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1.2 build cloud_fabric_final

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1.2 build cloud_fabric_final

  1. 1. Windows Server 2012 introduces technologies at thestorage layer that can replace traditional SAN• Storage Spaces• SMB 3.0• Scale-Out File ServerWhen leveraged together, these enable highperformance, ease administration and lower cost
  2. 2. • Virtualization of storage withStorage Pools and StorageSpaces• Storage resilience andavailability with commodityhardware• Resiliency and dataredundancy throughn-way mirroring (clustered orunclustered) or parity mode(unclustered)• Utilization optimized throughthin and trim provisioningand enclosure awareness• Integration with otherWindows Server 2012capabilities• Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)and Serial AT Attachment(SATA) interconnectsWindowsVirtualizedStorageWindows Application Server or File ServerPhysical orvirtualizeddeploymentsPhysicalStorage(Shared) SAS or SATAIntegratedwith otherWindowsServer 2012capabilitiesStorage PoolStorage PoolFile ServerAdministration ConsoleHyper-VCluster SharedVolumeFailoverClusteringSMB MultichannelNFS Windows StorageMgmt.NTFS SMB DirectStorage Space Storage Space Storage Space
  3. 3. • Highly available, shareddata store for SQL Serverdatabases and Hyper-Vworkloads• Increased flexibility, andeasier provisioning andmanagement• Ability to take advantageof existing networkinfrastructure• No application downtimefor planned maintenanceor unplanned failures withfailover clustering• Highly available scale-outfile server• Built-in encryption supportFile ServerClusterCluster Shared VolumesSingle File System NamespaceSMBSingle Logical Server FooShareRAIDArrayRAIDArrayRAIDArraySANWindowsVirtualizedStoragePhysicalStorageStorage PoolStorage PoolStorage Space Storage Space Storage SpaceHyper-V ClusterMicrosoftSQL Server
  4. 4. VHD LibrarySoftware DeploymentShareGeneral FileShareUser Home Folder(My Docs)0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Average savings with Data Deduplication by workload typeMaximize capacity by removingduplicate data• 2:1 with file shares, 20:1 with virtualstorage• Less data to back up, archive, andmigrateIncreased scale and performance• Low CPU and memory impact• Configurable compression schedule• Transparent to primary server workloadImproved reliability and integrity• Redundant metadata and critical data• Checksums and integrity checks• Increase availability through redundancyFaster file download times withBranchCacheSource: “Microsoft Internal Testing"
  5. 5. File ClientSMBBufferFile ServerWith RDMAWithout RDMAAppBufferSMBBufferOSBufferDriverBufferSMBBufferOSBufferDriverBufferAppBufferSMBBufferrNICrNIC NIC AdapterBufferNICAdapterBufferAdapterBufferAdapterBufferiWARPInfiniBand• Higher performancethrough offloading ofnetwork I/O processingonto network adapter• High throughput with lowlatency and ability to takeadvantage of high-speednetworks (such asInfiniBand and iWARP)• Remote storage at thespeed of direct storage• Transfer rate of around 50Gbs on a single NIC port• Compatible with SMBMultichannel for loadbalancing and failover
  6. 6. External Intelligent Storage ArrayVirtual Disk Virtual DiskTokenBenefits:• Rapid virtual machine provisioningand migration• Faster transfers on large files• Minimized latency• Maximized array throughput• Less CPU and network use• Performance not limited by networkthroughput or server use• Improved datacenter capacity andscaleOffloaded Data Transfer(ODX)Token-based data transfer betweenintelligent storage arrays
  7. 7. Live migration maintainingFibre Channel connectivityHyper-V host 1 Hyper-V host 2WorldwideName Set BWorldwideName Set AWorldwideName Set ALIVE MIGRATION• Virtualize workloads that requiredirect access to FC storage• Live migration support• N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV)support• Single Hyper-V host connected todifferent SANs• Up to four Virtual Fibre Channeladapters on a virtual machine• Multipath I/O (MPIO) functionalityAccess Fibre Channel SANdata from a virtual machine
  8. 8. Shared Nothing Live Migration
  9. 9. SMI-SProviderArray1GOLD(Pool1)SILVER(Pool2)Array2BRONZE(Pool1)GREEN(Pool2)
  10. 10. Available storagelogical unitsAvailable storagepoolsHost groupsUnassignedStorageAssigned Storage
  11. 11. • Store Hyper-V files in shares over the SMB 3.0 protocol(including VM configuration, VHD files, snapshots)• Works with both standalone and clustered servers(file storage used as cluster shared storage)• Increases flexibility• Eases provisioning, management and migration• Leverages converged network• Reduces CapEx and OpEx• SMB Transparent Failover - Continuous availability• SMB Scale-Out – Active/Active file server clusters• SMB Direct (SMB over RDMA) - Low latency, low CPU use• SMB Multichannel – Network throughput and failover• SMB Encryption - Security• VSS for SMB File Shares - Backup and restore• SMB PowerShell - Manageability
  12. 12. Multiple RDMA NICsMultiple 1GbENICsSingle 10GbERSS-capableNICSMB ServerSMB Client• Bandwidth aggregation withmultiple NICs• Multiple CPUs cores engagedwhen NIC offers Receive SideScaling (RSS)• SMB Multichannel implementsend-to-end failure detection• Leverages NIC teaming (LBFO) ifpresent, but does not require it• SMB detects and uses multiplepathsSMB ServerSMB ClientSMB ServerSMB ClientSample ConfigurationsMultiple 10GbEin LBFO teamSMB ServerSMB Client
  13. 13. Scale-Out File Share
  14. 14. Router Switch Compute Storage Edge DevicesFirewallSecurityLoad BalancerPhysicalNICsRack
  15. 15. Converged Option1Converged Option1+Non-converged Converged Option2
  16. 16. GatewayTenant 1 Tenant 2Physical NetworkINTERNETLogical NetworkLogical Switch
  17. 17. IP POOLS• Assigned to VMs,vNICs, hosts, andvirtual IPs (VIP’s)• Specified use in VMtemplate creation• Checked out at VMcreation—assignsstatic IP in VM• Returned on VMdeletionMAC POOLS VIRTUAL IPPOOLS• Assigned to VMs• Specified use in VMtemplate creation• Checked out at VMcreation—assignedbefore VM boot• Returned on VMdeletion• Assigned to service tiersthat use a load balancer• Reserved within IP Pools• Assigned to clouds• Checked out at servicedeployment• Returned on servicedeletion
  18. 18. Configuring Virtual Networking in VMM
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