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NetApp Fas6200 Fas3200 Customer Presentation


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You have an application, you deploy servers to run it and you deploy storage to store the data. You have another application, another set of servers, another set of storage, etc.
Typically these silos are independent of each other, many times there are separate choices made about servers and storage between the different silos. All sorts of defense mechanisms come up such as approved vendor lists (SAN vendors, HIGH END TIER TWO, etc.)
If you wanted to roll out a new application, step number one is to roll out new hardware and get that out, and it would take months to put new things into production.
It was hard to share resources. You had resources that were stranded and resources that weren\'t growing while you\'re running out of resources on an application segue.

Zones of Virtualization
Next came server virtualization. Server virtualization had a compelling value proposition, and a profound implication. The value proposition was a simple: most of my servers are underutilized; if I could run multiple apps on the same server, I could reduce my server footprint, drive up my utilization, save a lot of money. Some examples: British Telecom, went from 3,000 serves down to 100-and-something blades. Citibank, when they had no money to spend, they still rolled out the VMware worldwide and put a petabyte of data storage behind it because the savings to the company were compelling.
Virtualization allowed a decoupling of the application from the hardware. Now applications are mobile. Applications can move from server to server for load balancing, they can move from data center to data center for disaster recovery, they can move into the cloud and back out of the cloud for capacity planning, flexibility, and cost.
Virtualization enabled the ability to decouple applications from servers, build a broad, homogeneous, horizontal server infrastructure that\'s capable of running multiple applications simultaneously.
You no longer have to deploy hardware in order to deploy a new application. You can flow the resources to the demand. You have tremendous flexibility to move your applications around, and you can drive a degree of standardization.
Shared Storage Infrastructure
The same is true of storage. NetApp was early to recognize that this has tremendous implications for storage as well. Just like customers who want to build a broad horizontal infrastructure running multiple applications for servers, they want to do the exact same thing for storage as well.
If you look at the evolution of this chart, we saw the silo model giving way to the virtualization model. This broader model of basically having applications, many applications running on the same infrastructure, that’s optimized for flexibility and speed and scale, is a will-call to shared infrastructure. There are other names: virtual data center, dynamic data center, virtual dynamic data center, internal cloud, whatever you want to call it. We’ll use shared infrastructure
Now, all of these models I think will all exist, but the bottom line is that the application-based silos are ultimately going to get relegated to legacy applications that nobody wants to migrate or to the small set of key applications in the data center that people believe still warrant their own dedicated infrastructure. The vast majority of the storage and the vast majority of the applications are going to move to the shared infrastructure over time.

Our goal, and where we’re trying to go in the market, is to be the platform choice for the shared infrastructure. That is the design point on Data ONTAP 8.
This has implications. Just like when virtualization came along, that had implications for the market, and it drew a whole different set of purchasing criteria.

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NetApp Fas6200 Fas3200 Customer Presentation

