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  • Goal of slide: Highlight the FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud entry on Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track page.Key Points: FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud is the NetApp reference implementation of Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track.Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track (also previously known as Hyper-V Fast Track) is a prevalidated, best-in-class Microsoft Private Cloud reference implementation.NetApp’s entry is the first multivendor private cloud reference implementation.Joint collaboration among NetApp, Cisco, and MicrosoftMicrosoft infrastructure software (Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Hyper-V, Systems Center 2012 including SCVMM, SCOM, SCSM, Orchestrator, and App Controller)Cisco UCS servers and Nexus switchesNetApp storage and softwareAccelerates private cloud deployments at reduced riskTechnical reference architecture, design, build, and operate guidesLink to Web site:
  • Goal of slide: Provide anoverview of the FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud offering.Key Points:Prevalidated best-in-class private cloud reference implementationfrom Microsoft’s partners.Joint collaboration among NetApp, Cisco, and Microsoft to accelerate private cloud adoption, resulting in a single orderable part and unified support.Customer choice of best-in-class vendors for the compute, network, and storage components that make up a private cloud. (It'snot required to buy all products from the same vendor.)
  • Goal of slide: Provide an overview of the FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud Validated with Citrix XenDesktop offering.Key Points:Prevalidated best-in-class private cloud reference implementationfrom Microsoft’s partners.Joint collaboration among NetApp, Cisco, Citrix, and Microsoft to accelerate private cloud adoption, resulting in a single orderable part and unified support.Implementation is focused on virtual desktop infrastructure marketplace.Customer choice of best-in-class vendors for the compute, network, and storage components that make up a private cloud. (It'snot required to buy all products from the same vendor.) Provision 2,000 VMs 25 times faster than with traditional SAN.
  • Industry leadership:General expertise: storage vs Servers & networking. Core competency is storage with FAS Product line & V-Series in front of 3rd party for NetApp (NetApp) and Cisco UCS servers and Nexus Switches for (Cisco)10GbE leadership – storage / serversFCoE leadership – storage/ servers & networkingNetApp #2 in capacity shipped, growing faster than the market. Unified architecture Multiprotocol w/ single storage OS / unified fabric. Multiprotocol storage architecture - Multiprotocol fabric architectureVirtualization innovationstorage/ servers & networking – together, first secure multi-tenancy solutionSimplified data management - Simplified network infrastructureAPIs to leading management tools. NetApp and Cisco both have a simplified management framework that plug into high level management tools.Storage Efficiency - Compute and Network EfficiencyVirtualization optimized - Virtualization optimizedChange Data Center 3.0 to Data Center Business Advantage
  • Key Takeaway: What are the storage vendors doing in the virtualization space? The storage decisions to support virtualized environments–are supported by NetApp clusters.NetApp Virtual Storage Console is a vSphere plug designed to simplify storage administration within vSphere deployments; for example, reporting on storage utilization down at the vSphere level. There are tool sets to provide information on setting up optimal SCSI values for VMs and reporting on any mis-configurations or mis-alignments on storage connectivity settings between the NetApp storage controllers and the ESX servers. Settings can be corrected automatically at a click. It also collects troubleshooting support information about the ESX servers.VMware View Composerlinked clones allow you to create multiple identical virtual desktops from a single image–ideal in call centers and other environments where identical desktops are used. The desktop operating system and applications are stored separately from the user data. This allows the users desktop images that have been deployed from linked clones to be patched centrally from a master image without changing user settings or user data. This saves storage space centrally. The most space is used up by individual user data sets however, typically representing more than half of the storage requirement in virtualized installations. NetAppDedupe saves up to 65% with VMware View. In environments that do not support linked clones (operating system, or applications) users can use NetApp Flex-clone technology (a vCenter plug-in). This provides similar storage savings to linked clones of up to 90% on desktop images. NetApp has intelligent or dedupe aware cache, which improves performance that can be otherwise reduced due bottlenecks in desktop provisioning, such as at when workers boot up their systems. Traditional solutions are designed to augment the cache to compensate for performance bursts. If you reduce the number of drives you write to–you will need more cache at the front to write to or boot from.Dedupe aware cache means that the 100 desktops sharing a master image are loaded into cache only once–to be used 100 times–rather than being loaded into cache 100 times.
