IBM Data Protection&RetentionIT TapeIBM LTFS – TapeFile System                                                            ...
Agenda    Tape Historie und Entwicklung    IBM Tape Entwicklung und IBM Tape Produkte    IBM Tape File System / LTFSSou...
Video Tapes 1956 Quadruplex format  (Zweizoll) 1960 Helical Scan                           © 2013 IBM Corporation
1952: IBM Modell 726 erster Bandspeicher                                   1952       • LineareAufzeichnung               ...
TapeTechnologieEntwicklungKapazitätssteigerung:  –2002: 1 TB Demonstration     • (44h@50Mbps)     • Verfügbar 2008 mit TS...
Tape Storage: Demonstrating 29.5 Gb/in2   Record storage density on magnetic    tape of 29.5Gbit/in2     –   39x increase...
Storage Bit Cells and Extendability      Scaled Bit Cells      Magnified View of Scaled Bit Cells                       ...
Hard Lessons Learned                                 from                   restore gmail          : Google  Feb 2011     ...
Tape ist ein integraler Bestandteil einer effizienten StorageLösung   Über 80%   betrachten Tape als integralen Bestandtei...
IBM DP&R Storage / DataProtection Overview     IBM Tivoli Storage Manager IBM FlashCopy Manager                TSM for VE ...
LTO – Über 10 Jahre und mehr…                                          Oktober                                           2...
IBM LTO Generation 6  Schneller und größer zum besseren   Peis/Leistungsverhältnis   – 2,5 TB native Kapazität -> ca 110 ...
3592 Generation 4 – TS1140                                   4 000 GB Kapazität (JC) -> ca 177 h @ 50Mbps                ...
IBM Tape Drive Roadmaps             LTO Generations                  LTO-3               LTO-4             LTO-5          ...
IBM TS3500 (3584) UltraScalable Tape Library    Hochleistungs - Bandarchiv      – Schnellstes Robotorsystem weltweit    ...
Warum IT Tapes für M&E Formatunabhängig Größere Kapazität Kostengünstiger                         © 2013 IBM Corporation
Tape Entwicklung: Linear Tape File System (LTFS)=> Tape File System Tape wie „USB-Stick“   – Tape wird als Filesystem dar...
LTFS: Partitionierung für selbstbeschreibende Medien Partitionierte Medien sind notwendig für LTFS Partitionierung der M...
Recognition by M&E Industry                                                    The IBM Linear Tape File System won        ...
LTFS Single Drive Edition Downloads 2011 - 2012                                                                   LTFS SDE...
LTFS Library SupportLTFS zeigt Filesystem - Directory der kompletten Library   – Jede Kassette wird als separates Director...
Phase 2: LTFS-LE (Library Edition)   LTO-5 Tape Cartridges in Library Magazine                                            ...
LibraryCartridge 1   FilesCartridge 2                      © 2013 IBM Corporation25
LTFS Vorteile  Tape ist “self-contained”, “self-describing” und portierbar    – File Index ist auf Tape       • Hierarchi...
LTFS Platform Support                         Single Drive Edition                   Library Edition       Supported      ...
LTFS Ecosystem                 © 2013 IBM Corporation
IBM Arema & IBM LTFS Storage Manager                 CMS        MAM Archive Playout Factual              MaterialPool Maxd...
IBM Storage: LTFS Storage Manager V.1.1 Archive Solution für Digital Media  (Vidoe&Audio)   – IBM LTFS Storage Manager ma...
Video Acquisition, Distribution, & Archive                                                                    FOR-A Model:...
Use case - Video Acquisition,Distribution, & Archive                   Direct Broadcast                        LTFS LE Arc...
Video Archiving in the CloudT3 Media Inc.Challenges • Needed a low cost delivery platform for enterprise scale Video Suppl...
LTFS - Infos IBM Linear Tape File System: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/ltfs/index.html LTFS Info Center:...
Infos / Find me on:     http://sepp4backup.blogspot.de/     https://www.xing.com/profile/Josef_Weingand     http://www.lin...
