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Trilogy - Henk Groenendijk

  1. 1. HP DUTCHWORLD 2008 OUTSMART THE FUTURE! HP ProLiant en HP Blade systemen: een onmisbaar element in onze HP Trilogy drie-eenheid Henk Groenendijk © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  2. 2. Waarom de HP Trilogy? (bezoek de Trilogy stand) • HP’s meest uitgebreide garantie portfolio – Eén aanspraakpunt voor de totaaloplossing – Het gaat werken, het werkt, het blijft werken, ook bij calamiteiten • Beste beheer optimalisatie van uw gehele IT omgeving – Uniforme beheer tooling op maat, pro-actieve remote monitoring • Het meest flexibele IT platform – Uiterst gemakkelijke en uniforme aanpasbaarheid van uw server en storage omgeving • Het meest zuinige complete IT platform – Door de revolutionaire power en cooling features en mileu besparende productie/transport maatregelen • Het laagste kostenplaatje voor uw IT omgeving door: – Beheer optimalisatie, verregaande consolidatie en virtualisatie
  3. 3. HP HP BladeSystem EVA Storage + HP Care Pack Services Henk Groenendijk, HP BladeSystem
  4. 4. ProLiant en Blades Power Management © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  5. 5. Delivering Energy Efficient Solutions for the IT Power & Cooling Chain Dynamic Smart Cooling: up to 45% Optimizing from chip to chiller cooling cost savings w/Mapping HP Services: Thermal Mapping over 10% cooling cost reduction Up to Storage Thin Provisioning/Dynamic 60% power Capacity Mgt saves up to 45% savings Virtualization/Consolidation: up to 70% reduction in power cost for servers Insight Power Manager & iLO 2: 10% power reduction w/regulator Power Distribution Rack & MCS 15% - 20% savings on power & cooling BladeSystem & Thermal Logic: 25% cost savings to power & cool Power Optimized ProLiant Servers: 18% less power SFF Drives: 2.5” 1 watt SSD vs 9 watt for 2.5” SAS Energy Saving Solutions Power Supplies: 90%+ from the Server Chip to the efficient supplies (5% > industry) Data Center Air Chillers Low Power processors / and everything in-between Low Power Memory 11 December 5 2008
  6. 6. Take control of power and cooling predicting, measuring, and controlling power Forecasting Measuring Controlling • Accurate (+/- 5%) • Accurate (+/- 3%) real-time •CPU throttling – 12%- power sizer tool power usage of blades, 25% typical savings (iLO fans, power supplies select) • Datacenter power • Inflow and outflow capacity analysis and temperatures • Thermal Power capping recommendations based on actual • Thermal output (Btu/hr) • Dynamic Power Capping consumption (1H08) • Historical trending • Estimated savings 310W Cap – no performance impact 290W Cap – minimal performance impact 11 December 6 2008
  7. 7. Enclosure Dynamic Power Capping • The power used by an individual server can be capped − The cap can be set below the peak − If the computational load requires more power than the cap, performance will be constrained. • Power usage varies by load. − A server at idle may draw 40-50% less than at peak load. − Aggregate power usage (for a group) is less than the sum of the peaks • Enclosure Dynamic Power Capping: − Allows you to apply a cap (power budget) to a group of servers. − The power budget applies to the group. − Busy servers “borrow” power usage rights from idle servers. − Each server gets enough to deliver the necessary performance − The aggregate power usage is maintained within the budget 11 December 7 2008
  8. 8. Power as a resource • Measure server power consumption • Cap servers based on measurements • Workload changes with time • Change the power caps − Busy servers get more power − Idle servers get less
  9. 9. VC-Insight Dynamics © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  10. 10. Virtual Connect © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  11. 11. Too many cables or too many switches and everyone gets in the act… Server Administrator MAC addr Network Administrator • Pass-through modules can HBA NIC A LAN drown you Switch ENET in cables WWN HBA NIC B • Switches work great but can overwhelm Storage Administrator in numbers HBA NIC C Switch SAN FC • LANs & SANs must HBA NIC follow the moving Spare server, requiring effort from everyone and Blade Enclosure delaying resolution 11 December 11 2008
  12. 12. HP Virtual Connect Build IT Change-Ready Server Administrator • Reduces cables without adding switches to manage Network Administrator • No new FC domains A LAN Maintains end-to-end connections HP Virtual Connect Modules • of your favorite brands (Cisco, Nortel, Brocade, McData, etc.) • Cleanly separates Server from B LAN & SAN • Relieves LAN & SAN admins from server maintenance Storage Administrator Servers are Change-Ready C • add, move, replace, upgrade SAN without affecting LAN or SAN − MAC & WWN are locally administered so LAN & SAN Spare connections stay constant • Change servers when your Blade Enclosure business needs it, not when you can fit it into everyone’s calendar 11 December 12 2008
  13. 13. Virtual Connect Ethernet modules may be ‘stacked’ Any server NIC can access any data center uplink 10GE ports still available as • 4 enclosures, Virtual Connect Ethernet Modules additional stacking links or data center uplinks 64 servers in Virtual Connect Domain • every server in domain has access to any LAN connected to domain • every server has fault-tolerant access to every uplink port • with this stacking method, every Virtual Connect module still has 8 -1GbE and 1 -10GbE uplink ports available 10 GbE Internal Cross-Connect c-Class Enclosure 11 December 13 2008
