vCloud Director on                   NetApp                   Building Your Beanstalk Into the                   CloudsNet...
Agenda         The Clouds: The vCloud         Director Cloud Suite         The Castle: Storage in         vCD         The ...
Once Upon a Time…. Practical understanding of vCloud Director Insight into storage consumption and  storage practices in...
The Clouds: The vCloud Director Suite                                        4
vCloud Suite Overview Management                        Cloud Infrastructure                       Extensibility          ...
vCD: A Software-Defined Datacenter                   Software Defined Datacenter Management                        Cloud I...
vCD – Hierarchy of ResourceManagement            Provider vDC            Organization              OrgVDC               vA...
Provider vDC Overview Collects and abstracts vSphere resources Uses resource pools and datastores Subdivides resources ...
Provider vDC Storage Profiles Storage Profiles presented from vCenter Used to specify specific types of storage vCD use...
Organization and OrgVDC   Subdivision of PvDC resources   Divided into three allocation models                          ...
vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management                                      Provider vDC     Happy Clouds Incorporated    ...
vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management     Happy Clouds Incorporated        Organization                                  ...
vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management                                      OrgVDC     Happy Clouds Incorporated          ...
vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management     Happy Clouds Incorporated            OrgVDC                                    ...
OrgVDC Allocation Models Reservation Pools Allocation Pool Pay-As-You-Go                            15
Allocation Models                      Production workloads Reservation Pools   where virtual-machine level              ...
Allocation Models                      Per Project Hosting Reservation Pools                      Seasonal applications: ...
Allocation Models Reservation Pools                      Catalog template storage                      Temporary/transien...
Allocation Models Reservation Pools    Elastic Virtual Datacenter                         − Multiple Resource Pools     ...
vApps and VMs Houses VMs Self-Contained Easily Redeployed Cloneable Lease time                      20
The Castle: Storage in vCD                             21
vCloud Director Storage Implications                     Software Defined Storage                     VMware vCloud Direct...
Storage Profiles                     Software Defined Storage                     VMware vCloud Director 5.1              ...
Profile Driven Storage Functionality Leveraged to create classes  of storage in vCenter Profiles consumed by  vCloud Dir...
VMware Aware Storage API (VASA)                 NetApp VASA Overview            1. LUN/Volume Capabilities?  VMware  vCent...
Storage DRS in vCD                    Software Defined Storage                    VMware vCloud Director 5.1              ...
Storage DRS Used to load balance storage usage for vCloud  environments SRM does not support Storage vMotion /  Storage ...
Storage DRS Constraints and CautionsNetApp         NetApp                MigrationProduct        Recommendations       Rec...
The Golden Egg:NetApp Integrationswith vCD                      29
NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration                                   Cloud Management & Orchestration                     ...
Clustered Data ONTAP and vCD                              Unified           Storage                            Architectur...
vCD and NetApp Storage Efficiency Thin Provisioning  – Hardware vs.    Software Deduplication Fast Provisioning  – VAAI...
VAAI Integration and vCDFull Copy Offload                     vStorage APIs What: 10x faster VM             for Array Int...
Full Copy – Without VAAI               ESX Cluster                                  VM      VM         VM                 ...
Full Copy – With VAAI for SAN      ESX Cluster                         VM      VM      VM                    DatastoreCopy...
NFS Full Copy Cloning – with VAAI                   ESX ServerCopyOffload                       VAAI NAS Plugin(Src_file,D...
NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration                                   Cloud Management & Orchestration                     ...
NetApp VSC with vCD             vCloud Director 5.1 vCloud                                                           Manag...
Are You in the Band?      Virtual Storage Console vCloud Roadmap Use any orchestrator or automation tool                 ...
NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration                                   Cloud Management & Orchestration                     ...
Snap Creator for the Cloud Snap Creator is a framework  – Focus on backup functions                     vCD  – Offers res...
NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration                                   Cloud Management & Orchestration                     ...
OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA)Delivering Automation and Flexibility Automate manual processes Enable storage expert...
Key Aspects of Workflow Automation Define your storage layout and needs Design your resource selection criteria Integra...