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  • 20times increase over LTO5
  • In summary, in our opinion, tape technology has a very bright future. We’ve summarized 3 particular reasons for our optimism: 1.We can leverage hdd magnetic recording technologies, such as magnetic tunnel junctions, new magnetic materials, and new media technology 2. There is a great body of knowledge that is continually advancing on magnetic phenomena. MRI, spin torque… 3. There is a great demand for archival storage and magnetic storage never wears out and magnetic tape technology is the only practical and viable method for archive storage. Update 2010-08: - Samsung SpinPoint F4 Ecogreen, 2TB with 3 disks giving 739Gbits/in2 - IBM perpendicular recording demo at IBM 1996 with 1Gbits/in2 http://www.conceivablytech.com/2106/products/hard-drives-get-new-record-density-where-is-the-limit/ - Toshiba: Prototype based on bit-patterned media at a density equivalent to 2.5 terabits per square inch. Toshiba's current highest capacity drive today: 541 gigabits per square inch Toshiba expects the first drives based on bit-patterned media to hit the market around 2013. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9180858/Toshiba_claims_hard_drive_breakthrough
  • 4TB, up-format to 1.6TB, and read JA media
  • The IBM 3584 UltraScalable Tape Library is a modular, highly scalable automated tape storage unit for open systems servers, and features IBM's exclusive multi-path architecture. Standard SCSI-3 medium changer commands sent by attached servers control the robotics. The initial frame of any configuration is the library unit 3584-L32. An entry configuration of 141 slots, utilizing only storage slots on the same wall as the drives is available at a very attractive entry price. When the capacity expansion feature is added, up to 281 slots of storage capacity are available. Up to twelve Ultrium drives may be housed in each frame. There is a trade-off between drives and storage slots. A dual picker and a 10 cartridge I/O station come standard. The expansion unit, the 3584-D32, can be added to provide additional drives or storage slots. It can also house up to 12 Ultrium drives. The maximum number of cartridge slots is 440, again with a trade-off between slots and drives. A six-frame configuration can have a maximum of 248TB of uncompressed storage capacity.
  • The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) presented IBM and Warner Bros. a joint Emmy award for technical achievement, for the creation of a first of its kind, “station in a box” broadcasting system. The pioneering technology enabled the WB 100+ Station Group network to make television history, dramatically expanding the network’s expansion to new television markets across the country and transforming how it manages, customizes, and distributes content quickly and easily to affiliates. In 1998, 80 new cable-delivered television stations in the 100+ markets signed on to WB, making the launch biggest ever. A recent independent study into best practice in digital broadcasting named Korea’s Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) as the global leader in broadcast industry best practice. SBS uses IBM’s Digital Media Center solution to manage its digital assets and end-to-end production process. Of 353 digital asset management sites worldwide surveyed by independent consultancy, Kane Consulting, SBS and five other broadcasters stood out as leaders. SBS was rated at 80 percent on Kane’s index of best practice in areas such as production speed; editorial quality; cost reduction and/or productivity gain; and incremental revenue generated. Other leading broadcasters included RTL Cologne; RTL/TVI Brussels; SVT Stockholm; France 2 Paris; and New York 1. Each scored more than 50 percent on Kane’s index, with an average of 62 percent. Kane’s study spanned the broadcast lifecycle of ingest and catalogue, production, distribution, storage and security. Common best practice attributes include the use of standards-based digital asset management (DAM) technology to digitize broadcast content and streamline production workflows. IBM’s Digital Media Center solution, along with other integrated technologies from KONAN TECHNOLOGY, Thomson Grass Valley, CIS Technology and D2NET, enabled SBS to become the first in the world to fully produce and store news digitally with the broadcast of the Athens Olympics in 2004.
