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Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
Cisco UCS ile Eşsiz İş Sürekliliği ve UCS Üzerinde SAP HANA.Cem Albayrak
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  • Data Center revenue = UCS + VirtualizationAs of CY12 Q4  Cisco is one of the Top 5 Server Vendors based on worldwide Revenue Share
  • x86 Blade Shares CQ4’12 - WW: HP 44.0%, IBM 19.9%, Cisco 17.0%, Dell 8.9%, NEC 1.8%, Hitachi Ltd. 1.7%, Fujitsu 1.6%, Oracle 1.1%x86 Blade Shares CQ4’12 - Americas: HP 42.6%, Cisco 23.5%, IBM 19.4%, Dell 9.4% Others 2.1, Oracle 1.4, SGI 1.4, Fujitsu 0.1
  • Virtual Switching:Server virtualization allows multiple OS images to transparently share the same physical server and I/O devices. As a consequence, it introduces the need to support local switching between different virtual machines within the same server. The most common way to solve this problem has been to implement a software based switch inside the physical host, inside the hypervisor Each VM gets a vNIC from the hypervisor and the vNIC is associated with a virtual port (or vETH) on the vSwitch. Traffic between VMs on the same host is switched locally within the host but traffic to a VM on a different host needs to still go thru the external physical switch.Palo is a Cisco ASIC processor. As such it represents a sustainable competitive edge over any thing a rival might produce.And it provides unrivaled flexibility in terms of supporting multiple network protocols while maintaining consistently high levels of performanceDriverscurrentyavailableforVmwareandKVM, soonfor Citrix XEN, next Open XEN, later Hyper-V
  • Fusion i/o – 90k iops read / 60kiops random access
  • With the actual limit of 10 chassis supported within one UCS the max number blades is 40.This number of blades can only reached with UCS 6248UP or 6296UP Fabric Interconnects dependent on the required bandwidth to the N5K and storage connectivity (NFS/FCoE/FC)
  • NetApp uses the 3.5” 600GB drives2 * 24 disks in a 4U disk enclosureDualcontroller in a 3UChasisNetApp total rack space is same: 11UDue to the nature of NetAppsWAFLfilesystem on the filers, their best performance will be achieved if all drives are in one single pool
  • Exceptional Investment ProtectionAs SAP expands role of HANA to other apps, Cisco architecture is designed to accommodate Standards based network, compute, storage architectureIntelligent Automation (CIAC) Plugins for HANAMore Innovative & Resilient InfrastructureFull Suite of HA and DR data management technologies availableLower Costs by simplified infrastructure with fewer componentsStateless Infrastructure & Service Profiles = easy DR implementationIndustry Best-in-Class partnershipsNon-Competitive Relationship with SAPSAP resell Cisco Technologies (Intelligent Automation)EMC and NetApp storage options
  • Exceptional Investment ProtectionAs SAP expands role of HANA to other apps, Cisco architecture is designed to accommodate Standards based network, compute, storage architectureIntelligent Automation (CIAC) Plugins for HANAMore Innovative & Resilient InfrastructureFull Suite of HA and DR data management technologies availableLower Costs by simplified infrastructure with fewer componentsStateless Infrastructure & Service Profiles = easy DR implementationIndustry Best-in-Class partnershipsNon-Competitive Relationship with SAPSAP resell Cisco Technologies (Intelligent Automation)EMC and NetApp storage options
  • HANA - High Performance Analytic ApplianceHANA is a hardware and software combination integrating the new SAP Business Analytic Engine(BAE) software and delivered as an optimized hardware appliance. SAP is partnering with leading computer  hardware manufacturers to deliver this next generation business analytics solution. The new solution will allow customers to do: accelerated BI scenarios off any data source; better operational planning, simulation and forecasting; fast analysis and better decision making off accelerated SAP ECC transactional data, better storage, search and ad-hoc analysis off very large data volumesBAE – Business Analytic EngineBAE combines an in-memory data base, a calculation engine and a modeling environment that allows for fast business analysis of an organization’s transactional and Analytic data from across, as well as outside, the entECCrise in near real-time. Leveraging the intelligent use of in memory technology, columnar database design, data compression and massive parallel processing, BAE allows the processing of massive amounts of data in near real-time
  • Taken the requirements from SAP about SAP HANA „appliances“ the second side is passive only. Storage is only used as replication destination, on the servers the OS is up and running but no application process will be started.Tonns of unused hardware!!!