  • Combining the powerful Cisco UCS tools with System Center’s managing and provisioning tools allows businesses to monitor, provision, configure, and orchestrate their physical infrastructure and Microsoft server and application softwareat every level from one interface.T: All of this is what brings the true benefits for customers.  
  • Cisco UCS is a powerful solution set. When Microsoft System Center 2012 is added, it enhances UCS in very compelling ways.Together, these technologies provide a unified architecture that help IT Administrators and IT Managers manage and orchestrate server and networking infrastructure as well as the software stack.T: Microsoft System Center functions can be categorized into three broad capabilities.
  • When you connect to Cisco UCS using System Center Operations Manager(SCOM), it provides you the complete picture of infrastructure health. You can start by look at the UCS domain at a very high level and continue all the way down to individual components in the UCS. For example, starting at the fabric interconnect you could be looking at the faults coming out of a blade, and follow it all the way down to CPU memory modules, power supplies, and fan modules.T: Management becomes easier when you can see a clear picture of the entire infrastructure.
  • Key Takeaway: The FlexPod architecture is designed to leverage third-party orchestration and ITSM tools via a robust suite of APIs at all levels.
  • You may recognize this slide from the sales training. The reason that this slide is here is the next 6 slides highlight how Cisco UCS Manager Management Pack and UCS Orchestrator Integration Pack work with System Center 2012 Operations Manager and Orchestrator to enhance the automation and monitoring of Cisco UCS.T: UCS Manager Management Pack enables Operations Manager to easily monitor the health of UCS.
  • Standardization are key in building internal DC cloud architectures for application and desktop. UCS places the entire Access Layer, server, LAN and SAN, under one pane of glass to profoundly reduce admin overhead. It exploits IO Consolidation (reducing infrastructure while providing direct SAN storage access), and provides robust servers whereby an enterprise can virtualize those same mid to low-end servers, further reducing CapEx and downtime, with faster provisioning, increased utilization:Unified Fabric: Provides dramatic reduction in network adapters, dramatically reducing the number of devices powered, cooled, secured, and managed.Embedded Multi-Role Management: Is embedded in the fabric interconnects, to manage all aspects of system configuration and operation, while eliminating the need to use separate element managers for each system component. This functionality provides a massive reduction in management modules and consoles while harmonizing data center roles for maximum productivity.VN Link Virtualization Support/Virtualization Adapter: Gives network links connected to VMs the same status as physical links. Now, virtual links can be centrally configured and managed without the complexity of traditional systems that interpose multiple switching layers in virtualized environments. I/O configurations and network profiles move along with the VMs, helping to increase security and efficiency while reducing complexity. This approach improves performance and reduces NIC infrastructure. Dynamic Provisioning with Service Profiles: UCS Manager implements role and policy-based management focused on service profiles and templates. As soon as the servers are in place they can be quickly provisioned for service using standard profiles, providing network and SAN connectivity in minutes, rather than hours or days. 
