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SGI HPC DAY 2011 Kiev

  1. 1. Welcome to the outer limits HPC Day, Kiev October 14 2011 Martin Jalový, Systems Engineer SGI
  2. 2. Our Differentiated View of the Market A Trusted Leader in Technical Computing “… As we enter the next generation, moving from petaflops to exaflops, SGI has emerged a trusted leader in technical computing. Supporting some of the industrys most mission critical and large-scale computing applications.” -Earl Joseph, program vice president, high-performance systemsCompany Confidential July 2011
  3. 3. Škoda Auto – ICE 8200, ICE 8400 Q3 2011 ????? Processor Cores, ICE (was 3328c in 2010), UV ??? Tflop/s Peak Performance ???? TB Memory ?,? PB storage, Nexis 9000, ISS3500 fast scratch, CXFS specialized nodes (eg. prepost n., each 144GB mem. Grid engineCompany Confidential July 2011
  4. 4. NIIFI, University Hungaria – ICE, UV 1000 Q2 2011 Professor Stephen Hawking inspecting the final Altix UV installation1536 Cores ICE 8400 1152 Cores UV 100020,2+12,2 Tflop/s Peak Performance as Planck Strategic projects, such6,1 +6,1 TB Memory satellite analysis codesStorage, LustreWater cooled Large simulation requirements of theoretical ideas and comparison with vast new oбразовать observational data setsCompany Confidential July 2011
  5. 5. PCSS – Poznan Univ., GPU cluster 227n, UV 1000 Q4 2011227 nodes with mix 1 or 2 GPU per node7264 Processor Cores (AMD Interlagos)a~50 Tflop/s Peak PerformanceWater cooled 2048 Processor Cores, UV 1000 21,7 Tflop/s Peak Performance 16 TB Memory Water cooledCompany Confidential July 2011
  6. 6. COSMOS, Cambridge University - UV 1000August 2010768 Processor Cores UV 100063 Tflop/s Peak Performance2 TB Shared Memory64TB IS4100 storage, CXFS Professor StephenMOAB Grid suite Hawking inspectingWater cooled the final Altix UV installation Strategic projects, such as Planck satellite analysis codes Large simulation requirements of theoretical ideas and comparison with vast new observational data setsCompany Confidential July 2011
  7. 7. Los Alamos National Lab – Altix XE clustersConejo project 51,4Tfl, Mapache project 49,2Tfl10096 Processor Cores, Altix XE Peralta, Coyote101,6 Tflop/s Peak Performance30,2 TB Memory Climate, Ocean, Advanced Simulation andCompany Confidential July 2011 National Nuclear Security Administration
  8. 8. LRZ - Altix 4700 (Munich)Largest globally shared memory system in the world 9728 Processor Cores 63 Tflop/s Peak PerformanceNEW! 39 TB Shared Memory2048 Processor Cores, UV 1000 660TB RAID Storage, CXFSCompany Confidential July 2011 40GB/s
  9. 9. Total – bigest commercial system in the world 234 TFlops CPU Expansion 2011 7680 cores Westmere 73 TB Mem 2,5 PB Lustre 40GB/sCompany Confidential July 2011
  10. 10. RossHydroMetMoscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Khabarovsk Moscow center1664 cores Altix 4700, 11 TFlops peak, 6.6TB memory (4GB/core)1416 cores Altix ICE, 2.5 TB (2GB/core)other servers 12x Altix 450, 17x Altix XE,CXFS, DMF, 60TB online, 200TB nearline, 86TB tape libraryCompany Confidential July 2011
  11. 11. Altix® ICE:CINES - Grand Equipement National de Calcul Intensif (GENCI) • System installed at CINES, Frances National Computer Center for Higher Education; supports French researchers 23040 cores Altix ICE in variety of 267 Tflops Peak Performance research areas, and 103 TB of Memory connect to the 0,8 PB storage (IS 4600), DMF, Lustre RENATER French high-speed network 20GB/s IO performance and to European CommunitySlide 11 Company Confidential July 2011 infrastructure.
