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© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HP 3PAR A technical overview of the HP 3PAR Storage: The worlds most agile and efficient Storage Arrays
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 2 Presentation Overview 3PAR Family Overview 3PAR 7000 Overview 3PAR 7000 Hardware Block Hardware File Hardware 3PAR 7000 Software 3PAR Operating System 3.1.2 3PAR File Services
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 3 Autonomic: Reduce time spent managing storage by 90% System responds effortlessly and instantly to new workload demands Multi-tenant: Double VM density per server – Guaranteed. Bulletproof tier-1 resilience for massive consolidation of unpredictable mixed workloads Efficient: Reduce capacity requirements by 50% - Guaranteed. Hardware enabled thin technologies and tiering for high efficiency without tradeoffs. The gold standard for Tier 1 Storage in Virtual/ITaaS HP 3PAR StoreServ Federated: Non-disruptive data mobility between systems HP Peer Motion for easy refresh and data services management across multiple arrays
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 4 NEW: Eliminating class distinctions between Midrange and Tier 1… Storage Without Boundaries HP 3PAR StoreServ 10800 HP 3PAR StoreServ 10400 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 One Architecture. Common Tier 1 Data Services. From Midrange to High End. Only HP NEW Tier 1 Storage at Less than $40K! NEW Redefining the Midrange from $25K!
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 5 3PAR Thin Technologies Industry leading technology to maximize storage utilization Automatically optimizes using multiple classes of storage Federated data mobility and availability Multi-Tenant, Autonomic and Efficient Storage Maintain service levels even under failure conditions Best new technology in the market HP 3PAR Industry Leadership 3PAR Optimization Technologies 3PAR Persistent Technologies 3PAR Federation Technologies 3PAR Mesh-Active Architecture
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 6 New Hardware: 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Announcement of December 4, 2012 High performance 2x F-Class performance (bandwidth and throughput) 6 gig SAS backend High capacity StoreServ 7200 up to 144 drives StoreServ 7400 up to 480 drives Leverage Tier 1 architecture Gen 4 ASIC PCI-e bus architecture T10 DIF – increased data resilience 8Gb FC and 10Gb iSCSI/FCoE CNA Chunklet size 1GB Standard rack mountable 3PAR OS 3.1.2 Peer Persistence Persistent Ports Autonomic Rebalance Online thin to fat and fat to thin volume conversion Mixed sync/async periodic RC between two 3PAR StoreServ systems Web Services API Adaptive Optimization enhancements Support for Windows Space Reclamation Copy Offload supported on Hyper-V in addition to VMware SmartStart Online Import between EVA and 3PAR Virtual Service Processor 3PARInfo New Software
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 7 Future-proof: Grow with freedom in any direction Upgrade controllers, processors, disks, ports and federate with HP Peer Motion for virtually limitless scale Effortless: Reduce time spent managing storage by 90% Self-configuring, provisioning, and optimizing via autonomic management Effortless Tier1 Storage with Midrange Affordability NEW: HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Efficient: Reduce capacity requirements 50% - Guaranteed. Hardware enabled thin technologies, advanced tiering, and thin persistence for both file and block data Bulletproof: Tier 1 features now in economy size Quad controller resiliency, multi-tenant design, and mixed workload optimization enable double VM density Tier 1 Storage at Less than $40K!
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 8 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 Controller Nodes 22 / 4 Max SFF Drives 144240/480 Max LFF Drives 120216/432 Cache 24 GB32/64 GB Max. 8GBit/s FC ports 12 = 4 (built-in) + 8 (optional)24 = 4/8 (built-in) + 8/16 (optional) Max. 10Gbit/s iSCSI/FCOE* 4 (optional)4/8 (optional) Built-in IP remote copy port (can also use FC ports) 22/4 Controller Enclosure 2U with 24 SFF drive slots (2x for a 4-node 7400) Drive Enclosure (can be mixed behind one controller pair) SFF drive enclosure: 24 slots in 2U LFF drive enclosure: 24 slots in 4U Gen 4 ASIC HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 * The FCoE capability of the card will become available after product first release Industry unique Modern architecture to meet the demands of todays virtualized computing environments
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 9 3PAR StoreServ Storage: One OS Midrange to High-end HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 F200F400HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 HP 3PAR StoreServ 10400 HP 3PAR StoreServ 10800 Controller nodes 222 – 4 2, 4, 6, 8 Fibre Channel host ports Optional 1Gb iSCSI host ports Optional 10Gb ISCSI host ports Built-in remote copy ports 4 – 12 N/A 0 – 4 2 0 – 12 0 – 8 N/A 2 0 – 24 0 – 16 N/A 2 – 4 4 – 24 N/A 0 – 8 2 – 4 0 – 96 N/A 0 – 16 2 – 4 0 – 192 N/A 0 – 32 2 – 4 GBs control cache 1688 – 1616 – 3232 – 6464 – 256 GBs data cache 81212 – 2416 – 3264 – 128128 – 512 Disk drives 8 – 14416 – 19216 – 3848 – 48016 - 96016 – 1,920 Drive types 100/200GB SLC SSD 450/900GB10K SAS 300GB 15K SAS 2/3TB 7.2K SAS 100/200GB SLC SSD 300/600GB 15K FC 300GB 15K SAS* 450/900GB 10K SAS* 1/2TB 7.2K SATA 2TB 7.2K SAS* 100/200GB SLC SSD 300/600GB 15K FC 300GB 15K SAS* 450/900GB 10K SAS* 1/2TB 7.2K SATA 2TB 7.2K SAS* 100/200GB SLC SSD 450/900GB10K SAS 300GB 15K SAS 2/3 TB 7.2K SAS 100/200GB SLC SSD 300/600GB 15K FC 300GB 15K SAS* 450/900GB 10K SAS* 1/2TB 7.2K SATA 2TB 7.2K SAS* 100/200GB SLC SSD 300/600GB 15K FC 300GB 15K SAS* 450/900GB 10K SAS* 1/2TB 7.2K SATA 2TB 7.2K SAS* Maximum capacity 250TB128TB384TB864TB800TB1.6PBs SPC-1 Benchmark Results 93,050 SPC-1 IOPS Planned Post GA 450,212 SPCI-1 IOPS * Uses SAS to FC converter
