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iSCSI
Una forma sencilla de consolidar
servidores
2.- Consolidar almacenamiento
WAN
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iSCSI: Posicionamiento
 ¿Qué es iSCSI?
– Una forma sencilla de gestionar y ...
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Arquitecturas tradicionales de almacenamiento
 SAN Consolidación de
Almacen...
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Nuevas arquitecturas de almacenamiento
 iSCSI permite low-cost SANs:
– Alta...
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Application Solutions: Donde otros no llegan
Exchang
e
SQL
Oracle
•Microsoft...
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iSCSI Conceptos básicos
iSCSI initiator
Software (NIC)
Hardware (TOE)
Operat...
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• Añade un NS40, NS80 o Cx Combo a la infraestructura
• Almacenamiento de fi...
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Microsoft + iSCSI: Exchange, SQLServer
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iSCSI VSS Soportado por Windows 2003
 Completa Funcionalidad VSS
– Crear, ...
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Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI
Consolidación
Centralizac...
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Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI
Consolidación
Centralizac...
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Exchange Environment: Sin Consolidación
 Cientos o miles de
mailboxes en m...
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Internal/DASiSCSI block access
EMC Consolidación Solución para Exchange
 C...
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MSCS Cluster
Alta Disponibilidad para Exchange Clustering
 MSCS: Microsoft...
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Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI
Consolidación
Centralizac...
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Tape
library
Backup
server
MSCS Cluster
Celerra
LAN
Outlook users’
file cli...
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Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI
Consolidación
Centralizac...
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Archivado: Mejor Economía, Mejor Nivel de Servicio
 Automáticamente utiliz...
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EmailXtender’s EmailXtract automaticamente crea shortcuts para archivar
mes...
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Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI
Consolidación
Centralizac...
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Protección Automática, Simplificado Disaster Recovery
 Protección Automáti...
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CLARiiON CX3:
UltraScale: Novedades
 CLARiiON CX3-20 y CX3-40 con Fibre...
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Familia CLARiiON i-SCSI de EMC
Funcionalidad de software comprobada
F A M I...
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  • Note to Presenter: Present to customers and prospects to provide them with a high-level overview of EMC’s iSCSI offerings.
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    iSCSI
    May 2005
    IP storage delivers the ability to connect servers and storage using traditional IP networking. It provides a cost-effective connectivity option to enable affordable storage consolidation for some applications.
    IP storage has evolved over the last few years, and EMC has played a key part in helping its customers implement and deploy IP storage. EMC has established itself as an industry leader for the provision of IP-based storage solutions, which include best-of-breed platforms, powerful storage software, and a complete range of Services and expertise to help customers deploy IP storage.
  • Traditionally, users had choices to make when purchasing networked storage. SAN was optimal for high-performance and transactional applications that were block-oriented. NAS was best for collaborative applications, leveraging the existing IP networking technology.
    However, block-oriented applications with moderate performance typically missed out on the benefits of storage consolidation. Some customers implemented block-oriented applications (e.g., databases) on NAS solely to get the benefits of storage consolidation.
  • iSCSI extends today’s traditional networked storage deployment models. Because it uses standard IP networking as the interconnect between servers and storage, iSCSI offers much of the traditional value of SAN consolidation, but at the traditionally lower cost of NAS consolidation. Bandwidth can be shared via virtual LANs (VLANs).
    iSCSI ushers in a new set of dynamics that puts the benefits of consolidated storage well within reach of many current DAS deployments. If you’re looking to constrain your costs and your applications don’t have stringent performance requirements, iSCSI may be the ideal choice for you.
    EMC offers a full line of iSCSI platforms to fit a wide range of needs in this type of environment—from the entry level to the enterprise.
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    iSCSI
    May 2005
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    iSCSI
    May 2005
    The Internet SCSI (iSCSI) protocol is a means of transporting SCSI packets over TCP/IP. iSCSI works by encapsulating SCSI commands into TCP and transporting them over an IP network. As iSCSI traffic is IP-based, it can be routed or switched on standard Ethernet equipment.
