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Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
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Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
Solaris cluster roadshow day 1 sales overview
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  • 1. Solaris ClusterSales OverviewMatt Hamilton / Eve Kleinknecht / Paul SteevesSolaris MarketingSolaris Cluster Roadshow,January 2007Sun Microsystems
  • 2. Agenda• Solaris Cluster Overview• Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition• Solaris Cluster for Oracle RAC• New Features in SC 3.2• Solaris Cluster Licensing Models• Contacts
  • 3. Why Clustering? Keep business services running 24/7 through planned and unplanned maintenance, disasters and outages
  • 4. Solaris Cluster Overview• Industrial-strength High Availability software platform for mission-critical business services• Integrates largest portfolio of industry-leading commercial and open-source applications• Open and flexible configurations• Business continuity across campuses, across metropolitan areas and across the world
  • 5. Failures happen Failure points
  • 6. Solaris Cluster HA platform• Tolerates any failure > By exploiting hardware redundancy and software algorithms• Monitors health of the cluster > Servers, storage & network > Applications• Recovers cluster infrastructure and applications
  • 7. Simple Cluster 2 node cluster Application Management ● Start ● Stop ● Monitor ● Restart ● Fail-over Disk Fencing Heartbeat Quorum Voting
  • 8. Availability Everywhere• Network Availability• Data Availability• Application Availability
  • 9. Network Availability Global Interface IPMP Local Interface Global Network Service ● Global IP address ● IP address fail-over ● Load-Balancing
  • 10. Data Availability Global Devices Global File Service Failover File Service
  • 11. Application Availability Failover Service ● Application failover ● Global Interface failover ● Failover file service Scalable Service Resource Group Manager ● Application failover ● Resource dependencies ● Load Balancing ● Inter RG dependencies ● Global Interface
  • 12. Application Availability Integration With Solaris Containers Container Container● Manage & Failover Containers● Manage & Failover Applications within Containers
  • 13. Open and Flexible ConfigurationsIts all about choice ● Systems ● Storage ● Network ● Data Management and replication software
  • 14. Deployment options Scaling ● Vertical : 1-106 processors ● Horizontal: 1-16 nodesStorage● Sun Storage● 3rd party EMC, HP, NEC,NetApp and more ...
  • 15. Network Options Protocol ● IPV4 ● IPV6Public Network Private Interconnect● Fast Ethernet ● 2-6 independent● Gigabit Ethernet interconnects● 10 Gigabit Ethernet ● Fast Ethernet● ATM ● Gigabit Ethernet● IPMP ● 10 Gigabit Ethernet● Sun Trunking ● Infiniband● Jumbo Frames ● PCI-SCI● VLAN
  • 16. Data Management Options Replication and Mirroring ● Sun StorEdge™ Traffic Manager ● Sun StorEdge™ Availability Suite ● Sun StorEdge 99x0 TrueCopy** ● Sun StorEdge 9900 ShadowImage** ● EMC SRDF** File System ● UNIX® file system (UFS) ● Sun StorEdge™ QFS shared file system ● Veritas File System** ● ZFS (New in 3.2) Volume Manager ● Solaris™ Volume Manager ● Veritas Volume Manager ** For SPARC systems only
  • 17. Open Choice for Storage Suns Storage Partners http://www.sun.com/clusters/osp Sun StorageTek
  • 18. Solaris ClusterGeographic Edition
  • 19. Campus/Metro ClusteringBusiness Continuity Solution Distance dependent on network characteristic
  • 20. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionDisaster Recovery over Unlimited Distance One-Click Takeover Multi-Cluster / Multi-Site Support Single Console Management
  • 21. Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition N+1 Multi-Site Support Paris BerlinOne site backsup multiple cities Geneva One way Data replication Rome
  • 22. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionActive-Active Configuration Each site backs up the other New York London Bi-directional Data Replication