  12. 12. HLRN – HLRN Link – 2 sites = 1 systemOne Grid – One Workload – One FilesystemNorddeutscher Verbund für Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnen Single userbase/accouting Single workload managed across two sites MPP1 MPP2 MPP1 MPP2 HLRN-Link Infiniband SMP1 SMP2 Infiniband SMP1 SMP2 30976 cores (ICE 20480c+UV1000 9728c) 339 Tflops Peak Performance, 114 TB of Memory 1.15 PB Storage, Lustre, LSI, target 2.3 PB 2x18GB/s IO bandwidthCompany Confidential July 2011
  13. 13. NASA Pleiades Supercomputer number 7 in Top500 06/2011 112540 cores Altix ICE, 184 racks 1,009 PFlops RPeak Performance 188 TB of Memory (1GB/core) storage SGI Nexis 9000, 7 Lustre cluster, 12 DDN RAIDS 6.9 PBCompany Confidential July 2011 two IB network 11D hypercube topology
  14. 14. NTNU – Altix ICE 8600 LX, Sandy Bridge936 compute nodes, 155,7 TFlops2,6 GHz Sandy Bridge, 166 GFlops peak32 GB 1600MHz DIMMsFDR InfiniBandStorage: DDN ExaScale Lustre clusterCompany Confidential July 2011
  15. 15. Altix® XE: An Enterprise Solution to Keep ParisTaxis Moving for Les Taxis BleusThe Challenge The SolutionAn increasing burden on the • SGI® Altix® XE server with 8GB of memory runningexisting infrastructure had madeit impossible to guarantee 100 Red Hat®Enterprise Linux® v.4percent availability of the • Connects to an Oracle 10g database and 1TB of SGIreservation management system, InfiniteStorage 220 direct attached Fiber Channelresulting in potential lost • Services 120 dispatch agents, and drives Taxisbusiness. Bleus’ internal accounting system. • Redundant configuration backs up the primary system for no-compromise reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) “Now back-ups happen faster, and we don’t have to choose between backing up our enterprise data to tape or actually managing our bookings and billings.” Patrick Del’Vecchio, Director of IT Systems, Les Taxis BleusSlide 15 Company Confidential July 2011
  16. 16. Our main Markets CLOUD CLOUD STORAGE BIG HPC Web 2.0 SaaS Active Archive Storage Servers DATA HP-HD Raid Commercial Hadoop Scientific Databases WarehousesCompany Confidential July 2011
  17. 17. SGI Solutions Across Applications Oil & Gas HPC Cluster Large Trading Platforms Large Cloud Provider M45 ICE Cube HPC National Lab Video StreamingCompany Confidential July 2011
  18. 18. SGI® Technology @ WorkDEFENSE & INTELLIGENCE DIGITAL MEDIA ENERGY FINANCIAL SERVICES CLOUD MANUFACTURING RESEARCH & EDUCATION …AND MORECompany Confidential July 2011
  19. 19. Experts In HPC Computational Structural Computational Fluid ElectromagneticCSMi Mechanics- Implicit CSMe Computational Structural Mechanics- Explicit CFD Dynamics CEM Compatibility Applications: Fluent, StarCD,Applications: MD.Nastran, Applications: LS-Dyna, Radioss, StarCCM+, CFX11, Powerflow, Applications: FMSLib, Xpatch,Abaqus/Std, Ansys Abaqus/Explicitt, PAM-Crash CFD++. OpenFOAM FEKO Computational Chemistry Computational Chemistry Seismic ProcessingCQM Quantum Mechanics CMD Molecular Dynamics CBI Computational Biology SPI and InterpretationApplications: Gaussian, VASP, Applications: PMEMD, NAMD, Applications: BLAST, FASTA, Applications: RTM, ProMAX,Gamess, Jaguar, CASTEP,DMOL3 Gromacs HMMER, ClustalW EPOS, Geocluster Rendering/Ray Tracing Climate/Weather/RES Reservoir Simulation RDR CWO Ocean Simulation DA Data AnalyticsApplications: Eclipse, VIP, Applications: Coral8, Applications: PowerVUE, Paraview, Applications: WRF, MM5, CCSM, Ontoprise Mineset,Nexus, Intersect Ensight, Intelligent Light, Opticore POP Oracle Company Confidential July 2011
  20. 20. SGI OpenFOAM® Ready for Cyclone Customer : iVEC and Curtin Technical Applications Portal University Australia Powered by User Problem: Solving large scale CFD Su bm problems like simulating wind flows its J ob in the capital city of Perth. Solution: OpenFOAM scaled on SGI Cyclone better (1024 cores) and was 20x faster than on Amazon EC2.Source: Dr Andrew King, Department of Mechanical Engineering Curtin, University of Technology, AustraliaCompany Confidential July 2011
  21. 21. SGI: Servers, Storage, ExperienceWould you attachcaravanto the F1?Company Confidential July 2011
  22. 22. Datacenter Technologies : Eco-Logical™ DCE = PUE-1 = equip x facility-1 SGI top in its class Savings from direct water World Largest cooling doors. datacenters, hundreds installed design experience Savings from 12VDC rack distribution (480VDC datacenter*) World Leader: mobile, containerized datacenter 20’/40’ units Savings from 90+% efficient power supplies. 80 PLUS awards* evaluatingCompany Confidential July 2011
  23. 23. Power Supplies : High Efficiency • AC power supplies up to 92.5% efficiency* • 80Plus validated at 91.2% typical efficiency 90.6% SGI Power Supply • 48VDC power supplies up to 96.5% efficiency* • High-efficiency redundant cabinet-level 48VDC in Rackable DC SGI 450W AC Power Supply Efficiency cabinets and PowerXE (Validated by 80Plus.org) distribution in CloudRack C2Company Confidential July 2011 * Peak efficiency based on power supply specification
  24. 24. Server Technology Overview
  25. 25. Server Products ICE Cube® Air Modular Datacenter The Power of Scale-Out Scale-Up OneCloudRack™ X2 Rackable™ & Altix® ICE SGI Prism™ XL Altix UV Octane® III CloudRack™ C2 Blade Architecture Petaflop in a Rack Shared-Memory Systems Origin® 400 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U HPC Optimized Optimized Design-to-Order Accelerator LeaderCompany Confidential July 2011
  26. 26. Temperature modelCompany Confidential July 2011
  27. 27. Altix UV 1000(Project name Ultraviolet)