    The three basic components of the iSCSI environment are:
    Initiator
    Target
    Logical Unit Numbers (LUNs)
    iSCSI is a client-server architecture. Clients of a iSCSI interface, typically hosts running a general-purpose operating system (Windows, Linux, UNIX), are called "initiators." iSCSI initiators can use traditional Ethernet adaptor network-interface cards (NICS) on the host (which is sometimes called a “software initiator”). Through the use of iSCSI drivers on the host, a NIC can transmit packets of block-level data over an IP network. When using a NIC, the server handles the packet creation of block-level data and performs all TCP/IP processing.
    The TCP/IP processing-performance bottleneck has been the driving force behind the development of TCP/IP offload engines (TOE) on adapter cards (sometimes called “hardware initiators”). A TOE removes the TCP/IP processing from the host CPU. Thus, a TCP/IP offload storage NIC operates more like a storage HBA rather than like a standard NIC.
    Initiators issue SCSI "commands" to request services from a server known as a “target”—the other endpoint. A target can contain multiple Logical Units (LUs). Each LU has an address within a target called a Logical Unit Number, or LUN. There are multiple types of iSCSI targets:
    iSCSI target gateways (sometimes called “iSCSI bridges”) convert the protocol from iSCSI to Fibre Channel.
    iSCSI target on NAS (sometimes called “emulated iSCSI”) supports both file protocols (NFS, CFS) as well as iSCSI. Typically, in iSCSI, LUNs are implemented as files on the NAS device.
    iSCSI target arrays (sometimes called “native iSCSI”) are storage devices that can be accessed directly using the iSCSI protocol.
  • Many of you have already implemented Network Attached and Storage Area Network products because of the consolidation benefits they offered for .
    This first occurred with the file sharing and Networked file benefits that Celerra offers. This, as was just alluded to, was done to aggregate your storage to a single highly available platform that also provides functionality for remote replication and aids in the areas of management for backups and other administrative processes.
    Some of you may be SAN customers that are here to understand the benefits of NAS and how they might be beneficial in your environment to meet a particular need within your organization. If that is the case then your environment may look like the diagram on the screen with many file servers, all attached to local or Just a Bunch of Disk (JBOD) devices.
    In this case there are very real benefits that can be achieved by moving to NAS for file sharing. I have already touched upon a few, but they can really be summed up as flexibility and manageability. The Celerra supports many of the tools that make you and your organizations successful today and enhances them with a full suite of software functionality to create an end-to-end solution to support your corporate polocies.
    That’s just for file sharing!
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    DART conforms to the Microsoft Standard for Snapshot (called VSS Provider) functionality, so Celerra SnapSure for iSCSI LUNs can be managed by standard Microsoft applications such as Exchange 2003. This provides a consistent copy of Windows application data with application running and files open, using the standard Microsoft interface and administrative tools.
    For example, with Exchange 2003, the VSS Writer would be the Exchange server, and the VSS Requestor would be the Exchange 2003 Manager application that defines and coordinates the snaps (“shadow copies”). This allows a standard API for Exchange Manager to access the SnapSure for iSCSI functionality. The NS Series system becomes the VSS Provider.
    Celerra SnapSure for iSCSI LUNs and Celerra Replicator for iSCSI are both managed by EMC Replication Manager/SE.
  • When thinking about application solutions, Exchange 2003 in this example, there are four basic categories of solutions and opportunities.
    The first area to consider for your Exchange solution is consolidation. As indicated on this slide, consolidation is the centralization of information storage and management.
    The second area of consideration is backup. It is critical that companies have high-speed database backup and recovery available in order to adequately support their e-mail environments.
    Archive is the third category. Archive is important to many customers in that it is key to freeing up primary storage through moving less-frequently-used information to more economical devices.
