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1 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1 1 UCS Roadmap Name

2 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2 UCS Innovations for Converged Solutions Infrastructure Management UCS Director Infrastructure Management UCS Director Density Optimized Solutions UCS “All-in-One” Solution C-Series Rack Integration Single Wire Management C-Series Rack Integration Single Wire Management Next-Gen Servers Ivy Bridge, Brickland & Grantley Next-Gen Servers Ivy Bridge, Brickland & Grantley UCS Central Multi-UCS Domain Manager UCS Central Multi-UCS Domain Manager Virtual Interface Card VM-FEX for ESX and Hyper-V, 10GBaseT, 40Gb, Ethernet, USNic, RoCE Virtual Interface Card VM-FEX for ESX and Hyper-V, 10GBaseT, 40Gb, Ethernet, USNic, RoCE

3 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 Post-Grantley Consolidated UCS Compute Portfolio Performance Optimized for Bare Metal, Virtualized, and Cloud Applications Enterprise Performance Intensive/Mission Critical UCS B420 M4 Enterprise Class, 4-Socket Blade for Large, Memory-Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications Scale Out Rack Blade Cisco UCS: Many Server Form Factors, One System Industry-Leading Compute Without Compromise Cisco UCS: Many Server Form Factors, One System Industry-Leading Compute Without Compromise UCS B260 M4 Mission-Critical, 2-Socket Blade for Large, CPU-Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications UCS B460 M4 Mission-Critical, 4-Socket Blade for Large, CPU-Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications UCS C460 M4 Mission-Critical, 4-Socket Server for Large, CPU-Intensive Applications UCS M-Series Modular Servers Modular servers optimized for Cloud- scale deployments UCS C240 M4 Ideal Platform for Big Data, ERP, and Database Applications UCS B200 M4 Optimal Choice for VDI, Private Cloud, or Dense Virtualization/ Consolidation Workloads UCS C220 M4 Versatile, General Purpose Enterprise Infrastructure, and Application Server

4 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4 Expandable Servers (4S –EX) Brickland / Haswell Enterprise Class Server (2S –EP) Value Server (2S –EN) GrantleyGrantley GrantleyGrantley Enterprise Class Server (2S –EP) BDW Refresh UCS Compute Rack Roadmap Enterprise Class Server (4S –EP) C24 M3 C220 M3 C260 M2 C420 M3 C460 M4 C22 M3 C240 M3 Next Gen 2S –EP Rack (2U) Next Gen 2S –EP Rack (1U) C460 M4 Q4CY 2013 Q1CY 2014 Q2CY 2014 Q3CY 2014 Q4CY 2014 Q1CY 2015 Q2CY 2015 Q3CY 2015 Q4CY 2015 Value Server (2S –EN) BDW Refresh

5 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5 UCS Mini Topology  Connect up to 2 Chassis, 20 servers 16 blade servers 7 rack mount servers C220M3 and C240M3 Integrated server, networking and management in a single chassis New Fabric Interconnects fit in current IOM baysNew Fabric Interconnects fit in current IOM bays Same compute blades, fans, power suppliesSame compute blades, fans, power supplies Fully capable UCS ManagerFully capable UCS Manager Connectivity to external storageConnectivity to external storage At FCS: iSCSI, FCoEAt FCS: iSCSI, FCoE Post FCS: FCPost FCS: FC Service Profiles, UCS Central, XML APIs, etc…Service Profiles, UCS Central, XML APIs, etc… Leverages UCS Central for remote site management at scale

6 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6 UCS M-Series Modular Servers UCS M-Series True Server Disaggregation Compact Chassis 8 Compute cartridges Shared Local Resources Network and storage resources Lightweight Compute Cartridge Two Independent Intel Xeon E3 Servers No adapters or HDDs Based on Cisco System Link Technology 3rd Gen VIC extends UCS fabric to within the server Shared Local Resources Four shared SSDs in the chassis Shared dual 40Gb connectivity Compute Density 16 Intel Xeon E3 Compute nodes in 2RU chassis Each cartridge holds two independent compute nodes

7 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7 API Basic Management Functionality API UCS Director API Stand-Alone UCS C-Series Unified Computing System UCS Central Policy Driven Multi DC, Multi-Domain Management UCS Central Policy Driven Multi DC, Multi-Domain Management UCS Director Policy Driven, Application Centric Infrastructure Management and Orchestration UCS Director Policy Driven, Application Centric Infrastructure Management and Orchestration CIMCCIMC Integrated & Converged Infrastructure UCS Manager Domain 1 UCS Manager Domain x FlexPod Storage Virtual Machines Network Devices Servers Non-Cisco Infrastructure Advanced Infrastructure Abstraction & Automation UCS Management Portfolio