  • Chart and table after: LTFS Hits the Mark in Media and Entertainment: An In-Depth Introduction to LTFS for Digital Media
  • IBM LTFS Storage Manager V.1.1 bietet vereinfachtes Management von IBM Tape Umgebungen mit IBM Linear Tape File System (LTFS) Library Edition V.2.1. Hohe Flexibilität bei Enterprise weitem Management von Projekt Files auf Tape Kassetten bzw. archivierten Files. Focus: Digital Media Content (Audio&Video) Produktion und Archivierung. Einfache Integration / Open Interface für Enterprise Digital Media Apps / Major M&E Industry Formate und SW/Appl. TCO: Lizenzierung ist nicht kapazitätsabhängig, wie bei anderen Anbietern.
  • Per Mike Barton email 10/10/2011: We have approval to use a new high-level slide about Thought Equity Motion Youtube of TEM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7w0jrkQnj4 Quote source: ftp://submit.boulder.ibm.com/sales/ssi/ecm/7x/0crdd-8hlj7x/9678_Thought_Equity_Motion_reaches_Case_Study_Final_May3_11.PDF YouTube video: http://w3-01.ibm.com/sales/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?infotype=RF&subtype=VI&htmlfid=KGOY-8HSLVZ&appname=crmd http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7w0jrkQnj4 10/10/11
  • Ibm ltfs fktg 2013

    1. 1. IBM Data Protection&RetentionIT TapeIBM LTFS – TapeFile System Store Infos / Find me on: dataJosef Weingand http://sepp4backup.blogspot.de/ https://www.xing.com/profile/Josef_WeingandLeading Technical Sales Professional http://www.linkedin.com/pub/josef-weingand/2/788/300 http://www.facebook.com/josef.weingand http://de.slideshare.net/JosefWeingand © 2013 IBM Corporation+49 171 5526783 - weingand@de.ibm.com © 2012 IBM Corporation https://www.xing.com/net/ibmdataprotection
    2. 2. Agenda  Tape Historie und Entwicklung  IBM Tape Entwicklung und IBM Tape Produkte  IBM Tape File System / LTFSSource: If applicable, describe source origin © 2013 IBM Corporation
    3. 3. Video Tapes 1956 Quadruplex format (Zweizoll) 1960 Helical Scan © 2013 IBM Corporation
    4. 4. 1952: IBM Modell 726 erster Bandspeicher 1952 • LineareAufzeichnung - • 1.44 MB 2012 60 Jahre • 7-Spur Technik IBM Bandspeicher Photo 1951 Prototyp Photo 1952 IBM 726 in Betrieb 720 Meter Bandlänge 100 BPI © 2013 IBM Corporation
    5. 5. TapeTechnologieEntwicklungKapazitätssteigerung: –2002: 1 TB Demonstration • (44h@50Mbps) • Verfügbar 2008 mit TS1130 –2006: 8 TB Demonstration • (355 h@50Mbps) • Verfügbar ~ 2012 – 2015 –2010: 35 TB Demonstration • (1555h@50Mbps) –Weitere Forschung an 100 TB Tape Medium –Plan: 135 TB DemonstrationFunktionalität –2010: Tape File System (LTFS) für Single Laufwerk –2011: LTFS für Libraries –2012: LTFS Storage Manager © 2013 IBM Corporation
    6. 6. Tape Storage: Demonstrating 29.5 Gb/in2 Record storage density on magnetic tape of 29.5Gbit/in2 – 39x increase over LTO 4 drives – A bit is 49 nm wide and 446 nm high – Made possible thanks to advanced BaFe media, improved signal processing, and enhanced mechanics Strawman Operating Point for 100 Gbit/in2 – Linear Density = 800 kbit/in – Track Density = 125 ktrack/in – Bit area = 32 nm × 200 nm – Only 36 magnetic particles per bit! © 2013 IBM Corporation
    7. 7. Storage Bit Cells and Extendability  Scaled Bit Cells  Magnified View of Scaled Bit Cells Patterned Media 25 nm x 25 nm 1000 Gbit/in² TAPE NAND 8000 nm x 65 nm 45 nm x 45 nm 1.2 Gbit/in² 330Gbit/in² HDD 74 nm x 13.5 nm 635 Gbit/in² © 2013 IBM Corporation