  28. 28. Customer Challenges Need Faster Simulation on Large Datasets – Altix: Use Fastest CPU’s available Need to Simulate Very Large Datasets – Altix: Extremely Large Memory Systems Fast Delivery to Production and Results – Altix: Standard Operating Systems Ability to Scale System as Requirements Increase – Altix: Range of Products based on same architectureCompany Confidential July 2011
  29. 29. FY11 was Good TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK DTUCompany Confidential July 2011
  30. 30. Altix UV: Unsurpassed Scalability Altix UV 1000 Max. Sockets: 256 Max. Cores: 2048 Max. Memory: 16 TB Altix UV 100 Max. Teraflops: 18.5 Max. Sockets: 96 Max. Cores: 768 Max. Memory: 6 TB Altix UV 10 Max. Teraflops: 6.9 Max. Sockets: 4 Max. Cores: 32 Max. Memory: 1 TB Max. Gigaflops: 289Company Confidential July 2011
  31. 31. Altix® UV World’s Fastest Supercomputer – World Record SPECint_rate, SPECfp_rate, SPECjbb2005 Performance – High speed NUMAlink® 5 interconnect (15 GB/sec) – MPI offload engines maximize efficiency – Direct access to global data sets up to 16TB – Compelling performance regardless of type of application Scalable – Single system image scales up to 2048 cores & 16TB memory – Investment protection: start with four sockets, scale up over time Open Platform – Leverages Intel® Xeon® 7600 (“Westmere-EX”) processors – Runs industry-standard x86 operating systems & application codeCompany Confidential July 2011
  32. 32. SGI Altix UV and Windows Server 2008 R2 The world’s most powerful x86 Windows® Server platform: the SGI® Altix® UV, world’s fastest and most scalable supercomputer – Now certified up to 256 cores, 2 TB shared memory – The only platform certified up to the full processor AND memory limits of Windows Server 2008 R2 Industry standard Intel® Xeon® processors Single instance of Windows Server Runs standard Microsoft software: – Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter Edition – Unlimited virtualization with Hyper-V – Microsoft SQL Server Expandability: SGI UV enables new releases of SGI Altix UV Microsoft software to scale to their limitsCompany Confidential July 2011
  33. 33. Altix UV: Supporting the MicrosoftPlatform Microsoft Stack Big Data Technical Apps Data WarehousingCompany Confidential July 2011
  34. 34. Customer benefits Altix UV Delivers – Higher performance and better price performance – delivers the capabilities of SGI Altix UV to Windows Server users Customer Benefits – Faster data access for a range of data intensive computing (more data in memory) – Larger databases without partitioning – Faster computing using lower latency – Easier management – Consolidated resources – Quicker and more complete business decisions SGI Altix UVCompany Confidential July 2011
  35. 35. SGI Altix UV running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 World’s largest Windows platform: 256 cores, 2 TB memory 4x the number of cores over HP* 2.6x the number of cores of IBM Industry defining application scalability for Windows applications: 64 Intel Xeon Physical Cores Compute intensive Data intensive SGI Altix UV *HP ProLiant DL 980 G7Company Confidential July 2011
  36. 36. Altix UV 2
  37. 37. Altix ICE 8400
  38. 38. Reliability Altix ICE 8200, Altix ICE 8400Cable-free, Redundant Components Cable-free blade enclosures: 128 cores and no cables Redundant, hot swap power and cooling Fully Buffered DIMMS to reduce transient errors Blade design provides rapid serviceability InfiniBand backplane To THIS From this (traditional for high signal racked cluster)… reliabilityCompany Confidential July 2011
  39. 39. SGI® Altix® ICE 8400 Designed for High-Performance Computing Performance Density: Up to 1536 Cores and 14.13 TFlops per Rack / 8.3 ft2 (0.77 m2) SGI® Altix® ICE Compute Blade Up to 12-Core, 96GB, 2-IB SGI® Altix® ICE Compute Blade Up to 24-Core, 128GB, 2-IB Altix ICE Rack: • 42U rack (30” W x 40” D) • 4 Cable-free blade enclosures, each with up to 16 2-Socket nodes • Up to 128 DP Intel® Xeon® or AMD Opteron™ 6100 sockets • Single-plane or Dual-plane IB QDR interconnect • Minimal switch topology simplifies scaling to 1000s of nodesSlide 39 Company Confidential July 2011
  40. 40. Introducing Altix® ICE 8400 No-compromise, high performance blade design for scale-out clusters Tightly integrated Greatly increased flexibility: – Five different compute blades – Choice of processor type, network topology, system fabric and storage – Value and performance-optimized configurations QDR InfiniBand- through and throughCompany Confidential July 2011
  41. 41. Flexible Compute Blade Options Intel® Xeon® 5500/5600 or AMD Opteron™ 6100 processors Intel blades feature 12 DIMM slots and up to 768 cores/cabinet. Up to 130W processors are supported. AMD blades feature 16 DIMM slots and up to 1536 cores/cabinet* Up to 105W processors are supported Choice of three on-board Mellanox® ConnectX-2 InfiniBand HCA configurations – Single-port, dual-port or two single-port chipset(s) Option for 2.5” storage on the node (SSD and/or HDD) Intel Intel NHM/ WM-EP NHM/ WM-EP Intel Intel Intel Intel Processor Processor NHM/ WM-EP NHM/ WM-EP NHM/ WM-EP NHM/ WM-EP Processor Processor Processor Processor Single Tylersburg Tylersburg IB4x QDR Tylersburg HCA Single x4 Chipset Dual x4 Chipset Chipset Backplane Connector Backplane Connector Backplane Connector QDR IB QDR IB HCA HCA Single IB4x QDR HCA ICH10 ICH10 PHY PHY ICH10 BMC BMC PHY PHY PHY BMC PHY Flash Memory SIO FWH Flash Memory SIO FWH Flash Memory SIO FWHCompany Confidential July 2011 * AMD Opteron blades planned for Q3CY10.
