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1 ClearPath Libra Storage Update
MCP-3004, UNITE 2011 Monday, 4:00pm Steven M. O’Brien Unisys Corporation Malvern, PA UNITE 2011 MCP-3004 ClearPath Libra Storage Update Abstract Storage growth, OLTP performance, backup, restore, DR, and flat budgets – challenges that will not go away. Help has arrived. This session shows how ClearPath Libra storage solutions can really make a difference. We will examine how new VNX storage arrays provide a single solution for SAN and NAS data to simplify management and reduce costs. Stuck with age-old backup and recovery technology? New tape virtualization solutions put the zip back in your operations and keep you compliant for long term archiving. Ever wish you could have a do-over when one of your databases gets corrupted? Your wish is our command with new disaster recovery solutions which go backward in time. Join us for this fast paced look at key Unisys storage products and solutions. Speaker Information Steve is a 20-year member of TCIS Storage Portfolio management and is dedicated to developing enterprise storage solutions. A strong advocate of the Unisys Data Center Transformation strategy, Steve holds patents in hardware, firmware and storage software design. A veteran of the US Army Signal Corps, Steve received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware with graduate work in Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Steve is certified as an EMC Systems Engineer and consults for Unisys Technical Consulting organizations worldwide. Session Information Working Group: MCP Systems Audience: General Unisys Presentation Monday, May 23, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Room: Garden 3

2 Today’s Topics What drives Storage Modernization?
ClearPath Storage Products and Solutions Data Protection Storage Roadmap

3 What drives “Storage Modernization”?
Three primary forces at work Technological obsolescence: The condition where a technology, either slowly or suddenly, is no longer desired even though it may still be in good working order Technological convergence: The tendency for different technological systems to evolve towards performing similar tasks. Technological economics: The tendency for newer technologies to create economic trajectories toward lower cost of goods and higher value of functionality Technological Forces at work… Giovanni Dosi is professor at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies [1] in Pisa (Italy) , where he also coordinates the International Doctoral Program in Economics [2] and leads the Laboratory of Economics and Management (LEM) [3]. His major research areas include economics of innovation and technological change, industrial organization and industrial dynamics, as well as theory of the firm and corporate governance. Moreover, professor Dosi is visiting professor at Manchester University (UK), as well as editor for Continental Europe of Industrial and Corporate Change

4 Technological Obsolescence
100 GB capacity 1000 GB capacity 3 2 Technological obsolescence: The condition where a technology, either slowly or suddenly, is no longer desired even though it may still be in good working order Requirement: Transition from old technology to new technology must provide continuity and ongoing business enablement Requirement: Transition from old technology to new technology must provide continuity and ongoing business enablement

5 Technological Convergence
Technological convergence: The tendency for different technological systems to evolve towards performing similar tasks. Requirement: Convergence must be evolutionary – the right size for the intended task – and adaptable over time Requirement: Convergence must be evolutionary – the right size for the intended task – and adaptable over time

6 Technological Economics
Disk Drive Cost Per GIGABYTE Technological economics: The tendency for newer technologies to create economic trajectories toward lower cost of goods and higher value of functionality Technological economics: Acquisition cost must not overwhelm the lower costs associated with new technology and higher value must be client recognized Requirement: Acquisition cost must not overwhelm the lower costs associated with new technology and higher value must be client recognized

7 PowerPoint Development Guidelines OLTP Online , mid-Tier, and archive
Tiered Storage OLTP Online , mid-Tier, and archive Storage Array Options For ClearPath Libra, ClearPath Dorado, Windows, Unix, and Linux PowerPoint Development Guidelines

8 Industry’s Best Enterprise Storage
EMC Symmetrix Family September 2009 Industry’s Best Enterprise Storage Symmetrix Storage Array platforms Symmetrix V-Max Symmetrix DMX-4 Symmetrix DMX-3 Tiered storage optimization Storage tiering, mobility, and management capabilities Lowest total cost of ownership Reduce costs and deliver higher service levels via scale-out and multi-level storage tiering Information availability Most advanced and widely deployed business continuity platform Simplified management and operations Simplified storage allocation, resource management, and tiering ClearPath qualified Let’s review the key platforms of the Symmetrix family. The newest member of the Symmetrix family is the Symmetrix V-Max series with Enginuity Operating Environment. The V-Max extends the Symmetrix family from the DMX-3 and DMX-4 Series arrays. The Symmetrix V-Max incorporates a scale-out architecture that delivers unprecedented levels of performance and scalability for hyper-consolidation requirements. New management and ease-of-use capabilities make it the ideal choice to support virtual data centers. Symmetrix DMX-4 continues to be the market leader versus other high-end alternatives such as Hitachi USP and IBM DS8000. It offers support for Flash and SATA drives with key management features such as Virtual Provisioning, Quality of Service, and Virtual LUN—all key capabilities to supporting a tiered storage strategy. #1 in high-end external RAID (IDC, Jan 2011*)