    8. 8. Hard Lessons Learned from restore gmail : Google Feb 2011 tapehttp://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/gmail-back-soon-for-everyone.html…. I know what some of you are thinking: how could this happen if we have multiplecopies of your data, in multiple data centers? Well, in some rare instances softwarebugs can affect several copies of the data. That’s what happened here. Some copies ofmail were deleted, and we’ve been hard at work over the last 30 hours getting it back for thepeople affected by this issue.To protect your information from these unusual bugs, we also back it up to tape. Sincethe tapes are offline, they’re protected from such software bugs. But restoring data fromthem also takes longer than transferring your requests to another data center, which is whyit’s taken us hours to get the email back instead of milliseconds.So what caused this problem? We released a storage software update that introduced theunexpected bug, which caused 0.02% of Gmail users to temporarily lose access to theiremail. When we discovered the problem, we immediately stopped the deployment of thenew software and reverted to the old version. Tape is „last line of defense“! © 2013 IBM Corporation
    9. 9. Tape ist ein integraler Bestandteil einer effizienten StorageLösung Über 80% betrachten Tape als integralen Bestandteil des Backup Processes Source: Enterprise Strategy Group Research Report, 2010 Data Protection Trends, April 2010  Tape stellt eine zusätzliche und andere Schicht gegen Datenverlust zur Verfügung – „offline Medium“ – Langzeit, geringe Kosten, geringe TCO, einfache Skalierung  Reduziert die Kosten – Preis pro TB ist ~10% von Tier 2 disk1 – Stromverbrauch ist ~1%, verglichen zu Disk2  Bietet hohe Kapazitäten und schnelle Transferraten  Bietet hohe Datensicherheit – Geringe Bit-Error-Rate – Read-after-Write Verification  Transportierbar – Leicht, kompakt, hohe Kapazität  Bietet Investmentschutz mit skalierbaren und kompatible Systemen Sources: 1. “Top 10 Strategies for Surviving Unconstrained Data Growth,” Gartner Symposium Presentation, October 2010, slide 21 2 “In Search of the Long Term Archiving Solution – Tape Delivers Significant TCO Advantage over Disk”, The Clipper Group, Inc., December 2010. © 2013 IBM Corporation
    10. 10. IBM DP&R Storage / DataProtection Overview IBM Tivoli Storage Manager IBM FlashCopy Manager TSM for VE IBM FastBackIBM Tape File System/LTFS LTFS Storage Manager u! TSLM Ne ! 1 HH TS2900 Neu TS7620 • SMB Appliance • 9 Slots LTO 4 • bis zu 145 MB/s • 800 GB • 6 / 12 / 23 / 35 TB • 120 MB/sec 2/4 HH TS31/3200 native LTO 5 • 22 / 44 Slots • 1500 GB 1/2 FH • 140 MB/sec 18 FH TS3310 TS7650G ! LTO 6 New • 30 - 408 Slots ! • DeDup Gateway • 2500 GB • 160 MB/sec Neu • Cluster • bis zu 3 200 MB/sec D2D •DS3500, V3700, V7000, XIV, TS3500 DS8000 192 • 58 – 20 087 Slots TS1130 • 1 000 GB •Shuttle: • 160 MB/sec 15x20 087 = 300 000 Slots TS1140 • 4 TB • 250 MB/sec TS7700 IBM ReadVerify • VTS für zOS Appliance (RVA)Media Tape Drives Tape Virtualization & D2D Tape Libraries © 2013 IBM CorporationB
    11. 11. LTO – Über 10 Jahre und mehr… Oktober 2012 2000 2002 2004 2007 2010 2012 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    12. 12. IBM LTO Generation 6  Schneller und größer zum besseren Peis/Leistungsverhältnis – 2,5 TB native Kapazität -> ca 110 h @ 50Mbps – 6,25 TB mit Kompression (2,5:1) – 160 MB/s native Durchsatz -> ca 25fache Echtzeit Geschwindigkeit • Bei 2,5:1 Kompression 400 MB/sec – max 745 MB/sec • Mit variabler Geschwindigkeit 40 – 160 MB/sec - 14 Speed Matching Geschwindigkeiten - Kein Start/Stop Problem, da kleinste Geschwindigkeit wie bei LTO4 und LTO5 • 1024 MB Data Buffer – Bessere Kompression 2,5 : 1 – Dual Ported 8 Gbit FC oder 6 Gbit SAS – Kompatibilität: LTO5 Lesen und Schreiben, LTO4 lesen – Geringerer Stromverbrauch – Tape File System (LTFS) © 2013 IBM Corporation