  • Cisco UCS is unique in the industry: its open, XML API management interface delivers both the broadest options for third party management tools AND deep functional integration with capabilities only UCS can deliverAdministrators can manage UCS with their existing tools and gain the benefits that UCS provides without upending their IT Processes.Over 9000 objects in UCSM available to developers via XML APIBACKGROUND:It’s important to understand the differences between UCS Manager and third-party management software and how they integrate for a complementary solution. UCS Manager is embedded within every UCS instance at no cost and focuses on infrastructure-level control and configuration.Operating systems and application stacks sit atop UCS to deliver business services. IT manages these software layers within a datacenter and across multiple locations. This is where third-party management solutions come into play.Numerous management software products have built deep integrations to UCS, enabling users to take advantage of unique UCS capabilities within the context of existing IT processes.At its heart, UCS is a standard x86 platform, providing a seamless application management experience.UCS service profiles speed application provisioning and make datacenter automation tools more powerful by extending configuration management to the infrastructure layer.UCS works with IT’s monitoring and performance tools of choice so that administrators have a painless experience migrating from legacy platforms.Cisco’s UCS management ecosystem includes leading systems management vendors, big and small, allowing users to pick what is right for their environment.UCS helps IT migrate services from legacy infrastructure by providing a seamless management experience with monitoring and provisioning tools. Monitoring tools combine standard UCS interfaces with UCS’s unified view of the compute infrastructure for deep visibility into application health.Provisioning tools deploy standard x86 operating systems on UCS Service Profiles to quickly build new application instances.Workload agility seeks to match application capacity with demand, leading to repeated deployment and configuration of application stacks. Deployment and configuration tools can provision the complete hardware-software stack by leveraging Service Profiles in combination with existing OS-and-above capabilities. UCS Service Profiles provide policy-enforcement to guarantee consistently deployed infrastructure.IT is increasingly turning to pre-approved service offerings that users and administrators choose from a catalog.Whether in the context of cloud or self-service IT initiatives , users and administrators want integrated services spanning server, network, and storage.UCS’s comprehensive management API helps unify infrastructureelements with pools and service profiles to speed the service definition and orchestration process.To achieve service assurance, IT proactively identifies and monitors application infrastructure to ensure customer success. UCS provides monitoring tools with deep visibility into network and compute health to proactively avoid service disruptions caused by performance bottlenecks or other degradation.Analysis and performance tools can quickly identify infrastructure resources and map their relationships through UCS ‘s unified interface into the compute infrastructure.UCSM Release 1.4 includes support for C-SeriesThe UCS C-Series integration with UCS Manager fulfills Cisco’s commitment to providing an easy, incremental migration path from traditional, operationally intensive rack-mount architectures to unified computing. Now IT managers have a means of centrally managing all UCS blade and rack-mount servers in a UCS Manager domain, enjoying the Unified Computing System’s unique operational efficiency and agility regardless of form-factor. Integration of the UCS C-Series into UCS Manager helps create a standardized, form factor-neutral, efficient, agile and scalable application service delivery platform.
  • We are starting to see some announcements in the industry around unified storage. But unified is about being much more than multi-protocol.It’s about multiple profiles (performance, cost, etc.) being satisfied by the same architecture, without having to pick and choose and learn. Avoid rip and replace, etc. It’s about reducing complexity, and driving up utilization.You see, with our unified architecture, it’s a single operating system to give you control over your storage, regardless of how you access it in your data center.You have many applications in your data center, but many times in the past you have had to use different types of storage to satisfy the requirements of each application. With Data ONTAP, you can run the same operating system across a variety of storage controllers, taking advantage of a feature set that gives you the flexibility to virtualise storage on other vendor’s disk arrays, accelerate data sets with SSD’s, and operate it from a single pane of glass. This simplified management will allow you to focus on performance, growth, and efficiency.Next slide: One Architecture for many Workloads
  • Purpose of the slide: Discuss the current situation and the drivers behind monumental data growthKey points:A new abundance is data has been largely driven by two factors 1)machine generated data and 2)the consumerization of IT. Lets look at each, starting with machine generated data. By some estimates, there are nearly 1 trillion devices that can be connected to the internet. Many of these devices are data generators – smart meters, traffic sensors, and medical devices to name a few. Businesses love this new access to data because it provides levels of insight that were unheard of just a few years ago. Services can be enhanced, efficiencies can be increased – in short, data is becoming a competitive advantage.Next there is the consumerization of IT. It started with rich media attachments to email – a picture is worth a thousand words, right? Then came YouTube, and it seemed that every company started to create videos to promote themselves. Now we have Facebook, with 800 million users worldwide. Once people saw how easy it was to communicate with their friends outside work, they started to form online communities to connect with co-workers in the workplace.While the move to data-driven has created business opportunities, it is not without challenges. IT is now faced with ever-increasing demands to serve more data to more people, and to do this continuously. Storage capacity is fairly easy to scale, but data and more importantly data management is not so easy. Controlling costs and providing 100% online access to data becomes very difficult to scale.
