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    • NAS Meets SAN An Introduction to Unified Storage Rob Hazen EMC Unified Storage Division Brian Boyd Duke University Office of Information Technology© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 1
    • Roadmap Information Disclaimer EMC makes no representation and undertakes no obligations with regard to product planning information, anticipated product characteristics, performance specifications, or anticipated release dates (collectively, ―Roadmap Information‖). Roadmap Information is provided by EMC as an accommodation to the recipient solely for purposes of discussion and without intending to be bound thereby. Roadmap information is EMC Restricted Confidential and is provided under the terms, conditions and restrictions defined in the EMC Non- Disclosure Agreement in place with your organization.© Copyright 2009 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 2
    • Your Data Center Today Users Multiple protocols SQL Inefficient backup No disaster recovery CIFS CIFS CIFS Difficult to scale SQL High management costs NFS NFS NFS Server sprawl Oracle Out of power iSCSI iSCSI iSCSI Out of space Exchange Underutilized direct- SAN attached storage© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 3
    • Solution: Consolidate Your Data Users Multiple protocols Inefficient backup SQL No disaster recovery Difficult to scale SQL High management costs Server sprawl Oracle Out of power Out of space Underutilized direct- Exchange attached storage Centralized Storage© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 4
    • Solution: Virtualize Your Servers Users Multiple protocols Inefficient backup SQL No disaster recovery Difficult to scale SQL High management costs Server sprawl Oracle Out of power Out of space Underutilized direct- Exchange attached storage Centralized Storage© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 5
    • Which Protocol? So…they want me to consolidate my storage infrastructure How do I do that? Do I use… NAS (Network Attached Storage)? iSCSI (SCSI over IP)? SAN (Storage Attached Network)? Data Type Transport Block File FC IP NAS   iSCSI   How do I choose? SAN  © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 6
    • Which Protocol? So…they want me to consolidate my storage infrastructure How do I do that? Do I use… NAS (Network Attached Storage)? iSCSI (SCSI over IP)? Wrong Question! SAN (Storage Attached Network)? Data Type Transport Block File FC IP NAS   iSCSI   How do I choose? SAN  © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 7
    • The REAL Questions So…they want me to consolidate my storage infrastructure Think about the right How do I questions… Drive down costs? Increase storage efficiency? Guarantee compliance? Provide data protection? Protect my investment? Deliver reliable service?© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 8
    • Agenda – How do I…  Storage Consolidation Drive down costs  Multi-Protocol Connectivity  Deduplication Increase storage efficiency  Storage Tiering  Virtual Provisioning Guarantee compliance  File-Level Compliance  File-Level Restore Provide data protection  Backup and Replication Insure investment protection and uptime reliability  Celerra Unified Storage© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 9
    • Drive Down Costs… Users SQL CIFS CIFS CIFS SQL Consolidating storage to a Celerra NFS NFS Unified Storage Platform NFS ENABLES Operational Savings Oracle and Improved Management iSCSI iSCSI iSCSI Exchange SAN© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 10
    • Increase Storage Efficiency… Consolidation Users  Consolidate storage to Celerra Unified Storage SQL  Reduce physical server count with virtualization SQL VMware  Supports NFS/CIFS and iSCSI Oracle  Simplified manageability Oracle  Increased availability Celerra Exchange  Add Fibre Channel as needed© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 11
    • Celerra Innovations Virtual infrastructure Common infrastructure for virtual and physical Fully Automated applications Flash drives Storage Tiering (FAST) Tier 0 storage with up Tier data according to to 30 times more IOPS business value Unified storage Deduplication Cost-effective NAS and iSCSI File system deduplication and high-performance with compression reduces Multi-Path File System capacity requirements and Fibre Channel by up to 50% Simplified setup and Compliance provisioning Compliant file-level retention (WORM) for Celerra Startup Assistant Advanced functionality archiving and Celerra Provisioning Wizard at no extra cost Deduplication, Virtual Provisioning, snaps, and Automated Volume Manager included at no additional cost© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 12