    Finally, protection of your e-mail environment from disasters will provide business protection via remote disaster recovery.
    We will examine what EMC can do for your Exchange environment across these four categories in more detail throughout this presentation.
  • When thinking about application solutions, Exchange 2003 in this example, there are four basic categories of solutions and opportunities.
    The first area to consider for your Exchange solution is consolidation. As indicated on this slide, consolidation is the centralization of information storage and management.
    The second area of consideration is backup. It is critical that companies have high-speed database backup and recovery available in order to adequately support their e-mail environments.
    Archive is the third category. Archive is important to many customers in that it is key to freeing up primary storage through moving less-frequently-used information to more economical devices.
    Finally, protection of your e-mail environment from disasters will provide business protection via remote disaster recovery.
    We will examine what EMC can do for your Exchange environment across these four categories in more detail throughout this presentation.
  • The environment depicted on this slide is typical for Exchange: There are numerous Exchange servers. You will note the each server has its own internal storage that is being used to storage e-mail messages and attachments.
    This environment is difficult to manage, and resources are not easily shared. For example, imagine that you are running out of storage space on one server. You cannot make use of extra storage capacity on any other servers. As a result, you urgently need to add storage to a particular server—often causing downtime for your e-mail users.
    Of course, there are similar problems in trying to balance performance between the servers. Although this scenario is typical of many Exchange environments, it is limited in its ability to grow, difficult to scale, and expensive to manage.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    With the introduction of the Celerra, the complexity of the environment is greatly reduced. Here, the locally-attached disks from all the Exchange servers are consolidated within the Celerra. This consolidated environment scales easily as your Exchange environment grows.
    Note that all storage capacity is now available to all servers, so adding storage capacity is more economical. Assigning new capacity to a server no longer disruptive, is managed centrally, and is better protected. The Celerra NS Series storage system is connected to the server network and uses iSCSI protocol, meaning that the Exchange servers see the Celerra as local disk. Microsoft supports the use of iSCSI for Exchange 2003.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    Clustering is an excellent way to increase your service levels and availability for e-mail, which continues to grow in importance to the business.
    Note to Presenter: Microsoft MSCS and EMC support from two up to a maximum of eight node clusters.
    Link to EMC NAS Support Matrix on Powerlink: http://powerlink.emc.com/km/live1/en_US/Offering_Technical/Interoperability_Matrix/NASSupportMatrix.pdf
    Link to Microsoft hardware compatibility list (HCL): http://www.microsoft.com/windows/catalog/server/default.aspx?subID=22&xslt=detail&pgn=F1D81849-0A14-7891-200D-F2E877FF40B1
    Navigational path: http://www.microsoft.com
    Search for “Hardware Compatibility List” (aka, “HCL”).
    Select the Windows 2003 server option.
    Select the Hardware tab.
    Select “Cluster Solutions” from the left navigational bar.
    Search on “Celerra.”
  • When thinking about application solutions, Exchange 2003 in this example, there are four basic categories of solutions and opportunities.
    The first area to consider for your Exchange solution is consolidation. As indicated on this slide, consolidation is the centralization of information storage and management.
    The second area of consideration is backup. It is critical that companies have high-speed database backup and recovery available in order to adequately support their e-mail environments.
    Archive is the third category. Archive is important to many customers in that it is key to freeing up primary storage through moving less-frequently-used information to more economical devices.
    Finally, protection of your e-mail environment from disasters will provide business protection via remote disaster recovery.
    We will examine what EMC can do for your Exchange environment across these four categories in more detail throughout this presentation.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    Note that we have added MSCS clusters into the consolidated Celerra environment that we saw earlier. Additionally, EMC uses Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Services (VSS) to create checkpoints without disrupting access to Exchange. Imagine being able to get a disk image of your Exchange environment in just seconds without even stopping Exchange. Checkpoints can be used as the source data for your tape-backup operations, so you no longer have to wait for tape backup to complete.
