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  • With the rise of public cloud infrastructure providers, IT is faced with a new challenge – that of answering to the “public rate card”. It is only a matter of time before the executive committee, or even the board, is asking IT how they stack up against the economics of resources available through these public clouds. <click>Virtualization has already begun to dramatically remove the underlying complexity of IT infrastructure and operations. As a result, customers that are more aggressively adopting virtualization within their datacenters are achieving previously unattainable economics. <click> With broader virtualization, and the approach of resource pooling, automation of the ongoing operations of IT becomes a reality. It’s through the combination of utilization with virtualization, then applying automation, that the entire cost curve is being re-drawn. In fact, it is this same approach that is being applied by public cloud providers to attain their aggressive rate card. Internal IT can get there.
  • Unified Computing Relationship with Data Center 3.0 Consolidation, Virtualization, Automation: A Systems PerspectiveWithin the Datacenter there are Four planes that exist, the Process Automation, Network, Compute, and Virtualization layers. These planes contain heterogeneous components and choices.Unified computing is an architecture that transverses the planes and pre-integrates them into a solution that optimizes the intersection points.We believe that the unique value that Cisco offers comes at the intersection of these platforms. The intersection of the three bubbles brings clarity and focus to data center virtualization. At the Compute / Virtualization Intersection Three key areas to consider within virtualization: Memory, IO, and CPU. Depending on application performance any one of these will become the limiting factor to VM/Server ratios Memory – The Unified Computing solution has optimized memory – expanding the overall available memory to up to 384 gb per node IO optimization – increased IO including 10gb Unified Fabric – converging Ethernet and Fiber Channel traffic over a single cable CPU – utilizes the latest Intel chipset to expand performance The architecture optimizes all three areas allowing for more VM’s on a physical compute device At the Virtualization / Network Intersection Optimization of V-Motion calls have been integrated with the network. Management of the network directly to the virtual machine – removing previous limitations where network administrators could only manage to the physical device port Improved auditing and traceabilityAt the Compute / Network Intersection: Wire-once low latency Unified Fabric – 10gb per link Ethernet and Fiber Channel Significantly reduced components, removing points of failure All three platforms are enabled with Process Automation / data enablementThe management within the Unified Computing systems has fully open API’s (XML and industry standard) to integrate with Business Service Management solutions Provisioning workflow Event Monitoring CMDB data feedsPre-configured integration exists with key partners to speed time to deployment
  • Cloud Automation Pack at this stage is mainly delivered through a services engagement
  • Cisco Centro de Datos de proxima generación, Cisco Data Center Nex Generation

    1. 1. Next Generation DCJourney to the Cloud<br />May, 2011<br />
    2. 2. Gigabit Ethernet<br />10 Gigabit Ethernet<br />10 Gigabit DCE<br />4/8Gb Fiber Channel<br />10 Gigabit FCoE/DCE<br />Virtualized Data Center Infrastructure<br />SAN B<br />SAN A<br />vPC<br />Nexus 700010GbE Core<br />MDS 9500<br />Storage<br />Core Layer<br />Nexus 700010GbE Agg<br />Cisco Catalyst 6500<br />DC Services<br />vPC<br />Aggregation Layer<br />CBS 31xx Blade<br />Nexus 5000 & Nexus 2000<br />Top-of-Rack<br />Nexus 7000<br />End-of-Row<br />Nexus 5000<br />& FCoE<br />Top-of-Rack<br />CBS 31xx<br />MDS 9124e<br />Nexus blade (*)<br />Catalyst 6500End-of-Row <br />Cisco UCS<br />10GbE and 4/8Gb FC Server Access<br />10Gb DCE / FCoE Server Access<br />1GbE Server Access<br />Access Layer<br />(*) future<br />
    3. 3. Virtualization + Automation = Lower Costs<br />Cost per VM hour<br />20¢<br />18¢<br />16¢<br />1<br />14¢<br />12¢<br />Increase utilization<br />10¢<br />8¢<br />6¢<br />4¢<br />Increase automation<br />2¢<br />0¢<br />30%<br />35%<br />40%<br />45%<br />50%<br />55%<br />60%<br />70%<br />75%<br />80%<br />65%<br />Utilization<br />Source:VMware<br />
    4. 4. Cisco’s Data Center Fabric Vision<br />Unified Fabric<br />Unified Network Services<br />Unified Computing<br />Open Integrated Flexible Scalable Resilient<br />Secure<br />