  • Purpose of the slide: To explain how the storage efficiency capabilities of Data ONTAP® are second to none, delivering substantial savings to both capex and opex.Key points:Storage efficiency is something that a lot of people talk about, so let’s take a moment to discuss what’s so different about NetApp's approach. To us, storage efficiency is not a feature, it's a way of designing. It’s a commitment to a long-term technology agenda where we exploit every possible opportunity to drive the cost per gigabyte down.We employ multiple agendas. We design for using the lowest-cost components, like SATA drives, and we provide either a performance acceleration or a reliability profile to those SATA drives. This is very, very different from what the raw building block can do. The combination of SATA with software innovation in the brain like RAID-DP, while being able to apply Flash as a technology for performance acceleration, leads to an endpoint where, for half the cost, you get double the capacity for the same performance. When you talk about getting different results, “twice as much for half the cost” is a great example.We also employ a variety of data reduction techniques, including primary-level deduplication, compression, and more. The variety of data reduction techniques reduce the amount of data on the disk and traveling over the network. We also go after your raw utilization; if you have a bucket, you can force more into it. You can apply thin provisioning, you can apply the fact that with a unified architecture you don’t have stranded assets in the various silos driving overall utilization up.And finally, you can make fewer copies. One of the biggest cost drivers in the storage infrastructure is the fact that every time a primary copy of data is created, roughly about 20 to 25 copies of that data are also created — test and development copies, backup copies, and disaster recovery copies. These are full copies of data, and they all require raw storage. So if you can eliminate any of those copies by providing those copies to the applications in a virtualized environment, you reduce the cost of storage.So storage efficiency is a way of thinking. We seek every single way in which we can drive the dollar per effective gigabyte down. Our recent market share gains are proof that users like you are seeing these kinds of results and coming back for more. Once they're familiar with our storage efficiency story, they begin to realize that they can apply us in more applications, because they can get benefit of the lower dollar per gigabyte. That’s what a mature storage operating system can do.
  • Purpose of the slide:Compare a traditional storage infrastructure to an agile data infrastructureKey points:For decades, we’ve been deploying storage in silos – one silo for Financial Apps, one for Engineering, one for Email – all based on different technologies and the capabilities needed to support the requirements of that silo. Over time, we improved the capabilities of the silo, starting with SAN and NAS, and then Unified, shared storage – but as you can see, the data was still locked within its silo.
  • Purpose of the slide:Introduce the agile data infrastructureKey points:With today’s monumental data growth and the complexity of managing data at scale, the silo’d approach soon begins to break down. Each silo has specific characteristics that cannot be shared with other silos. On the other hand, an agile data infrastructure shares all characteristics between all storage devices in the infrastructure. One of the benefits of this is a single management layer that enforces policies for automated provisioning and protection throughout the infrastructure (intelligent.)Another benefit is continuous access to data from a single storage pool, regardless of the need for upgrades and replacements (immortal.)Finally, this infrastructure provides unlimited, seamless scaling in 3 dimensions – Capacity, Performance, and Operational (Infinite.)You’ll notice that there is a lot happening on this slide. Volumes are growing, copies are being made for backup and replication, performance bottlenecks are being addressed – its hard to keep up with it all – just like its hard to keep up with your IT operations. But you’ll notice that despite everything that’s changing, data is still being fed to and from users. That’s a key point in agility, to keep operations moving in spite of constant change.
  • Microsoft private cloud with Cisco and Netapp - Flexpod solution

    1. 1. Microsoft Private CloudFlexPod for Microsoft Private Cloud DC Bootcamp Sam Van den Abeele – NetApp Mohamed Agzenay – Cisco SystemsCisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute.