    In addition to using checkpoints to support traditional backup applications, EMC recommends that you take checkpoints of all your data periodically. This is a great way to restore files without having to go to tape. Many existing EMC customers are doing this three times a day—at 10:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m., for example.
    Local disk-based backups can also be used directly to speed restores for corrupt or damaged Exchange databases. Backup can be performed directly using the NetWorker Module for Exchange Server, which performs a VSS backup, using either tape or ATA disk drives as the target location.
    Note to Presenter: Single-mailbox recovery is from leading software vendors, such as Quest and OnTrack.
  • When thinking about application solutions, Exchange 2003 in this example, there are four basic categories of solutions and opportunities.
    The first area to consider for your Exchange solution is consolidation. As indicated on this slide, consolidation is the centralization of information storage and management.
    The second area of consideration is backup. It is critical that companies have high-speed database backup and recovery available in order to adequately support their e-mail environments.
    Archive is the third category. Archive is important to many customers in that it is key to freeing up primary storage through moving less-frequently-used information to more economical devices.
    Finally, protection of your e-mail environment from disasters will provide business protection via remote disaster recovery.
    We will examine what EMC can do for your Exchange environment across these four categories in more detail throughout this presentation.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    EMC Solutions for Exchange 2003 allow you to automatically manage stored e-mails, thus increasing the productivity of your end users by saving them from having to spend time managing their .pst files locally. This also reduces the risk of data loss and speeds eDiscovery. The Centera satisfies governance requirements for content authenticity.
    Here we have the Celerra consolidated storage environment, with the addition of EmailXtender software as well as the Centera Content Addressed Storage (CAS) system. EmailXtender will follow policies that you create to automatically archive e-mail messages and attachments off the primary storage onto long-term storage in the Centera. This means that Exchange storage becomes more economical as you archive off primary storage, yet the e-mails are still seamlessly accessible to your users. Policies can be created to ensure that corporate-governance and compliance mandates are being met.
    DiskXtender can be added to the EmailXtender server, or installed on a separate server. It provides the capability to move archive databases to ATA disk drives or to the Centera 4-Node platform. DiskXtender has a set of user-defined policies that facilitate the automated movement of files from one class of storage to another.
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    May 2005
    Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    This is an example of what happens when an e-mail message is “shortcutted.” EmailXtender creates a shortcut to the attachment on the primary storage system and moves the attachment to the archive, an EMC Centera storage system. This is entirely automatic and seamless to the e-mail users, yet this can lead to great cost saving for your organization.
    By shortcutting attachments, you can reduce your messaging-server storage needs by 60–80%.
  • When thinking about application solutions, Exchange 2003 in this example, there are four basic categories of solutions and opportunities.
    The first area to consider for your Exchange solution is consolidation. As indicated on this slide, consolidation is the centralization of information storage and management.
    The second area of consideration is backup. It is critical that companies have high-speed database backup and recovery available in order to adequately support their e-mail environments.
    Archive is the third category. Archive is important to many customers in that it is key to freeing up primary storage through moving less-frequently-used information to more economical devices.
    Finally, protection of your e-mail environment from disasters will provide business protection via remote disaster recovery.
    We will examine what EMC can do for your Exchange environment across these four categories in more detail throughout this presentation.
  • Note to Presenter: View in Slide Show mode for animation.