    • Celerra Architecture: Unified Storage  DART Operating System  Dual Storage Processors (SP) – Common across all Celerra platforms – Automatic failover – Hardware independent – CLARiiON FLARE technology – Managed through Celerra Manager – Fiber Channel option available GUI or CLI through CLARiiON DART OS Flare10/100/1000 N+1 N+1 SP A Ethernet N+1 Data Movers Data Movers Data Movers SP B 1/10 GigE ―X-Blades‖ ―X-Blades‖ ―X-Blades‖ Scalable Disk Array Embedded CLARiiON Enclosures N+1 X-Blades  Block Storage – Support NFS, CIFS, iSCSI – iSCSI – Fibre ChannelCelerra and CLARiiON best in class functionality in one easy platform © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 13
    • Increase Storage Efficiency Pressure to Store File Data More Efficiently However…  Data growth is exploding, primarily due to the growth of  Having an unnecessarily large unstructured data number of copies of data is wasteful and irresponsible  Having multiple copies of data is desirable and widely  Lowering infrastructure costs considered responsible is a necessity What about all of these files? Sub-optimal storage utilization  Users request dedicated storage but have low utilization rates  Storage over allocated to Data DeDuplication applications to insure future Virtual Provisioning growth Tiered Storage  Difficult to manage storage capacity planningUsers and apps demand more storage! © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 14
    • Celerra Unified Storage Efficiency Celerra Data Deduplication  Deduplication/compression File data – Reduce the space consumed by files up to 50% 10 TB 1 TB – Inactive data managed by policies – Active data managed by users Active Inactive – Intelligent, tunable, simple, fully integrated Compress & deduplicate  Celerra Plug-in for VMware Up to 50% savings – VMware Administrator controls storage provisioning and ~ 5 TB efficiency management File-level deduplication and compression  Virtual ProvisioningCelerra Virtual Provisioning – Request based on project expectations – Consume storage as the project rolls out Proj A Proj B Proj C – If Project doesn‘t meet expectations - space available for 5 TB 4 TB 6 TB the next projectLogicalapplicationand user view  Online file system expansionPhysical – If Project exceeds expectations – increase space online 4 TBallocation Physical without disruption 2 TB 2 TB consumed storage – Invisible to VMware ESX operations Built-in thin provisioning© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 15
    • Celerra Deduplication Calculator Easy-to-Use Celerra Deduplication Calculator 1. Enter data size 2. Enter growth rate 3. Enter storage cost 4. Click ―Calculate‖ 5. Discover projected space and cost savings Celerra Inactive File-Level Deduplication plus Compression  Allows up to 50% storage savings for typical office files  Intelligent file selection means low impact to users with flexibility to tune for specific environments© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 16
    • FAST – Fully Automated Storage TieringGet the right data to the right tier… …at the right time …automatically Celerra Flash FAST Fibre Create policy Channel Define rules SATA Save and enact policy© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 17
    • Celerra FAST Deployment Options Extending outside the Celerra EMC File Management Within the Celerra Appliance SATA Celerra Flash Fibre Channel SATA Centera Flash EMC File Management SATA Fibre Appliance/VE Channel Celerra SATA Atmos Celerra© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 18
    • FAST – Sub LUN Enhancement Available Soon Before After  Available to hosts using block Pool access Tier 0  More Granular: Extends FAST to LUN 1 sub-LUN blocks (1 GB)  More Automated: moves hot or LUN 2 Tier 1 cold blocks with increased automation  Enables customers to optimize LUN 3 Tier 2 their mix of SATA, FC, and EFD drives… maximizing for both cost Most Activity and performance Neutral Activity Least Activity© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 19
    • Guarantee Compliance… Compliance Challenges  Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rule 17a-4(f) stipulates requirements to regulate the storage, retrieval, and management of electronic records by members, brokers, or dealers Business Challenges  Business best practices require that data be retained for certain time periods  Business must preserve information for product lifetime and as a hedge against litigation Use Celerra File Level Retention Capabilities to enforce governance policies that limit write access© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 20
    • Celerra File-Level Retention Options Compliance (FLR-C) Option Meets SEC Rule 17a-4(f) requirements Prevents file system deletions with locked files ―Hard‖ default retention periods Write-verify to validate committed content Retention periods cannot be modified, files and file systems cannot be deleted Tamper-proof clock cannot be modified Third-party compliance validation Enterprise (FLR-E) Option Enables adherence to organizational policy Provides for retention periods per file, modifiable by authorized users File systems may be deleted© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 21
