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HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
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HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
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HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
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HDS-Brocade Joint Solutions Reference Guide
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  • 1. Hitachi-Brocade: Joint Solutions Reference Guide Steve Lee – OEM Solution SalesThis is a condensed version of our joint Sales Playbook. Please email to receivethe full power point edition. Please use the dynamic link based menu to navigate. 1
  • 2. MAIN MENU CLICK ON A SOLUTION VM VM VMCloud Optimized SAN Storage Virtualization Server Virtualization Replication over Fabric Based Fabric Adapters Distance Encryption (FC/LAN/FCoE/iSCSI) Unified Network FICON Digital Surveillance 10GbE DCB FCoE HBAs Management Lossless iSCSI Cloud Infrastructure Alignment Why VSP, USP + Brocade DCX Product Portfolio Why AMS + Brocade Switches Brocade Contacts © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 3. Click for Main MenuHitachi Solutions for the Infrastructure CloudPowered by Brocade Data Center Fabrics Traditional IT Private Cloud Delivery Public Cloud Hitachi Infrastructure-as-a-Service Managed Services Hitachi Converged Solutions Application Solution Focused Cloud Fast Track Unified Compute Platform Compute Platforms Block Storage File & Content Core Platforms Embedded Embedded DCX/8510 VDX – 10GbE FC TI-24X Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Alignment DCB iSCSI Compute Blade 320 Compute Blade 2000 © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 4. Click for Main MenuTRADITIONAL IT MODEL VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM SAN © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 5. Click for Main MenuCONVERGED IT MODEL CLOUD APPLICATION OPTIMIZED ORCHESTRATION CONVERGED SOLUTIONS © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 6. Click for Main MenuVM VM VM SERVER VIRTUALIZATION SOLUTIONS VMware Hyper-V Site Recovery Manager Live Migration Over Distance BC/DR Solution Solution Coming Soon Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 7. Click for Main Menu Contacts FIELD SALES Contacts Mike Kearney Bernd Wachtler Shan Tan OEM Sales Manager, Americas OEM Sales Manager, EMEA OEM Sales Manager, APAC mkearney@brocade.com Bernd.Wachtler@brocade.com Shan.Tan@brocade.com Mike Boetel Joe Hickey Thomas Liew Alliance Manager, Americas - West Alliance Manager, Americas - East Alliance Manager, APAC mike.boetel@hds.com joseph.hickey@hds.com Thomas.Liew@hds.com CORPORATE Contacts Will Corrigan Steve Lee SE Team Global Sales Exec Global OEM Sales Rep / Playbook Owner Brocade Dedicated HDS SE s William.corrigan@brocade.com Lsteven@brocade.com HDS-SE@brocade.com David Williams Global Alliance Manager – Data Networks david.e.williams@hds.com© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 8. Click for Main Menu Product Portfolio - FC Brocade DCX 8510 Family (16Gbps in 4 & 8 Slot) Enterprise Brocade DCX Backbone & DCX-4S VSP BES FS8-18 Blade Brocade 5300 VSP 48, 64, 80 ports Brocade 6510 (16Gbps) 7800 FX8-24 Blade AMS2500 (w/ PODs) 24-48 ports Brocade 5100 24, 32, 40 ports Brocade 6505 (16Gbps) AMS2300 (w/ PODs) 12-24 ports Brocade 300 AMS2100 8, 16, 24 ports Midrange© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 9. Click for Main Menu Product Portfolio - IP FCoE/DCB Brocade VDX 6720 Enterprise Solutions VSP 40, 50, 60 ports 8000 FCOE10-24 Blade VDX 6730 DCB iSCSI/NAS/FCoE/IP LAN Brocade VDX 6720 Brocade TurboIron Clustered HNAS IP Interconnect AMS2500 16, 24 ports 10GbE DCB iSCSI/NAS/FCoE/IP LAN AMS2300 Brocade TurboIron* 24 ports 10GbE Ethernet iSCSI/NAS/LAN IP AMS2100 Midrange * Denotes Future Release/Supportability© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 10. BROCADE DCX WITH HITACHIVIRTUAL STORAGE PLATFORM© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 10
  • 11. Click for Main Menu Closing the Operational Gap 4x performance 2x performance 30% less cost 40% higher density 6X power efficiency 40% lower power Five 9s+ reliability 100% availability Vision Vision 11© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company ProprietaryUse Only Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL—For Internal Information 3/9/2012 3/9/2012
  • 12. BROCADE NETWORKING FOR HITACHI CUSTOMERSBACKBONE FOR THE INFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD Hyper-Scale Geo & Metro Fabric-Based Ethernet Server I/O Unified Network SANS Connectivity Encryption Fabric Consolidation Management© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information © 2011
  • 13. Click for Main Menu The Brocade DCX Backbone FCoE Encryption Extension DCX 8Gbps Platform Blade Blade Blade 16, 32, 48 & 64 port 8Gbps Blades 4 or 8 slot 8Gbps Backbone Chassis DCX 16Gbps Platform Encryption Extension 32 & 48 port 16Gbps Blades Blade Blade 4 or 8 slot 16Gbps Backbone Chassis 3/9/2012 13© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 14. Click for Main MenuHitachi and Brocade Enable End-to-end Virtualization VM VM VM Virtualized 3rd party Storage LEGACY SAN ISLAND LEGACY SAN ISLAND 16Gb SAN Server Virtualization Hyper Scale SAN LEGACY Storage Virtualization SAN ISLAND Consolidate, Virtualize, Optimize, Maximize © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012
  • 15. BROCADE FC SWITCHESWITH HITACHI MODULARSTORAGE© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 15
  • 16. Click for Main Menu Brocade 16 Gbps Fibre Channel Switch • A simpler way to build your SAN Brocade 6505 • Installs in three easy steps using Brocade EZSwitchSetup • Simplifies and centralizes management through Brocade Network Advisor • Leverages Brocade Access Gateway for simple server connectivity and SAN scalability • Enterprise features at an entry-level price • Leverages Fibre Channel technology that is proven in 90 percent of Fortune 1000 data centers • Features enhanced diagnostics and RAS functionality to help minimize downtime • 24-port FC switch at 16 Gbps • Maximizes availability with redundant, hot-pluggable components and non-disruptive software upgrades • Supports 2G/4G/8G/10G/16G • Flexibility to grow your business on your terms speeds with the following optics: • Enables “pay-as-you-grow” scalability from 12 to 24 ports • 16 Gbps optics – 4/8/16 Gbps • Maximizes resiliency with optional redundant power supply • 8 Gbps optics – 2/4/8 Gbps • Delivers 40 percent higher performance at a comparable cost compared to 10 GbE • 10 Gbps FC optics – 10 Gbps1© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 3/9/2012 16
