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1 © 2009 IBM Corporation Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. IBM DS5000 Overview Ryan Leonard Storage and Solutions Architect

2 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 IBM Storage Product Lines Increasing performance and functionality This table represents general positioning and not technical capabilities Entry-levelSMBRemote officeDepartmentData Center  SAS connectivity with Mega RAID and ServeRAID 8S SAS adapters  Internal DAS solution  Enhanced RAID functionality  Comprehensive software  SAS | iSCSI connectivity  Shared DAS  Simple management  Snapshot replication  First external RAID  FC connectivity  Shared DAS  Entry-level SANs  Simple management  FlashCopy replication  FC connectivity  Homogeneous SANs  Configuration flexibility  Robust management  Data replication  FC connectivity  Heterogeneous SANs  Highest performance  Extensive configuration flexibility and data replication services DS4700 DS3200 EXP3000 DS3300 DS3400 DS4800 DS5100 DS5300

3 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 Series Thinking Beyond Today Real-world performance Sustainable, scalable, balanced, responsive Interface adaptability 4 Gbps FC, 8 Gbps FC, 1 Gbps iSCSI (future) Continuous and reliable access to Information Online administration, active-active redundancy, advanced diagnostics Application integration Certifications, solutions, meet SLAs Green efficiency Do more with less

4 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 Next-Generation Controller Delivers Real-World Performance Designed for high-speed, low-latency, real-world performance Custom ASIC with built-in hardware-assist for RAID 5/6 parity calculations Multiple 2 GB/s PCI-E xX8 busses between ASIC and external interfaces Dedicated data cache with dynamic read/write allocation Dedicated 2 GB/s PCI-Ex X8 cache mirroring buses Sixteen backend drive channels

5 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 Enclosures DS5100/DS5300 EXP5000/EXP810 Controllers Interconnect module ESMs Power/cooling FC/SATA drives Power/cooling

6 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS ,158 SPC-1 drives (~ 6ms) DS ,015 SPC drives (~ 15 ms) DS ,195 SPC-1 64 drives (~ 26 ms) DS3400 9,000 SPC-1 32 drives (~ 10 ms) SPC-1 IOPS Performance 64 40K 20K 60K 256 Response time at 100% workload. Max allowed is 30 ms. 256

7 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 4,818 SPC drives DS4800 1,381 SPC-2 60 drives DS SPC-2 30 drives DS SPC-2 20 drives SPC-2 MB/s Performance K 5K 128

8 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 Exchange ESRP K 55K 256 DS , drives; 0.48 profile DS , drives; 0.45 profile DS4700 8, drives; 0.5 profile DS3200 2, drives; 0.6 profile 20K 40K

9 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 Flexible Host Interface Cards  Support existing 4 Gbps FC SANs  Add, replace, or mix host interfaces as infrastructure changes 4 Gbps FC10 Gbps iSCSI8 Gbps FC4 Gbps FC1 Gbps iSCSI8 Gbps FC TodayFuture HIC

10 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 Investment Protection With A Performance Boost DS5000DS4800DS4700 EXP810 drive trays only Up to 4X Up to 8X

11 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 / DS4800 – Key Improvements D S D S Host interfaces Eight or Sixteen 4 Gbps FC (8 Gbps FC, 10 Gb iSCSI – future) Eight 4 Gbps FC Max drives 256 (448 – future) 224 Data cache 8 or 16 GB (32 GB – future) 4, 8 or 16 GB Cache protection Battery-backed and destaged to disk Battery backed Cache mirroringDedicated PCI-Express bussesAcross backend drive loops Internal bandwidth (single controller) 4 GB/s on dual PCI-Express busses 1 GB/s on single PCI-X buss Cache bandwidth (ASIC to Cache) 17 GB/s3.2 GB/s

12 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 / DS4800 Performance Comparison DS5300 (256 drives) DS4800 (224 drives) Burst I/O rate cache reads~ 700,000 IOPS575,000 IOPS Sustained I/O rate disk reads~ 98,000 IOPS86,000 IOPS Sustained I/O rate disk writes~ 25,000 IOPS22,000 IOPs Burst throughput cache read~ 6,400 MB/s1,700 MB/s Sustained throughput disk read~ 6,400 MB/s1,600 MB/s Sustained throughput disk write~ 5,300 MB/s1,300 MB/s * Based on performance testing by LSI. DS5000 performance numbers are preliminary estimates and not committed. Actual results based on testing are to be determined. All numbers were done using RAID 5 using switched drive modules and FC drives.

13 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 Performance Comparison DS5300 (448 drives) DS5100 (256 drives) Burst I/O rate cache reads~ 700,000 IOPS~ 650,000 IOPS Sustained I/O rate disk reads~ 172,000 IOPS~ 75,000 IOPS Sustained I/O rate disk writes~ 45,000 IOPS~ 20,000 IOPS Burst throughput cache read~ 6,400 MB/s~ 3,200 MB/s Sustained throughput disk read~ 6,400 MB/s~ 3,200 MB/s Sustained throughput disk write~ 5,300 MB/s~ 2,500 MB/s * Based on performance testing by LSI. DS5000 performance numbers are preliminary estimates and not committed. Actual results based on testing are to be determined. All numbers were done using RAID 5 using switched drive modules and FC drives.

14 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 Models DS5300 ( A)  Up to 448 FC, SATA, and/or FDE (future) drives DS5100 ( A)  Up to 256 FC, SATA, and/or FDE (future) drives  Sixteen 4 Gbps FC drive interfaces  Eight or Sixteen FC host interfaces –4Gbps and or 8Gbps  8 or 16GB data cache  Partitions: 8, 16, 32, 128, 256 or 512  FlashCopy (up to 16 per base), VolumeCopy, ERM (up to 64)  Warranty: 1 year, 24/7, 4 hour response

15 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 DS5000 Release Roadmap Initial Release  4 Gbps FC interfaces  256 drives  8/16 GB data cache  FlashCopy  VolumeCopy  Remote Mirroring GA: Sept 15, Releases  8 Gbps FC interfaces  448 drives  Full Disk Encryption  1 Gbps iSCSI interfaces  FC/iSCSI interface mix  8/16/32 GB data cache  Solid State Disk (SSD) SVC-Enabled  Space-efficient virtual disks –“Thin provisioning”  Storage virtualization  Non-disruptive data migration  FlashCopy –Incremental –Cascade  Remote mirroring

16 Statements of IBM future plans and directions are provided for information purposes only. Plans and direction are subject to change without notice. System Storage June 2009 Lifecycle longevity  Protect against risks of change/growth over the next 5+ years Sustainable performance  Real-world mixed workloads, virtualization and consolidation Green efficiency  Lower your storage acquisition, support and environmental costs Enterprise support  Large DataCenter support for a scalable modular package DS5000 Corner Stone Value Propositions


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