  14. 14. Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  15. 15. Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager Extends Virtual Connect technology and value Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager •Manage 100 Virtual Connect VCEM Console domains via a single console •Central database to administer • MAC Address 65,000 LAN/SAN address Database •Group-based management of • WWN • Profiles Virtual Connect domains •Virtual Connect profile movement and failover between BladeSystem enclosures - extends admin reach Virtual Connect across the datacenter SAN LAN SAN LAN LAN •Licensed per BladeSystem c-Class Virtual Connect Virtual Connect enclosure Domain Group A Domain Group B
  16. 16. Introducing Logical Servers HP logical server capability enables physical and virtual server identities to be easily provisioned and freely moved. OS/apps Boot image • Logical servers can be quickly created, moved, and retired because their identities are Entitlements Unique IDs Image Entitlementsmanaged IDssoftware Unique in Server •OS and •Desired CPU •Serial number •Physical server or Application • Logical servers may be placed performance & qty •MAC address virtual machine in either physical or virtual Server •data Server •Desired RAM machine environments •WWN •Shared storage •Desired storage •Virtual Connect • Logical server changes have no •Etc… •Etc.. impact on LANs or SANs Live Logical Server Logical Server Logical Server Template Instance Move 11 December 16 2008
  17. 17. Insight Dynamics VSE © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  18. 18. HP Insight Dynamics – VSE Capacity planning functionality overview Measure utilization for CPU, memory, network, disk & power Collects more than a thousand data points per server per day • Eliminate guesswork and New Smart Solver months of tedious capacity technology for planning and research consolidation or re-balancing • Make better decisions faster, matching your New 5-Star rating business priorities system for best-fit placement Data collected Create inventories remains onsite and reports Most advanced real-time capacity planning tool based on unique HP labs technology 11 December 18 2008
  19. 19. HP capacity planning with easy-to-use 5-star-ratings Best fit algorithms based on HP Smart Solver technology Physical machine hosts 11 December 19 2008
  20. 20. Control physical and virtual resources in the same way • Visualize and manage Network Groups logical servers whether and Domains they are built on physical or virtual machines Blade Enclosures • Works across multiple OSs and virtual machine technologies • Integrated by design, Integrity and easily move from high-level ProLiant Servers environment views to specific management tasks Virtual Servers Builds on HP Systems Insight Manager 11 December 20 2008
  21. 21. FLEX-10 © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  22. 22. HP Virtual Connect with Flex-10 technology is the simplest, most powerful connection to your networks • Simplify networks − Reduce cables up to 94% without adding switches to manage • Simplify server connections − Makes system administrator self-sufficient and frees LAN and SAN admins from common server tasks • Change servers in minutes, not days − Add, move and replace servers on-the-fly without affecting your LAN and SAN − Total control to move workloads fast without impacting LANs or SANs or the people who manage them. • Tailor network speeds based on application needs New! − Reduce cables and network components by using up to 4 physical NIC's per 10Gb server connection − Control and manage your bandwidth by setting NIC speeds at the server edge
  23. 23. HP Innovation HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module • First single-wide blade10Gb Ethernet Module • First to divide a single network port into 4 separate connections with full hardware performance • First to fine tune each network connection dynamically from 100Mb to 10Gb. • First to optimize performance to the demands of virtual server workloads and network channels • First to support up to 24 network connections on a single half height server blade • First extension of HP’s award winning Virtual Connect architecture and the first to be built-in to a server blade.
  24. 24. Divide and Fine Tune • What is “Flex-10” technology? − Two components: • 10Gb Server NIC’s that can be carved into multiple individual FlexNIC’s − Each FlexNIC is recognized by server ROM as an individual NIC. − The Bandwidth for each FlexNIC is user defined from 100Mb to 10Gb. • HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module − The first and only Interconnect Module that manages the server connections to the data center network − Recognizes and manages each FlexNIC as part of a server profile
  25. 25. Flexible NIC Technology • Evolve to 10Gb at your own speed − Flex-10 10Gb NIC's are PCI Physical Function devices − OS independent − Server ROM recognizes them as individual NIC's − Speeds can be set per NIC from 100Mb to 10Gb in 100Mb increments Server Server E 2.5Gb E 1.75Gb E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E 250Mb E 5.5Gb 1Gb LOM Dual NIC Quad NIC 10Gb LOM
  26. 26. Simplifying Blade Server Interconnect Each 10Gb Server connection supports up to (4) 2.5Gb NIC’s Server Server Server E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E Evolution 1Gb LOM Dual NIC Quad NIC 10Gb LOM Interconnect Modules Interconnect Modules 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch 10Gb Flex-10 10Gb Flex-10 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch 1Gb Switch NIC speed settings can be Threefold increase in server network connections adjusted in 100Mb increments from 100Mb to 10Gb. Threefold decrease in the number of I/O modules required Ten times the performance at nearly half the price of pass-thru Fine tune network speeds based on application needs Add server ports without adding more switches Conserve Power !!!
