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CMI held an event at the Fresno Grizzlie game to explore ideas of data center convergence and IBM Pure Systems, flash storage, and cloud-based backup / restore solutions from eVault

CMI held an event at the Fresno Grizzlie game to explore ideas of data center convergence and IBM Pure Systems, flash storage, and cloud-based backup / restore solutions from eVault

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  • I want to talk a few minutes about combing flash with storage virtualization. What is storage virtualization? – Let’s pause for a moment and go back to 2005, just 8 years ago. That is when the push for server virtualization really started and chances are you have Vmware deployed in your data center today and will not go back to 100% physical systems. Maybe you have KVM or Hyper-V and not Vmware, regardless. Show of hands for those that will go back to 100% physical system environment? I suspected that I would have few to no takers on that, so why are you managing your storage like you managed your servers in 2005? Now you start to understand at a high level what storage virtualization is. It breaks the bond between your servers and storage, creating a hypervisor, such that you can manage more storage arrays collectively rather than individually. Just like your Vmware Hypervisor, our storage hypervisor is intelligent. We provide all of the advanced functionality such as thin provisioning, snapshots, mirroring, automated tiering and compression for all of your storage. You no longer have to manage each array and all of the software functions on them, let the storage hypervisor do it for you. When you combine this capability with flash, you gain the ability to effectively control costs, deliver better performance across all of your storage and provide better data protection. I would like to walk your through a case study where a client took advantage of flash and storage virtualization to deliver big cost savings while accelerating application performance
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    • 1. Data Center Trends and Convergence
    • 2. Agenda 1. Introductions 2. CMI Overview 3. Data Center – Convergence Discussion 4. Flash Storage 5. Back-up / Restore Overview 6. Q & A 7. Batter up 2
    • 3. Partnership Values That Define CMI’s 36 Years Depth Satisfaction
    • 4. Storage Management • Storage Optimization • Automation • Virtualization • Tiering . HSM • Cloud Assessment CMI Solution Portfolio Strategic Consulting IT / Business Alignment – Assessments / Roadmaps - CIOaaS Business Continuance • Business Impact Analysis • Backup / Restore • High Availability • Disaster Recovery Data Center Optimization • Maturity Assessment • Optimization Strategic Planning • Architecture / Design • Implementation Services • Operational Policies and Procedures IT Infrastructure Compute - Storage – Virtualization - Network
    • 5. CMI Client Partnership Model How CMI builds trust and partnership with its clients Client
    • 6. Data Center Overview & Convergence
    • 7. DC Trends 1. Modularization – Convergence 2. Virtualization 3. Cloud Computing – Public / Private / Hybrid 4. IT as a Service 5. Workload automation / management 6. Big Data meets Social - BI 7. Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) - Single Pane of Glass 8. Hadoop 9. Open Source 10. Sustainability and containing costs 7
    • 8. Data Center Scorecard 8
    • 9. Moving from Basic to Strategic Basic data centers Use of new technology: 43% first and fast technology adoption 1% move virtual machines to meet desired outcomes 21% use storage virtualization 3% use a storage service catalog (tiered storage) Results: 65% New projects Maintaining existing infrastructure 35% Strategic data centers Use of new technology: 86% first and fast technology adoption 58% move virtual machines to meet desired outcomes 93% use storage virtualization 87% use a storage service catalog (tiered storage) Results 47% 53% New projects Maintaining existing infrastructure Source: 2012 IBM Data Center Study: www.ibm.com/data-center/study ( http://www.ibm.com/data-center/study )9
    • 10. CMI DC Overview – Current State 10
    • 11. CMI DC Trend – Convergence 11
    • 12. CMI DC Overview – Future State 12
    • 13. CMI DC Overview – Interim State 13
    • 14. Pure Systems: Faster time to service delivery Expert Integrated System Reduced Time, Cost and Risk Design ManageDeploy Maintain
