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1 Cisco SAN for Small to Cloud-Scale Data Centers: Superior Platforms, Scale, and Operational Simplicity Kurnijanto E Sanggono Datacenter Sales Head 16 September 2014 Raising the Bar for Storage Networks - Again! v1.1

2 Cisco Confidential 2 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. An Era of Massive Data Growth Creating New Business Imperatives for IT IDC April 2014: The Digital Universe of Opportunities: Rich Data and Increasing Value of Internet of Things 10X Increase in Data Produced (From 4.4T GB to 44T GB)32B IoT Devices (Will be Connected to Internet) 85% of Data for Which Enterprises Will Have Liability and Responsibility 40% of Data Will Be “Touched” by Cloud By 2020

3 Cisco Confidential 3 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Evolution of Storage Networking…. Block and/or File Arrays Enterprise Apps: OLTP, VDI, etc.Big Data, Scale-Out NASCloud Storage (Object) Multi-Protocol (FC, FICON, FCIP, FCoE, NAS, iSCSI, HTTP) Performance (16G FC, 10GE, 40GE, 100GE) Scale (Tens of Thousands P/V Devices, Billions of Objects) Operational Simplicity (Automation, Self-Service Provisioning) Fabric Compute Nodes REST API

4 Cisco Confidential 4 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Which Storage Networking Architecture are you looking to deploy in the next 1-3 years? 1) Classical Enterprise SAN Architecture 2) High Performance Ethernet Architecture - Big Data, NAS 3) Cloud Storage 4) Some combination of the Above Question

5 Cisco Confidential 5 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Innovation NEW Platforms MDS 9148S MDS 9706 MDS 9700 FCoE Enabling Cloud-Scale Deployments Increased scale for SAN SAN overlay on Ethernet Fabrics Migration of Massive Amounts of Data Simplifying SAN Management Hardware-based congestion control Fabric Automation Extensive monitoring and visibility Driving Innovations for the Next Decade with a complete 16G Portfolio Deploy Small, Medium, Large SANs with Cisco MDS 9000 Family Continued Innovations Over the Last Decade Comprehensive Security Virtual SAN (VSAN) Integrated SAN Extension for DC/BR Performance and Density Single LAN/SAN Management FCoE Inter-VSAN Routing Network Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Tools Integrated Multi-Protocol FC, FICON, iSCSI and FCIP Industry-Leading FC Performance, Reliability 40 G FCoE Now Unified Port

6 Cisco Confidential 6 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Which attribute would you rate the most important for your Storage Networking implementations? 1) Performance – 16G FC, 40G FCoE 2) Scale Out (lots of physical/virtual devices in a fabric) or Scale Up (lots of physical/virtual devices connected to same switch 3) Operational Simplicity – Ease of Management Question

7 Cisco Confidential 7 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. CONSISTENT AND SIMPLIFIED Features, Management, and Programmability Cisco Multi-Protocol Architecture – SAN, LAN, and Compute COMPUTE Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects Cisco UCS 6248UP Cisco UCS 6296UP LAN / SAN Cisco Nexus 9000 Cisco Nexus 7000 Cisco Nexus 6000 Cisco Nexus 5600 Cisco Nexus 5500 Cisco Nexus 3000 Cisco Nexus 2000 SAN Cisco MDS 9500 Cisco MDS 9222i Cisco MDS 9148 Cisco MDS 9710 Cisco MDS 48x16G line-rate FC Module Cisco MDS 9250i 10+ Years of Proven NX-OS Operating System Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Cisco MDS 48x10G line-rate FCoE Module Cisco MDS 9706 Cisco MDS 9148S

8 Cisco Confidential 8 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Application Trends New Data Center Trends Cause Disruptions Big Data 25% CAGR—Big Data 1 10G LoM 3 75% Bare-Metal 2 Web 2.0 / DevOps 45% Multi-Hypervisor 4 Linux Containers Public / Private Cloud 2/3rd of all Workloads in Cloud by 2017 InterCloud Impact on IT Infrastructure 2 IDC Worldwide Virtual Machine Forecast 4 Information week 2013 Virtualization Management Survey 3 HP 1 Cisco Global Cloud Index Design and ScaleOperations Model Consumption Model A New Application Centric Infrastructure is Required