  27. 27. Expandable to 4x more NIC connections than any other server blade Up to Virtual Virtual Connect Connect Flex-10 Flex-10 Built-in LOM Optional Mezz Card NIC Virtual Connect Flex-10 connections Optional Mezz Card ( Easy and cost effective to add more NICs to support more virtual servers )
  28. 28. Traffic is separate and secure Flex10 and 10Gb VC-Enet keep traffic separated Flex10 limits & prioritizes NIC NIC NIC NIC traffic per physical function Server Flex10 NIC (port 1) Blade Flex10 LOM or Mezz Card Flex10 and VC-Enet module keep the traffic separated and on the correct network. vNet 1 vNet 2 vNet 3 vNet 4 10Gb VC-Enet Module
  29. 29. HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 10Gb Ethernet Module MidPlane: 16x 10GBASE-KR Ethernet – Connects to one (1Gb or 10Gb) NIC in each HH blade bay 2x 10Gb Ethernet – Cross-link between adjacent VC-Enet modules Mgmt Interfaces to Onboard Administrator (Enet & I2C) 1x 10GBASE-CX4 Ethernet or 5x SFP+ modules (X2-6) 2x Crosslinks (midplane) or (1GbE or 10GbE) 1x SFP+ module (X1) 2x SFP+ module (X7-8) Port Number & Status Indicators Recessed module reset button Indicates whether a data center link (green), stacking link (amber), or highlighted port (blue).
  30. 30. Reduce Costs and add Flexibility • Flex-10 reduces infrastructure costs up to 60% • Flex-10 reduces power costs up to 56% • Flex-10 is the most cost effective solution in the industry for servers needing 4 or more NIC’s • Flex-10 is change-ready with all of the benefits of Virtual Connect plus NIC fine-tuning at the server edge • Evolve your data center at your own speed without additional infrastructure costs – Flex-10 is change ready • Maximize your VM environment with HP BL49xc Blades and Virtual Connect Ethernet and Fibre Channel modules
  31. 31. Interline Solution Price (4 NIC’s per server) (Includes I/O modules and NIC’s) Flex-10 is the best solution for any server configuration needing 4 or more NIC’s $70,000 (4) VC 1/10Gb $60,000 w/NICs Solution price based on: 16 servers w/ Dual Port Mezz cards @ $319 ea = $50,000 (2) Flex-10 $40,000 Flex-10 $30,000 VC 1/10Gb Switch $20,000 $10,000 $0 (LOM) 4 NIC 6 NIC 8 NIC 2 NIC
  32. 32. Lowest cost for 4 or more NICs with Virtual Connect Flex-10 $120,000 Up to $100,000 $80,000 $65,000 in savings $60,000 at 8 NICs $40,000 Flex-10 VC 1/10Gb $20,000 1/10Gb switch 1/10 Gb stackable $0 switch 2 NIC 4 NIC 6 NIC 8 NIC (LOM) (Costs exclude cables and external switch ports)
  33. 33. Lowest power for 6 or more NICs with Virtual Connect Flex-10 600W 500W 400W Savings of 300W +270W 200W per enclosure Flex-10 100W VC 1/10Gb 0 Switch 2 NIC 4 NIC 6 NIC 8 NIC (LOM)
  34. 34. Virtual Connect Flex-10 and BL490c Simply the best virtualization package in the Industry More NIC’s supported than any other Blade More DIMMs (16) than any other half- Interconnect in the Industry height blade in the industry Optimize bandwidth per NIC connection Quad-core Intel Nehalem PE processors w 10Gb uplinks to data center switches Integrated dual-channel 10 Gigabit consolidate bandwidth and cabling Ethernet Stack multiple enclosures and optimize traffic Flex-10 technology that can divide a 10 through multiple, redundant 10Gb uplinks Gigabit channel into multiple 1 Gigabit adapters Reduce infrastructure costs while increasing 1-watt Solid State hard drives VM’s per server High efficiency components, such as Free up I/O slots to support other network Switching Regulators technologies
  35. 35. Conclusie: • Energie zuinige componenten • Beheer(s)baar Power Management • Schaalbaar • Efficienter beheer • Nadruk op consolidatie en virtualisatie • Meer performance per Watt • (of veel minder Watt bij gelijke performance…) • Gericht op Energy Labels, benches, etc. • Sterke bijdrage aan energie besparing 35 HP Confidential – NDA until November 17th
  36. 36. VRAGEN? (bezoek de HP stand) 36 HP Confidential – NDA until November 17th