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Welcome to NEC! SpiceCorp of Dallas / Fort Worth

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NEC recently welcomed regional user group members from the Spiceworks community to their Irving-based headquarters. The Dallas/Fort Worth SpiceCorp Group held their monthly meeting at NEC, kicking it off with a reception in the Executive Briefing Center where members ate and enjoyed beverages, while being able to mix and mingle with NEC’s Subject Matter Experts.

NEC presented several short 15 minute presentations with a lot of time for Q&A/discussions on:

• NEC’s Smart Enterprise Overview
• Simplifying Network Administration with Software Defined Networking
• Business Continuity Technology that Helps You Sleep Peacefully at Night
• Storage Technology that Handles Ever Increasing Corporate Data
• Short Preview of NEC’s Cloud-based Services

Watch the entire event at https://youtu.be/JqlTPiaDDQ4?list=PLWJf584cuAlRm94wTWUNR78hfVYoy6FEO.

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Welcome to NEC! SpiceCorp of Dallas / Fort Worth

  1. 1. Welcome to NEC! SpiceCorp of Dallas / Fort Worth
  2. 2. Agenda 7:00-7:30 Reception in lobby and EBC 7:30-7:45 NEC Overview Presenter: Drew Beckmann 7:45-8:15 Simplifying the Network with Software Defined Networking Presenter: Sam Safa 8:15-8:45 Business Continuity Technology that Helps You Sleep Peacefully at Night Presenter: Hiro Matsunami 8:45-9:00 Break 9:00-9:30 Storage Technology that Handles Ever Increasing Corporate Data Presenter: Chauncey Schwartz 9:30-9:45 Preview of NEC’s Cloud-Based Solutions Presenter: Paul Matte 9:45-10:00 Drawing for Drone Giveaway SpiceCorpofDallas/FortWorthMeet-Up
  3. 3. The Smart Enterprise November 15, 2016 Drew Beckmann Director of Business Development NEC Corporation of America
  4. 4. 4 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Business Landscape: Increasingly Digital and Connected Mobile Revolution & Virtualization Customer Engagement & IoT Business Networking & Cloud Security & Big Data Server virtualization will reach 80%+ VDI market: 7.5% annual growth 50% of web browsing from mobile devices 9B mobile users in the world Integrate social Networking into business processes More devices than people 1B virtual team Workers by end 2016 50 Billion things to be connected to the internet Global UCaaS market: From $2.5B in 2013 to $7.6B by 2018 WW server shipment Growth 8% Growth in adoption of business networks Workload processed in the cloud World Data Generated last 2 years Security concerns drive 13% year-on-year growth Business continuity is key virtualization motivator Total World Wide Data capacity
  5. 5. 5 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise 4 Key Values that Empower Smart Enterprises Business Agility A mobile workforce optimally responsive to customers and business changes Collaborative Communities Productive teamwork for better workplace productivity, customer value & business outcome Cloud Delivery Flexible carefree on-demand deployment models – premise, cloud and hybrid Assured Services Business continuity & data security ensured by a highly available, secure IT infrastructure
  6. 6. 6 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NEC’s Smart Enterprise Framework Safety Operational Efficiency Security Unified Communications Big Data & Analytics Server, Storage & IoT Biometrics End-to-End Services Software Defined Networking Retail Solutions
  7. 7. 7 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise
  8. 8. Smart Enterprise with Software Defined Networking Sam Safa Sr. Business Development Manager NEC Corporation of America
  9. 9. Agenda • Why SDN? Market Drivers? • What is SDN? • What does is Offer? • What about Cyber Security Protection with SDN? • What impact on UC (or other applications)? • NEC’s History and Recognition in SDN • Q&A
  10. 10. Are you a Trusted Advisor for your Organization? Your Business Challenges
