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Presentación Data Center Cablevisión Day 2010

  1. 1. Hernan Vukovic Systems Engineer hvukovic@cisco.com CCIE #18273 © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1 Cisco Confidential 2© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 1Presentation_ID.scr
  2. 2. Agenda 1 El mercado y sus necesidades 2 La solucion: Cisco Data Center 3.0 3 Nexus + UCS: Ventajas Cisco Confidential 3 What is a DataCenter ? Cisco Confidential 4© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2Presentation_ID.scr
  3. 3. Today’s Data Centers Servers Silo Architecture APP APP APP APP 15% Utilised Network Excess Appliances FW Appliances Load Balancing Appliances IDS Appliances • Too Many CPU’s • Excess Power SAN Network Switches Storage ―Islands‖ • Excess Appliances 30-40% Utilised • Underutilised Storage Storage Area Network 1 Storage Area Network 2 Storage Area Network 3 • High Cost • Low Efficiency Cisco Confidential 5 Data Center is under increasing pressure Complejidad New Business Operational Pressures Limitations Regulatory Compliance Flexibilidad Control Cisco Confidential 6© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 3Presentation_ID.scr
  4. 4. Drivers for 10GE to the Servers Multi-Core CPU architectures allowing bigger and multiple workloads on the same machine Collaboration Empowered User SLA Metrics Global Availability Reg. Compliance Server virtualizationBusiness need for more bandwidth per New driving the server due to server consolidation Pressures Growing need for network storage driving the demand for higher network bandwidth to the server 10GE LAN on server Motherboards (LoM) beginning mid-2009, Operational with 25-50% adoption rate on blade servers in 15 months Limitations Power & Cooling Asset Utilization Provisioning Security Threats Bus. Continuance 10GE LOMs, Multi-Core CPUs and Server Virtualization driving the adoption of 10GE network connections 7 Presentation_ID © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Cisco Confidential 7 Virtualization Drives Network Bandwidth OS+App OS+App OS+App OS+App OS+App Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor +Memory Server Server Server Server Server 200-500Mb/s 200-500Mb/s 200-500Mb/s 200-500Mb/s 200-500Mb/s Cisco Confidential 8© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 4Presentation_ID.scr
  5. 5. Data Center Virtualization Evolution A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P Servers Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization 70% Utilized Network Virtual Appliances • Immediate Power Network with Virtual Appliances 85% reduction Savings Storage • Service Velocity • Capital Asset Virtual Utilization 70% Utilized Storage Improvement Networks VSAN1 VSAN2 VSAN3 Cisco Confidential 9 Agenda 1 El mercado y sus necesidades 2 La solucion: Cisco Data Center 3.0 3 Nexus + UCS: Ventajas Cisco Confidential 10© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 5Presentation_ID.scr
  6. 6. La evolución de los Data Centers Data Center 1.0 Data Center 2.0 Data Center 3.0 Mainframe Client-Server and Service Oriented and Distributed Computing Web 2.0 Based IT Relevance and Control Centralized Decentralized Virtualized Application Architecture Evolution Cisco Confidential 11 Transition to SP Cloud Services Unified Service Delivery Provides the Foundation for Cloud Services Consolidation Virtualization Automation Utility Market Inter Cloud SP Cloud Services Unified Computing Data Center Virtualization and Unified Fabric Architecture Network and Data Center Consolidation Cisco Confidential 12© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 6Presentation_ID.scr
  7. 7. Cloud Definition Essential IT resources and services that are abstracted from the Characteristics underlying infrastructure and provided ―on-demand‖ and ―at scale‖ in a multi-tenant environment Service Software as a Platform as a Infrastucture as a Models Service (SaaS) Service (PaaS) Service (IaaS) Deployment Models Public Private Hybrid Cisco Confidential 13 Creating Opportunities for Service Providers Overcoming Service Delivery Challenges Enterprise Challenge Reduce complexity, cost and IT touch-points Improve agility/flexibility/responsiveness Enable unencumbered collaboration and globalization Enable a focus on core business vs. IT SMB / Consumer Opportunity Low cost alternative to traditional IT Solutions SP Opportunity Consolidation & virtualization Amortize infrastructure across multiple customers = higher margins More economic efficiencies allowing more compelling services Cisco Confidential 14© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 7Presentation_ID.scr