  • 17. Click for Main Menu Brocade 16 Gbps Fibre Channel Switch • A simpler way to build your SAN Brocade 6510 • Installs in three easy steps using Brocade EZSwitchSetup • Simplifies and centralizes management through Brocade Network Advisor • Leverages Brocade Access Gateway for simple server connectivity and SAN scalability • Enterprise-class switch for data centers • Leverages Fibre Channel technology that is proven in 90 percent of Fortune 1000 data centers • Features enhanced diagnostics and RAS functionality to help minimize downtime • Enables flexible, high-speed replication solutions over • 48-port FC switch at 16 Gbps metro links with native 10 Gbps Fibre Channel • Supports 2G/4G/8G/10G/16G • Flexibility to grow your business on your terms speeds with the following optics: • Enables “pay-as-you-grow” scalability from 24 to 48 ports • Maximizes overall port density and space utilization for • 16 Gbps optics – 4/8/16 Gbps consolidation of legacy SAN switches • 8 Gbps optics – 2/4/8 Gbps • Delivers 40 percent higher performance at a comparable cost compared to 10 GbE • 10 Gbps FC optics – 10 Gbps1© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 3/9/2012 17
  • 18. Click for Main Menu Brocade 8 Gbps Fibre Channel Switches Brocade 5300 • Best-in-class performance • All FC ports can operate at full 8 Gbps without 48, 64, 80 ports congestion • Hardware-based, frame- level trunking Brocade 5100 • Best-in-class flexibility • 8-24, 24-40, and 48-80 port 24, 32, 40 ports models • Ports-on-Demand scalability Brocade 300 • Access Gateway mode (300/5100 models) 8, 16, 24 ports SAN Edge • High availability • Advanced functionality • Hot-swappable, redundant, • Adaptive Networking and Top Talkers load sharing AC power supplies and redundant • Integrated Routing, Virtual Fabrics, FICON (5100/5300 models) cooling (5100/5300 • DCFM Professional included for multi-switch management models) • Hot code load and • Operational efficiency activation • Best-in-class power efficiency • Back-to-front airflow© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 3/9/2012 18
  • 19. Performance and Functionality Comparison: Brocade 6510 and Brocade 5100 Brocade 6510 Brocade 5100 Total bandwidth 768 Gbps 320 Gbps Total line-rate 48 @ 16 Gbps 0 @ 16 Gbps ports 48 @ 8 Gbps 40 @ 8 Gbps Max. port speed 16 Gbps 8 Gbps Power 0.14 watts/Gbps, dual hot-swappable 0.28 watts/Gbps, dual hot- power supplies swappable power supplies Frame-based ISL trunking 128 Gbps frame-based trunk 64 Gbps frame-based trunk Diagnostic Ports Simple cable and optics diagnostics Not Available In-Flight Encryption and Compression Secured and optimized ISLs Not Available 10 Gbps Native Fibre Channel Integrated DWDM metro extension Not Available Forward Error Correction (FEC) Increased transmission reliability Not Available ASIC Enabled Buffer Credit Loss Detection and Enhanced reliability and automated Not Available Automatic Recovery at Virtual Channel Level recovery from errors© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 March 2012 19
  • 20. Performance and Functionality Comparison: Brocade 6505 and Brocade 300 Brocade 6505 Brocade 300 Total bandwidth 384 Gbps 192 Gbps Total line-rate 24 @ 16 Gbps 0 @ 16 Gbps ports 24 @ 8 Gbps 24 @ 8 Gbps Max. port speed 16 Gbps 8 Gbps Power 0.14 watts/Gbps, single hot- 0.30 watts/Gbps, single fixed power swappable power supply, optional supply second power supply Frame-based ISL trunking 128 Gbps frame-based trunk 64 Gbps frame-based trunk Diagnostic Ports Simple cable and optics diagnostics Not Available Forward Error Correction (FEC) Increased transmission reliability Not Available ASIC Enabled Buffer Credit Loss Detection and Enhanced reliability and automated Not Available Automatic Recovery at Virtual Channel Level recovery from errors© 2011© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 March 2012 20
  • 21. Click for Main MenuBrocade Switch Family: Superior CapabilitiesBenefit Brocade Advantage Unmatched 1:1 8 Gbit/sec performance on allPerformance and investment protection ports across the switch family; Ports on Demand; 4 or 8 Gbit/sec SFPs EZSwitchSetup GUI, Microsoft Simple SAN;Easiest-to-use Fibre Channel switches routing with 1/6th the steps; QoS with 1/18th! Less than 2.5 W per port, 40% better thanPower and cooling savings previous models; new levels of efficiency Scalability to 56 domains; Access Gateway;Unprecedented technology flexibility Integrated Routing; Ports on DemandNative connectivity for expanding and/or 100% compatible with native and open modesevolving B- and M-Series fabrics (not available from the competition)Performance over the longest-distance wDM All products in family up to 600 km; Brocadeand optical networks 5100 up to 3400 km (a 20X advantage)© 2010 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 21
  • 22. Click for Main Menu >> FICON SOLUTION IBM has launched the new zEnterprise™ 196 (z196)mainframe with FICON Express8 and High PerformanceFICON (zHPF)IBM is aggressively pushing server consolidation onLinux on System zStorage OEMs continue to enhance performance,scalability, and resiliencyAging FICON director and extension installed base isready for refreshGovernment regulations are driving requirements formulti-site BC/DR architecturesSystem z customer will need a robust, scalable 8 GbpsFICON infrastructure© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 22
  • 23. Click for Main Menu >> FICON SOLUTION •FICON CUP license Options/Upsell •Brocade Advanced Accelerator for FICON© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 23
