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Red Hat Storage Day Dallas - Defiance of the Appliance

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Irshad Raihan, Red Hat

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Red Hat Storage Day Dallas - Defiance of the Appliance

  1. 1. DEFIANCE OF THE APPLIANCE Irshad Raihan Red Hat February 2017
  2. 2. 2 RIP TRADITIONAL ENTERPRISE STORAGE
  3. 3. 3 CHALLENGES WITH TRADITIONAL STORAGE COST CONSOLIDATION SECURITY • Acquisition • Maintenance • Lock in • Privacy • Data Integrity • Compliance • Unstructured Data • Multiple Silos • Cloud
  4. 4. THE ROAD TO SOFTWARE DEFINED STORAGE Development Model Application Architecture Deployment & Packaging Application Infrastructure Storage Waterfall Agile DevOps Monolithic N-tier Microservices Virtual Services Containers Bare Metal Hosted Hybrid Cloud Data Center Scale Out Software-Defined Storage Scale Up
  5. 5. 5 RED HAT – A STORAGE VISIONARY • File, Object, and Block Storage • Across bare metal, virtual machines, private and public clouds • Reference Architectures, Soft bundles, or appliances • Container-native storage • #1 storage for OpenStack • Choice of industry leading OEM partners • Thriving open source communities
  6. 6. 6 STORAGE DEPLOYMENT PHYSICAL VIRTUAL PRIVATE CLOUD CONTAINERS PUBLIC CLOUD
  7. 7. 7 • Contributions from Intel, SanDisk, CERN, and Yahoo • Presenting Ceph Days in cities around the world and quarterly virtual Ceph Developer Summit events • Over 11M downloads in the last 12 months • Increased development velocity, authorship, and discussion has resulted in rapid feature expansion OPEN ECOSYSTEMS 97 AUTHORS/MO 2,453 COMMITS/MO 260 POSTERS/MO 33 AUTHORS/MO 97 COMMITS/MO 138 POSTERS/MO
  8. 8. 8 COMPARING THROUGHPUT AND COSTS AT SCALE STORAGE PERFORMANCE SCALABILITY STORAGE COSTS SCALABILITY Number of Storage Nodes Number of Storage Nodes TotalStorageCosts($) Reads/WritesThroughput(mBps) Software Defined Scale out Storage Traditional Enterprise NAS Storage Traditional Enterprise NAS Storage Software Defined Scale out Storage
  9. 9. 9 TCO COMPARISON For 1PB Usable Capacity Throughput-optimized Solutions 3 Year TCO (incl. support) Throughput Configuration • HDD-only media • Higher CPU-to-media ratio than archive configurations • 2x replication with RHGS • 8:3 Erasure Coding with EMC Isilon X-210 12LFF 12LFF (small) X-410 36LFF 36LFF (medium) Pricing Sources: EMC Isilon: Gartner Competitive Profiles, as of 2/16/16) & Supermicro: Thinkmate, as of 1/13/16)
  10. 10. 10 For large file sequential IO patterns 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 4M-Seq-Reads/disk 4M-Seq-Writes/disk (2x Rep) MBytes/sec/disk Gluster (M) - 2xRep Gluster (S) - 2xRep NEAR LINEAR PERF SCALING RHGS SMALL (12LFF) AND MEDIUM (36LFF) NODES
  11. 11. OneFS Distributed File System FreeBSD Linux Proprietary Server Scale up, multiple storage silos Additional feature licenses and support 11 OPEN MATTERS GlusterFS Distributed File System Red Hat Enterprise Linux Choice of x86 Server Scale out, workload focused All in one subscription VS.
  12. 12. 12 RED HAT GLUSTER STORAGE  Data Services  Erasure Coding  Tiering  Bit-Rot Detection  Snapshots  Quotas  Geo Replication  Protocols  Active/Active NFSv4  SMB3 (protocol negotiation, in-flight encryption, server-side copy)  Management  Device Management  Dashboard  Monitoring  Command and Control  Security & Data Integrity  SSL based in-flight encryption  At-rest encryption using dm-crypt  SELinux Enforcing Mode  Self Healing Half the price for comparable features & greater flexibility
  13. 13. 13 THE SOFTWARE DEFINED STORAGE LITMUS TEST HARDWARE INNOVATION • Can I repurpose existing industry-standard servers as storage servers rather than buy new hardware? • Can I run my storage clusters on a heterogeneous mix of server brands? OPERATING EXPENSES • Can innovations in storage controller software be delivered independently from hardware upgrades? • Am I limited by my vendor’s ability to validate new storage features and hardware advances? • Can I grow my storage cluster in small increments (e.g., by a few servers at a time) or am I limited to the increments defined by the vendor (e.g., quarter, half or full rack)?
  14. 14. 14 SEE FOR YOURSELF red.ht/glustertestdrive red.ht/cephtestdrive redhat.com/summit The Future of Enterprise Storage redhat.com/storage • Success Stories • Blogs • Use Cases • Reference Architectures • Free sign up • Demo, learn, evaluate • Hands-on lab experience • Step by step guided tour • Technical Sessions • 1 : 1 Briefings • Customer Successes • Live Demos

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