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1 Clustered ONTAP 8.2 Product Feature Overview
NetApp Confidential Clustered ONTAP 8.2 Product Feature Overview April 9, 2013

2 Purpose of Presentation
Product presentation summarizing new features with 8.2 release NetApp and partner sales presentation This is not a customer presentation NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

3 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 - Highlights
Key Features Virtualized Environments *Quality of Service (QoS) SMB 3.0 and Hyper-V integration *VMware integration (VAAI) Scale-Out NAS Intra Cluster caching (CIFS/NFS) Infinite Volume for CIFS (SMB 1.0) Performance & scaling Enterprise Applications *NDO enhancements *Storage efficient SnapVault *Two node switchless & 1- node clusters Larger SAN scalability *Comprehensive manageability Deliver new Innovation Accelerate adoption of clustered ONTAP *Applicable to all categories NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

4 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 - Overview
Quality of Service (QoS) Isolate hot workload, set workload IOPs limits Enable multi-tenant/multi-workload consolidation Enhanced Virtualization Support for Hyper-V over SMB 3.0 with continuously available shares Expanded VMware VAAI support Controller upgrade w/o volume move maintaining access to data CIFS NDO for Microsoft Hyper-V with SMB 3.0 Better NDO Next Generation SnapVault Volume based SnapVault enables fast, efficient backups Compression and dedup preserved over the network saving bandwidth Notes: Triple DES is a security setting, unclear on why in NDO VMware VM Volumes is unreleased and will not release during 2013 49,152 LUNs in a 8-node SAN cluster 12,000 volumes in 24-node cluster Infinite Volumes support for NFS v4, pNFS, SMB 1.0 400 TB aggregates 100K NFS clients Support for BranchCache v2 Higher Scaling Single node cluster, 2 node switchless cluster configuration 7-Mode to Clustered ONTAP migration services Improved OnCommand support Ease of Deployment NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

5 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 - Highlights
Enhancement Description/Benefit Storage-efficient volume SnapVault® Volume-level logical replication for online backup and recovery preserving compression and dedupe savings SnapMirror® and SnapVault transfers with vol move Flexibility to move SnapMirror and SnapVault source and destination volumes during data transfer Quality of service workload management Throughput limits by workload to assure no workload consumes more resource than expected More FlexVol® volumes Up to 1,000 volumes/controller enables greater scalability and more flexible management Larger aggregates 2X+ larger aggregates (up to 400TB) support more high-capacity HDDs and enable more vols/aggregate 8-node SAN clusters and 8,192 LUNs per node Increased cluster scalability when using LUNs Switchless 2-node cluster A single HA pair cluster configured without switches streamlines deployment and management Single-node cluster Enables data transfer between remote single-node clusters and larger data center clusters Controller upgrade without volume move In-place controller upgrade within a HA pair without moving volumes and while maintaining data access Volume SnapVault Volume-level disk-to-disk backup using logical replication, with compression and deduplication space savings preserved over the network and when written on the destination system SnapMirror and SnapVault Transfers with Vol Move 8.1 allows a SnapMirror transfer to continue while a SOURCE volume is moved within the same Vserver 8.2 adds the ability to move as SnapMirror DESTINATION volume while transfer occurs, and the ability to move SnapVault source and destination volumes during transfer Other new data protection capabilities are covered in IDP Roadmap presentation, including: SnapMirror relationships will be convertible to SnapVault without a rebaseline SnapMirror to SnapVault, SnapVault to SnapMirror, and SnapMirror to SnapMirror cascades Vserver-aware NDMP backup SnapMirror and SnapVault destination volume seeding using SMtape Quality of Service (QoS) Workload Management Hard limits for max throughput by workload prevent any workload from consuming more resource than desired Workload limits can be defined at the Vserver, volume, or LUN level QoS works with clusters up to 8 nodes; NOT supported with larger clusters (>8 nodes) with 8.2 initial release More FlexVol Volumes 1000 volumes is supported ONLY in clustered Data ONTAP (the 7-Mode limit remains 500 vols/controller) An HA pair should not contain more than 1000 flexible volumes to account for takeover events. Larger Aggregates Aggregate size increases supported with both clustered Data ONTAP and 7-Mode Aggregate sizes increase for all supported controller models; max sizes vary by controller and are at least 2x bigger than with 8.1.x Max volume limits DO NOT INCREASE; however, with 8.2 volumes can be created as large as the max vol size (i.e. the 90% cap has been removed) 8-node SAN Clusters and 8192 LUNs/node Greater scalability and flexibility when provisioning LUNs on clusters Switchless 2-Node and Single-Node Clusters Targeted at minimum-sized cluster deployments, typically standalone or at small locations in a distributed enterprise A single HA pair cluster can be deployed with direct cluster interconnections, i.e. no interconnect switches required; expansion beyond 2 nodes requires adding 2 switches for interconnect redundancy Single-node (non-HA pair) cluster is intended for distributed enterprise deployment when a single HA pair is not justified or available (e.g. Data ONTAP Edge may not support HA when clustered Data ONTAP support is enabled Controller Upgrade without Volume Move Prior to 8.2, upgrading controller models requires migrating data off the HA pair before taking the HA pair offline With Data ONTAP 8.2, both controllers in a HA pair can be upgraded with new models while keeping volumes in place. This is done by assigning ownership of all aggregates in the HA pair to one controller while its partner is replaced. The benefit is faster controller upgrades without the need for extra storage and no additional load on controllers and drives. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only

