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© 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi Data Systems Midrange Storage Products Michael Vogt PreSales Consultant
2 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Agenda Modular Storage Company Overview Market Trends AMS Series Midrange Software
3 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi, Ltd. (NYSE:HIT / TSE: 6501) Founded in 1910 One of the worlds largest integrated electronics companies Manufacturer of over 20,000 products 985 subsidiaries Over 350,000 employees Total FY04 sales of $84.3B FY04 R&D Investment: $3B + Approx. $7B in cash No. 23 on the 2005 FORTUNE Global 500 Over 40% in IT
4 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi, Ltd. FY2005 Revenue by Segment 24% 5% 12% 14% 21% High Functional Materials + Components Information Systems + Telecommunications Power + Industrial Systems Financial Services Electronic Devices Digital Media + Consumer Products Logistics, Services + Others
5 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Technology Matters: R&D Breakthroughs 1Million Volts Picometer Microscope (gold atoms...) Finger Vein authentification Computer tomography Tokio Subway traffic control ( ATOS ) World's smallest and thinnest 0.15 x 0.15 mm2 7.5µm thick RFID IC chip High-throughput DNA analysis
6 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Finger Vein Pattern Authentication is leading Security Technology from Hitachi, Ltd. Using light, it scans ones unique vein patterns to verify a persons identity Light Vein Lens CCD Camera ATM Authentication PC Log-In Entrance Control Implementation Examples Hitachi Security Benefits Hitachi Leads the Industry in Finger Vein Authentication Technology Hitachi's finger vein technology is able to read the unique pattern of veins inside the finger. Employing this type of biometric device eliminates the need for keys or cards. Because the vein is internal to the body, disguising the vein pattern is virtually impossible, making counterfeiting improbable. Critical to the technology is the use of light, which penetrates the finger, illuminating the unique vascular pattern, eliminating the need to touch sensors directly.
7 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi Europe Invents µ-Chip, Pioneers Smart Tag Technology Achieving a pioneering milestone in smart tag technology, Hitachis µ-chip is the smallest and most advanced RFID chip that is innovatively designed to deliver authentication and tracking capabilities unlike any other device of its kind. Small enough to be embedded in paper, its advanced technology can be used in a wide range of vertical applications including finance, sales, supply-chain, and transportation
8 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi, Ltd.: One of The Worlds Top 10 Software Companies Source: Software Magazine Hitachi, Ltd. Ranked #8 in 2005 with US$9.5B #8 #7 #2 Hitachi Global Software Offerings: Business Continuity Storage Area Management Tiered Storage Software Middleware Web Server Software Operating Systems
9 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Toyota Turns to Hitachi for Hybrid Motors Hitachi: Eco-Friendly in All Industries not just Information Technology
10 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi, Ltd.: The Creators of Innovation Hitachi μ-Chip U.S. Patent & Trademark Office 2004 Rankings Hitachi Global Patent Portfolio Expanding: Storage System Technologies Biotechnology Nanotechnology Networking Thermo-Nuclear Fusion Electron Microscopy #8 #7 #10 Hitachi, Ltd. #8 RFID Solutions
11 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems
12 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi is Number One in the Enterprise for Four Consecutive Quarters Q1 01Q2 01Q3 01Q4 01Q1 02Q2 02Q3 02Q4 02Q1 03Q2 03Q3 03Q4 03Q1 04Q2 04Q3 04Q4 04Q1 05Q2 05Q3 05Q4 05Q1 06 High-End RAID Marketshare AnalysisBased on End-User Data Source: A.G. Edwards & Sons 0.0% 2.5% 5.0% 7.5% 10.0% 12.5% 15.0% 17.5% 20.0% 22.5% 25.0% 27.5% 30.0% 32.5% 35.0% 37.5% 40.0% 42.5% 45.0% 47.5% 50.0% 52.5% 55.0% 57.5% 60.0% 62.5% 65.0% High-End Enterprise Disk Storage Share (End-Users)
13 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Universal Star Network Crossbar Switch ASIC Third-generation custom crossbar switch technology designed specifically for the Hitachi Universal Star Network Embedded with a custom set of logic responsible for the checking, routing, and management of data Jointly developed by Hitachi, Ltd.'s Disk Array Systems, Telecommunications, and Enterprise Server Divisions Manufactured by Hitachi, Ltd.s Semiconductor Operation Hitachi TagmaStore Universal Star Network Crossbar Switch ASIC
14 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi: A Partner Beyond Technology
15 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Throughput Enterprise USP100 USP600 NSC55 USP1100 Upgrade Midrange Scalability Scaling from under 2TB to over 200TB of storage with 500GB SATA drives –grows with your business Very flexible to meet performance, availability, and cost requirements –Support any workload All systems managed from same integrated software suite –Reduced complexity All models compatible for tiered storage attached to USP or NSC –Lower TCO Hitachi Data Systems Application Optimized Storage Solutions WMS100 AMS200 AMS500 AMS USP V with HDP