  8. 8. Cisco’s Cloud Strategy Addressing Our Customers’ Business Challenges Deliver products, solutions & services to organizations to build secure Clouds Enable Service Providers to deliver secure Cloud solutions & services to their customers Advance the market for Cloud by driving technology innovation, open standards and ecosystem development Cisco Confidential 15 Foundational Technologies Enables transition to Cloud ISSU—Non-Stop (Nexus 7000)  Data Center switching Virtual Switching Unified Fabric (Nexus 1000V) (UCS, Nexus, MDS)  Port security  Wire once  VM QoS  Scale/performance  Third party integration Enablers &  Rapid provisioning Differentiators Advanced Memory Unified Computing (UCS) Management (UCS)  Pre-integrated  Supports  Scaling up/down scalable VMs  Single management point Cisco Confidential 16© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 8Presentation_ID.scr
  9. 9. Unified Fabric Increased Efficiency, Simpler Operations Unified Storage LAN Fabric Network Network Unified Fabric Cisco Confidential 17 Converged Network Adapters (CNA) Converged Network Adapters Off-the-shelf NIC and HBA ASICs from QLogic and Emulex, providing Dual Active-Active 10GE and FCoE connection Support for Native Drivers and Stacks to minimize disruption for existing environments Replaces multiple adapters per server, consolidating 10GE and Fibre Channel on a single interface Supports Priority Flow Control and DCBX Cisco Confidential 18© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 9Presentation_ID.scr
  10. 10. Use Case LAN SAN A SAN B LAN SAN A SAN B 8 4 2 2 Nearly twice the Cables 16 Servers Enet FC Total 16 Servers Enet FC Total Adapters 20 20 40 Adapters 20 0 20 Switches 2 2 4 Switches 2 0 2 Cables 40 40 80 Cables 40 0 40 Mgmt Pts 2 2 4 Mgmt Pts 2 0 2 Cisco Confidential 19 Case for a Unified Data Center Fabric Primary Network Unified Fabric Secondary Network Complexity, Universal I/O Cost, Power Ubiquitous Connectivity Cisco Confidential 20© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 10Presentation_ID.scr
  11. 11. Agenda 1 El mercado y sus necesidades 2 La solucion: Cisco Data Center 3.0 3 Nexus + UCS: Ventajas Cisco Confidential 21 Cisco Nexus Data Center Portfolio 15Tb/s 7.5Tb/s 1Tb/s Nexus 7018 520G Performance Nexus 5020 Nexus 7010 Nexus 5010 VM Nexus 2000 Nexus 1000V NX-OS Density Cisco Confidential 22© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 11Presentation_ID.scr
  12. 12. Nexus 7000 Platform Overview Industry’s First Data Center Class Platform Nexus 7000 and NX-OS • 10 & 18 Slot versions • 15+ Terabit System • Unified Fabric Ready Switching Family • Modern, Modular OS • Device Virtualization • Cisco TrustSec • Continuous Operations Supervisor 10G Ethernet 1G Ethernet 10G DCB • 32 Port SFP+ 10G • 48 Port 1G-TX • 32 Port SFP+ 10G • 8 Port X2 10G • 48 Port 1G SFP Linecard Modules Cisco NX-OS Multi-protocol Operating System Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Cisco Confidential 23 OTV – Layer 2 Extension on Nexus 7000  Ethernet traffic between sites is encapsulated in IP: “MAC in IP”  Dynamic encapsulation based on MAC routing table  No Pseudo-Wire or Tunnel state maintained MAC1  MAC2 IP A  IP B MAC1  MAC2 MAC1  MAC2 Encap Decap MAC IF OTV OTV MAC1 Eth1 MAC2 IP B IP A IP B MAC3 IP B Communication between Server 1 MAC1 (site 1) and MAC2 (site 2) Server 2 MAC 1 MAC 2 Cisco Confidential 24© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 12Presentation_ID.scr
  13. 13. Nexus 5000 Family Overview Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender Nexus 5010 Virtual Modular System 20 Fixed Ports 10G/FCoE/IEEE DCB 1G to 10G and FCoE migration Nexus 5020 Line-rate, Non-blocking 10G Single point of management 40 Fixed Ports 10G/FCoE/IEEE DCB 1 Expansion Module Slot Line-rate, Non-blocking 10G Redundant Fans & Power Supplies 2 Expansion Module Slots Redundant Fans & Power Supplies Ethernet Ethernet + Fibre Channel Fibre Channel 8G Fibre Channel 6 Ports 10G/FCoE/IEEE DCB 4 Ports 10G/FCoE/IEEE DCB 8 Ports 1/2/4G Fibre Channel 6 Ports 2/4/8G Fibre Channel 4 Ports 1/2/4G Fibre Channel NX-OS, DCNM, CiscoWorks and Fabric Manager Cisco Confidential 25 http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/flash/dataCenter/nexus5k_tco_calc/cisco.html Cisco Confidential 26© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 13Presentation_ID.scr