9 V-MAX Tiered Storage Options
PowerPoint Development Guidelines V-MAX Tiered Storage Options SOFTWARE-BASED TIERING CAPABILITIES Advanced functionality to optimize storage tiering New Cache Partitioning ControlCenter Symmetrix Optimizer Quality of Service Management Virtual LUN Technology Virtual Provisioning PLATFORM-BASED TIERING CAPABILITIES New Flash Drives Best of-breed storage systems and technology Tier 0 Tier 1 Tier 1 EMC storage platforms deliver on best-of-breed technology that provides a wide range of storage tiering capabilities. Storage tiering helps you optimize your environments by storing information on the right platform at the right cost point. Building on this, EMC provides advanced functionality to optimize storage tiering through a suite of software-based tiering capabilities. This includes key capabilities such as quality of service management and optimization tools that dial in the right levels of performance to meet specific application service levels. It also includes mobility tools in the array that transparently move information from where it is to where it needs to be. What’s new are innovative technologies that build on these core tiering capabilities to provide new and unique tiering options. This includes Symmetrix Virtual Provisioning to improve capacity utilization and to simplify management and allocation of tiered storage. It also includes new Flash drives that break the performance barriers associated with traditional disk-drive technology to provide new levels of performance to meet tier 0 requirements. Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 2 Tier 2 First and Only High-end Array with Flash Drive Technology Breaks the Performance Barrier and Reinvents High End Storage PowerPoint Development Guidelines

10 VNX Series Storage Arrays - Unified Storage Platforms
Announcing the record breaking new VNX Family of Unified Storage Platforms. These hardware and software solutions are simple to provision, efficient with lower capacity requirements, affordable for any budget, and powerful enough to handle the demands of virtual applications. In fact, the VNX family delivers the world’s simplest array to manage and the world's best mid-tier performance.

11 VNX Series Hardware Overview
Max. Drives 75 125 250 500 1000 Drive Types SAS, NL-SAS, Flash SAS, NL-SAS, Flash I/O Slots 4 to 8 4 to 13 6 to 18 6 to 42 X-Blades none 1 or 2 1 or 2 or 3 2 or 3 or 4 2 to 8 System Memory n/a 6 GB / blade 12 GB / blade 24 GB / blade Protocols NFS, CIFS, MPFS, pNFS SPs 2 4 GB /SP 8 GB / SP 12 GB / SP 18 GB / SP 24 GB / SP FC FC, iSCSI, FCoE, Here are the hardware specifications: The VNX Series consists of 5 models, ranging from a maximum of 75 to 1000 drives, and scales in processing power and system memory. The VNX5100 is a Fibre-channel, block-only model, designed to meet a price point for pure Fibre Channel environments with no future requirement for file access. All the other models provide file access through the X-blades and block access through the storage processors. They can start with file or block and be upgraded to support both. Please take a moment to review this slide. File Block 11

