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IP Expo 2009 - Designing the Next Generation Data Centre with Unified Computing and Network Virtualisation


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Enterprises are leveraging Unified Data Centre Infrastructure to reduce cost and increase ability to adapt to changing business needs. This session will describe Cisco Data Center design based on unified fabric, compute and application technologies

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IP Expo 2009 - Designing the Next Generation Data Centre with Unified Computing and Network Virtualisation

  1. 1. Data Centre Design with Unified Computing & Network Virtualisation<br />Paul D’Cruz<br />Consulting Manager – DC Transformation<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Data Centre Emerging Trends & Innovation
  3. 3. Unified Fabric
  4. 4. Unified Compute
  5. 5. Virtualisation Aware Network
  6. 6. Case Study Cisco IT Infrastructure as a Service</li></li></ul><li>
  7. 7. Ethernet LAN<br />N5000<br />N5000<br />Today’s Enabling Technologies<br />Standards<br />Enhanced <br />Ethernet<br />Virtualisation<br />Wire speed 10GE<br />FCoE<br />LAN<br />MACA<br />MACB<br />N5000<br />VM-aware networkingVN-Link<br />10GE L2 non-blocking, lossless, low latency switch<br />Data Center Bridging (Ethernet)<br />Unified fabric for LAN, SAN, HPC/IPC<br />Ecosystem Partners<br />
  8. 8. LAN<br />SAN A<br />LAN<br />SAN B<br />SAN A<br />SAN B<br />Cluster<br />HPC Cluster<br />CNA<br />CNA<br /><ul><li> Data Centre Compute
  9. 9. Application Clusters
  10. 10. Data Centre Storage</li></ul>CNA<br /><ul><li> Data Centre Compute
  11. 11. Application Clusters
  12. 12. Data Centre Storage</li></ul>Ethernet/DCB/FCoE<br />Ethernet<br />Ethernet<br />Unified Fabric <br />Access Layer<br />FC<br />FC<br />Nexus 5000<br />Application Clusters<br />Application Clusters<br />Unified Fabric Access Layer<br />Access <br />Layer<br />
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  14. 14. Cabling Simplification in your Data CenterFCoE and UCS simplifies<br />From ad hoc and inconsistent… <br />…to structured, but siloed, complicated and costly…<br />…to simple, optimized and automated<br />
  15. 15. Unified Fabric and Compute<br />Mgmt Server<br />Mgmt Server<br />Fibre Channel<br />Ethernet<br />Ethernet<br />FC traffic<br />Today<br />Cisco Solution<br />FCoE<br />Fewer Cables<br />Fewer switches<br />Fewer adapters<br />Overall less power<br />Interoperates with existing SAN’s<br />
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  17. 17. Cisco IT’s Approach <br />Consolidation Strategy<br />Databases, Applications<br />Proprietary Hardware to x86<br />Data Centers – Global Data Center Strategy<br />Virtualization Strategy<br />Virtualization is not new (eg. VLANS/VSANS)<br />Server Virtualization through VMWare<br />Collapsing I/O with FCOE<br />Data virtualization (SAN and NAS)<br />Focus on capacity and resiliency as well as agility<br />Automation Strategy<br />Increased focus on agility, repeatability, and productivity<br />
  18. 18. WW Headcount<br />66,500 employees<br />35% Engineering 27% Sales 38% all others<br />WW Portfolio: <br />18. 9 million sf (60% owned, 40% leased)<br />283 metros in 90 countries<br />444 buildings<br />Over $5B in Assets<br />128+ Acquisitions<br />20,000 Channel Partners<br />110+ ASPs<br />210+ Business & Support Development Partners<br />52 data centers & server rooms<br />1500+ labs (500+ in San Jose)<br />Over 180,000 people around the world in the extended Cisco family<br />
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  20. 20. IaaS AutomationConceptual Architecture Framework<br />OPERATIONS MGMT<br />MPLS<br />INTERNET<br />SERVICE DESK<br />SERVICE BROKER (SLA)<br />Federated<br />CMDB<br />Configuration<br />Management<br />Billing<br />ASSET MGMT<br />CUSTOMER<br />PORTAL<br />COMPLIANCE MGMT<br />VM ASSEMBLER<br />SERVICESCATALOGUE<br />JOB SCHEDULER<br />INFRASTRUCTURE<br />ORCHESTRATION<br />Assurance Mgmt<br />Capacity Mgmt<br />Performance Mgt<br />Compute Mgmt <br />XML/IPMI<br />SSH CLI<br />XML<br />XML<br />XML<br />XML<br />SSH CLI<br />XML<br />XML<br />MDS<br />(SAN)<br />L2-L7<br />SVS<br />Unified Compute<br />FC<br />N1kV<br />PE<br />N7K<br />C6k<br />NFS<br />“VIRTUAL SERVICE CHAIN”<br />COMPUTE<br />NETWORK<br />STORAGE<br />
  21. 21. Cisco Innovation…<br />2008<br />1K<br />Cisco Nexus 1000V<br />x86<br />Platform<br />Cisco Nexus 2000<br />Uniform architecture for GE, 10GE, UIO and VM<br />Cisco Nexus 7000<br />Raised the bar for availability and performance<br />Cisco Nexus 5000<br />Unmatched versatility with Ethernet, DCE, FCoE & FC support<br />Cisco Nexus 1000V<br />Revolutionized virtual machine networking<br />Jan<br />Apr<br />Sep<br />2008<br />2009<br />Data Center EthernetLossless 10Gb transport for next-gen DC<br />Fibre Channel oerEthernet<br />Unified Fabric for LAN and FC<br />Unified Compute<br />NX-OS<br />Unified OS for the data center<br />VN-LinkVirtual Machine Aware Network , Storage and Unified Fabric<br />Technology<br />© 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.<br />
  22. 22. Visit our Stand<br />Cisco Stand 646 VMware Zone – VM’09<br /><ul><li>Unified Fabric with FCoE
  23. 23. Network Aware Virtualisation with Nexus 1000v
  24. 24. Long Distance Vmotion
  25. 25. Unified Compute</li></ul>VMWare Cisco and EMC Stand 458 - Cloud09<br />
  26. 26. You can find additional information about the topics and products covered in this session at the following links:<br /><ul><li>
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  32. 32. Cisco on Cisco Data Center Experience<br /><br />