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 10 Whats Changed between F400 and StoreServ 7400? HP 3PAR F400 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 Bus ArchitecturePCI-X PCIe CPUs1 x dual-core per node 1x 6-core per node ASIC1 per node Control cache8 – 16 GBs 16 – 32 GBs Data cache12 – 24 GBs 16 – 32 GBs FC host ports iSCSI host ports FCoE host ports Built-in Remote Copy ports 0 – 24 x 4Gb/s FC 0 – 16 x 1Gb/s iSCSI NA 2 – 4 4 – 24 x 8Gb/s FC 0 – 8 x 10Gb/s iSCSI FCoE ready 2 – 4 Drive ChassisFC (3U, 16 drives) SAS SFF (2U, 24 drives); SAS LFF (4U, 24 drives) Drive TypesSSD, FC, SAS (coming), NL (SATA) SSD, SAS, NL (SAS) Drives16 – 384 8 – 480 Max Raw Capacity (TBs)384 TBs 864 TBs Rack options2M HP 3PAR rack (36 in. depth) 3 rd party rack 2M HP G3 rack ( 42 in. depth) 3 rd party rack Service ProcessorPhysical SP Virtual SP (Default), Physical SP (optional) Customer Install/UpgradeNo/No Yes/Yes (Drives, Drive Chassis)
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 11 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Hardware Building Blocks Base Enclosure Expansion Drive Enclosures Drives Host Adapters Rack Service Processor 4-port 8Gb/s FC HBA 2-port 10Gb/s iSCSI/FCoE CNA HP M6710 2.5in 2U SAS HP M6720 3.5in 4U SAS SFF SAS HDDs/SSDs LFF SAS HDDs/SSDs VM-based SP (Default) Physical SP (Optional) HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 (2 Controllers, 4 FC ports, 24 SFF slots) HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 (2-Controllers, 4 FC ports, 24 SFF slots) HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 (4-Controllers, 8 FC ports, 48 SFF slots) Customer-supplied rack (4-post, square hole, EIA standard, 19 in., rack from HP or other suppliers) HP Intelligent Series Rack
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 12 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Controller Optional HBA (either 4x 8Gb/s FC or 2x 10Gb/s iSCSI/FCoE) 2x built-in 8Gbit/s FC 2x 4-lane 6Gbit/s SAS for drive enclosure connection Controller interconnect (7400 only) Built-in 1Gb/s Ethernet Remote Copy Port Management Port
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 13 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 4-node configuration Non-disruptive upgrade to 4 Nodes in 4U Interconnected with cables allows easy growth to 4 nodes 4 Node will Cache Persistence re- maps cache in the event of node failure to prevent dreaded write- through mode impacting your apps Double the performance and capacity by just adding controllers allows you to bring on new applications with no worries
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 14 Drive Chassis Options SFF and LFF SAS Drive Support 24 Drives with either SFF or LFF Flexible drive types and enclosures to meet applications demands of the future Take advantage price and performance of disks sizes to fit your needs
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 15 Base Enclosure with SFF and LFF Drive Enclosures You can mix and match SFF and LFF Drive Enclosures to meet requirements This Table shows available Drive types for each Enclosure EnclosureFast ClassNLSSD SFF 300GB 15k 450GB 10k 900GB 10k N/A 100GB SLC 200GB SLC LFFN/A 2TB 7200 3TB 7200 100GB SLC 200GB SLC Bold Drives are recommended sizes for a given class
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 16 3PAR StoreServ 7000 ideal for SSD deployments Multiple capacity points, max counts 100GB, 200GB SLC 120 SSD drives maximum per controller pair. All SSD Tier Option High performance IOPs with all SSD tier Low Latency LUN & Sub-LUN tiering technologies Maintain service levels with up to 30% lower cost Intelligent software allows effective and efficient use of SSDs Rich 3PAR data services software stack Broad 3PAR Interoperability ecosystem Powerful Virtualized SSD Platform for Performance Intensive Applications
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 17 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage SFF Maximum Configurations in 2 Meter Cabinets 480 disks and 300K IOPs in a single rack!!!! 3PAR 7200 144 SFF Node Pair Drive Chassis 3PAR 7400 2-node 240 SFF 3PAR 7400 4-node 480 SFF Node Pair Node Pairs
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 18 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 Hardware Architecture The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 includes 2 Controller nodes with 4 Intel CPU cores each The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Series is the first to include controller nodes inside the primary drive chassis The HP 3PAR SFF drive chassis holds up to 24 SFF drives per enclosure
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 19 HP 3PAR Hardware – Four Simple Building Blocks F-Class Controller Nodes Performance/connectivity building block CPU, Cache and 3PAR ASIC System Management RAID and Thin Calculations Node Mid-Plane Cache Coherent Interconnect Completely passive encased in steel Defines Scalability Drive Chassis Capacity Building Block F Chassis 3U / 16 drives 3PAR 10000 Chassis4U / 40 drives 3PAR 7000 Enclosure2U / 24 SFF drives, 4U / 24 LFF drives Service Processor One SVP per system Only for service and monitoring 3PAR 100003PAR 7000 VM-based SP (Default) Physical SP (Optional)
