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3 A Platform for Windows NAS Appliances for file, block, and print workloads Optimized for… Efficient storage utilization Cost-effective file serving IT consolidation OEM partners deliver… Preconfigured solutions Headless and highly available OEM Hardware + Software Storage and Management: Microsoft iSCSI Software Target Single Instance Storage Customizable Out-of-the-box Experience Heterogeneous Remote Management

4 Small Businesses Medium Businesses / Branch Offices Medium Businesses / Enterprises Key Product Capabilities File storage using SMB2 and/or NFS Block storage using iSCSI Software Target 3.3 (in Workgroup, Standard, and Enterprise) Data management: File classification, quota management & storage reporting File replication and namespace virtualization: DFS-R & DFS-N Active Directory Domain Join Small Business NAS Simplified setup Simplified admin experience Simplified Backup and Recovery - Client backup for both Windows and Mac Clients Remote Web Access Maximum of 25 users Simplified setup Simplified admin experience Simplified Backup and Recovery - Client backup for both Windows and Mac Clients Remote Web Access Maximum of 25 users Simplified setup Block storage (iSCSI Software Target 3.3) Maximum of 25 users Simplified setup Block storage (iSCSI Software Target 3.3) Maximum of 25 users Scale UP NAS Workgroup features plus: Unlimited capacity and user scalability Branch office value with Read only domain controller (RODC), DNS, DHCP and WINS support Storage efficiency - Single instance storage (SIS) Workgroup features plus: Unlimited capacity and user scalability Branch office value with Read only domain controller (RODC), DNS, DHCP and WINS support Storage efficiency - Single instance storage (SIS) High Availability NAS Standard features plus: High availability Simplified cluster setup Enhanced bandwidth savings and improved network utilization with BranchCache TM Standard features plus: High availability Simplified cluster setup Enhanced bandwidth savings and improved network utilization with BranchCache TM

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6 X1400 G2 X1600 G2 X1800 G2 X3800 G2 Gateway X3400 G2 Gateway X1000 X3000 X1800sb G2 X3800sb G2 Gateway X node (Max 2 Nodes) X node (Max 2 Nodes)X node (Max 8 Nodes) HA NAS Unified NAS - SMB2, NFS, iSCSI - WSS2008 R2 Standard Edition - Includes HP ASM and iSCSI Target Gateways P2000, P4000, EVA - SMB2, NFS, iSCSI - WSS2008 R2 Enterprise Edition - Clusterable, Max 8 Nodes Highly Available Systems - SMB2, NFS, iSCSI - WSS2008 R2 Enterprise Edition - Clustered X1500 G2

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11 Growth of users and data Distributed computing Heterogeneous environments ? Budget Constraints

12 Source: IDC's 2009 Enterprise Disk Storage Consumption Model

13 UseWindows Storage ServerWindows Server File Server Role SMB and NFS protocols iSCSI Software Target New! Gateway to a SAN Preinstalled storage appliances Rapid cluster deployments No CALs required Single Instance Storage (Dedup) LOB Server applications Windows Infrastructure Roles Multiple install and configuration options

14 Windows 7 File Services Technologies File Classification Infrastructure Hosted Folder Redirection File Server Resource Manager DFS Replication (DFS-R) BranchCacheBranchCache SMB 2.1 Server NFS Server SMB 2.1 Client NFS Client BranchCacheBranchCache Windows Server 2008 R2 File Services Technologies Windows Server 2008 R2 File Services Technologies Windows 7 File Services Technologies Windows 7 File Services Technologies Client Folder Redirection File Access Optimized To Work Better Together DFS Namespaces (DFS-N) Offline Files

15 Data Movement Data Access Data Management Server Message Block (SMB2) Network File System (NFS) Distributed File System Namespace (DFS-N) Offline Files BranchCache Hosted Mode iSCSI Software Target Server Message Block (SMB2) Network File System (NFS) Distributed File System Namespace (DFS-N) Offline Files BranchCache Hosted Mode iSCSI Software Target Distributed File System Replication (DFS-R) Folder Redirection Distributed File System Replication (DFS-R) Folder Redirection File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) Single Instance Storage (SIS) ** File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) Single Instance Storage (SIS) **

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18 SMB Version 1.X T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 SMB Version 2.1 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 SMB 1.x Client SMB 1.x Server SMB 2.1 Client SMB 2.1 Server SMB Request SMB Response