    • Provide Data Protection…  Protect data against loss  Single file undelete  Loss of file system  Disaster scenarios  Provide data backup and recovery solutions Celerra offers a wide range of solutions for protecting and recovering data: Snaps, Replication, Backup© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 22
    • Celerra Snaps  Provides a read-only or read-write, Celerra Unified point-in-time view of file data Storage  Backup the snap not the source  Recover data without administrator R/O R/W snap snap  Writable Snaps allow read/write Production Logical Logical access based on previous file system point-in-time writeable copy copy checkpoint – Does not change production file system – Does not change previous snap – Changed blocks written to snap save area  Writable Snap Benefits – Adds write capabilities to both local and remote snaps – Creates test environments for databases – After testing, changes can be applied to the production file system© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 23
    • Celerra Replication – CIFS, NFS, iSCSI Point-in-Time Asynchronous File System and iSCSI LUN Replication Flexible – Local or remote replication – Application-consistent replication – Copy can be read only or read/write – Changes can be incrementally reapplied to the primary on failback Application consistent replication – Via Replication Manager – Celerra Virtual Data Mover (VDM) Fully Automated maintains context with CIFS data – Recovery Point Objective (RPO) Highly Scalable – Quality of Service – Up to 1,024 replication sessions Efficient – 1-to-N replication for data distribution – Production data always available – Cascading Replication for multi-site disaster recovery – Send only changes© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 24
    • Celerra with VMware for Disaster Recovery Production Recovery Celerra and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager Integration  Celerra Replicator controlled by vCenter Site Recovery Manager ESX Servers ESX servers ESX Servers ESX servers  Define Celerra and VMware business continuity/disaster recovery workflows for discovery, testing, and failover  Celerra-specific VMware vCenter Server plug-in simplifies the failback process Celerra Replicator Benefits vCenter Site  Simplifies and automates disaster Recovery Manager recovery Celerra failback Celerra  Makes disaster recovery a property of the virtual machine Makes disaster recovery rapid,  Provides central management of recovery plans from VMware vCenter Server reliable, manageable, affordable  Turns manual recovery processes into automated recovery plans© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 25
    • Tape-Based Backup and Restore Options Network Backup NDMP Backup SAN Backup (LAN-less local backup) (LAN-less and serverless) Network Network Network Data Data Data Celerra Celerra Backup Tape/ Backup Celerra Tape/ Gateway Backup Tape Unified server disk server Unified disk Symmetrix server Storage library Storage library  Most backup utilities EMC NetWorker,  Most backup utilities  NFS/CIFS mounts Symantec NetBackup,  Backup with Celerra over the client CommVault Galaxy, MPFS network or separate HP OpenView, Atempo  Fast and efficient sub-network Time Navigator, IBM Tivoli Storage Mgr, ++© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 26
    • Are we done?© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 27
    • Agenda - Recap   Storage Consolidation Driving down costs   Multi-Protocol Connectivity   Deduplication Increase storage efficiency   Storage Tiering   Virtual Provisioning Guarantee compliance  File-Level  File Level Compliance  File-Level restore  File level restore Data protection   Backup and Replication Investment protection and reliability • Celerra Unified Storage © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 28
    • Why EMC Celerra CELERRA  No-compromise availability – Designed to deliver Five 9s (99.999%) The Industry-Leading availability with advanced failover Unified Storage Platform  Comprehensive unified storage – NAS, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and patented Celerra Multi-Path File System (MPFS)  Scalability leadership – Up to eight X-Blades on the front end; up to four arrays on the back end – Native Fibre Channel connectivity for most demanding performance requirements – Flash drives for I/O-intensive applications  Automated tiering for unified storage – Fully Automated Storage Tiering (FAST) automatically moves data to the optimal storage type based on activity – Reduce file system capacity requirements up #1 in NAS (IDC, Q4 2009) to 50% through Data Deduplication and compression© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 29