  11. 11. 11 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ Increasing Costs for Current Infrastructure  High Yearly Maintenance Support Contracts  Complex Environments • Highly Skilled/Specialized Engineers (hard to keep/please)  Over-Provision/Over-build/Over-Pay • Anticipating Future Demands  Increasing Energy Costs (more Hardware) • Offsetting Savings ▌ Additional Services Straining Current Budgets  NEW Applications & Services costly to Implement/Deploy • Requiring more & more additional budgets (for HW/SW/Labor)  BYOD Strategy with employees with > 1 or 2 devices • Becoming more challenging to maintain (3-4 devices per user)  Continue to “Do more with Less”  Collaboration with Video (increasing bandwidth demands) Today’s IT Challenges
  12. 12. 12 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Today’s IT Challenges ..More.. ▌ Heightened Security Challenges  Securing Networks, Devices, Applications  Viruses/Spyware/Hacks very common  Network Security (B2B & B2C models)  Trade Secrets & Intellectual Properties  Physical & Network Security Convergence ▌ Business Agility a NEW IT Requirement  Competition demanding Flexible Infrastructure  Adapt to New Business Needs & Models  Quickly React to NEW Market Demands
  13. 13. 13 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Projected Complexity Growing – NO End in Sight
  14. 14. Industry Analysis Trends & Needs
  15. 15. 15 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Transition to Software-Defined Infrastructure
  16. 16. 16 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Computing Trends are Driving Network Change Static architecture of conventional networks is ill-suited to the dynamic computing and storage needs of today’s data centers, campuses and carrier environments ▌ Changing Traffic Patterns  Applications that commonly access geographically distributed databases and servers through public and private clouds require extremely flexible traffic management and access to bandwidth on demand ▌ The “Consumerization of IT”  The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend requires networks that are both flexible & secure ▌ The Rise of Cloud Services  Users expect on-demand access to applications, infrastructure, & other IT resources ▌ “Big Data” Means More Bandwidth  Handling today’s mega datasets requires massive parallel processing that is fueling a constant demand for additional capacity and any-to-any connectivity https://www.opennetworking.org/sdn-resources/sdn-definition
  17. 17. 17 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Current Networks Limitations ▌ Complexity that Leads to Stasis  Adding or moving devices and implementing network-wide policies are complex, time-consuming, and primarily manual endeavors that risk service disruption, discouraging network changes. ▌ Inability to Scale  The time-honored approach of link oversubscription to provision scalability is not effective with the dynamic traffic patterns in virtualized networks—a problem that is even more pronounced in service provider networks with large-scale parallel processing algorithms and associated datasets across an entire computing pool. ▌ Vendor Dependence  Lengthy vendor equipment product cycles and a lack of standard, open interfaces limit the ability of network operators to tailor the network to their individual environments. https://www.opennetworking.org/sdn-resources/sdn-definition
  18. 18. 18 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Why SDN?
  19. 19. 19 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise What do Organization Need in a New Infrastructure? ▌ Faster Time to Deployment/Market of NEW Applications  How often are applications/services (UC) delayed due to Network Infrastructure deployments/changes? ▌ Adaptable Environment that is Secure and Can Adjust Simply & Seamlessly to Changing Network Events (Security) and Business Needs ▌ Success Factors?  Is Connectivity test (“PING”) enough?  What about... • Correctly running Applications (UC)? • Dynamic / Self Healing Network? • Delay/Congestion/Bandwidth Management? • Network & Applications Synchronization? Slow laying track? Time to rollout important? Maximum Utilization or Overprovision?
  20. 20. 20 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise 80%+ CAPEX / OPEX Savings?