    EMC Solutions for Exchange 2003 provides the following benefits:
    Provides fast, reliable remote recovery of your critical business data
    Delivers long-distance disaster recovery with asynchronous, near-time, server-based replication
    Satisfies internal or regulatory compliance with rapid failover/failback capabilities
  • Los nuevos sistemas CLARiiON CX3-20 y CX3-40 brindan soporte simultáneo de Fibre Channel e iSCSI dentro del mismo arreglo de discos para ofrecer nuevos niveles de flexibilidad del almacenamiento de información en niveles. Los sistemas Fibre Channel/iSCSI CLARiiON CX3-20 y CX3-40 ofrecen ocho puertos iSCSI de 1 Gb/s adicionales a la cantidad estándar de puertos Fibre Channel en los arreglos de discos CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale. Los nuevos sistemas Fibre Channel/iSCSI constituyen un diferenciador competitivo que permitirá a EMC acelerar el crecimiento en el mercado de almacenamiento de información a través de IP de rápido crecimiento.
    Navisphere Quality of Service Manager es un nuevo producto de software que ofrece administración de niveles de servicio basada en aplicaciones para los arreglos de discos de la serie CLARiiON CX y CX3 UltraScale. Con Navisphere Quality of Service Manager, puede:
    Monitorear y lograr los objetivos de performance para las aplicaciones
    Programar políticas definidas por el usuario que asignan recursos del sistema en forma dinámica para cumplir los niveles de servicio
    Obtener los beneficios de la consolidación a la vez que optimiza el performance de aplicaciones de misión crítica
    También están disponibles muchas mejoras nuevas de software que ofrecen facilidad de uso, disponibilidad, seguridad, replicación y escalabilidad mejoradas. Estas mejoras se basan en los comentarios directos de los clientes y están disponibles para todos los clientes de CLARiiON cuando hacen upgrade a FLARE 24, que se puede ejecutar en la serie CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale y en sistemas CLARiiON CX300, CX500 y CX700.
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    iSCSI
    May 2005
    Nota para el orador: haga clic en modo de presentación de diapositivas para ver la animación.
    La familia CLARiiON de EMC establece el estándar para el networked storage (almacenamiento de información); y en 2005, CLARiiON se posicionó claramente como la plataforma líder en preferencia para el almacenamiento de información de rango medio. Ofrece el rendimiento optimizado, escalabilidad y capacidades avanzadas que su negocio necesita para administrar los siempre crecientes volúmenes de datos mientras le ayuda a continuar satisfaciendo los exigentes niveles de servicio de hoy.
    Nota para el orador: haga clic ahora en modo de presentación de diapositivas para ver la animación.
    En el año 2006, EMC sigue subiendo la vara al introducir nuevas plataformas que ofrecen una completa gama de plataformas de almacenamiento de información rentables y fáciles de usar. Entre las nuevas plataformas se incluyen el CLARiiON AX150, un sistema de networked storage rentable y de fácil uso como nivel de entrada; la Biblioteca de Discos CLARiiON DL210, un nuevo punto de entrada de una solución de backup en disco simple de implementar y fácil de usar; y la serie CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale.
    La serie CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale es la plataforma de almacenamiento de información CLARiiON CX de tercera generación. La combinación exclusiva de diseño de una arquitectura innovadora con capacidades avanzadas de software permite a la serie CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale satisfacer los creciente desafíos de TI de las empresas medianas y grandes de hoy, escalando la capacidad y el rendimiento del sistema, simplificando la administración en entornos complejos y brindando mayores niveles de disponibilidad de la información y protección para aplicaciones y datos críticos.
  • Thank you.