Easy-to-Use Storage Operator Portal                      Simple, easy to use,                       and easy to execute  ...
The Story:NetApp Integrationswith vCD                      46
WFA with vCD on NetApp                         47
Snap Creator: Protecting Your vApps                                      48
And They Lived Happily Ever After… Practical understanding of vCloud Director Insight into storage consumption and  stor...
Resources Web:  – http://www.netapp.com Contact:  – Jack McLeod      mcleod@netapp.com      http://www.mccloudoncloud....
© 2012 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced withoutprior written consent of Ne...
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Enterprises are asking their architects and integrators to find the most robust, cost-effective, scalable, easy-to-manage infrastructure for their vCloud environments. NetApp integrations with VMware vCloud Director make efficiency, data agility and integrated data protection a native part of vCloud environments. This session will show how integrations with vCloud Director make provisioning and cloning, session orchestration and automation, resource creation and management easier and smarter on NetApp storage.

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  • In 1842 Henry Cole published a series of short stories called The Home Treasury.In the collection was a story about a boy who found magic beans that allowed him to journey to a castle in the clouds and then find a goose that laid a golden egg. This goose eventually allowed him to lead a life of luxury. Just like that boy, my name is Jack, and I’m here to show you how to build your beanstalk into the clouds with NetApp and vCloud director.With the introduction of vCloud Director 5.1 a host of new questions have poppped up. I’m here to give you an overview of vcloud director and how it relates to storage and hopefully answer some of those questions for you that deal with how vCloud director and NetApp integrate.What will be coveredPractical understanding of vCloud Director Insight into storage consumption and storage practices in a vCloud solutionUnderstand NetApp integration points with vCloud Director
  • A vApp is a container for a VM or multiple VM’s. Inside the vApp separate networking and storage can be used to house the VMs living there. vApps are the base container level of vCD as well as the base resource distribution level. vApp’s can be cloned, made into templates, and redeployed over and over again. Also, an expiration date can be set on vApps. If a vApp is only needed for a specific period of time, this can be set and the vApp will then expire. At that point its resources it has consumed are given back to the OrgVDC that it lives in.
  • Much like a castle is the foundation upon which many fairy tale stories are built upon, storage is the foundation upon which successful cloud deployments are built. A solid understanding of how storage is used in vCloud director is needed to understand the integration points we will discuss later.I’m going to cover how vCloud Director uses storage as a resource. I will cover how this resource is consumed and moved around. In doing so I will give you an understanding of overall resource consumption in vCloud Director.
  • Deduplication: Moving data [i.e. vmdk's] between volumes will “un-dedupe” that data being moved, and you will have to re-run the original deduplication scan on that new volume in order to re-coop those savings after the move.  While this is not the end of the world, it is a nuissance, and you should be aware of it as a caveat to StorageDRS, or generally moving VMDK’s between datastores.Thin Provisioning.  Nothing really “breaks” with thin provisioning, but you’re allowing an outside construct to control placement of data on what it “thinks” is a 1TB volume that you’ve thinly provisioned, when in actuality there is only 100GB truly available to write to.  What happens when Storage DRS moves something there?   I think most of you know what happens when a thin provisioned LUN exceeds it’s available space.Side note: This is another brilliant feature of NetApp that often goes unnoticed, or untalked about. We have certains settings you can turn on that Autogrow both Volumes as well as the LUNs inside them.Snapshots.  When we snapshot volumes, or the data inside, we store the initial tier of snaps within that same volume.  What happens when you [or some outside construct] begin to move the items inside the volume to another volume?  Those snaps (i.e. Your Backups) become invalid.Overall Statement: Using SDRS ultimately requires a lot of management oversight which complicates an environment.
  • When Jack got his first golden egg, life became much easier for him. NetApp’s golden eggs are our integration points with vCD, each designed to make an administrators life easier.
