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  • 1. ;
    Trends for Smart Storage
    Pini Cohen
    EVP
    pini@stki.info
  • 2. Technologies Maturity Model2011 Storage
    Business Value
    Sophisticated snaps for creating environments
    Investment
    to make money
    CDP
    VTL Dedupfor Backup
    Green Storage
    Dedupfor Primary storage
    Cut costs, Increase productivity
    Storage Virtualization
    Thin Provisioning
    NAS and SAN
    FCOE
    Commodity IT
    Services
    Flash Drives
    Cloud Storage
    Email Archiving
    Email Archiving as a service
    Investment
    for regulations
    Using
    Implementing
    Looking
  • 3. Storage growth – you have not seen nothing yet…
    3
  • 4. Ubiquitous computing pervasive computing
    Source: http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/people/stefan/ubicom/slides/ubicom-ch02-slides.ppt
    Ubiquitous computing: smart devices, environments and interaction
    4
  • 5. 5
    MEMS
    Micro fabrication and integration of low-cost sensors, actuators and computer controllers, MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems)
    Source: http://bcctae.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/adaptive-experiences-ubiquitous-computing.ppt
    Ubiquitous computing: smart devices, environments and interaction
    Photo: courtesy of Brett Warneke
  • 6. Ubiquitous computing pervasive computing
    Source: http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/people/stefan/ubicom/slides/ubicom-ch02-slides.ppt
    Ubiquitous computing: smart devices, environments and interaction
    6
  • 7. Storage Size and Growth in Selected Industries
  • 8. STKI Round Table
  • 9. RT storage
    Users are certain that FCOE will change dramatically the storage landscape and the relationship between Storage and Networking
    However users believe that FCOE will mature only in about 2-3 years or more
    9
  • 10. RT VTL DEDUP
    Actual Dedup ratio in Backup environment is about 1 to 10. Vendors claim much more…
    The solution throughput and scalability is also an issue
    Some clients has discontinued physical tapes completely! But most clients to backup to physical tapes once in a while.
    10
  • 11. Competition in Storage is the toughest!
    User to STKI “I am in shock. From 32$ per GB to 14$ in two months!”
    11
    Source: http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRry6HPDj21W6jLMe6hIeJFDJtuA0JLGJFIah_GGbelxmC5DNCL
  • 12. Users perspective: Should we differentiate SAN and NAS?
    12
  • 13. Users perspective: Should we differentiate Highend and Midrange Storage?
  • 14. High End Storage vs. Midrange Storage
    The majority of IT organizations differentiate High End and Midrange Storage solutions. What differentiate according to users:
    Performance (example: “500 to 900 MB per second is HIGHEND”)
    Availability – Reliability
    Higher risk
    Upgrade firmware without downtime
    Functionality (number of copies, failback, etc.)
    Price
    More difficult to manageoperate
    Big storage shops tend to differentiate
    Higher level managers tend not to differentiate
    New argument this year “Do not need midrange storage – we can use SATA in highend”!
    Source: http://blog.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty_impact/2009/07/large_Worthington-Testifies.JPG
  • 15. Storage Ratios
    Number of Raw TB and Usable TB per Storage Staff Member FTE (including backup and DRP of storage):
    Moderate 25% increase from last years data
    Source: STKI
  • 16. Usable/Raw storage ratio
    Net Storage in this research – usable for applications:
    After Raids
    After replication to DRP
    Without VTL’s
  • 17. STKI Market Positioning
    Being updated
  • 18. The enormous storage growth
    VTLDedup is maturing fast and can bring real benefit now.
    Soon we will have “general storage” category. Specialized “HighEnd” or NAS will be a niche.
    Managing the storage will be key priority
    Automation AutomationAutomation (which also means standardization)
    Users should have established storage metrics such as:
    Storage managed per administrator
    Storage in inventory - unused storage divided by total storage
    Data multiplier (number of copies made of primary data )
    Data availability (number of hours storage is
    Mean time to recovery (MTTR)
    IAAS (Storage services) will become mainstream for long term data retention needs in about 5 years
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  • 19. Thank you!
    Pini Cohen
    Blog: http://pinicohenstki.blogspot.com/
    Twitter: pinicohen

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