12 Powerful, Flexible Modular Architecture
More processing power. Self-optimizing pools. Any network. SAN BLOCK iSCSI FC FCoE Unified multi-protocol Full support for any network Unified block, file and object support Share volumes and files Fully provisioned LUNs NAS FILE CIFS NFS pNFS MPFS CLOUD OBJECT REST SOAP Multi-controller scale* Add X-blades for the right amount of file sharing power Add storage processors for more storage pool scale Scales to 96 CPU cores and 4,000 drives X-Blade SP X-Blade SP X-Blade SP X-Blade SP X-Blade SP X-Blade SP X-Blade X-Blade SP SP SSD The VNX series is based on an industry leading architecture that allows you to configure purpose built components that are designed specifically for the different workloads required. For different connectivity options like: SAN (i.e. block connectivity with iSCSI, Fibre Channel or Fibre Channel over Ethernet), NAS (i.e. CIFS, NFS with pNFS or Multi-Path File System) or Cloud ( i.e. with Atmos for REST or SOAP), the VNX platform addresses each with its purposed built modular architecture, simultaneously. The benefits of the modular unified architecture include: Offering a modular design with optimized controllers for the protocols and workload to be served on. You can add and scale out the X-Blades independently and without impacting the overall system Both controllers benefit from a central storage pool for LUN provisioning ensuring no stranded unused resources. Frequently accessed data is automatically moved to high-performance Flash drives and infrequently accessed data is moved to high-capacity/low-cost disk drives. Another advantage of the modular architecture is that EMC has packaged the X-Blades into a NAS gateway model. This gateway supports FC SAN connect to EMC Block storage (Symmetrix, VNX and CLARiiON) and scales with support for up to four storage arrays. So, if you are looking for more storage scale, adding memory, adding drives over and above what is typically supported, add a gateway in front of four VNX7500’s and you can scale up to 8 X-Blades, up to 8 storage processors and up to 4,000 drives. All the power you need from the VNX series modular architecture. Note to Presenter: The graphic depicting eight storage processors is based on a configuration that includes a VNX gateway front-ending four VNX Series storage arrays. Note to Presenter: Click to show the red box, indicating that the following slides (9-40) cover hardware and base software for File and Block components of the VNX solution HDD Self-optimizing storage pools Active Data is automatically moved to FLASH for fastest performance Inactive Data is automatically moved out of FLASH to large disks for lowest capacity cost Fully Automated. Always on. No management intervention needed. Set-it-and-forget-it. Lowest transaction cost and lowest capacity cost—simultaneously! STORAGE POOL *2 SP’s requires Gateway with multi back end

13 New FLASH 1st Data Strategy for Symmetrix V-Max and VNX Series
Hot data on fast Flash SSDs—cold data on dense disks “Hot” high activity Highly active data is stored on Flash SSDs for fastest response time As data ages, activity falls, triggering automatic movement to high capacity disk drives for lowest cost FLASH SSD High Cap. HDD Data Activity The VNX series has been expressly designed to take advantage of the latest innovation in Flash drive technology, maximizing the storage system’s performance and efficiency while minimizing cost per GB. When even a few Flash drives are combined with the EMC FAST Suite, an unrivaled set of software that tiers data across heterogeneous drives and boosts the most active data to cache, customers receive the optimal benefits of a FLASH 1st strategy.  FLASH 1st, available only through EMC, ensures customers never have to make concessions for cost or performance. Highly active data is served from up to 2TB of Flash drives with FAST Cache, which dynamically absorbs unpredicted spikes in system workloads.  As that data ages and becomes less active over time, FAST VP (Fully Automated Storage Tiering for Virtual Pools) tiers the data from high performance to high capacity drives in 1 GB increments, resulting in overall lower costs –regardless of application type or data age. Best of all, this all happens automatically based on customer-defined policies, saving application and storage administrators time and money by intelligently doing the work associated with pre- and post-provisioning tasks. Movement Trigger “Cold” low activity Data Age

14 The FAST Technology Highest performance and capacity efficiency—automatically! Flash SSD High- Performance HDD High- capacity HDD Real-time caching with FAST Cache Scheduled optimization with FAST VP FAST Cache continuously ensures that the hottest data is served from high performance FLASH SSDs FAST VP (Virtual Pools)* optimizes storage pools automatically, ensuring that active data is being served from SSDs, while cold data is moved to lower cost disk tiers Together they deliver a fully automated FLASH 1st storage strategy for optimal performance at the lowest cost attainable Monitor and Tune the whole system with the complementary Unisphere QoS Manager and Unisphere Analyzer The FAST Suite improves performance and maximizes storage efficiency by deploying this FLASH 1st strategy. FAST Cache, an extendable cache of up to 2.1TB, gives a real-time performance boost by ensuring the hottest data is served from the highest-performing Flash drives for as long as needed. FAST VP then complements FAST Cache by optimizing storage pools on a regular, scheduled basis. Customers define how and when data is tiered using policies that dynamically move most active data to high-performance drives (e.g. Flash), and less active data to high-capacity drives, all in one-gigabyte increments for both block and file data. Together, they automatically optimize for the highest system performance and the lowest storage cost simultaneously. In addition, the FAST Suite includes Unisphere Quality of Service Manager (UQM) and Unisphere Analyzer. UQM provides even greater flexibility to tune the system by allowing specific controller resource adjustments to be dynamically applied to specific workloads (LUNs) as those workloads change throughout the day. Unisphere Analyzer is a powerful tool integrated to Unisphere which allows detailed statistics to be gathered for the VNX system to enable troubleshooting. * Not available for VNX5100.