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  22. 22. 22 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise What is Software-Defined Networking (SDN)? ▌ “An emerging architecture that is dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptable, making it ideal for the high-bandwidth, dynamic nature of today's applications” ▌ “..decouples the network control and forwarding functions enabling the network control to become directly programmable and the underlying infrastructure to be abstracted for applications and network services” ▌ “..OpenFlow® protocol is a foundational element for building SDN solutions” https://www.opennetworking.org/sdn-resources/sdn-definition One of the Key Benefits
  23. 23. 23 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise SDN CAPEX & OPEX Savings ▌ NEC’s ProgrammableFlow (SDN Infrastructure) Offers Significant:  Capital Expenditure Savings ($$) over your current environments • Significant savings via the ability of virtualization & abstraction layer • Much like virtual servers run on physical servers • Network virtualization (last frontier for virtualization remaining)  Reduced Labor/Operational Costs • Improved physical & logical network visibility with advanced management functions & reduced operational complexity • Reduction in network outages due to configuration errors • Strengthened security with quicker/targeted policy provisioning (policies can be provisioned all at once vs. each device at a time) • Applications adaptability via APIs (networks can better react to application requirements) reducing deployment times
  24. 24. 24 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ Reduced Deployment/Management/Support Costs ($$) for UC/Voice/Video & RT Applications  QoS provisioning/support is managed by controller (not each individual network device/switch/router)  Dynamic bandwidth & path allocation (vs. static) based on applications/UC (VIP, 911, Video Conference, Web meeting, etc..)  Reduced network troubleshooting for mission critical environments (network is self-healing)  Efficient network resources (less need to overprovision – ability to reach 100% Network utilization vs. 30-40% currently) ▌ Investment Protection with future proof standards- based OpenFlow vs. proprietary router/switch SDN Efficiencies & Investment Protection
  25. 25. 25 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Security Products SDN Adaptor NEC SDN Products Internal Servers Internet Security event detected Possibly Infected Network control commands NEC’s SDN Automatic Cyber Attack Defense Solution
  26. 26. 26 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Notification Notification SDN Completed in a matter of seconds Legacy Security incident detected Procedures completed Time needed for initial response Several minutes to several days needed until completion Blocked NEC’s SDN Reduces the Risk of Damage Spreading - Automatic Cyber Attack Defense Solution Protects Processes  Time required to take initial measures shortened  Human errors and other omissions prevented
  27. 27. 27 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise SDN Technology is Real 22% 27% 24% 18% 2%7% Time Frame for Deploying SDN In Production Within 12 months 13-24 months 25-36 months 37-48 months Longer than 49 months  60% of organizations surveyed plan to deploy in the next 36 months  39% plan campus network deployment
  28. 28. 28 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Additional Improvements & Benefits 72% Accelerated Application Deployment 35% Improved workload placement based in part on network capacity 33% Significantly improved IT operations 33% Deeper telemetry and visibility 33% More efficient and reliable use of networking 32% Service chaining (adding L4-L7 Services) 28% Improved network reliability 26% Improved fault tolerance/fault recovery 25% Improve integration with other software 11% Significant operational cost savings 9% Significant capital cost savings What is the top result you expect from deploying Software Defined Networking? Source: Current Analysis 2015 UC Deployment can benefit greatly from SDN
  29. 29. 29 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise What about UC Specifically? ▌ UC is one of the many applications that can benefit greatly in several areas via the UC-SDN integration ▌ Examples:  Provisioning & Deployment  Priority Communications  Disaster Failover & Recovery  Orchestration between UC & SDN
  30. 30. 30 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Start configuring the devices Creating Configuration Files 5 Days Network Configuration 5 Days Configuring the Devices 2 Days Network Config. 1 day Config. the Devices ½ Day 12 days 1.5 days Meeting prior to implementation On-site survey Interview N days Meeting prior to implementation On-site survey Interview N days ProgrammableFlow Traditional NW Simplified Networks Leads to Quicker Deployments ▌ NEC customer case study found deploying SDN reduced network configuration change time from 12 days to1.5 days ▌ Simplicity of SDN Network eliminates most design & configuration ▌ Automation & centralized control eases configuration Source : nec.com case studies Traditional SDN from NEC 12 days 1.5 days $1,200/day $14,400 $1,800 87.5% Savings Labor Costs
  31. 31. 31 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise SDN, UC & Biometric Integration SDN Network Management Face Recognition CIT Operation Status and Alert Notification Window” Unified Communications
  32. 32. NEC’s SDN EcoSystem & Recognition Awards