  • 23. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionDisaster Recovery Admin. Client Primary Site Backup Site Optional Heartbeat Network Optional Storage Network Unlimited Distance Separation
  • 24. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionOne-Click Takeover Admin. Client Primary Site Backup Site Managed Switchover Managed Takeover Global Resource Manager
  • 25. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionWeb-based Single Console Solaris Cluster Manager Global Heartbeat Monitoring Notifications Custom Heartbeat Configurable Timeout Period
  • 26. Solaris Clusterwith Oracle RAC
  • 27. Why Solaris Cluster for Oracle RAC?• Allows consolidation of Oracle RAC and other applications into a single High Availability framework• Faster failover and recovery with Solaris Cluster heartbeats in kernel• Eliminates single point of failure for Voting and OCR disks with redundancy• Solaris Cluster leverages Oracle RAC advanced capabilities > CRS integration > ASM support• Shared file system storage for Oracle data for better manageability
  • 28. Benefits of Solaris Clusters with RAC • Solaris Cluster I/O Fencing and CRS and CacheFusion traffic quorum prevents data corruption • All Solaris Cluster interconnect links RAC RAC are used with automatic failover built-in > Up to 6 links supported • Solaris Cluster stripes CacheFusion traffic over the private interconnects - resulting in higher throughput and lower latency for clients
  • 29. Oracle Solutions Solaris Cluster HA Oracle HA Oracle Agent Oracle DB Agent SC Solaris Solaris Cluster Oracle RAC Agent RAC RAC Agent SC Solaris Solaris Cluster Advanced Edition for Oracle RAC RAC RAC Agent QFS Advanced SC-SVM Edition SC Solaris
  • 30. Advanced Edition - Summary• Proven and mature Sun Cluster monitoring and failover• A high performance filesystem to improve manageability• Robust Solaris Volume Manager for data mirroring and availability• Supports up to 8-node RAC configurations.• Lower total cost of ownership than Veritas
  • 31. SOLARIS CLUSTERNew features
  • 32. Solaris ClusterKeeping business services running 24/7 throughplanned and unplanned maintenance, disasters andoutages across local distances and across the worldSolaris Cluster includes• Sun Cluster 3.2• Sun Cluster Geographic Edition 3.2• Sun Cluster Agents 3.2
  • 33. Solaris Cluster HighlightsThe pervasive availability solution forbusiness-driven IT on Solaris platforms• Easy Cluster• Extended Flexibility• Predictable Availability
  • 34. Easy Cluster• New easy-to-use Command Line Interface• Simplified configuration for popular applications• Oracle 10g RAC extended manageability• Flexible IP address scheme• Dual partition software update• Live upgrade
  • 35. New Intuitive Command Line Interface Object-oriented commands node# clresourcegroup --help Extensive help Usage: clresourcegroup <subcommand> [<options>] [+ | <resourcegroup> ...] clrg [<subcommand>] -? | --help clrg -V | --version Short Form for Manage resource groups for Solaris Cluster data services Commands and Options SUBCOMMANDS: add-node Add nodes to a resource group nodelist create Create resource groups delete Delete resource groups ... Consistent use of Subcommands and Options
  • 36. Configuration replication XML fileExport portions or Rebuild groups and resources entire cluster configuration from XML file node# cluster export >config.xml node# clresource create -a -i config.xml +
  • 37. Wizards for popular applicationsBrowser-based wizard- available as command line- full command set available for expert users
  • 38. Simplified Configuration Context based help Immediate error checking Default values List of options Step by step steering
  • 39. Oracle RAC extended manageability• Integrated installation - RAC support packages installed w/ Solaris Cluster• Easier configuration - RAC auto-discovery by configuration wizard• Improved RAC data base manageability - Single scalable resource group to represent one RAC DB• Improved diagnosability - Better failure monitoring on shared disk group / file system mounts (per node device / file system availability)• Tighter integration of RAC/CRS and SC - Faster fault detection and better coordination with DB instance recovery