    2. 2. NetApp: The Foundation of Agile ITApplications/DatabasesVirtualizationComputeNetworkDataManagement Multivendor SAN 2
    3. 3. FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud 3
    4. 4. FlexPod with Microsoft Private Cloud  FlexPod™ with Microsoft® Private Cloud, an integrated NetApp® and Cisco® solution for Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track, is a prevalidated Microsoft private cloud reference implementation  First Fast Track 2.0 Validated Design Cisco® UCS™B-Series − Fully integrated with System Center 2012 Blade Servers and and the Cloud Services Process Pack UCS Manager − Based on FlexPod, an industry-leading packaged data center solution − The most scalable Hyper-V™ platform on the Cisco Nexus® market; save 50% of storage capacity Family Switches guaranteed!  Accelerates private cloud deployments at reduced risk NetApp® FAS − All HW components are shipping now Storage Systems − Reference implementation is available now − Learn more: − − 4
    5. 5. FlexPod with Microsoft Private CloudValidated with Citrix XenDesktop  Citrix XenDesktop is the first validated workload on FlexPod™ with Microsoft® Private Cloud  First Fast Track 2.0 Validated Design − Fully integrated with Microsoft System Center 2012 and Citrix XenDesktop 5.6 Cisco® UCS™ B-Series − Validated to run 2,000 virtual desktops Blade Servers and − The most scalable VDI solution on the market UCS Manager − Save 50% of storage capacity, guaranteed!  Accelerates VDI deployments at reduced risk Cisco Nexus® − Provision and manage large VDI environments Family Switches quickly and efficiently − Provision 2,000 VMs 25 times faster than with traditional SAN − All HW components are shipping now − Reference implementation is available now NetApp® FAS Storage Systems  Learn more: − − 5
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    7. 7. A Perfect ComplimentIndustry Leadership Storage Servers & Networking 10GbE leader EthernetEthernet Expertise 1st FCoE Storage Market LeaderProtocol Support Unified Storage Unified Fabric Leading StorageVirtualization Focus 1st Virtualized Severs Innovator Simplified SimplifiedOpen Unified Management Data Management Network Infrastructure 7
    8. 8. What is Microsoft Private Cloud? Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 8.
    9. 9. The Microsoft Private Cloud Journey Hybrid Public Cloud Cloud Private Cloud Automation – Orchestration IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Microsoft Private Cloud Microsoft Windows Server 2008/2012 and System Center Virtualization Microsoft Windows Server Consolidation Hyper-V “FlexPod” Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 9.
    10. 10. Simplify Your Journey to the Cloud Share SQL Exch ® ® VDI Point Server 2010 Validated Enterprise MS Designs VDI Secure Multi-Tenancy Apps Apps J o Apps i nServers tNetwork HybridStorage P a t Microsoft Private h w Cloud on FlexPod a Validated Data Center y s Design Cooperative Services and Support (geography dependant) Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 10.
    11. 11. Unification of Industry Leading Technologies FlexPod – A Simple, Secure Microsoft Private Cloud Solution Prevalidated technologies from industry leaders in computing, storage, networking, and server virtualization One platform built from unified computing, fabric, and storage technologies, with popular and trusted software virtualization Integrated components that help you centrally manage all your infrastructure pools Open management framework that Address current virtualization integrates with your existing third-party needs and simplify the evolution infrastructure management solutions to ITaaS infrastructure Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 11.
    12. 12. Cisco and NetApp Integration: Multi Tenants andResiliency Path isolation from the Physical and virtualEnd-to-end VLANs VM through the resiliency network to the disk Infrastructure Tenant Tenant Tenant Tenant No single point of server, network, or storage failure Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 12.
    13. 13. Cisco + Microsoft Integration: Smaller Hardware Footprints, Virtual Network, and ControlMemory Optimized Unified Fabric with I/O VM Network VisibilityServer – Max VM Virtualization and and Control Density Consolidation 10GbE/FCoE Eth FC FC Eth vNICs Microsoft Windows Server/Hyper-V High availability high 0 1 2 3 256 vnics density blade Cisco Nexus 1000V PCIe x16 Virtual network connectivityHigher density virtual Provision SAN and LAN Return networkhost means reduced connections similar to a management to the server cost virtual machine networking team Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 13.