6 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 - Highlights
Enhancement Description/Benefit SMB 3.0 Latest protocol with Windows® 8 and Windows Server® 2012 Provisioning and copy offloaded (ODX) from clients Hyper-V™ over SMB 3.0 Nondisruptive storage node failover and takeover Faster recovery access after node failure (Witness) Optimized remote VSS backup with SMHV BranchCache v2 Faster remote user and application access to data stored in data centers for manageability reasons Fpolicy Enables quota mgmt and file auditing with third-party SW File access audit Enables audit logs that help customers meet compliance requirements and data security needs CIFS features that enable better administration, diagnostics, end-user support, and security Key feature support being added includes: Local users and groups Previous versions/VSS Offline caching Roaming profiles SMB server signing Access-based enumeration (ABE) SMB 3.0 Support for Windows 8 client and Windows Server 2012 file access using SMB 3.0 is supported, including copy offload Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX) enables the server (in this case a Data ONTAP cluster) to perform client-initiated copy operations (similar to VMware VAAI copy offload); Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 automatically attempt to use this by default and Hyper-V uses it for VM storage motion Hyper-V over SMB 3.0 Hyper-V data access over SMB 3.0 enables customers to deploy simpler and more scalable IT architectures compared to using FC or iSCSI Unplanned failover and planned takeover (as well as giveback) between partner nodes of a HA pair are nondisruptive for Hyper-V clients that are accessing shares over SMB 3.0. SMB 3.0 persistent handles and Clustered Client Failover are utilized to accomplish this. Note: Access over SMB 3.0 for non Hyper-V clients (e.g. home directories) is NOT resilient through storage node takeover or failover. Witness, a new Windows protocol with SMB 3.0, allows client access to move more quickly from a failed cluster node to its HA partner than can be done via LIF failover; it requires an available LIF on the partner Remote VSS extends VSS to shares which then allows virtual machine ‘snapshot’ backups; integration with SnapManager for Hyper-V simplifies the backup workflow BranchCache v2 Clustered Data ONTAP support with improved WAN performance compared to the Mode version (v1) Fpolicy New architecture for clustered Data ONTAP provides better resiliency, flexibility and scalability compared to 7-Mode. The key existing Fpolicy partners of Quota and Audit have signed up to adopt the new architecture. File Access Audit File access audit enables customers to track which file have been modified, when they were modified and which users modified the files. The Microsoft methodology is used to log file access events. Additional CIFS Features The addition of 6 key features (and more) which have been available in 7-Mode, will enable more customers to adopt clustered Data ONTAP (the 6 key features are in bold font): Better administration: local users and groups; CIFS terminate Better diagnostics: sectrace; list current CIFS sessions Better end-user support: previous versions ; roaming profiles, offline caching Better security: SMB server-side signing; Access Based Enumeration; fsecurity set/get NetApp Confidential – Limited Use NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only

