware + more
      • WEB, Exchange, SQL
      Business Continuity and Availability Consolidation and Performance XP EVA XP24000 XP20000 All-in-One
      • Simple Unified Storage
      • iSCSI SAN and Optimized NAS with integrated snapshots, backup, replication, and simple management.
      • Windows, Linux, VMware, more.
      LeftHand SAN
      • Outstanding TCO
      • FC & iSCSI host ports
      • FC & FATA HDD
      • Storage consolidation + disaster recovery
      • Simplification through virtualization
      • HP-UX, Windows, Linux, VMware + more
      • Mid Market MS, Oracle & SAP applications
      • Scalable, Clustered IP SAN
      • iSCSI, 10GbE optional
      • Scalable Performance
      • SATA & SAS HDD
      • Cost effective high availability
      • VMware, Citrix, Hyper-V, Windows, Linux
    • 58. HP StorageWorks SB40c storage blade
      • Dedicated storage for adjacent server blade
      • Support for up to six hot-pluggable SFF SAS or SATA HDDs
      • The SB40c storage blade allows for the mix of SAS and SATA drives in the same enclosure at the same time and is tailored to the needs of HP server blade customers who require optimized direct attach storage
      • Onboard Smart Array P400 RAID controller with 256MB cache, supports RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 5, and 6 (ADG)
    • 59. Solid state drives
    • 60. Solid State Drive (SSD)
      • Extreme Ruggedness
        • Extended Operating Temperature (0º up to 70ºC)
        • Shock and Vibration almost a non-issue
      • High Read Performance
        • > 50x SATA random read performance
        • > 15x SAS random read performance
        • No seek time means high IOPS
        • Limited write performance (relative to 15k SAS)
      • Increased Reliability
        • No moving parts
      • Up to 10x Reduced Power
        • 1 Watt, versus 9 Watt for 15k 2.5” SAS
      • Thermal, Size and Acoustic Advantages
        • No Noise, Low Heat
        • Small and light weight
      A new storage technology using solid state memory (NAND) which provides durability and power efficiency improvements over traditional hard disk drive technology.
    • 61. Specifications August 2009 – HP Restricted. For HP and channel partner internal use. Capacities 60GB, 120GB (64GB and 128GB raw) Size Standard SFF and LFF footprint, 15 mm height Flash technology SLC NAND Servers qualified HP ProLiant G5 and G6 SFF and LFF hot plug servers Weight Depends on capacity and number of NAND devices Interface SATA Transfer rate 3Gb Channels 8-channel/8-way interleaving Power consumption (active) 2W Operating temperature 0 to 60 ° C Shock Operating: 1500g, duration 0.5ms half sine wave Vibration: 20g peak 10 to 2000Hz; 12 cycles/axis) x3 axes Acoustic noise N/A Logical block size 512 bytes Expected life Expected life of the server at constrained write workloads Native Command Queuing Yes (32 depth)
    • 62. Platform support August 2009 – HP Restricted. For HP and channel partner internal use. Platforms Supported NON-Supported Platforms All G6 hot plug ML/DL & BL server platforms that do not have a Z height restriction of less than 15mm BL2x220c (9.5 mm height restricted)* G5 DL160, DL180, DL360, DL380 and DL580 with P400 or P800 However, recommend updating G5 servers with new Smart Array controllers for best possible performance BL490c G6 (7 mm height restricted) * D2600/D2700 † BL495c G5 (7 mm height restricted) * BL460c G5 (9.5 mm height restricted) * Externally attached storage (for example, MSA 60/70/2000)** † Supported in November 2009 * Height-restricted products can continue to use Generation 1 SSDs or HDD if applicable ** Future Support when required
    • 63. HP c-class Tape Blades Ultrium 448c Tape Blade SB920c Tape Blade SB1760c Tape Blade Recording Technology LTO Ultrium 2 LTO Ultrium 3 LTO Ultrium 4 Compressed Capacity * 400 GB 800 GB 1.6 TB Sustained Transfer Rate * 173 GB/hr 432 GB/hr 576 GB/hr Buffer Size 64 MB 64 MB 128 MB Interface 3 GB/sec SAS 3 GB/sec SAS 3 GB/sec SAS Form Factor Half-height blade Half-height blade Half-height blade Encryption Capability No No Yes WORM Capability No Yes Yes
    • 64. HP StorageWorks X1800sb Network Storage Blade
      • Key Product Features
      • Enhanced server hardware: The X1800sb uses the BL460c G6 with a single Quad Core Intel L5507 processor. (2.13GHz, 60w) and 4 GB memory, along with an SB40c Storage Blade.
      • Enhanced OS: Pre-installed with Microsoft Windows 2008 Storage Server
      • Same HP management tools: Start-up wizard, simple management console, data services including: replication, backup, snapshot, iSCSI
      • Product Description
      • X1800sb unifies internal shared application storage (iSCSI SAN), file serving (NAS), and integrated data protection all through the centralized HP AiO Storage Manager (ASM) interface.
          • Application server storage (iSCSI SAN)
          • Windows file serving (Windows NAS)
          • Integrated data protection
          • Radically simple management
    • 65. HP X1800sb Storage Blade Clients File Sharing (CIFS or NFS) Exchange SQL Server Public LAN Application Subnet Block Access (iSCSI SAN) Tape backup X1800sb Snapshots HP All-in-One Storage Application data storage (iSCSI SAN) File serving for clients (NAS) Integrated data protection Radically simple management Note: Exchange and SQL servers along with the X1800sb Storage Blade shown above actually reside in an HP BladeSystem c-class enclosure HP All-in-One Storage Systems
    • 66. HP StorageWorks X3800sb Network Storage Gateway Blade
      • Product Features
      • Cost effective flexibility
      • Cost-effectively leverage your existing datacenter SAN for file services or iSCSI services with a value-priced gateway built on the BL460c BladeSystem, combining file, print and iSCSI connectivity on a single NAS/SAN gateway platform.
      • Ready to deploy
      • The pre-installed Windows-powered operating system and pre-configured user storage provide a quick, secure and easy way to add network storage or to add intelligent file and iSCSI services to your Fibre Channel SAN…all in a matter of minutes.
      • Intelligent storage management
      • Use storage space more efficiently with the file de-duplicating single-instance storage (SIS) feature, and enjoy the benefits of other storage-specific tools— index-based search, SharePoint Services support, quotas, file screening, storage reporting and distributed file system (DFS) replication.
      Product Description A ready-to-deploy NAS/SAN gateway built on the BL460c G6 BladeSystem server, providing both consolidated file-serving access as well as cost-saving iSCSI connectivity, enabling businesses to make better use of their existing SAN storage infrastructure. Now enhanced with updated server hardware and Microsoft Windows 2008 Unified Data Storage Server.
    • 67. Shared SAS Blade Storage Solution External Server blades SAS switch pair External SAS storage array
      • Each server blade requires P700m SAS mezzanine card
      • Multiple server blades connect to SAS switch pair
      • SAS switch connects to external SAS storage array
      • Up to two BladeSystem enclosures can be connected to the external SAS shared storage array
    • 68. HP StorageWorks Shared SAS Switch
      • Hot pluggable SAS Switch, configured in interconnect bay
      • Dual Domain architecture support
      • Configured in pairs with path failover
      • 3 Gb/s SAS interface
      • Six x4 3 Gb/s SAS ports
      • Supports up to 16 server blades
      • Supports clustering (two or four node)
      • Supports Windows, Linux, VMware
      • Supports ProLiant server blades
    • 69. HP P700m mezzanine Smart Array Controller
      • Mezzanine card for c-Class server blades
      • Dual domain architecture support
      • Two x4 3Gb/s SAS ports
      • Provides path from server blade to Blade Storage Controller
    • 70. HP PCI Expansion Blade for c-Class
      • PCI expansion blade for HP BladeSystem c-Class server blades
      • Provides PCI-X or PCI-e expansion boards for an adjacent server blade
      • Choice of either:
        • 1 or 2 PCI-X boards, or
        • 1 or 2 PCI-e boards
      • Designed to allow server blades to support specialized PCI cards
        • SSL, XML accelerator cards
        • VOIP cards
        • Other special-purpose PCI-X or PCI-e cards
    • 71. HP BladeSystem c-Class interconnect overview
    • 72. HP BladeSystem c-Class connect any way you want
      • Virtual Connect
        • Reduce cables without adding switches to manage
        • Cleanly separate Server enclosure from LAN & SAN
      • Managed Ethernet and FC Switches
        • Reduce cables with your favorite switch brands
      • 4x DDR InfiniBand Switch
        • World first 20Gb/s blade interconnect
      • Pass-Through Modules
        • When you must have a 1:1 server/network connection
        • Ethernet and FC
      Interconnect Module Classes Bays for 8 Single-Wide or 4 Double-Wide Interconnect Modules
      • Choose the Ethernet, FC, & IB modules you need & plug them in
      • Two of same module side-by-side provides redundancy
    • 73. c-Class Ethernet Network adapter portfolio
      • All options shipping today
        • NC325m- 1GbE quad port, Broadcom controller
        • NC326m- 1GbE dual port, Broadcom controller
        • NC382m- 1GbE dual port, multifunction, Broadcom controller
        • NC360m- 1GbE dual port, Intel controller
        • NC364m- 1GbE quad port, Intel controller
        • NC512m- 10GbE dual port, multifunction, Netxen controller
        • NC522m- 10GbE dual port, Nexgen multifunction, Flex10 controller
        • NC532m- 10GbE dual port, Broadcom multifunction, Flex10 controller
    • 74. 1GbE c-Class Mezzanine Hardware Feature Summary
      • Duplex sped across the c-Class enclosure backplane
      • A four port adapter installed in mezzanine slot I of a HH server provides connectivity to only 2 of the 4 ports.
