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Cisco Unified Computing System

  1. 1. Cisco Unified Computing
  2. 2. Server Deployment: Rackmounts •First generation – Rack-optimized – Top of Rack or End of Row switches – CablesServer Server •BenefitsServer Server – Space utilization – Highly flexibleServer Server •WeaknessServer Server – Cabling – ServiceabilityServer Server – Power efficiencyServer ServerServer ServerRack Rack
  3. 3. Server Deployment: Blades Second generation • Blade servers • Integrated switchesServer Server Server Server Server Server Server Server • Fixed backplane Server Server Benefits Server Server • Space utilization Server Server • Cable aggregation • Power efficient Server Server WeaknessServer Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server • I/O flexibility • Management Aggregation Server Server • Large chassis needed to Server Server amortize switch/mgmt costs Rack Rack
  4. 4. Server Deployment Management Chassis Management • New management layer Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Benefits • Consistency in chassis • Shared chassis infrastructure monitoring Weakness • Additional mgmt overhead • Additional cost overhead Server Server Server Server Server Server Server • Need chassis aggregation management • Artificial aggregation pointManagement Management
  5. 5. Server Deployment: Applications Application Deployment • Single application per OS Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Benefits • Isolation • Flexibility • Simplicity Weakness • Low utilization Server Server Server Server Server Server Server • Power & Cooling • Server sprawlManagement Management
  6. 6. Server Deployment Software Switch Software Switch Software SwitchManagement Management
  7. 7. Server Deployment Virtualization Infrastructure • Servers & Switches • Physical & Virtual Challenges • Many points of management • Consistent policies • Diagnostics Software Switch Software Switch Software Switch • Training • SecurityManagement Management
  8. 8. Server Deployment Today Mgmt Server Over the past 10 years • An evolution of size, not system • More servers & switches than ever • More switches per server • Management applied, not integrated Result • More points of management • More difficult to maintain policy coherence • More difficult to secureManagement • More difficult to scale Management
  9. 9. Cisco Unified Computing SystemMgmt Server • Embed management Mgmt Server • Unify fabrics • Optimize virtualization • Remove unnecessary – switches, – adapters, – management modules • Less than 1/3rd infrastructure
  10. 10. Cisco Unified Computing System Mgmt ServerA single system that encompasses: • Network: Unified fabric • Compute: Industry standard x86 • Storage: Access options • Virtualization optimizedUnified management model • Dynamic resource provisioningEfficient Scale • Cisco network scale & services • Fewer servers with more memoryLower cost • Fewer servers, switches, adapters, cables • Lower power consumption • Fewer points of management
  11. 11. Building BlocksUCS ManagerEmbedded– manages entire systemUCS Fabric Interconnect20 Port 10Gb FCoE40 Port 10Gb FCoEUCS Fabric ExtenderRemote line cardUCS Blade Server ChassisFlexible bay configurationsUCS Blade ServerIndustry-standard architectureUCS Virtual AdaptersChoice of multiple adapters
  12. 12. Overall System (Rear) Converged Network Uplinks• Uplink: 2x 10Gb • Uplink: 4x 10Gb • Uplink: 8x 10Gb• Oversubscription 1:8 • Oversubscription 1:2 • Oversubscription 1:1
  13. 13. System ComponentsSAN LAN MGMT SAN • Fabric Interconnect G G S S G G (40 or 20 10GE ports) + (2 or 1 GEM slots) Fabric Fabric A A Interconnect Interconnect G G G G G G • Chassis Upto 8 half width blades or 4 full width Compute Chassis blades Fabric Fabric R I C C I R Extender Extender x8 x8 x8 x8 • Fabric Extender Host to uplink traffic engineering Up to 80Gb Flexible bandwidth allocation M P P B B Adapter Adapter Adapter • Compute Blade X X X X X X • Adapter x86 Computer x86 Computer Virtualized adapter for single OS and hypervisor systems Compute Blade Compute Blade (Half slot) (Full slot)
  14. 14. UCS Fabric Interconnect PortfolioUCS 6100 Family 20-Port Fabric Interconnect 40-Port Fabric Interconnect • 20 fixed ports 10GE/FCoE, fixed • 40 fixed ports 10GE/FCoE, fixed • 1 Expansion Module • 2 Expansion ModulesExpansion Modules Fibre Channel Fibre Channel FC + Ethernet Ethernet • 8 Ports 1/2/4G FC • 6 Ports 1/2/4/8G FC • 4 Ports 10GbE/FCoE • 6 Ports 10GE/FCoE • 4 Ports 1/2/4G FC