9 Cisco Confidential 9 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

10 Cisco Confidential 10 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. What is Application Centric Infrastructure ? ACI is a pre-assembled, integrated hardware and software strategy that enables Cisco to deliver secure, programmable, policy-based agile cloud infrastructure to deploy heterogeneous applications to enable business growth. Provides a Business architecture ACI is SDN…but a lot more, ground breaking! Raises discussion from Infrastructure to the Application layer Addresses many of today’s data center challenges Uses existing data center fiber infrastructure Requires Organizational preparation Significantly lowers TCO Enables Fast IT Policy End Points Application Network Profiles FabricFabric

11 Cisco Confidential 11 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Introducing Application Centric Infrastructure Components Application Network Profile Orchestration Frameworks Hypervisor Management OVM Systems Management Centralized Policy Management Open APIs, Open Source, Open Standards Fabric Automation Enterprise Monitoring ACI Ecosystem Partners End Points Physical & Virtual Physical Networking Nexus 2K Nexus 7K Hypervisors and Virtual Networking Compute L4–L7 Services StorageMulti DC WAN and Cloud Integrated WAN Edge

12 Cisco Confidential 12 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco IT’s ACI Data Center Architecture Vxlan Leaf to Hypervisor Vxlan Spine to Leaf ACI Fabric Flexible Topology Virtual Boundaries Physical and Virtual Services Highly Converged Infrastructure Easier to Manage

13 Cisco Confidential 13 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. DETAILS: Delivering Infrastructure for Applications -and- What can we Automate? Physical Build in the DC Racking Stacking patching Physical Build in the DC Racking Stacking patching Basic configuration of DC Infrastructure Basic configuration of DC Infrastructure Client/App specifics ACI for network items ACI for network and network security items ACI for network and network security items ACI & Automation Application Code Specifics Foundational Aspects UCS Switches Storage SLB FW UCS Switches Storage SLB FW Functional Aspects (IaaS / PaaS) Functional Aspects (IaaS / PaaS) xVMs CPU/Mem per VM/BM Storage per VM/BM SLB setup FW setup OS Apache/Oracle … basic code xVMs CPU/Mem per VM/BM Storage per VM/BM SLB setup FW setup OS Apache/Oracle … basic code Build Handover to APP teams High Integrity Automation Systems Reduction of extensive (change management) processes High Integrity Automation Systems Reduction of extensive (change management) processes

14 Cisco Confidential 14 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. New Platforms

15 Cisco Confidential 15 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Foundational Switching Platforms for the Next Decade Industry Leading Price/Performance, Port Density: Fastest 10G/40G /100G Platform with Merchant+ Programmability/ Open APIs: Linux Containers, Python, Power Shell, Puppet, Chef… Ideal for DevOps!! 15% Better Power & Cooling–2.8X Better Reliability Innovation Object Model, No Backplane, No Midplane, Health scores $ Multi-million Savings 40/100G on Existing Cables using BiDi Optics. Non disruptive migration to 40G Nexus /10/40/100G Standalone / ACI Ready

16 Cisco Confidential 16 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. High-Performance, Easy to Deploy, Enterprise-class Fabric Switch Cisco MDS 9148S Fabric Switch VERSATILE EASY TO USEENTERPRISE-CLASS Line-rate 16/8/4/2G FC Ports Industry-leading port range Start with 12-port base Scale up with 12-port license Or, full 48-port option available Automated Provisioning Quick Configuration Wizard Same OS and Management across Industry’s broadest SAN Portfolio Non-disruptive software upgrades Up to 32 Virtual SANs (VSANs) Inter-VSAN Routing (IVR), QOS, PortChannels, N-Port ID Virtualization (NPIV), N-Port Virtualization (NPV), Comprehensive Security Hardware-based slow-drain detection and recovery Back Dual Power Supplies and Fans for Enterprise-Class Availability Front 48 x 16G FC Line Rate Performance Expand from 12- to 48-ports in 12-port increments 1 RU Now

17 Cisco Confidential 17 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. MDS 9148S: Industry’s Most Affordable 16G Fabric Switch List Price Comparison* Premium to MDS 9148S 12-ports24-ports48-ports Brocade %+40% Brocade % MDS 9148S Provides Superior Affordability Across All Configurations AND Has More Capabilities Included at No Additional Cost *Prices include 16G SW optics Cisco MDS 9148S 12-ports 24-ports 36-ports 48-ports SMALL SAN