  1. 1. FAS6200, V6200,FAS3200, and V3200 Customer Presentation<br />Michael Hudak<br />NetApp Sales Specialist<br />Champion Solutions Group<br /><br />800-771-7000 x344<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Moving Toward a Shared IT Infrastructure <br />ExternalCloud Services<br />Application-Based Silos<br />Zones ofVirtualization<br />Internal Cloud<br />Management<br />Apps<br />Servers<br />Network<br />Storage<br />Flexible and Efficient Shared IT Infrastructure<br />Traditional Approach<br />Support Multiple Workloads and Customer Groups from a Single IT Infrastructure<br />
  3. 3. New Innovations Deliver Even Greater Value<br /><ul><li>Providing new levels of scalabilitywith 6 new systems
  4. 4. Enhancing the world’s best unified platform
  5. 5. Adding a new weapon in the storage efficiency arsenal
  6. 6. Delivering performance at half the cost
  7. 7. Expanding management toolset for shared infrastructure</li></ul>3<br />
  8. 8. 2,880TB<br />1,440 Drives<br />8TB Flash Cache<br />2,880TB<br />1,440 Drives<br />6TB Flash Cache<br />2,400TB<br />1,200 Drives<br />3TB Flash Cache<br />1,920TB<br />960 Drives<br />2TB Flash Cache<br />1,200TB<br />600 Drives<br />1TB Flash Cache<br />480TB<br />240 Drives512GB Flash Cache<br />272TB<br />136 Drives<br />68TB<br />68 Drives<br />4<br />Industry’s Best Storage Platformfor Future-Ready IT<br />Truly unified<br />Most efficient<br />Extremely flexible<br />FAS/V6280<br />FAS/V6240<br />FAS/V6210<br />FAS/V3270<br />FAS/V3240<br />FAS/V3210<br />FAS2040<br />FAS2020<br />New NetApp® Portfolio<br />
  9. 9. 5<br />V-Series Open Storage ControllersNew V6200 and V3200 Models<br />V-Series builds on your current storage<br />investment to satisfy unmet needs<br />V62802,880TB<br />V62402,880TB<br />V62102,400TB<br />V32701,920TB<br />V3240<br />1,200TB<br />V3210<br />480TB<br />Supporting Disk Arrays from Major Storage Vendors<br />
  10. 10. Industry-Leading Systems Portfolio:Truly Unified<br /> Protocols<br />Broad System Portfolio <br />FC<br />FCoE<br />iSCSI<br />NFS<br />CIFS<br />Cost/Performance<br /> Unified Management<br />Flash Cache<br /><ul><li>Same tools and processes:learn once, run everywhere
  11. 11. Integrated data management
  12. 12. Integrated data protection</li></ul>SSD<br />FlexCache®<br />One Architecture for Many Workloads<br />6<br />
  13. 13. Industry-Leading IT Efficiency<br /> Storage Efficiency<br /> Operational Efficiency<br />Data Growth<br /><ul><li>Application integration
  14. 14. Storage management automation
  15. 15. Integrated data protection
  16. 16. Service automation</li></ul>SATA/Flash Cache<br />RAID-DP®<br />$<br />Thin Provisioning<br />Snapshot™ Technology<br />Deduplication <br />Thin Replication<br />Virtual Copies<br />TB<br />Enables You to Do More with Less $<br />7<br />
  17. 17. 8<br />Increased Flexibility to Accelerate Business<br />What’s New<br />More performance: Meet your future needs<br />Outstanding scalability: Add more modules and shelf capacity<br />Latest storage technology: Reduce power, space, cooling<br />Advanced software product included with new systemsat no additional cost<br />What You Already Loved<br />What you already loved<br /><ul><li>Best unified storage technology
  18. 18. Integrated data protection
  19. 19. Best integration with virtualization technology
  20. 20. Ease of management for IT</li></ul>Enables Businesses to Go Faster<br />
  21. 21. New FAS6200 and V6200 FamilyDesigned for Large-Scale Shared IT Infrastructure<br />9<br />FAS6280<br />FAS6240<br />FAS6210<br />High performance for demanding workloads<br />Double the performance of current FAS systems<br />Ongoing performance gains with Data ONTAP® 8<br />Future-ready scalability and flexibility<br />Up to 3PB capacity, plus 2x more PCIe connectivity<br />Built-in 10Gb Ethernet, 8Gb FC, and 6Gb SAS<br />Enhanced enterprise-class availability<br />Service processor and alternate control path (ACP)<br />
  22. 22. FAS6200 System Positions<br />Target Applications and Customers<br />FAS6280<br />Cloud Computing Platform<br /><ul><li>Large shared workloads
  23. 23. Demanding performance and capacity requirements
  24. 24. Virtualization and tech apps
  25. 25. Suitable for large enterprises and cloud service providers</li></ul>FAS6240<br />Enterprise Workload Consolidation Platform<br />FAS6210<br />Virtualization Platform<br />10<br />