16 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Agenda Midrange Storage High End Features Hitachi TagmaStore® Adaptable Modular Storage Workgroup Modular Storage Product Overview Key Features –RAID-6 –Cache Partitioning –Volume Migration Modular software –Hitachi TrueCopy Extended Distance software –Multiprotocol: FC SAN/iSCSI/NAS
17 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems AMS GB Cache Mix Up to 450 SATA And Fibre Channel Disks Up to 219TBs Up to 4096 LUNs Up to 1024 Hosts TagmaStore Midrange System-Familie Upgrades / Investment Protection AMS500 8GB Cache Mix Up to 225 SATA And Fibre Channel Disks Up to 109.5TBs Up to 2048 LUNs Up to 512 Hosts Upgrade AMS200 4GB Cache Mix Up to 105 SATA And Fibre Channel Disks Up to 49.5TBs Up to 512 LUNs Up to 512 Hosts Upgrade Scalability Throughput
18 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Dual Controller –Cache size: 4GB to 16GB FC and SATA intermix –450 disk drives (max config, RAW) 73GB, 146GB, or 300GB FC = 135TB 500GB SATA = 219TB –RAID levels: 6, 5, 1+0, 1, 0** –LUNs maximum: Gbit/s FC x 8 host ports Maximum1024 virtual ports with Host Storage Domains –128 virtual ports per physical port TrueCopy Synchronous / Asynchronous Replication Multiprotocol Option / SAN & NAS parallel Adaptable Modular Storage Model AMS1000 AMS1000 Dual-rack Standard 19 3U trays 15 disk drives/tray Up to 30 trays/system 4U controller RoHS-compliant
19 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Key new features of the new WMS100, AMS200, and AMS500 include: –No Copy-Back Sparing –Drive Roaming –LUN to LUN replication –Volume Migration –Cache Partition Manager –RAID-6 –NAS support –Storage Navigator Modular –RoHS Compliant Adaptable Modular Storage
20 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Cache Partition Manager Selectable segment size Customize the cache segment size for a user application Partitioned cache memory Decrease negative effect on performance between applications in a 'storage consolidated' system by dividing the cache memory Turn Cache Mirror OFF Increase cache efficiency over cache data redundancy Selectable stripe size To increase performance by customizing the disk access size
21 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Cache Utilization is Key to Application Performance Without Cache Partitioning Manager Data in cache memory is processed uniformly in units of 16KB regardless of lengths of data sent from a host Data with a length of 4KB or 8KB is scattered on the cache memory Cache-hit rate at the time of response to the read command is effectively lowered
22 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Cache Utilization is Key to Application Performance With Cache Partition Manager The area of the cache memory is divided into two (for this example), making the two portions fit two data lengths When handling a lot of small data with lengths shorter than 16KB, you can raise the cache hit rate and lower response time (read) by specifying data to be processed via partition 2 Contents of the cache memory are controlled more efficiently
23 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Cache Partition Manager Feature Modular storage systems typically have simple single block-size caching algorithm, resulting in inefficient use of cache and/or I/O Cache Partition Manager feature delivers cache environment that can be optimized to specific customer application requirements –Less cache required for specific workloads –Better hit rate for the same cache size –Better optimization of I/O throughput for mixed workloads –No need to mirror all writes where this does not benefit the application 4KB Database blocks in 4KB Cache pages 16KB File system blocks in 16KB Cache pages 64KB Video data blocks in 64KB Cache pages
24 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Controller #1 Partition #0 16KB(Fix) Multi- purpose (Default) Partition #2 4KB For DB (Small size access) Partition #3 256KB Streamin g (Exclusive Partition) Partition #5 16KB (Mirror OFF) For HPC Partition #8 1MB (Mirror OFF) For HPC Dual-write Controller #0 Dir #0 Dir #1 Dual-write Mirror OFF Partition #1 16KB (Fix) Partition #6 64KB Partition #4 64KB Partition #7 4KB Overview of the Cache Partition Manager Cache is divided into partitions that can be exclusively used by assigned LUNs –WMS100: 8 –AMS200: 8 –AMS500: 16 partitions (max. per system) –Partition 0/1 are the master partitions (16KB only) –Partition 2~n have selectable-size segments 4, 8, 16, 64, 256, & 512K –Partition sizes are flexible (each partition has a certain minimum)
25 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi Volume Migration Modular software for Data Lifecycle Management Example: FC to SATA FC LU1 SATA LU2 Online Migration FC LU2 SATA LU1 Migration finish Volume Migration does not require host resource Does not require change of host configuration, mount, or boot. Low I/O access LU migration from FC HDD to SATA HDD Or move heavy IO LU from 10K RPM to 15K RPM HDDs
26 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Example: Performance Tuning LU1 LU2 Online Migration Performance imbalance is addressed Performance bottleneck is removed Hitachi Volume Migration software for Performance Improvement High load I/O Low load RG High load RG LU2 LU1 Migration finish High load I/O Medium load RG Use Hitachi Performance Monitor feature to find performance bottleneck.