  • 40. Flexible IP address scheme• Reduced range of required IP addresses for private interconnect• Installation > Default values calculated for 64 nodes / 10 private interconnects > IP address range can be customized (base address and netmask)• Later changes possible through command line
  • 41. Dual Partition Software Update• Allows upgrade of any/all component(s) of the software stack along with upgrade of Solaris Cluster > Solaris > File System and Volume Manager > Application (including fail-over and scalable)• Provides software automation to limit human errors• Minimal service outage: equivalent to switchover time of application
  • 42. Dual Partition Upgrade Steps Isolate and install new ‚ ƒ software stack Split Cluster in 2 partitions on inactive partition „Switch cluster andapplicationsto updated partition … Install new software stack † Rejoin cluster
  • 43. Live UpgradeMinimizes Installation Time Impact ƒ ƒReboot cluster Reboot cluster ‚ Inactive boot environment for new Solaris / cluster software installation
  • 44. Extended Flexibility: more choice• More Solaris components integration > Containers, EFI, HA NFSv4, HA ZFS• More 3rd party software configuration choices > Replication software for Campus and Geo Cluster: HDS TrueCopy, EMC SRDF, Oracle DataGuard, Veritas Fast Mirror Resynch , Veritas Volume Replicator• More 3rd party storage choice: Open Storage Program• More application support
  • 45. Solaris Container expanded support• Combines benefits of clustering and containers: > Application isolation and fault containment > High-availability and load balancing• Existing HA or scalable agents run in local zone or in global zone• Multiple resource groups can run in the same zone and fail over independently• SMF controlled applications run with little effort within cluster environment• Solaris Cluster infrastructure runs in the global zone
  • 46. Applications and Solaris Containers• Failover Zone / HA • Zone Node Container Agent > Zone is considered as > Zone is considered as virtual node resource > Monitors application > Monitors zone it-self running within zone > Triggers zone restart or > Triggers application failover restart within zone or fail over to zone on other system
  • 47. More Applications Supportwith Solaris 10 and x64• Solaris 10 on x64 • Solaris 10 on SPARC > SAP 7.0, MaxDB 7.5 > SAP 7.0 > Traditional CI and AS. > Siebel 7.8 > Message Server, Enqueue Server, > Replicated Enqueue server, Web Application Server, J2EE engine > Apache Webserver > IBM WS MQBroker
  • 48. More Applications Support (2)• JES 5 Application support > App Server 8.2 > Web Server 7.0 > MQ Server 3.7 > HADB 4.4• NFS V4 support• PostgreSQL• Kerberos
  • 49. Solaris Cluster Geographic EditionNew Configuration Options Primary Site Backup Site 10 Oracle RAC support Replication ● Sun StorEdge Availability Suite 4.0 ● EMC SRDF
  • 50. Predictable Availability• Proactive Monitoring and Improved Diagnosability > Disk Path Failure Handling > SNMP event MIB > Command logging > Resource monitoring pause• Service Level Management > Workload system resource monitoring and control• New quorum and fencing options > Quorum server > Customization of fencing options
  • 51. Workload System ResourcesMonitoring and Control• System resources utilization measurement and visualization: > Per node, resource, resource group > Current or past• Threshold management > CPU, memory, network bandwidth, disk IO > SNMP events support• CPU reservation and control on cluster resource group
  • 52. Quorum Server• An alternative to shared storage for quorum devices• Quorum server configured on a host external to the cluster• Provides quorum device flexibility to customer > A single host can run one or more quorum servers > A cluster can be configured with multiple quorum servers (each on a different host)• Cost savings for campus clusters: IP vs FC• Lowers potential outage time > Reconfiguration time improvements up to 9 sec