    5. 5. Gartner Identifies Fabric Computing as Preferred Infrastructure for Virtualization and Cloud<br />Which vendor would you perceive to be the most competent to deliver on a fabric–based strategy in your enterprise?<br />Cisco<br />Dell<br />Egenera<br />HP<br />IBM<br />VMware<br />Other<br />Don’t Know/Not Sure<br />0<br />5<br />10<br />15<br />20<br />25<br />30<br />35<br />40<br />45<br />% of Respondents<br />Gartner report: Fabric Computing Poised as a Preferred Infrastructure for Virtualization and Cloud Computing, February 11, 2011, George J. Weiss and Andrew Butler Report. ID number: G00210438.<br />You can read the full Gartner report here:<br />
    6. 6. Fully integrated system that brings together the network fabric, compute resources, and virtualization software to simplify setup, improve business metrics, and enable just-in-time provisioning for business transactions<br />. <br />Virtualization control and transparancy with VN Link<br />Resource Scalingwith Cisco Extended Memory Technology<br />Dynamic Prov<br />Wire Once Infrastructure with Unified Fabric<br />Unified Computing Role in Data Center 3.0<br />Process Automation<br />VirtualizationPlatform<br />PerformanceManagement<br />AutomatedProvisioning<br />ComputePlatform<br />Network Platform<br />Business Service Management<br />
    7. 7. Unified Computing SystemDecouple Complexity and Scale<br /><ul><li>Massive scalability made simple
    8. 8. Wire-once, integrated, redundant system
    9. 9. New equipment self integrates
    10. 10. Inventory & status automatically updated
    11. 11. Immediately apply existing policies</li></ul>Service Profile: HR-App1<br />Network: HR-VLAN<br />Network QoS: High<br />MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:FC<br />WWN: 20:65:32:25:B5:00:A4:28<br />BIOS: Version 1.03<br />Boot Order: SAN, LAN<br />Policy Inventory<br />Service Profile: Default 1<br />Service Profile: HR-App1<br />
    12. 12. Private Cloud Services<br />Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud<br />Service Catalog and Self-Service Portal <br />newScale, BMC<br />Cloud Automation Pack<br />Global Orchestration & Reporting<br />EMC Ionix, UIM, Tidal, BMC, Tivoli, ca<br />CMDB<br />Adapter Framework<br />IT Service Management Tools<br />OS / Software Provisioning<br />Tidal, BMC, ca<br />Virtualization Managers<br />eg. VMware vCenter<br />UCS Manager<br />Open XML interface<br />Billing/Chargeback<br />Monitoring & Governance<br />Compute Resources<br />Virtual Infrastructure<br />Network Resources<br />Storage Resources<br />
    13. 13. Cisco Leads Another Market Transition<br />“Fabric computing is a fixture on the radar screen of many IT groups, driven by the increased penetration of virtualization and prospects for cloud computing.” <br />—Gartner <br />Fabric computing has emerged as the preferred infrastructure for data center virtualization and cloud computing, and Cisco is the market leader in this industry transition <br />Gartner report: Fabric Computing Poised as a Preferred Infrastructure for Virtualization and Cloud Computing, February 11, 2011, George J. Weiss and Andrew Butler Report. ID number: G00210438.<br />
    14. 14. Customers Have Spoken Cisco Joins Computing’s Top Tier<br />UCS momentum is fueled by game-changing innovation<br />WW<br />Cisco is quickly passing established players in fastest growing segment of x86 computing market 2<br />UCS #3 with 10.5%<br />UCS After Two Short Years<br />X86 Server Blade Market Share, Q1 CY 111<br />US<br />UCS #2 with 19.7%<br />5400 UCS Customers WW<br />Source: 1 IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q1 2011, May 2011 2 IDC Q4 CY10 Server Forecaster, 2010-2015 CAGR of x86 Blade Servers <br />
    15. 15. Why UCS Is Growing<br />Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) has moved the industry forward by unifying compute, network, storage access and virtualization into one cohesive system<br />Cisco data center customers report tangible business results due to transformative improvements in IT efficiency and agility<br />UCS is designed to solve key customer challenges in the data center<br /> Manual solution assembly<br /> Inflexible infrastructure<br /> Operational friction<br /> Virtualization complexity<br /> Inefficient scaling<br /> Compliance and audit control<br />
    16. 16. Why Cisco? The “Open” Differentiation<br />Database/Middleware<br />Customer Choice<br />Modular, integrated solutions, across all aspects of the Data Center giving customers flexibility and choice<br />Enterprise <br />Applications<br />Industry Leaders<br />Operating Systems<br />Interoperability, record-setting performance across all aspects of the Data Center<br />Risk Mitigation<br />Virtualization<br />Enhanced partnerships, validated designs, horizontal solutions<br />Storage<br />Management<br />The Network Makes Cloud Computing Possible<br />