  • In case of and disaster we can stop the QA+DEV service profiles (regular shutdown or hard power off). Import the PRD service profiles (backup should be on the storage) Boot the PRD server because the OS is also replicated on the storage. SAP HANA will start as on the original side – same hostname, same ip addresses, same mac addresses, same … Now we are at Cisco‘s core playground – Datacenter networking!! We have lots of solutions to guaranty the accessibility of the SAP HANA system independent of the location.
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    • 1. Cisco UCS ile Eşsizİş Sürekliliği ve UCSÜzerinde SAP HANA Cem Albayrak Datacenter & Virtualization Consulting Systems Engineer
    • 2. • As of Q2FY13 Data Center revenue reached a $2B annualized run rate.• In Q2FY13, Data Center revenue grew 65% Y/Y• As of February 2013, there are over 20,000 unique UCS customers which represents 87% Y/Y growth• More than half of all Fortune 500 customers have invested in UCS• 460 customers have booked over 1 Million in UCS solutions and over 1,000 have booked over $500,000• Over 3,000 Channel Partners are actively selling UCS worldwide and over 1560 UCS specialized partners in the channel world wide• As of CY12 Q4 Cisco is one of the Top 5 Server Vendors based on Worldwide Revenue Share1• 70 World Record Performance Benchmarks to date Source: 1 IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q4 2012, February 2013, Revenue Share© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 2
    • 3. Worldwide 0 10 20 30 40 50 UCS momentum is fueled by HP game-changing innovation; IBM Cisco is quickly passing UCS #3 17.0% established playersX86 Server Blade Market Share, Q4CY121 Cisco Dell NEC Hitachi x86 Blade servers grew 4.4% Fujitsu Y/Y in Q4CY122 Oracle Other UCS After Only Americas Three Years HP Cisco UCS #2 23.5% IBM Maintained #3 in EMEA x86 Dell blades (11.2%) and achieved #2 Others in Americas(23.5%)1 SGI Oracle Fujitsu Maintained #3 worldwide in x86 Blades with 17.0% 0 10 20 30 40 50 Source: 1 IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q4 2012, February 2013, Revenue Share 2 IDC Q3 2012 Server Forecaster, Based on x86 Blade Revenue © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3
    • 4. Smart Solutions VBLOCK Information Applications Operating Systems VirtualizationVertical ComputeSolution NetworkFocus Healthcare Financial Services Manufacturing Retail FLEXPOD Business Enterprise Apps Databases Virtual Desktop Analytics/ Big DataApplications VXIManagement RISC MigrationOperating OperatingSystem and System andHypervisor Hypervisor © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 4
    • 5. Mgmt Server A single system that encompasses: Network: Unified fabric Compute: Industry standard x86 Storage: Access options Virtualization optimized Unified management model Dynamic resource provisioning Efficient Scale Cisco network scale & services Fewer servers with more memory Lower cost Fewer servers, switches, adapters, cables Lower power consumption Fewer points of management© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 5
    • 6. LAN A LAN B SAN A Mgmt SAN B© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 6
    • 7. LAN SAN A Mgmt Any IEEE Compliant LAN Any ANSI T11 Compliant SAN SAN B Any ANSI T11 Compliant SAN One Logical Chassis to Manage LAN Connectivity SAN Networking Blade Chassis’ Server Blades Rack Servers Server Identity Management Monitoring, Troubleshooting etc.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 7
    • 8. Performance optimizedIntegrated Design for any type of workload Agility and reduced timeService Profiles to deploy and provision applications Role-basedUCS Manager management, automation, ease of integration Centralized, multi-domainUCS Central management, alerting and visibilityUnified Fabric Simplified infrastructure Security isolation perVirtualized I/O application, scale, improved performance Form Factor Supports both blades and rackIndependence mount servers in a single domain Cost effective applicationExtended Memory performance, scale © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 8
    • 9. 3G/s HPC Traffic 2G/s 3G/s Individual 3G/s LAN Traffic 3G/s Ethernets 3G/s Individual 3G/s Storage Traffic 5G/s Storage 4G/s (IP, Eth, FC) t1 t2 t3 • Near Wire Speed without consuming CPU resources (other Vendors reach ½ of nominal throughput and consume a core per NIC) • > 9.8 Gb “payload” per 10 Gb link • > 270,000 IOPS at SAP typical 8 KB block size© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 9