      Model HP NC325m HP NC326m HP NC360m HP NC364m HP NC373m HP NC382m QLogic QMH4062 Availability Shipping Shipping Shipping Shipping EOL 1-7-09 Shipping Shipping Part # 416585-B21 406771-B21 445978-B21 447883-B21 406770-B21 453246-B21 488074-B21 Controller Broadcom 5715S Broadcom 5715S Intel 82571EB Intel 82571EB Broadcom 5708S Broadcom 5709S QLogic 4032 Ports (Mbps) 4 @ 2000 1 2 @ 2000 1 2 @ 2000 1 4 @ 2000 1 2 @ 2000 1 2 @ 2000 1 2 @ 2000 1 Bus x4 PCIe 1.0 x4 PCIe 1.0 x4 PCIe 1.0a x4 PCIe 1.0a x4 PCIe 1.0 x4 PCIe 1.1 x4 PCIe Server Support All ProLiant c-Class All ProLiant c-Class All ProLiant c-Class All ProLiant & Integrity c-Class All ProLiant c-Class All ProLiant c-Class All ProLiant c-Class Form Factor Type I card Inter- connects HP 1/10Gb Virtual Connect Ethernet Module, HP 1/10Gb-F Virtual Connect Ethernet Module HP 1:10Gb Ethernet BL-c Switch, Cisco Catalyst 3020 Switch, HP GbE2c Layer 2/3 Ethernet Switch, HP GbE2c Ethernet Switch HP 1Gb Ethernet Pass-Thru Module Max cards per server 3 FH/2 HH 2 3 FH/2 HH 3 FH/2 HH 3 FH/2 HH 3 FH/2 HH 2 3 FH/2 HH 3 FH/2 HH Enclosures c3000 and c7000
    • 75. 1GbE c-Class Mezzanine Software Feature Summary
      • All features support both Windows and Linux unless otherwise noted.
      • Only supported when using a Virtual Connect module. Does not support Rapid Deployment Pack (RDP)
      Model HP NC325m HP NC326m HP NC360m HP NC364m HP NC373m HP NC382m QLogic QMH4062 2 Availability Shipping Shipping Shipping Shipping EOL 1-7-09 Shipping Shipping Teaming/Bonding       Linux PXE   PXE 1 PXE 1   802.1Q VLANs       802.1p QoS       802.3ad Link Aggregation       802.1x Flow control       Interrupt coalescence       RSS Windows Windows TCP/IP Full Offloading Windows Windows  Accelerated iSCSI    iSCSI Boot Linux Linux  VMware ESX Cert     TBD  VMware iSCSI boot Cert  Jumbo Frames 9K 9K 9K 9K 9K 9K 9K TCP checksum offloads        RDMA
    • 76. 10GbE c-Class Mezzanine Hardware Feature Summary
      • Key differences in bold.
      • Planned feature set subject to change
      • Both ports across server backplane must be at the same speed.
      Model HP NC522m 1 HP NC532m 1 HP NC512m Availability Shipping Shipping Shipping Part Number 467801-B21 467799-B21 440910-B21 10GbE protocol IEEE 10G-Base-KR IEEE 10G-Base-KR IEEE 10G-Base-KX4 Network Controller Netxen NX3031 Broadcom 57711 Netxen NX2031 Bus x8 PCI Express v2.0 (Gen2) x8 PCI Express v2.0 (Gen2) x8 PCI Express 1.1 Ports (Mbps) 2 @ 10,000 or 1000 speed negotiation speed, duplex across enclosure backplane 2 @ 10,000 or 1000 speed negotiation speed, duplex across enclosure backplane 2 @ 10,000, duplex across enclosure backplane Server Support All ProLiant c-Class with type II slots All ProLiant c-Class with type I slots All ProLiant c-Class with type II slots Form Factor Type II card Type I card Type II card Supported Interconnects New 10 GbE KR Virtual Connect Existing interconnects with 1Gb downlinks and 1GBE pass thru New 10 GbE KR Virtual Connect Existing interconnects with 1Gb downlinks and 1GbE pass thru 10Gb KX4 Ethernet Switch Maximum cards per server 2 per FH server, 1 per HH server 3 per FH server 2 per HH server 1 per FH server, 1 per HH server Supported Enclosures c3000 and c7000 c3000 and c7000 c3000 and c7000 Server memory requirements 2GB minimum, server’s capacity maximum 1GB minimum, server’s capacity maximum 4GB minimum, 32GB maximum
    • 77. 10GbE c-Class Mezzanine Software Feature Summary
      • Key differences in bold.
      • Planned feature set subject to change
      Model HP NC522m 1 HP NC532m 1 HP NC512m Availability Q209 Target Shipping Shipping Teaming/Bonding Linux Linux PXE   802.1Q VLANs   802.1p QoS    TOE Capable  Linux Accelerated iSCSI Capable  RDMA iSCSI Boot Capable RSS    VMware ESX Certification TBD TBD 3.5, 3i Jumbo Frames 9K industry standard 9K industry standard 8K 802.3ad Link aggregation    802.1x Flow control    TCP checksum offloads    Interrupt coalescence    OS Support RH4&5, SUSE 9&10, Win 2003 RH4&5, SUSE 9&10, Win 2003 RH4&5, SUSE 9&10, Win 2003
    • 78. C7000 Interconnect Model (Half-Height Server Blade) Mezz-1 NIC 2 1 4 3 2 1 Mezz-2 4 3 2 1 PCIe x4 PCIe x4 PCIe x8 Inter. Bay 7 Inter. Bay 8 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 4 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 6 Inter. Bay 5 N N N N N N N N Half-Height Server Blade N (N= 1 …. 16) X X Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 5 Inter. Bay 7 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 4 Inter. Bay 6 Inter. Bay 8
    • 79. C7000 Interconnect Model (Full-Height Server Blade) Mezz-1 NIC 2 1 4 3 2 1 Mezz-2 4 3 2 1 PCIe x4 PCIe x4 PCIe x8 Inter. Bay 7 Inter. Bay 8 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 4 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 6 Inter. Bay 5 N Full-Height Server Blade N(N= 1 …. 8) NIC 2 1 PCIe x4 Mezz-3 4 3 2 1 PCIe x8 N + 8 Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 5 Inter. Bay 7 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 4 Inter. Bay 6 Inter. Bay 8
    • 80. C3000 Interconnect Model (Half-Height Server Blade) SVB 5,6,7,8 SVB 1,2,3,4 1 NIC1 2 3 4 M1 M2 M2 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 NIC2 NIC1 NIC2 M1 1 2 Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 4
    • 81. C3000 Interconnect Model (Full-Height Server Blade) 1 NIC1 2 3 4 M1 M2 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 1 2 3 4 NIC2 NIC1 NIC2 1 2 M3 1 2 3 4 SVB 1,2,3,4 3 4 Inter. Bay 1 Inter. Bay 2 Inter. Bay 3 Inter. Bay 4
    • 82. Port mapping – BL2x220 in a c7000
    • 83. Port mapping – BL2x220 in a c3000
    • 84. 1Gb Ethernet Pass-Through Module
      • Straight-through LAN connectivity
        • 1:1 NIC to patch panel connection
        • Non-Blocking
      • Management
        • No LAN management inside the enclosure
        • Basic status monitored by the Onboard Administrator
      • Performance
        • Full Duplex 1G Ethernet only
          • No Autonegotiation
        • Make redundant connections from servers to external switches with a pair of pass through modules
      406740-B21 Ethernet Pass-Through Module for HP BladeSystem c-Class SKU is a single unit Cables not included
    • 85. 1Gb Ethernet Pass-Through Module
      • Next generation PTM for c-Class
      Key new features or capabilities
        • 16 x 1/10 Gigabit Downlinks
        • 16 x 1/10 Gigabit Uplinks with SFP/SFP+ connectivity
        • Support for SR SFP+ optical transceivers
        • Support for LR/LRM SFP+ optical transceivers
        • Support for 1Gb SFP copper and optical transceivers
        • EDC Support for Passive “Direct Attached” Copper cables up to 7 Meters
        • EDC Support for Active “Direct Attached” Copper for longer distances
        • Compatible with all 1Gb and 10Gb KR mezzanine adapters
    • 86. PTM cable and optics compatibility Options SKU HP 1Gb SX SFP option kit 453151-B21 HP 1Gb RJ-45 SFP Opt Kit 453154-B21 HP 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 1m Direct Attach Cable 487654-001 HP 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 3m Direct Attach Cable 487657-001 HP 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 5m Direct Attach Cable 537965-001 HP 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 7m Direct Attach Cable 487660-001 HP SFP+ SR Transceiver 455883-B21 HP SFP+ LR Transceiver 455886-B21 HP SFP+ LRM Transceiver 455889-B21 Options SKU HP ProCurve SFP+ SR Transceiver J9150A HP ProCurve SFP+ LR Transceiver J9151A HP ProCurve SFP+ LRM Transceiver J9152A HP ProCurve 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 1m Direct Attach Cable J9281A HP ProCurve 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 3m Direct Attach Cable J9283A HP ProCurve 10-GbE SFP+-SFP+ 7m Direct Attach Cable J9285A
    • 87. HP GbE2c Layer 2/3 Ethernet Blade Switch HP c-Class BladeSystem
      • 5 RJ-45 uplinks
      • 4 low-cost SFP fiber uplinks
      • Low power consumption 25W
      • Failover/redundancy between the 4 fiber and 4 of the RJ-45 copper uplinks
      • 16 internal downlinks
      • 2 internal cross-connects in a low cost blade switch
      • 40Gbps full-duplex bandwidth per switch
      • Rich Layer 2 and Layer 3 features including:
        • VLANs
        • Spanning Tree
        • Rapid Spanning
        • Multiple Spanning Tree