  • 2 presentación i-scsi nov 2006

    1. 1. 1© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. iSCSI Una forma sencilla de consolidar servidores
    2. 2. 2.- Consolidar almacenamiento WAN
    3. 3. 3© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. iSCSI: Posicionamiento  ¿Qué es iSCSI? – Una forma sencilla de gestionar y consolidar el almacenamiento de servidores departamentales en un almacenamiento centralizado.  ¿Para que sirve iSCSI? – Conecta servidores con sus discos de la misma manera que hace una FC SAN tradicional pero utilizando tecnología de red Ethernet TCP/IP  ¿Dónde iSCSI? – Entornos Windows – Entornos Linux – Entornos Novell Netware  ¿Que ventajas tiene iSCSI? – Facilita enormemente los procesos de instalación y gestión del servicio – Sencillez de configuración en cliente y servidor – Efectivo en precio (No HBA, No Licencias, No SAN Switches) – Rendimiento más que suficiente para muchas aplicaciones: Exchange, MSFT SQL, etc… – Facilita mucho la adopción de tecnolgías de virtualización: Vmware 3
    4. 4. 4© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Arquitecturas tradicionales de almacenamiento  SAN Consolidación de Almacenamiento – Usa red Fibre Channel – Alto Rendimiento – Ancho de Banda Dedicado – Coste elevado  NAS Consolidación file-server – Compartición de Aplicaciones de Ficheros – Usa red IP compartido – Rendimiento Moderado – Bandwidth compartido – Coste Bajo DAS Servidores y Aplicaciones tiered storage SAN (Fibre Channel) NAS (IP)
    5. 5. 5© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Nuevas arquitecturas de almacenamiento  iSCSI permite low-cost SANs: – Alta disponibilidad – Uso Elevado – Control Centralizado – Funcionalidad de Almacenamiento  Entorno Objetivo: – Moderado rendimiento – Coste Bajo de Conexión – Exchange, SQL, Linux aplicaciones – Usa red IP existenete – Comparte el Ancho de Banda iSCSI usa las redes existentes para ofrecer una conectividad low-cost para consolidación iSCSI (IP) Servidores y Aplicaciones Tiered storage SAN (Fibre Channel) NAS (IP)
    6. 6. 6© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Application Solutions: Donde otros no llegan Exchang e SQL Oracle •Microsoft almacena Exchange en EMC •Arquitectura Referencia •Dedicated Microsoft Practice (Internosis) •Microsoft Supported Async Solutions •Microsoft elige EMC cuando desarrolla SQL Server 2005 •EMC Mejor Almacenamiento SQL Server Magazine readers •Virtual LUNs = ILM para SQL Server •Aislamiento Físico de Test/Dev •Oracle elige EMC para probar 10g Grid y best practices – Project MegaGrid •40,000 Joint Oracle/EMC customers, incluidas 90 De las 100 Fortune •Oracle elige EMC NAS como el leader para Grid Control Integration
    7. 7. 7© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. iSCSI Conceptos básicos iSCSI initiator Software (NIC) Hardware (TOE) Operating system Windows Linux UNIX IP Network Fibre Channel LUNiSCSI Target iSCSI on NAS Storage LUNiSCSI Target Array iSCSI Target Gateway
    8. 8. 8© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. • Añade un NS40, NS80 o Cx Combo a la infraestructura • Almacenamiento de ficheros puede consolidarse en el NS y los servidores de ficheros eliminados o recolocados • Almacenamiento para las BD Pueden consolidarse via i-scsi en lugar de una SAN fibre-channel • Ficheros son accesibles • con CIFS o NFS; • Databases son accesibles via iSCSI; Celerra /Cx -iSCSI Exchange Server File Server SQL Server File Server Small / Medium Business or Regional Branch Windows users CIFSNFS Unix users iSCSI iSCSI
    9. 9. 9© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft + iSCSI: Exchange, SQLServer
    10. 10. 10© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. iSCSI VSS Soportado por Windows 2003  Completa Funcionalidad VSS – Crear, Borar snapshots – Shadow Copy Importación deLUN locales o remotas – Integración con EMC Replication Manager/SE  Soporte de Snapshot Windows 2003 – Exchange 2003 – SQL Server 2000  Gestión de Snapshot: – Exchange 2003 Manager – SQL Server 2000 Manager – Microsoft backup – EMC backup – VERITAS backup Interoperability Windows 2003 Server Celerra SnapSure iSCSI Target Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) SnapAPI DLL iSCSI Initiator Celerra iSCSI VSS Provider Other VSS Providers Exchange 2003 Manager SQL 2000 Manager Backup Utilities Exchange 2003 SQL Server 2000 WritersRequestors