    14. 14. NetApp and Microsoft Windows Server Integration Data Protection, Disaster Recovery, and Space SavingsIntegrated backup at Unified backup and Production data the VM and business continuance deduplication application layer, CVS 2.0 supportedSnapManager for Hyper-V SnapMirror enhanced with Microsoft System Center NetApp Data deduplication (SMHV), Microsoft SQL, Exchange, and SharePointEfficient, automated, an Integrated backup, disaster Half the disks and reduces d array base recovery and business replication bandwidth continuity solution Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 14.
    15. 15. Microsoft Windows Server and Hyper-V onFlexPod Virtualized StorageVirtualization drives up hardwarerequirements: Hyper-V Cluster  De-dupe saves up to 65% in Virtual Desktop environment  De-dupe saves up to 50% in Virtual Server environment  FlexClone for rapid, easy deployment  Intelligent Cache–more I/Os, less diskManage data not disks:  Single pane management with Microsoft System Center and/or PowerShell Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 15.
    16. 16. Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 16.
    17. 17. FlexPod for Microsoft Private Cloud Management Integration – Key ComponentsApplications Microsoft FlexClone OnCommand Data ONTAP for rapid Plug-In for PowerShell provisioning Microsoft toolkit for integration and automation NetApp SnapMirror for disaster recovery SnapManager for backup and recovery - SMHV, SMSQL, SMEXCH, SMSHPT Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 19.
    18. 18. ManagementOnCommand 3.2 Plugin for Microsoft with SCOM• Leverage your existing storage management tools and skills.• Use the same consistent interface to manage all of your NetApp storage systems.• Simplify your data management through integration with Microsoft technology.• Support SNMP and MIB management standardsOnCommand 3.2 Plugin for Microsoft with SCVMM / SSP• VM to storage mapping• PRO tips• Integration with Microsoft Self Service PortalManagement MPs, PRO Tips, Manage processes SSP 2.0 Scripts and operations
    19. 19. Orchestration PowerShell cmdlets Data ONTAP FlexCloneOrchestration End-to-end workflows Opalis Integration Packs
    20. 20. Systems Center Orchestrator
    21. 21. AlertingDiscoveryManagement Reporting Performance Pro TipsManagement MPs, PRO Tips, Manage processes SSP 2.0 Scripts and operations
    22. 22. Microsoft SCVMM – SMI-S Unified Storage Architecture
    23. 23. SnapManager for Hyper-V• Fast Backups and Restores – Back up with automated, low impact, policy-based data protection.• Simplified Disaster Recovery – Automate remote replication for streamlined disaster recovery.• Reduced Storage Costs – Deploy space-efficient backup and cloning, data deduplication, and volume thin provisioning to reduce storage costs for your Microsoft virtualized environment.• Nondisruptive Operations – Maintain operations during storage infrastructure maintenance and upgrades and easily scale storage without taking systems offline.
    24. 24. Microsoft SCVMM – Feature Integration Unified Storage Architecture
    25. 25. Windows 2012, Hyper-V and NetApp• Support for Hyper-V on SMB 3.0 – Data ONTAP Operating in Cluster-Mode• Key Scenarios – Data ONTAP Continuous Availability Shares – Windows 2012 ODX – Support for VSS for SMB file shares VSS for SMB CAshares 27
    26. 26. Cisco UCS and Microsoft System Center 2012Measure and Automate at Every Layer Embedded in Cisco UCS products:  Provides end-to-end management of the Cisco UCS platform  Eliminates the need for an external management server  Enables rapid provisioning and scaling of IT infrastructure UCS Manager  Comprehensive XML API gives customers programmatic capability to choose or build their management tools Cisco UCS Manager seamlessly integrates with Microsoft System Center tools such as Operations Manager, Orchestrator, and Virtual Machine Manager • Utilization of Cisco power to enhance your existing management tools and skill sets • Operation of a single Microsoft interface to with manage, monitor, measure and automate at every layer • One management system for both of physical and virtual machines Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 28.