  • Accelerated Performance: Intelligent Caching, FlashPools, FlashAccel all increase performance in vCloud DirectorSnapshots: Backup and recovery is key and NetApp Snapshot technologies will form the basis for our backup and recovery offering for vCDUnified Architecture: One storage OS across all our FAS Platforms combined with ease of addition and subtraction from a cluster make this a time and money saving feature.Storage Efficiency: Thin Provisioning, Deduplication, and FlexClones provide the same benefit with vCD as they do with vSphere. vStorage APIs for Array Integration (VAA)I: Offloading of important processes from vCenter to the storage makes for increased performance.Continuous Operations: with clustered ontap a cloud environment will stay up even in the event of a hardware failure. The ability to move volumes / datastore between clusters while keeping the same IP addressing and accessibility makes the pain of maintenance a thing of the past.
  • vStorageAPIs for Array Integration A set of APIs and commands to offload certain functions to the storage array to : Increase scalability and performance Free server and network resources VAAI is a joint development between VMware and NetAppIn vCloud Director a “linked clone” like functionality called fast provisioning exists.  Its designed for rapid, space efficient provisioning.  Copy offload makes like much easier in that it offloads the cloning to the storage controller and uses FlexClones instead of fast provisioning.One other really cool aspect from VAAI Copy Offload is the ability to offload the vApp Snapshot found in vCloud Director 5.1.  Instead of using a vSphere Snapshot, this functionality is offloaded to the NetApp controller and a NetApp Snapshot is taken.  There are immediate advantages to this offload.  First, the NetApp Snapshot is extremely space efficient.  The NetApp Snapshot is faster as well.  Finally, this SnapShot is treated just like a standard NetApp Snapshot and integrates with NetApp SnapMirror and SnapVault.  Essentially, it behaves and is treated like (and is) a NetApp Snapshot but vCloud Director thinks of it as one of its own Snapshots.
  • Current VM cloning and migrations require data to be copied within ESX/ESXi host Copy process consumes host CPU and network bandwidth
  • With API VM cloning and migrations are instruction sets from ESX/ESXi hosts Copy process occurs on arrayCopy process is offloaded from host and networkGo to Organization vDC >Properties > Storage tab. In the following window, click the Storage tab. Ensure “Enable Fast Provisioning” is unchecked.Requirements:SAN 7-Mode: vSphere 4.1, Data ONTAP 8.0.1; require version 8.1.0 for improved performance (cloning); Data ONTAP 8.0.1 uses full copy.SAN Cluster-Mode: currently not available.
  • Go to Organization vDC >Properties > Storage tab. In the following window, click the Storage tab. Check “Enable Fast Provisioning”.You will also need to install the NetApp NFS VIB on each ESX host. This functionality is automated inside of vCenterRequirements:NFS 7-Mode: vSphere 5, Data ONTAP 8.1.1; require vCloud Director 5.1 and vSphere 5.1 for Fast Provisioning (Linked Clone) Copy-Offload.NFS Cluster-Mode: vSphere 5, Data ONTAP 8.1.0; require vCloud Director 5.1 and vSphere 5.1 for Fast Provisioning (Linked Clone) Copy-Offload.
  • Not one-size-fits-one but one-size-fits-allIdentify Organization, vDCs and/or vAppsEnd-to-end mapping of vCD objects to vSphere objectsSave datastore and VM objects and create mapping to NetApp volumes for SnapshotsCreate NetApp SnapshotsRestore vApps back into OrgvDC’sIntegrated with SnapMirror. SnapMirror integrated with SRM with Netapp SRA. SRM now supports vCD. We have a happy world for DR for vCD.
  • Goal of slide: Overview of the OnCommand Workflow Automation operator portalKey points:A simple portal for operators to execute workflow; little training is required.Workflows are organized by categories.Workflows prompt for required input parameters when executed.Execute workflows immediately or schedule for later.