    11. 11. 11© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI Consolidación Centralización del almacenamiento y gestión Backup High-speed database backup y recovery Archivado Libera el almacenamiento Primario y archiva en dispositivos más económicos Protección Remote disaster recovery
    12. 12. 12© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI Consolidación Centralización del almacenamiento y gestión Backup High-speed database backup y recovery Archivado Libera el almacenamiento Primario y archiva en dispositivos más económicos Protección Remote disaster recovery
    13. 13. 13© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Exchange Environment: Sin Consolidación  Cientos o miles de mailboxes en múltiples Servidores Exchange  Terabytes de DAS utilizadas ineficientemente  Limitado Crecimiento y Escalabilidad  Incapaz de proporcionar los requisitos de mantenimiento Internal/DAS storage Exchange servers LAN Outlook users’ file clients Exchange servers
    14. 14. 14© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Internal/DASiSCSI block access EMC Consolidación Solución para Exchange  Consolidar todo el Almacenamiento Exchange en Celerra – Almacenar los datos de Exchange sobre iSCSI  Celerra NS-40 escala a cientos de usuarios Exchange  La capacidad de Almacenamiento está disponible para todos los servidores Exchange según la necesiten.  La gestión del Almacenamiento es Centralizada  Menos coste para gestionar  Nenor disrupción en los servicios Celerra LAN Outlook users’ file clients Exchange servers
    15. 15. 15© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. MSCS Cluster Alta Disponibilidad para Exchange Clustering  MSCS: Microsoft Cluster Server – Microsoft iSCSI v2.02 – MPIO y MCS probados  Usuarios Outlook permanecen conectados cuando el primario servidor Exchange falla – Probado y Validado – NIC/network path/Datamover/Cluster failover  Celerra-iSCSI esta qualificada para MSCS – Windows Logo Certified – Soporte de 8-node clusters – Celerra en Microsoft MSCS Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) LAN Outlook users’ file clients Celerra Exchange servers Heartbeat iSCSI block access
    16. 16. 16© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI Consolidación Centralización del almacenamiento y gestión Backup High-speed database backup y recovery Archivado Libera el almacenamiento Primario y archiva en dispositivos más económicos Protección Remote disaster recovery
    17. 17. 17© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Tape library Backup server MSCS Cluster Celerra LAN Outlook users’ file clients Point-in-time checkpoint iSCSI block access Exchange servers Nondisruptive Backup and High-Speed Recovery  Backup basado en Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Services (VSS)-based elimimina la disrupción  Reduce backups y restores a segundos – Todo SQL Server 2000/2005 y volúmenes NTFS  Verificación Automática del Backup  Recuperación Instánea point in time recovery  Acelera Roll-Forward Restore  Recuperación Instánea Mailbox-Level Usando EMC NetWorker y Replication Manager/SE Replication Manager/SE Replication Manager/SE
    18. 18. 18© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI Consolidación Centralización del almacenamiento y gestión Backup High-speed database backup y recovery Archivado Libera el almacenamiento Primario y archiva en dispositivos más económicos Protección Remote disaster recovery
    19. 19. 19© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Archivado: Mejor Economía, Mejor Nivel de Servicio  Automáticamente utiliza la plataforma más efectiva  Mantiene e-mail online para una mayor accesibilidad  Proporciona compliance y eDiscovery  Soporta mailboxes sin límites  Elimina personal .pst files  Reduce el volumen de backup Usando EMC EmailXtender, DiskXtender, y Centera Tape library Backup server MSCS Cluster Celerra Outlook users’ file clients Reclaimed free space E-mails Servers Centera EmailXtenderEmailXtender LAN
