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  • *CS is going to hold a series of the training courses in next few months. *Deliver the knowledge about the storage. *Starts from some basic concepts and then bring in more features on our storage. *Any other subjects from PM or Sales.
  • *As our main products are the disk storages, we will focus on it. *no matter it is RAID controller or subsystem, it is delivered to the end user as a external storage. *Why do people use external storage?
  • *As our main products are the disk storages, we will focus on it. *no matter it is RAID controller or subsystem, it is delivered to the end user as a external storage. *Why do people use external storage?
  • *As our main products are the disk storages, we will focus on it. *no matter it is RAID controller or subsystem, it is delivered to the end user as a external storage. *Why do people use external storage?
  • *As our main products are the disk storages, we will focus on it. *no matter it is RAID controller or subsystem, it is delivered to the end user as a external storage. *Why do people use external storage?
  • *As our main products are the disk storages, we will focus on it. *no matter it is RAID controller or subsystem, it is delivered to the end user as a external storage. *Why do people use external storage?
  • What is storage from Qsan Technology

    1. 1. What is storage QsanTechnology.com
    2. 2. What is storage
    3. 3. What is storage Any recording media used to store digital data.
    4. 4. What is storage Any recording media used to store digital data.  Memory, optical disk (CD/DVD), flash memory (SD card, USB flash drive), hard drives.
    5. 5. Why use external storage
    6. 6. Why use external storage Capacity expansion  4~6 internal disks per host vs. over 100 disks per storage subsystem.
    7. 7. Why use external storage Capacity expansion  4~6 internal disks per host vs. over 100 disks per storage subsystem. Data protection with RAID design on storage  Redundancy provided by RAID 1/5/6.
    8. 8. Why use external storage Capacity expansion  4~6 internal disks per host vs. over 100 disks per storage subsystem. Data protection with RAID design on storage  Redundancy provided by RAID 1/5/6. High performance with RAID design on storage  Access multiple disks at the same time.
    9. 9. Why use external storage Capacity expansion  4~6 internal disks per host vs. over 100 disks per storage subsystem. Data protection with RAID design on storage  Redundancy provided by RAID 1/5/6. High performance with RAID design on storage  Access multiple disks at the same time. Shared by different hosts.  SAN/NAS, shared storage between hosts.
    10. 10. Divided by architecture
    11. 11. Divided by architecture DAS – Direct-attached storage SAN – Storage area network NAS – Network-attached storage
    12. 12. DAS  Direct-attached storage
    13. 13. DAS  Direct-attached storage  Storage directly attached to a server or workstation.
    14. 14. DAS  Direct-attached storage  Storage directly attached to a server or workstation.  The no. of hosts share this storage equals to the no. of I/O ports on the storage.
    15. 15. DAS  Direct-attached storage  Storage directly attached to a server or workstation.  The no. of hosts share this storage equals to the no. of I/O ports on the storage.  It is block I/O, the file system is managed by the server/workstation.
    16. 16. DAS  Direct-attached storage  Storage directly attached to a server or workstation.  The no. of hosts share this storage equals to the no. of I/O ports on the storage.  It is block I/O, the file system is managed by the server/workstation.  A “storage island” with inability to share data or unused resource (space) with other servers.