18 Cisco Confidential 18 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. MDS 9148S Competitive Comparison FeatureBrocade 6505Brocade 6510Cisco MDS 9148S Size1RU Port configurations12/2424/36/4812/24/36/48 Aggregate bandwidth384 Gbps768 Gbps Power redundancy1 (+1 optional)1+1 Virtual fabric supportNoneLimitedFull-function VSAN/IVR support Max Ports, Bandwidth per ISL Trunk, Licensing for ISL Trunk 8 Ports, 128 Gbps, Optional license ($6K list price) 8 Ports, 128 Gbps, Optional license ($6K list price) 16 Ports, 256 Gbps, None – functionality included in base configuration Slow-Drain Detection & RecoveryDetection only Detection & Recovery, Hardware-based Automated Provisioning Limited (IP Address, Config only) Full (IP Address, Software Image, Config) Unmatched Flexibility and Enterprise-class Capability

19 Cisco Confidential 19 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Automated Provisioning Consistent Configuration on Switch Power Up MDS 9148S ………………………………………………………………….. Provides: IP Address, Gateway Software Image Configuration File Automates switch setup Eliminates the need for serial cable for manual configuration of each switch Ensures configuration consistency Rapid Error-Free Deployments

20 Cisco Confidential 20 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3x THE PERFORMANCE OF ANY COMPACT DIRECTOR INDUSTRY’S MOST RELIABLE COMPACT DIRECTOR AND,15X the performance of current MDS 9506 director Grow without forklift – investment protection for future 1.5 Tbps/slot Switching Capacity Preserve IT operations and Knowledge – ease of migration with NX-OS and DCNM Eliminate loss of bandwidth N+1 Fabric Redundancy Eliminate Downtime In-Service Software Upgrade Dual, Redundant Supervisors Redundant power supplies/fans Maintain Performance Reduced Failure Domains Evolves with Your Business for the Next Decade 9RU Cisco MDS 9706 Multilayer Director Extending MDS 9710 Director Qualities to a Smaller Form Factor Front-Back Airflow Scale up to 192 Line Rate Ports – 16G FC or 10G FCoE Now

21 Cisco Confidential 21 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Multi-Hop FCoE with Separate LAN and SAN Cores Introducing Industry’s Highest-Density FCoE Module on a FC Director Dedicated Storage Core FCoE-only Dedicated Ethernet Core Nexus Directors Converged Link Dedicated FCoE Ethernet Ethernet Ubiquity and Cost-Advantage Higher Speed ISLs Available Sooner Same Management Model as FC – Separate LAN and SAN Nexus 2232PP LAN Converged Access Nexus Fixed or Directors MDS 48x10G FCoE Module FCoE-Only Dedicated Storage Core MDS 9700 Series

22 Cisco Confidential 22 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Enabling Cloud-Scale Deployments Increased scale for SANs SAN overlay on Ethernet Fabrics Migration of Massive Amounts of Data

23 Cisco Confidential 23 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. MDS 9700 or Nexus 7700 Series Boosting Scale for SAN Infrastructures Thousands of Devices – heterogeneous physical, virtual environments Scale-out: large FC infrastructure requires support for  Lots of switches  increase number of domains supported  Lots of hosts  increase number of zones supported  Lots of VMs  increase number of fabric logins per fabric Scale-up: requires each FC switch to support  Lots of hosts  increase number of fabric logins per switch and per module Scale at 16G FC Performance for Cloud-Scale SAN Deployments Scale Parameter MDS 9700/ Nexus 7700 Tested Configuration Limits Cisco Improvement over earlier support Industry Leader Number of Domains*80+33%+42% Zones per Fabric16, %- Fabric Logins per Fabric20, %+233% Fabric Logins per Switch4, % Fabric Logins per Module1, %- FC: Now FCoE: Q3CY14 FC: Now FCoE: Q3CY14 * Number of Domains targeted to scale from currently supported 60 to 80 in a future maintenance release

24 Cisco Confidential 24 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Scale-out Ethernet Fabric Architecture with FCoE Overlay Scale-out Storage—Block, File, Object All Links shared with Ethernet LAN traffic, providing a Converged Fabric High-Performance  10G to Server. 40G in Ethernet Fabric  Exchange-based Load Balancing in the Fabric High-Availability (HA)  Logical separation and redundancy of SAN-A/SAN-B achieved through VLANs  SAN-A/SAN-B NOT interrupted if a Spine fails - traffic sent to other Spines Dynamic  Dynamic discovery of leaf nodes and establishment of VE-port relationship  Reduced possibility of human error during configuration Dynamic FCoE using FabricPath Nexus 5000/6000: Available Nexus 7000: Q3CY14 Nexus 5000/6000: Available Nexus 7000: Q3CY14 FCoE SAN-A FCoE SAN-B Ethernet Spine Leaf SAN-ASAN-BSAN-ASAN-B Nexus 5000/ 6000/7000 Nexus 5000/6000 FCoE FC NAS, iSCSI