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 20 The most efficient and bulletproof midrange file services platform Consolidate user directories and boost capacity utilization Compaction: Primary deduplication and autonomic capacity reclamation Data Tiering: Granular block level and policy-based tiering Provide leading performance and availability service levels High Performance: Native SMB 3.0 built-in plus mixed workload optimization High Security: Encryption at rest and in-flight, File-level access control, Endpoint protection onboard High Availability: 8-way clustered services locally or over distance with Metro-Cluster transparent failover Consolidate and save 50% on capacity High performance for tens of thousands of users
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 21 For 3PAR 7000, 10000, F-Class and T-Class HP 3PAR Operating System 3.1.2 – New Features Ease of Use New 3PAR 7000 Software Suites Simplified ordering, reduced bundle prices Out of Box installation and configuration – 3PAR Smart Start for midrange Enhanced Adaptive Optimization – Management via IMC instead of System Reporter – All logic to run on controllers Autonomic Replication Groups Automatically create replicated volumes when initial volume created Autonomic Rebalance Re-layout data when new drives are added Web Services API RESTful API access to 3PAR Storage Online Fat-to-Thin or Thin-to-Fat for existing volumes Convert volumes inline non disruptively without additional capacity Virtual Service Processor – Option to run the SP in a Virtual Machine instead of a physical server Management console & volume provisioning simplification Full Copy Instant Export Enhanced Federation 3PAR Peer Motion Enhancements – GUI enhancements – Extended OS and cluster support EVA to 3PAR Online Import Peer Persistence
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 22 HP 3PAR 7000 Software Suites – simplified ordering Required Optional Operating System Suite 3PAR Thin Technologies Operating System Suite 3PAR Thin Technologies Replication Suite Virtual Copy Remote Copy Peer Persistence Replication Suite Virtual Copy Remote Copy Peer Persistence Security Suite Virtual Domains Virtual Lock Security Suite Virtual Domains Virtual Lock Reporting Suite System Reporter 3PARInfo Reporting Suite System Reporter 3PARInfo Data Optimization Suite Dynamic Optimization Adaptive Optimization Peer Motion Data Optimization Suite Dynamic Optimization Adaptive Optimization Peer Motion Application Suite Application Suite Application Suite Application Suite Application Suite Application Suite Application Suites VMware vSphere Microsoft SQL, Exchange, Oracle Application Suites VMware vSphere Microsoft SQL, Exchange, Oracle For more information: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/solutions/3par/software.html
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 23 Replication SuiteData Optimization SuiteSecurity SuiteReporting Suite Application Suite for VMwareApplication Suite for OracleApplication Suite for MS SQLApplication Suite for MS Exchange HP 3PAR 7000 Software Suites Contents Virtual SP Online Import license (180 days) SmartStart System Tuner Host Explorer Multi Path IO SW VSS Provider Rapid Provisioning Autonomic Groups Autonomic Replication Groups Scheduler LDAP Support Access Guard Autonomic Rebalance Host Personas Persistent Cache Persistent Ports 3PAR OS Administration Tools (CLI client, Web Services API) Management Console Thin Provisioning Thin Copy Reclamation Thin Persistence Thin Conversion Full Copy Virtual Copy (VC) Remote Copy (RC) Peer Persistence Dynamic Optimization Adaptive Optimization Peer Motion Virtual Domains Virtual Lock System Reporter 3PARInfo Recovery Manager for vSphere VASA vCenter plug-in vSphere Host Explorer Recovery Manager for Oracle Recovery Manager for MS SQL VSS provider Recovery Manager for MS Exchange VSS Provider 3PAR 7000 Operating System Suite
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 24 Security Suite Replication Suite HP 3PAR 7000 Software Suites 3PAR 7000 OS Suite Two License Models: Spindle and Frame Spindle Based Suite Spindle Based SW available standalone Frame Based Suite Not sold separately Host Personas 3PAR OS Administration Tools (CLI Client, SNMP, Web Services API) Autonomic Replication Groups Persistent Cache Virtual SP Autonomic Groups Rapid Provisioning Access Guard Full Copy System Tuner Thin Conversion Host Explorer Multi Path IO SW SmartStart Autonomic Rebalance Thin Provisioning Application Suite for Oracle Application Suite for VMware Application Suite for Exchange Application Suite for SQL Reporting Suite Data Optimization Suite Remote Copy Virtual Copy Virtual Domains Dynamic Optimization Adaptive Optimization (Note: requires System Reporter) Virtual Lock Peer Motion Recovery Manager for VMware* VASA Mgmt Plug In for VMware Host Explorer for VMware VSS Provider Recovery Manager for Oracle* VSS Provider System Reporter 3PARinfo Recovery Manager for SQL* Recovery Manager for Exchange* Management Console *Note: Recovery Manager requires Virtual Copy Peer Persistence (Note: requires Remote Copy) Peer Persistence (Note: requires Remote Copy) Thin Persistence Online Import license (180 days) Thin Copy Reclamation Persistent Ports VSS Provider Scheduler
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 25 New in the 3PAR 7000 Operating Suite and 3PAR base operating system software New in the 3PAR 7000 Suite Thin Provisioning, Thin Conversion and Thin Persistence
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 26 Drive-based licensesSystem-based licenses HP 3PAR 7000 OS Suite HP 3PAR 7000 Application Suite for VMware HP 3PAR 7000 Replication SuiteHP 3PAR 7000 Application Suite for Exchange HP 3PAR 7000 Date Optimization Suite HP 3PAR 7000 Application Suite for SQL HP 3PAR 7000 Security SuiteHP 3PAR 7000 Application Suite for Oracle HP 3PAR 7000 Reporting Suite HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Software Licensing Software Suites 9 Suites (4 main array software suites, 4 application suites, 1 reporting suite) Standalone Software titles still available if needed - Suites provide 25%+ price advantage 3PAR OS Suite includes Thin Suite, rebalancing and 180 days data import license Licensing Separate software LTUs per model (7200 vs. 7400) Licenses are enforced by the 3PAR Array Drive-based licenses Two licenses to buy software title Base LTU: One per system Drive LTU: One per drive up to the system cap Software Caps 48 LTUs for 7200 168 LTUs for 7400 System-based licenses 1 LTU per system