7 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 - Highlights
Enhancement Description/Benefit Mixed RAID Flash Pool™ SSD RAID 4 groups with HDD RAID-DP® groups NetApp Storage Encryption Supported by PVR: 1 or more HA pair within a cluster can be configured with encrypting disks for data-at-rest security IPv6 Support for CIFS, NFS, and iSCSI access and SNMP queries and traps On-cluster FlexCache® for NFS and CIFS Scale-out caching of NFS (v3, 4, 4.1) and CIFS (SMB 1, 2.x) files for increased read bandwidth NetApp® Infinite Volume enhancements Fixed content and enterprise content repositories Infinite Volume Vservers on a shared cluster with standard FlexVol® Vservers NFSv3 and 4.1/pNFS and SMB 1.0 file support Flash Pool integration Unified ACLs NetApp Storage Encryption (NSE) Requires an entire HA pair to be configured for NSE within the cluster; more than one HA pair can be NSE configured Encryption management, including key management, is done at the node (controller) level not at the cluster level Supported by PVR in 8.2 Mixed RAID Flash Pool Support for RAID 4 group of SSDs with RAID-DP groups of HDDs to reduce cost of using SSDs Supported with clustered Data ONTAP and 7-Mode IPv6 CIFS: SMB 1.0, 2.0, 2.1, and 3.0 NFS: v3; v4 and v4.1 with AD authentication only (no Kerberos) On-cluster FlexCache CIFS: SMB 1.0, 2.x, and 3.0 NFS: v3, v4, v4.1 Additional slides in the Appendix NetApp Infinite Volume blue font indicates functionality introduced with 8.2 Items in blue font are new with 8.2 Infinite Volume Vservers and FlexVol Vservers can be provisioned on the same cluster providing configuration flexibility Support for NFS v4.1 and pNFS, and SMB 1.0 added (support for SMB 2.x and 3.0 is targeted for future releases) Support for Flash Pool aggregates with Infinite Volume Vservers Unified ACLS: Unified security style for UNIX and Windows users and groups A single, common ACL form for securable file system objects that may be viewed, modified and managed by CDMI, SMB/CIFS and NFSv4.1. This differs from the existing 7-Mode and clustered Data ONTAP MIXED security model in which an ACL stored by one protocol (NFS or CIFS) is incompatible with the other protocol and it is only possible to manage an existing ACL via the protocol from which it was set. Unified ACLs can contain any combination of UNIX and Windows users and groups. It won’t matter which protocol is used to attempt access since the ACEs control access, including whether or not a trustee (user or group) can read or modify the ACL Unified ACLs apply to Infinite Volume Vservers only; standard FlexVol Vservers continue to use the legacy mixed security model. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only

8 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 – Licensing Model Overview
Changes Remains the Same Entitlement Model No changes. FAS Controller/Node specific licensing Licensed to lifespan of the controller, to the initial “sold to” customer only HA-Pairs must be uniformly entitled Clusters remain uniformly entitled Compliance Enforcement Relaxed enforcement within a cluster Uniform Cluster licensing contractually enforced, but not technologically enforced within a cluster Compliance enforcement is managed primarily through license keys EULA Audit provisions License Keys Unified set of SW SKU’s regardless of mode, connected to one key generator One set of keys per feature, regardless of mode, to simplify sales & cluster transitions Each key embeds a controller serial # Keys are no longer portable between controllers Demo/Eval Keys are now date specific with install counts eliminated 7-mode concept of “license key in a key slot” to activate a revenue feature remains, this concept now works across a cluster as well NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

9 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 – Licensing Model Overview
Changes Remains the Same Order Sales can quote either version 8.1 or 8.2 ASUP & prior cluster sales data available to promote uniform entitlement Complete Bundle renamed to Premium Bundle Current GA release is the default software option ONTAP SW Packaging & Pricing Fulfillment PTO will support 8.1 until inventory close out Burdensome “Inc-tot” cluster licensing gone! CTO Systems arrive with license keys installed PTO to inventory latest GA ONTAP version License Keys available on SupportSite per Controller or Cluster Serial Number Support Cluster reconfigs & expansion does not require new license keys if node(s) have matching entitlements SupportSite shows all Controllers in a cluster & associated keys Better process for key creation or replacement to facilitate faster transitions 90 day licensing grace period to provision real- time head-swaps & take entitlement transfers off of Service’s critical path Cluster Create requires a Cluster Base license key Break/fix Head Swaps require entitlement transfer License Keys available on SupportSite NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

10 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use
Detailed Features NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

11 QoS Policy Groups Defines isolation boundaries between sets of workloads Contains one or more storage objects Vserver, Volumes, LUNs or File Policies are behaviors applied collectively to a policy group Policies supported in ONTAP 8.2 are throughput limits Throughput is defined in terms of IOPS MB/s QoS Policy Group Volume vol3 vol5 Name: qos_policy Limit: IOPS < 2000 per policy group NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

