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  1. 1. © 2006 IBM Corporation This presentation is intended for the education of IBM and Business Partner sales personnel. It should not be distributed to customers. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Introducing Data Center Networking XTW01 Topic 6
  2. 2. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Learning Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to: > Describe the Data Center Networking environment > Explain the concept of Fibre Channel over Ethernet > List the four major enhancements in Converged Enhanced Ethernet > List the three major types of IBM DCN Products
  3. 3. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Agenda Topics to be covered are: > Evolution of Networking Prior to Data Center Environment > Challenges of Data Center Environment > Fibre Channel over Ethernet > Converged Enhanced Ethernet > IBM DCN Product Overview
  4. 4. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Basic Ethernet Coax Ethernet Media
  5. 5. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Ethernet Bridge / Switch Ethernet Switch Server
  6. 6. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Servers Move to Their Own Room Network Router Larger Disc Storage
  7. 7. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation More Server Growth End of Row (EOR) Switch Top of Rack (TOR) Switch
  8. 8. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Storage Area Networks Fibre Channel Switches SAN Storage
  9. 9. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Redundant Networks
  10. 10. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation User Network Growth HomeOfficeMobile / Remote Office
  11. 11. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation More DevicesMobile Devices User Network Growth
  12. 12. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Data Center Network
  13. 13. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Traditional Server Interfaces IP Data Traffic Ethernet NIC Fibre Channel HBA FC Storage Traffic
  14. 14. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Converged Ethernet IP Data & FC Storage Traffic Converged Network Adapter
  15. 15. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Ethernet FCoE FCP Fibre Channel FCP SCSI Data SCSI Data Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)
  16. 16. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Enhancements to Ethernet >Priority Bases Flow Control  IEEE 802.1Qbb >Enhanced Transmission Selection  IEEE 802.1Qaz >Congestion Notification  IEEE 802.1Qau >Data Center Bridge Capability Exchange  IEEE 802.1Qaz
  17. 17. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Converged Data Center Network
  18. 18. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation 18 DCN Product Web Site For the latest products available and specifications for the IBM DCN products go to: www.ibm.com/systems/networking http://www.ibm.com/systems/networking/hardware/j-type/index.html http://www.ibm.com/systems/networking/hardware/ethernet/b-type/index.html http://www.ibm.com/systems/networking/hardware/ethernet/c- type/nexus/index.html
  19. 19. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation 19 Top of Rack End of Row / Aggregation / Core IBM DCN j-type (Juniper) e-series Ethernet switches J48E J16EJ08E Operational Simplicity Carrier-class Reliability Massive Scale
  20. 20. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation 20 Aggregation / Core / Backbone with IBM DCN j-type (Juniper) m-series routers J02M J11MJ06M Flexible High Availability High Performance Efficient
  21. 21. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation 21 IBM r-series Ethernet SwitchIBM r-series Ethernet Switch IBM m-series Ethernet /IP routersIBM m-series Ethernet /IP routers IBM c-series Ethernet switchesIBM c-series Ethernet switches IBM s-series Ethernet edge/distribution switchIBM s-series Ethernet edge/distribution switch Data Center Aggregation Data Center Core and Border Data Center TOR Server Access Campus Power over Ethernet Converged Edge IBM x-series Ethernet switchIBM x-series Ethernet switch Data Center TOR Server Access, Aggregation IBM g-series Ethernet POE edge switchesIBM g-series Ethernet POE edge switches High performance High density High performance Multi-service Very high density and performance Highest density POE stackable High performance multi-service IP/MPLS Highest density POE chassis 24, 48, 50 port copper and fiber 48-port fixed 48-port stackable 10 GbE/1 GbE dual speed, 24 ports 8-slot 16-slot 4-slot 8-slot 16-slot 32-slot 4-slot 8-slot 16-slot Data Center TOR FCoE Server Access IBM Converged Switch B32IBM Converged Switch B32 High Performance High density 24x 10Gb FCoE & 8x 8 Gbps FC ports IBM DCN Data Center and campus b-type (Brocade) switches
  22. 22. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation 22 5020 5010 2U 56-port Top-of-Rack FCoE Switch 1U 28-port Top-of-Rack FCoE Switch AAS: IBM 3722-S51/-S52 HVEC PN: n/a  Multiprotocol: Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), Fibre Channel, Cisco Data Center Ethernet, Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) and traditional Ethernet  5010 Fixed: Twenty 10 GbCCE ports; one port-module slot  5020 Fixed: Forty 10 GbCCE ports; two port-module slots  Compared to Nexus 5010 switch with 20-CEE & 8 FC ports  Higher performance, port-density, energy-efficiency than Nexus 5010 28-port (20-CEE & 8 FC) switch  Cisco Fabric Manager and FMS management software  Features: – [8x 4Gb FC], [6x 10GbE] or [4x 10GbE+ 4x4 Gb FC] – SFP 4 Gbps, SFP+ 10 Gbps transceivers – Active twin-ax copper cable interconnect Cisco Nexus 4001i Switch Module for IBM BladeCenter announced Oct 20, 2009 Cisco Nexus 5000 Switches
  23. 23. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Summary Having completed this course, you should be able to: > Describe the Data Center Networking environment > Explain the concept of Fibre Channel over Ethernet > List the four major enhancements in Converged Enhanced Ethernet > List the three major types of IBM DCN Products
  24. 24. IBM Systems & Technology Group Education & Sales Enablement © 2010 IBM Corporation Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) Data Center Network (DCN) End of Row (EOR) Fibre Channel (FC) Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) Gigabits per second (Gbps) Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Internet Protocol (IP) Local Area Network (LAN) Glossary of Terms Megabits per second (Mbps) Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Network Interface Card (NIC) Power over Ethernet (PoE) Storage Area Network (SAN) Top of Rack (TOR) Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Voice over IP (VoIP)
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