    • Celerra Ease-of-Use Capabilities = No charge Celerra Startup Celerra Manager Automated Volume Assistant Management Installation 15 minutes power-up to production Intuitive Web-based management Provision file systems in four clicksCelerra Virtual Provisioning Celerra SnapSure Celerra Monitoring User A User B User C 10 GB 10 GB 10 GB Logical application and user view Physical 4 GB allocation Physical 2 GB 2 GB consumed storage Built-in thin provisioning Simple snaps At-a-glance system status© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 30
    • Celerra Built-in Advanced Functionality = No charge Celerra Replicator Celerra Data Celerra FAST Production Local Site Remote Site Deduplication File data 1 TB Network Network Network Active Inactive FS/ FS/ FS/ LUN LAN LUN WAN LUN Snaps Snaps Snaps Compress File Management Appliance and dedupe Policy Engine Up to 50%savings 10-minute RPO 2-hour RPO ~ 500 GB Integration with Rainfinity File Simple business rule RPO File-level deduplication and compression Management Appliance to provide FAST File-Level Retention Celerra Event Enabler Multi-Path File System IP Celerra Anti-virus/QM NAS User server request Application servers Fibre Channel or iSCSI SAN Delivery Integration with third-party anti-virus and NS Write Once-Read Many (WORM) quota management vendors Improved performance and scalability© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 31
    • Unisphere: Simple, Consolidated Management Available Soon Single ‗pane of glass‘ Unifying Navisphere and Celerra Manager Simple, Easy, Comprehensive Application Centric provisioning Automated Best Practices Integrated Service & Support Supports CLARiiON and Celerra systems© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 32
    • EMC Celerra Plug-in for VMware Provisioning vCenter Plug-in – Automatically mounts created NFS FS to ESX servers and clusters – Automatically employ VMware and EMC best practices —ESX and Celerra (including Virtual Provisioning) – Enlarge file system Virtual machine cloning – FullClone (copy), FastClone (snap) Virtual machine storage optimization – Reduce the storage space for VMs Celerra through Celerra Data Deduplication – Operate on host, cluster, data center, folder, or data store – Uncompress VMs on demand NFS data store management for the VMware Administrator© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 33
    • Customer Deployment: Duke University Brian Boyd Senior Storage Network Administrator Office of Information Technology Duke University© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 34
    • Customer Deployment: Duke University Video© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 35
    • Duke University –Questions/Problems Backups? What’s that? Why can’t I go to Best Buy and buy 2 Terabytes for $199? Hurricanes? Why should I be concerned with that? What does this big red button in the datacenter do? My desktop is just fine for storing things I have 4 years of research data on my thumbdrive – and now it’s not working anymore! My laptop got lost/stolen/broken!© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 36
    • Duke University - BeforeDecentralized Architecture Bronze Storage Several arrays, unique configurations, purposes  Fuqua Replication AIX admin Service levels not defined, difficult to provision Other apps Backup was fragmented Fibre Channel DiskGrowth Drove Purchases and consolidation 35 TB NAS & SATA requirements demand capacity EMC SAN New Exchange requirements CX3-80 Explosive Vmware growth Storage growth overrunning departmental IT  Sun Mail Only Silver Storage Bronze Storage Fibre Channel Disk  Fuqua Replication  AFS 35 TB AIX admin Dcal SAN Other apps Novell SATA Disk Vendor Other apps 35 TB Array #1 Fibre Channel Disk EMC SAN Vendor 70 TB Array #2 SAN CX3-40 © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 37
    • Duke University – Solution ConsiderationsStandard Storage Hardware  Standard Storage Tiers  Standard Replication strategies  Standard Hardware Standard Service Offerings  Use of best practices for  Standard Operating Systems configuration of storage needs  Standard Patch levels  Industry standard applications  Standard VMWare sizing Anticipated Benefits  Faster response to requests  Lower cost of administration  Better storage utilization  Faster provisioning© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 38
    • Duke University – Service Levels: Tier 1 Two Tiers – 1 (Essential) and 2 (Critical, Sensitive, Tolerant) Essential (tier 1)  Structured Data (High end Databases, Business systems)  Mission critical to the operation of the University  Medical paging systems, Alert communications  High speed disk, failover capabilities with synchronous replication© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 39