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 27 Rebalancing and Tuning REBALANCE Intelligently ordered Policy-abiding Throttled rebalance of all volumes base volumes & snapshots fat & thin, tiered or not Intelligent sub-volume rebalance Ability to rebalance after upgrades for nodes and drives without Dynamic Optimization license for the 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Ability to schedule on a regular basis Optimize QoS levels with autonomic rebalancing without pre-planning 6,400 IOPs Dbase Application19,200 IOPs available Dbase Application
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 28 Making it effortless HP 3PAR SmartStart* 1. Simplified installation and configuration with comprehensive assistance at every step of the process 2. Help for novice storage users in a Windows®, VMware, or Linux environments for self installation 3. Efficient storage presentation by creating LUNs, provisioning the storage, and then presenting it to the server application Setup Storage system Setup Service Processor and call home Configure and provision Storage Configure Hosts Install management console * Applies only to HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 29 HP 3PAR Adaptive Optimization configuration Configurable directly from the 3PAR Management Console or from the CLI. HP 3PAR Adaptive Optimization policies can be configured to measure only a specific period of time during the day or week and the data movement can be scheduled out of hours 3 algorithms available to optimize for performance, cost savings or balanced between the two IO density reports available natively in the 3PAR Management Console. These reports can be used to determine in advance if the IO density of an application would benefit from the use of tiering. Configuration
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 30 Adaptive Optimization – On the Controller Node Increased Availability – Running on the HP 3PAR Storage Simplified installation – Available as part of upgrade to InForm OS 3.1.2 Increased security – Same access privileges as HP 3PAR OS Configuration and reports HP 3PAR management Console HP 3PAR Command Line Interface Licenses Required Adaptive Optimization System Reporter
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 31 Autonomic Replication Groups Simplify, automate and expedite storage replication configuration Configure Replication Group to match a Common Provisioning Group Replication policy applied automatically to new Volumes Target volume on secondary storage created automatically Available initially in CLI (IMC support will follow) Increased agility Online increase in Source Volume size leads to automatic corresponding increase in Target Volume size Replicated Provisioning Group New Source Volume New Target Volume Created Autonomically Primary 3PAR Storage Secondary 3PAR Storage Greatly reduce operational cost and administrative time
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 32 Web Services API Provides a well-defined application programming interface for performing storage management tasks Tasks Supported Creation and removal of Virtual Volumes Creation and removal of Virtual Copies Creation and removal of Common Provisioning Groups (CPG) Creation and removal of VLUN Query all volumes and their properties Query all CPGs and their properties Query all VLUNs and their properties Developers Guide and Sample Client can be downloaded from HP Software depot http://software.hp.com
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 33 Online FAT to THIN or THIN to FAT (TP DO) Ability to convert from a thin-provisioned volume to a fully-provisioned volume (or vice versa) without requiring an offline transition. Fat-to-thin saves space for volumes that are sparsely consumed. Thin-to-fat saves on thin provisioning license usage for volumes that are mostly or completely allocated. Licenses required – Thin Provisioning*, Dynamic Optimization
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 34 Hewlett-Packard Confidential Secure Remote Support with Virtual Service Processor Virtual Service Processor Cost-efficient, secure gateway for remote connectivity Effortless, one-click configuration Supported on VMware vSphere Enables Remote, online SW upgrade Proactive fault detection with remote call home diagnostics Remote serviceability Alert notifications Optional HW Service Processor available
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 35 Hewlett-Packard Confidential On-Going Management Ease of Use Enhancements HP 3PAR Management Console enhancements Ability to configure, manage and create Reports for Adaptive Optimization Peer Motion between HP 3PAR storage supported within the Management Console Single Workflow for volume creation and export to hosts Ability to schedule tasks Revamped in-line and on-line help
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 36 LDAP Login Authentication and Authorization in Management Console Management Workstation 3PAR StoreServLDAP Server 1 2 3 4 5 6 Step 1 :User initiates login to 3PAR InServ via 3PAR CLI/GUI or SSH Step 2 :InServ searches local user entries first. Upon mismatch, configured LDAP Server is checked Step 3 :LDAP Server authenticates user. Step 4 :LDAP Server provides LDAP Group information for user Step 5:InServ authorizes user for privilege level based on Users group-to-role mapping.