  • 24. Click for Main Menu >> FICON SOLUTION  Have you recently installed z196 or are you considering a z196 upgrade? • FICON Experience: Brocade is the trusted supplier for  Are you moving more workloads and application to System z that System z FICON networking with more than 80% market require increased storage and SAN performance (i.e. BW, etc)? share.  Do you have existing 1/2 /4Gb SAN infrastructures in place today? • Performance and latency: Brocade DCX delivers more 8  Do you have McDATA (Mi10k, M6140, or M6064s) or CNT (USD-X) Gbps line-rate ports and overall bandwidth than Cisco 9513. infrastructure that will need to be replaced before their end of DCX offers the lowest and most deterministic latency in the service dates? market for real-world FICON applications.  Do you have any ESCON Bus and Tag devices that are past their end • Reliability and availability: Brocade has millions of ports of service dates? deployed in mission critical applications all around the world. Brocade’s storage OEMs consistently rate Brocade products  Do you have any outdated and underperforming MDS #1 in terms of reliability. infrastructure? • Power efficiency: A fully-populated 384-port DCX  Do you have floor space constraints with current SAN infrastructure consumes less power than a Cisco 9513 which has NO port ? modules installed.  Do you have a need to reduce power consumption in the data • Innovation and advanced functionality: Brocade helped center ? IBM develop FICON and was the first IBM-certified FICON  Do you have a need for long distance applications for remote network. Brocade holds 5 FICON co-patents with IBM and 4 Business Continuance/Disaster Recovery (remote tape or disk independent FICON patents. backups - XRC)? • FICON Certification: Brocade is the only vendor to provide an education and certification course on FICON SAN design.© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 24
  • 25. Click for Main Menu >> FICON SOLUTION Virtual Storage 4 or 8 Gb FC 4 or 8 Gb FC CUP (FMS) CHPIDs on the Director Storage 2, 4 or 8 Gb Ports 2, 4 or 8 Gb z/OS Processor DCX 8510 Family• Unleash z196 and zHPF performance with support for full 8 Gbps line-rate throughput, maximum port density per chassis, andlowest latency switching• Share storage resources within the fabric to allow multi-protocol integration for FICON and FCP• Leverage the highest density and most scalable acceleration techniques, and buffering capacity within the fabric to mobilize datain metro and global mirroring solutions• Minimize energy and space requirements with the most efficient switching platform on the market today © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 25
  • 26. Click for Main Menu >> FICON SOLUTION Recorded Data Sheets Whitepapers Webcasts 7800 Data Sheet DCX for Mainframe Environments Coming Soon FX8-24 Blade Data Sheet Virtual Fabrics Advanced Accelerator for Ficon DCX integration for 48000 Customers Extension Solutions FAQ DCX integration for McData Customers DCX Family Leveraging DCX for server virtualization Extended Fabrics DCX VMware vSphere 4 Ref Architecture Fabric Watch Mainframe Performance Performance Monitoring ISL Trunking© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 26
  • 27. Click for Main Menu >> STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION Brocade has previously announced End-of Support(EOS) for M6140, Mi10K, 24000, and 48000 directorchassisStorage OEMs continue to enhance performance,scalability, and resiliency Aging director and extension install base is ready for Virtualized 3rd party StoragerefreshNeed of storage virtualization is driven by easierprovisioning, ease of management, and pooling ofresources© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 27
  • 28. Click for Main Menu >> STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 28
  • 29. Click for Main Menu >> STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION VSP is an 8G platform with the industrys only true Virtualized Storage capability Performance and latency: Brocade DCX delivers more 8 Cisco MDS 95xx is “8Gb Capable”, however… Gbps line rate ports and overall bandwidth than Cisco 9513. DCX offers the lowest and most deterministic latency in the • Greatly Oversubscribed market for real-world applications. • Significantly limited with port density capability Reliability and availability: Brocade has millions of ports • At 8G; Cisco MDS is the bottleneck deployed in mission critical applications all around the world. Brocade’s storage OEMs consistently rate Brocade products Cisco’s Marketing position that “oversubscription was a #1 in terms of reliability. good thing”… Power efficiency: A fully-populated 512-port DCX consumes Does HDS want to be held accountable for Cisco’s inability less power than a Cisco 9513 which has NO port modules to deliver on the increasing need for bandwidth?! installed. Brocades DCX benefits over Cisco MDS are black & white Innovation and advanced functionality: Brocade has • Existing 8G SAN Infrastructure that runs full bandwidth authored or co-authored virtually every FC standard. Brocade at 8G on all ports holds hundreds of patents for FC and FICON technology. • Greater ROI with decreased TCO Market presence: Brocade is the trusted supplier of 90% of • Reliability, uptime and availability the Global 1000 and more than 200,000 production SANs. • SPoG Management (aka Network Advisor); increased simplicity is huge competitive differentiation© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 29
  • 30. Click for Main Menu >> STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION or 3rd party Virtual or 3rd party Storage 4 or 8 Gb FC 4 or 8 Gb FC VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM 2, 4, 8, or 16 Gb 2, 4, 8, or 16 Gb Servers DCX 8510 Family© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 30
  • 31. Click for Main Menu >> STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION Data Sheets Whitepapers DCX Family – 16Gbps SAN Design & Best Practices Building Private Cloud Storage DCX 8510 -16Gbps FAQ Fabric OS Guide Infrastructure with the Brocade DCX DCX Family – 8Gbps Brocade One and Hitachi Virtual Storage 8510 16Gbps Backbone Extended Fabrics Platform: A Reference Architecture for Fabric Watch Next Generation Data Centers Mainframe Performance DCX for Mainframe Environments Performance Monitoring Virtual Fabrics ISL Trunking DCX integration for 48000 Customers DCX integration for McData Customers Leveraging DCX for server virtualization DCX VMware vSphere 4 Ref Architecture© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 31