19 Hours Files (Millions) Seconds Volume Size Less than 7 minutes to CHKDSK a 15 TB volume with 10 million files Performance scales with memory Higher availability due to less downtime Windows 2003 not measured in hours Performance scales with memory Higher availability due to less downtime Windows 2003 not measured in hours Important note: CHKDSK scales with the number of files in the volume, not the size of the volume. CHKDSK Whitepaper

20 [Note: lower is better] *http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer2009/presentations/wednesday/SaadAnsari-Hasegawa_Barreto_DFS-N_Overview-rev.pdf Improved performance with Standalone Namespaces Dramatic improvement in WS 2008 compared to WS 2003 (standalone namespaces) Additional performance for very large namespaces (300,000+ links) (both modes) Windows Server 2008 R2 tested 1.3 million links per namespace! Even better performance with 2008-mode Domain Namespaces

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22 Note: lower is better Performance increases with multiple threads

23 Disable 8.3 File Name Creation and File System Aliasing for a 10% Improvement in Performance

24 Running on server hardware “typical” of release date (~$3,000 configuration with 12 disks on RAID-0) WS2008 3,200 users WS2003 1,200 users WS2008 R2 4,400 users

25 WS 2008 R Users WS 2008 R Users WS 2008 SP Users WS 2008 SP Users Operating SystemWS 2008 SP2WS 2008 R2 Users4,5007,500 CPU: 1 x X GHz11.22%28.40% Memory: 16GB44%58% Disks: 24 RAID-10, HBA: 1 x 8Gb FC112 MB/s167 MB/s Network: 1 x 10G121 MB/s183 MB/s

26 W2K8+SP Users W2K8+SP Users WS 2008 R Users WS 2008 R Users WSS Users WSS Users Operating SystemWS 2008 SP2WS 2008 R2 Users7,50016,500 CPU: 2 x X GHz12.90%48.30% Memory: 72GB17% Disks: 96 RAID-10, HBA: 2 x 8Gb FC 179 MB/s419 MB/s Network: 1 x 10G197 MB/s457 MB/s Scenario Throughput Users

27 23,000 Users (!) Operating SystemWS 2008 R2 Users23,000 CPU: 2 x X GHz63.10% Memory: 72GB23% Disks: 192 RAID-10, HBA: 4 x 8Gb FC 601 MB/s Network: 2 x 10G650 MB/s

28 Emulex and HP achieved over users on the HP x3800 G2

29 Benchmark: SPECsfs2008/NFS Windows v/s Linux Comparison - Windows Server achieved 2X IOPS compared to Linux Server - Response times improved in W2K8-R2 over WSS08 (~35%) Operating SystemResultsSystem Configuration Throughput (Ops/sec) Overall Response Time (msec)Protocol Memory (GB) Disks Exported Capacity Network Ports Network Type Windows Storage Server NFSv TB110 Gigabit Windows Server 2008 R NFSv TB110 Gigabit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (ext3) NFSv TB110 Gigabit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (reiserfs) NFSv TB110 Gigabit Windows performance tuning information: -DefaultNumberOfWorkerThreads = 256 Linux performance tuning information from: - File system mounted (rw,noatime,nodiratime,acl,user_xattr) - NFSv3 export option (rw,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)

30 Where do we stand? SPECsfs2008_nfs.v3 – All submitted results on to date!www.spec.org

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32 Users SIS Common Store User-01 User-02 User-03 Identify duplicate files by walking the USN Journal Make one copy in the SIS Common Store Replace the files with Reparse Points

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35 iSCSI Initiator iSCSI Software Target iSCSI: An Internet Protocol (IP) based storage networking standard for linking data storage facilities. iSCSI Targets are instances of hard disk storage that connect over IP or Ethernet networks. Targets listen to initiator commands and perform the required I/O.

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38 Reference DesignNumber of Nodes Deployment Time Subsequent Boot Time HP ProLiant SE326M1 2x Quad Core 48GB HP P800, 20x10K 146G SFF SAS disksRAID: RAID50 (striped logic volume on top of two RAID5 vdisk, each vdisk has 10 disk spindles) Minutes2:55 HP ProLiant SE326M1 2x Quad Core 48GB HP P800, 20x10K 146G SFF SAS disksRAID: RAID50 (striped logic volume on top of two RAID5 vdisk, each vdisk has 10 disk spindles) Minutes4:24