    13. 13. 3592 Generation 4 – TS1140  4 000 GB Kapazität (JC) -> ca 177 h @ 50Mbps – Media Re-Use mit JB • JB: 700 GB -> 1 TB -> 1,6 TB  250 MB/sec native Datenrate  Dual-active 8 Gbit FC – Bis zu 700 MB/sec Durchsatz  Neuer Giant Magnetorestive R/W Head mit Aluminium Überzug – 32 parallel Tracks (Read/Write)  Verbesserter Durchsatz durch – 1024 MB Pufferspeicher – "Virtuelles Back Hitch„ mit noch besserern Leistung – Speed Matching mit 14 Geschwindigkeiten  Sehr schneller Datenzugriff durch – High Resolution Tape Directory – schnellste Spulgeschwindigkeit mit 12,4 m/Sek. – Read Ahead Feature – Schneller Load-/Unload-Mechanismus – JC Media unwesentlich länger als JB Media  Verbesserte End-to-End Datenintegrität – End-to-End CRC Check und „outboarded“ Audit-FunktionenUpgrademöglichkeit von TS1130 – Für Langzeitarchive nützlich!auf TS1140!  LTFS Support als Single Drive und in der Library – Tape wie USB-Stick – Tape wie Disk als File System sichtbar – Sehr großes (52 PB) File SystemSchnellstes Tapedrive im Markt! © 2013 IBM Corporation
    14. 14. IBM Tape Drive Roadmaps LTO Generations LTO-3 LTO-4 LTO-5 LTO-6* LTO-7 LTO-8 Max Native 400 GB (L3) 800 GB (L4) 1.5 TB (L5) 2.5 TB (L6) Up to 6.4 TB Up to 12.8 TB Capacity (L7) (L8) Other Native 200 GB L2 400 GB L3 800 GB L4 1.5 TB L5 2.5 TB L6 6.4 TB L7 Capacities 100 GB L1 R/O 200 GB L2 R/O 400 GB L3 R/O 800 GB L4 R/O 1.5 TB L5 R/O 2.5 TB L6 R/O Native Data Rate 80 MB/s 120 MB/s 140 MB/s 160 MB/s Up to 315 Up to 472 * Data Compression engine enhancement from 2:1 to 2.5:1 MB/s MB/s TS1100 Gen-1 Gen-2 Gen-3 Gen-4 Gen-5 Gen-6 Generations 3592 J1A TS1120 TS1130 TS1140 Max Native 300 GB (JA) 700 GB (JB) 1.0 TB (JB) 4.0 TB (JC) 8-10 TB 14-20 TB Capacity (JD) (JD) Other Native 500 GB JA 640 GB JA 1.6 TB JB 6-8 TB JC 6-8 TB JC Capacities with 640 GB JA R/O Media Reuse Native Data Rate 40 MB/s 100 MB/s 160 MB/s 250 MB/s Up to 360 Up to 540 MB/s MB/s © 2013 IBM CorporationAny statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
    15. 15. IBM TS3500 (3584) UltraScalable Tape Library Hochleistungs - Bandarchiv – Schnellstes Robotorsystem weltweit Modulares skalierbares Design – Von 58 bis 20 087 Kassetten – bis zu 6 260 TB native Kapazität (derzeit) – Unterbrechungsfreie Erweiterungen Hochverfügbarkeits Features – Dual Accessor – HA (optional) – Dual Gripper (standard) – Redundant Library Kontroller – Redundant Kontrollpfade Laufwerke – LTO Gen1, Gen2, Gen3, Gen4, Gen5 und Gen6 – TS11x0 Gen1, Gen2, Gen3 und Gen4 Geringster Stromverbrauch von nur (durchs.)185 W Bis zu 1320 Kassetten pro Frame (0,9 m²) Bis zu 4,4 PB pro m² -> ca 200 000 h @ 50Mbps © 2013 IBM Corporation17
    16. 16. Warum IT Tapes für M&E Formatunabhängig Größere Kapazität Kostengünstiger © 2013 IBM Corporation
    17. 17. Tape Entwicklung: Linear Tape File System (LTFS)=> Tape File System Tape wie „USB-Stick“ – Tape wird als Filesystem dargestellt – Für Single-Drive und Library • LTO5, LTO6 und TS1140 • TS3500, TS31/3200, TS3310 und TS2900 Phase 1: Single Drive Edition – IBM Entwicklung • Open Source – LTFS mit einzelnem Laufwerk – Einsatzmöglichkeiten • Datenaustausch • „Video“ Recorder • Etc Phase 2: Library Edition – IBM unique – Tape Library stellt sich als File System dar Phase 3: Software Integration – LTFS Storage Manager © 2013 IBM Corporation
