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Ibm spectrum accelerate, xiv as software, the new enterprise ready software

  1. 1. © 2015 IBM Corporation XIV Software Defined Storage
  2. 2. 2 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. IBM Spectrum Accelerate  What is XIV Software Defined Storage (SDS), Value and Positioning  Use cases  Licensing options  Architecture and Features  Demo  Support, Services and Tools
  3. 3. 3 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. IBM Spectrum Accelerate What is XIV SDS?
  4. 4. 5 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. IBM Spectrum Storage family Storage and Data Control Data access Flexibility to integrate and interoperate with Storage or Cloud Services
  5. 5. 6 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. XIV Gen3 integrated system is … Optimized, high performance grid hardware XIV Software (5639-YYB) + Integrated, factory tested, ready to use, 24x7 complete service
  6. 6. 7 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. XIV Software Defined Storage is … XIV Software X86 server X86 server X86 server + 3 to 15 Storage Nodes Client provided
  7. 7. 8 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. IBM Spectrum Accelerate - XIV as Software Redefining Economics of Storage Systems Overview Software based on IBM XIV storage that extends XIV enterprise capabilities, such as tuning-free consistent performance, to new delivery models needed by next-generation application environments Key Capabilities  Enterprise cloud storage in minutes, leveraging commodity hardware  Hotspot-free performance and QoS without any manual or background tuning needed  Advanced remote replication, role-based security, and multi- tenancy  Deploy on premise or on the cloud  Hyper-scale management of dozens of PB  Best in class VMware and OpenStack integration Benefits  Similar features and functions as an XIV integrated system  Compatible with XIV system for management and replication  Enterprise-class function and data availability  Maximized business agility and flexibility  Simplified acquisition and rapid deployment  Minimized administration and training costs  Exceptional ease of use 8 … …
  8. 8. 11 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. What your customer should know about XIV as Software  Easy to use, with proven architecture and features  Zero performance optimization needed; tune- free scaling  Consolidated management; enterprise features  Capacity planning, monitoring, reporting externalization  Same user experience across any deployment model  Easy to acquire, license and deploy  Download from IBM site; get up and running fast  Licensing flat and flexible: per usable TiB, perpetual, fixed monthly, or both; transferrable; functions included; no hidden costs;  Low TCO  Drive self service automation and private cloud deployment  Drive down costs of acquisition and maintenance  High end storage at lower entry point – 3 nodes Value point XIV SDS Guaranteed consistent performance for all workloads with zero tuning  Enterprise features: advanced snapshots, consistency groups, remote mirroring, multi-tenancy and more  Proven resiliency and robustness at some of the world’s largest firms; protects data through multi tenancy, self-healing, super-fast rebuilds  Low touch ease of use; Hyper- Scale Manager, GUI, CLI; Mobile apps; OpenStack cloud integrations  Powerful QoS  Full automation via REST 
  9. 9. 12 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Use Cases
  10. 10. 13 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. The Storage Challenge Pain points  Data Integrity + Security  Keep data safe, take snapshots  Availability  Run at 50% capacity to tolerate a failure , lacking DR  Performance  Adding workloads, impacts performance  Economics ($)  Reduce expenses, Maximize resources  Manageability  No scale out. Capacity planning is a very difficult Objectives  Reduce Time to provision  Applications (VMs) : Minutes/Hours  Compute layer: Weeks  Storage layer: Months  Flexibility and Scale out compute / storage at the same time  Better prediction of future organization needs  Converged computing  Portability between resources  Time to procure storage drops significantly
  11. 11. 14 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Where is the answer?