    • 10. VM VM VM VM Software based Virtual Switching  Hypervisor needs to switch LAN and storage I/O  Consumes additional CPU cycles  Adds significant latency to I/O Hypervisor Soft Switch  Practically prohibitive for virtualization of larger databases (SAP note: if you run into performance trouble with virtualization: move to bare iron. If trouble disappears, this was the right Solution) standard VIC Cisco solution: VM-FEX (Fabric Extender) VM VM VM VM  Hypervisor vSwitch removal result in massive I/O throughput improvements and less latency VM-FEX  10 Gb links dont consume CPU resources (Hypervisor pass through mode)  Each VM gets a dedicated PCI device (up to 56)  Each VM gets a virtual port on physical switch 10GbE/FCoE  end-to-end QoS per VM down to storage 0 1 2 3 ………… 56 Cisco enables virtualization of Cisco VIC running VM-FEX mode provides ASIC based low latency VM switch large SAP Systems© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 10
    • 11. IO throughput (MB/s) 6.000 5.000 4.000 Cisco UCS 3.000 More than double IO performance 2.000 existing server 1.000 0 Block size (KB) 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11
    • 12. IO throughput (MB/S) 3.500 3.000 2.500 Cisco UCS 2.000 significant higher IO 1.500 performance 1.000 500 existing server 0 block size (KB) 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 12
    • 13. IO throughput (MB/S) 500 450 400 350 1.5 – 4 times the Cisco UCS 300 Performance 250 200 150 100 50 existing server 0 block size (KB) 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 13
    • 14. • VM-FEX dramatically reduce the IO latency• The Result is a significant better DB response time• Do more with the same VM• Improve user experience with Virtualized SAP systems DB Response DB Response Used Switch time / Dialog time / Update technology # Users Diff % processes Diff % process Diff % KVM-vswitch 3.600 0,00 20,75 0,00 27,09 0,00 VM-FEX 3.600 0,00 14,89 -39,36 21,31 -27,12 VM-FEX 4.000 10,00 20,52 -1,12 25,75 -5,20© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 14
    • 15. Service Profile Profile Name = vmhost-cluster1-1 UUID = 12345678-ABCD-9876-5432-ABCDEF123456 Description = ESX4-1 – Host in Cluster 1 Network Side LAN Config DB node 1 DB node 2 DB node 3 DB node 4 Adapter PCI Order = vNIC0 first, then vNIC1, then vHBA….. Number of NIC’s = VMware-Static-NIC-Policy ERP HTTP Server vNIC0 Switch = Switch A vNIC0 Pin Group = SwitchA-pingroupA ERP vNIC0 VLAN Trunking = Disabled vNIC0 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 vNIC0 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:01 Spare vNIC0 Hardware Failover Enabled = No vNIC0 QoS policy = VMware-QoS-policy vNIC1 Switch = Switch B vNIC1 Pin Group = SwitchB-pingroupA vNIC1 VLAN Trunking = Disabled • Servers become secure interchangeable hardware components vNIC1 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 (like mobile phones and SIM cards) vNIC1 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:02 vNIC1 Hardware Failover Enabled = No vNIC1 QoS policy = VMware-QoS-policy • Easy to move Database nodes across server hardware Policy for VM vNIC’s = 101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy...  No LAN, SAN Zoning or any reconfiguration Server Side LAN Config •ESX Networking= VM vNIC tied to Port-Group: •101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy, etc. • Re-purpose hardware based on changing workloads Local Storage Profile = RAID1  Add Application Tier components or upgrade hardware as Scrub Policy = Scrub local disks only situation demands© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 15
