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PRESENTATION TITLE GOES HERE The SNIA Industry Landscape Vincent Franceschini Chairman, SNIA Board of Directors
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. SNIA in a nutshell Founded 1997 USA Non-profit trade association – 501c6 Yearly budget is $5-6 Million USD USA team: 18 people Worldwide HQ is San Francisco Global presence in A/NZ, Canada, EMEA, India, Japan, PRC, South-Asia and USA Technology Center Activities in Colorado, Beijing, Tokyo, Bangalore Focus on Education, Specifications (standards), Industry Alliances, Best Practices, Plugfests and Conformance Tests for SNIA Specs No focus on industry lobbying, research, product technology creation SNIA co-owns Storage Networking World event; SNW brand used in A/NZ, China, Europe and USA Specification work based on ANSI RAND IP policy Software development work gated community work with open-source licensing Industry size: $50-60B USD for Hardware & Software; Explosive data growth WW; Aggressive declining $/TB per yr; data density increase; faster access networks;
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. A Market Perspective
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. Storage Networking Industry Association Mission Lead the storage industry worldwide in developing and promoting standards, technologies, and educational services to empower organizations in the management of information Vision Statements Be the trusted advisor across all business segments and the recognized authority in storage technologies in support of information management Be the catalyst for the development of information technologies and storage standards Establish a strong international presence to address the needs and requirements of the local storage and information management marketplace
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. SNIA Organization Chart
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. SNIA Specifications and Standards SMI-S: Storage Management Interface V1.0 ISO; V1.1 ANSI; V1.2 Spec Complete; V1.3 drafted, V1.4 & 1.5 in Dev. XAM: Metadata API for data archiving and security V1.0 Spec in Development IMA: iSCSI Management API – INCITS review MMA: Multi-path Management API – ISO review DDF: Disk Data Format – V1.2 Spec Complete; V2.0 in Dev Management Framework – V1.0 Spec in Development SNIA INCITS (ANSI Accred.) ISO 12 to 18 mo 12 to 15 mo SpecUSA Std WW Std years
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. Placeholder for SSM
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. SNIA Expands its Focus to Information Focusing on Storage or Storage Networking per se is no longer sufficient Transition started in 2004/5 Technology alone is too abstract to map business drivers Storage Information –Information has business value that changes over time –Information needs a managed life cycle Server Application –Why is the information important? –How is the information used? Network Infrastructure –including mobile resources And add the Users! –Who uses the Information? –When and Where do they need access?
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. The Bigger Picture For SNIA Storage Service : methods for managing the storage Storage Service Client Storage Policies Create, Modify, Maintain, … Storage Policies : determine behavior of storage management Information Policies Create, Modify, Maintain, … Information Information Policies : determine behavior of information management Data Policies Create, Modify, Maintain, … Data Data Policies : determine behavior of data management Data Service Client Information Service Client User Interfaces : administrate the services Information Services Info Service : methods for managing the information Data Services Data Service : methods for managing the data Storage Services (i.e. config service) Provision Storage: Volumes, Mirrors, Policies… Policy Managers : policy runtime and execution environment Manage Policies : control lifecycle of the policies themselves Storage Domain Data Domain Information Domain Services : where automation take place Communication is via SMI-S over CIM-XML and WS-Management protocols
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. Mgmt ILM Goal: Resource Management based on Business Requirements Data Services Composite Storage Service (CSS) Business & Mgmt Applications Data Placement Service Storage & Storage Services Data Center Management Data Service Resource Mgr Data requirements Service Level Management Lifecycle Management Data classification bridge to Information-based mgmt Storage solutions Configuration templates Resource Management Management of individual services Mgmt Data Protection Service Mgmt Data Security Service Its all about the data!
© 2008 Storage Networking Industry Association. All Rights Reserved. New Development Considerations for SNIA Some important drivers Point data management products with Proprietary Interfaces Backup, Archive, File-systems, etc. Driving business priorities remains a difficult manual coordination process IT users struggle to identify all data locations Need to achieve Regulatory Compliance Information Lifecycle Management Information Assurance Existing Elements: Backup software has policies for moving (copying) data - based on data protection HSM software has policies for moving data based on time and saving costs FCAS devices have policies for retaining data SRM software can tell you who is using data and how much of it you have Existing standards to leverage ILM - beginnings of a data mover/placement profile(s) NFSv4, (others) - extended attributes (needs common model) SMI-S – Data Policies (QoS for filesystems? pNFS profile?) File Movers NDMP, Grid FTP, etc Instrument with ILM profiles? Future standards? New Developments Bulk metadata retrieval
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