  33. 33. 33 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Leader in Software Defined Infrastructure 1st to Market with SDN Solution – Now v6 1st to Market with OpenFlow 1.0 & 1.3 1st to Market with OpenFlow for Windows Server 1st to Receive OpenFlow Conformance Certification from Open Networking Foundation Best of Interop 2011, 2012, 2014 https://www.necam.com/sdn/doc.cfm?t=Awards
  34. 34. 34 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise “NEC's comprehensive strategy to build out both its offerings and the broader market has all of the right ingredients for playing a leading role in the emerging Open Networking initiative, with hardware, software, partners and deep involvement in the community.” Christian Renaud - 451 Research Leader in Data Center and Enterprise SDN for 2016 “SDN pioneer with successful large-scale and geographically-distributed deployments“ Cliff Grossner, Ph.D. - IHS Praise for ProgrammableFlow Networking News
  35. 35. 35 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Network Equipment Quantity L3SW 36 L2SW 102 Firewall 14 Load balancer 10 Conventional Network Server Router Switch FW Department A Department B Department C Software Defined Network Department A VTN Department B VTN Department C VTN Logical Configuration Department A Department B Department C Network Appliance Pool Network Pool Server Pool PFC Switch Physical Configuration PFSFW Lower CAPEX/OPEX Costs through Network Virtualization Network Equipment Quantity OpenFlow Switches 10 OpenFlow Controllers 2 L2SW 2 Firewall 4 Load balancer 4 Reduced CAPEX • Less Hardware • Standard-Based (OpenFlow) • Virtualization Reduced OPEX • Less Complex Network • Applications-Aware Infrastructure • Easier to Provision, Manage & Control
  36. 36. 37 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Open Networking From NEC www.sdnspace.com
  37. 37. 38 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise SDN is Here ▌ SDN is happening!  Progress has been rapid  Significant operational benefits can be realized ▌ It’s about the Applications  Easier to deploy  More agile  Easier to manage ▌ Learning about SDN  http://www.necam.com/sdn  http://sdnspace.com/Blogs  https://www.sdxcentral.com/  https://www.opennetworking.org/sdn-resources/
  38. 38. 39 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise
  39. 39. Business Continuity Technology that Helps You Sleep Peacefully at Night Hiro Matsunami Manager of Product Management, ETU - Server NEC Corporation of America November 15, 2016
  40. 40. Agenda ▌ Financial Impact of Infrastructure Vulnerability ▌ Always-on Platform Solution ▌ Live demonstration ▌ Why NEC? – Technology Comparison ▌ Case Studies ▌ Q&A
  41. 41. 42 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Hardware Failure is Inevitable ▌ Failure Rates in Google Data Centers  Google has more than 200,000 servers • 40 servers per rack • Ave. 150 racks per data center • 36 data centers  2% to 4% servers fail  1% to 5% of disk drives crash  1 to 6 hours to get back Source: Data Center Knowledge
  42. 42. 43 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Cost of Down Time ▐ #1 Reason for Downtime – Infrastructure ▐ Average Cost: $5,600 per minute. / length: 90 minutes: $505,500 Average cost of unplanned data center outages for nine categories Average total cost by root causes of the unplanned outage Source: “Understanding the Cost of Data Center Downtime: An Analysis of the Financial Impact of Infrastructure Vulnerability” An Analysis of the financial Impact on Infrastructure Vulnerability
  43. 43. 44 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise What is Fault Tolerance? Fault Tolerant Continuous Availability (CA) 5.25 Minutes None Cluster High Availability (HA) 99.9% 8 Hours 45 Minutes Business Interruption Lost Transaction Stand-alone GP or Blade Server w/RAID 99.5% 43 Hours 23 Minutes Tomorrow is Okay Availability Average Annual Downtime User Tolerance to Downtime 72% of mission critical applications experience nine hours of outage per year. Source: Standish Group Research Source: IDC 99.999%
  44. 44. 45 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Fault Tolerant Server Express5800/R320e
  45. 45. 46 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ Equipped with fully redundant components to deliver up to 99.999% continuous uptime ▌ Eliminate single points of failure and can isolate failure points immediately ▌ Innovative Technologies  Lockstep processing  Zero failover time  Zero data loss  No loss of TCP connection  Completely transparent to OS & applications ▌Operational Simplicity & TCO Reduction  Complexity is the enemy of HA NEC Fault Tolerant Server Always-On Server Virtualization Platform solution
  46. 46. 47 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise GeminiEngine™ enables redundant operation without an extra load on CPU or memory. Fault Tolerant Architecture Module #0 Module #1 R320e-M4 (Front)  No Single Point of Failure  No Switchover (Removal based)  Single Logical Server Uninterrupted by Hardware Failure & Component Replacement GeminiEngine™
  47. 47. 48 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Continuous Availability Standalone Cluster Fault Tolerant In service Failure System down for typically a few hours or more Service intermittence Restart service Replacement Complete 1. Call field service 3. Defective component replacement 4. QA Test2. Diagnosis of root cause
  48. 48. 49 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Customer’s Challenges with Server Virtualization 3rd party research firms evaluated NEC FT server How to solve the challenges
  49. 49. 50 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NEC FT vs. VMware FT VMware FT ▌ Performance & Scalability comparison ▌ Ease of setup comparison ▌ Continuous Availability vs.