8 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8 Cisco UCS Director Turn-Key Solution On-Demand Automated Delivery Policy-Driven Provisioning Secure Cloud Container VMsComputeNetworkStorage UCS Director Domain Managers OS and Virtual Machines Storage Network Compute Tenant B TenantCTenantCTenantATenantA Virtualized and Bare-Metal Compute and Hypervisor BB CC AA Network and Services VMVMVMVM Bare Metal Single Pane of Glass End-to-End Automation and Lifecycle Management Available

9 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9 Common Converged Infrastructure Customer Questions How do I view UCS fabric utilization? Can I reconfigure to use more of the capacity we have? My application is slow. Is it UCS? Network? Storage? Can we simplify the view of all the converged infrastructure pieces? Do I need to buy more capacity, or can I just adjust how we’re using it? Typical Management Toolset Windows SCOM Linux Nagios and Cacti VMware vCenter Typical Management Toolset Cisco UCS Manager Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager NetApp OnCommand

10 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10 UCS Performance Manager – Application view: physical/logical/virtual resources Define application as a set of operating systems Dynamic view shows which UCS components are supporting those servers Event rainbow shows components affected by fault issues or resource constraints Groups Devices vSphere Endpoints vSphere Hosts UCS Service Profiles UCS Blades UCS Chassis UCS IO Cards

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12 Cisco ACI Better Together with NetApp December 2014

13 13 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Simplified, Single Architecture performing both overlay and underlay functions Provides benefits of SDN + Policy without the complexity of a separate overlay and underlay Reduces Complexity and adds operational simplicity Distributed fabric Intelligence reduces engineering Pre-Architected, Pre-Validated, Pre-Hardened Optimal Traffic forwarding Location Independent Forwarding Congestion Monitoring Flowlet Switching Fabric Load Balancing Full Real-time Visibility Tenent Level Network Level Application Level Atomic Counters A Network A Network. Not a Network Emulation Full Visibility of Overlay and Underlay for telemetry and troubleshooting

14 14 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Abstracted Policy model based on application requirements Declarative model based on the scalable control of intelligent objects Infrastructure operates as single system providing specific connectivity and services based on Application definitions Allows application developers to succinctly and easily describe Infrastructure as Code Policy allows Infrastructure and Dev Teams to use common requirements language to accelerate application deployment Every Software and Hardware component is a programmatic object Policy integration northbound with automation toolsets (e.g Openstack) and southbound with 3 rd party network services vendors (e.g F5) Simple, Scalable and Fast Common Policy Model Contract EPG DBDBAPPAPPWEB ADCADCF/WADCF/WADC Software Define Infrastructure based on the Application Requirements

15 15 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Why ACI?  The data center is both Virtual and Physical  Enterprise Scale and Performance requires hardware acceleration  A SINGLE architecture to deliver performance, programmability, agility and reduced complexity  An Application Centric Policy Model that dynamically defines the network fabric by mean of the application requirements  An AUTOMATED network fabric for both virtual and physical workloads and services

16 16 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Why the Cisco Approach ACI Systems + ASICs+ Software Open Architecture Scale-out Performance Full Network Automation Secure Workload Placement Application Visibility + Health Metrics Common Policy Model Physical + Virtual Lower TCO SIMPLICITY, SCALE, SECURITY “DIY” Basic Switching White BoxMerchant Silicon Traditional Switching Integrated Hardware and Switching Software Software Only Virtual Overlay VM-Based Policy SDN LAN Emulation VM Mobility A Network, not a Network Emulation

17 17 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco ACI Based FlexPod Compute Web2 VMs, High IO Appl. 8 VMs, 10 GB DB2 Baremetal Storage Network UCS Manager Clustered Data ONTAP UCS Director Web Stateful FW Appl. L4-L7 services Stateless FW Load Balancing DB Connection to Application Web Cache locally Appl. Primary Storage IOPS Mirrored Archived DB 2 High IOPS Data Mirroring New

18 18 © Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SECURITY INHERENT Security and INTEGRATION TELEMETRY Rich TELEMETRY & Application HEALTH SCORE SPEED NETWORK and SERVICES Delivered in minutes POLICY Policy-based deployment/governance Physical & virtual Cisco ACI Takeaways Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Fixed Workloads Variable Workloads OPEN and AGNOSTIC

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21 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 21 M4 Scalable EX Blade Highlights Up to 6 TB of memory Up to 96 DIMM sockets *64GB DIMMs available Post-FCS UCS B260 M4 Full-Width, 2-Socket (Brickland EX – up to 30 cores), 48 DIMMs UCS B460 M4 Double-High -Full-Width, 4-Socket (Brickland EX – up to 60 cores), 96 DIMMs Designed for the most processor, memory, and IO- intensive workloadsDesigned for the most processor, memory, and IO- intensive workloads Provides mission-critical RAS featuresProvides mission-critical RAS features Offers the benefits of blade density and ecosystem with the added flexibility of a truly scalable systemOffers the benefits of blade density and ecosystem with the added flexibility of a truly scalable system Four E7v2 CPUs Up to 60 Xeon cores Dual / Quad Socket EX scalable design Optimized for both 2 and 4 socket scale (w/ required Scalability connector) Up to 320 Gb of IO Bandwidth Optimized for Cisco VIC