    • 15. Compute • Unmatched performance with max processor & memory capability for Intel based systems • Full Capability Power Nodes for Unix Workloads • Flexible choice of nodes to meet performance requirements Network and Chassis Infrastructure • Highest performance I/O with up to 40Gb Ethernet, 16Gb SAN speeds and/or 56Gb Infiniband FDR • 10 Year Platform Commitment for Investment Protection • Only platform to support a mixed environment of both x86 as well UNIX based systems Management • Significantly reduce the number of manual steps to greatly simplify management • Manages IT as one; reducing complexity and automating everyday management tasks Storage • Reduce disk capacity needs by up to 80% with V7000 Real-time Compression • Automatically optimize data between storage tiers with IBM Easy Tier • Connect to ANY Major Storage Vendor – Natively or via San Volume Controller Financial Considerations • Significant TCO Reduction vs. Old Infrastructure • Better Cost Basis Pure Systems, World Class Converged Solution
    • 16. Integrated Infrastructure Delivering Infrastructure Services Application Platform Delivering Platform Services Infrastructure Components Beyond Blades Data Platform Delivering Data Services Pure Systems – Multiple Configurations
    • 17. PhysicalVirtualWorkload Physical Consolidation & Setup Management Integration Resource Utilization Resource Pooling Intelligent Automation  Automated virtual machine placement  Dynamic allocation of virtual server, storage and network resources*  Automated network configuration for virtual machine deployment and mobility  Virtual workload definition  Placement services and advisors  Pooling of network switch resources to enable consistent network policy application  Virtual Machine relocation for compute, storage and networking  Storage resource overcommit monitoring  Space efficient copies maximize storage utilization, accelerating deployment Choice of Hypervisors Simplified Virtualization Management
    • 18. Virtualization is Path to Cloud
    • 19. Pure Systems Example Scenarios • Blade Center v2.0 • DC modularization • Disaster Recovery • VDI • High computational Linux platform • “Cloud in a box” • Rapid R&D environments Texas Memory Systems - an IBM Company
    • 20. Acquisition CostAcquisition Cost SecuritySecurity DeploymentDeployment DowntimeDowntime Asset ManagementAsset Management SoftwareSoftware MaintenanceMaintenance PowerPower SpaceSpace 10%-50% 50%-90% “For modern IT platforms, 30% of the total cost is the cost of acquiring the equipment. The balance is for IT labor/services to configure, maintain, upgrade, reconfigure, and ultimately decommission the equipment. “IT organizations are spending from 70-80% of their total IT budgets on maintenance and ongoing operations. -- Forrester-- IDC TCO Pure Systems – Business Case
    • 21. Original Environment The analysis has been performed to consolidate: Hardware Stack •Total of 100 servers from the Current Environment •Total of 200 sockets and 800 cores •Total Purchase Cost: $298,900 Software Stack • Primary Operating System: Microsoft Windows; License Count: 80 • Primary Virtualization Software: Microsoft Hyper-V ; License Count: 100 • Primary Database Server Software: None ; License Count: 0 • Primary Application Server Software: None ; License Count: 0 IBM PureFlex Environment The TCO and ROI analysis proposes: Hardware Stack • 41 IBM Flex System x240 (E5-2670) 2.6GHz (2ch x 8co) servers • With a total of 82 sockets and 656 cores • Total Purchase Cost: $316,934 Software Stack • Operating System: Microsoft Windows; License Count: 41 • Virtualization Software: Microsoft Hyper-V ; License Count: 82 • Database Server Software: None • Application Server Software: None Project Overview
    • 22. BSC_RT_NoDisplay,FONT_ SIZE_60}> BOC_RT_NoDisplay,FONT _SIZE_60}> TCO ANALYSIS 22 • $2,300,956 Capital Cost Avoidance • $10,224,455 Reduction in Operating Expenses • $0 Reduction Employee Productivity Costs • $0 Reduction in Potential Revenue Impact $20,519,860 TCO – Current Architecture $9,806,557 TCO – IBM PureFlex System $10,713,303 or 52.2% Total Savings
    • 23. Modularization Benefits Consolidate More efficiently consolidate systems and applications to reduce operating expenses Optimize Better tune and automate systems and applications to improve application performance, scalability and reliability Accelerate Cloud Launch self-service applications efficiently in a secure, and integrated cloud environment Innovate More rapidly deliver new applications and services to meet new business needs Consolidate Accelerate Cloud InnovateOptimize 23
    • 24. Flash Storage
    • 25. The Goals (What if you could…) • Radically accelerate your most critical applications and stop getting crushed at peak usage? • Do it quickly with low risk? • Co-exist with, and return performance and value to your existing disc arrays? • Derive business value from your big data in real or near real time (Meaningful, timely analytics)? • Minimize risk of critical production stability on early stage products and companies?