    17. 17. DAS  Direct-attached storage  Storage directly attached to a server or workstation.  The no. of hosts share this storage equals to the no. of I/O ports on the storage.  It is block I/O, the file system is managed by the server/workstation.  A “storage island” with inability to share data or unused resource (space) with other servers.  Qsan SCSI/ SAS storage.  S300Q
    18. 18. SAN  Storage area network Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch
    19. 19. SAN  Storage area network  A dedicated network provided access to a consolidated, block-level storage. Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch
    20. 20. SAN  Storage area network  A dedicated network provided access to a consolidated, block-level storage.  Ethernet (iSCSI) or fiber channel. Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch
    21. 21. SAN  Storage area network  A dedicated network provided access to a consolidated, block-level storage.  Ethernet (iSCSI) or fiber channel.  Consolidate the “storage island” created by the DAS. Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch
    22. 22. SAN  Storage area network  A dedicated network provided access to a consolidated, block-level storage.  Ethernet (iSCSI) or fiber channel.  Consolidate the “storage island” created by the DAS.  It is block I/O, the file system managed by the server/workstation. Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch
    23. 23. SAN  Storage area network  A dedicated network provided access to a consolidated, block-level storage.  Ethernet (iSCSI) or fiber channel.  Consolidate the “storage island” created by the DAS.  It is block I/O, the file system managed by the server/workstation. Ethernet/Fiber Channel switch  Qsan iSCSI/ FC storage.  iSCSI • P600Q, P500Q, P400Q, P300Q, P110V04  Fibre Channel • F600Q, F400Q,F300Q
    24. 24. P600Q  10GbE iSCSI-6G SAS High Availability Systems  Intel Xeon Dual core CPU, Intel® Ethernet 10GbE  Dual Active controllers, and full redundant and hot-pluggable design  2x 10GbE + 2x 1GbE iSCSI ports per controller  SBB form factor, 4U24/3U16/2U12/2U24  Outstanding Performance  QiSOE (Qsan Hardware iSCSI offload engine)  Up to 640K IOPS, up to 4,000 MB/s throughput 24
    25. 25. F600Q  8GbE FC-6G SAS High Availability Systems  Intel Xeon Dual core CPU  Dual Active controllers, and full redundant and hot-pluggable design  4x 8G FC + 2x 1GbE iSCSI ports per controller  SBB form factor, 4U24/3U16/2U12/2U24  Outstanding Performance  Up to 650K IOPS, up to 5,000 MB/s throughput 25
    26. 26. NAS  Network-attached storage. Ethernet switch Acts like a file server
    27. 27. NAS  Network-attached storage.  It is a specialized computer for storing and serving files. Ethernet switch Acts like a file server
    28. 28. NAS  Network-attached storage.  It is a specialized computer for storing and serving files.  It is connected to network that only provides “file-based” data storage service to other devices on the network. Ethernet switch Acts like a file server
    29. 29. NAS  Network-attached storage.  It is a specialized computer for storing and serving files.  It is connected to network that only provides “file-based” data storage service to other devices on the network.  Acts like a file server on the network. Ethernet switch Acts like a file server
    30. 30. NAS  Network-attached storage.  It is a specialized computer for storing and serving files.  It is connected to network that only provides “file-based” data storage service to other devices on the network.  Acts like a file server on the network. Ethernet switch  Qsan unified storages, combines NAS and SAN (iSCSI) together.  U600Q  U400Q Acts like a file server
    31. 31. Reward Product Outstanding Advanced Protection • Hardware RAID Performance • Snapshot • SSD caching • Volume clone • Qsan Unified OS • Battery Backup Module • AntiVirus Integrated Backup Storage Efficiency • Amazon Solution S3 Cloud backup • Thin Provisioning, DeDup, • Remote Replication Compression • UnifiedAUTH 31
    32. 32. Block level v.s File level
    33. 33. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system
    34. 34. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers.
    35. 35. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers. A file system is created and managed by the server accesses to the storage volume.
    36. 36. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers. A file system is created and managed by the server accesses to the storage volume. Offers a better performance/ speed than file level storage without file level overhead.
    37. 37. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers. A file system is created and managed by the server accesses to the storage volume. Offers a better performance/ speed than file level storage without file level overhead. Supports external boot-up of the systems connected to them. (boot from SAN)
    38. 38. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system File level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers. A file system is created and managed by the server accesses to the storage volume. Offers a better performance/ speed than file level storage without file level overhead. Supports external boot-up of the systems connected to them. (boot from SAN)
    39. 39. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system File level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers.  Presents as a file server to client A file system is created and servers. managed by the server accesses to the storage volume. Offers a better performance/ speed than file level storage without file level overhead. Supports external boot-up of the systems connected to them. (boot from SAN)
    40. 40. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system File level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers.  Presents as a file server to client A file system is created and servers. managed by the server accesses to  A file system is created and the storage volume. managed by the storage (NAS) Offers a better performance/ itself. speed than file level storage without file level overhead. Supports external boot-up of the systems connected to them. (boot from SAN)
    41. 41. Block level v.s File levelBlock level storage system File level storage system Presents as a hard disk to servers.  Presents as a file server to client A file system is created and servers. managed by the server accesses to  A file system is created and the storage volume. managed by the storage (NAS) Offers a better performance/ itself. speed than file level storage  Files are stored and shared through without file level overhead. file level protocols like Supports external boot-up of the CIFS/NFS/FTP. systems connected to them. (boot from SAN)
    42. 42. Architectures
    43. 43. Architectures DAS Server Application File system Disk Storage
    44. 44. Architectures SAN DAS Server Server Application Application File system File system TCP/IP or FC Networking Disk Storage
    45. 45. Architectures NAS SAN DAS Server Server Server Application Application Application File system File system TCP/IP TCP/IP or FC Networking Networking File system Disk Storage
    46. 46. QsanTechnology.comSales@Qsan.com.tw Thank you very much!

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