25 Cisco Confidential 25 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Data Migration for Massive Amounts of Data Significant Improvement with MDS 9250i Cisco MDS 9250i Storage Services Switch MDS Data Mobility Manager Insert Transparently and Migrate Data between Heterogeneous Storage Arrays 2x SPEED For FAST MIGRATION 3.7 TB/hour migration throughput 8x SCALE FOR MASSIVE DATA up to 16 TB LUN size up to 7680 LUNS RESILIENCY FROM WAN LINK FAILURE Job auto-resumes after WAN link recovery

26 Cisco Confidential 26 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Simplifying SAN Management Hardware-based Congestion Control Fabric Automation Extensive monitoring and visibility – End-to-end visibility, SAN Host Path Redundancy, Switch Health Score

27 Cisco Confidential 27 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. PlatformsDetection GranularityRecovery Action Latency – Start and Stop Software-based MDS 9500 MDS ms Hardware-based NEW! MDS 9700, MDS 9250i, MDS 9148S 1msImmediate (ns) Hardware-based FC Congestion Detection and Recovery Deploy Robust FC Networks and Reduce Operational Cost Potential Reasons for Slow-drain Devices  Speed Mismatch  HBA issues  Server Performance issues – application/OS  Non graceful Virtual Machine exit Affected Host Misbehaving HBA Misbehaving device “slowly drains” packets destined to it from the SAN. Unrelated flows and devices can be affected MDS auto-detects slow drain devices and can take recovery actions

28 Cisco Confidential 28 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Zoning Automation: Integration with Industry-Leading Platforms User-Centric Models for New Cloud-Scale Workloads UCS Director Workflow-Based Provisioning ViPR Software-Defined Storage System Center VMM PowerVC Cisco MDS Portfolio For Fast Application Deployments Automate Zoning VMwareKVM Bare Metal XenServer Hyper-V

29 Cisco Confidential 29 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. N5K-access-71 N5K-access-70 M97-75 M97-74 Storage Array End-to-End Visibility Path Dependency Mapping Across Multi-Domain and Multi-protocol End-to-End Visibility Windows 2k8-R RedHat VMs ESX UCS or GENERIC SERVER MDS or NEXUS ISL/FCIP MDS or NEXUS STORAGE PORT and LUN(s) FC + FICON CNA Adapters FCoE + iSCSI Monitor VM and ESX CPU/Memory Monitor storage and network traffic Max datastore response time latency Dependency map from VM out to Datastore

30 Cisco Confidential 30 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. UCS-FI-6120XPMDS GBIT Storage Array UCS-FI-6120XPMDS GBIT End-to-End Visibility Path Dependency Mapping Across Multi-Domain and Multi-protocol End-to-End Visibility Windows 2k8-R RedHat UCS Service Profile Blade Inventory Module and Port view Port performance on UCS FI VMs ESX UCS or GENERIC SERVER MDS or NEXUS ISL/FCIP MDS or NEXUS STORAGE PORT and LUN(s) FC + FICON CNA Adapters FCoE + iSCSI

31 Cisco Confidential 31 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Windows 2k8-R RedHat Storage Array End-to-End Visibility Path Dependency Mapping Across Multi-Domain and Multi-protocol End-to-End Visibility Switch and Port Events Average and Peak TX/RX Switch CPU/Memory Traffic monitoring of ISLs and FCIP Links Discards and Errors N5K-access-71M97-75 N5K-access-70M97-74 VMs ESX UCS or GENERIC SERVER MDS or NEXUS ISL/FCIP MDS or NEXUS STORAGE PORT and LUN(s) FC + FICON CNA Adapters FCoE + iSCSI

32 Cisco Confidential 32 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. N5K-access-71 N5K-access-70 Windows 2k8-R RedHat End-to-End Visibility Path Dependency Mapping Across Multi-Domain and Multi-protocol End-to-End Visibility Front End port mapping Host to LUN mapping Array Capacity Array inventory Storage Array VMs ESX UCS or GENERIC SERVER MDS or NEXUS ISL/FCIP MDS or NEXUS STORAGE PORT and LUN(s) FC + FICON CNA Adapters FCoE + iSCSI M97-75 M97-74