  42. 42. Flexibility in Networking Topologies Hypercube Topology: - Lowest network infrastructure cost - Well suited for "nearest neighbor" type MPI communication patterns Enhanced Hypercube Topology: - Increased bisectional bandwidth per node at only a small increase in cost - Well suited for larger node count MPI jobs All-to-All Topology: - Maximum bandwidth at lowest latency for up to 128 nodes - Well suited for "all-to-all" MPI communication patterns. Robust integrated switch blade design enables industry- Fat Tree Topology: leading bisectional bandwidth - Highest network infrastructure cost. Requires external switches. at ultra-low latency! - Well suited for "all-to-all" type MPI communication patternsCompany Confidential July 2011
  43. 43. SGI® Altix® ICE 8400 IRU Topology – Hypercube optimized Compute 03 Compute 03 Compute 03 Compute 03 Compute 07 Compute 05 Compute 05 Compute 05 Compute 05 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 02 Compute 01 Compute 00 Compute 06 Plane-1 Plane-2 Switch Blade Switch Blade 36-Port QDR 36-Port QDR InfiniBand InfiniBand 1st Hypercube Dimension is Quad-Linked on Backplane Switch Blade Switch Blade 36-Port QDR 36-Port QDR InfiniBand InfiniBand Compute 15 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 11 Compute 11 Compute 11 Compute 11 Compute 09 Compute 14 Compute 12 Compute 12 Compute 12 Compute 12 Compute 10 Compute 08(21) Cabled Ports(8) Node Fan-In Ports(33 of 36) Ports Used Notice the rich >3 ratio of ‘Fabric Ports’ to ‘Node Ports’ {(21+4)/8} Closest like competitor has 1.25:1 (SUN 6048). Most have 1:1 SGI ICE 8400 has 2.4x to 3x the link to node bandwidth fabric interconnectCompany Confidential July 2011
  44. 44. Plane-2 36-Port QDR InfiniBand InfiniBand InfiniBand Optimized for Non-Blocking (1:1) Fat Tree Configurations Switch Blade Switch Blade Switch BladeSGI® Altix® ICE 8400 IRU Topology – Compute 00 Compute 08 Compute 08 Compute 08 Compute 08 at a reduced infrastructure costFat Tree optimized Target MR- Early Q4CY10 Compute 01 Compute 01 Compute 01 Compute 01 Compute 09 Compute 02 Compute 02 Compute 02 Compute 02 Compute 10 Compute 10 Compute 10 Compute 10 Compute 03 Compute 11 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 04 Compute 12 Compute 05 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 13 Compute 06 Compute 06 Compute 06 Compute 06 Compute 14 Compute 07 Compute 07 Compute 07 Compute 07 Compute 15 Compute 15 Compute 15 Compute 15 (16) Node Fan-In Ports (34 of 36) Ports Used (18) Cabled Ports Plane-1 Company Confidential July 2011 Switch Blade InfiniBand 36-Port QDR
  45. 45. Company Confidential July 2011
  46. 46. Topologies Hypercube topology – Cables together switches in blade enclosures – No external switches, less cables reduces costs – Lower bi-section bandwidth per node, but also lower networking costs – Fits well in some application spaces, but not all – Suited for… – larger node count MPI jobs – low per node bandwidth requirement (i.e. less than 500MB/s/node) – “nearest neighbor” type MPI communication patterns – Constant Bi-Section (CBB) Fat Tree – Common cluster topology – High bi-section bandwidth per node – Requires external switches – As system size grows, cost of network grows rapidly – Suited for… – smaller node count MPI jobs – high per node bandwidth requirement (i.e. GB/s/node or greater) – “all-to-all” type MPI communication pattersCompany Confidential July 2011
  47. 47. SGI Altix ICE- Industry BreakthroughCompute Rack Level ‘Live’ Integration NASA Ames Post - NAS TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS February 8, 2010 Live Integration of Pleiades Rack Saves 2 Million Hours (excerpt) The new 512-core rack arrived in late December and installation was completed in early January. Integration into the Pleiades system was accomplished by connecting the new racks InfiniBand (IB) dual port fabric via 44 fibre cables-while Pleiades was running a full production workload. This live integration saved 2 million hours in productivity that have previously been lost each time a planned system outage occurs. When outages on Pleiades are planned, users get a one-week notice and system utilization plummets about three days before the actual shutdown. This drop in usage is partly due to the fact that batch jobs are only started if they can finish by the start of the planned outage. About half of Pleiades computational hours are consumed by long-running jobs-most take five days to complete- further adding to the usage slowdown. http://www.nas.nasa.gov/News/TechHighlights/2010/2-8-10.html •SGI’s superior hypercube based IB network topologies not only enables adding nodes and switches but also now enables adding racks of nodes and switches without disturbing the existing production load. •Competitor network topology offerings such as fat tree and 3D torus are either inherently limited or strictly incapable of supporting such a dynamic reconfiguration.Company Confidential July 2011