        • Uplink Failure Detection
        • IP forwarding
        • Layer 3 routing protocols (RIP, OSPF)
        • Layer 3 filtering
        • QOS queuing
      • Proven Interoperability in Cisco networks
      • High-Availability
      • Security features
      • SNMP v1/2/3 support
    • 88. HP 1:10Gb Ethernet BL–c switch HP c-Class BladeSystem
      • Hardware
        • One 10Gb CX-4 Uplink ports
        • Two 10Gb XFP Uplink ports
        • One 10Gb Internal Cross-connect port
        • 16 1Gb Downlinks to servers
        • Four 1Gb data ports
        • One DB-9 Serial Port
        • 120Gbps Full-duplex throughput
      • Target
        • Enterprise/Datacenter Networks
        • BladeSystem c-Class customers transitioning to 10GE
      • Complete Software
        • Same feature set as GbE2c L2/3
        • Layer 2 Switching
        • Layer 3 Routing
        • Includes robust High Availability QoS, & Security features
        • Choice of AOS CLI, industry-standard CLI or browser interfaces
        • BladeHarmony™ SNMP management
        • Common Feature Set with GbE2c Layer 2/3 switch, optimized for 10G Uplinks
    • 89. Blade Switches Integrate into ProCurve Network Datacenter Connection Manager
      • ProCurve Centralized Network Administration Tools Reduce Complexity
      • Datacenter Connection Manager automates network provisioning – saves time, reduces risk, and enables higher quality service
      • ProCurve Manager Plus network management streamlines operations
      ProCurve Manager Plus Blade System Blade System Blade System Top-of-Rack Switch End of Row Switch BladeSwitch BladeSwitch BladeSwitch Distribution Switch SAN
    • 90. HP ProCurve 6120G Blade Switch
      • New 1/10Gb Hybrid switch for c-Class
      Key new features or capabilities
        • 16 x 1Gigabit Downlinks
        • 1 10Gb CX4 Uplink
        • 2 10Gb XFP uplinks supporting optical connections
        • 2 1Gb SFP uplinks supporting copper/Fiber
        • 4 1Gb RJ-45 copper uplinks
        • 1 Mini USB management port
        • Compatible with all 1Gb and Flex-10Gb LOMs and adapters
    • 91. HP ProCurve 6120XG Blade Switch
      • Next generation 10Gb switch c-Class
      Key new features or capabilities
        • 16 x 10 Gigabit Downlinks
        • 8 x 1/10 Gigabit Uplinks with SFP/SFP+ connectivity
        • Support for SR SFP+ optical transceivers
        • Support for LR/LRM SFP+ optical transceivers
        • Support for 1Gb SFP copper and optical transceivers
        • Support for Passive “Direct Attached” Copper cables up to 7 Meters
        • Support for CX4 Copper
        • Compatible with all 1Gb, 10Gb(KR based) and Flex-10Gb LOMs and adapters
    • 92. HP product family positioning – 6120G/XG
      • Lifetime warranty – lowers operational and maintenance costs
      • Flexible 10G ports for Resilient Uplink/Server Connectivity
      • Ease of use features including LLDP-MED simplify switch operation and management in a multi-vendor environment
      • Datacenter Connection Manager allows automated provisioning of networking and server resources
      *DP = Dual Personality ProCurve 6120G/XG Cisco 3120G Cisco 3120X HP 1:10Gb Ethernet BL-c Switch External Gig ports 6Gig (2SFP, 4 RJ45) 8Gig, 4 SFP (DP* ) 4Gig 4 Gig , External 10G ports 3 10G ( 1 CX4, 2 XFP) None (4 SFP or 2 X2 10G) 3 10G ports ( 1 CX4 and 2 XFP ) Performance 512MB RAM, 256MB flash 256MB SDRAM, 64MB flash 256MB main 64MB flash Mgmt LLDP-MED, SNMPv3 SNMPv3 HTTPS, SNMPv3 Access Security 802.1x, SSH, web/mac auth, RADIUS/ TACACS+ ACLs, 802.1x, SSH, web/mac auth, RADIUS/TACACS+ ACLs , 802.1x, SSH, RADIUS & TACACS+ IGMP Multicast
      • Groups
      1k groups 1k groups Rate Limiting/ QoS Ingress, L3/L4 Prioritization Extensive, highly granular with rate limiting & traffic shaping QoS - 802.1p Forwarding/ Routing L2, Ipv6 host 16k mac, 256 vlans L2 ( upgradable to full L3 & Ipv6), 8k mac, 1k vlans L 2 , full L3, VRRP 16k mac, 1k vlans Stacking No StackWise No Warranty Lifetime 1 year 1 year
    • 93. HP 10Gb Ethernet Blade Switch HP c-Class BladeSystem
      • Hardware
        • 4 10Gb XFP uplinks
        • 16 10Gb downlinks
        • 1 serial management port
        • 400Gbps full-duplex throughput
        • Fits into two interconnect slots (double-wide form factor)
      • Target
        • Enterprise/Datacenter Networks with 10GE Buildout
        • Bandwidth-intensive applications
      • Complete Software
        • Layer 2 Switching
        • Layer 3 Routing
        • Includes robust High Availability QoS, & Security features
        • Choice of AOS CLI, industry-standard CLI or browser interfaces
        • BladeHarmony™ SNMP management
    • 94. Cisco Catalyst Blade Switch 3020 for HP BladeSystem c-Class Designed and manufactured by Cisco Systems for seamless integration into the Cisco network infrastructure
      • Designed by Cisco for the HP BladeSystem c-Class
      • Based on the Cisco LAN IOS
      • Same Layer 2+ features as found in the CGESM
    • 95. Cisco Catalyst BladeSwitch 3120 for HP Product Overview 10Gb (CBS3120X) 1Gb (CBS3120G)
      • Key Customer Value
      • Management Simplification
        • Operational simplification
          • Single switch per rack
          • True Plug-n-Play of switches
        • Design Simplification:
          • Share Uplinks to reduce cables
          • Reduce # of nodes for L2/L3
        • Operational Consistency
          • Familiar IOS CLI, MIBs and tools
          • Consistent End-to-end features
      • Performance & Scalability
        • Up to 160G bandwidth out of rack
        • Double bandwidth from each server
      • Reduce Costs
        • Mix-n-match of 1Gb & 10Gb switches
        • Share uplinks to reduce overall cost
    • 96. HP BladeSystem c-Class Fibre Channel interconnects
    • 97. c-Class 4 and 8Gb Fibre Channel adapter portfolio
      • All options shipping today
        • QMH2562 Qlogic 8Gb FC HBA
        • QMH2462 Qlogic 4Gb FC HBA
        • LPe1205-HP / Emulex LPe1200x 8Gb FC HBA
        • LPe1105-HP / Emulex LPe1100x 4Gb FC HBA
    • 98. HP BladeSystem HBA – Qlogic Model comparison QLogic QMH2562 8Gb FC HBA QLogic QMH2462 4Gb FC HBA Bus Type PCI Express x8 Gen 1 (in Gen 1 slots) PCI Express x4 Gen 2 (in Gen 2 slots) PCI Express x4 Gen1 Memory 1MB SSRAM per port 1MB SRAM per port Data Path 8/4/2 Gbps auto-negotiation (8.5/4.25/2.125 Gbps) 4/2/1 Gbps auto-negotiation (4.25/2.125/1.0625 Gbps) IOPs 200,000 per port 150,000 per port Ports Two Two ASIC QLogic ISP2532 QLogic ISP2432 OS Driver Support Windows, Linux, HP-UX and VMware Windows, Linux, NetWare, HP-UX and VMware PCIe Compliance PCI Express Base Specification rev. 2.0 PCI Express Base Specification, rev. 1.0a Power Usage 8W (maximum) 6.1W (typical) 4.8W possible with PCI Express Gen2 capable system and QLogic Intelligent Link Training (ILT) 6.0W (maximum) 5.4 W (typical) APIs SNIA HBA API V2, SMI-S, FDMI SNIA HBA API V2, SMI-S, FDMI RoHS RoHS 6 RoHS 6 Airflow No airflow required No airflow required
    • 99. HP BladeSystem HBA – Model comparison March 4, 2010 Emulex LPe1205-HP/ LPe1200x 8Gb FC HBA Emulex LPe1105-HP/ LPe1100x 4Gb FC HBA Chipset Emulex Saturn IOC Emulex Zephyr IOC Link Speed (Gb/s) 8/4/2 4/2/1 PCIe Bus PCIe 2.0 (x4) PCIe 1.0 (x8) PCIe 1.0 (x4) Performance (IOPS per channel) 200K+ 150K Virtualization – NPIV √ √ Service Level Interface (SLI) – enabling driver compatibility across all generations of Emulex HBAs √ √ Leverage Enterprise class utilities (HBAnyware) √ √ Virtualization – Virtual Fabric √ FC-SP FC security End-End Host to Fabric MSI-X √ BlockGuard – End to end data integrity (DIF) √
    • 100. c-Class 1Gb iSCSI adapter portfolio
        • Qlogic QMH4062 1GbE iSCSI Adapter
          • QLogic design and manufacturing
          • Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports
          • Offloading of iSCSI and TCP/IP traffic
          • Single step iSCSI SAN boot for both Microsoft Windows and Linux
          • iSCSI boot certified for VMware Server ESX 3.5 and ESXi 3.5
          • IPv6 compliant
          • Pre-certified iSCSI targets including the ProLiant Storage Server family, HP StorageWorks MSA2000i and All-in One (AiO) products, the HP EVA iSCSI Connectivity Option, and many 3rd party storage solutions
          • 9KB jumbo frames
          • Supported on ProLiant c-Class servers, in all mezzanine slots, multiple cards per server
