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MT47 Modernize infrastructure for a modern data center

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Today's businesses need speed, efficiency and agility to deliver services back to their stakeholders, all at an affordable price. In the Modern Data Center, Flash, along with Scale-out, software-defined solutions, help to automate a modern infrastructure, the foundation of the modern data center. This session will show you how Dell EMC's industry leading storage portfolio can transform your company's infrastructure and drive your success. In addition, learn how to protect your modern data center with Dell EMC’s comprehensive data protection portfolio.

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MT47 Modernize infrastructure for a modern data center

  1. 1. MT47 Modernize Infrastructure for a Modern Data Center Stefan Voss, Dell EMC Core Technologies @VossmanVoss
  2. 2. 2 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Reduce costs (# of drives, power, floor space, etc.) Consistent and predictable performance Lower entry costs and scale as you grow Manage massive capacity with fewer resources Automated provisioning and business agility Flexible and programmable data services Policy driven service delivery On/off premises data and/or application mobility Pillars of the modern data center Scale-out Software-definedCloud-enabledFlash Dell - Internal Use - Confidential2 Protection and trust Security/Governance | Encryption | Data Protection | Services/Support
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  5. 5. Why Flash?
  6. 6. 6 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Efficiency Agility Speed Modern business requirements
  7. 7. 7 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Oracle DB: Before 4 hours time wasted by high-latency random reads 92% DB Time
  8. 8. 8 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Oracle DB: After  Avg. latency went down by more than 70%  CPU utilization doubled
  9. 9. 9 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Workloads drive architecture choices Capacity demanding Performance demanding Systems of record Systems of engagement Cloud-nativeTraditional
  10. 10. 10 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Dell EMC Portfolio has you covered Dell - internal use - confidential10 Cloud-nativeTraditional Capacity optimized Performance optimized
  11. 11. 11 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Architectures for Performance Optimized Traditional Workloads Capacity Performance Platforms: Unity, SC Series Pros: Affordable Low-Entry Point Cons: Non-Linear Performance Scaling Capacity Performance Platforms: VMAX, XtremIO Pros: Linear Performance Scaling Large scale mixed workload consolidation Cons: Difficult to reach low entry point
  12. 12. 1 Net usable capacity price with 5 years of support, after 4:1 data reduction, vs. major competitors net of data reduction. Street price analysis is based on a variety of sources including analyst data, price sheets when available, and public information as of May 2016. 2 Over 90% of SC arrays are sold into PowerEdge environments. Source: Dell internal analysis of worldwide known end customer SC array sales, as of August 2016, for the four previous quarters. Built-in business continuity solution Auto-tiering, auto-RAID provisioning Lowest $/GB AFA 1 All-flash or hybrid options Easy • Self-optimizing platform • Built-in virtualization features Efficient • Dedupe/compression savings • Pervasive “thin methods” Expandable • Modular, “right-sized” design • Multiprotocol, SAN/DAS/NAS option • Multi-array federation Great choice for PowerEdge installs Leverages Dell server design, XX% PowerEdge attach2 SC series flash arrays Value-optimized, SMB-proven solutions
  13. 13. IALL Flash Starting Under $18k Hybrid Option Starting > $8k, < $1/Gb Affordable Slick UX, CloudIQ™ Proactive Assist Simple All flash design with integrated copy data management Modern Unity – the new midrange product line Virtual & purpose-built & converged Unified NAS & SAN & VVOLS Flexible
  14. 14. 14 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Simplified management across the lifecycle PROACTIVE ASSIST SELF SERVICE PORTAL CLOUDIQ™ DASHBOARD & MANAGEMENT PLATFORM UNISPHERE CENTRAL CENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT
  15. 15. 15 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential15 Case Study: Rackspace 9 Worldwide Data Centers GARTNER’S 2014 MAGIC QUADRANT LEADER FOR Cloud–Enabled Managed Hosting IN BOTH NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE 300,000+ Customers Global Footprint Customers in 120+ Countries Unity Delivers Consistent Reliable SLAs Affordable Storage Speed & Versatility 60% 100OF THE We Serve FORTUNE® OVER 110,000+ Servers 45,000+ VMs ≅70 PB Stored
  16. 16. The all-flash market leader • Instant Copies • Large Scale Consolidation • Predictable SLAs
  17. 17. 17 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Conventional VM Cloning XCOPY Array offloads the host Still brute force copy on the array Massive disc IO and performance hog Storage Array VMVM
  18. 18. 18 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Architecture Matters: VM Cloning w XtremIO Cloning a VM (or 1000s) With XtremIO in- memory metadata • Instant VM copies • Metadata only operation; no storage IOs • No capacity or performance overhead XCOPY Command In-memory Metadata Unique Compressed Data on FlashBlock Block Block Block
  19. 19. 100% SLA Direct VM Console interaction Nested Workloads VMs Provisioned over 4 days: 100,000+ LAB Count: 10,000+ 500+ concurrent users Short vApp life High VM Churn rate Case Study: VMworld HOLs
  20. 20. Biggest all-flash array on the planet • Zero Data Loss, Zero Downtime • 0.5 ms Response Time • 4MM IOPS, 150GB/s