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 37 New in 3PAR Management Console – Part 1 - New Welcome Page for Create functions
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 38 New in 3PAR Management Console – Part 2 - Create Virtual Volume - Export option - Thin/Fat - Default Warnings OFF - Copy CPG
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 39 New in 3PAR Management Console – Part 3 - Host Persona Auto- Selection
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 40 HP 3PAR Full Copy – Instant Export with background sync New in 3.1.2 Online Full Copy (immediately export full copy with background sync) No waiting with large volumes Quick Refresher on Full Copy Included in base OS with no additional charge Full physical point-in-time copy of base volume Full copies can have unique volume attributes, independent of baseVV Offline Full copy with fast resync Thin Provisioning-aware Base Volume Full Copy
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 41 For 3PAR 7000, 10000, F-Class and T-Class HP 3PAR Operating System 3.1.2 – New Features Ease of Use New 3PAR 7000 Software Suites Simplified ordering, reduced bundle prices Out of Box installation and configuration – 3PAR Smart Start for midrange Enhanced Adaptive Optimization – Management via IMC instead of System Reporter – All logic to run on controllers Autonomic Replication Groups Automatically create replicated volumes when initial volume created Autonomic Rebalance Re-layout data when new drives are added Web Services API RESTful API access to 3PAR Storage Online Fat-to-Thin or Thin-to-Fat for existing volumes Convert volumes inline non disruptively without additional capacity Virtual Service Processor – Option to run the SP in a Virtual Machine instead of a physical server Management console & volume provisioning simplification Full Copy Instant Export Enhanced Federation 3PAR Peer Motion Enhancements – GUI enhancements – Extended OS and cluster support EVA to 3PAR Online Import Peer Persistence
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 42 0:0:1 1:0:1 3PAR Array Fabric 1 Host Node 0Node 1 0:0:1 1:0:1 Fabric 2 0:0:2 1:0:2 0:0:2 1:0:2 Normal state All paths online using Node 0 Native ports Node 1 Native ports 0:0:1 1:0:1 3PAR Array Fabric 1 Host Node 0Node 1 0:0:1 1:0:1 Fabric 2 0:0:2 1:0:2 0:0:2 1:0:2 Failover state All paths online using Node 0 Guest ports Node 1 Native ports HP 3PAR Persistent Ports Port Identity Native0:0:10:0:21:0:11:0:2 Port Identity Guest1:0:11:0:20:0:10:0:2 Port Identity Native0:0:10:0:21:0:11:0:2 Port Identity Guest1:0:11:0:20:0:10:0:2
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 43 0:0:1 1:0:1 All paths are online Fabric 1 Host Node 0Node 1 0:0:1 1:0:1 Fabric 2 0:0:2 1:0:2 0:0:2 1:0:2 Normal state Native Port Identity Guest Port Identity All paths stay online in case of node maintenance or failure No user intervention required NPIV based port ID swap Server will not see the swap thus no MPIO path failover required All paths stay online Node 1 takes over Fabric 1 Host Node 0Node 1 0:0:1 1:0:1 Fabric 2 0:0:2 1:0:2 0:0:1 1:0:1 0:0:2 1:0:2 Failover state 1:0:2 0:0:1 1:0:1 0:0:21:0:2 0:0:1 1:0:1 0:0:2 1:0:2 0:0:1 1:0:1 0:0:21:0:2 0:0:1 1:0:1 0:0:2 Never lose a path HP 3PAR Persistent Ports
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 44 Remote Copy Mixed Sync/Async Async-Periodic RC PrimarySecondary P P RC P P Synchronous Long Distance Configuration 1:1 Concurrent Sync / Async Async Periodic RC Active Primary Secondary P P RC2 Tertiary RC1 Async Periodic RC Standby Sync RC Metropolitan distance Continental distance Primary Site A Primary Site B Primary Site C Primary & Target Site D P P P P P P P P RC P P 4:1 Configuration Sync RC
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 45 1:N Configuration HP 3PAR Remote Copy Target Site A Target Site B Primary Site RC P P P P You can use Remote Copy over IP (RCIP) and/or Fibre Channel (RCFC) connections Max support is 1 to 2. Both mirrors can be bi-directional Supported with 1 node pair in primary site Supported configs: Async on both target sites Sync on 1 site and Async on the second site Async Target Site A Target Site B RC P P P P Sync Async
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 46 Bi-Directional Support in Sync Long Distance Configuration - In an SLD configuration, bi-directional replication supported between Source and Sync Targets - Supported configs: Only one Source and Sync Target pair allowed Bi-direction Source/DR pair is Uni-direction as before - Restriction that the Bi-Directional replication between source and target 1 cannot be part of the SLDC configuration; but can co-exist - Only a single SLDC configuration - Function of Latency Bi-directional between Source and Sync Target Uni-directional between Source and DR Target Source Target 1 Target 2 Note: Different volume groups are being replicated (1:N)
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 47 Microsoft Cluster HP Cluster Extension AA B File share Witness Data Center 3 Remote Copy Clustering solution protecting against server and storage failure Cluster Extension for Windows Data Center 1 Data Center 2 What does it do? Manual or automated site-failover for Server and Storage resources Transparent Hyper-V Live Migration between site Supported environments: Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012 Cluster Shared Volumes with Windows 2012 HP ProLiant Storage Server Remote Copy supported Distances Sync or async Remote Copy Requirements: 3PAR Disk Arrays 3PAR Remote Copy (RC) Microsoft Cluster HP Cluster Extension (CLX) Max 20ms network round-trip delay Also see the HP CLX recoursesHP CLX recourses
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 48 Clustering solution protecting against server and storage failure Cluster Extension and Metrocluster for Linux What does it do? Provides manual or automated site-failover for Server and Storage resources Supported environments: RHEL Cluster 5.5, 5.6, 6.1 SUSE HA 11 HP Serviceguard 11.20 with RHEL 5 and 6 (end 2012) Remote Copy supported Distances Synchronous Remote Copy Requirements: 3PAR Disk Arrays 3PAR Remote Copy (RC) HP SG, RHEL or SuSe Cluster HP Cluster Extension (CLX RHEL Cluster & SUSE HA) HP Metrocluster (Serviceguard ) Max 20ms network round-trip delay Also see the HP CLX recoursesHP CLX recourses Linux Cluster HP Cluster Extension AA B Tie-breaker Remote Copy Data Center 1 Data Center 2