    • Duke University – Service Levels: Tier 2 Critical (tier 2 gold)  Learning & Identity management Systems  Microsoft Exchange Email, Security Video Feeds  Host application or array replication, not necessarily synchronous failover  Backed up via offsite tape for DR purposes  High speed FC disks Sensitive (tier 2 silver)  Course file storage  Student Email  General application storage  Not replicated but backed up via enterprise backup infrastructure Tolerant (tier 2 bronze)  Fileshare systems  Typically on normal speed SATA disk.  Departmental storage  Lecture, Media capture and longer term archival© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 40
    • Duke University - Today - Gold/Silver/Bronze (Exchange, EMC VMWare, Lecture Capture, MirrorView Blackboard, SISS, etc.) - Location: Datcenter A and B - Drives: Fiber Channel & SATA - Access SAN or NAS EMC NS-480 EMC NS-480 - Expandable: Yes (150 TB FC/SATA) (105 TB FC/SATA) - Currently Student Mail Only -Drives: Fiber Channel Tier 2 consolidation efforts - Expandable: No • Departmental Storage – Primarily NAS/SATA - Access: SAN only • Media Capture – Primarily NAS/SATAVendor Array #1 • Microsoft Exchange – Primarily FC (35 TB FC) • Vmware – 75% SATA/ 25% FC - Standard Silver Storage • Replication – Standard Mirrorview or Host based -(Legacy Applications) replication -Drives: Fiber Channel • Most unstructured data now on unified platform with - Expandable: No standard offerings enabling flexibility and ease ofVendor Array #2 - Access SAN only support (70 TB FC) © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 41
    • Duke University – Celerra Unified Storage Examples Archive PPT1 Doc2 PPT1 Doc2 Doc3 Doc1 Doc3 Doc1 FC PPT1 Doc3 Doc2 Doc1 PPT1 Doc3 Doc2 Doc1 CIFS SAN NFS LAN FTP Consolidated servers and storage Integrated VMware environment Protected data© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Increased efficiency Celerra Unified 42
    • Duke University – Future Tier 2: Gold/Silver/Bronze EMC - Primary Targets : MS Exchange, MirrorView Lecture Capture - Drives: 70 TB FC, 140 TB SATA EMC NS-480 (100 TB FC/SATA) - Access SAN or NAS EMC NS-480 - Expansion: Yes (110 TB FC/SATA) Tier 2: Gold/Silver/Bronze - Primary Targets: Departmental Growth, EMC Research Computing MirrorView - Drives: 30 TB FC, 100 TB SATA - Access SAN or NAS EMC NS-480 (65 TB FC/SATA) - Expansion: Yes EMC NS-480(65 TB FC/SATA)© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 43
    • Duke University – Future Directions and Considerations© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 44
    • Celerra Unified Storage Family Unified Storage Gateway Dedicated storage Take advantage of EMC SAN Easy to deploy infrastrures to provide NAS services Simple to manage NX4 NS-120 NS-480 NS-960 NS-G2 NS-G8 Advanced Advanced AdvancedAvailability Failover Failover Failover Failover Failover Failover (N+1/N+M) (N+1/N+M) (N+1/N+M)Number of X-Blades 1 or 2 1 or 2 2 or 4 2–8 1 or 2 2–8 NFS/CIFS NFS/CIFS NFS/CIFS NFS/CIFS NFS/CIFS NFS/CIFS MPFS, iSCSI, MPFS, MPFS, MPFS, MPFS,Connectivity iSCSI, Fibre Channel iSCSI, iSCSI, iSCSI, iSCSI, Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Fibre Channel Fibre ChannelStorage Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated SAN SAN (CLARiiON, Symmetrix) (CLARiiON, Symmetrix)Maximum usable IP 16 TB/ 32 TB/ 64 TB/ 128 TB/ 64 TB/ 128 TB/storage capacity 32 TB 64 TB 192 TB 896 TB 128 TB 896 TB(X-Blade/system)© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 45
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    • Please help us improve by filling out session evaluations! NAS Meets SAN: An Introduction to Celerra Unified Storage Rob Hazen (EMC), Brian Boyd (Duke University) Related EMC World SessionsKeynotes Next Generation Datacenters - Building an Information Utility (Rich Napolitano, Tu@2p)Lectures Celerra FAST Uncovered: Cloud Integration and Storage Efficiency (M@3:30p, Th@11:30a) Celerra Unified Storage Architecture and Key Concepts (Tu@8a, W@2p) Introducing Unisphere: the New Management UI for CLARiiON & Celerra (M@11a, Tu@11a) Managing a Deduplicated World - Using EMC Data Protection Advisor with EMC Avamar and EMC Data Domain (W@9:30a, Th@8:30a) Simple and Cost Effective Exchange Archiving with Celerra Unified Storage and SourceOne (W@11a) Unified Application Management: Ionix Application Stack Manager and Server Configuration Management (M@11a, W@2p)Hands-on Workshops CLARiiON and Celerra: Unisphere - Hands-on Workshop (M@11a, Tu@11a, Tu@3:30p, W@9:30a, W@3:30p) Introduction to Celerra Administration - Hands-on Workshop (M@8a, Tu@5p, W@3:30p, Th@11:30a)Birds-of-a-Feather Unisphere - the New Common Celerra and CLARiiON Graphical User Interface (W@8a)Midrange Storage Booth Demos [―Simple‖ kiosk]: Unisphere Demo [―Efficient‖ kiosk]: FMA Archive to the Cloud & Virtual Archive© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 47
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