12 QoS Value Proposition Enables consolidation of mixed workloads in a shared storage infrastructure Prevents runaway workloads from impacting other workloads in the cluster Enables service providers to deploy multiple tenants on a shared storage infrastructure Drive down infrastructure costs per tenant, while meeting their SLOs Prevent tenants from impacting each other Enable “Get no more than what you purchased” NetApp Confidential – Limited Use NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only

13 Maintenance Operations Infrastructure Resiliency
NDO Updates Lifecycle Operations Maintenance Operations Infrastructure Resiliency DataMotion for Volumes Enhancements Rolling Upgrade Enhancements Cluster Switch Upgrade (TNSC) Aggregate Relocate for Controller Upgrade & Replacement Failover & Giveback Performance Enhancements CIFS NDO for Hyper-V Environments

14 Space Efficient Data Protection with Mobility
SnapMirror Volume based SnapMirror and SnapVault Replication with nondisruptive volume moves Cluster-aware, multi-tenant DR, D2D Backup and NDMP dump to Tape Storage and wire efficient DR and SnapVault with deduplication and thin replication Application Integration with SnapProtect and SnapManagers SnapVault Multiple Recovery Points via SnapShots NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

15 Scalable SAN Enhancements
Features Description / Benefit Scaling up to 8 nodes; 50,000 LUNs per cluster; 8,000 LUNs per node Users can continue to scale their SAN configurations with scale-up as well as scale-out with support for up to 8 nodes and 50,000 LUNs in a SAN or Unified Storage (SAN & NAS) infrastructure. VMware vStorage API Integrating the VMware VAAI (vSphere Storage APIs for Array Integration), clustered ONTAP enables enhanced Virtual Machine Management, including such operations as storage driven Virtual Machine Cloning, Instant Provisioning, and Enhanced Performance Windows Server 2012 Copy Offload Using Copy Offload reduces CPU, Memory and Network utilization for WS2012 hosts by offloading the copy operation to the storage controller. IPv6 iSCSI With the continued drive to IPv6 capable networks, NetApp offers support for iSCSI services in IPv6 environments with clustered ONTAP 8.2 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only

16 Single Node and Two Node Switchless Clusters
Lowers cost Reduces complexity Creates a base for growth WAN Remote Office Cluster Data Center Cluster NetApp Confidential - Limited Use

17 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use
SMB 3.0 Features Infrastructure for Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Hyper-V access to networked storage via SMB 3.0 for deployment simplicity and scale, without compromising on performance and resiliency. Application-level consistent backup and storage migration for a complete solution. ODX Offloaded Data Transfer (aka Copy Offload) offloads copy operations from the client to the storage server offering zero utilization of client processor or network bandwidth for rapid provisioning scenarios. Witness Protocol Enables faster, non-disruptive failovers with a standby LIF ready to go CA Shares Enables non-disruptive access to Continuously Available shares when used in Hyper-V over SMB environments, utilizing Persistent Handles NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 17

18 New CIFS Feature Support
Access Based Enumeration Microsoft Previous Versions Local Users and Groups Roaming Profile, Folder Redirection Offline Folder (Client Side Caching) SMB Signing (Server Side) FPolicy File Access Auditing Fsecurity IPv6 NetApp Confidential - Limited Use 18

19 . . . . . . . Infinite Volume NetApp Infinite Volume FlexVol f1 f2
Applications Tape Backup System Manager 3.0 NFSv3, v4, pNFS, SMB1.0 NetApp Infinite Volume FlexVol Create, lookup operations Create, lookup, read, write operations Clustered Data ONTAP® Redirector files f1 f2 f1 f2 Data constituents Root volume Namespace constituent NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

20 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use
Benefits of FlexCache Lower costs with improved system utilization Enables load-balancing No need to provision for peak load Reduce time-to-market Scale-out performance for read or metadata-intensive workloads Enable increase in # of compute servers that need read access to the same data Automated serving of current data Support for read delegations for files in FlexCache removes need for schedule based replication (Load share mirrors) Space efficient Only data accessed is cached NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

21 FlexCache - Performance Scaling
Problem Node 1 is overloaded due to reads of files in volume A from many clients Clients Clients Clients Clients Solution Create cache vols on nodes 1, 2, 3 & 4 Distribute client reads to volume A files to origin/cache volumes across all nodes Protocols supported: NFSv3/v4, SMB 1.0/2.0/3.0 Examples: Movie rendering Financial simulations Chip design Seismic interpretation Web servers Node 1 Node 2 Node 3 Node 4 A’ A C E G B Cache Volumes F H D Vserver NetApp Confidential – Limited Use 21

