SAN PRESENTATION<br />Your data uptime is our business<br />Author: PHAM HONG PHUOC<br />
TERM Definition<br />
SAN versus DAS<br /><ul><li>SANs eliminate the topology and distance limitations imposed by traditional DAS solutions
SANs support non-disruptive provisioning of storage resources
SANs allow multiple servers to easily share access to a storage array orframe
SANs provide better infrastructure for multi-pathing
SANs enable consolidation of storage peripherals
SANs vastly increase scalability, as a net result of the above advantages</li></li></ul><li>Diagram (In the Past)<br />
Diagram (In the Future)<br />
 IBM System Storage DS3400 Summary_ 4 GbpsFibre Channel (FC) interface technology_ Direct-attach storage (DAS) or SAN solu...
EMC CX3-40s System Storage Summary<br />_CX3 series is midrange storage array market in performance and scalability. <br /...
IBM DS3400 vs EMC AX4<br />
Hard Disk<br />Price:<br />FC 300GB 15Krpm  $2075<br />SAS 300GB 15Krpm  $850<br />
Market Overview<br />
Storage Consolidate<br />After<br />Before<br />Consolidation via Networked Storage<br />Islands of Information<br /><ul><...
Increasing complexity as the environment continues to grow,
Limits to the amount of resources available
Improve utilization & lower costs
Centralize management
Leverage common functionality to automate process</li></li></ul><li>Network Consolidate<br />After<br />Before<br />DAS<br...
Redundant management
Limited ability to share and protect information
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  1. 1. SAN PRESENTATION<br />Your data uptime is our business<br />Author: PHAM HONG PHUOC<br />
  2. 2. TERM Definition<br />
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  4. 4. SAN versus DAS<br /><ul><li>SANs eliminate the topology and distance limitations imposed by traditional DAS solutions
  5. 5. SANs support non-disruptive provisioning of storage resources
  6. 6. SANs allow multiple servers to easily share access to a storage array orframe
  7. 7. SANs provide better infrastructure for multi-pathing
  8. 8. SANs enable consolidation of storage peripherals
  9. 9. SANs vastly increase scalability, as a net result of the above advantages</li></li></ul><li>Diagram (In the Past)<br />
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  12. 12. Diagram (In the Future)<br />
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  14. 14. IBM System Storage DS3400 Summary_ 4 GbpsFibre Channel (FC) interface technology_ Direct-attach storage (DAS) or SAN solution —start with a DAS configuration and seamlessly transition to a FC SAN when ready _ Combination of 12 SAS or SATA 3.5" drives per enclosure _ DS3000 products are geared towards Small and Medium Business (SMB) and departmental environments, SAS and iSCSI attachment technologies are supported as well._ Expandable by attaching up to three EXP3000s for a total of 21.6 TB of storage capacity with 450 GB SAS or up to 48.0 TB with 1.0 TB SATA _2 U rack mount enclosure with 12 easily accessible drive bays _ Management software IBM System Storage DS3000 Storage Manager _ Supported drives Supports 3Gbps SAS 73 GB, 146 GB, 300 GB, and 450 GB SAS drives at 15,000 rpm speeds and SATA disks at 7,200 rpm speed _ Cache per controller512 MB battery-backed cache with 1 GB upgrade option <br />
  15. 15. EMC CX3-40s System Storage Summary<br />_CX3 series is midrange storage array market in performance and scalability. <br />_The CX3-40 and CX3-40c offer an excellent combination of performance and scalability and are well suited for OLTP and messaging workloads. <br />_ Storage Processor Enclosures (SPE) offer four Xeon® processors, 8GB memory, and four 4Gb Fibre Channel host connections. The CX3-40c also includes eight iSCSI ports for connection to hosts via Ethernet.<br />_ Both models support directly connected hosts or up to 128 HA (dual-connected) SAN connected hosts. And, each array supports up to 240 disk drives for a maximum raw capacity of up to 119TB<br />