    • 26. Why Are There Issues in the Data Center? In the last 10 years: • CPU Speed: Performance increase roughly 8-10x • DRAM Speed: Performance increase roughly 7-9x • Network Speed: Performance increase of 100x • Bus Speed: Performance increased roughly 20x • Disk speed: Performance increased ONLY 1.2x
    • 27.  Price/performance ($/GB) & TCO profile favors HDDs  Used for offloading „cooler‟ data from flash storage  Optimizing for large active capacities and growth rates  „Good enough‟ performance is all you need (low I/Os per GB)  When performance can be measured in Milliseconds vs. Microseconds Flash-optimized storage isn’t always the answer. Spinning disks make sense when… Does Spinning Disc Still Have Its Place?
    • 28. The truth is…… • We are at a crossroad moment in data storage. • The opportunity exists with flash technology to enable organizations to fully utilize the power of the applications that have been I/O bound by the constraints of mechanical devices in an electronic data path. • Flash is a game changer
    • 29. Flash Basic Value Proposition
    • 30. Value for Storage Administrators  Simple, 2-Step Provisioning Process – Define capacity – Define access  Simple Active/Active Controllers – No load-balancing required – No complex architecture to learn  Intuitive User Interfaces – Cloud-friendly, scriptable HTTPS API  Best-in-Class Support – Available 24x7 to same staff as 8-5 – Support beyond the issue Easy to Use Great Support Fits In Your Environment
    • 31. Value for Application Owners  Human Cost Recovery – Greater productivity for application users – Developers focus on value-add rather than tactical, iterative performance tuning  Deterministic Performance – Low latency all the time  Massive Scalability – Increased performance through application parallelism – Linear improvement without visible impact to latency  Reusable Through Upgrade Cycles – Far ahead of CPU curve – Upgrade Apps/Servers/Platforms and remain CPU bound
    • 32. Flash Market Sweet Spots Do More, Do it Faster! OLTP Databases – Financial, gaming, real-time billing, trading, real-time monitoring, query acceleration (DB2/Oracle), etc. Analytical applications (OLAP) – Business intelligence, batch processing, ERP systems, reporting, massive data feeds, etc. Virtual Infrastructures – VDI, Consolidated virtual infrastructures, user profiles, etc. HPC/Computational Applications – Simulation, modeling, rendering, FS metadata, scratch space, video on demand, thread efficiency, etc. Cloud-scale Infrastructures – On-demand computing, content distribution, web, caching, metadata, GPFS, active file management, etc.
    • 33. Combining Flash with Storage Virtualization Clients gain… • Extreme performance of IBM FlashSystem with IBM MicroLatency™ • Advanced storage functionality of IBM SVC • Thin Provisioning – allocate storage “just in time” • Easy Tier – storage efficiency • FlashCopy – point in time copies • Mirroring/Copy Services – data replication and protection • Real-Time Compression – up to 5X more data in the same physical space • An ability to cost effectively deploy quickly and realize immediate results
    • 34. Equinix Case Study Equinix – Global colocation provider with data centers in 31 markets across 15 countries in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pac Challenge – In the middle of a major update to their “order to cash” business processes including Siebel, Tibco, Oracle OBIEE. CMI asked to develop a physical architecture for the logical application architecture. – New architecture needed to be scalable, flexible and high performing to grow with the company and easily add new workloads, responding on demand to changing capacity requirements. Equinix wanted to optimize their current storage environment (EMC) and make it easier to implement and manage in the future. 34