  • VMware PEX Boot Camp - Reaching the Clouds with NetApp Integrations with VMware vCloud Director

    1. 1. vCloud Director on NetApp Building Your Beanstalk Into the CloudsNetApp Confidential - Internal Use Only 1
    2. 2. Agenda The Clouds: The vCloud Director Cloud Suite The Castle: Storage in vCD The Golden Egg: NetApp Integrations with vCD The Story: Demo vCloud Director on NetApp 2
    3. 3. Once Upon a Time…. Practical understanding of vCloud Director Insight into storage consumption and storage practices in a vCloud solution Understand NetApp integration points with vCloud Director 3
    4. 4. The Clouds: The vCloud Director Suite 4
    5. 5. vCloud Suite Overview Management Cloud Infrastructure Extensibility VMware vCloud Director 5.1 VMware vCloud APIs VMware vCenter Software Defined Software Defined Operations Networking and Security Storage and AvailabilityManagement Suite VMware vCloud VMware vCenter VMware vCloud Networking and Security Site Recovery Manager Connector VMware vFabric Application VMware vCenter Director Virtualization Orchestrator VMware vSphere 5.1 Physical Infrastructure (Server, Storage, Network) 5
    6. 6. vCD: A Software-Defined Datacenter Software Defined Datacenter Management Cloud Infrastructure Extensibility VMware vCloud Director 5.1 VMware vCloud APIs VMware vCenter Software Defined Software Defined Operations Networking and Security Storage and AvailabilityManagement Suite VMware vCloud VMware vCenter VMware vCloud Networking and Security Site Recovery Manager Connector VMware vFabric Application VMware vCenter Director Virtualization Orchestrator VMware vSphere 5.1 Physical Infrastructure (Server, Storage, Network) 6
    7. 7. vCD – Hierarchy of ResourceManagement Provider vDC Organization OrgVDC vApp VM 7
    8. 8. Provider vDC Overview Collects and abstracts vSphere resources Uses resource pools and datastores Subdivides resources into organizations 8
    9. 9. Provider vDC Storage Profiles Storage Profiles presented from vCenter Used to specify specific types of storage vCD uses datastores from storage profiles 9
    10. 10. Organization and OrgVDC  Subdivision of PvDC resources  Divided into three allocation models 10
    11. 11. vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management Provider vDC Happy Clouds Incorporated 400GHz CPU 396GB RAM 4 Storage Profiles Rainpole Nuesoft • Gold • Silver • BronzeFinance HR Test Dev • Platinum 1
    12. 12. vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management Happy Clouds Incorporated Organization Nuesoft • 150GHz CPU • 200GB RAM Rainpole Nuesoft • 2 Storage Profiles • SilverFinance HR Test Dev • Bronze 12
    13. 13. vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management OrgVDC Happy Clouds Incorporated Dev • 75GHz CPU • 125GB RAM Rainpole Nuesoft • 2 Storage Profiles • SilverFinance HR Test Dev • Bronze • 25% Guarantee 13
    14. 14. vCD – Hierarchy of Resource Management Happy Clouds Incorporated OrgVDC vApp2 • 25GHz CPU • 50GB RAM Rainpole Nuesoft • 1 Datastores • BronzeFinance HR Test Dev vApp vApp 1 2 14
    15. 15. OrgVDC Allocation Models Reservation Pools Allocation Pool Pay-As-You-Go 15
    16. 16. Allocation Models Production workloads Reservation Pools where virtual-machine level control is needed “Dedicated” resources Allocation Pool Easily budgeted billing required Pay-As-You-Go 16
    17. 17. Allocation Models Per Project Hosting Reservation Pools Seasonal applications: end-of-week, end-of- month, financial systems Allocation Pool Minimum guarantees of performance Pay-As-You-Go 17
    18. 18. Allocation Models Reservation Pools Catalog template storage Temporary/transient needs Allocation Pool Low-cost, low performance workloads Pay-As-You-Go 18
    19. 19. Allocation Models Reservation Pools  Elastic Virtual Datacenter − Multiple Resource Pools − Automatic Growth Allocation Pool − Intelligent placement methods Pay-As-You-Go  Recommendations? 19
    20. 20. vApps and VMs Houses VMs Self-Contained Easily Redeployed Cloneable Lease time 20
    21. 21. The Castle: Storage in vCD 21