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 49 End-to-end clustering solution to protect against cluster and storage failure Continental clusters for HP-UX What does it do? Provides automatic failover for Server resources (within data center) and push-button manual site- failover for Server and Storage resources Supported environments: HP-UX 11i v3 with Serviceguard LVM, VxVM, Oracle (non-RAC) Up to Supported Remote Copy Distance(s) Requirements: HP 3PAR Disk Arrays 3PAR Remote Copy HP Serviceguard Continentalclusters Max 200ms network round-trip delay For further information, see HP-UX Metrocluster, ContinentalCluster & Serviceguard manuals HP-UX Continentalclusters Compatibility and Feature Matrix Serviceguard for HP-UX HP Continentalclusters AA B A Quorum Data Center 3 Remote Copy Data Center 1 Data Center 2
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 50 For 3PAR 7000, 10000, F-Class and T-Class HP 3PAR Operating System 3.1.2 – New Features Ease of Use New 3PAR 7000 Software Suites Simplified ordering, reduced bundle prices Out of Box installation and configuration – 3PAR Smart Start for midrange Enhanced Adaptive Optimization – Management via IMC instead of System Reporter – All logic to run on controllers Autonomic Replication Groups Automatically create replicated volumes when initial volume created Autonomic Rebalance Re-layout data when new drives are added Web Services API RESTful API access to 3PAR Storage Online Fat-to-Thin or Thin-to-Fat for existing volumes Convert volumes inline non disruptively without additional capacity Virtual Service Processor – Option to run the SP in a Virtual Machine instead of a physical server Management console & volume provisioning simplification Full Copy Instant Export Enhanced Federation 3PAR Peer Motion Enhancements – GUI enhancements – Extended OS and cluster support EVA to 3PAR Online Import Peer Persistence
© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Everything youd want in a next generation EVA A pain free and risk free evolution that takes the best of EVA into the future of storage Online Import from EVA to 3PAR directly from EVA Command View EVA DNA Smart Start
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 52 3PAR & EVA - Combine the power of two leading technologies HP EVA Trusted - 100,000 Arrays installed WW Simplest midrange system on the planet Leading hardware efficiency Common Virtualization & wide striping Capacity efficient snapshots Management simplicity Leading TCO HP 3PAR Leading in Cloud Service Providers Clustered controller architecture Industry leading efficiency technologies Multi-tenancy for mixed workloads Advanced application integrations HP EVA/P6000 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 HP 3PAR T/V-Class HP 3PAR F-Class Storage Federation: EVA to 3PAR Online Import Leading storage technology at any scale
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 53 EVA to 3PAR Online Import Once data is on 3PAR, Peer Motion can provide: Uni –Directional data movement Perform tech refresh seamlessly Cost-optimize Asset Lifecycle Management Lower tech refresh CAPEX (thin-landing) EVA to 3PAR Online Import Simple Online Thin Built-In Drive Chassis
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 54 EVA to 3PAR Online Import in Command View HP 3PAR Online Import Simple Online Convert Fully Provisioned EVA volume to 3PAR Thin while importing
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 55 EVA to 3PAR Online Import Licensing License Type 180 day time based Peer Motion license License time starts Once configured and installed in the factory Once installed/enabled at the customer location License Expiry Alerts generated when license expires Does not repeatedly remind the customer
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 56 EVA to 3PAR Online Import Host OSRelease SupportedPer MotionTTM Windows Stand Alone Host and Windows Cluster WS2003/R2, WS2008/R2 Minimally disruptive (re-boot hosts to update MPIO drivers) @ GA Windows Stand Alone Host and Windows Cluster WS2012Minimally disruptive (re-boot hosts to update MPIO drivers) 30 days post GA VMware4.X, 5.XOnline migration@ GA VMware Clusters4.X, 5.XOnline migration@ GA RHEL5.X, 6.XOnline migration60 days post GA SLES10.X, 11.XOnline migration60 days post GA Solaris9.X, 10.XOnline migration60 days post GA SupportDeliver at GATo deliver 30 days post GATo deliver 60 days post GATo deliver 90 days post GA EVA ArraysFC only 3000/5000No 4000/6000/8000No Latest fw 6.x 4100/6100/8100No Latest fw 6.x 4400/6400/8400fw 095.xfw 095.x, 10.x fw 11.x P6300 FamilyNo Latest fw 10.xLatest fw 11.x
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 57 What is 3PARInfo Host SpecificCommand Line UtilityVery Light Weight3PAR LUN Configuration InformationSimilar to XPInfo, scaled down version at presentShipped with 3PAR System Reporter Media KitUses host specific commands to identify the LUNsIssues SCSI calls
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 58 Peer Persistence – Phase I, Simplifying disaster configuration and failover Site 1 Site 2 Up to 5ms RTT latency Vol A (Primary) Vol B (Primary) Vol B (Secondary) Vol A (Secondary) Fabric LUN A LUN B Array A Array B NEW! Active Path (Vol A) Active Path (Vol B) Passive Paths ESX running in ALUA mode Sync RC ESX cluster
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 59 Peer Persistence RC sync is configured between the two 3PAR arrays the ESX host will be running ALUA (persona 11) which will make storage have an active path (primary 3PAR) and a passive path (secondary 3PAR) to the ESX host Creation of RC volumes on secondary site happens automatically RC volumes will have same WWN if the primary 3PAR dies, you will have to do a RC switchover to the secondary 3PAR for the passive path to become active NEW!