  15. 15. UCS 5108 Blade ChassisChassis• Up to 8 half slot blades• Up to 4 full slot blades• 4x power supplies, N+N grid redundant• 8x fans included• 2x UCS 2104 Fabric Extender• All items hot-pluggable• Up to 40 chassis per UCS system
  16. 16. B-Series Family Comparison UCS B230 M1 UCS B200 M2 Compact - General UCS B250 M2 UCS B440 M1 High- Performance Blade Performance Purpose Extended Memory Blade Server Blade Server Blade Server Server Compute &High-density server with Memory-intensive Compute & memory- memory-intensive balanced compute server for virtualized intensive server for server for performance and I/O and large-data-set enterprise-critical enterprise-critical flexibility workloads workloads workloads CPU Item Size CPU Memory Disks I/O Sockets Intel Xeon 12 DIMM UCS B200 M2 Half 2 2 SFF SAS 1 Mezz 5600 96 GB Intel Xeon 48 DIMM UCS B250 M2 Full 2 2 SFF SAS 2 Mezz 5600 384 GB Intel Xeon 32 DIMM 4 SFF UCS B440 M1 Full 4 2 Mezz 7500 256GB SAS/SATA Intel Xeon 32 DIMM 2 7MM UCS B230 M1 Half 2 1 Mezz 6500/ 7500 256GB SSD
  17. 17. Three Pronged Adapter Strategy Virtualization Compatibility CostVirtual Machine Aware: Existing Driver Stacks ―Free‖ SAN Access for Virtualization and Any Ethernet Equipped Consolidation ―Palo‖ Host • Converged network adapters (CNA) • Ability to mix and match adapter types within a system • Automatic discovery of component types
  18. 18. C-Series Product Details Cisco’s Unified Computing System C-Series Rack-Mount servers now address the vast majority of data center compute requirements UCS C200 M2 UCS C210 M2 UCS C250 M2 Extended UCS C460 M1 High-High-Density Rack- General-Purpose Rack- Memory Rack-Mount Performance Rack- Mount Server Mount Server Server Mount Server High-density server General-purpose server High-performance, Compute & memory-with balanced compute for workloads requiring memory-intensive server intensive server for performance and I/O economical, high- for virtualized and large- enterprise critical flexibility capacity, internal storage data-set workloads workloads Item CPU Size Memory Disks I/O Intel Xeon 64 DIMM 12 SFF UCS C460 M1 4RU 10 PCIe 7500 512GB SAS/SATA Intel Xeon 48 DIMM 8 SFF UCS C250 M2 2RU 5 PCIe 5600 384 GB SAS/SATA Intel Xeon 12 DIMM 16 SFF UCS C210 M2 2RU 5 PCIe 5600 96 GB SAS/SATA Intel Xeon 12 DIMM 4 x 3.5‖ UCS C200 M2 1RU 2 PCIe 5600 96GB SAS/SATA
  19. 19. Unified Computing System Manager• Embedded device manager for family of UCS components• Enables stateless computing via Service Profiles• Efficient scale: Same effort for 1 to 320 blades• APIs for integration with new and existing data center infrastructure
  20. 20. Service Profiles A service profile is a logical representation of a server that specifies its: • Identity—UUID, MAC, WWN, etc. • Configuration—Server Requirements, Boot Order, Firmware, etc. • Connectivity—VLAN, VSAN, QoS, etc. Policies PhysicalService Resources ServiceProfile ProfileTemplate Logical Resources
  21. 21. Service Profile Components Server Boot Policy Service Profile Requirements • Boot Devices • Identity (UUID, BIOS, etc) • Specific Blade • Boot Order • Local Storage Policy • Blade Pool • Firmware Update Group • Qualification Criteria vHBA • Stats Policies vHBA vNIC• Identity vHBA vNIC • Identity • Identity vNIC • Identity (WWPN)• Fabric Connectivity Operational Policy • Identity • Fabric Connectivity • Identity (MAC) • Fabric connectivity • Fabric Connectivity• Configuration • Fabric connectivity • Configuration • Scrub Policy • Fabric Connectivity • High Availability • Configuration • High Availability • Health Policy • High Availability • QoS policy • External Management Access • QoS policy • QoS policy • Configuration • Configuration • Configuration
  22. 22. Server Mobility with Service Profiles Compute Node A is being upgraded. Service Profile Service Profile can be manually migrated to Compute Node B.
  23. 23. Logical Server Mobility Time A Identity LAN/SAN Configuration Service Profile: Time B WebServerA
  24. 24. Use Cases • Server Deployment • Server Upgrades: • Within a single Cisco UCS system • Across Cisco UCS systems • Dynamic Server Provisioning • High Availability • Disaster Recovery
  25. 25. Server AvailabilityToday’s deployment: Oracle Web VMware  Provisioned for peak Blade Blade Blade capacity Blade Blade Blade Blade Blade  Spare node per Blade workload Blade Blade Blade Burst capacity Blade Blade Blade HA spareWith server profiles: Oracle Web VMware Blade Blade Blade  Resources Blade Blade Blade provisioned as needed Blade Blade Blade  Same availability with Blade fewer spares Blade Cisco UCS enablers: Service Profiles Virtual Interface Card
  26. 26. Demo
  27. 27. Questions

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