  • 32. Click for Main Menu >> REPLICATION OVER DISTANCE 8 x Brocade USD-X 1 x Brocade DCX/8510 (12 slot) (w/ 1xFX8-24 and 10Tech Refresh: GbE License)Aging installed base of Brocade USD-X and EdgeM3000End of Support: About 60% of total install base coming up on end ofsupport on June 2011 4 x Brocade 1 x BrocadeNext Generation FCIP Platforms Edge M3000 7800 4/2 Brocade 7800/FX8-24 offer significant performance,functionality and scalability advantages as well ascompelling savings opportunity© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 32
  • 33. Click for Main Menu >> REPLICATION OVER DISTANCE Customers with USD-X or Edge M3000 units reaching end of support Customers that need more performance for disk replication Customers with shrinking backup windows that require more throughput for remote tape backup environments Customers looking at saving in maintenance, power, cooling and data center space costs by achieving consolidation •Advanced Extension License •10 Gigabit Ethernet License Options/Upsell •Advanced Accelerator for FICON, FICON CUP© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 33
  • 34. Click for Main Menu >> REPLICATION OVER DISTANCE Technology Refresh and creating a competitive wedge Would you like to hear how these new platforms can significantly Legacy ESCON or Bus-and-Tag devices: ESCON and Bus- improve your disaster recovery infrastructure? and-Tag support for disk, tape and Teradata systems is Do you want to learn how we can consolidate your existing extension available today through the Optica Prizm and ESBT switches to help you free up rack space and save money? converters for customers with direct Brocade Direct or Would you protect more applications or data if you could accelerate Supplemental support with Fabric OS v6.4.1_fcoe. replication or backup? Infrastructure Expansion Legacy printers: Limited printer support will be available in Will you be deploying additional applications that require BC/DR? a Fabric OS v7.x release. Contact Product Management or Product Marketing for details on tested printer models and Would you be able to meet SLAs if you could simplify or centralize your backup infrastructure? detailed support timeline. Would you archive data over the WAN, instead of trucking tapes, if Other devices: For other legacy devices, including doing so was simple and reliable? controllers, check sorters or printer models outside of the New Opportunities limited printer support scope, encourage customers to Which applications consume the most bandwidth between your upgrade those devices to out-of-band IP connectivity. data centers? Have you implemented metro or distance replication for critical Migration complexity: Leverage Brocade professional data? services to help customers with design assessment and Do you have to mirror or store data offsite for compliance migration planning and execution to minimize risk and purposes? accelerate migration time. © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 34
  • 35. Click for Main Menu >> REPLICATION OVER DISTANCE IP WAN Central Data Center1. Up to 20 Gbps of FCIP bandwidth with FX8-242. Virtually unlimited distance support with SO-TCP and acceleration for Open Systems and mainframe replication and backupapplications3. High performance and availability with FCIP Trunking4. Efficiently and flexibly share the WAN connection with Adaptive Rate Limiting5. Optimized WAN utilization with enhanced compression6. High power efficiency and low footprint © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 35
  • 36. Click for Main Menu >> REPLICATION OVER DISTANCE Recorded Data Sheets Sales Tools Webcasts 7800 Data Sheet Brocade Disaster Recovery FX8-24 Extension Blade & FX8-24 Blade Data Sheet Solutions 7800 Extension Switch Advanced Accelerator for Ficon Solution DEMO Extension Solutions FAQ© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 36
  • 37. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC-BASED ENCRYPTIONWHY ENCRYPTION? Clear Text Enable compliance with regulations and mandatesaddressing data privacy Protect your reputation as a trusted partner to yourcustomers Avoid expensive public disclosures of breach or lossof confidential information Mitigate threats to valuable or sensitive data assets $%&( @+% Enable use of cloud-based services requiring datamobility outside of data center control Choice to encrypt all Data and increase the efficiencyat the Storage Fabric level to reduce internal risks© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 37
  • 38. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC-BASED ENCRYPTION Customers with data privacy compliance requirements:  Payment Card Industry  HIPAA (healthcare)  Government secrecy mandates  Other confidentiality requirements  Customers whose mandates require periodic re-keying  Customers with heterogeneous data storage devices  Customers using non-encrypting, mid-range disk storage  Customers with specific, LUN-level encryption requirements  Customers looking for both disk and tape/VTL encryption  Customers requiring Federal certifications (e.g., FIPS 140-2)© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 38
  • 39. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC-BASED ENCRYPTION Is it a requirement for your organization to encrypt data at rest?  Fabric based encrpytion provides AES-256 encryption for data at rest for both disk and tape. Is the sensitive information spread across a large number of servers and/or storage devices?  Fabric-based encryption allows organizations to deploy encryption services broadly while managing them in a centralized manner. Are your services focused on delivering solutions for security conscious and/or compliance driven customers, e.g. government, financial services, healthcare, retail merchants?  Security and data privacy is #1 objection to public cloud adoption for any customer, and even more so in these particular segments. Do you have a need to encrypt both disk and tape data?  Brocade provides the only solution in the market to provide both disk and tape encryption from a single device, enhancing the value delivered from the solution Do you have heterogeneous server and storage environment?  Fabric-based encryption is transparent to host and storage and as such is not restricted to specific operating systems or storage vendors, and there is broad interoperability. Do your customers have a compliance requirement to rekey their encrypted data on a regular basis?  Brocade encryption enables data rekey as a transparent, non-intrusive background operation.© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 39