    27. 27. Cisco UCS and Microsoft System Center 2012Provide A Powerful Solution Cisco UCS brings software control to hardware infrastructure that is easily managed by Microsoft System Center 2012 UCS Manager Unified management  A single point of platform management for the UCS Manager entire system  Monitoring  IO Fabric  Troubleshooting  Chassis and Servers  Inventory  Adapters and Virtual  Reporting I/O  Data protection  Centralized  Patching  A policy-driven Standardized device manager provisioning of application services  Configuration Virtual machine  Fault management  Monitoring Process automation tools Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 29.
    28. 28. Microsoft Operations Manager and Cisco UCSManager Simplify Monitoring Holistic view of converged infrastructure health  Monitor alerts and faults on chassis, blades, fabric interconnects, I/O power supply, fan modules, etc.  Manage multiple Cisco UCS domains with single management pack Simple and powerful visualizations  Graphical views of Cisco UCS topology  Graphical views of physical and logical entities and relationships Reliable information  Cisco UCS XML API provides a powerful, supported interface for Operations Manager Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 30.
    29. 29. FlexPod Management Architecture System Center Self-Service Portal Orchestration/ITSM System Center Powershell APIs Troubleshooting Management Provisioning Cisco UCS Cisco UCS Manager APIs Cisco DCNM APIs NetApp Manageability APIs NetApp Operations, Provisioning,, and Protection Managers “OnCommand” Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 31.
    30. 30. Microsoft Server Applications in Private Cloud Environment Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 32.
    31. 31. FlexPod and Microsoft System Center 2012 AreTightly IntegratedEase IT management through a single interface Software Operations Orchestrator Manager Management Pack Integration Pack Integration .NET Library UCS Manager + NetApp OnCommand Infrastructure Physical and Virtual Cisco Unified Compute System NetApp FAS Storage Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 33.
    32. 32. Logical View of the Cisco UCS SAN A LAN SAN B COMPUTE Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 34.
    33. 33. Cisco Unified Computing Solution Mgmt Server A single system that encompasses:  Network: Unified fabric  Compute: Industry standard x86  Storage: Access options  Virtualization optimized Unified management model  Dynamic resource provisioning Efficient Scale  Cisco network scale and services  Fewer servers with more memory Lower cost  Fewer servers, switches, adapters, cables  Lower power consumption  Fewer points of management Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 35.
    34. 34. Efficiency Legacy FlexPod© Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 36 36.
    35. 35. Stateless Computing Service Profile UUID, MAC,WWN Boot info firmwareService profiles simplify orchestration: LAN, SAN Config LAN, SAN Counts Server mobility Firmware… Detached from physical devices Reusable configuration Web Server Service Profile Hyper-V Host Migration File Server Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 37.
    36. 36. Access Layer Consolidation with Cisco UnifiedComputing System SAN A Cisco UCS consolidates entire LAN Access Layer into a single point of management SAN B Reduction in real estate in data center power and cooling Unified Reduction in time to deploy Network Mgmt Chassis Mgmt Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 38.
    37. 37. A Single, Logical, Expandable Blade ServerChassis Add One UCS Blade Chassis Add One UCS Blade ChassisArchitectural limit of 320 supported Add One UCS Blade Chassis as of 2.0.2 Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 39.
    38. 38. Cisco UCS Consolidated Rack and BladeManagement – Cisco UCM Consolidates the server provisioning process onto a single tool Role-based access control (RBAC) allows independent LAN, SAN, and server administrators management domains Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 40.
    39. 39. Cisco UCS Management Ecosystem Manage Cisco UCS with industry standard tools Cisco Intelligent NetApp OnCommand Microsoft Automation for Cloud Management PowerShell, System Center Microsoft Systems Center and Application Operating PowerShell Stack System and Service Orchestration Software Provisioning and Configuration Management Monitoring and Analysis Cisco UCS Manager Cisco UCS Visibility and Unified Control API Control Service Profiles Cisco UCS Pools Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 41.