22 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22 UCS B200 M4 Density-Optimized Enterprise Blade Server Two E5v3 CPUs Up to 18 cores per socket Up to 80G of I/O One PCIe 3.0 mezzanine slot Modular LOM (mLOM) 3 rd Generation VIC 24 DDR4 DIMM Slots Up to 2133 MHz speeds Next Gen Density-Optimized Blade Server Flexible Storage Controller / Cache / Media Options Designed for a wide range of enterprise workloads including virtualization and bare metal applicationsDesigned for a wide range of enterprise workloads including virtualization and bare metal applications Provides enterprise-level capabilities and featuresProvides enterprise-level capabilities and features Ultimate density-optimized general compute blade platformUltimate density-optimized general compute blade platform An uncompromised combination of CPU, Memory, IO, and expansion capabilities in a modular blade form-factor

23 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 23 UCS B420 M4 Density-Optimized Enterprise Blade Server Four E5v3 CPUs Up to 18 cores per socket Up to 160G of I/O Three PCIe 3.0 mezzanine slot Modular LOM (mLOM) 3 rd Generation VIC 48 DDR4 DIMM Slots Up to 2133 MHz speeds Next Gen Dense 4-Socket Blade Server Flexible Storage Controller / Cache / Media Options Designed for a wide range of enterprise workloads including virtualization and bare metal applicationsDesigned for a wide range of enterprise workloads including virtualization and bare metal applications Provides enterprise-level capabilities and featuresProvides enterprise-level capabilities and features Ultimate 4-socket density-optimized enterprise blade platformUltimate 4-socket density-optimized enterprise blade platform A density-conscious quad-socket blend of CPU, Memory, Storage, IO and expansion capabilities in a full blade form-factor CQ1’15

24 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 24 UCS “All-in-One” Solution (aka “Mini-UCS”) UCS innovation optimized for Branch Office and Remote Sites Integrated server, networking and management in a single chassis New Fabric Interconnects fit in current IOM baysNew Fabric Interconnects fit in current IOM bays Same compute blades, fans, power suppliesSame compute blades, fans, power supplies New 110v AC PSU optionNew 110v AC PSU option Fully capable UCS ManagerFully capable UCS Manager Connectivity to external storageConnectivity to external storage At FCS: iSCSI, FCoEAt FCS: iSCSI, FCoE Post FCS: FCPost FCS: FC Service Profiles, UCS Central, XML APIs, etc…Service Profiles, UCS Central, XML APIs, etc… Simple to setup, leverages UCS Central for remote site management at scale

25 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25 UCS Manager 3.0(1) for UCS Mini UCS Manager 3.0(1) is a UCS Manager release that only supports UCS Mini UCS Manager 3.0(1) is a UCS Manager release that only supports UCS Mini 6324 Fabric Interconnect only Support for updated 5108 chassis only (UCS-5108-AC2 & UCS-5108-DC2) UCS Manager 3.0(1) is based on UCS Manager 2.2(1d) UCS Manager 3.0(1) is based on UCS Manager 2.2(1d) Does not include features and platforms supported in UCS Manager 2.2(2c) and later New features: New features: -Dual Line Power Supply Unit supporting 110V -USB support -QSFP+ (Scalability Port) Breakout Support -Licensing Support for QSFP+ -Power Capping Unsupported features in this release: Unsupported features in this release: -Ethernet Switching Mode -FC End Host Mode -Private VLANs -Port Security -KVM Virtualization (not explicitly disabled) Available

26 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26 Cloud-Scale Inverts Computing Architecture Core Enterprise WorkloadsCloud Scale Many Applications Server Single Server Hypervisor SCM ERP/Financial Legacy CRM Online Content Gaming MobileIoT eCommerce

27 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 27 Cisco UCS Performance Manager Automated Discovery Out of the box monitoring rules and thresholds UCS Integrated Infrastructure VMsComputeNetworkStorage UCS Performance Manager OS and Virtual Machines Storage Network Compute Virtualized and Bare-Metal Compute and Hypervisor Network devices VM Bare Metal Single Customizable Solution for UCS Infrastructure Monitoring

28 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 28 Determine if workloads and applications are affected by UCS configuration or capacity constraints Compare current and historical performance across converged infrastructure components to find constraints Key point: This typically requires multiple, independent tools Extend beyond the UCS Fabric


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