  • 40. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC-BASED ENCRYPTION Thales Encryption Management Management Station Manager for Storage LAN (Brocade DCFM) (TEMS) Host Management Link Management Link Host Initiator Host Initiator Port 1 (I1) Port 2 (I2) Fibre Channel DCX/DCX-4S with FS8-18 encryption blade Brocade Ethernet 8Gps switches Brocade Encryption Switch (BES) TAPE Disk Target Disk Target Port 1 (T1) Port 2 (T2) Cluster Cluster Link Dedicated Cluster Link Network LANThe Brocade DCX Backbone with the FS8-18 Encryption Blade provides up to 96 Gbps of encryption processing power and scales non-disruptively to meet the needs of the most demanding environments with on-demand performance. It tightly integrates with Thales EncryptionManager for Storage (TEMS) to provide centralized enterprise-class key management. The fabric-based approach to data encryption scales tomeet performance requirements across distributed and heterogeneous storage environments while providing a centralized point of managementfor data encryption configuration and key management. Organizations can encrypt data from any switch port without the need for cablereconfiguration. Deployment is fast and non-disruptive to the fabric. © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 40
  • 41. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC-BASED ENCRYPTION Recorded Data Sheets Whitepapers Webcasts Brocade Encryption Switch Thales Encryption Manager for Storage Brocade, HDS, & Applied Discovery FS8-18 Encryption Blade Data-at-Rest Encryption Scenarios Data-at-Rest Encryption Solutions Growing Need for SAN Security Brocade Fabric-Based Encryption vs. LTO-4 Encryption Migration© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 41
  • 42. Click for Main Menu >> Hyper-V LMOD BC/DR SOLUTION Provides common BC/DR solution  Windows and Hyper-V- supported Linux operating systems  Physical and virtualized host environments Simplifies BC/DR process  No need to cluster individual applications  Easier deployment/management Delivers the benefits of array vs. host-based replication Enables server to storage virtualization © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 42
  • 43. Click for Main Menu >> Hyper-V LMOD BC/DR SOLUTION Customers with a need for BC/DR solution for virtualized environments. Customers with a Hyper-V environment looking to implement BC/DR© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 43
  • 44. Click for Main Menu >> Hyper-V LMOD BC/DR SOLUTION Do you currently have, or are you considering, a disaster solution utilizing USP? Have you, or are you planning on implementing Microsoft Hyper-V environment? Are you using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2? Can your users tolerate interruptions in service during disaster recovery situations, or is zero downtime a requirement? Is your remote DR site located within 200 km (125 miles)? Are you using, or do you have access to dark fibre to your DR site? Are you looking to reduce downtime and lower CAPEX and OPEX?© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 44
  • 45. Click for Main Menu >> Hyper-V LMOD BC/DR SOLUTION© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 45
  • 46. Click for Main Menu >> Hyper-V LMOD BC/DR SOLUTION Data Sheets Whitepapers PresentationsHitachi Storage Cluster for Hyper-V LMOD Live Migration over DistanceHyper-V Solution Profile Reference Architecture Guide Using Hitachi Storage Cluster for Hyper-V (PDF) Recorded WebcastsLive Migration over Distance Using Hitachi Storage Cluster for Hyper-V (webcast)Building an Intelligent Network for Your Hyper-V Environment© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 46
  • 47. Click for Main Menu >> CLOUD OPTIMIZED SAN Hybrid Private cloud architectures Cloud  Simplify infrastructure Private Clouds Public Clouds  Become more agile Hybrid Cloud  Realize CapEx and OpEx savings Private Cloud Virtualization Brocade fabric-based solutions lead the industry Consolidation  Essential foundation for cloud-optimized networks  Simplified implementation and management  Highly resilient, high-performance, scalable networks 2002 2008 2011 2014 Deliver the full benefits of virtualization in private clouds© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 47
  • 48. Click for Main Menu >> CLOUD OPTIMIZED SAN •© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 48
  • 49. Click for Main Menu >> CLOUD OPTIMIZED SANAre the following storage requirements part of Performance and latency: Brocade DCX delivers more 8 your private cloud strategy?: Gbps line rate ports and overall bandwidth than Cisco 9513. DCX offers the lowest and most deterministic latency in the• Maximize infrastructure consolidation and market for real-world applications. virtualization Reliability and availability: Brocade has millions of ports deployed in mission critical applications all around the world.• Adapt to rapid growth and change in storage Brocade’s storage OEMs consistently rate Brocade products infrastructure #1 in terms of reliability.• Simplify distance connectivity between data centers Power efficiency: A fully-populated 512-port DCX consumes less power than a Cisco 9513 which has NO port modules• Automate management and integrate with installed. orchestration frameworks Innovation and advanced functionality: Brocade has• Increase storage performance for emerging authored or co-authored virtually every FC standard. Brocade workloads holds hundreds of patents for FC and FICON technology. Market presence: Brocade is the trusted supplier of 90% of the Global 1000 and more than 200,000 production SANs.© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 49