    • 101. HP StorageWorks IO Accelerator
      • Form Factor
        • BladeSystem Mezzanine card
      • Capabilities
        • 80, 160 and 320 GB
        • Up to 800 MB/s bandwidth
        • Up to 100K SPC-1 IOPS
        • Under 50 microsec read latency
      • Customer value
        • High reliability - no moving parts, wear leveling
        • Ultra-high speed, small-packet transfers
        • No HW RAID controller required
        • Supported with MS Windows and Linux
    • 102. Fibre Channel Pass-Through Module for HP BladeSystem c-Class
      • 16 port FC pass-through
        • Fully independent FC ports
      • 1 pass-through module per kit
        • Order 2 kits for redundant fabric connections
        • SFPs included in kit
      • Support auto-negotiate feature with independent fabric speed for each port
        • 1, 2, & 4Gb connections
      • iLO Link for Management
    • 103. Brocade 4Gb or 8Gb SAN Switch for HP BladeSystem c-Class Factory Configurations Brocade 4/24 SAN Switch Power Pack HP BladeSystem c-Class Brocade 4/24 SAN Switch for HP BladeSystem c-Class Brocade 4/12 SAN Switch for HP BladeSystem c-Class Ports on Demand Upgrade License Brocade 4/12 SAN Switch 12 Port Upgrade License
      • Latest generation Goldeneye ASIC
      • Designed to interoperate with all industry leading SAN environments (HP, EMC, IBM, and HDS)
      • Integrated into the HP BladeSystem c-Class
        • Greatly simplifies packaging and reduces set up times
        • “ Zero footprint” SAN connectivity
      • Significant SAN connectivity cost savings
        • Eliminates need for host to switch SFPs and cables
        • Shared network, power, and cooling
        • Reduced cost and complexity
        • Extends BladeSystem to SAN cost savings
        • Lower list price then stand alone switches
      • Investment protection and Industry leadership
        • Compatibility with all Brocade switches
        • 70% of all industry FC ports and 94% of HP installed base
    • 104. Cisco MDS 9124e Fabric Switch for HP c-Class BladeSystem
      • Superior performance Fibre Channel switch designed exclusively for HP’s most flexible compute architecture
        • 4 Gbps dedicated bandwidth per port
        • Up to 16 server ports
        • Up to eight SAN facing ports
        • Up to 1:1 oversubscription ratio
        • Non-blocking architecture
        • VSANs (up to 16 per switch)
        • PortChannels (up to 8 ports in one logical bundle)
      • High availability features
        • Redundant and hot swappable
        • Up to six switches per enclosure
        • Support dual-port, redundant Fibre Channel mezzanine cards for HP BladeSystem c-Class
        • Non-disruptive software upgrades
        • Cisco Fabric Manager Server and Enterprise Packages for advanced infrastructure management features (optional)
      Factory Configurations Cisco MDS 9124e 12-port Fabric Switch (2 Short Wave SFPs) Cisco MDS 9124e 24-port Fabric Switch (4 Short Wave SFPs) Cisco MDS 9124e 12-port upgrade LTU (no SFPs included)
    • 105. HP BladeSystem c-Class Virtual connect
    • 106. HP Virtual Connect with Flex-10 technology
      • Simplify networks
        • Reduce cables up to 94% without adding switches to manage
      • Simplify server connections
        • Makes system administrator self-sufficient and frees LAN and SAN admins from common server tasks
      • Change servers in minutes, not days
        • Add, move and replace servers on-the-fly without affecting your LAN and SAN
        • Total control to move workloads fast without impacting LANs or SANs or the people who manage them.
      • Tailor network speeds based on application needs
        • Reduce cables and network components by using up to 4 physical NIC's per 10Gb server connection
        • Control and manage your bandwidth by setting NIC speeds at the server edge
      The simplest, most powerful connection to your networks
    • 107. traditional servers everyone must follow the moving server! SAN Storage Administrator Server Administrator A B C Spare LAN FC Switch Network Administrator ENET Switch WWN A MAC A WWN S MAC S X Find the new port Configuration of the new port: VLAN, Security, STP, etc LUN investigation Zoning modification based on new WWN LUN masking modification NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA LAN Administrator SAN Administrator Server Administrator
    • 108. SAN Storage Administrator Server Administrator A B C Spare LAN Network Administrator WWN A MAC A X Virtual Connect solves these & makes IT change-ready LUN investigation Zoning modification based on new WWN LUN masking modification ENET Switch FC Switch Find the new port Configuration of the new port: VLAN, Security, STP, etc LAN Administrator SAN Administrator NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA HP Virtual Connect Modules Server Administrator
    • 109. Too many cables or too many switches and everyone gets in the act…
      • Pass-through modules can drown you in cables
      • Switches work great but can overwhelm in numbers
      • LANs & SANs must follow the moving server, requiring effort from everyone and delaying resolution
      SAN LAN Server Administrator A B C Spare ENET Switch FC Switch NIC HBA WWN MAC addr NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA Storage Administrator Network Administrator Blade Enclosure
    • 110. HP Virtual Connect
      • Reduces cables without adding switches to manage
      • No new FC domains
      • Maintains end-to-end connections of your favorite brands (Cisco, Nortel, Brocade, McData, etc.)
      • Cleanly separates Server from LAN & SAN
      • Relieves LAN & SAN admins from server maintenance
      • Servers are Change-Ready add, move, replace, upgrade without affecting LAN or SAN
        • MAC & WWN are locally administered so LAN & SAN connections stay constant
      • Change servers when your business needs it, not when you can fit it into everyone’s calendar
      Build IT Change-Ready Server Administrator SAN LAN A B C Spare Blade Enclosure Storage Administrator Network Administrator HP Virtual Connect Modules
    • 111. HP Virtual Connect Manager Example: Server Profile Migration for a failed server or reprovisioning pNIC pNIC Server Blade B Server Blade A Virtual Connect For Ethernet pNIC pNIC LAN 2 LAN 3 LAN 4 Customer Data Center Networks LAN 1 Spare pNIC pNIC Virtual Connect Manager (VCM) Looks just like standard server connections from external network and SAN switches
      • MAC addresses
      • Network connections
      • PXE settings
      • FC WWNs
      • FC Boot parameters
      • Serial number
      Virtual Connect For SAN HBA1 HBA2 HBA1 HBA2 SAN 1 SAN 2 Failed
      • MAC addresses
      • FC WWNs
      • PXE Settings
      • Serial number
      • FC SAN boot parameters
      • Network connections
    • 112. HP Virtual Connect Manager Example: Server Profile Migration for a failed server or reprovisioning pNIC pNIC Server Blade B Server Blade A Virtual Connect For Ethernet pNIC pNIC LAN 2 LAN 3 LAN 4 Customer Data Center Networks LAN 1 Spare pNIC pNIC Virtual Connect Manager (VCM) Looks just like standard server connections from external network and SAN switches Virtual Connect For SAN HBA1 HBA2 HBA1 HBA2 SAN 1 SAN 2
      • MAC addresses
      • Network connections
      • PXE settings
      • FC WWNs
      • FC Boot parameters
      • Serial number
      Failed
    • 113. Build a Virtual Connect environment with your c-Class enclosure Virtual Connect Ethernet Module
      • Connect selected server Ethernet ports to specific data center networks.
      • Supports aggregation/tagging of uplinks to data center.
      • ‘ LAN-safe’ for connection to any data center switch environment (Cisco, Nortel, HP ProCurve, etc.)
      Virtual Connect Fibre Channel Module Virtual Connect domain can pool 4 enclosures as one. side by side for redundancy
      • Selectively aggregate multiple server FC HBA ports (Qlogic/Emulex) on a FC uplink using NPIV.
      • Connect enclosure to Brocade, Cisco, McData, or Qlogic data center FC switches.
      • Doesn’t appear as a switch to the FC fabric.
      Virtual Connect Manager (embedded!)
      • Manage server connections to the data center without impacting the LAN or SAN
      • Administer server MACs, WWNs, and boot parameters.