  48. 48. Tightly Integrated Software Stack Linux® Operating System Performance SGI® ProPack™ software for Linux OS Optimization System Management SGI® Tempo Workload Manager Altair® PBS Professional™ MPI Intel MPI Runtime or SGI MPT IB Fabric and Subnet SGI InfiniBand Fabric Subnet Management (based on Management OFED and OpenSM) Customizable, integrated solution stack Cost-effective, standards-based & optimized for ease of use Factory integrated and testedCompany Confidential July 2011
  49. 49. Customers That Are… "Our new SGI Altix ICE system was up and running the afternoon it arrived, and weBreaking Barriers with ICE began running benchmarks within 48 hours" Matthew Bate, Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics at the University of Exeter.Company Confidential July 2011 49
  50. 50. Customers That Are… “Just as Columbia has helped NASA achieve breakthroughs that were previously impossible, this newBreaking Barriers with ICE supercomputer will enable NASA to continue tapping the far limits of science and innovation.“ Dr. Rupak Biswas, acting chief of the NAS DivisionCompany Confidential July 2011 50
  51. 51. Customers That Are… “It quickly became clear to us that for the same number of processors, the performance of the SGIBreaking Barriers with ICE Altix ICE system was in a league of its own.” Henrik Diamant, Head of CFD, Honda Racing F1 TeamCompany Confidential July 2011 51
  52. 52. OS Noise Synchronization – SGI® Tempo™ Feature • OS system noise: CPU cycles stolen from a user application by the OS to do periodic or asynchronous work (monitoring, daemons, garbage collection, etc). • Management interface will allow users to select what gets synchronized • Performance boost on larger scales systemsProcess on: Unsynchronized OS Noise → Wasted Cycles System Wasted Wasted Node 1 Overhead Cycles Cycles Node 2 Wasted System Wasted Compute Cycles Cycles Overhead Cycles Node 3 Wasted Wasted System Cycles Cycles Overhead Barrier Complete Process on: System Node 1 Overhead System Node 2 Overhead System Node 3 Overhead Synchronized OS Noise → Faster ResultsSlide 52 Company Confidential July 2011 Time
  53. 53. CB 3Altix ICE 8600?
  54. 54. Erupts 24 Feb 2011Company Confidential July 2011
  55. 55. SGI Infinite Storage
  56. 56. Staying in Front of the Data Gap1982 1983 1987 1991 1992 1993 1996 1999 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 SGI’s core focus for 25 years has been to push the leading edge of efficiently creating & managing massive amounts of dataCompany Confidential July 2011 56
  57. 57. Storage Platforms for Technical ComputingInfiniteStorage JBOD Platforms InfiniteStorage Server Platforms InfiniteStorage RAID Platforms InfiniteStorage MAID Platforms Tape Libraries Half-depth Half- Half-depth Half- Half-depth Entry Level Entry Level COPAN 400T/TX SpectraLogic Tape SpectraLogic Tape Half-depth COPAN 400T/TX •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for price •Optimized for price •VTL •T50e •T50e •Optimized for low cost •VTL capacity capacity capacity performance performance •Ground breaking density •T120 •T120 capacity •Ground breaking density •2U and 3U enclosures •3U servers •3U servers •Designed to limit power •T200 •T200 •2U and 3U enclosures •Designed to limit power •2.5” or 3.5” disks 2.5” or 3.5” disks •3.5” disks 3.5” disks Enterprise Mid-Range Mid- •T380 •2.5” 3.5” •3.5” Enterprise Mid-Range and cooling and cooling •T380 •Integrates into a a wide •T680 •Integrates into wide •T680 Full-depth Full- Full-depth Full- Full-depth •Performance, reliability •Performance, reliability variety of environments •T950 •T950 Full-depth variety of environments and features and features •T-Finity •T-Finity •Optimized for •Optimized for •Optimized for scalability •Optimized for scalability COPAN 400M COPAN 400M performance •3U and 4U Servers •3U and 4U Servers HPC HPC •Strong feature set, like •Strong feature set, like performance •2U enclosure •3.5” disks 3.5” disks •3.5” •Disk to Disk Solutions integrated encryption, integrated encryption, •2U enclosure •Disk to Disk Solutions •2.5” disks 2.5” disks •High performance and •High performance and •DMF and popular media health monitoring media health monitoring •2.5” •DMF and popular scalability scalability applications and easy maintenance and easy maintenance applications NAS – File Serving InfiniteStorage Shared Filesystems InfiniteStorage Software Suite ArcFiniti CXFS DMF LiveArc CXFS •Integrated, network •Enables “online” access to “offline” data online” offline” •Digital asset and knowledge •High performance shared •High performance shared accessible Disk-based Disk- •Dramatic cost reductions in large management platform file system for Scale-Up Scale- file system for Scale-Up archiver leveraging MAID environments •General (collaborative) application SGI File Serving Lustre Lustre SGI InfiniteStorage Hardware Platforms •Rules-based migration, enables fine Rules- tuning of storage resources platform •Components can be used to create a diverse range of applications •Price/performance file •High performance parallel •High performance parallel file system for Scale Out file system for Scale Out serving over IP or IB Company Confidential July 2011 57