  14. 14. Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender Virtual Chassis Nexus 5000 Virtualized chassis Nexus 5000 + Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender = The Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender (FEX) acts as a remote linecard for the Nexus 5000, retaining all centralized management and configuration on the Nexus 5000, transforming it into a Virtualized Chassis Cisco Confidential 27 Cisco Nexus 1000V Server 1 Server 2 Server 3 VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 VMware vSwitch VEM VMware vSwitch Nexus VEM DVS 1000V VMware vSwitch VEM VMW ESX VMW ESX VMW ESX Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM)  Virtual or Physical appliance Virtual Ethernet Module (VEM) running Cisco OS (supports HA)  Enables advanced networking Cisco Nexus 1000V Enables:  Performs management, monitoring, capability on the hypervisor Virtual Center  & configuration Connectivity Policy Based VM Nexus 1000V  Provides each VM with dedicated  Mobility of Network & VMware Tight integration with Security  ―switch port‖ Virtual Center Properties  Collection of VEMs = 1 DVS  Non-Disruptive Operational Model VSM Cisco Confidential 28© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 14Presentation_ID.scr
  15. 15. Cisco Unified Computing System Designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness. Virtualization Optimization  Fine-grained control, portability, and visibility of network, compute, and storage attributes Unified Fabric  More than double the memory capacity of competing systems Fabric Extender Industry Standard Servers  Intel Xeon processor 5500/5600/7500 series Virtualized Adapter  +150% generational performance increase  Intelligent platform for performance and energy efficiency Unified Fabric Scale Out  Wire once, low latency FC and Ethernet  Virtualization aware  Less than half the normal amount of adapters, switches, cables Extended Memory Automated Provisioning  Embedded single point of management and provisioning  Visibility and control across datacenter organizations  Infrastructure policy management and compliance Cisco Confidential 29 UCS Building Blocks UCS Manager Embedded– manages entire system UCS Fabric Interconnect 20 Port 10Gb FCoE 40 Port 10Gb FCoE UCS Fabric Extender Remote line card UCS Blade Server Chassis Flexible bay configurations UCS Blade Server Industry-standard architecture UCS Virtual Adapters Choice of multiple adapters Cisco Confidential 30© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 15Presentation_ID.scr
  16. 16. Compute Options B200 M2 2 Socket Intel 5600, 2 SFF Disk, 12 DIMM Blade B250 M2 2 Socket Intel 5600, 2 SFF Disk, 48 DIMM B440 M1 4 Socket Intel 7500, 4 SFF Disk, 32 DIMM C200 M2 Rack Mount 2 Socket Intel 5600, 4 Disks, 12 DIMM, 2 PCIe 1U C210 M2 2 Socket Intel 5600, 16 Disks, 12 DIMM, 5 PCIe 2U C250 M2 2 Socket Intel 5600, 8 Disks, 48 DIMM, 5 PCIe 2U C460 M1 4 Socket Intel 7500, 12 Disks, 64 DIMM, 10 PCIe 4U Cisco Confidential 31 Cabling Comparison (System in Production) UCS Legacy - HP Cisco Confidential 32© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 16Presentation_ID.scr
  17. 17. Savings With Memory Extension NOTE: DDR3 memory pricing as of 4/10/09 Cisco Confidential 33 Integrated Stateless Computing LAN Attributes no longer tied SAN to physical hardware  Not just identity  Seamless server mobility  Within interconnect domain Server Name: LS-A UUID: 56 4d cd 3f 59 5b 61… Dynamic Provisioning MAC : 08:00:69:02:01:FC WWN: 5080020000075740  Complete infrastructure repurposing Boot Order: SAN, LAN  Integrated with 3rd part tools Chassis-1/Blade-5 Chassis-9/Blade-2 Cisco Confidential 34© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 17Presentation_ID.scr
  18. 18. Beneficios de Negocios Unified Computing System Reduce el costo total de propiedad  CAPEX: Hasta un 20% de reducción  OPEX: Hasta un 30% de reducción  Eficiencia de refrigeración y energía Aumenta la agilidad de negocio  Provisión de aplicaciones en minutos en lugar de días  Automatización que reduce fallas de servicio  Provisión de recursos justo a tiempo Protección de la inversión  Basada en estándares de la industria  Coexiste con la infraestructura del Centro de Datos actual  Apalanca aplicaciones de administración a través de API Cisco Confidential 35 © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36© 2008 , Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 18Presentation_ID.scr

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