    18. 18. LTFS: Partitionierung für selbstbeschreibende Medien Partitionierte Medien sind notwendig für LTFS Partitionierung der Medien ist die logische und physische Teilung des Bandes in Segmente 2 Partitionen – Index Partition (Partition 0): Enthält die Filesystem Info (ca. 37.5 GB) – Data Partition (Partition 1): Enthält die Files (ca.1.5 TB) Der LTFS Treiber partitioniert das Medium Verschlüsselung (Encryption) ist unterstützt – Ein Key für die gesamte Cartridge in transparenter Verschlüsselung – Standard Operation für die das Band nutzende Anwendung LTFS Index XML Index Partition Guard Wraps File File File B File E O Data Partition O T T © 2013 IBM Corporation
    19. 19. Recognition by M&E Industry The IBM Linear Tape File System won Storage 2011 Broadcast Engineering’s Pick Hit Award at NAB Visions Primetime Emmy 2011. LTFS puts a file system on top of tape. Engineering Award IBM Beta Program Customer FOR-A won 2012 Visionary Media Broadcast Engineering’s Pick Hit Award at and Entertainment NAB 2010 for their LTO-5 video deck with IBM Company Award Long Term File System: LTR-100HS. The Advanced Media Workflow Association is working with IBM on future development and direction of the open-standards software connectors based on IBMs ASD for media services. Hollywood Post Alliance Engineering Excellence Award Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Best Practice Award, for the media asset production and management system developed for Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group. A member of our industry leadership team was IBC Connected World Award recognized in Consulting Magazine’s “Top 25 MostFrost and Sullivan named IBM the 2011 Influential Consulting Leaders of 2005”Global Digital Media Company of the Year in 2010 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    20. 20. LTFS Single Drive Edition Downloads 2011 - 2012 LTFS SDE Do wnloa d St a t is t ic s HBO and/or Discovery Channel announce they will accept only LTFS submissions 1800 1600 1400 “NAB effect” 1200 1000 Win do ws Ma c 800 Linux 600 400 200 0 Fe b Ma r Ap r Ma y J un J ul Aug Se p Oc t Nov De c J an Fe b Ma r Apr Ma y J un J ul Aug 2011 2012 2011 2012 (thru Total August) Linux 953 1,025 1,978 Mac 355 246 601 Windows 1,787 5,571 7,358 Total 3,095 6,842 9,937 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    21. 21. LTFS Library SupportLTFS zeigt Filesystem - Directory der kompletten Library – Jede Kassette wird als separates Directory / Ordner angezeigt – Directroy / Filesystem – Informationen werden von LTFS gecached – Das komplette LTFS Filessystem ist sichtbar und nutzbar (Search) ohne laden von Tape Kassetten – LTFS steuert Tape Library und Tape Drives • Lädt Kassetten bei Read/Write Anfroderungen – „True File System“ Support • Jede Kassette und deren Inhalt ist verfügbar für jede Anwendung durch Standard Filesystem View of Folders of Cartridges © 2013 IBM Corporation
    22. 22. Phase 2: LTFS-LE (Library Edition) LTO-5 Tape Cartridges in Library Magazine Alle Cartridges werden als Directories mit Barcode-Namen angezeigtLTFS Libraryappears asnetwork drive Windows 7 Explorer © 2013 IBM Corporation
    23. 23. LibraryCartridge 1 FilesCartridge 2 © 2013 IBM Corporation25
    24. 24. LTFS Vorteile  Tape ist “self-contained”, “self-describing” und portierbar – File Index ist auf Tape • Hierarchical directory structure n wo rd • Extended attributes IBM awa my Em 2011!  Tape ermöglicht Cross-Platform Support – Entwickelt für Linux/Mac/Windows  Tape kann nun von jeder Applikation benützt werden – File System (LTFS) wird durch standard OS Interfaces supportet • Double-click files • Drag-and-Drop • etc. © 2013 IBM Corporation