  50. 50. 51 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Performance and Scalability Comparison NEC FT vs. VMware FT 24,786 19,226 54,886 33,479 107,816 55,050 206,074 83,140 Source: Principled Technologies Test Report , Oct. 2015 Fault Tolerance Performance and Scalability Comparison: NEC Hardware-Based FT VS. Software-Based F
  51. 51. 52 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Achieve scalable fault tolerance with less hassle Source: Principled Technologies Test Report , Sep. 2015 Fault Tolerance Ease of Setup Comparison: NEC Hardware-Based FT VS. Software-Based FT
  52. 52. 53 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ESG Lab Validation ▌ Simply deployed in less than an hour (3 minutes NEC + 39 minutes VMware) ▌ Totally automated failover and failback with no interruption ▌ Dramatically less complex than traditional virtual server fault tolerance ▌ 39% lower cost than SAN attached dual server VMware Advanced 7 56 1211 10 8 4 2 1 9 3 Boot from CD 3:10 Standard vSphere install 39:44 42:54
  53. 53. 54 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Software FT vs. Hardware FT VMware FT NEC FT VMware Edition Standard + vCenter Essentials Processors to License 4 Up to 2 processor Minimum required VMware License Cost $16,598 (1) $966 (2) External Storage Array Required Not Required Dedicated 10G Network Required Not Required Easy Set Up More steps w/ more required components 36.6% fewer steps w/ less components (3) TCO 39% lower TCO (4) IPv6 Not Supported Supported SMP Support 4 vCPU/VM, 8 vCPU/Host No hard limit Memory Support Max 64GB per VM MAX 256GB Performance scalability Limited 2.4 times better (3) Performance Penalty Significant Limited (3) (1) VMware 6 Standard (4 CPUs) w/ 3 yr support + VMware vCenter w/ 3yr support (2) VMware 6 Essential w/ 3 yr support (3) Comparison Report by PT (4) TCO Analysis Report by ESG
  54. 54. 55 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Best Platform Solution for Server Virtualization TCO Savings Easy Deployment 99.999% Availability Superior Performance
  55. 55. Express5800 Case Studies
  56. 56. 57 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Case Study: Unified Communications ▌ Customer: Large School District in Kansas ▌ Successful deployment of Virtualized SV9500 with High Availability  Customer’s Request • SV9500 Rich telephony features • Enterprise Data Center solution • Continuous business operations and communications • Redundancy between two data centers  Proposed Solution • Virtualized SV9500 with FT server • VMware HA for Disaster Recovery
  57. 57. 58 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Case Study: Manufacturing Solutions “I would highly recommend NEC not only for their knowledge and fantastic product, but also for their true and tremendous dedication to customer satisfaction…” - Mike McDermott, electrical engineer, PSI Manufacturing information management server • Central Manufacturing database • Component Tracing • Real-time checking • Performance management Progressive Stamping, Inc. IPDTM Vision System RSBizWare TM PlantMetrics by Rockwell Software
  58. 58. 59 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Case Study: Physical Security Customer: The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey ▌ The Port Authority runs the regional transportation infrastructure, including the Bridges, Tunnels, Airports, and Seaports, including the new World Trade Center & Police Department in the Port of New York & New Jersey. ▌ Systems: NEC Fault Tolerant systems running VMware vSphere. ▌ Use: Mission critical control systems to manage multiple infrastructure projects by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.  New World Trade Center: Security Infrastructure  Newark & New York Ports: Security Infrastructure  Subways: Power Control  NYC Police: Computer Aided Dispatch ▌ Why NEC FT Servers:  Continuous Availability Application Requirement (no blackout)  Scalable Fault Tolerant Virtual CPU Performance  24x7 Support from proven total system provider
  59. 59. 60 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise How FT Server Fits the Bill? 1. Continuous Availability (CA) (up to 99.999% = 5Mins./Year) - The utmost HA solution against unplanned downtime - Automatic and transparent to user; no transaction or data lost 4. Rapid System Deployment - No application modification required - Eliminates cluster deployment complexity 2. Server Virtualization Protection - Uniquely Addresses “All eggs in one basket” - Scalable vCPU performance, No performance degradation 3. Operational Simplicity - Simplified recovery process complexity compared to clustered systems - Easy administration and configuration (single-logical system view) 5. TCO Reduction - Time, Infrastructure & Software Licensing - Savings associated with application outage
  60. 60. 61 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Conclusion A fault tolerant server is clearly the must-have hardware for mission critical applications and server virtualization platform. Business Continuity Technology that helps you sleep peacefully at night.