  12. 12. 15 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Software Defined Storage landscape  Over 20 vendors are making a claim to one or more segments of the SDS market  XIV SDS  VMware VSAN  EMC ScaleIO  NetApp Edge  HP  Red Hat  Microsoft  Gridstore  Swiftstack  Scality  CloudByte  Nexenta  Maxta  Amplidata Software Defined Storage Software Only Appliance Internal Storage Pooling External Storage Pooling Internal & External Storage Pool  EMC ViPR  NetApp (Data ONTAP + Flex Array)  DataCore Software  PernixData  Sanbolic (Melio)  Atlantis Computing  IBM Elastic Storage Hyper Converged Appliance  Nutanix  Scale Computing  Simplivity  EMC ECS  Coraid  Coho Data  Amplidata  Sanbolic (RocketOne)  Dell (Nutanix OEM)  IBM ESS  SVC Storage Appliance
  13. 13. 16 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Web Scale – Search For The Ideal Data Center  Journey to the cloud  Data Center standardization and automation  Bring new products and services to market rapidly  Test / Dev  Application sandbox  New apps, rapid capacity growth  Shift from CAPEX to OPEX Prineville, Oregon Lenoir, North Carolina Chicago, Illinois From SAN for clustered application servers to  75% less space and power  Rack-level HA  Easily and predictably scaled: one “brick” at a time  Simply managed: Server /App team not reliant on Storage team  No reliance on hardware for performance / resilience
  14. 14. 17 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Remote & Branch Offices  HA storage for smaller environments  Keep branches up and running  Have reliable, secure backup and recovery processes  Affordable disaster recovery  Leverage current server infrastructure at remote offices  Typically lack the specialized IT resources needed  Space and power footprints are often limited  Centralize management  Reduce staffing costs  Creates a single storage solution for all locations
  15. 15. 18 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Scalable and modular building block  Consolidate storage and compute resources into a single appliance  Enables the IT administrator to singlehandedly manage the entire data center stack  Allows standardization of network, compute, power and environmentals  Leverage existing Data Center services and maintenance contracts  Simplifies the architecture when lacking specialized, domain-specific skill sets Flat & Simple DC
  16. 16. 19 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Bridge to Hybrid Cloud  Backup to and recover from the cloud  Replicate to the cloud (intermediate DR) instead of host based replication  Easily adapt to changing customer demands  Create ad-hoc test environments  Enable Cloud Service Providers to provide advanced XIV storage features
  17. 17. 20 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Business motivators  Avoid “forklift” upgrade situations  Add advanced data services into the environment without a heavy uplift  Enterprise storage within financial reach  Mid size firm without large investment in IT  Start small and grow  Try & Buy  Existing SW maintenance is high? Become familiar with XIV  Server investment protection  Create a modern storage system from existing servers
  18. 18. 21 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. New storage model for disk-based backup and archiving  TV Broadcasting:  Digitalize TV shows and offer an online service  Need to increase content 10x, reduce cost by 4-5x  Banks  Allowed to store only part of backups in the cloud  Looking for a server based solution on premise  Telco Regulation compliance:  Need to save raw data  Finer resolution than tape  Governmental :  “For us, it means cheap, simple to manage storage, for applications that don't require high SLA”
  19. 19. 22 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Driving Factors in IT Organization  65% of CIO’s reporting to CFO/COO  Storage seen as a cost center  CTO acting as operating officer of IT  Inherent tension between  Doing IT right   doing IT fast  Doing IT safely   doing IT innovatively  Working the plan   adapting  IT restructuring is happening:  The grow-and-change function becomes a more full-fledged development function  Need to focus the discussion on C level or Director level, not the storage admin  Target servers/middle ware/applications team CIO CTO Run Demand Grow CIO CTO Run Demand Grow P&L owners
  20. 20. 23 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Designing XIV as SW For Competitive Advantage Who What Wow XIV differentiation in SDS CIO can dynamically scale storage infrastructure for new (CAMSS) apps without significant up-front investments and -50% operational cost • Open to any x86 hardware supported by ESX 5.5 • All inclusive license , no hidden/extra costs • Less skilled FTE’s needed Storage administrator can guarantee for CAMSS applications storage provisioned automatically in a self serviced manner enterprise level SLA's • High end maturity level • Business continuity features • Predictable performance, no tuning • Advanced IBM RAS • Cloud integration readiness • High grid performance Cloud administrator can deploy a complete elastic storage on his own in less than a day, as easy as with virtual servers • Ordering & Deployment agility • No prerequisite skills required • Install & repair experience inherited from XIV install base Affordable Reliable Simple
  21. 21. 24 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Target clients Enterprise clients with datacenters and skills in- house to deploy their own Grid- Scale storage solutions that will leverage existing datacenter infrastructure in new ways: flat $/TB, scalable, low TCO Existing XIV clients who want to extend the capability of the XIV interface across existing datacenter infrastructure: small remote sites, low cost DR. private cloud SIs and large BPs that have the skills and capability to offer value- add services and integrated, easy to build, scalable, & reliable block data management offering, able to address client needs where XIV cannot be directly leveraged due to size or cost ISVs who need an easy to build, scalable, reliable and simple to deploy & manage storage capability for their purpose-built solutions. Adopting an enterprise proven capability for data solutions