    22. 22. vCloud Director Storage Implications Software Defined Storage VMware vCloud Director 5.1 VMware vSphere 5.1 Storage Storage DRS Profiles NetApp Data ONTAP™ 22
    23. 23. Storage Profiles Software Defined Storage VMware vCloud Director 5.1 VMware vSphere 5.1 Storage Storage DRS Profiles NetApp Data ONTAP™ 23
    24. 24. Profile Driven Storage Functionality Leveraged to create classes of storage in vCenter Profiles consumed by vCloud Director 5.1 How are they defined − System Defined − User Defined 24
    25. 25. VMware Aware Storage API (VASA) NetApp VASA Overview 1. LUN/Volume Capabilities? VMware vCenter VASA Provider Server 3. RAID-DP, SSD 25
    26. 26. Storage DRS in vCD Software Defined Storage VMware vCloud Director 5.1 VMware vSphere 5.1 Storage Storage DRS Profiles NetApp Data ONTAP™ 26
    27. 27. Storage DRS Used to load balance storage usage for vCloud environments SRM does not support Storage vMotion / Storage DRS vCloud Director does support Storage DRS in 5.1 27
    28. 28. Storage DRS Constraints and CautionsNetApp NetApp MigrationProduct Recommendations RecommendationsSnapMirror Supported Manual: I/O and SpaceSnapShots Moves invalidate Manual: I/O and Space SnapshotsDeduplication During move VMs Manual: I/O and Space RehydratedThin Ensure datastores Fully Automated:Provisioning have I/O and Space enough actual spaceFlexClones Supported Fully Automated: I/O and Space 28
    29. 29. The Golden Egg:NetApp Integrationswith vCD 29
    30. 30. NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration Cloud Management & Orchestration NetApp On Command Insight vCenter Operations Management Suite NetApp On Command Balance VMware vCloud Automation Center NetApp Power Shell VMware vCenter Orchestrator NetApp Workflow Automation Clustered Data ONTAP Cloud Infrastructure NetApp VSC VMware vCloud Director VAAI VMware vCloud Connector NetApp Snap Creator VMware vCloud vServer with Full Stack Multi-tenancy Networking and Security VMware vCenter Storage Replicator Adapter for Site Recovery Manager NetApp SnapMirror NetApp Virtual Storage Console VMware vSphere VAAI NetApp Snap Creator 30
    31. 31. Clustered Data ONTAP and vCD Unified Storage Architecture EfficiencyVAAI Snapshots VMware vCloud Director Accelerated Continuous Performance Operations 31
    32. 32. vCD and NetApp Storage Efficiency Thin Provisioning – Hardware vs. Software Deduplication Fast Provisioning – VAAI Clone Offload 32
    33. 33. VAAI Integration and vCDFull Copy Offload vStorage APIs What: 10x faster VM for Array Integration deployment, clone, snapshot, and Storage VMotion VMware vSphere How: Leveraging array ability to mass copy, snapshot, and move blocks via SCSI API commands Why: Replaces Fast Provisioning with FlexClones 33
    34. 34. Full Copy – Without VAAI ESX Cluster VM VM VM DatastoreSCSI CMDsover I/O I/OFC, FCoE, iSCSI VM VM VM Flexible Volume NetApp FAS Array 34
    35. 35. Full Copy – With VAAI for SAN ESX Cluster VM VM VM DatastoreCopy Instructions VM VM VM Flexible Volume NetApp FAS Array 35
    36. 36. NFS Full Copy Cloning – with VAAI ESX ServerCopyOffload VAAI NAS Plugin(Src_file,Dest_file, size) Copy Offload NFS Datastore (Src file, Dest_file, size) Saves Network Bandwidth & ESX CPU by offloading Copy Done! 1100 1100 0110 0110 1101 1101 FlexVol® NetApp FAS System 36
    37. 37. NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration Cloud Management & Orchestration NetApp On Command Insight vCenter Operations Management Suite NetApp On Command Balance VMware vCloud Automation Center NetApp Power Shell VMware vCenter Orchestrator NetApp Workflow Automation Clustered Data ONTAP Cloud Infrastructure NetApp VSC VMware vCloud Director VAAI VMware vCloud Connector NetApp Snap Creator VMware vCloud vServer with Full Stack Multi-tenancy Networking and Security VMware vCenter Storage Replicator Adapter for Site Recovery Manager NetApp SnapMirror NetApp Virtual Storage Console VMware vSphere NetApp Virtual Storage Console VAAI NetApp Snap Creator 37