    • 35. Equinix Case Study Resolution – CMI took inventory of the existing architecture – applications, servers, storage, network – and took the logical architecture sizing information to map the logical to physical requirements. – Reviewed options – e.g., Power vs. Intel, traditional disk vs. Flash-based arrays, etc. and developed TCO cases to determine the best options for compute, storage, and enterprise licensing. • (7) IBM Power p750 servers – Upgrades to existing p750s for reuse and cost savings – Maximum performance, reliability, scalability and flexibility with lowest 3-year TCO – Decreases server count to reduce Oracle license and maintenance costs • IBM SAN Volume Controller (SVC) – Controls the existing storage subsystems and allows for virtualization, ease of implementation and management going forward • Flash Memory Arrays – Supports the new data needs for the rollout – approx. 120TB – Improves performance 50-80% over traditional disk systems to reduce I/O constraints – Lowers TCO – fewer servers/storage needed as a result of the performance gains 35
    • 36. Equinix Case Study Impact – Equinix rolled out the new infrastructure and is delighted with the performance, reliability, flexibility, ease-of-management and overall value of the entire solution – Team was trained quickly on the new platform and have confidence in their ability to manage and scale the solution as the business requires – Improved performance of databases by 60-80% – Reduced Oracle licensing and maintenance costs by 25% – Reduced hardware costs by 23% – Simplified ongoing storage provisioning and management 36
    • 37. Back-up / Restore Overview
    • 38. Cloud Backup Types Vendor Managed Vendor managed backup solution. Client specified requirements, installs the agents / or uses client software. The vendor provides a managed service. Public Backups Shared Management Client managed cloud backup destination. A replacement for existing backup hardware. Private Backups Pub Backups Array Solution Client managed cloud storage appliance that provides centralized management and local access to data. SitePvt Appliance 38
    • 39. Cloud Vendor Managed Backup Vendor Managed Private Backups Charge Model: Charge based on data transferred. This is an inexpensive solution if your data change rate is low. Best suited for: Companies wanting SLA‟s and to get out of the backup management business. Setup: Client discovery is done to specify SLA‟s, storage tiers, archive and compliance requirements as well as identify constraints like bandwidth and backup windows. Backup Process: Typically vendor agents are installed on hosts and cloud hardware is dedicated. Restore Process: Self service web portal as well as 24/7 customer service. Typical Options: Local appliance, de-duplication, compression and network acceleration, proactive reporting. 39
    • 40. Cloud Shared Management Backup Public Backups Shared Management Charge Model: Based on data capacity stored in the cloud. Best suited for: Organizations that have a high change rate with a lower amount of data. A replacement for offsite backup hardware, while retaining full control of backup management and software. Setup: Storage is allocated and the initial copy is made over the wire. Some providers offer a one time seed option to speed the initial backup. Backup Process: Vendor agent or host mapped drive. Managed by client owned backup software. Restore Process: Client owned backup software or self service web portal. Typical Options: Management, 24/7 customer service, local appliance, de-duplication, compression and network acceleration. 40
    • 41. Cloud Array Backup Pub Backups Array Solution SitePvt Appliance Charge Model: One time local appliance hardware charge, plus identified cloud storage providers. Best suited for: Organizations wanting centralized management of multiple cloud storage solutions, while retaining full control of the backup management and software. Typically includes: de-duplication, compression and network acceleration. Setup: Installation of appliance and configuration of cloud providers. Backup Process: Vendor agent or host mapped drive. Managed by client owned backup software. Restore Process: Local appliance storage cache or cloud self service web portal. Typical Options: HA, DR, Site to Site replication 41
    • 42. Cloud Considerations • Total capacity stored and data change rate • Backup Management and SLA • Licensing Costs • Staff Costs. HR issues. Training issues. • Equipment. Floor/Rack space • Network Bandwidth • Tiering Options: reduces cost of storage. 50 TB of spinning tier one disks? • Compression / De-duplication Option: reduces amount of data stored • Optional Functionality: Backup, HA, DR. – It is your backup. By default it‟s HA. By default it speaks top DR. • CAPEX and OPEX spend • Restoring data is not usually as simple as one tape = one load. • Adds discipline, SLAs, structure to Service Levels • Focus on production/applications 42