      • Move/upgrade/change servers without impacting the LAN or SAN
    • 114. HP Virtual Connect Ethernet Module 16x 1Gb Ethernet – Connects to one NIC in each HH blade server bay 1x 10Gb – Cross-link between adjacent VC-Enet modules Management Interfaces to Onboard Administrator 8x 1Gb Ethernet (RJ45) Usable as data center links or as stacking links. 2x 10Gb Ethernet (CX4) Usable as data center links or as stacking links. Port Number and Status Indicators Indicates whether a data center link (green), stacking link (amber), or highlighted port (blue). MidPlane Faceplate
    • 115. HP 1/10Gb-F Virtual Connect Ethernet Module 4x 1Gb Ethernet (RJ45) 16x 1Gb Ethernet – Connects to one NIC in each HH blade server bay 1x 10Gb – Cross-link between adjacent VC-Enet modules 1x 10Gb Ethernet (CX4) Usable as data center links or as stacking links. 2x 10Gb Ethernet (XFP) Support for copper or fiber 10Gb connectivity to the data center MidPlane Faceplate 2x 1Gb Ethernet (SFP) Support for copper or fiber 1Gb connectivity to the data center
    • 116. What is Flex-10?
      • 10Gb Server NIC’s that can be carved into multiple individual FlexNIC’s
        • Each FlexNIC is recognized by server ROM as an individual NIC.
        • The Bandwidth for each FlexNIC is user defined from 100Mb to 10Gb.
      • HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module
        • The first and only Interconnect Module that manages the server connections to the data center network
        • Recognizes and manages each FlexNIC as part of a server profile
    • 117. HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module
      • First single-wide blade10Gb Ethernet Module
      • First to divide a single network port into 4 separate connections with full hardware performance
      • First to fine tune each network connection dynamically from 100Mb to 10Gb
      • First to optimize performance to the demands of virtual server workloads and network channels
      • First to support up to 32 network connections on a single server blade – 5x the competition
      • First extension of HP’s award winning Virtual Connect architecture and the first to be built-in to a server blade
    • 118. HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module 2x Crosslinks (midplane), or 2x SFP+ module (X7-8) 16x 10GBASE-KR Ethernet – Connects to one (1Gb or 10Gb) NIC in each HH blade server bay 2x 10Gb – Cross-link between adjacent VC-Enet modules Management Interfaces to Onboard Administrator Port Number and Status Indicators Indicates whether a data center link (green,) stacking link (amber), or a highlighted port (blue). 1x 10GBASE-CX4 Ethernet, or 1x SFP+ module (X1) MidPlane Faceplate 5x SFP+ modules (X2-6) (1GbE or 10GbE)
    • 119. Flex10 for HP Virtual Connect Port 1 NIC 10Gb VC-Enet Module (Odd) Server Blade Single lane of 10Gb/s Ethernet for each Port NIC NIC NIC Port 2 NIC NIC NIC NIC Flex10 LOM or Mezz Card 10Gb VC-Enet Module (Even) Goes to separate interconnect bays (Odd, Even) Each Flex10 LOM has two 10Gb physical ports
    • 120. Flex10 for HP Virtual Connect Flex10 (port 2) NIC NIC NIC NIC Server Blade Flex10 (port 1) NIC NIC NIC NIC Flex10 LOM or Mezz Card vNet 2 vNet 3 vNet 4 vNet 1 10Gb VC-Enet Module
      • For each NIC (PF), VC sets:
      • bandwidth (0.1 to 10 Gb/s)
      • NIC type (regular or iSCSI)
      • Priority
      • MAC address
      • vNet connection
      Map Flex10 NICs to any vNet
    • 121. Flex10 for HP Virtual Connect Server Blade Flex10 and VC-Enet module keep the traffic separated and on the correct network. Flex10 LOM or Mezz Card Flex10 NIC (port 1) NIC NIC NIC NIC vNet 2 vNet 3 vNet 4 vNet 1 Flex10 limits and prioritizes traffic per physical function 10Gb VC-Enet Module Flex10 and 10Gb VC-Enet keep traffic separated
    • 122. Virtual Connect Flex-10 consolidates network equipment 4 to 1 Flex-10 controller NICs 2 interconnect modules requires only 8 Flex-10 divides one 10Gb connection into 4 NIC ports, each with full hardware-level performance available to VM’s Each LOM /option card has 2 x10Gb ports 4x more NICs per server and the ability to fine-tune network bandwidth to match workload demands
    • 123. VMware Networking Before Flex-10 VSwitch Uplinks (32/physical server) Applications Operating System Server NIC (VM Bridge) Virtual Machine VSwitch VNIC’s (4 per VM) Vmotion/ Service Console Backup Production NIC’s Teamed Production NICs ESX Server 1Gb Enet 1Gb Enet 1Gb Enet 1Gb Enet 1Gb Enet 1Gb Enet 4Gb FC 4Gb FC Interconnect Modules LOM & Mezz Cards App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS
    • 124. Virtual Connect Flex-10 Optimization Service Console Backup Teamed Production NICs ESX Server Flex-10 Flex 10 8Gb FC 8Gb FC Interconnect Modules 2Gb 2Gb 5Gb 5Gb 2Gb 2Gb Vmotion 1Gb 1Gb Flex-10 LOM
      • VMware
        • Optimize VM traffic for each function
        • Reduce the number of interconnect modules
        • Leave room for future expansion as CPU cores become denser and applications more bandwidth hungry
      App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS
    • 125. Pricing model (Includes I/O modules and NIC’s) Flex-10 is the best solution for any server configuration needing 4 or more NIC’s Solution price based on: 16 servers w/Dual Port Mezz cards @ $319 ea (4) VC 1/10Gb w/NICs = (2) Flex-10 VC 1/10 VC Flex-10 VC modules $22,796 $27,990 NIC’s $5,104 $0 Total $27,900 27,990
    • 126. HP Virtual Connect 8Gb Fibre Channel Module Port LEDs Link and Activity 16x 8Gb Fibre Channel – Connects to one HBA port in each HH blade server bay Management Interfaces to Onboard Administrator 4x 2/4/8 Gb FC (SFP) Connects to data center Fibre Channel switches. Module LEDs Health and UID Port Number and Status Indicators Indicates whether a port is configured (green) or highlighted port (blue). MidPlane
    • 127. HP Virtual Connect 8Gb 24-Port FC Module 8x 2/4/8 Gb FC Connects to data center Fibre Channel switches. Port LEDs Link and Activity Port Number & Status Indicators Indicates whether a port is configured (green) or highlighted (blue). MidPlane Module LEDs Health and UID SFP+ Transceivers Qty 2 Included 16x 8Gb FC – Connects to one HBA port in each HH blade server bay Mgmt Interfaces to Onboard Administrator
    • 128. Managing Virtual Connect infrastructures
      • Web-based console in Virtual Connect Ethernet module firmware
      • Configure and manage a single enclosure with up to 16 servers
      • Server connections with LAN and SAN assigned per enclosure
      • Configure and move server profiles within a single enclosure
      • For datacenters up to 4 enclosures
      Virtual Connect Manager
      • Application manages 100 enclosures with up to 1600 servers from a single console
      • Central database controls server connections with LAN and SAN - avoids address conflicts
      • Enclosure grouping increases consistency, reduces complexity and configuration errors
      • Quickly add/modify/move servers between enclosures and across the datacenter
      • For datacenters with 4+ enclosures
      Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager Single and multiple enclosure solutions SAN LAN SAN LAN SAN LAN
    • 129. Virtual Connect enterprise manager
      • Simplifies management of multiple Virtual Connect server environments
        • Central administration console and LAN/SAN address pool
        • Virtual Connect domain grouping
        • Rapid server profile movement between enclosures or even locations
      • Licensed per BladeSystem c-Class enclosure
      • Builds on and extends Virtual Connect technology and value
      Summary Virtual Connect LAN SAN Production Spare Servers Single Console for many VC domains Central LAN/SAN Address Pool
      • MAC
      • WWN
    • 130. HP BladeSystem c-Class Ethernet Portfolio HP10Gb Ethernet BL-c Switch 10Gb up/down Layer 3 Cisco Catalyst 3020 Switch 1Gb Layer 2+ 8 copper 4 Fiber HP GbE2c Layer 2/3 Switch 1Gb Layer 3 5 Copper/4 Fiber Cisco Catalyst 3120G Switch Cisco 1:1Gb Stacking switch virtualization, Layer 3 IPv6 Cisco Catalyst3120X Switch Cisco 1:10Gb Stacking switch virtualization HP1:10Gb-F Virtual Connect 1Gb down 1/10Gb up HP10Gb Flex-10 Virtual Connect 10Gb up/down 1Gb Switches 1:10Gb Switches 10Gb Switches Virtual Connect HP 1:10 Ethernet BL-c Switch 1Gb down 1/10GB up Layer 3 8 copper 4 Fiber Shipping HP 1/10G Virtual Connect Ethernet Module HP ProCurve 6120G Switch HP 1:10Gb HP ProCurve 6120XG Switch HP 10:10Gb
    • 131. HP BladeSystem InfiniBand interconnects
    • 132. InfiniBand support for HP BladeSystem c-Class
      • Cost competitive based on the latest 4x DDR technology
        • 4x DDR mezzanine option
          • OpenIB driver stack support
          • 3rd party vendor’s stack
        • 4x DDR unmanaged switch option
          • 16 down links connecting blade servers
          • 8 up links to build larger IB fabric
          • Subnet manager options
            • OpenSM support on server (blade or rack)
            • 3rd party vendor’s managed switch within IB fabric
      • Supported on HP’s Cluster Platform
    • 133. HP 4X DDR IB mezzanine HCA
      • 4X DDR (double data rate)
        • 20Gb/s each direction
      • PCI-Express interface
        • Support multiple mezzanine HCAs per blade
          • x8 mezzanine slot for full bandwidth
          • x4 mezzanine slot at reduced bandwidth
        • Memory free
        • Low cost
        • Low power
      • OFED complaint
      • Support Voltaire IB driver and host software stack
        • Same driver and host software stack used in HP’s Unified Cluster Portfolio with ProLiant servers
      • Cisco IB stack available
      World’s First 4X DDR InfiniBand mezzanine HCA for blades 20Gbps, 3~4usec Latency
    • 134. HP 4X DDR IB Dual-Port mezzanine HCA
      • World’s first ConnectX IB HCA on blades
        • Performance driven architecture
          • MPI latency ~1.3us*
        • Scalable multi-core performance
          • Virtually flat latency from 1 core to 8 cores per server
        • Hardware reliable multicast & congestion control
          • Speed up MPI collective operations and better congestion control
        • Dual-port to support 1:1 fully non-oversubscription
          • Full DDR bandwidth in the entire fabric
      • Software Support Roll Out
        • HP supported Voltaire and Cisco software
        • ConnectX IB drivers, HP-MPI and IPoIB
      • GA SW release with OFED 1.3 later
      Note: Requires HPCD Exception Approval for ConnectX configuration * Preliminary result. Latency may vary with different platforms.