    25. 25. LTFS Platform Support Single Drive Edition Library Edition Supported TS2250, TS2260, TS2350, TS2900, TS3100, TS3200, TS3310, Tape Systems TS2360 TS3500, TS1140w/TS3500 RHEL 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 6.1 and 6.2 RHEL 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 6.1 and SLES 11 SP1 and SP2 Supported 6.2 Operating Windows 7 SP1 SLES 11 SP1 and SP2 Systems Windows Server2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 SP1 Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 For details on supported For details on supported hardware hardware configurations Other configurations please refer to the please refer to the System components System Storage Interoperation Storage Interoperation Center (SSIC) Center (SSIC) © 2013 IBM Corporation
    26. 26. LTFS Ecosystem © 2013 IBM Corporation
    27. 27. IBM Arema & IBM LTFS Storage Manager CMS MAM Archive Playout Factual MaterialPool Maxdome AutomationArchive Commercials IBM Archive and Essence Manager GPFS / SoFS TSM LTFS LE Disk Storage Tape Storage IBM Storage Infrastructure © 2013 IBM Corporation
    28. 28. IBM Storage: LTFS Storage Manager V.1.1 Archive Solution für Digital Media (Vidoe&Audio) – IBM LTFS Storage Manager managed (archiving LTFS Storage Manager LTFS Storage / restore) Files (Media: Video, Audio, etc) auf Manual operation Manager Agents DB2 LTFS Tape Libraries Monitoring Local File LTFS Library Reduziert Kosten in traditionellen Digital Media System Edition Umgebungen FTP, Samba, LTO Library NFS Disk Verwaltet Index der Daten Cache FC – Erlaubt Tagging von Files zum besseren Search des Content Tapes Open Interface für Enterprise Digital Media Pool 1 Drives Applikationen – Erlaubt leichte Integration für M&E industry Formats LTFS Storage Manager für alle Kunden die Pool 2 Media Daten (Audio+Video) speichern und auf Tape archivieren wollen Easy of use für Digital Media Daten! © 2013 IBM Corporation
    29. 29. Video Acquisition, Distribution, & Archive FOR-A Model:LTR-100HS 1 Beyond™ Wrangler™ LTO-5 Video Archiving Recorder 2D & 3D Portable Tapeless Workflow - Ingest, Edit, Archive LTO-5 Tape •The LTR-100HS enables you to build handy video “archive at ingest” solutions •Can be used as material program exchange media server LTO-5 Tape •Supporting any stage of Ingest - Delivery - Archive - Reuse cycle•Rapidly unload P2, SxS, RED, Phantom, SI-2K memory cards ordisks while shooting in-field•Auto protected to LTO-5 LTFS tape http://www.for-a.com/products/ltr100hs/ltr100hs.html•Instantly Review or Add Metadata to video clips•Optional Editing in-field http://www.1beyond.com/products/p2wrangler.asp?search=p2workflow33 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    30. 30. Use case - Video Acquisition,Distribution, & Archive Direct Broadcast LTFS LE Archive © 2013 IBM Corporation
    31. 31. Video Archiving in the CloudT3 Media Inc.Challenges • Needed a low cost delivery platform for enterprise scale Video Supply Chain as a Service • Information growth of ~100 TB per month • Easy self-serve access required by clientsSolution • IBM Linear Tape File System at several global locations, including some client facilities ‘LTO 5 and LTFS • IBM System Storage® TS3200 Tape Library, LTO®-5 tape drives significantly reduce the ancillary costs around storage. This is a real game-changer fromBenefits IBM’ • Opened up new business opportunities Mark Lemmons • Enabled more predictable and transparent pricing for clients CTO, T3 Media • Portable, interoperable, scalable, cost-effective data protection and long-term storage T3 with LTFS on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7w0jrkQnj4 TSP03327-USEN-00 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    32. 