15 30 8 1 FAST Cache Overview Run workloads up to 3X faster DRAM
Support for file and block Extends mid-tier cache using Flash drives Adds up to 2 TB of cache Less than a third of the cost of DRAM Hot data automatically ends up in FAST Cache RAID 1 for Read/Write protection Transparent to SP failure, no need to warm up the cache Applicable to most workloads Exchange SharePoint Oracle Database File VMware SAP Fastest 30 FAST Cache is the ability to use Flash drive technology to extend existing cache capacity for better system-wide performance. FAST Cache is supported for Block and File LUNs. FAST Cache combines hardware and software elements: Note to Presenter: The numbers in the picture roughly represent the relative costs of DRAM versus Flash Drives Versus conventional performance disk drives (e.g. 15K SAS) where the conventional drives are normalized to a price of $1. Hardware—Enterprise Flash drives with FAST Cache drive SKUs for new purchases. Customers can also use existing Flash drives that meet the appropriate configuration. Software—FAST Cache Software. Platform based (VNX5100, VNX5300, VNX5500 etc.), one FAST Cache license per system. The license enables FAST Cache usage for all allowed configurations. It is available as an individual product or as part of the FAST Suite and total efficiency pack (described above). It is chargeable in all cases. FAST cache provides improved performance for most workload types, especially those that experience frequent and unpredictable large increases in IO activity (such as VMware View boot storms) and is a cost effective solution compared to the cost of DRAM, while also, potentially, allowing more extensive usage of high capacity NL-SAS drives. Adding Flash drives as FAST Cache will improve cache hit rates from the traditional 20-30% up to 60-70%. Using FAST Cache with FAST VP (see later in this presentation) together, allows unprecedented Flash scaling while also addressing short and longer term data access trends cost effectively for the most optimal efficiency solution. As most workloads have a mixture of reads and writes, FAST Cache supports Read/Write mode so the benefits extend to all IO activity on the system, not just reads (and this requires RAID 1 mirrored pairs). If data is already on Flash drives (for instance it is in a LUN on a Flash RAID Group), it will be excluded from Fast Cache processing. DRAM Performance FAST Cache 8 Capacity Disk Drives 1 FAST SUITE

16 FAST VP for Block and File Access
Optimize VNX for minimum TCO BEFORE AFTER Automates movement of hot or cold blocks Optimizes use of high performance and high capacity drives Improves cost and performance Pool LUN 1 Tier 0 LUN 2 Tier 1 The second feature provided in the FAST Suite, which is highly complementary to FAST Cache is FAST for Virtual Pools. The combination of FAST Cache and FAST VP addresses the perennial storage management problem: the cost of optimizing the storage system. In many cases prior to FAST and FAST Cache, it was simply too resource intensive to perform manual optimization and many customers simply overprovisioned storage to ensure the performance requirements of a data set were met. With the arrival of Flash drives and the FAST Suite, we have a better way to achieve this fine cost/performance balance: The classic approach to storage provisioning can be repetitive and time-consuming and often produces uncertain results. It is not always obvious how to match capacity to the performance requirements of a workload’s data. Even when a match is achieved, requirements change, and a storage system’s provisioning may require constant adjustment. Storage tiering is one solution. Storage tiering puts several different types of storage devices into an automatically managed storage pool. LUNs use the storage capacity they need from the pool, on the devices with the performance they need. Fully Automated Storage Tiering for Virtual Pools (FAST VP) is the EMC® VNX® feature that allows a single LUN to leverage the advantages of Flash, SAS, and Near-line SAS drives through the use of pools.  FAST solves theses issues by providing automated sub-LUN-level tiering. FAST collects I/O activity statistics at the 1 GB granularity level (known as a slice). The relative activity level of each slice is used to determine which slices should be promoted to higher tiers of storage. Relocation is initiated at the user’s discretion through either manual initiation or an automated scheduler.  Through the frequent relocation of 1 GB slices, FAST continuously adjusts to the dynamic nature of modern storage environments. This removes the need for manual, resource-intensive LUN Migrations while still providing the performance levels required by the most active dataset, thereby optimizing for cost and performance simultaneously. Tier 2 Most activity Neutral activity Least activity FAST SUITE