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  63. 63. NEC M-Series Storage Overview Chauncey Schwartz Product Manager NEC Corporation of America
  64. 64. 65 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Capacity Growth
  65. 65. 66 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Market Challenges Selected Segment Growth Rate  All HDD array CAGR -11.2%  Hybrid flash array CAGR 1.9%  All-flash array CAGR 21.4% Total Market CAGR 0.3% Source : IDC
  66. 66. 67 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NEC’s M-Series Storage Solution Simplified Management Optimized Performance Secured Data Efficient, low-cost operation PerforOptimizer Advanced Dynamic Pool Perforcache I/O Load Manager ThinProvisioning MAID Function Eco Hardware, Software All Flash Storage Hybrid NAS Gateway Unified Storage
  67. 67. 68 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Lineup M310 Up to 8 ports (FC/iSCSI/ Combo) Max. 480 drives (2.5-inch drive) M510 Up to 32 ports (FC/iSCSI, Combo) Max. 768 drives M710 Up to 48 ports (FC/iSCSI, Combo) Max 960 drives Up to 8 ports (FC/iSCSI) Max. 480 SSD drives (2.5inch drive) M310F Up to 48 ports (FC/iSCSI) Max. 960 SSD drives M710F Hybrid NAS Gateway Nh4b* Nh8b All-Flash Unified M110 Up to 8 ports (FC/iSCSI/SAS ) Max. 120 drives
  68. 68. 69 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Duplexing Storage HW  Fully duplexed primary components  Services sustainable in an event of failure  Component replacement without interrupting services High Availability with Full Duplex Configuration
  69. 69. 70 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ Raw Performance Results based on IOmeter Testing  16G FC  RAID1  Media • M110 : 120 HDDs • M310 : 480 HDDs • M510 : 768 HDDs • M710 : 960 HDDs • M310F : 96 SSDs • M710F : 96 SSDs - 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 500,000 600,000 700,000 800,000 900,000 M110 M310 M510 M710 M310F M710F Random Read 4KB Miss Random Write 4KB Miss Mx10 / Mx10F Performance Summary
  70. 70. 71 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NEC’s Management Choices Capacity Expansion Virtual Machine Management NEC takes out the complexity from storage management; for administrators it is centralized and simplified management NEC’s Simplified Management Solution NEC Storage VWware vCenter Plug-in • Add HDD without service interruption • Automatic data allocation • Add HDD without service interruption Advanced Dynamic Pool Thin Provisioning NEC I/O Load Manager Data Allocation to Resources • Automatic data allocation to suitable device NEC Storage Manager Managing Storage • Centralized view of storage resources with intuitive management functions
  71. 71. 72 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Boost Your Storage’s Performance with NEC’s Smart Performance Features NEC’s High Performance Choices NEC Perfor Optimizer for intelligent data tiering NEC Perfor Cache for enhanced performance NEC Virtual Cache Partitioning to boost application performance NEC Performance Navigator for performance insights Phoenix Technology to minimize HDD degradation SSD, Thin Provisioning Advanced Dynamic Pooling
  72. 72. 73 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NAS Gateway – Unified SAN and NAS on a single NEC Storage M series  Integrated monitor function for SAN and NAS device  Sharing storage capacity among plural integrated business application ▐ Integrate business-use server & file server on a single storage system Operation Management Screen Dashboard (SAN/NAS integrated monitor) File Services Manager (NAS) NEC Storage Manager (SAN) administrator FileMail Video …DB Management LAN FC NFS iSCSI CIFS NEC Storage M Series Multi protocol NAS Gateway Business-use Server GA Q3 2016
  73. 73. Partners Are Key