  21. 21. 21 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Architected for all-flash Intel Multi-core, multi-threaded Designed for +1M VM’s Scalable low latency IB fabric Massive global memory Write folding to minimize cell wear Advanced flash wear analytics Huge write cache Intelligent read/write algorithms Flash Boost technology Pooled cores with dynamic allocation Advanced QoS, priority controls Tunable FE/BE profiles Industry leading SPC throughput Supports BI and DW use cases Enables in memory computing Ultra Low Latency Gigantic Scale 3D/TLC Flash Optimized Ultra High IOPS Unmatched Bandwidth
  22. 22. 22 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Case Study: International Oil & Gas Company • Zero Data Loss & Zero Downtime Requirement • Across SAP HANA, ECC, Source DB’s • SRDF provides solution to create 100% restartable SAP landscape Consistency Group SRDF HANA SLT ECC ORCL ORCL Consistency Group HANA SLT ECC ORCL ORCL
  23. 23. Rack-scale Enterprise Grade Native & Flexible Performance Centric Dense & Shared
  24. 24. 24 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential I/O stack for the next generation SOFTWAR E Application Libraries KERNEL System Call POSIX File System Volume Mgr. Device Driver HARDWARE PCIe HBA SAS/SATA Flash Controller Disk/NAND PCIe Client Card DSSD I/O Module DSSD Flash Module Application Libraries User DMA Port libflood 300µS to 5,000µS <100µS
  25. 25. 25 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Modern business model All inclusive software licensing Maintenance = 11% of net per year Modern pricing approach Promoting 2X longer storage lifecycle
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  27. 27. 27 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential27 Modernize without compromise reduction in provisioning tasks reduction in planning & architecture Agility Speed Efficient reduction in batch processing improvement in application performance reduction in floor space reduction in power & cooling reduction in physical storage capacity
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  29. 29. 29 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Flash Assessment – Averages KPIs 8 x “Cloud Pods” $36K annual cooling and power savings CURRENT ENVIRONMENT AT SCALE DELL EMC VMAX ALL-FLASH PROPOSED 91.7% LESS LATENCY 2:1 data reduction 85% less power/cooling 84% less floor space 5xmore performance *RRM 8K blocksAverage across 400+ flash assessments completed in Q2’16 308 TB Useable (No data reduction) 9ms Response Time Latency Power: 17 kW Cooling:516 BTU/Hour ~64k IOPs 353 TB Effective (@2:1 reduction) <0.8 ms Response Time Latency* Power: 2.7 kW Cooling: 104k BTU/Hour 327K IOPs* Operational Management • Zero config work, Zero tuning, Zero engineering • INLINE data services Operational Management • Manual Perf tuning, storage engineering • No ability for data reduction • Reactive storage tiering 216
  30. 30. Flash is the foundation for the future
  31. 31. But it doesn’t solve everything
  32. 32. 32 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Always-on availability Insight & analytics Automation Storage efficiency What about? 24
  33. 33. 33 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential33 World-class data protection No Impact Consistent Performance Almost Unlimited In the array Instant copies In the datacenter Protectpoint • 20 times faster backups • Reduces backup storage requirement by 10- 30 times • Eliminates production impact • Active/Active • Sync/Asynch replication • Metro & Geo • Multi Site • Heterogeneous Replication • Continuous availability • Federated Live Migrations • Zero RTO Across datacenters 24 Ensure continuous operations
  34. 34. 34 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Isolated Recovery Solutions Dedicated Connection DR / BU Isolated Recovery Environment Business Data Tech Config Data Corporate Network Tertiary Data Copy ProductionApps VM VM Protect your business from a destructive cyber attack
  35. 35. 35 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential35 More copies? Why Not? Transforming your SAP Landscape with Dell EMC All Flash Production Predictable SLAs Always On Test & Dev Instant Copies, Full Data Set, Full Performance Mktg, Fin, Sales Instant Copies, Full Data Set, Full Performance Array-Based Snaps, Orchestrated with AppSync or via API Consistency Technology; Data Protection Continuum Sub-ms Response Times; End-To-End Event Correlation  Consolidation  Predictable Service Levels  Instant Copies with Full Performance  Always On  Restartable  Protected
  36. 36. 36 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential36 Copy data management approaches … why most approaches hold you back Traditional snapshots 3rd party CDM Tools DELL EMC In-memory integrated CDM Full copies Subsets “clones” “copy/ redirect-on- write” Costs Performance Agility Scalability $$$$ $ $$ $$$ Free Limited Moderate Limited Moderate Limitless Limited Limited Limited Very limited Massive
  37. 37. 37 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential37 DELL EMC ViPR SRM Visualize. Analyze. Optimize. Capacity utilization Infrastructure monitoringPerformance analysis
  38. 38. 38 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential38 DELL EMC ViPR Controller Improve efficiency & increase agility Realizing Software-Defined Storage with DELL EMC ViPR, Principled Technologies, 2014 Reducing Operating Expense with DELL EMC ViPR Controller and ViPR SRM, Principled Technologies, 2014 <60 seconds Discover and ingest new storage 5 Simple Steps End-user self-service access to storage resources 63% Average reduction in time to provision storage Up to 73% Reduction in storage provisioning costs 100% Savings in SAN zoning task costs to 63% Reduction in VM provisioning costs Reduces the risk of human error and the need for lengthy management reviews and can make your organization more nimble. — Principled technologies
  39. 39. 39 Dell - Internal Use - ConfidentialDell - Internal Use - Confidential3928 Where you don’t Where you need it
  40. 40. 40 Dell - Internal Use - Confidential Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S and/or other countries. Copyright © October 2016 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All Rights Reserved.

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