TechTarget Event - Storage Architectures for the Modern Data Center - Jeramiah Dooley

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<ul><li><p>Hello</p><p>Storage Architecture and Data Services: The Real Flash Revolution</p></li><li><p>The All-Flash Array for theNext Generation Data Center</p><p>Jeramiah DooleyPrincipal Flash Architect</p><p>@jdooley_clt</p><p>Now Part of NetApp</p></li><li><p>What Are We Talking About Today?</p><p> Consumption Models</p><p> Architecture MattersBut Why?</p><p> What Happened to Storage?</p><p> The Big Question</p><p> Are We There Yet?</p></li><li><p>Modern Infrastructure Consumption Models</p><p>Best of Breed Appliance</p><p>As a Service</p><p>Hyper Converged</p><p>Converged Infrastructure</p><p>Software on Commodity Hardware</p><p>Now Part of NetApp</p></li><li><p>The Infrastructure Consumption Continuum</p><p>SMB / Startups Large Enterprise Hyperscale / SP</p><p>Best of Breed Appliance</p><p>Hyper ConvergedAs a Service</p><p>Software on Commodity Hardware</p><p>Converged Infrastructure</p><p>Ease of ImplementationEasier Harder</p><p>Degree of Vendor Lock-InMore Lock-In Less Lock-In</p><p>Implementation FlexibilityLess Flexible More Flexible</p><p>Cost EfficiencyAt Small Scale At Large Scale</p></li><li><p>SolidFire Consumption Models</p><p>Element Operating System</p><p>Converged Infrastructure</p><p>Agile Infrastructure</p><p>Best of Breed Appliance</p><p>SF Series Appliances</p><p>As a Service</p><p>Scale-Out Infrastructure Agility</p><p>GuaranteedQuality of Service</p><p>Complete System Automation</p><p>In-Line Data Reduction</p><p>Self HealingHigh Availability</p><p>Software on Commodity Hardware</p><p>element</p></li><li><p>Flash V2 - All Flash Array</p><p>Flash V1 PCI FlashFlash for the Next Generation Data Center</p><p>Requirements constantly changingConsumes the most capital and time</p><p>Applying All-Flash in your Data Center</p><p>PerformanceLow</p><p>Performance and Capacity(Public / Private </p><p>Cloud, IaaS)</p><p>High</p><p>Cheap and Deep [object / file](Backup / Archive / Video Streaming)</p><p>Performance at any cost(Transactional Processing / Trading Platforms)</p><p># of App</p><p>lications</p></li><li><p>Architecture Matters. But Why?</p><p>Photo Credit: http://www.storagereview.com/emc_vnx5200_review</p></li><li><p>Fuel Management is Everything</p></li><li><p>Data Services Are Expensive</p></li><li><p>New Tech, Same Problems</p><p>Operational CostsData Center Costs</p><p>Efficiency</p></li><li><p>What Happened to Storage?</p><p>VMware ESX VMware ESX VMware ESXi</p><p>Resource Pool</p><p>Physical Servers</p></li><li><p>New Tech, Same Problems</p><p>Operational CostsData Center Costs</p><p>Efficiency</p><p>we could address any size pool of storage the business needed?</p><p>What If</p></li><li><p>High performance storage systems designed for large scale infrastructure</p><p>Industry Leading Quality of Service (QoS)</p><p>Scale-Out Architecture 4 100 nodes 35TB 3.4PB Usable Capacity 200k 7.5M Controllable IOPS</p><p>Simple all inclusive pricing model Direct Tier 3 Support </p><p>for every customer</p><p>Industry-standard hardware 10 GigE iSCSI, 16/8 Gb FC</p></li><li><p> Replication (synchronous / asynchronous) Integrated cloud backup Snapshots &amp; clones Global efficiencies 256-bit encryption-at-Rest Comprehensive logging Cloud based monitoring Secure multi-tenancy (VLAN support, volume access groups) Simultaneous multiprotocol support (FC / iSCSI) Deep integrations: VMware, OpenStack, CloudStack</p><p>All Inclusive Feature Set</p></li><li><p>Platform Building Blocks</p><p>2405 5 to 10TB effective capacity 50,000 guaranteed IOPS4805 10 to 20TB effective capacity</p><p> 50,000 guaranteed IOPS</p><p>9605 20 to 40TB effective capacity 50,000 guaranteed IOPS</p><p>9010 20 to 40TB effective capacity 75,000 guaranteed IOPS</p><p>SolidFires Effective capacity calculation accounts for Helix data protection, system overhead and global efficiencies including compression, deduplication and thin provisioning. SolidFire customers typically achieve an effective capacity range of 5x to 10x the raw capacity depending on application workloads.