  74. 74. 75 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise M Series Storage Technology Partners First Japanese vender to acquire VMware certification of VVOL http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/search.php?deviceCategory=san ▌ Certified by Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2012 R2 to administer NEC Storage ( provisioning and configuration display) in a Hyper-V environment http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/16100.system-center-2012-vmm-supported-storage-arrays.aspx ▌ SAP Hana certified listed in SAP site http://global.sap.com/community/ebook/2014-09-02-hana-hardware/enEN/enterprise-storage.html ▌ Collaboration of NEC Storage Data Replication (DDR and DynamicSnapVolume) and CommVault Simpana delivers non-stop backup of virtual machines in cloud environment http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=features/snap_backup/c_snap_nec_getting_started.htm
  75. 75. Extending Our Function
  76. 76. 77 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Enhancing efficiency in VM operations (VVOL) ▌ NEC Storage has been certified for the new technique “Virtual Volume (VVOL)” by VMware Inc. at its release ▌ VVOL achieves VM-based performance and failure monitoring, previously managed only on an LD basis Datastore Pool LD vmdk VMVM Pool vmdk VMVM LD vmdk LD vmdk LD-based performance and failure monitoring VVOL certified NEC VMware Datastore VM-based monitoring AfterBefore
  77. 77. 78 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ No need for backup server/software; Directly backup/restore replica volumes ▌ Full and incremental backup available. *1 Incremental backup transfers updated blocks only, and full backup data is saved on HYDRAstor automatically ▌ Data compression and deduplication function of HYDRAstor enables store efficiency Characteristics of DirectDataShadow (DDS) *1: For incremental backup, a full backup needs to be performed in advance. NEC Storage M Series HYDRAstor DDR Updated blocks Master (MV) Replica (RV) Store data efficiently by using deduplication function Incremental backup transfers only updated blocks DDS (Direct backup/restration) Compress ▌ Target devices • NEC Storage M110/M310/M310F/M510/ M710/M710F • HS3-40/HS3-50/HS8-40/HS8-50 ▌ Required items to use DDS • NEC Storage DynamicDataReplication • NEC Storage ControlCommand Media Kit • HYDRAstor DirectDataShadow Option Compress Compress
  78. 78. 79 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Replication Navigator – Smart Systems #service stop ………. #unmount ………. #replicate ………. #separate ………. You need to register jobs by manually creating job networks in a text format. Know-how to create backup jobs according to the system environment (server, database, storage, server virtualization platform) is necessary Configuration errors due to manual process. Before Installing Replication Navigator Suite Job networks are automatically created by the wizard. Easy operation using a mouse The wizard making up for lack of know-how The wizard used for job registration as well After Installing Replication Navigator Suite iSMrc_replicate –file pairlist.txt -wait NET STOP ESMCommonService MOUNTVOL E: /D iSMrc_flush -mvol ?Volume{cb7c736b-cc0e-11d8-96b7-505054503030} iSMrc_umount -mvol ?Volume{cb7c736b-cc0e-11d8-96b7-505054503030} iSMexchange_backup –file pairlist.txt -logdelete MOUNTVOL E: ?Volume{cb7c736b-cc0e-11d8-96b7-505054503030} iSMrc_mount –drv E: NET START ESMCommonService Job network to be executed ・ ・ ・ ▌ The wizard automatically creates backup job networks using storage replication functions. 21 Quick and easy wizard- based settings No configuration error Registration with job management software
  79. 79. 80 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Enterprise Storage for the Smart Enterprise 1. Tightly integrated to virtualization partners 2. Enterprise class speed (top 10 SPC-1™ IOPS) 3. Advanced Quality-of-Service 4. Eco-Friendly 5. The foundation for Agility, Cloud, Collaboration, and Service Delivery 6. Balance speed/cost ratio to achieve your technical and business objectives Business Agility A mobile workforce optimally responsive to customers and business changes Collaborative Communities Productive teamwork for better workplace productivity, customer value & business outcome Cloud Delivery Flexible carefree on-demand deployment models – premises, cloud and hybrid Assured Services Business continuity & data security ensured by a highly available, secure IT infrastructure