    • 16. Service ProfilesAdvantage for SAP Systems Profile Name = vmhost-cluster1-1 UUID = 12345678-ABCD-9876-5432-ABCDEF123456 Description = ESX4-1 – Host in Cluster 1 Network Side LAN Config Prd EP Prd XI QA EP QA XI Adapter PCI Order = vNIC0 first, then vNIC1, then vHBA….. Prd CRM Number of NIC’s = VMware-Static-NIC-Policy Prd SRM QA CRM QA SRM vNIC0 Switch = Switch A vNIC0 Pin Group = SwitchA-pingroupA Prd ECC QA ECC vNIC0 VLAN Trunking = Disabled vNIC0 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 vNIC0 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:01 Prd BW QA BW vNIC0 Hardware Failover Enabled = No vNIC0 QoS policy = VMware-QoS-policy vNIC1 Switch = Switch B vNIC1 Pin Group = SwitchB-pingroupA vNIC1 VLAN Trunking = DisabledEnables movement of SAP instances without invalidating license key vNIC1 Native VLAN = VLAN 100 vNIC1 MAC Address = 00:25:B5:00:01:02 vNIC1 Hardware Failover Enabled = No• SAP license key generated based HW parameters, for example the HBA WWNN vNIC1 QoS policy = VMware-QoS-policy Policy for VM vNIC’s = 101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy...• UCS Service Profiles contain 96 attributes, including HBA WWNN (and the others) Server Side LAN Config •ESX Networking= VM vNIC tied to Port-Group:• Example where complete HW state abstraction resolves application dependencies •101_Policy, 102_Policy, 103_Policy, etc. Local Storage Profile = RAID1 no need for complex scripts to make cluster SAP “aware” Scrub Policy = Scrub local disks only no need for cluster software to grant HW availability © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 16
    • 17. DB node 1 DB node 2 DB node 3 PI ERP Print HTTP Server CRM BW ERP Spare SharePoint • UCS is fully certified for SAP (Blade and Rack server) • Windows, Linux, Vmware, Citrix XenEnterprise, RedHat RHEV, … • 30% better DB response time with VM-FEX vs soft switching ! • UCS infrastructure benefits are also valid for SAP applications Unified IO, Unified Management, Stateless Computing© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 17
    • 18. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 18
    • 19. Cisco Servers Details Cisco UCS C260 M2 Rack Server SAP S, XS size 2 x 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon E7-2870 CPU 256 or 128 GB 1066 MHz RDIMM 6 x 100 GB SSD SAS Drive 2 x LSI MegaRAID Controller 9261-8i 10 x 600 GB SAS Drive Will be also validated for 32 GB licensed memory SAP M-size Cisco UCS C460 M2 Rack Server 4 x 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon E7-4870 CPU 512 GB 1066 MHz RDIMM 2 x FusionIO 320GB MLC PCI-X card 1 x LSI MegaRAID Controller 9260-8i Validated since Q2 2011 12 x 300 GB SAS Drive Also validated for 256 GB licensed memory© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 19
    • 20. loadable dataset Blades RAM 3-to-1 5-to-1 7-to-1 Compression compression compression 2 active + stand-by 1.0 TB 3.0 TB 5.0 TB 7.0 TB 3 active + stand-by 1.5 TB 4.5 TB 7.5 TB 10.5 TB 4 active + stand-by 2.0 TB 6.0 TB 10.0 TB 14.0 TB 5 active + stand-by 2.5 TB 7.5 TB 12.5 TB 17.5 TB 6 active + stand-by 3.0 TB 9.0 TB 15.0 TB 21.0 TB 7 active + stand-by 3.5 TB 10.5 TB 17.5 TB 24.5 TB 8 active + stand-by 4.0 TB 12.0 TB 20.0 TB 28.0 TB 9 active + stand-by 4.5 TB 13.5 TB 22.5 TB 31.5 TB 10 active + stand-by 5.0 TB 15.0 TB 25.0 TB 35.0 TB 11 active + stand-by 5.5 TB 16.5 TB 27.5 TB 38.5 TB 12 active + stand-by 6.0 TB 18.0 TB 30.0 TB 42.0 TB 13 active + stand-by 6.5 TB 19.5 TB 32.5 TB 45.5 TB 14 active + stand-by 7.0 TB 21.0 TB 35.0 TB 49.0 TB 15 active + stand-by 7.5 TB 22.5 TB 37.5 TB 52.5 TB 16 active + stand by 8.0 TB 24 TB 40 TB 56.0 TB Grow further with same switching 40 active + stand-by 20 TB 60 TB 100 TB 140 TB© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 20
    • 21. Cisco Components2 * Nexus 5548UP 10 GB Switches2 * Nexus 2224 Fabric Extender2 * UCS 6248UP Fabric Interconnectx*Cisco Blades B440 M2 4 * E7-4870 (10 cores) 512GB DRAM, 2VIC cardsx * UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassisx * UCS 2204 Fabric Extender2 * C220 M3 for HANAStudio/Modeler, Management etc.1 * C2911 Integrated Service RouterNetApp Componentsx * FAS3240 HA© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 21
    • 22. Cisco Components EMC Components • 4 *Cisco Blades B440M2 • 1 * DPE with 25 * 600GB SAS 4 * E7-4870 processor on each blade (10 cores each) • 2 * DAE with 25 * 600GB SAS each 512GB DRAM 2VIC cards • 4 * Onboard IO Ports • 2 * Nexus 5548UP Switches • 4 * additional IO Ports Slot A0 (8Gbps) • 2 * Nexus 2224 Fabric Extender • 1 * ControlStation • 2 * UCS 6248UP Fabric • 2 * DataMover (one active, one Interconnect standby) • 1 * UCS 5108 Blade Server • 1 * Standby Power Supply (SPS) Chassis • 1 * EMC 19” Rack for VNX • 2 * UCS 2204 Fabric Extender • Software • 2 * C220 Rack Mount Server VNX OE for BLOCK (Management Server) VNX OE for FILE • 1 * C2911 Integrated Service Router© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 22