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 60 For 3PAR 7000, 10000, F-Class and T-Class HP 3PAR Operating System 3.1.2 – New Features Ease of Use New 3PAR 7000 Software Suites Simplified ordering, reduced bundle prices Out of Box installation and configuration – 3PAR Smart Start for midrange Enhanced Adaptive Optimization – Management via IMC instead of System Reporter – All logic to run on controllers Autonomic Replication Groups Automatically create replicated volumes when initial volume created Autonomic Rebalance Re-layout data when new drives are added Web Services API RESTful API access to 3PAR Storage Online Fat-to-Thin or Thin-to-Fat for existing volumes Convert volumes inline non disruptively without additional capacity Virtual Service Processor – Option to run the SP in a Virtual Machine instead of a physical server Management console & volume provisioning simplification Full Copy Instant Export Enhanced Federation 3PAR Peer Motion Enhancements – GUI enhancements – Extended OS and cluster support EVA to 3PAR Online Import Peer Persistence
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 61 HP 3PAR Thin Persistence in Microsoft Environments With Windows 2003 and 2008 Zero unused space in a volume with sdelete fsutil Introduced with Windows 2012 Active Thin Reclamation with T10 UNMAP detects/identifies thinly provisioned virtual disks notifies administrator when storage thresholds are met UNMAP - returns storage when no longer needed Host management will report thin provisioning
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 62 Key Windows Server 2012 storage features/requirements Windows Server 2012 Certification Must have for all products OS certification automatically includes Hyper-V certification MSFT Thin Provisioning MSFT solution detects/identifies thinly provisioned virtual disks notifies administrator when storage thresholds are met UNMAP - returns storage when no longer needed MSFT requires UNMAP and SBC3 (T10 std) enablement to pass ThP certification ODX (Offload Data Transfer) Enables protocol and transport agnostic, storage subsystem assisted data transfer HPSD targeting lead with enterprise arrays for ODX support Storage Management via OS Integrated in the OS; optimal for Small to Medium Businesses SNIA Standards based (SMI-S) providers need to support Lifecycle Indications (auto updates device info cache in OS); without Lifecycle Indications, cache can be stale and would need to be refreshed either manually or via the 24 hour auto cycle Failover Clustering Scale: OS supports 64 nodes Support level dependent on array market SMB 3 (Server Message Block) Hyper-V support for SMB file storage; transparent failover, bandwidth improvements, support for RDMA NICs Storage Spaces Optional certification for JBODs (SATA, SAS, USB, Not supported for Fibre Channel or iSCSI) Introduces Storage Pools concept; supports multi-tenancy mirroring or parity, clustering, ThP
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 63 ODX allows Hyper-V and OS to move storage faster and more efficiently Offloaded Data Transfer - ODX Enables protocol and transport agnostic, cross-machine storage subsystem assisted data transfer Practically eliminates load on the server, enables a significant reduction in the load on the transport network, and presents an opportunity for innovation for the storage subsystem. Used for VM Migration, VM Instantiation, General Bulk Data Movement (such as Large Database Files, HD Video, etc.) File Copy Request E:\ D:\ LUN1 E:\ LUN2 Array– Offloaded Copy SMB LUN1 E:\ LUN2 SMB E:\ Array– Offloaded Copy File Copy Request
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 64 Offloaded Data Transfer - Advantages No application-specific transport bottleneckHost minimally impacted by shuffling of bitsHost and transport network (SAN) offloadedStorage systems can provide innovation and further improve experienceTime required for data movement can be significantly reduced or even eliminatedMinimal (if any) changes required to appsNo changes to OS security model - can leverage existing policies and administration practices
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 65 Hyper-V ODX Support Secure Offload data transfer Fixed VHD/VHDX Creation Dynamic VHD/VHDX Expansion VHD/VHDX Merge Live Storage Migration Just another example… ~10 Seconds! ~3 Minutes
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 66 Introducing 3PAR File Services with HP StoreEasy NAS Efficient 25000 Users Best in class for windows Integrated Array Management Thin Provisioning & Deduplication Secure Intelligently identify and restrict access to Business Critical files Highly Available Continuous Availability Multi-Terabyte Volumes Automated Disaster Recovery
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© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 68 Manage Storage Efficiently Easily Provision Provision LUNs on 3Par from the Windows GUI. File shares and storage for applications via SMB, NFS, iSCSI. Manage a group of file servers from a single interface Leverage Array Technologies Automatically reclaim storage on Thin Provisioned LUNs ODX assisted file copy over SMB is 6.5 times* faster than traditional copying. StoreEasy NAS Gateways are tightly integrated with HP 3Par *Results depend on network bandwidth, server and array models, drive types, numbers and speeds,