    38. 38. NetApp VSC with vCD vCloud Director 5.1 vCloud Manage storage plug-in VMware ESX Auto-configure plug-in VMware vCenter Server VMware vCenter Server vCompute vNetwork Provisioning plug-in Backup & Restore plug-in vStorage V2P monitoring plug-in VSC API’s for vCDSoftware Defined Datacenter 38
    39. 39. Are You in the Band? Virtual Storage Console vCloud Roadmap Use any orchestrator or automation tool = shipping Build custom and powerful workflows = committed = planned = planning Yesterday Today 1H CY’13 2H CY’13 VSC 4.0 (Duran VSC 4.1 (Eagles) VSC Foreigner VSC Genesis Duran)  vCloud vApp  vCloud backup  vCloud datastore  vSphere datastore provisioning and and recovery provisioning provisioning cloning  vSphere backup  vSphere VM and recovery cloning 39
    40. 40. NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration Cloud Management & Orchestration NetApp On Command Insight vCenter Operations Management Suite NetApp On Command Balance VMware vCloud Automation Center NetApp Power Shell VMware vCenter Orchestrator NetApp Workflow Automation Clustered Data ONTAP Cloud Infrastructure NetApp VSC API VMware vCloud Director VMware vCloud Connector NetApp Snap Creator VAAI NetApp Snap Creator VMware vCloud vServer with Full Stack Multi-tenancy Networking and Security VMware vCenter Storage Replicator Adapter for Site Recovery Manager NetApp SnapMirror NetApp Virtual Storage Console VMware vSphere VAAI NetApp Snap Creator 40
    41. 41. Snap Creator for the Cloud Snap Creator is a framework – Focus on backup functions vCD – Offers restore, cloning, & mount vSphere functionality Transforming for the cloud – Tiering of multiple configurations Backup Admin NetApp – Provides VMware vCloud® capabilities for XaaS NetApp – Protects applications inside vCD Snapshots 41
    42. 42. NetApp and VMware vCD Intergration Cloud Management & Orchestration NetApp On Command Insight vCenter Operations Management Suite NetApp On Command Balance VMware vCloud Automation Center NetApp Power Shell VMware vCenter Orchestrator NetApp Workflow Automation Clustered Data ONTAP Cloud Infrastructure NetApp VSC VMware vCloud Director VAAI VMware vCloud Connector NetApp Snap Creator VMware vCloud vServer with Full Stack Multi-tenancy Networking and Security VMware vCenter Storage Replicator Adapter for Site Recovery Manager NetApp SnapMirror NetApp Virtual Storage Console VMware vSphere VAAI NetApp Snap Creator 42
    43. 43. OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA)Delivering Automation and Flexibility Automate manual processes Enable storage experts to define and adjust processes Allow customized resource selection and integration with other IT systems Flexible execution of storage processes based on customer needs Integrates with other OnCommand® products to improve resource selection and automation 4
    44. 44. Key Aspects of Workflow Automation Define your storage layout and needs Design your resource selection criteria Integrate your process into the overall delivery of storage Accelerate your storage provisioning 4
    45. 45. Easy-to-Use Storage Operator Portal  Simple, easy to use, and easy to execute workflows  Organized by categories  Execute immediately or scheduled  Authorize Access to Workflows 4
    46. 46. The Story:NetApp Integrationswith vCD 46
    47. 47. WFA with vCD on NetApp 47
    48. 48. Snap Creator: Protecting Your vApps 48
    49. 49. And They Lived Happily Ever After… Practical understanding of vCloud Director Insight into storage consumption and storage practices in a vCloud solution Understand NetApp integration points with vCloud Director 49
    50. 50. Resources Web: – http://www.netapp.com Contact: – Jack McLeod  mcleod@netapp.com  http://www.mccloudoncloud.com  Twitter @mccloudoncloud 50
    51. 51. © 2012 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced withoutprior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice.NetApp, the NetApp logo, and Go further, faster, are trademarks or registered trademarks ofNetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. All other brands or products aretrademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.

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