33 Cisco Confidential 33 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Masking Database VSAN 2,10,12 SAN Host Path Redundancy Analysis On-Demand and Automated Redundancy Checks Reduce Mean Time to RepairRisk to Switch and Array UpgradesRisk to Hardware Maintenance Activities Enclosure Port Down on Redundant Path VSAN initiator to target Mismatch VSAN Segmentation Both Paths On Same Line Card Port LUN Masking Mismatch DCNM-VM Primary Server-ESX DCNM-VM Standby VSAN 10 VSAN 11 N5K-access-71 N5K-access-70 M97-75 M97-74 VSAN 3, 11 VSAN 10Port A VSAN 11Port BVSAN 13 Storage Array Port A/B Port A Port A/B Root Cause VSAN 3, 13

34 Cisco Confidential 34 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Identify and RemediatePolicy-Based Health Index HEALTH SCORE TRENDING HEALTH SCORE TRENDING 80% Health MDS 9148S Switch Health Score 60 % Health Quickly Determine Level of Risk View Alerts Contributing to Low Score Measure Success Overtime Restore Health back Normal MDS 9710 IF YOU CAN MEASURE IT, YOU CAN FIX IT

35 Cisco Confidential 35 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Case Study

36 Cisco Confidential 36 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. MDS 9148S: Case study Shawn Ewing, IT Manager, San Francisco DCYF “ The variety of programs, the number of families we serve, and our grant processes require us to have a storage area network, in which we house 27 terabytes of data, and manage over 400 contracts daily. As a small department within San Francisco City government, our requirements were to start small, have room to grow without replacing equipment, and have a cost-effective solution. With an attractive price and scalability from 12 to 48 ports, Cisco’s MDS 9148S is the ideal fit for our needs, and installation was easy with proven policy-based methodology.” Business NeedsCustomer Results Scalable platform to support future growth Cost-effective, Easy to Manage infrastructure Optimize IT services to increase operational efficiency

37 Cisco Confidential 37 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. John Praet, Principal Storage Architect “ The Cisco MDS 9000 Series of products has been extremely stable and consistent over 10 years. We’re confident that the MDS 9710 systems will deliver similar longevity and return on investment— with a lot of flexibility.”. Business NeedsCustomer Results Improve SAN switching resiliency and performance Support future requirements, including scaling capacity, growing VMs, and potential move to FCoE Minimize migration risk and effort Crawford & Company is the world’s largest independent claims management company with 700 offices in 70 countries, MDS 9700: Case study

38 Cisco Confidential 38 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Multi-Hop FCoE: Case study Dennis Kuehn, Technical Fellow, Boeing “ Our goal is to have a complete private cloud, where we can manage and orchestrate data movement and processing from one site with full reporting and chargeback. And in the near future, we are looking at a second multihop FCoE and a lossless Ethernet to maintain performance rates over both our LAN and WAN environments. Our ongoing relationship with Cisco is key to delivering on our ambitious plans, while staying within a tight budget.”. Business NeedsCustomer Results Maintain performance of mission- critical production environment Convergence : Run FC and IP across the same interface and maintain high performance Scale for future demands Boeing Defense, Space, and Security Division relies on Cisco to deliver both FCoE and IP over a single, cost-effective infrastructure

39 Cisco Confidential 39 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco and EMC : Strong Industry Partnerships Cisco Channel Partners (MDS 9100/9200 Only)

40 Cisco Confidential 40 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Integrated Infrastructure The Power of Ecosystem Providing Options for Pre-Packaged Converged Infrastructures VSPEX Cisco UCS Cisco Nexus Cisco MDS VBLOCK

41 Cisco Confidential 41 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Summary: SAN Architectures for Small to Cloud-Scale Storage Networks Cisco MDS continues to Raise the Bar for Fibre Channel Storage Networks with Superior Affordability, Performance, Reliability, and Architectural Flexibility Automate, Provision and Monitor, Physical and Virtual Datacenters using built-in Cisco, and third party management platforms End to End Seamless Ethernet Fabrics with Nexus and MDS to evolve SAN architectures for large-scale SAN, Scale-out NAS, and Big-Data Environments

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