  22. 22. 25 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. What can your customer do with XIV SDS  Deploy with choice across hardware, software, cloud, or a mix  Standardize operations and services; reduce procurement  Extend data center resources or converge them into a single appliance  Run ad hoc projects and repurpose hardware when done  Rapidly deploy an “application sandbox”  Run a diversity of traditional storage OLTP and new workloads  Deliver high end storage to Tier 1/2/3/4 applications  Store cold data or basic workloads on existing data center storage  Accommodate cloud and analytics workloads with guaranteed SLAs  Deploy consistent HA storage to smaller or distributed organizations (banks, schools, remote offices), while using lower-cost servers and drives  Provide DR and other advanced solutions to branch organizations Flexible operations Remote office/ Branch office Application environments Disaster recovery and backup  Mirror to the cloud or a system running XIV as Software  Execute server-based on-premise backup solutions  Perform cloud-based backup, recovery, archiving to data center servers  Run across an on-premise XIV system and off-premise cloud like SoftLayer  Perform cloud-based backup, recovery, archiving to data center servers  Out-of-the-box integration with any product based on XIV technology Hybrid & SoftLayer
  23. 23. 26 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Licensing options
  24. 24. 27 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. XIV SDS Pricing  Priced per TiB of usable hard capacity  Level, predictable pricing  Affordable to start small & grow  Offered two ways using Passport Advantage (SQO): 1. Perpetual license - includes one year of subscription & service (S&S) 1. Paid up front 2. S&S renewal will be 20% of entitled price 3. There is a charge for renewing a lapsed S&S agreement 2. Monthly license - includes S&S 1. Payable: monthly, quarterly, annually 2. Automatic renewal Sizing tool will be available to determine the usable capacity of a proposed HW config. We will have dedicated training sessions on using Passport Advantage and the SQO tool, as well as training for the sizing tool.
  25. 25. 28 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Pricing terms  License  Client has the right to use the original release of software for as long as they want (“like they own it”)  Subscription  Gives client the right to any new releases offered while they are covered by a subscription  Service  IBM will provide service and support on the software at no additional charge while covered  S&S  Subscription & service (lingo our SW group uses)  SWMA  Software Maintenance (STG lingo for S&S)
  26. 26. 29 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. XIV SDS capacity based pricing  Based on the “XIV” formatted, usable capacity of the hardware configuration  Based on a given, supported client HW config, we calculate the capacity (with our new sizing tool)  Like XIV Gen3, usable is after spares, data distribution mirroring, meta space, etc.  Not how much capacity the client is actually using/consuming  HONOR system: No license keys used or capacity enforcement!  Client can have XIV SDS installed on more capacity than licensed  Daily heartbeat records (like XIV Gen3 - via email push) will report capacity to IBM event center where we will run exception reports
  27. 27. 30 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. License management with Hyper-Scale Manager  View capacity utilization of the different license types across managed systems  View license utilization status (capacity licenses vs. actually managed)  Receive warning upon reaching or exceeding license limit  Generate reports showing the history of license utilization over the last 12 months  Use CLI command to generate a history report of the capacity changes within a system during the last month
  28. 28. 31 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Software support  Product upgrades and Technical Support are covered by the SW Subscription and Support  Phone during the normal local business hours (English Only)  Severity 1 (live support) assistance 24x7  Severity 2 (2 hours callback) assistance 24x7
  29. 29. 32 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Architecture and Features
  30. 30. 33 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Consistent, Reliable, and Simple
  31. 31. 34 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Technology attributes  Dynamically group servers into an XIV Grid  Single pane of glass management  Software that creates a server-based storage array from local Direct-Attached Storage  Aggregating capacity and performance  Leverages high capacity HDDs for data and SSD caching option  Client choice of x86 servers on the basis of the hypervisor’s compute requirements  Scales out  Elastic  Self-healing  Automated & easy  Enterprise features Remember XIV SDS system performance and reliability are dependent on the quality and capabilities of the underlying HW and interconnect
  32. 32. 35 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. System overview  XIV software stack in a Virtual Machine (VM)  ESXi 5.5 hypervisor (**), non-cluster, per server  The SW aggregates locally-attached HDD storage into a consolidated storage grid:  Data is spread across all nodes and all HDDs in the grid using the XIV Gen3 proven data distribution  Each 1MB piece of data is mirrored on two different nodes for data protection  No server RAID, data is protected by XIV algorithm  SSD and RAM used as cache for performance  Supports XIV features available in 11.5.0 release  Managed through XIV GUI and Hyper-Scale Manager  Additional considerations  Today: 1xServer -> 1xHypervisor (ESX) -> 1xXIV-VM  10GbE iSCSI for interconnect and host connectivity  All nodes act as interface nodes  X86 server support  Homogeneous server configuration across the grid  Between 3 to 15 nodes (**)  Features: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/storage/spectrum/accelerate/features.html (**) first release 10GbE OS / Hypervisor XIV SW iSCSI OS / Hypervisor XIV SWiSCSI OS / Hypervisor XIV SWiSCSI . .