  • 50. Click for Main Menu >> CLOUD OPTIMIZED SAN•The DCX8510 with FOS 7.0.1 supports up to 9 chassis in a full mesh configuration for extremely high port count core fabrics.The optical ICL capability in the DCX8510 supports distances up to 50 meters between chassis. In a 9 switch core, everychassis has redundant connections from each CR blade to every other chassis and CR blades, creating a highly redundant andresilient fabric while allowing customers to use every single FC port for host and server connections. Using FC16-48 portblades, there will be 3456 customer usable ports in this configuration. ICL POD kits are required for each chassis andEnterprise ICL license is required for each chassis when 5 or more chassis are interconnected. © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 50
  • 51. Click for Main Menu >> CLOUD OPTIMIZED SAN Data Sheets Whitepapers DCX 8510 Backbone Family Hyper-Scale Fabrics FAQ Metro Cloud Connectivity Advanced Performance Monitoring Cloud Optimized Performance: I/O- Extended Fabrics Intensive Workloads Using SSDs SAN Design & Best Practices Benefits & Application of 16Gbps FC Automating & Simplifying SAN provisioning© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 51
  • 52. Click for Main Menu >> VMware SRM BC/DR Solution Provides common BC/DR solution  Physical and virtualized host environments Simplifies BC/DR process  Easier deployment/management Delivers the benefits of array vs. host-based replication Enables server to storage virtualization © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 52
  • 53. Click for Main Menu >> VMware SRM BC/DR Solution Customers with a need for BC/DR solution for virtualized environments. Customers with a VMware environment looking to implement BC/DR© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 53
  • 54. Click for Main Menu >> VMware SRM BC/DR Solution Do you currently have, or are you considering, a disaster solution utilizing USP V, USP VM, or VSP? Have you, or are you planning on implementing VMware? Do you need to utilize FCIP for your DR plans? Are you looking to reduce downtime and lower CAPEX and OPEX?© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 54
  • 55. Click for Main Menu >> VMware SRM BC/DR Solution VMware SRM VMware SRM Hitachi SRA 2.0 Hitachi SRA 2.0 X 7800 7800 or or DCX FX8-24 blade WAN FX8-24 blade DCX 4-S or or Replication over IP : TrueCopy® – synchronous Hitachi Universal Replicator – asynchronous© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 55
  • 56. Click for Main Menu >> VMware SRM BC/DR Solution Whitepapers HDS & Brocade SR solution for VMware environments© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 56
  • 57. Click for Main Menu >> FCOE SOLUTION Data Center Bridging (DCB) OS/ Applications •DCB is the industry accepted name being used by the IEEE standards group SCSI Layer •DCB is the transport medium that FCP FCP iSCSI FCP FCP SRP iSCSI enables 10GbE I/O consolidation FCIP iFCP iSER TCP TCP TCP FC over Ethernet (FCoE) FCoE IP IP IP •Is FC encapsulated in Ethernet; another upper-layer protocol Fibre- DCB Channel Ethernet Ethernet Infiniband •Managed like FC at initiators, 1,2,4,8 10 Gbps 10Mbps /100Mbps 1Gbs, 10Gbs switches, and storage systems Gbps •Requires DCB ethernet’s enhancements over traditional ethernet© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 57
  • 58. Click for Main Menu >> FCOE SOLUTION •·© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 58
  • 59. Click for Main Menu >> FCOE SOLUTION 8 FC ports with 1/2/4/8 Gbps speeds  Are you building a new datacenter? Up to 10 Gbps wire rate performance per DCB port  Do you need to reduce the number of network interface cards in your servers? About 2x the FC bandwidth in half the size  Is server cabling an issue? True FC switch allowing direct connections to FC storage  Would you like to reduce the power Lower power consumption when measured per DCB port or FC consumption in your server racks? bandwidth  Would you like to reduce Operational Familiar Brocade management framework for CNAs and switches expenses from managing multiple unique Brocade DCFM integrates into third-party management tools networks? Not an access gateway; one box rather than two for the Cisco solution Works seamlessly with existing Brocade FC SANs© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 59
  • 60. Click for Main Menu >> FCOE SOLUTION Fibre Channel DCB / FCoE SAN Ethernet SAN SAN Brocade 8000 FCoE switches support direct FC attached SAN Corporate LAN LAN and also SAN LAN attached storage 8000 8000 Or Or VDX 6730 VDX 6730 Brocade 1860 Fabric Adapters (DCB/FCoE Traffic)The primary benefit of I/O consolidation at the server edge is that it simplifies server to switch infrastructure. Consolidation translates intoless adapters and less cabling to worry about. Simpler configurations also translate into easier to manage and maintain environments. Withless components, it can also reduce physical hardware costs and cooling costs at the server edge*. This assists enterprises in reaching theirgoals for greener, simpler, and more virtualized data centers. With Brocade 1860 Fabric Adapters and AnyIO technology, the 1860 ports canbe configured to operate as an HBA, NIC, or CNA card. (in this they are configured as CNA cards) © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 60
  • 61. Click for Main Menu >> FCOE SOLUTION Data Sheets Whitepapers VDX 6730 Switch 8000 deployment guide VDX 6730 Switch FAQ Industry Report - Fabric Adapters: A New Class of Network Adapter 8000 Switch Brocade Fabric Adapter: I/O Virtualization and Virtual Switching 8000 Switch FAQ Cloud Optimized Performance: I/O-Intensive Workloads Using Flash-Based Storage FCOE10-24 Blade FCoE10-24 Blade FAQ 1860 Fabric Adapter 1860 Fabric Adapter FAQ 1010 & 1020 Converged Network Adapters Brocade DCB/FCoE Server I/O Consolidation Solutions© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 61
  • 62. Click for Main Menu >> HOST BUS ADAPTERS • Centralized managementMANAGEMENT • Fabric-based boot LUN discovery • Third-party integration • 500,000 IOPS per portPERFORMANCE • 1.7x for enterprise e-mail • 2.7x for database applications • VM-aware Quality of Service (QoS)VIRTUALIZATION • Native NPIV support • Broad hypervisor support© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 62
  • 63. Click for Main Menu >> HOST BUS ADAPTERS Customers looking for Industry Leading 8Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters. •Server Application Optimization License Options/Upsell© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 63