39 Windows Server and the iSCSI Software Target Virtual Machine C Virtual Machine B Virtual Machine A Windows Server Running Hyper-V VHD on Parent Partition Volume Pass-through Parent Partition Disk Child Partition iSCSI Initiator Direct to LUN LUN 1LUN 2LUN 3 F: F:\vms\vm1.vhd VHD file stored on disk volume on parent partition Disk 3 Virtual machine directly connects to disk on parent partition iSCSI initiator in child partition directly connects to iSCSI LUN LUN 3 Live Migration Enabled

40 Cluster Node 1 iSCSI Software Target Cluster Node 2 Configuration Data Virtual Machine Memory Content VHD Memory Sync Virtual Machine User Windows Storage Server

41 VHD SAN Single Volume Concurrent access to a single file system Windows Storage Server Failover Cluster

42 Feature VHD on Parent Partition Volume Pass-through Parent Partition Disk Child Partition iSCSI Initiator Direct to LUN Best performance Easier to manage from parent Easier to manage from child Expanding/differencing VHDs Hot add disk Hyper-V VHD snapshots on parent iSCSI Target VSS snapshots on parent iSCSI Target VSS snapshots on child Backup with Hyper-V VSS writer Child-based failover clustering Hyper-V Live Migration Child boot from disk (no third party tools)

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47 Title, icon, and header can be customized Tasks can be customized Sections can be customized

48 Create a 2-node storage server cluster in 30 minutes Perform entire deployment from one console: EULA Region and language settings Join the domain on both nodes Prepare shared disk access Create the cluster Prepare resource groups Validate cluster setup Bring the cluster online and create an HA File server

49 Streamlining a two node cluster setup from 180+ minutes to < 30 minutes Entire setup from a single console Settings updated on both nodes Extensible by OEM’s Technologies: Image File Execution Windows UI Automation Remote App PowerShell Remoting Wizard framework

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51 1) Select Country or region setting 2) Select Time and currency setting 3) Select Keyboard layout setting 4) Select accessibility settings

52 1) Automatically shut down all NICs except the crossover cable 2) Launch discovery on that interface to get the IP address of the second node

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56 Enter domain name (FQDN or Partial domain name) Enter user name in Domain\Username format Enter the password for mentioned user

57 Enter the Cluster name. This name will be used while creating the cluster If you want to change the auto-generated names for the nodes then select this check box.

58 Click add to add users or groups to the local administrators group

59 Enter the New password for administrator account. Confirm the new password

60 Join domain process: On successful completion of this operation : Each node will be joined to domain. Cluster name will be saved in registry for future use during cluster creation. Computer name for each node will be set Local administrator password for each node will be set Accounts will be added to the local administrators group.

61 Tasks TAB list all the tasks with its status. Errors TAB list the errors. If any of the Task fails the subsequent tasks will be cancelled.

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67 Remote Desktop With a Browser Tested on : Internet Explorer Red Hat Enterprise Linux SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Java Runtime Environment 6 Firefox v3

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69 Head Office Branch Office User Folders Published Content Collaboration Content Windows Storage Servers Branch Office DFS Replication of Published Content to Branch Offices DFS Replication of User Folders to Head Office

70 Head Office Branch Office User Folders Published Content Collaboration Content Windows Storage Servers Branch Office DFS Replication of Published Content to Branch Offices DFS Replication of User Folders to Head Office User Folders Collaboration Content Published Content Other Network TrafficiSCSI Block I/O Traffic Services Provided SMB 2.1 File Services Print Services DNS and DHCP Server NFS File Services iSCSI Block I/O Services Read-only Domain Controller

71 File Server Exchange Server SQL Server Microsoft Office SharePoint Server More power consumption used by individual servers Less storage capacity Efficient usage of available disk space not possible More power consumption used by individual servers Less storage capacity Efficient usage of available disk space not possible Mac OS or Linux Clients Windows Clients

72 Simplified backup Measure and manage power consumption Remote manageability of power policy Security improved Highly Available Data Simplified backup Measure and manage power consumption Remote manageability of power policy Security improved Highly Available Data Cluster Heartbeat Windows Failover Cluster Windows Storage Server Exchange Server SQL Server Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Mac OS or Linux Clients Windows Clients iSCSI Block I/O Windows Storage Server

73 Shared Storage Cluster Heartbeat Windows Failover Cluster iSCSI Block I/O Windows Storage Server Windows, Mac OS, or Linux Application Servers Windows Clients Mac OS or Linux Clients Network Printers SMB & NFS File Services Windows & LPD Print Services

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