    • 135. HP 4X DDR IB switch module
      • 960Gb/sec total switching bandwidth
      • Fully non-blocking Fabric Switch
      • 16 4X DDR down links connecting blade servers
      • 8 External 4X DDR ports for scale out
      • Up to 3 switches supported in a c7000 enclosure
        • Redundancy
        • Aggregate bandwidth
      • Subnet manager options
        • OFED complaint
        • Voltaire managed switch for the spine-level switch
          • Subnet manager running on the switch
        • Voltaire BladeFM for up to two enclosures
        • Cisco InfiniBand switch interconnectivity
      World’s First 4X DDR IB Switch for Blades
    • 136. HP 4X DDR IB switch module
      • Fully non-blocking Switch
      • Multiple switches supported per enclosure*
      • Subnet Manager Options
        • Voltaire GridVision
          • Running on managed Grid switch family
          • Standard HPC configurations
        • Voltaire GridVision BladeFM
          • Running on server, for one or two enclosures
          • Available later this year
        • OpenSM
          • Part of OFED
      * Note that the standard Cluster Platform configs support one (1) switch per enclosure, multiple switch support via customer configuration. IB switch in bays 5 and 6 IB switch in bays 7 and 8
    • 137. Works with InfiniBand DDR switches
      • Rack-mount Switch choice
        • 24-port DDR switch
          • New and more cost effective design
          • Choice of managed and unmanaged
        • 96-port DDR switch
          • Same chassis as the current SDR
          • New line board and fabric board to support DDR
        • 288-port DDR switch
          • Same chassis as the current SDR
          • New line board and fabric board to support DDR
      • Partnered with Voltaire
    • 138. HP’s fully-integrated HPC clusters
      • HP Unified Cluster Portfolio
      • HP Innovation, Choice, Performance
      • HP Cluster Platforms
      • HP Scalable File Share (SFS)
      • HP Scalable Visualization (SVA)
      • HP XC Linux Cluster Management
      • HP Worldwide Service and Support
      20Gb/s Backplane 16 (HH) or 8 (FH) server blades IB DDR Mezz PCIe x8 slot IB DDR Switch Modules c-Class
    • 139. HP BladeSystem c-Class Power and Cooling
    • 140. What’s using the power?
      • OTHER includes
      • AC to DC Transitions
      • DC to DC Deliveries
      • Fans and air movement
      Power Regulator for Power monitoring help in this area BladeSystem helps in this area
      • The processor power growth is the largest single contributor but there are many other areas- the more you pack into a server the more power it needs!
    • 141. Thermal Logic innovations Making every watt count
      • Dynamic Power Capping
      • Maximum power threshold set for enclosure; servers dynamically throttled to maintain peak
      • Based on GWLM technology from Superdome
      • Fan efficiency improvements
      • -48V DC Power Support
      • Power supply efficiency improvements
      2008
      • Active Cool Fans
      • 66% less power consumption than traditional fans
      • 50% less data center AC required
      • 3+3 Power Supplies
      • High efficient 3 phase power delivery
      • Dynamic Power Saver – shut off power supplies dynamically
      2006
      • PARSEC cooling
      • Zoned airflow and variable speed - minimizes power and airflow required
      • Cooling algorithm improvements
      • Low power components
      • DIMMs: ~25% savings
      • CPUs
      2007 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3
    • 142. Power as a resource
      • Measure server power consumption
      • Cap servers based on measurements
      • Workload changes with time
      • Change the power caps
        • Busy servers get more power
        • Idle servers get less
    • 143. Triple Data Center Capacity by managing power! 3x Opportunity Only HP can help here! Power (KW) Time (hrs) Total KWhr = energy bill ($$$) Actual power peak Power budgeted by facilities Real-time energy consumption Trapped Capacity Measure power Set power cap HP Dynamic Power Capping* with Insight Control: Real-time control of maximum power per server or enclosure Automatically maintain cap + = + Reclaim Data Center Capacity Insight Power Controller embedded on ProLiant Insight Control Insight Control Insight Control is key part of HP Thermal Logic to reduce power usage, reclaim unused power capacity and extend life of data center *Requires updated system ROM/BIOS and iLO 2 v1.70 firmware, Insight Power Manager (IPM) v2.0 Supported on DL380 G5 and DL360 G5, BL 2x220c, BL260c, BL460c G1, BL460c G5, BL465c G5, BL685c, BL495c
    • 144. Power and cooling comparison Rack servers vs. blade servers HP ProLiant DL360 340 W per server 16 servers HP ProLiant BL460c 226 W per server 16 servers
      • Two Intel Xeon 5100 Sequence processors
      • 4GB memory
      • Two 72GB SFF SAS hard drives
      • Two Multifunction Gigabit NICs
      • Two 4Gb Fibre Channel ports
      • Running Prime98 at max CPU utilization
      Power and Cooling Requirements at 25°C In 10U 3616 watts 384 CFM In 16U 5440 watts 576 CFM HP BladeSystem c-Class requires 34% less power 33% less Cooling
    • 145. Thermal Logic Technologies Energy Thrifty savings Thermal Logic delivers savings to the bottom line
      • Assumptions:
      • Same load/same configuration (2 x 5140 CPU w/4 DIMMs each running Prime95 @100%)
      • CFM (Cubic feet per minute) of air (costs to run datacenter equipment for cooling are significant)
      16 1U severs 16 HP c-Class servers 422 VA per server 269 VA per server (Intel 5140 dual-core) HP BL460c (Intel 5140 dual-core) Power: 6752 VA @100% CPU Util. Cooling: 768 CFM Acoustics: 8.1 bels Power: 4304 VA @100% CPU Util. Cooling: 304 CFM Acoustics: 7.4 bels less power per sever 36% less CFM 60% quieter 35% Customers win with HP Thermal Logic less power per sever 36% less cooling 60% quieter 35%
    • 146. HP BladeSystem PDU infrastructure
      • NA/JPN : Up to three c7000 server blade enclosures supported with one HP17.3 KVA Monitored PDU …instead of three modular PDUs
      • Int’l: Up to four c7000 server blade enclosures supported with one HP 22 KVA Monitored PDU … instead of three modular PDUs
      Lower power and installation costs with HP 3 Phase Monitored PDU
      • Only one power drop per rack, instead of three
      • Unique Color coded load segments help prevent costly power trips
      • Local monitoring provides awareness and alarms on rack power draw
      www.hp.com/go/rackandpower
    • 147. Using 32A 3Ø PDU – Intl
      • 22 KVA N+N redundant power
      • 2 32A 3Ø connections
      • 4 c-Class Blade Server enclosures
      • Each power enclosure contains 6 2400W power supplies.
      • Enclosure load less than 5.5KVA
      • 4 8KVA enclosures supported by 4 feeds is also possible
    • 148. HP BladeSystem c-Class Management
    • 149. Wereldwijde Server Markt: Beheerkosten $0 $50 $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Installed Base (M Units) Uitgaven (US$B) New Server Spending Power and Cooling Cost of Mgt and Admin 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
    • 150. Introducing HP Insight Control
    • 151. HP Insight Control suite Essential infrastructure management Reduce deployment time by 65% Reduce unplanned downtime by 77% Reduce system admin expenses by 70% Triple datacenter capacity Deploy servers quickly Manage health proactively Control from anywhere Optimize power confidently ROI – 563% І $48,380 reduction in expenses per 100 users І Payback 6 months
    • 152. Insight Control suite HP SIM Management Foundation Unified Infrastructure Management Tuned for ProLiant and BladeSystem ProLiant Essentials Software Options RDP - Rapid Deployment Pack PMP – Performance Mgt. Pack VMM – Virtualization Mgt. Pack VPM – Vulner. & Patch Mgt. Pack IPM – Insight Power Manager SMP – Server Migration Pack Universal Edition Embedded Intelligent Infrastructure
    • 153. Extending HP’s Unified Infrastructure Management portfolio
      • BladeSystem Essentials
      • Integrated management suites for blade infrastructures
      • Built on infrastructure intelligence, core mgmt services and Essentials Software
      HP OpenView (and selected other enterprise management tools) Client Manager Web JetAdmin 3rd Party/ Custom HP Systems Insight Manager Core management services Physical and virtual platforms Multi-OS Integrity Essentials Storage Essentials ProLiant Essentials BladeSystem Essentials HP Insight Control Environment for BladeSystem HP Insight Control Linux Edition
    • 154. HP Insight Control Environment for BladeSystem
      • Integrated software suite simplifies HP BladeSystem provisioning and management
      • Single DVD media
      • Integrated wizard-driven installer
        • Rapidly install and configure HP SIM and ProLiant Essentials software
      • Streamlined licensing model
        • Consolidated key for core ProLiant Essentials management software
        • Simplified license application
      • Delivered with HP c-Class Enclosures
        • Software option for p-Class
      Next Generation Management for HP BladeSystem
    • 155. Insight Control Environment Integrated Tools for Time-Smart Management
      • HP Systems Insight Manager
        • Central management services
      Consolidated Vulnerability and Patch Management Graphical BladeSystem Discovery, Monitoring and Administration Remote Server and OS Deployment Performance Management and Bottleneck Analysis Integrated Lights Out Unified Physical and Virtual Management Power Management and control VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM
    • 156. HP Matrix overview
    • 157. Yesterday’s infrastructure Built one server at a time Line of business selects application Get purchase approvals Order server Project planning meetings And more meetings Server delivery unpack inventory Move to test center Build process server network storage facilities Change control approvals Move to production environment Re-cable and move into production
      • Many people
      • Many manual steps
      • Many weeks
      • Human error
    • 158. Today’s integrated infrastructure Provisioned when needed Line of business selects application Verify resource allocation (self-service portal) Tool determines available resources and when Push “go” Workflow starts automatically A full application infrastructure up and running!