  58. 58. Storage Platforms for Technical ComputingInfiniteStorage JBOD Platforms InfiniteStorage Server Platforms InfiniteStorage RAID Platforms InfiniteStorage MAID Platforms Tape Libraries Half-depth Half- Half-depth Half- Half-depth Entry Level Entry Level COPAN 400T/TX SpectraLogic Tape SpectraLogic Tape Half-depth COPAN 400T/TX •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for low cost •Optimized for price •Optimized for price •VTL •T50e •T50e •Optimized for low cost •VTL capacity capacity capacity performance performance •Ground breaking density •T120 •T120 capacity •Ground breaking density •2U and 3U enclosures •3U servers •3U servers •Designed to limit power •T200 •T200 •2U and 3U enclosures •Designed to limit power •2.5” or 3.5” disks 2.5” or 3.5” disks •3.5” disks 3.5” disks Enterprise Mid-Range Mid- •T380 •2.5” 3.5” •3.5” Enterprise Mid-Range and cooling and cooling •T380 •Integrates into a a wide •T680 •Integrates into wide •T680 Full-depth Full- Full-depth Full- Full-depth •Performance, reliability •Performance, reliability variety of environments •T950 •T950 Full-depth •Optimized for SGI InfiniteStorage Software & File Systems •Optimized for scalability and features and features COPAN 400M variety of environments •T-Finity •T-Finity •Optimized for •Optimized for scalability COPAN 400M performance •3U and 4U Servers •3U and 4U Servers HPC HPC •Strong feature set, like •Strong feature set, like performance •2U enclosure •3.5” disks 3.5” disks •3.5” •Disk to Disk Solutions integrated encryption, integrated encryption, •2U enclosure •Disk to Disk Solutions •2.5” disks 2.5” disks •High performance and •High performance and •DMF and popular media health monitoring media health monitoring •2.5” •DMF and popular scalability scalability applications and easy maintenance and easy maintenance applications NAS – File Serving InfiniteStorage Shared Filesystems InfiniteStorage Software Suite ArcFiniti CXFS CXFS DMF LiveArc •Integrated, network •Enables “online” access to “offline” data online” offline” •Digital asset and knowledge •High performance shared •High performance shared accessible Disk-based Disk- •Dramatic cost reductions in large management platform file system for Scale-Up Scale- file system for Scale-Up archiver leveraging MAID environments •General (collaborative) application •Rules-based migration, enables fine Rules- platform Lustre Lustre SGI File Serving tuning of storage resources •Components can be used to create a diverse range of applications •High performance parallel •High performance parallel •Price/performance file file system for Scale Out file system for Scale Out serving over IP or IB Company Confidential July 2011 58
  59. 59. SGI InfiniteStorage Software & File SystemsAligned to Client Requirements For clients requiring: For clients requiring: For clients requiring: For clients requiring: • HSM • Digital Asset Management • High bandwidth Access to • Scalable FS to scale-out Scale-up SSI servers clusters • Transparent multi-tier data • Data Classification migration • Real-time, streaming • Scalable to 100+ GB/s • Tools to enable collaboration • A methodology to “green” across disparate data workloads • Linux only their storage environments • DMF back-end • HPC Environment • Minimize administrative • Workflow management • IB, GigE or 10 GigE overhead • DMF back-end DMF LiveArc CXFS Lustre • Enables “online” access to • Digital asset and knowledge • Instant multi-OS, multi- • Medium to huge clusters “offline” data management platform platform, no copy, data with greater than 4GB/s • Dramatic cost reductions in • General (collaborative) sharing requirements large environments application platform • Enables multiple file • Best solution for very • Rules-based migration, • Components can be used to enables fine tuning of storage create a diverse range of systems in a cluster large clusters resources at file and volume applications • High availability with • Open source solution levels • Extensible service-oriented automatic failure • Maintains data in online state architecture (SOA) • Object-based file system, detection and recovery during migration requires object storage • XODB, XML-based Object • Partial-file migration for rapid Database server access • Written in platform neutral JavaCompany Confidential July 2011 59