17 FAST Suite—FAST VP + FAST Cache
FAST Cache Copies hottest data to Flash Optimizes Flash utilization Dynamic movement in near real time 64 KB sub-slices ideal for bursty data FAST VP Tiers across drives in pool Optimizes drive utilization Relative ranking over time 1 GB slices ideal for deterministic data DRAM Cache FAST Cache FLASH FLASH FLASH FLASH FAST Virtual Pool FLASH FLASH Slide 2 of 3 – this shows heating up of sub-slice chunks of 64 KB Granularity, and being copied into FAST Cache SAS SAS SAS SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS NL-SAS FAST SUITE

18 Tape Modernization = Tape Virtualization

19 Tape and Tape Library Virtualization
Tape and Tape Library Virtualization Technologies Virtual Tape Appliance – dedicated server with software which emulates one of more industry tape drives – dozens to hundreds of “tape drives” Virtual Tape Library - dedicated server with software which emulates a tape library robot and one of more industry tape drives – responds to robotic commands – pick and place and features dozens to hundreds of “tape drives” Another good example of Technological Obsolescence – aging physical tape libraries which have been replaced by Virtual Tape Appliances and Virtual Tape Libraries.

20 Full Host Integration with DSI Library Manager
Unisys Family of DSI VTL’s For ClearPath and Open Systems Full Host Integration with DSI Library Manager DSI 9983 Enterprise VTL Head Unit Standard or HA Capacity to 500+TB Performance up to 2400 MB/s DSI 9923/33 VTL Head Unit Standard or HA Capacity to 200+TB Performance up to 2400 MB/s Medium to Large This is our VTL line up with the newest models in the DSI9000 VTL Family which are qualified on ClearPath MCP, ClearPath OS2200, and even Open Systems. All standard models include N+1 Power and Cooling modules as well as full data protection with RAID 6 technology. High Availability models provide a second failover unit which can be configured as Active-Active or Active-Passive. If your Open Systems data growth is out of control, two VTL models, the DSI9303 and the DSI9983 offer optional Open Systems “3D” Data De-Duplication. The 3D option can be used for Open data even in a shared environment with ClearPath systems. DSI 9303 Standard dual, quad-core processors Capacity to 48TB Performance up to 1200 MB/s Holds more than 30, track cartridges Head Units with choice of storage EMC Symmetrix EMC VNX DSI 900 DSI 9253 Small Standard dual, quad-core processors Capacity to 9TB Performance up to 400 MB/s Holds more that 6, track cartridges More Information: DSI Virtual Tape 9000 Series

21 ClearPath Tape Manager Integration
Libra Features and Benefits DSI TapeManager with Agent Import virtual cartridge from virtual vault Export to physical tape Replicate to remote VTL Support VTL tape stacking/un-stacking Manage VTL backend library Fibre Channel DSI TM One of the key features of Unisys VTL technology is Host Integration with host Tape Management software. Unisys provides a VTL Agent which resides on the VTL to sense the status of the VTL unit and to detect the operating status of the virtual tape environment. This information is then relayed to host Tape Management software for full Operator visibility into tape operations. Agent V1 - Provides monitor information in response to a Tape Manager request. Information about VTL server VTL software version and O/S version. Detailed information on each logical library configured in the VTL library name, virtual id, # of drives, # of slots, # of tapes in library. Detailed information on a virtual tape volume. Monitoring of VTL disk space for virtual volume storage. Increased reporting capabilities, including movement and policy rules for individual virtual volumes and vault monitoring. Statistics for virtual cartridges including Data size and disk usage System Requirements: DSI9000 v 2.1release ClearPath MCP – DSI TM/LM Rel 8.068 ClearPath OS 2200 – FCI STAR R2 v6 Agent V2 - Provides management capability in response to a Tape Manager request Allows ClearPath TM software to initiate: Import virtual cartridge from virtual vault Export to physical tape (with copy or move, encrypt or stack) Replicate to remote VTL (with compression and / or encryption) Support VTL tape stacking and un-stacking Manage VTL backend library DSI9000 v 2.1 (FalconStor v 5.1) release ClearPath MCP – DSI Tape Manager Rel 8.068 ClearPath OS 2200 FCI STAR1100 1R2 v? – coming VTL Agent Library Environment