  80. 80. 81 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise
  81. 81. Paul Matte Mgr – Product Management NEC Corporation of America
  82. 82. 83 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Agenda ▌Overview ▌Cloud Architecture ▌Delivery Methods/Platforms ▌UCaaS User Packages ▌SV9100Blue ▌SIP Trunk
  83. 83. 84 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise UNIVERGE® Cloud Services UNIVERGE Blue – Solutions Overview SV Platform Other PBX Univerge Blue UCaaS UCaaS Conference/ Collaboration Contact CenterHybrid Cloud Mobile Solutions SIP TrunkingSV9100Blue Sip trunk UNIVERGE BLUE
  84. 84. 85 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Benefits • “Pay-As-You Go” • Add Features As You Need Them • Flexible Scalability (Up or Down) • Simplicity • OPEX Predictable Cost
  85. 85. 86 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise UNIVERGE BLUE Cloud Services Fully Managed End to End Solution Managing Connectivity, User Applications Along With Call Quality Latest Technology No Obsolescence Software Driven Platform With Ease of Upgrading Architected for High Availability (99.999%) Highest Call Quality For Your Users. Guaranteed SLA’s Business Continuity Assurance Companies Want Their Users Always Connected All of the Benefits of Unified Communications Delivering Feature/Functional ity and All its Benefits
  86. 86. 87 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise ▌ Geo Redundant Data Centers  Denver & Ohio ▌ Powered with SDN Technology ▌ Powerful Enterprise Servers ▌ Enhanced Cloud Storage ▌ 24/7 NOC Support ▌ Network Security ▌ Enhanced Network Monitoring ▌ Architected for 99.999% Uptime NEC Cloud - Architected for Reliability Built with “One NEC”
  87. 87. 88 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Public HybridPrivate Empowering You To Choose or Build Your Own Cloud Platforms UNIVERGE Cloud Services Platforms
  88. 88. 89 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise Accessing the Cloud • Managed MPLS Circuit (QoS) • MPLS Access Router • NEC’s Highest SLA • Over the Top (OTT) • Connectivity provided by Customer • Customer Uses Existing Router and Bandwidth On Net Two Methods of Accessing UNIVERGE BLUE Off Net
  89. 89. 90 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise UNIVERGE BLUE – UCaaS Packages Basic User • All basic Telephony features • 50 minutes of bundled LD • Basic Voice Mail Standard User Premium User • All basic Telephony features • 75 minutes of bundled LD • Voice Mail w/Unified Messaging • DID • UC Client • PSTN Mobility • All basic Telephony features • 150 minutes of bundled LD • Voice Mail w/Unified Messaging • DID • UC Client • Mobility (PSTN & SMP) • Additional Device License There is no additional charge for “Voice Paths”. Each customer has access to as many voice paths as their network bandwidth will allow. Unlimited Long Distance packages are available as well Each site receives (1) of the following at no additional charge: • Automated Attendant • Ring Group • E911 ERL
  90. 90. 91 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise SV9100Blue Model ▌ Offered in 3 and 5 year with price savings with longer term ▌ Pay monthly per user ▌ Following bundled into the user Price:  SIP Trunks  User Licenses/Features  Hardware • SV9100 + Telephones
  91. 91. 92 © NEC Enterprise Solutions 2016 Empowering the Smart Enterprise NEC SIP Trunks ▌ High number of minutes per month included (1,000/ outbound minutes per trunk - pooled) ▌ Excellent Support:  FREE Consultation • Cost optimization (what they currently have to how they can save with NEC)  Provisioning assistance  Engineering setup support  Ongoing service support  24/7 monitored and managed ▌ Internet Circuit speed test & VoIP quality test included ▌ Fraud monitoring included
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