    40. 40. $1.6 billion revenue run rate +15 800 CustomersCisco UCSMarket #3 market share in x86 blades; #2 in USMomentum +2600 Channel Partners >64 world record performance benchmarks Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 42 42.
    41. 41. NetApp and Microsoft Private Cloud Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute 44.
    42. 42. Unified: Much More than Multi-Protocol Protocols Low-to-High Scalability One Architecture One O/S FC NFSFCoE CIFS Unified ManagementiSCSI HTTP  Same tools & Multi-Vendor processes: Cost/Performance Virtualisation learn once, run everywhere Flash Cache  Integrated data SSD management  Integrated data FlexCache protection ®
    43. 43. Hardware is Merely a Means to Scale Data Ontap Ontap-v VSA FAS2000 FAS3200 FAS6200 V-Series VM X - YTB 68 - 272TB 480TB – 1.9PB 2.4 - 2.9PB Virtualize 3rd Party Arrays Natively multiprotocol Architectural repeatability Operational consistency NetApp® Storage Portfolio NetApp Confidential - Internal Use Only 46
    44. 44. Relentless Data Growth A Decade of Monumental Growth* If you were storing 100TB of online data in 2010, you will store:  1.1 PB in 2016 (11x) Terabytes  2.5 PB in 2018 (25x)  5.8 PB in 2020 (58x) * Based on industry average 50% annual growth Projected Enterprise Workload Growth 2010-2015Worldwide Storage Consumption 25 Exabytes Decision Support Business Processing IT Infrastructure 20 Exabytes Collaborative Web Infrastructure 15 Exabytes Application Development Industrial R&D 10 Exabytes 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: IDC Multi-Client Study, Storage Workloads 2011, September 2011 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 47
    45. 45. Today’s Opportunity and ChallengesData Growth Impact On Business Unleashes new business innovation Enables new products and services Becomes a competitive advantageData Growth Impact On IT Becomes harder to manage at scale Constant growth becomes cost prohibitive Rapid growth makes it harder for IT to say “yes” to the business NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 48
    46. 46. Storage EfficiencyBenefit: Cost containment in an era of monumental growthLow-cost components  SATA drives Uncontrolled  RAID-DP ® Data Growth Cost  Flash Cache SATA/ RAID-DPData reduction Snapshot™ Technology  Deduplication Thin Provisioning  Compression CloningIncreased utilization Deduplication  Thin Provisioning Compression  Unified architecture Flash CacheFewer full copies  FlexClone® Data Growth Over Time  Deduped backup NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 49
    47. 47. Traditional Storage Infrastructure Agile Data Infrastructure Shared Storage Tiers Non-virtualized Virtualized Servers Unix NFS Administration Windows CIFS Administration Big Data LUN Administration Servers Content Servers Microsoft Active Windows NIS Server Oracle /home/dir Exchange Server SQL Server Directory Clients Workloads & Users NFS CIFS ISCSI FCoE FCP A B C D E Ethernet FC Switch Switch Policy-Based Data Management Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 Unified Data Network FCP FCoE iSCSI /vol/sqllun CIFS/SMB NFS/pNFS /vol/oracldata/vol/exch/backup /vol/exchlun/vol/orcl/backup /vol/eng/users Asynch Synch/vol/user/backup Replication Replication /vol/sqllun /vol/oraclmirror Backup and Administration NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 50
    48. 48. Agile Data Infrastructure Non-virtualized Virtualized Servers Big Data Servers Content Servers Workloads & Users A B C D E Policy-Based Data Management Replication CopyGrowth All UnexpectedResolved Backup Copy Growth Performance Issue Performance Without UnexpectedCreation System UpgradeIssue Actions OccurCreationCapacity Expansion Needed Growth Issue Needed in-WorkloadA Resolved D Workload E - Workload CB Disruption to Users Unified Data Network FCP FCoE iSCSI CIFS/SMB NFS/pNFS A1 C1 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 51
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