</p></li><li><p>Scale-Out Wins</p><p>Performance</p><p>Capacity</p><p>43.6 TB 250,000 IOPS</p><p>60.8 TB 350,000 IOPS</p><p>52.2 TB 300,000 IOPS</p><p>200,000 IOPS35 TB PERFORMANCE VIRTUALIZATION (IOPS)</p><p>CAPACITY VIRTUALIZATION (GB)CPU RESOURCES (CORES)</p><p>SYSTEM MEMORY (GB)</p></li><li><p>CAPACITY PERFORMANCE</p><p>CPU MEMORY</p><p>Building Blocks of ResourcesNODES</p><p>NON-DISRUPTIVE</p><p>GRANULAR</p><p>MIX NODES</p><p>SCALE OUT/IN</p><p>NO FORKLIFT UPGRADES</p><p>SOLIDFIRE CLUSTER 1 SOLIDFIRE CLUSTER 2 SOLIDFIRE CLUSTER 3</p><p>2405</p><p>Gen X</p><p>Element OS | S C A L E O U T</p><p>4805</p><p>CAPACITY PERFORMANCE</p><p>CPU MEMORY</p><p>CAPACITY PERFORMANCE</p><p>CPU MEMORY</p></li><li><p>How QoS Works</p><p>VOLUME</p><p>Per Volume QoS Settings</p><p>Burst 2,000Max 1,000Min 100</p><p>APP BEHAVIORBurst</p><p>Max</p><p>Min</p><p>MIXED WORKLOAD ENVIRONMENT</p><p>100 Min</p><p>200 Max</p><p>300 BurstVolume </p><p>3</p><p>1000 Min</p><p>1500 Max</p><p>2000 BurstVOLUME </p><p>2</p><p>100 Min</p><p>500 Max700 BurstVOLUME </p><p>1</p><p>Element OS | G U A R A N T E E D P E R F O R M A N C E</p><p>CLUSTER</p></li><li><p>Tech Fixed, What About Operations</p></li><li><p>Simplified Management</p><p>CUSTOM INTEGRATION INTERFACES PLUG-INS TOOLS</p><p>Self-service Portals</p><p>Homegrown Apps</p><p>User InterfaceActive IQ</p><p>PowerShellSDKs</p><p>VMware vCenterOpenStackCloudStack</p><p>Element OS | A U T O M A T E D M A N A G E M E N T</p><p>API</p></li><li><p>TIME YOUR BUSINESS</p><p>DESIGNInitial size (GB or IOPS)</p><p>INSTALLATION OPERATINGGB and IOPS required</p><p>Account Creation</p><p>SCALINGGB and IOPS needed</p><p>UPGRADEDESIGNInitial size (GB or IOPS)</p><p>Anticipated growth over lifecycle of array</p><p>IOPS required lifetime of product</p><p>Node size selection</p><p>RAID type, RAID grouping</p><p>Drive type (FC, NL, Flash)</p><p>Drive quantities and ratio</p><p>Cache requirements</p><p>Drive Sparing</p><p>Aggregate/CPG</p><p>MetaLUN and Bin file layout</p><p>INSTALLATIONBin File/RAID Layout</p><p>Aggregate/MetaLUN creation</p><p>Snapshot spare spacing</p><p>Vol0/quorum drive layout</p><p>Aggregate snapshot frequency</p><p>Snapshot growth limits</p><p>OPERATINGGB and IOPS required</p><p>Account Creation</p><p>Host to HBA assignment and tracking</p><p>Host initiator count limits</p><p>RAID type required</p><p>Primary Control Node assignment</p><p>IOPS limitation concerns</p><p>Snapshot growth policy</p><p>Thin Provisioning (or not)</p><p>Aggregate/CPG assignment</p><p>40% CPU limit considerations</p><p>SCALINGGB and IOPS needed</p><p>Drive Shelves required</p><p>Power/floor space restrictions</p><p>Control node limitations (CPU storage)</p><p>UPGRADEHBA compatibility list</p><p>CPU utilization on control nodes</p><p>Maintenance window</p><p>Mitigate risk during node outage</p><p>Internally Automated Storage System TasksOTHER VENDORS</p><p>Element OS | A U T O M A T E D M A N A G E M E N T</p></li><li><p>VDI Initiative</p><p>Dev/Test Initiative</p><p>Application</p><p>Start With One Project Transform As You Go</p><p>NodesIT Projects Automation SOLIDFIRE</p><p>CAPACITY PERFORMANCE</p><p>vCenter </p><p>Power-Shell </p><p>SPBM</p><p>vRealize</p><p>VDI Initiative</p><p>Database </p><p>Cloud Initiative</p><p>Application</p><p>Self-Service IT</p></li><li><p>Storage Isnt Easy</p></li><li><p>Fuel the Software-Defined Data Center with SolidFire</p><p>INTEGRATION</p><p>SOLIDFIRE</p><p>AUTOMATION</p><p>BUSINESS VALUE</p><p>Automated Management</p><p>GuaranteedPerformance</p><p>Global EfficiencyScale-Out</p><p>Data Assurance</p><p>vCenter Plug-in PowerShell Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM)</p><p>End UserComputing</p><p>Infrastructure Delivery</p><p>ApplicationDeployment</p><p>SIOC + QoS VAAI VASA</p><p>VM</p><p>SRM VVol</p><p>Virtualization Platform</p><p>Business Value</p><p>vRealizeSuite</p></li><li><p>Thank You</p></li></ul>

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