  • 53. Customization of fencing options• Option to use SCSI-3 for devices that support it > Configuration through CLI while cluster is up > Can be set globally or for individual shared devices• Default behavior remains the same as before• Lowers outage times in all failure modes where cluster reconfiguration will occur > Reconfiguration time improvement up to 12 sec
  • 54. Where to go next?• Get Solaris Cluster > sun.com/solaris/get• Get Started > sun.com/cluster• Get Trained > sun.com/training/catalog/server/cluster.xml
  • 55. Solaris Cluster:Pricing & Licensing
  • 56. Pricing models• Buy the complete system > Sun Java Enterprise System $100 per employee > Subscription license > Includes standard support• Buy the suite > Sun Java Availability Suite $50 per employee > Subscription license > Includes standard support• Buy the point product > Sun Cluster and Sun Cluster Geographic Edition > Perpetual license
  • 57. Point product licensing• Sun Cluster > One server license per node (11 price levels) > One agent license per cluster (two price levels) except > Some agents are free (NFS, DNS, Container) > Sun Cluster Oracle RAC Advanced Edition: per node, bundle• Sun Cluster Geo Edition > One Geo Edition license per node (11 price levels) > Regular Sun Cluster licenses for each cluster (server+agent)
  • 58. SC Oracle RAC Advanced Edition ● Advanced Edition is hard bundle of QFS, SC- OBAN, SC RAC Agent Oracle RAC ● Per Node Rights to Use (RTU) ● Tiered pricing model with one part number per SC RAC Agent tierAdvanced Edition ● RTU for new code in Advanced Edition bundle shared QFS only QFS extensions > i.e. separately putting together QFS, SVM, RAC agent not allowed SC-QFS-SVM ext. Clustered-SVM Entitlement includes the following 1. RTU for SC RAC agent Sun Cluster 2. RTU for shared QFS Metadata server Solaris 3. RTU for shared QFS client 4. RTU for SC agent for QFS metadata server New Code 5. RTU for Clustered Solaris Volume Manager Existing Code 6. RTU for SC-QFS-SVM Outside of Adv. Ed.
  • 59. SC Oracle RAC Advanced EditionWhat is not included in entitlement • Sun Cluster Server licenses (have to be purchased separately) • Usage of QFS without Sun Cluster • Usage of QFS for non Oracle RAC applications > RAC is the only application certified with shared QFS in Sun Cluster • Support services for Advanced Edition (have to be purchased separately)
  • 60. SVM Edition Licences• SVM Edition licences (licenses only) have been retired > CLAIS-XAJ-9999, CLAIS-XAK-9999, CLAIS-XAL-9999• But the functionality is not!• Use Advanced Edition licenses (and part numbers) if you want SVM Edition functionality• Advanced Edition price includes QFS, SVM and Sun Cluster RAC agent > Three deployment options are supported
  • 61. Advanced Edition Deployment Options RAC on raw volume with RAC RAC Agent Solaris Volume Manager Product : Sun Cluster Advanced Edition for SC-SVM Oracle RAC Entitlement: Volume Manager and RAC SC agent Solaris Part # : CLAI9-***-**** RAC on shared QFS with Solaris Volume Manager RAC RAC Agent Product : Sun Cluster Advanced Edition for QFS Oracle RAC SC-SVM Entitlement: Filesystem, volume manager and RAC agent SC Part # : CLAI9-***-**** Solaris Sun Cluster with shared QFS filesystem for Oracle RAC RAC RAC Agent Product : Sun Cluster Advanced Edition for QFS Oracle RAC QFS with Entitlement: Filesystem and RAC agent SC h/w RAID Part # : CLAI9-***-**** Solaris
  • 62. Examples : Sun Cluster• 2-node cluster with SF E6900 and HA-Siebel agent > 2 * SC SF E6900 license: 2 * $50 000 > 1 * SC HA-Siebel license: 1 * $8 000• 3-node cluster with SF T1000 and Oracle RAC agent with QFS > 3 * SC SF T1000 license: 3 * $5 000 > 3 * SC Advanced Edition Tier 9: 3 * $2 500
  • 63. Examples : Sun Cluster Geo Edition• Geo cluster with one 2-node cluster (SF V240) and one 2-node cluster (SF V440) and MySQL > 2 * SC SF V240 license: 2 * $2 000 > 2 * SC SF V440 license: 1 * $5 000 > 2 * SC HA-MySQL license: 2 * $4 000 > 2 * SC Geo Ed tier 2: 2 * $1 000 > 2 * SC Geo Ed tier 3: 2 * $2 500
  • 64. Thanks !

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