  60. 60. SGI® InfiniteStorage HardwarePlatforms JBOD InfiniteStorage RAID Platforms Persistent Data Stores Entry RAID Mid-Range Mid- Performance MAID MAID Tape Libraries Tape Libraries Entry RAID Mid-Range Performance • IS1000 Series Half Depth JBOD • IS4600 • IS6120 • COPAN 400M • Spectra Logic • IS5000 - Performance RAID Native MAID - Mixed Use RAID - T50e - Entry RAID - SSD, SAS, SATA drives • IS2000 Series - FC or IB HBAs • COPAN 400T/TX - T120 - 6 Gb/s SAS intermix Full Depth JBOD - Optional 4U VTL - T200 - SAS and/or SSD drives - 120 drives max 60-drive dense tray - T380 - 192 drives max - 480 drives max • IS15000 - T680 • IS4100 - Extreme bandwidth, Integrated Archive Integrated Archive - T950 • IS5500 - T-Finity - Mid-Range RAID density & scalability ArcFiniti - FC and SATA drives - Next Gen RAID - 600 drives per rack - 112 drives max - 6 Gb/s SAS - 1200 drives max • Network-accessible Network- - FC, IB, SAS Disk-based archive Disk- - SAS and/or SSD • IS16000 solution. drives - 10GB/s Reads and writes • Up to 1.44 PB in a - 384 drives max - 300k Random HDD single rack. read IOPS • Leveraging MAID InfiniteStorage Server Platforms InfiniteStorage Servers InfiniteStorage Servers • ISS3009 • ISS3500 - Half-depth, 3U - 4U – 36 Drives - 9 Drives - IB, GigE & 10GigE • ISS3012 - SAS, SATA & SSD - Half-depth, 3U - ISER, iSCSI, NFS, CIFs - 12 Drives • ISS3118 - Full-depth, 3U - 18 DrivesCompany Confidential July 2011 60
  61. 61. Storage Strategy, where SGI Plays SGI Sweet Spot: Larger Deals & Integrated, ProductiveSolutions Block-Based 1000 Transaction Transaction Processing Processing Intranet/ Intranet/ Extranet Extranet Data System files Data OLTP Warehousing Banking Warehousing Retail … Electronic Commerce Databases Data Warehousing Data Mining Internet Internet IOPS (thousands) Scientific Scientific 100 Cloud Cloud Computing Computing Imaging Imaging 10 Video Video File-Based 5 10 50 100 500 Throughput in MB/sec MB/secCompany Confidential July 2011 61
  62. 62. SGI® InfiniteStorage Server 3500 An solutions platform with integrated compute and storage – High-density, aggressively-priced storage server – Single & Dual-socket Intel® Xeon® processors – High-Availability configuration • Redundant (1+1) 1400W Gold Level power supply with PMBus function • 7 x 8cm (middle) hot-swap cooling fans – 4U - 36 hot-swappable 3.5” drives – SAS, SATA & SSDCompany Confidential July 2011 62
  63. 63. Copan TechnologyA Strategic Portfolio Enhancement Significant savings in power and cooling – All disks can be powered off when not in use – Up to 50% of the disks can be powered on Reduced floor space requirement – Lower power requirements and reduced heat generation allows high density packaging Extends disk life – DiskAerobics software • Data integrity verification • Proactive sparing – Disk power down reduces wear and tear* *Testing showed 3-6x reduction in failure rate (increased MTBF)Company Confidential July 2011 63
  64. 64. Purpose-built Persistent DataPlatform Advantages over transactional storage: Advantages over tape storage: 6x better drive reliability 20x faster data access 6x higher capacity in a single footprint Integrated with tape vaulting 32x better data protection than standard RAID RAID protection benefit Unmatched product life of 7+ years Simplified media management Assured drive health and data integrity Integrated with HSM data movers Persistent data lives in every tier Availability Reliability Footprint Performance Data Protection Scalability Affordability Tier I Tier II Tier III Tier IV Tier V Enterprise Disk Modular Array Object-Based File Backup/Recovery Off-Site DR Vaulting Mission Critical, Repurposed Disaster Recovery, Low-Cost SATA Near-line Recovery Transactional Storage Transactional Storage Off-Site DataCompany Confidential July 2011 64
  65. 65. Different Types of Data Demand Different Storage Solutions Transactional or Persistent Data Vaulted Data Dynamic Data Data Protection and Archive DataI/O intensive • Large files • Sequential • OffsiteSmall files • Very large storage • Explosive growth • Copy of copyModest storage growth • Throughput • SequentialSteady growth rates • ComplianceE-mail Document Database Backup Replication Maps Video Imaging 8KB 80KB 8MB 10MB 20MB 60MB 300MB 48GB Transactional data Persistent data Vaulted data Amount of data in the typical enterprise Within 30 days the Within 30 days the majority of transactional majority of transactional data becomes data becomes persistent data persistent dataCompany Confidential July 2011 65 65
  66. 66. SGI COPAN 400 Platform Details Disk-Based Core Platform – Enterprise 1TB, 2TB or 3TB Drives – 1 to 8 MAID Shelves – Up to 2,688TB raw storage per cabinet with 3TB drives – FC 8Gbps MAID, FC 4Gbps VTL GigE 1Gbps Performance – Up to 6,400 MB/s, 23TB/hr. (native MAID) or – Up to 3,200 MB/s, 12.5TB/hr.* (VTL) Multiple Solutions – Native MAID: ideal for HSM and D2D applications - SGI Data Migration Facility - IBM TSM D2D - Commvault Simpana - Quantum StorNext – VTL: reliable, high performance target for backup and archive applications *speed to double in future software release 66Company Confidential July 2011 66