  • 64. Click for Main Menu >> HOST BUS ADAPTERS Coming Soon© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 64
  • 65. Click for Main Menu >> HOST BUS ADAPTERS© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 65
  • 66. Click for Main Menu >> HOST BUS ADAPTERS Data Sheets WhitepapersBrocade HBA Data Sheet Brocade Virtualization Solutions for a Microsoft EnvironmentExtreme Performance Scaling for Virtualized Environments Deploying Brocade 8 Gbps with VMware Virtual InfrastructureFabric-Based Boot LUN Discovery Automates Diskless Server Addressing Server Virtualization Challenges with Brocade ConvergedDeployment Network Adapters (CNAs) and Brocade Network AdvisorFibre Channel HBAs to Enable the Virtualized Data Center Boot from SAN: Fabric-Based Boot LUN DiscoveryHBA Virtual Channels Ensure End-to-End Quality of Service Extending Fabric Services to the Server with Brocade HBAsIncrease Performance and Reduce Complexity with N_Port Trunking Leveraging 8Gb Fibre Channel End to End in the Data CenterLeveraging Brocade Host Bus Adapters (HBA) with Microsoft Exchange VMware ESXi Server 4.0 Support for Brocade FC HBAs and FCoELeveraging Brocade Host Bus Adapters with IBM DB2 CNAsLeveraging Brocade Host Bus Adapters with Microsoft SQL ServerLeveraging Brocade Host Bus Adapters with Oracle RACLeveraging Brocade Host Bus Adapters with SAPManaging Connectivity to the Storage FabricServer Application Optimization Brings True Quality of Service forReliable Server VirtualizationTwice the Performance for Next-Generation DataUnified Software Drivers Complement Brocade Adapter Hardware© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 66
  • 67. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC ADAPTERS Brocade AnyIO Technology: 16/8/4/2 Gbps Fibre Channel and 10 GbE DCB for TCP/IP, FCoE, and iSCSI Single- and dual-port models 1600 MB/sec throughput per port (3200 MB/sec full duplex) Line-rate 10 GbE performance with stateless networking offloads Single Port Over 1,000,000 IOPS for storage (Fibre Channel/FCoE/iSCSI) Brocade vFLink I/O Virtualization: 8 Physical Functions (PFs) and 256 Virtual Functions (VFs) with Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) Fully integrated virtual switching with Virtual Ethernet Bridging (VEB) and Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA) support x8-lane PCI Express 2.0 Low-profile design; LC-style pluggable SFP+ Dual Port Multiple media options © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 67
  • 68. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC ADAPTERS Customers looking for Industry Leading 8Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters.© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 68
  • 69. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC ADAPTERSAre these features you’d like from a next generation converged adapter?:  Single adapter to meet all connectivity needs in cloud-enabled data centers  Simplifies server connectivity by enabling I/O consolidation  Extends fabric services to VM and application level  Enables efficient sharing of I/O devices in virtualized environments through I/O Virtualization (IOV)  Delivers native performance by enabling VMs to bypass the hypervisor  Simplifies and unifies management of adapter, SAN, and LAN resources through a single pane of glass with Brocade Network Advisor© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 69
  • 70. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC ADAPTERS Brocade vFLink I/O Virtualization (IOV) VM1 VM2 VM3 VMn • Up to 8 virtual fabric links (vFLinks) Hypervisor • 4 PCIe Physical Functions (PFs) per port vSwitch Kernel Storage IF • Fibre Channel: vHBA • Ethernet: vNIC or vHBA (FCoE) • Appear as independent physical adapters to operating system vNICs vHBAs • No OS dependency, works today Brocade 1860 OS- and hypervisor-agnostic 16 Gbps Fibre Channel • Fabric Adapter Console 10 Gbps Backup/iSCSI • Access layer switch agnostic 6 Gbps 1 Gbps 1 Gbps 3 Gbps 5 Gbps 10 GbE VM Migration Production • Configurable bandwidth assignments Tape Storage Disk Storage • 100 Mbps increments • Benefit: Consolidate multiple NICs and Ethernet Fabric (VCS) Fibre Channel HBAs while maintaining isolation, QoS, and Fabric bandwidth allocations for different networks© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 70
  • 71. Click for Main Menu >> FABRIC ADAPTERS Data Sheets WhitepapersBrocade Fabric Adapter Data Sheet Industry Report - Fabric Adapters: A New Class of Network AdapterBrocade Fabric Adapter – FAQ Brocade Fabric Adapter: I/O Virtualization and Virtual Switching Cloud Optimized Performance: I/O-Intensive Workloads Using Flash-Based Storage Sales ToolsBrocade 1860 Fabric Adapter Demo© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 71
  • 72. Click for Main Menu >> UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT • Easy-to-use management for Data Center, Enterprise Campus and SP NetworksSimplified • Reduced number of tools to maintainManagement • Operational simplicity through automation • Proactive network monitoring and traffic analysisNon-Stop • Automated policy based remedial actionsNetworking • Unified fault management • Standards-based open architectureInvestment • Seamless integration with partner solutionsProtection • Smooth migration from current Brocade tools • VM awareness, policy-based network servicesCloud assignment, integration with VM frameworkEnablement • Network Virtualization capabilities • Multi-tenancy, Web Services Integration© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 72
  • 73. Click for Main Menu >> UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT •·© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 73