  33. 33. 36 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. VM resources configuration range at GA VM resources Min Max Data HDD count 6 12 Data HDD capacity 1 TB 4 TB Hypervisor boot device 1 1 SSD count 0 1 SSD capacity 500 GB Capped at 800 GB RAM 24 GB 48 GB CPU 4 cores 16 cores Network 1 to 6 x 10GbE X86 servers (“nodes”) 3 15 Additional resources need to be available in the server to support the Hypervisor.
  34. 34. 37 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Monitoring  Network monitoring  Health monitoring and event reporting  Performance tracking and report  Disk performance statistics per Disk collection and reporting  Disk SMART monitoring Power  Relying on continuous and reliable power through the Data Center's UPS and generator  Compute  HDDs  Network  XIV exposes an interface to start a graceful shutdown
  35. 35. 38 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Management  Existing XIV interfaces  GUI and Hyper-Scale Manager  Scriptable XCLI  IBM Storage Integration Server and Cloud integration will be available after first release  Mobile apps + push notifications  Enabling customer orchestration software via RESTful API  Provisioning  Monitoring  Enumerate objects and components
  36. 36. 39 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Deployment  Install  Distributed as a software package  Run on a hypervisor  Relying on Data Center procedures to bring the software bits to the boot device  XIV SDS storage cluster  3 to 15 nodes  Configuration is pushed automatically to the new node  Connectivity verification of the network is done as part of the deployment and the deployment will fail if there is not a full mesh  Copy paste system wide configurations from one system to another  Upgrade  XIV code upgrade – using XIV hot upgrade process  Platform upgrade – during maintenance window or with rolling upgrade
  37. 37. 40 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Demo
  38. 38. 41 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. 14TB capacity as shown Physical system 1 2 3 4  4 x servers  12 HDDs  1 x system boot  10 x data HDDs  (optional) 1 x SSD  1 x 10GbE switch (not shown)
  39. 39. 42 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Optional vCenter view of the XIV-as-SW cluster vCenter is optional, and is used here to demonstrate the infrastructure. Installation and use can be done without vCenter
  40. 40. 43 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients.
  41. 41. 44 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients.
  42. 42. 45 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients.
  43. 43. 46 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients.
  44. 44. 47 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Support, Services and Tools
  45. 45. 48 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Support  Customers will assume the responsibility of downloading, installing, upgrading and maintaining the SW  HW maintenance and troubleshooting actions will be carried out by the customer  Phone during the normal local business hours (English Only)  Severity 1 (live support) assistance 24x7  Severity 2 (2 hours callback) assistance 24x7.  Lab Services offering will include standard fee based services and advanced services such as integration with Orchestration Systems  XIV-as-SW portal  Best Practices Community and Technical Forum  Customer KB  Market trends, announcements, White Papers  TA support and scope is being reviewed
  46. 46. 49 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Offering Offering Scope of Services Summary Architecture and Consulting Service • Architect and Consulting minimum of 8 hours, max of 80 depends on complexity • Partner with the client to develop the solution architecture specific to the client business and IT goals Proof of Concept (POC) • POC estimated at 5 days minimum • Assist the client with end-to-end deployment • Execute a standard test script, work with client to define additional tests and execution • Customer debrief at the conclusion of the engagement Quick Start • Quick Start estimated at 5 days • End-to-end deployment in customer environment • Standard implementation of the cluster including ESXi server; set up, configuration, and pools/volumes/connectivity Custom Quick Start Implementation • Includes the Quick Start services plus: • Typically will include integration into a customer production environment • Replication services • Host validation and migration services • Skills transfer
  47. 47. 50 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. WW Lab Services experts  Aligned to help position, scope, estimate and assure delivery  WW Management Contacts:  Nathan Bufalini – Delivery Manger – STG Systems Lab Services – NA  Bob Xu  Pen Reng  Techincal WW Contacts:  Don Mathisen – Americas  Dong Hai Yu – GCG  Stephan Weyrich -EMEA  Opportunity Manager WW Contacts:  Will be named in Q1  Funding:  Post Sales Funding  SDE Care  Migration Factory  CIFS  Customer
  48. 48. 51 © 2015 IBM Corporation This content is for IBM and BP training only. Do not share with clients. Sizing tool: TCA/TCO, capacity and performance  TCA/TCO model  Solution Capacity sizing based on system components  Solution Performance range estimates  Will be made available after announcement dates  Dedicated training session
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