      • Less people
      • A few automated steps
      • Integrated information
      • Same functionality for virtual and physical servers – no compromises!
      Choose infrastructure application template (right size?, right app?)
    • 159. Adaptive infrastructure Business-ready infrastructure in action Service Portal Supply Portal Service Requester Service Supplier Service Compliance Inventory Service Templates Service Catalog
    • 160. HP BladeSystem Matrix Collapses cost & complexity for any workload One managed domain across 1000 physical servers and VM’s Affordable failover & Disaster Recovery-ready for all apps OS and hypervisors supported equally Open choice of Integrity, ProLiant, core network and SAN Resource Pool ERP CRM Data Warehouse Database Mail and Messaging File, Print, Infrastructure
    • 161. What’s under the hood Virtual Connect virtualized LAN and SAN connections Insight Software Capacity Planning Orchestration Disaster Recovery StorageWorks EVA SAN with Disaster-Recovery Integrity and ProLiant blade servers All-in-One Services plus 0%, instant capacity financing
    • 162. Intelligently provision application infrastructure Best practice design becomes best practice operations
      • Infrastructure provisioning in minutes instead of weeks, identically for virtual as physical servers
      • Establish and enforce consistent architectural standards
      • Extensible with existing workflows
      • Works with existing typical IT processes
      Visual interface App template library Push-button deploy; self-service portal
    • 163. Disaster recovery-ready
      • VM or physical machine recovery
      • Metropolitan-distance failover in minutes
      • Works with EVA storage and Continuous Access
      • Easy creation of recovery profile from primary profile
      GUI config Push-button Site “role-reversal”
    • 164. Infrastructure optimization Matching resource capacity to demand
      • Reduce power consumption up to 35% 1
      • Reclaim up to 50% data center circuit capacity 2
      • Improve server consolidation ratios
      • Cut server consolidation time down from months to days
      Throttle power and cap peak Continuously optimize resource usage Built-in migration tools to ease workload movement 1, 2 HP analysis. Compared to similarly configured rackmount servers P 2 P P 2 V V 2 P V 2 V Power costs
    • 165. Packaged infrastructure Simple to buy/deploy applications as you need
      • Avoid the hassle of buying and installing servers one at a time
      • Pools of standardized resources minimize procedures to write and maintain
      • Eases installation and integration in your environment
      • Pay as you go
      Up to 64 instant-capacity enabled blades per rack* – 512 CPU cores, 8TB RAM Up to 96TB built-in RAID-protected storage. Data LUNs can be grown, shrunk, or replicated 10Gb network connectivity Up to 8 NICs and 2 FC HBAs per blade * ProLiant instant capacity (ProLiant server-based) in U.S. only at this time Flex-10 Flex-10
    • 166. How do I buy BladeSystem Matrix? Step 1: Buy a Starter kit HP factory/services install for you! Step 2: Add with Expansion kit 535888-B21 TB462A HA115A1-5NL 507021-B21 Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Buy with HP Financial Services for 0% lease programs and pay as you grow options…. BladeSystem Matrix Starter kit EVA4400 (optional) BladeSystem Matrix Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit Expans. kit
    • 167. Starter kit components 535888-B21 TB462A HA115A1-5NL included 570775-B21 2 3 4 5 1 (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect Flex-10 Eth, FC 8Gb (connecting to FC 8Gb HBAs) (3) Insight software (ID-VSE with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) (4) BL460c G6 for central management server (substitutable) (5) Factory/Factory Express services (6) Starter kit implementation service Just add configured blades and storage! For storage, HP offers a Matrix-optimized EVA4400 with pre-provisioned LUNs
    • 168. Expansion kit components 507021-B21 (1) c7000 with all P/S, fans, redundant OA (2) Virtual Connect Flex-10 Eth, FC 8Gb (connecting to FC 8Gb HBAs) (3) Insight software (ID-VSE with HPIO and HPIR, and VC Enterprise Manager) Just add blades! 1 2 3
    • 169. HP BladeSystem Matrix services Highly recommended
      • Matrix 3-4-5 year 24/7 Care Pack uplifts for entire solution (HW + SW)
      • Proactive Select Service – single point of contact; flexible credit toward family of services (HP Ed Services, assessments, etc.)
      • Data Center Consulting and Assessment Services (e.g. Power and Cooling Assessments, Capacity Assessments, Virtualization Consulting, Custom SOW services, etc.)
      • Integration with HP Operations Orchestration automation
      • Higher level of service (up to Mission Critical)
      • HP Education offerings – broad Blades and Virtualization courses
      Included
      • Integrated Matrix Implementation Service with project manager
        • Config, install, and orientation to deliver a fully operational Matrix
      • Product Warranty and Support Services
        • Next Business Day hardware warranty support
        • Included 1 year 24x7 software support for ID-VSE, IO, VCEM, IR
    • 170. HP BladeSystem Matrix Application Template Kits available
      • At http://www.hp.com/go/matrix
      • Microsoft Exchange
      • Oracle RAC/database
      • SAP
      • In plans: Microsoft SQL Server, Citrix Presentation Server, Peoplesoft , Siebel, and generic examples
      • Templates define service configs, including modification options
      • E.g. A 5000 Exchange 2007 Service
        • 3 server blades, 4 cores, 8 GB RAM
        • 10 GB Boot LUNs, 500 GB RAID 5 LUN
        • Recommended OS = Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64
      • Documentation/description of template, configuration, settings, etc.
        • OO workflows to automate tasks
        • Scripts or other content for additional automation (kicked off by workflows)
        • RDP jobs
      <?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot; standalone=&quot;yes&quot; ?> - < InfrastructureServiceTemplate xmlns =&quot; http://hp.com/2007/ess/sw/model/InfrastructureUtilitySchema &quot;> < Id > template992756129 </ Id > < Name > eStore (.NET) Medium </ Name > < Note > Online storefront for medium size business V3.2 Windows (.net) Application server with fault tolerant database </ Note > < CreateEpoch > 1216857453602 </ CreateEpoch > < LastModifiedEpoch > 1232481678671 </ LastModifiedEpoch > < IsReleased > true </ IsReleased > - < LogicalServerGroups > < Id > template992756129#lsg812744648 </ Id > < Name > web-IIS </ Name > - < ViewContext > < X > 173 </ X > < Y > 93 </ Y > </ ViewContext > < MinServerCount > 2 </ MinServerCount > < MaxServerCount > 3 </ MaxServerCount > + < LogicalServerStereotype > < Name > web-IIS </ Name > < Hostname > #web </ Hostname > < IsVirtual > YES </ IsVirtual > < IsRecoverable > NO </ IsRecoverable > < MemorySize > 512 </ MemorySize > < MemorySizeType > MB </ MemorySizeType > < ProcessorCount > 1 </ ProcessorCount >
    • 171. Virtualisation and HP
    • 172. Managing a virtualized environment Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory ProLiant Server Virtual Machine 1 Virtual Machine 2 Host Management Managament of the VMs Managament of the hypervisor cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu Driver A Driver B Driver C Driver D Operating System Application Application Operating System Application Application Hypervisor
    • 173. Managing in a virtualized environment Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory ProLiant Server Virtual Machine 1 Virtual Machine 2 Host Management: HP SIM HP SMH HP Providers HP Agents HP iLO Virtualization Management: HP VMM Virtual Center XenCenter MS SC-VMM cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu Driver A Driver B Driver C Driver D Operating System Application Application Operating System Application Application Hypervisor
    • 174. Managing in a virtualized environment works best when managed as a whole Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory ProLiant Server Virtual Machine 1 Virtual Machine 2 Host Management: iLO HP SIM HP SMH HP Agents HP Providers Virtualization Management: HP VMM Virtual Center XenCenter MS SC-VMM cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu cpu Driver A Driver B Driver C Driver D Operating System Application Application Operating System Application Application Hypervisor
    • 175. Hypervisor Management Tools
      • VMware
        • Virtual Infrastructure Client
        • Virtual Center
      • Hyper-V
        • Hyper-V Manager
        • System Center Virtual Machine Manager
      • XenServer
        • XenCenter
    • 176. Management Utility Comparison Hyper-V Mgr MS SC-VMM VIC Virtual Center Xen Center PVC Host Win 2008 or Vista Win 2008 Windows Windows Windows Xen Server Local or Central Local for W2008, Remote for HV Srvr Central Remote Central Remote Local & remote via iLO Single or Multi-server Single Multi Single Multi Multi Local UI Access MMC Windows Windows VIC Windows Local GUI Basic or Advanced Basic Adv Basic Adv Adv Basic Fee or Free Free Fee Free Fee Free Fee
    • 177. Solution building blocks
      • HP is the world’s leading brand for x86 servers, storage, management software, services and support.