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  18. 18. IBM DS3400 vs EMC AX4<br />
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  22. 22. Hard Disk<br />Price:<br />FC 300GB 15Krpm  $2075<br />SAS 300GB 15Krpm  $850<br />
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  28. 28. Market Overview<br />
  29. 29. Storage Consolidate<br />After<br />Before<br />Consolidation via Networked Storage<br />Islands of Information<br /><ul><li>Higher costs required to support the infrastructure
  30. 30. Increasing complexity as the environment continues to grow,
  31. 31. Limits to the amount of resources available
  32. 32. Improve utilization & lower costs
  33. 33. Centralize management
  34. 34. Leverage common functionality to automate process</li></li></ul><li>Network Consolidate<br />After<br />Before<br />DAS<br />FC<br />IP<br /><ul><li>Islands of storage all over
  35. 35. Redundant management
  36. 36. Limited ability to share and protect information
  37. 37. Leverage common infrastructure
  38. 38. Meet consistent service levels
  39. 39. Enables information to be easily shared, integrated and protected</li></li></ul><li>NetworkedStorage<br />SAN<br />?<br /> 81%<br /> 72%<br />utilization<br /> 78%<br />utilization<br /> 60%<br />NAS<br />utilization<br />EMC ControlCenter<br />utilization<br />JBOD<br />Management Consolidate<br />After<br />Before<br />Single View of the Storage Environment<br />Management and Reporting is Complex <br /><ul><li>Single view of end to end storage environment
  40. 40. Standardize reporting and management tools
  41. 41. Manage more capacity per resource, and focus on other IT issues
  42. 42. Management is complex and time consuming
  43. 43. Configuration data is incomplete, inaccurate & uncorrelated
  44. 44. Requires different process and tools for each vendor</li></li></ul><li>Introduce VINADATA’s SAN Diagram<br />
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  46. 46. Storage capacity:<br />
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  48. 48. SAN System Support<br />
  49. 49. <ul><li> Common Types of RAID Protection in Storage
  50. 50. Common Types Hard Disk
  51. 51. Common Types Connection</li></ul>_ Level 0: Striped Disk Array without Fault Tolerance. Also known as JBOD<br />_ Level 1: Mirroring and Duplexing. Most commonly used for DB and applications.<br />_ Level 3: Bit-Interleaved Parity. Used mostly for “streaming” data like audio and video<br />_ Level 5: Block Interleaved Distributed Parity. Most used RAID level for balanced <br />performance and cost.<br />_ Level 6: Independent Data Disks with Double Parity. Provides block-level striping <br />with parity data distributed across all disks. <br />_ Level 0-1 : Mirror of Stripes<br />_ Level 1-0: A Stripe of Mirrors<br />FC:<br /> 146GB – 10K Rpm  Price: $1600<br /> 146GB – 15K Rpm  Price: $1955<br />SATA II:<br /> 500GB – 7200Rpm  Price: $2065<br />FC SAN<br />iSCSI SAN (IP SAN)<br />Performance of iSCSI SAN = ½ performance FC SAN (depend on connection speed as much)<br />
  52. 52. Deliverables for customers<br />
  53. 53. <ul><li> Hosting Server and Store Data on SAN
  54. 54. Backup on SAN</li></ul>_ Clone<br />_ Snapshot<br /><ul><li> Backup with Tape Library </li></ul>_ Backup Disk to Tape<br />_ Backup Disk to Disk<br />_ Backup online Database (Database don’t need off line for backup)<br /><ul><li> Disaster Recovery (Service OR/AND Data)</li></ul> Combine with ESX VMWare Technologies, we can provide the virtual Server. Assign the Private LUN and the third party software can synchronize data via ADSL, lease line … <br />We can build cluster system with server at customer sites and Virtual Server at VINADATA Site if customer‘s want DR both data and service (Such as: Exchange server, SQL Server, Oracle Server …)<br />
  55. 55. Thank you<br />

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