22 OnCommand Portfolio At A Glance
Control Automate Analyze * Not available at Data ONTAP 8.2 RC

23 Professional Services

24 Transitioning to Clustered ONTAP
3rd party migration tools Available Now * Coming Soon NFS / Unix Rsync: Host-based file-level For largely static, unstructured content NetApp PS assisted migration service Preserve storage efficiency and snapshots 7-Mode Transition Tool NetApp PS migration service 3rd party tools CIFS/ Windows Robocopy / RichCopy Secure Copy (ScriptLogic) Databases Storage vMotion Host-based block-level migration tools (e.g., Veritas Volume Manager, other LVMs*) Business Apps Application based migrations (Exchange, ORCL etc.) Storage vMotion Block-oriented SAN data Many 3rd party SAN migration tools (including NetApp’s DTA) DTA 3rd party tools Holistic operational planning (best practices, transition planner, discovery & analysis tools etc.) *Logical Volume Managers shipped with different OS NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

25 Lifecycle Services Portfolio for Clustered Data ONTAP Success
Purpose Accelerate success by helping customers plan, build, operate, and optimize an efficient, highly available, and seamlessly scalable agile data infrastructure. Description Services that help customers evolve from their current state to their goal state: Strategy Enterprise Transformation Workshop Planning NetApp Clustered Data ONTAP Readiness Assessment Building RDS+ Storage Implementation Clustered Data ONTAP Migration Service Operating Residency Services SupportEdge Premium Target Customer Data ONTAP 7-Mode customers New FAS customers Target Customer Needs Align IT capabilities with business strategy Plan for a new architectural approach to storage so that it can be implemented gracefully Help deploying systems and getting them production ready quickly Expand IT expertise and bandwidth Customer Benefits Get all the benefits earlier in your systems’ lifespan Optimize efficiencies to reduce deployment and operational costs Reduce time to market Provide better service quality to your customers Improve performance Eliminate unplanned downtime Reduce risk of unplanned disruptions NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

26 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use
Summary Clustered ONTAP 8.2 delivers new innovations QoS, Storage efficient vaulting, improved NDO, enhanced Windows support and ease of deployment options That accelerate the adoption of clustered ONTAP in virtualized environments, scale-out NAS and Enterprise applications. NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

27 NetApp Confidential – Limited Use
Resources NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

28 Collateral and Training
Key 8.2 Field Portal Binders Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Technical FAQ Technical Overview of clustered Data ONTAP 8.2  Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Technical Presentations  Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Technical Reports  Training SELL News on Data ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Solution Insight Webcast "Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2: What's New" NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

29 Learning Materials Available Now
8.2 Licensing Learning Materials Available Now

30 NetApp University Courses
Resource Description Available To: What's New in Data ONTAP 8.2 Licensing In this course you will learn about what is new in Data ONTAP 8.2 licensing and some of the business process changes to support this. Internal, Partners and Customers Data ONTAP License Key Replacement Scenarios This course explains specific use cases or scenarios where license key replacements may be required for Data ONTAP 8.2. Technical Overview of Licensing in Data ONTAP 8.2 This course explains how node locked licenses work in Data ONTAP 8.2, some CLI commands for licensing and common troubleshooting scenarios. Ask an Expert: Data ONTAP Licensing Kickoff recording available here. Ongoing sessions for Q&A. Weekly through the end of May. Tuesday at Internal and Partners Creating a Cluster Configuration in QuoteEdge Addendum for creating a cluster configuration for Data ONTAP 8.2 in QuoteEdge NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

31 ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Field Portal Articles
Resource Description Available To: What's Changing in ONTAP Software Licensing for Data ONTAP 8.2 High-level awareness message for Licensing changes Internal and Partners “Ask an Expert: Data ONTAP Licensing” interactive sessions for Data ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Changes Session logistics and kickoff recording Data ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Learning Opportunities Links to available training material NetApp Confidential – Limited Use

32 ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Knowledge Base Articles
Resource Available To: What are the licensing and packaging requirements for Data ONTAP 8.2 Internal, Partners and Customers FAQ - Data ONTAP 8.2 Licensing Overview and References OEM: What are non-uniform Cluster Software Requests? Internal Why would a FAS/V Controller be delivered with temporary license keys installed? FAQ - When should Data ONTAP license keys be replaced FAQ - Data ONTAP Licensing Questions can also be sent to: xdl-licensingexpert NetApp Confidential – Limited Use


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