      • HP ProLiant servers and HP BladeSystem provide an ideal platform for VMware.
      • HP has more certified platforms for VMware than any other vendor.
      • Certification gives you the confidence to run mission-critical applications in a virtualized stack.
      • HP StorageWorks systems provide an ideal storage platform for virtualization over a SAN.
      HP platforms certified for VMware c-Class c3000 & c7000
    • 178. vSphere 4 Editions: Core Platform High Availability STANDARD ENTERPRISE PLUS VMware ESXi OR VMware ESX 4-way vSMP VC Agent 6 Physical Cores / CPU 256 GB Physical Memory VMotion ™ High Availability VMware ESXi OR VMware ESX 4-way vSMP VC Agent 12 Physical Cores / CPU 256 GB Physical Memory ADVANCED Fault Tolerance Data Recovery vShield Zones VMotion ™ High Availability VMware ESXi OR VMware ESX 8-way vSMP VC Agent 12 Physical Cores / CPU No License Memory Limit Fault Tolerance Data Recovery vShield Zones Distributed Switch DRS / DPM Storage VMotion Host Profiles
      • Licensed per processors
      • Most features require one (1) instance of vCenter Server
      • At least 1 year of SnS is mandatory
      High availability products for protecting critical production applications Basic consolidation of a lab or small environment Large scale management of critical production applications VMotion ™ High Availability VMware ESXi OR VMware ESX 4-way vSMP VC Agent 6 Physical Cores / CPU 256 GB Physical Memory ENTERPRISE Fault Tolerance Data Recovery vShield Zones DRS / DPM Storage VMotion Update Manager Update Manager Update Manager Update Manager Thin Provisioning Thin Provisioning Thin Provisioning Thin Provisioning VCB / vStorage APIs VCB / vStorage APIs VCB / vStorage APIs VCB / vStorage APIs Hot Add Hot Add Hot Add
    • 179. VMware 3.5 Editions Central Mgmt Enterprise VMs Live VM Migration Live VM Disk File Migration Next Generation Hypervisor Backup Storage Virt. Resource Management Power Management ESX Server 3i VMFS Virtual SMP™ ESX Server 3i VMotion ™ Storage VMotion High Availability DRS DPM VC Agent VI Foundation VI Standard VI Enterprise Consolidated Backup Update Manager VMFS Virtual SMP ™ ESX Server 3i OR ESX Server VC Agent Agent Consolidated Backup Update Manager High Availability VC Agent Consolidated Backup Update Manager Availability Patch Management VMFS Virtual SMP™ ESX Server 3i OR ESX Server VMFS Virtual SMP™ ESX Server 3i OR ESX Server
    • 180.
      • Per server pricing (easy)
      • Management console: included
      • Software maintenance: included
      • Standard Citrix support model
      • License key upgradable edition to edition
      Citrix XenServer Editions Express Enterprise Platinum XenCenter - Fast, bare metal hypervisor - Fast, bare metal hypervisor - Fast, bare metal hypervisor - Fast, bare metal hypervisor - Multi-Server Management - VLAN Support - Dynamic Workload Streaming (Provisioning) - Multi-Server Management - VLAN Support - Multi-Server Management - VLAN Support - XenMotion - High Availability - Resource Pools - XenMotion -High Availability - Resource Pools Standard
    • 181. Windows Server 2008 Versions
      • RTM version of WS2008 will be Microsoft’s last 32-bit Server OS
        • WS2008 R2 only planned as 64-bit version
        • even new OS versions for SMB market will only be 64-bit
      • * Max Nr. of total cores = 64 / * * Standard edition will not support all Hyper-V features
    • 182. HP ProLiant iVirtualization
      • The only out-of-box virtualization offering that fully integrates with core server management tools
      ProLiant iVirtualization is the integration of industry-leading hypervisors into the ProLiant platform. iVirtualization offers VMware and Citrix XenServer today, and Microsoft Hyper-V in the future. Optimize IT Infrastructure Save Time Rely on it Leverages core ProLiant technologies such as integrated Lights-Out, while supports a broad range of industry-leading HP ProLiant servers Boot up with virtualization in minutes, right out of the box! Configure server and VMs with easy set-up and installation Easy maintenance and management through ProLiant firmware technology and Insight Control, backed by HP services and support
    • 183. iVirtualization Media Choices USB Flash Drive Hard Drive Install (via download) SD Flash Memory Mar/Apr ‘08 Nov ‘08 Mar/Apr ‘09 With multiple vendors and multiple media choices, the permutations make it increasingly confusing to order the correct parts and versions
    • 184. iVirtualization Changes
      • Speed acquisition and reduce part numbers by focusing on downloadable images
      • Customer will always be able to download the most current iVirtualization version
      • Images will be deployable on choice of media, separately acquired
        • USB flash drive
        • Hard drive
        • SD flash memory
      • Base versions of VMware ESXi and Citrix XenServer HP Select will be available for free download
    • 185. Combined Solution HP Virtualization Management Software VMware vCenter HP + VC Physical Server Management Yes No Yes VMware Virtual Machine Management Yes Yes Yes Microsoft Virtual Machine Management Yes No Yes Single Interface for Unified Physical and Virtual Machine Management Yes No Yes Live move (move of running VM between identical systems) No Yes (VMware VMotion) Yes Performance statistics physical server Yes No Yes Performance statistics virtual server Yes Yes Yes Initiation of VMotion upon receipt of a hardware pre-failure alert Yes No Yes High availability Yes (to a pre-designated host Failed Host Recovery) Yes (to the most suitable host VMware HA) Yes Load balancing Yes (limited to a pre-designated host ) Yes (VMware DRS) Yes P2V (Physical to Virtual) Yes Yes Yes V2P (Virtual to Physical) Yes No Yes
    • 186. HP ProLiant Servers & VMware Training Blades/Insight Control Environment HE642AAE Introduction to HP BladeSystem HF837s 2 days HP BladeSystem Virtual Connect Implementation www.hp.nl/education - 020 547 7666 web-based training VMware Administration & Operations (VCP) VMware Certified Professional VMware VI3: Fast Track Programme v3.5 HF800s 5 days VMware VI3: Deploy, Secure, Analyze v3.5 HB934s 4 days VMware VI3: Install and Configure v3.5 HB513s 4 days OR VMware VI3.5: What’s New HF840s 1 day VMware Capacity Planner (partners only) HE633s 2 days Implementing HP Insight Control for VMware VI3 HB514s 1 day VMware VCP Certification Preparation HB515sR 2 Hrs VMware VI3: Skills for Operators v3.5 U8691s 2 days VMware VI3: Overview HB932s 1 day HE643s 2 days Insight Control Environment for BladeSystems HE644s 4 days Managing and monitoring Insight Control Environment (SIM) U8695AAE Introduction to HP Systems Insight Manager HE646s 3 days HP BladeSystem administration Deploying and updating Insight Control Environment (RDP) HE645s 3 days (VCP) VMware Certified Professional VMware VI3: Fast Track Programme v3.5 HF800s 5 days VMware VI3: Deploy, Secure, Analyze v3.5 HB934s 4 days VMware VI3: Install and Configure v3.5 HB513s 4 days OR VMware VI3.5: What’s New HF840s 1 day VMware Capacity Planner (partners only) HE633s 2 days Implementing HP Insight Control for VMware VI3 HB514s 1 day VMware VCP Certification Preparation HB515sR 2 Hrs VMware VI3: Skills for Operators v3.5 U8691s 2 days VMware VI3: Overview HB932s 1 day VMware Virtual Desktop Manager HB516s 4 days
    • 187. HP Services
    • 188. An HP differentiator. . . providing customer value Customer site with HP Factory Express Customer site without HP Factory Express Customer site with HP Factory Express and on site implementation and support services Pre-priced, pre-packaged flexible portfolio of configured, customized and integrated factory solutions and deployment services
    • 189. Software support and combination hardware and software support options HP OpenView HP Serviceguard HP ProLiant Essentials
      • Software Updates
      • HP and selected third parties
      • Rights to new versions
      • Product & document updates
      • Software Support
      • Software updates selected third parties
      • Software tech assistance
      • 9x5 or 24x7
      • 2 hr response
      • Support Plus
      • Support Plus 24
      • HW 4 hr response
      • Software tech assistance
      • 2 hr response
      • 13x5 or 24x7 coverage
      • HP Proactive 24 Service
      • HW 4 hr response
      • Software tech assistance
      • 2 hr response
      • Service account manager
      • Support planning
      • System Health Check
      • SW update
      • Remote diagnosis
      • 24x7 coverage
      • HP Critical Service
      • Named tech account team
      • Support planning
      • Proactive services
      • Change management
      • 6 hr CTR HW
      • Software tech assistance
      • Immediate response for critical problems
      • SW updates
      • Remote diagnosis
      • 24x7 coverage
    • 190. Carepacks
    • 191.