    • 43. Operational Recovery Time 43 • Does not include transfer time • Assumes tapes are located onsite and available • Iron Mountain or off-site = more time • On-site? How often checked, tested? • What if the label is wrong? Step Tape Minutes Cloud Minutes 1 Go to PC 5 Go to PC 5 2 Browser 5 Browser 5 3 Find File 5 Find File 5 4 Find tape (Assumes tape is onsite) 60 Restore File End 5 Load Tape 30 6 File Span multi tapes 30 7 Restore File End Example Recovery Time* 2.25 hrs .25 hrs * Does not include transfer time
    • 44. Data Recovery Time Assumptions • WAN Speed - 50Mb dedicated up and down • LAN Speed - 100Mb dedicated • 50 GB file restore example • 100 MB file restore example • Tape restore is performed over the network Restore time calculated by: data quantity converted to megabits divided by the transfer rate. 8 bits = 1 byte. • 100MB = 800Mb / transfer rate = transfer time in seconds. • 50GB = 50000MB = 400,000Mb / transfer rate = transfer time in seconds. 44 Backup Technology 100 MB Restore Time 50 GB Restore Time Process Delivery Recovery SLA Tape 7.6 seconds 63 minutes Manual Local Tape Client Managed Cloud Managed Backup 15.25 seconds 127 minutes Live Person or Web Portal Restore Point Yes Cloud Vendor Managed Backup 15.25 seconds 127 minutes Web Portal Web Portal Yes Cloud Vendor Managed Backup with appliance 7.6 seconds 63 minutes Web Portal Local Appliance Yes Cloud Array Backup 7.6 seconds 63 minutes Online Local Appliance Yes
    • 45. Cloud Backup Vendors Example Customer Spend Use Case • 50TB of mixed data (80% files, 20% database) • 50Mb Pipe (shared) • Multiple OS/Hosts (78 Windows / 19 AIX) 45 Vendor (Parent Company) Data Managed Example Yearly Spend Spend Type Term Client Staffed Management SLA Data SLA Experience Other items to note: Tape Adic Scalar LTO4 50TB CAPEX Depreciation Cycle Yes No No. Client Staff - Hardware is dedicated to client, not shared Cloud Managed Backup IBM Managed Cloud Backup (IBM) 50TB $540K + $50K setup OPEX Typically 3 year contracts, many options No Yes Five 9's Enterprise solution 10 years 140 PB+ a month - Hardware is dedicated to client, not shared - Recommends that the circuit needs to be upgraded to an estimated 108.2Mbps. eVault (Segate) 30TB Compresse d $600K OPEX 12 month contract only Yes No Five 9's Enterprise solution 15 years 100 PB+ 35k customers 40% cloud market - Private cloud option. - Rebranded by many (Fujitsu, SunGard). Cloud Vendor Managed Backup Nirvanix (IBM) 50TB $80.4K OPEX Typically 1 Year, many options Yes No Five 9's Enterprise solution 5 years 40 PB+ stored - Requires you to use your own backup software. Amazon S3 (Amazon) 50TB $82.3K OPEX Monthly Yes No Four 9's Enterprise solution 6 years - Requires you to use your own backup software. eVault (Segate) 50TB $96K + $300K software CAPEX/OPE X 12 month contract only No Yes Five 9's Enterprise solution 15 years 100 PB+ 35k customers 40% cloud market - Private cloud option. - Rebranded by many (Fujitsu, SunGard). Cloud Array Backup Twin Strata (Twin Strata) Unlimited $30K + Cloud Provider CAPEX/OPE X Support Contract Yes No Not Applic able 2 years Whitewater (Riverbed) Unlimited $30K + Cloud Provider CAPEX/OPE X Support Contract Yes No Not Applic able 2 years
    • 46. EVault Back up Deployment Options EVault Cloud (SaaS) Client Systems On Customer Site EVault Data Transfer Process Deduplication, Compression, and Encryption EVault Software or Appliances On Customer Site EVault Cloud (2nd Vault) 2nd Customer Site EVault CentralControl Agents Data Transfer Vault Replication
    • 47. Data Transfer DELTAPRO® DEDUPLICATION ADAPTIVE COMPRESSION BANDWIDTH THROTTLING IN-FLIGHT ENCRYPTION BACK-END DEDUPLICATION AT-REST ENCRYPTION 256 BIT AES ENCRYPTION
    • 48. eVault Cloud Disaster Recovery EVault Secure Datacenter DR Site (Warm-site) Data Restores Secure VPN & Firewall Data backup Online Recovery Cloud DR AVT276UG Mission-Critical Servers
    • 49. Q & A Moving Forward
    • 50. Thank You Batter Up!