32. LTFS - Infos IBM Linear Tape File System: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/ltfs/index.html LTFS Info Center: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/ltfs/cust/index.jsp http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/ltfsle/cust/index.jsp http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/ltfssm/cust/index.jsp LTFS Format Specification: http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=577&uid=ssg1S7003166 LTFS, LFV and ITDT Download (Linux, Mac OS X, Windows): http://www.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/ (Storage Systems / Tape Systems / Tape Dev Driver and Software / Linear Tape File System / )(Storage Systems / Tape Systems / Tape Dev Driver and Software / LTFS Format Verifier / )(Storage Systems / Tape Systems / Tape Dev Driver and Software / Tape Diagnostic Tool / ) Almaden Research Project: http://www.almaden.ibm.com/storagesystems/projects/ltfs/ Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTFS © 2013 IBM Corporation
    33. 33. Infos / Find me on: http://sepp4backup.blogspot.de/ https://www.xing.com/profile/Josef_Weingand http://www.linkedin.com/pub/josef-weingand/2/788/300 http://www.facebook.com/josef.weingand https://www.xing.com/net/ibmdataprotection38 © 2013 IBM Corporation
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    35. 35. Disclaimers The performance data contained herein was obtained in a controlled environment based on the use of specific data. Actual results that may be obtained in other operating environments may vary significantly. These values do not constitute a guarantee of performance. Product data is accurate as of initial publication and is subject to change without notice. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without written permission from IBM Corporation. References in this document to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that IBM intends to make these available in all countries in which IBM operates. Any reference to an IBM program product in this document is not intended to state or imply that only IBMs program product may be used. Any functionally equivalent program may be used instead. The information provided in this document has not been submitted to any formal IBM test and is distributed "As Is" basis without any warranty either express or implied. The use of this information or the implementation of any of these techniques is a customer responsibility and depends on the customers ability to evaluate and integrate them into their operating environment. While each item may have been reviewed by IBM for accuracy in a specific situation, there is no guarantee that the same or similar results will be obtained elsewhere. Customers attempting to adapt these techniques to their own environments do so at their own risk. © 2013 IBM Corporation
    36. 36. Trademarks The following terms are trademarks or registered trademarks of the IBM Corporation in either the United States, other countries or both. IBM, S/390, ES/3090, ES/9000, AS/400, RS/6000, MVS/ESA, OS/390, VM/ESA, VSE, TPF, OS/2, OS/400, AIX, DFSMS/MVS, DFSMS/VM, ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager, DFSMSdfp, DFSMSdss, DFSMShsm, DFSMSrmm, FICON, ESCON, Magstar, Seascape Other company, product, and service names mentioned may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Windows NT is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. © 2013 IBM Corporation

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