    • 23. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 23
    • 24. reduce cabling Traditional approach Unified approach 40% cost savings in cabling, fiber, patch cords and labor© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 24
    • 25. • Plenty of nodes and switches to config, manage and maintain • Scaling with additional nodes requires intervention on all, existing nodes • See SAP Notes: 1641148 & 1650046, GPFS patching, node recovery 1 GE switches 10 GE switches for for mgt Data & GPFS 1 GbE Mgmt 10 GbE data 10 GbE GPFS Mgmt Point© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 25
    • 26. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 26
    • 27. 10 Gb Ethernet 8 GB FC Daisy chain or 2nd network layer add more latency NFSv3 cause a NFS lock preventing automatic fail over EVA P6500 EVA P6500 EVA P6500 EVA P6500 EVA P6500X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS X9300 NFS Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway C7000 / 4 x BL670c C7000 / 4 x BL670c C7000 / 4 x BL670c C7000 / 4 x BL670c C7000 / 4 x BL670cFlex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab Flex Fab © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Datacenter Network 27
    • 28. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 28
    • 29. based on Rackmount server, NetApp, Brocade 10 GbE+ 1GbE switches• NFSv3 cause a NFS lock preventing automatic fail over• Additional Network layer required to scale beyond 2 TB© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 29
    • 30. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 30
    • 31. Disaster tolerancefor HANA Under the hood:© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 31
    • 32. Outlook Subject to change SAP app server Datacenter SAP user Network Standby HANA Storage Active HANA Storage QA + DEV Active HANA Nodes QA + DEV DR: NFS mounted share DT: Synchro replication© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 32
    • 33. Outlook Subject to change SAP app server Datacenter SAP user Network Active HANA Storage QA + DEV Side failed Active HANA Nodes© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 33
    • 34. • Accenture Innovation Labs • Medtronic• AlmavivA (Italian Rail) • Merit Energy• Baker Huges • National Research Institute Japan• Cisco • Prodamex• CSC • Petrobras• EMC • Tronox• Essar Group • SAP Success Factors• Ferrero • SAP Center of Excellence• Hotelbeds / TUI • Sysco Food• Goodus Korea • Verizon• Komatsu Australia • VISY• Maple Leaf Foods • Wipro HANA Competency Centre© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 34
    • 35.  Unified computing reduce # components to be managed, consume energy and possibly fail Very large scale HANA across multiple without increasing IO latency (single hop) Stateless Computing make Servers freely interchangeable Service profiles enable move of appliance between datacenter without heavy scripting Servers in 2nd datacenter used for Dev/QA HANA specific monitoring software as part of the Cisco intelligent automation Cisco become part of Petabyte lab setup HANA II is being jointly developed using usNIC© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 35
    • 36. • Extreme easy to extend without changing the FC Zoning anymore– just connect fabric interconnect once to the existing DC infrastructure and add blades as you go • 15 minutes to add Chassis or Blades (UCSM auto-discovery) • 10 minutes to configure up to 256 virtual NICs and HBAs per blade • 10 minutes to add an ESX server using Templates & PXE Boot • 10 minutes to add an SAP App server using CPO, cloning of QA systems • Application mobility through Service Profiles – no need to generate new SAP license keys after system move – no need for cluster software to grant HW availability • VIC Adapter: ASIC based low latency switch replaces Hypervisor soft switch • up to 256 virtual NICs and HBAs per blade dynamically configurable • 8 x 10GB • Collapses virtual and physical switching layers • Massive I/O throughput improvements (less latency, interrupts, CPU cycles) • Enables end-to-end QoS per VM down to storage • Enables virtualization of large SAP databases • I/O consolidation with standard FCoE, less Cables, less Ethernet & FC Ports© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 36

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