22 Physical Tape and Tape Library Solutions
LTO4 HH – 1.8 TB per cartridge Standalone or cartridge autoloader Encryption option T10KB Library – 1,000 PB capacity 9040, T10K, LTO drives Up to 100,000 cartridge slots Unisys also offers a complete line of physical tape and tape library products which are fully integrated and qualified on all our mainframe systems. Library – 96 TB capacity 2-8 LTO drives 60 to 120 cartridge slots LTO3 HH – 800 GB per cartridge Standalone or cartridge autoloader T9840D Library – 96 TB capacity 1-4 LTO drives 30 to 60 cartridge slots LTO4 4MM – 72 GB per cartridge 10 cartridge autoloader Library – 60 PB capacity 9040, T10K, LTO drives 200 to 5,925 cartridge slots More Information: DSI Tape Systems and Oracle StorageTek Tape

23 Industry Leading SAN Infrastructure
Convergence is coming Industry Leading SAN Infrastructure Brocade Fibre Channel Switches Top rated 8Gb/s fibre channel switches Entry-level to enterprise class switches Investment protection Forward and backward compatibility for 2Gb/s, 4Gb/s and now 8Gb/s SAN networking infrastructures Advanced features Resilient Fabric OS, e-Ports with virtual trunking, energy efficient, setup wizards Flexible and Easy to Use Configurations ranging from 8 to 80 ports – core to edge networking ClearPath qualified How is all this technology connected to the mainframe – by the most advanced Fibre Channel networks in the industry. The family of Brocade 8Gb/s Fibre Channel Switches offers protection investment for years of investment in 2Gb/s and 4Gb/s fibre channels technologies. In September of last year, a consortium of vendors – Brocade, Emulex and Qlogic announced support for the next generation of 16Gb/s Fibre Channel switches. Brocade has already begun shipping the B6510 switch with 16 Gb/s technology. But the big news in the storage networking space is “convergence”. Look for new converged switches featuring Fibre Channel and Ethernet and switching featuring the new Fibre Channel over Ethernet – FCoE. Brocade, Emulex, Qlogic announce support for 16Gb/s FC. Sept 2010

24 Data Protection and Disaster Recovery

25 Understanding RPO and RTO
Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Event occurs 10 a.m. RPO Amount of data lost from failure, measured as the amount of time from a disaster event to the last good backup RTO Targeted amount of time to restart a business service after an event Page 25 25

26 Technologies for Data Protection
Deployment of These Technologies Dictated by Cost, RTO and RPO Seconds Replication CDP Array Snapshots Minutes Disk Backup and VTL Backup Replication RPO/RTO Space- Saving Snapshots Global Deduplication Hours Tape Backup Days Cost Page 26 26

27 Converged DR with RecoverPoint Solutions
4/1/2017 Converged DR with RecoverPoint Solutions PRODUCTION DISASTER RECOVERY ClearPath MCP ClearPath OS 2200 ClearPath MCP ClearPath OS 2200 Windows Linux Windows Linux SAN/WAN SAN/WAN SAN/WAN RecoverPoint RecoverPoint DSI Head VTL RecoverPoint splitter comes with each CLARiiON or VNX Supported on ClearPath MCP, ClearPath OS 2200, Microsoft, Linux systems 2011 GOIS Portfolio Sales Training | © 2010 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 27 2011 TCIS Training Event

28 Roadmaps ClearPath Libra
Trying to find your way from Strategic Way to Success Lane… Work with Unisys Storage Portfolio Management to develop your own Company Storage Roadmap… Contact Steve O’Brien at

29 ClearPath Libra Storage Roadmap
PowerPoint Development Guidelines ClearPath Libra Storage Roadmap VNX Unified Storage Symmetrix V-Max RecoverPoint DSI VTL Series Tape drives Encrypting tape drives Tape Libraries VNX FAST – Fully Automated Storage Tiering Unisys supported VTL with B&L Tape Management LTO5 Tape Drive Symmetrix FAST – Fully Automated Storage Tiering Backup to Cloud Storage Portal New VTL Engines - inc performance - 8 Gb/s fibre channel Brocade 16Gb/s FC Sw Today 2Q11 2H11 * Check with Storage Portfolio Management for details PowerPoint Development Guidelines

30 Summary Unisys understands Enterprise Storage
Best-in-class Storage Portfolio Worldwide sales, support and service Roadmap to success Questions

31 ClearPath Libra Storage Update UNITE 2011 – MCP3004

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