  • 74. Click for Main Menu >> UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT Are these features you’d like from a unified networking management platform?:  Unmatched operational simplicity via unified and comprehensive network management Flexible architecture that can seamlessly scale from small environments to large-scale and highly distributed geographic locations Policy-based automation and wizard-driven configuration to reduce operating expenses and maximize IT productivity Proactive alerting and advanced diagnostic capabilities to meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Fine-grain Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and comprehensive Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) capabilities to help ensure robust security administration Investment protection with simplified migration from existing Brocade management tools Deep and seamless integration with industry-leading third-party management solutions© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 74
  • 75. Click for Main Menu >> UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT FC-Ping Brocade Network Advisor Configures parameters and obtains networks statistics Configures parameters and obtains network statistics V_Ports VMs FC-Traceroute Identifies network HBA and switch port beaconing congestion and top talkers Port loopback test Echo commands and SFP diagnostics BENEFITS  Simplifies SAN management  Proactive network management  Increases SAN availability  Improves VM migration options© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 75
  • 76. Click for Main Menu >> UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT Recorded Data Sheets Webcasts Brocade Network Advisor Unified Management in the Data Center Brocade Network Advisor FAQ Migrating from DCFM to BNA BNA features for Data Center Networks Brocade Network Advisor & MS SCOM Solutions Brocade Network Advisor & VMware vCenter Solutions© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 76
  • 77. Click for Main Menu >> DIGITAL SURVEILLANCEVideo surveillance is the fastest growing segment of the securityindustry. With the threat of terrorism, federal, state and localgovernments are devoting greater resources to videosurveillance. Corporations face the same issues as governments,such as industrial espionage, sabotage or theft. For lossprevention, retail businesses invest in storewide securitycameras. Governments and corporations find video surveillanceis a vital segment of their security solutions.Hitachi Data Systems provides integrated video surveillance; weoffer a one-vendor solution for any enterprise’s security efforts.The advantages of turning to a single provider for videosurveillance requirements is that you have a single vendorsupporting all of the solution’s components rather than having tocontact a myriad of providers to enable the full solution. Inaddition, as a single provider, we provide an integrated design forsimpler administration and lower cost of ownership. © 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 77
  • 78. Click for Main Menu >> DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE Hitachi Data Systems solutions for video surveillance can support a wide range of organizations. U.S. Federal Local and State Government Education Hospitality Gaming Resorts Retail Banking and Finance© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 78
  • 79. Click for Main Menu >> DIGITAL SURVEILLANCEAre the following things your organization are looking for in a video surveillance solution?:Proven camera offerings that are price competitive with recognized and advancedfunctionally; camera technology that is integrated with the storage management systemStorage management environment that supports edge technologyNetwork infrastructure that can carry a potentially large number of real time video streamswithout packet drop and that can power the surveillance cameras over the wireStorage system that supports back-end archival or tape management architecturesBlade server technology that can scale and support video management softwareVideo management software© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 79
  • 80. Click for Main Menu >> DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE Stackable FCX switches w/ PoE+ in wiringIP cameras closets per floor Over 1GbE Campus LAN Aggregation Vmnex Software in Security Control Center HDS Video Surveillance POD In Data Center (Compute + Software + Storage)© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 80
  • 81. Click for Main Menu >> DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE Data Sheets Whitepapers FCX Series Switches - Data Sheet HDS Solutions for Video Surveillance - Reference Architecture Guide FCX Series – At a Glance Brocade Hitachi Campus Surveillance Solution – Success Story FCX Series FAQ Deploying Brocade PoE & PoE+ Solutions in the Campus Network© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 81
  • 82. Click for Main Menu >> 10GbE DCB iSCSI ISCSI Ranks Fastest Growing Protocol at 21.2% Consolidation, virtualization and budget pressures drive interest 10 Gbps Ethernet enables adoption for wider range of applications, environments and business types Traditional Ethernet inadequate for growing SAN environments  Lossy Network  High Latency  Added Protocol Overhead  Low Throughput  Not Simple to Deploy© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 82
  • 83. Click for Main Menu >> 10GbE DCB iSCSI •·© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 83
  • 84. Click for Main Menu >> 10GbE DCB iSCSI Current 1Gbps iSCSI SAN customers who need more throughput/scalability Current 1Gbps iSCSI SAN customers going through a tech refresh cycle Small/medium Enterprise customers who need to deploy a new SAN for a new business application Large Enterprise accounts who need to deploy new SAN and prefer Ethernet over Fibre Channel  Current FC customers should continue to use FC© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 84
  • 85. Click for Main Menu >> 10GbE DCB iSCSI Brocade MLX with DCB WAN VCS VCS VCS 1/10 Gbps 10 Gbps DCB 10 Gbps 10 Gbps DCB 10 Gbps DCB Servers iSCSI Storage Servers FCoE Storage iSCSI Storage© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 85
  • 86. Click for Main Menu >> 10GbE DCB iSCSI Data Sheets Whitepapers VDX 6720 Data Center Switch Introduction to Brocade VCS Fabric Technology VDX 6720 FAQ Brocade One Data Center Cloud-Optimized Networks ISL Trunking for Brocade VCS Lab Validation: Brocade VCS Fabric Technology What are Ethernet Fabrics© 2011 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Company Proprietary Information 3/9/2012 86

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