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 69 Capacity Efficiency with Deduplication * Capacity savings by Microsoft IT Variable sized chunks (32- 128KB) for high dedup ratios Can process ~20 MB of data / sec Integrates with Branch Cache for faster downloads General File Shares 64% Savings* Home Folders 30% Savings* Software Dev. Shares 67% Savings* Virtual Hard Disk Library 82% Savings*
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 70 3PAR File Services with StoreEasy is Fast StoreEasy scales to support up to 25,000* concurrent users on a single file server. SMB 3.0 is a game changer! Enables file, application storage to be delivered over ubiquitous Ethernet Automatically uses multiple network paths and aggregates bandwidth *Number of concurrent users is based on home folders workload simulated by Microsoft File Server Capacity Tool
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© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 72 Built-in Protection for Data at Rest or in Flight StoreEasy is Secure End-to-End Data Encryption SMB 3.0 encryption secures data in-flight. BitLocker Drive Encryption protects your data at rest. No more add-on solution costs. Run Anti-virus of your choice directly on StoreEasy NAS No additional hardware needed. Centrally Managed Access Policies Protect data based on its business value, no matter where it is physically located.
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 73 Secure your files without performance impact Non-Windows NAS Solutions require external Anti- Virus Servers: Performance impact on file access Additional Windows Servers need to be managed Limited choice of Anti-Virus applications HP StoreEasy NAS Solution can run the Anti-Virus software of your choice directly: Simplicity & Performance File serving with AV Scanning 4x faster* than equivalent competitive NAS AV HP SAN Array StoreEasy 3830 Gateways StoreEasy 5530 AV * Based on a customer PoC
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 74 Manage data based on its business value …across all file your file servers Identify Data Control Access Audit AccessProtect Data
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 75 Centrally Managed Access Policies Finance Mgr. tags folder as sensitive Quarterly Results Finance Dept. & CxOs have access automatic tagging & encryption of new files Quarterly Results access denied for unauthorized user Finance User Sales Rep. emailed document keeps RMS info automatically tagged high impact Credit Card Numbers Public Share sensitive info stored on share Centrally configured policy restricts access Credit Card Numbers Unauthorized User cant even see the file Public Share # #
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© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 77 Online Patching Cluster aware upgrades & transparent failovers eliminate service interruption Continuously Available Transparent Failover Transparent failover for NFS and SMB 3.0 for both planned & unplanned failovers File System Availability Cut file system repair (CHKDSK) time from hours to seconds. Zero offline time for repairs on CSV A Robust Platform for your Files and Applications
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 78 Disaster Recovery Cluster Extension Continued operation in the event of metropolitan-wide disasters Automatic Disaster Recovery for 3Par StoreServ, EVA, XP StoreVirtual Multi-Site Cluster Automatic and Transparent Simple standard windows cluster configuration
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 79 StoreEasy 5000 Appliance Scale from SMB to Enterprise StoreEasy 1000 Appliances StoreEasy 3000 Gateways StoreEasy 1430 StoreEasy 1530 StoreEasy 1630 StoreEasy 1830 StoreEasy 5530 StoreEasy 3830 StoreEasy 3830sb SMB & Branch Offices 5 to 50TB 2 node HA Mid-range NAS 10 to 400TBs Mid & Large Enterprises Scale to capacity of the SAN
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 80 Why 3PAR File Services with HP StoreEasy HP & Microsoft for a capable NAS solution - HP contributes to the OS Easily migrate & consolidate existing Windows File Servers to StoreEasy Support & Services Pre-installed appliance-like NAS products Integrates into MS SCOM and Insight Remote including phone home support. One Stop Shop! End to end support from HP for File & Block Storage
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 81 All inclusive Efficient, Secure, Highly Available NAS solution that scales from SMB to Enterprise HP StoreEasy NAS Efficient Integrated Array Management Efficient storage with deduplication Supports thousands of users on a single file server Best in class for windows environments Secure Protects your data at rest and in flight Onboard Antivirus Intelligently identifies and restricts access to Business Critical files Highly Available Continuous Availability Disaster Recovery Deploy with Confidence!
© 2012 Hewlett-Packard 82 Future-proof: Grow with freedom in any direction Upgrade controllers, processors, disks, ports and federate with HP Peer Motion for virtually limitless scale Effortless: Reduce time spent managing storage by 90% Self-configuring, provisioning, and optimizing via autonomic management Effortless Tier1 Storage with Midrange Affordability Summary: HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Efficient: Reduce capacity requirements 50% - Guaranteed. Hardware enabled thin technologies, advanced tiering, and thin persistence for both file and block data Bulletproof: Tier 1 features now in economy size Quad controller resiliency, multi-tenant design, and mixed workload optimization enable double VM density Tier 1 Storage at Less than $40K!
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