  67. 67. Enabling Efficient Density ArcFiniti’s Canister Technology Exclusive mounting scheme to eliminate “rotational vibration” within a storage shelf Unique canister technology provides even thermal distribution to reduce cooling needs. Industry-leading packing density 896 SATA drives in single footprint 2,688TB with 3TB drivesCompany Confidential July 2011 67
  68. 68. Introducing ArcFiniti™ File-based Archiving Solution Primary – Virtualized storage tiers for scalability, lower cost. Cache – TCO advantages with industry-leading power efficiency and density featuring COPAN MAID technology Archive Policy – High-performance file-based access for easy integration into existing infrastructures Archive Tier – Data protection software to ensure very long term data integrity – 1.4PB Usable archive in a single rack --An easy-to-deploy, integrated archive solution-- Bringing together the best of SGI Storage TechCompany Confidential July 2011
  69. 69. Objective:Providing a true archive for all persistent file data Document File System management Media & Entertainment E-mail Archive Archives Software Bio Sciences and Pharma CCTV & Video Surveillance • Single platform supporting multiple applications simultaneously • Standard NFS File System Access • CIFS SAMBA (V2) • Hugely scalable, reliable and secure storageCompany Confidential July 2011 69
  70. 70. SAN without CXFS… LAN LAN SAN -- Each host owns dedicated volume in shared array -- Files must be copied for sharingCompany Confidential July 2011 70
  71. 71. SAN with CXFS… True Storage Consolidation SAN LAN -- Each host shares multiple volumes -- Eliminates multiple copies of shared filesCompany Confidential July 2011 71
  72. 72. Related Solutions:DMF: Automated, Policy-Based Tier Virtualization By replacing a Tape Library with an SGI COPAN System, you can significantly decrease access times By replacing a Tape Library with an SGI COPAN System, you can significantly decrease access times of even the oldest data in your DMF environment while maintaining cost optimization of even the oldest data in your DMF environment while maintaining cost optimizationCompany Confidential July 2011 72
  73. 73. SGI® InfiniteStorage 5000 Price-Performance Leader Next-generation 6Gb/s SAS controllers Three interface options – SAS, FC/SAS, iSCSI*/SAS 12-Bay - 3.5-in Drive Tray Up to 192 drives – High capacity and nearline SAS, SSD** drives – Three enclosure options 2 GB of cache per controller – Mirrored, battery-backed, de-staged to flash 24-Bay - 2.5-in Drive Tray Base and Hyper Performance options Premium features SnapCopy (8/64), VolumeCopy (8), Remote Volume Mirroring (8 over FC ports) *iSCSI available only in IS5000-SP **SSDs and require a premium feature purchase 60-Bay - 2.5 & 3.5-in Drive TrayCompany Confidential July 2011 73
  74. 74. SGI® InfiniteStorage 5500 High performance, modular versatility The next-generation RAID platform with Intel Jasper Forest multi-core based SAS RAID Controllers Two interface options – FC or Infiniband – Eight 8Gb FC host ports standard (no HICs) 12-Bay - 3.5-in Drive – Sixteen 8Gb FC ports with optional FC Host Interface Cards (HICs) Enclosure – Four 40Gb Infiniband ports with optional IB HICs Up to 384 drives per IS5500 array – High Performance SAS, Value SAS, High Capacity SAS, FDE and SSD drives – 2U24 or 2U12 or 4U60 drive enclosures – mix and match drive types 6 or 12 GB of cache per controller 24-Bay - 2.5-in Drive Enclosure – Mirrored, battery-backed and destaged to flash memory Base and Turbo Performance options Telco Ready - NEBs level 3 Certified & -48v DC Power Option* Premium Features – Snapshot Copy, Volume Copy, Remote Mirroring, Data Assure and Safe Store Safe 60-Bay - 2.5 & 3.5-in Drive EnclosureCompany Confidential July 2011
  75. 75. Converged SAN and NAS SAN-attached clients SAN-attached clients Windows •Leverage SGI’s XFS •Leverage SGI’s XFS Linux RHEL Linux SLES Server Windows® OS X 32 OS X 64 bit •Seamless integration with •Seamless integration with near-line storage for unlimited near-line storage for unlimited data growth data growth •Data access via FC SAN, GigE, •Data access via FC SAN, GigE, 10GbE, Infiniband via CXFS, NFS 10GbE, Infiniband via CXFS, NFS SAN SAN and CIFS and CIFS Primary Storage Secondary Storage (Optional) Cluster Cluster NAS NAS MAID or Tape Library Integrated Tiered Storage Network-Attached clients Network-Attached clients Integrated Tiered StorageCompany Confidential July 2011 75
  76. 76. Thank you Martin Jalový, Systems Engineer SGI mjalovy@sgi.comCompany Confidential July 2011
  77. 77. accelerating results™Company Confidential July 2011 77

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