27 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems 7d 1p 5d 1p Hitachi Volume Migration software for RAID Group Expansion Expand RAID group without impacting the volume! No application performance degradation during expansion! No risk of lost data! Move from RAID-5 to RAID-6 Example: RAID Group Expansion
28 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems AMS Software
29 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Resource Manager Utility Comes with all modular arrays. Included in the base price. Contains basic management GUI called Storage Navigator Modular (replaces DAMP). This is installed as either as a java application on a desktop machine or as a web application on a server. It integrates with HiCommand Device Manager. Includes software license keys for core functionality. –Host storage domains –Dynamic volume expansion –Cache Partition Manager –SNMP –Flash Access –Volume Migration
30 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems 1 st Screen: Setting LU Information Logical Unit Wizard (LU wizard)
31 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems 2 nd Screen: Confirmation of the setting to be applied List of LUs to be created will be displayed based on the input from the settings in the 1 st screen. Logical Unit Wizard (LU wizard)
32 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems 3 rd Screen: Progress information Logical Unit Wizard (LU wizard)
33 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems WMS and AMS Systems: Unsurpassed Heterogeneous Connectivity Unsurpassed connectivity for virtually any server –Windows NT, Windows 2000, –Windows Server 2003 –Sun Solaris –HP-UX –IBM® AIX® –RedHat Linux, SuSE Linux, Turbolinux –NetApp® Data ONTAP –Novell NetWare –HP Tru64 UNIX –SGI IRIX –HP OpenVMS –Mac OS X –VMware –Host Storage Domains allow multiple heterogeneous servers to share a single port –4Gbit/s FC ports for even better connectivity Sun HP Linux Windows IBM
© 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Optional Software for Hitachi Modular Storage Systems
35 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Performance Monitor Real-time performance reports on array. Graphs displayed in real-time. Data can be saved in CSV file for later analysis.
36 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Data Retention Utility Provides WORM (Write Once Read Many) capability on a per LUN basis. –Often used on low cost SATA drives for archive solutions. Allows a time period to be set for each LUN. –When set this CANNOT be reduced! GUI and CLI interface included. API used by 3 rd party software –E.g. OpenText (IXOS), KVS etc…
© 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Local/In-System Replication
38 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi ShadowImage In-System Replication Software Nondisruptive, customer-managed, host-independent, in-system data replication solution Creates RAID-protected copies of customer-accessible data within a single Hitachi storage system Also supports external storage on the Hitachi TagmaStore Universal Storage Platform or Network Storage Controller
39 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems ShadowImage Software - Instant Copies of Any Data Within a Single System Immediately available copies for concurrent use by other applications No host processing cycles required No dependence on operating system, file system, or database Customer configurableno field engineer requirement RAID-protected copies Three full clone per volume are available on WMS/AMS systems Normal processing continues unaffected FullCopy of Production Volume Production Volume Point-in-time Copy for parallel processing
© 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi Copy-on-Write Snapshot Software (formerly QuickShadow)
41 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Fast Copy, Efficient Backup, Instant Restore Hitachi Copy-on-Write software Provides nondisruptive, volume snapshots Uses less space than full copies or clones Allows frequent, cost-effective, point-in-time copies Up to 15 virtual copies of a primary volume Immediate read/write access to virtual copy Nearly instant restore from any copy
© 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Hitachi TrueCopy Remote Replication Software High-speed, Problem-free, Remote Data Replication
43 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems 2 2 TrueCopy Synchronous Replication The remote I/O is not posted complete to the application until it is written to a remote system The remote copy is always a mirror image Provides fast recovery with no data loss Limited distance – response-time impact P-Vol S-Vol 4 4
44 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Improved Business Resilience TrueCopy and ShadowImage Software Protect your application volumes without impacting production by combining ShadowImage and TrueCopy Synchronous Local Data Center Remote Site Remote Synchronous Copy ShadowImage P-Vol ShadowImage S-Vol TrueCopy P-Vol ShadowImage S-Vol TrueCopy S-Vol ShadowImage P-Vol
45 © 2007 Hitachi Data Systems Throughput Enterprise USP100 USP600 NSC55 USP1100 Upgrade Midrange Scalability Scaling from under 2TB to over 200TB of storage with 500GB SATA drives –grows with your business Very flexible to meet performance, availability, and cost requirements –Support any workload All systems managed from same integrated software suite –Reduced complexity All models compatible for tiered storage attached to USP or NSC –Lower TCO Hitachi Data Systems Application Optimized Storage Solutions WMS100 AMS200 AMS500 AMS USP V with HDP
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