  26. 26. New FAS6200 Family Key Specs<br />11<br />2010<br />
  27. 27. Designed-In Enterprise-Class HA<br />Proven data availability of NetApp® storage infrastructure<br />Better than five nines availability<br />Demonstrated broadly in real customer environments<br />Validated by industry analyst firm<br />New enterprise-class availability features<br />Lights-out management with new service processor<br />Nondisruptive recovery through storage alternate control path (ACP)<br />Continuous data availability for mission-critical applications<br />MetroCluster™ designed for zero planned and unplanned downtime<br />12<br />
  28. 28. New FAS3200 and V3200 FamilyPerfect Building Block for Shared IT Infrastructure<br />The best value for mixed workloads<br />Future-ready flexibility and scalability<br />50% more PCIe connectivity<br />Up to 2PB of storage capacity<br />Unified architecture + Data ONTAP® 8 = leading storage efficiency<br />13<br />FAS3270<br />FAS3240<br />FAS3210<br />
  29. 29. FAS3200 System Positions<br />Target Applications and Customers<br />FAS3270<br />Storage consolidations, <br />server virtualization<br /><ul><li>Business and virtualization applications
  30. 30. Storage consolidations and server virtualization
  31. 31. Windows® storage consolidation
  32. 32. Suitable for both enterprise and MSE customers</li></ul>FAS3240<br />Mixed workload with the<br />best price/performance<br />FAS3210<br />Target MSE and Windows storage <br />consolidation<br />14<br />14<br />
  33. 33. New FAS3200 Family Key Specs<br />15<br />2010<br />
  34. 34. Key Software EnhancementsMore Value, Easier to Configure <br />Current Platforms<br />(A-la-Carte Structure)<br />New Platforms<br />(Simplified Structure)<br />Included Software:<br /><ul><li>iSCSI Protocol
  35. 35. System Management, Data Protection, Storage Efficiency, Performance Optimization</li></ul>More Value Now Standard<br /><ul><li>Add OnCommand™ Management Software
  36. 36. Add Continuous Availability
  37. 37. Add Secure Multi-Tenancy</li></ul>SnapRestore<br />SnapMirror<br />FlexClone<br />Extended Value Software:<br />30+ A-la-Carte Software Products<br />Complete Bundle<br />SnapVault®<br />Enhanced Flexibility<br /><ul><li>Now choose the included protocol (iSCSI, FCP, NFS, CIFS) </li></ul>SnapManager Suite<br />+ Optional Protocols<br /><ul><li>More Protocols
  38. 38. SnapRestore®
  39. 39. SnapMirror®
  40. 40. FlexClone®
  41. 41. MultiStore®
  42. 42. MetroCluster™
  43. 43. SnapDrive®
  44. 44. Operations Manager
  45. 45. Protection Manager
  46. 46. Provisioning Manager
  47. 47. SnapManager® for VI
  48. 48. SnapManager for Exchange
  49. 49. SnapManager for SharePoint®
  50. 50. SnapManager for SAP®
  51. 51. SnapManager for Oracle®
  52. 52. SnapManager for SQL Server®
  53. 53. More </li></ul>Simpler to Configure<br />6 key products + protocols<br />16<br />
  54. 54. Best Value with the New Software StructureFoundation for Building Flexible Customer Solutions<br />Data ONTAP® Essentials<br />Included with FAS3200 and FAS6200 controllersat no additional costs:<br />Protocols:More flexibility with choice of one protocol at $0 charge. Additional protocols now all at same price.<br />Key technologiesincluded:<br /><ul><li>Performance optimization: FlexCache®, FlexShare®
  55. 55. Storage efficiency: Deduplication, thin provisioning, compression, Snapshot™, RAID-DP®
  56. 56. Core management: System Manager, Operations Manager, Provisioning Manager, Protection Manager
  57. 57. High availability: RAID-DP, Snapshot, DSM/MPIO, SyncMirror®, OSSV, MetroCluster™
  58. 58. Secure multi-tenancy: MultiStore®</li></ul>17<br />
  59. 59. Key Takeaway<br />New systems offer greater performance, capacity, and expandability<br />Continuing the unified storage architecture, new systems leverage Data ONTAP® 8<br />Simplified software structure delivers even more value<br />18<br />
  60. 60. Thank You<br />19<br /> <br />© Copyright 2010 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. NetApp, the NetApp logo, Go further, faster, Data ONTAP, FlexCache, FlexClone, FlexShare, MetroCluster, MultiStore, OnCommand, RAID-DP, SnapDrive, SnapManager, SnapMirror, SnapRestore, Snapshot, SnapVault, and SyncMirror are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. SharePoint, SQL Server, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. SAP is a registered trademark of SAP AG. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.<br />