    20. 20. 20© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EmailXtender’s EmailXtract automaticamente crea shortcuts para archivar messages/attachments basado en reglas de negocio… y elimina el attachments original del servidor e-mail EmailXtender Shortcuts Reduce Message Storage Size Message Server E-mail Archive Server User’s in-box Message 1 Jan. 1, 2003 to: Rick Subject: FY2003 Attached: Message 2 Jan. 1, 2004 to: Ron Subject: ESG Attached: Message 3 Jan. 1, 2005 to: Bill Subject: Training Archive Message 1 Jan. 1, 2003 to: Rick Subject: FY2003 Attached: Message 2 Jan. 1, 2004 to: Ron Subject: ESG Attached: Message 3 Jan. 1, 2005 to: Bill Subject: Training Shortcut Shortcut Shortcut Espacio Ahorrado en el servidor de e-mail es 60–80%
    21. 21. 21© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Soluciones EMC para Exchange 2003/NS Series iSCSI Consolidación Centralización del almacenamiento y gestión Backup High-speed database backup y recovery Archivado Libera el almacenamiento Primario y archiva en dispositivos más económicos Protección Remote disaster recovery
    22. 22. 22© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Protección Automática, Simplificado Disaster Recovery  Protección Automática – Utiliza las redes IP existentes, LAN, or WAN – Proporciona protección asíncrona real-time – Replica Exchange para disaster recovery – Actualizaciones Incrementales de ficheros evitan el impacto en los servidores y red  Soportado por Microsoft – Replicación Asíncrona de Exchange – Crea copias point-in-time en sistemas remotos usando Microsoft VSS  Failover automático del servidor – Proporciona una copia casi-real-time – Asegura una Disponibilidad automática en caso de fallo. – Proporciona réplicas consistentes usando Microsoft VSS – Remapea las direcciones IP automáticamente – Aisla a los usuarios de las operaciones de recuperación  Simple failback – Devuelve las operaciones al Primario de una forma Transparente Disaster- recovery Celerra/Cxi Disaster- recovery Exchange server Primary Exchange server iSCSI Primary Celerra/ CXi LAN Usando EMC RepliStor EMC RepliStorEMC RepliStor iSCSI
    23. 23. 23© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 12 CLARiiON CX3: UltraScale: Novedades  CLARiiON CX3-20 y CX3-40 con Fibre Channel e iSCSI – Soporte simultáneo de Fibre Channel e iSCSI dentro del mismo entorno – Nuevos niveles de flexibilidad del almacenamiento de información en niveles – Performance de Fibre Channel e iSCSI líder en la industria  Navisphere Quality of Service Manager – Nuevo producto de software basado en CLARiiON para optimizar el performance – Cumpla los niveles de performance de aplicaciones de acuerdo con los niveles de servicio  Mejoras adicionales de software con FLARE 24 – Navisphere Task Bar reduce la cantidad de pasos necesarios para tareas comunes en un 70% – Disponibilidad, seguridad, replicación y escalabilidad CX3-20  128 hosts de alta disponibilidad  Cuatro puertos de host Fibre Channel  Ocho puertos iSCSI  Hasta 59 TB CX3-40  128 hosts de alta disponibilidad  Cuatro puertos de host Fibre Channel  Ocho puertos iSCSI  Hasta 119 TB Ethernet SAN iSCSI
    24. 24. 24© 2005 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Familia CLARiiON i-SCSI de EMC Funcionalidad de software comprobada F A M I L I A C L A R i i O N 2 0 0 5 F A M I L I A C L A R i i O N 2 0 0 6 C O M P L E T A G A M A D E P L A T A F O R M A S D E A L M A C E N A M I E N T O D E I N F O R M A C I Ó N R E N T A B L E S Y F Á C I L E S D E U S A R © Copyright 2006 EMC Corporation. Todos los derechos reservados. AX150i Serie CLARiiON AX NS40/G NS80/G Serie CLARiiON NS Serie CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale CX3-20c CX3-40c CX3-80 Nuevo Nuevo Nuevo

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