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1 StorageTek Information Lifecycle Management Delivering ILM Value TODAY

2 Page 2 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Agenda Define ILM The ILM Stack Elements of the ILM Stack Steps to Applying ILM

3 Page 3 Copyright 2004 StorageTek The IT & Storage Challenge You must do a LOT more with Less. Volume of Information Value of Information Apps/Sources of Information Time to Retain Information Copies of Information Complexity to Manage Information Cost to Manage Information RELATIVE IT BUDGETS! Manage / Store Protect / Archive Information Mgmt. Archive Data Protection Primary Storage

4 Page 4 Copyright 2004 StorageTek THE RELEVANCE OF ILM TODAY Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Classifying, managing, and moving information to the most cost effective data repository based on the value of each piece of information at that exact point in time. Implications: Not all information is created equal…and neither are your storage options Information value changes over time…both upward and downward Data repositories should be dynamically matched with information value for security, protection and cost

5 Page 5 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Steps to Real ILM Best of Breed Applications Customers Choice Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional) Storage Infrastructure Network Enterprise Disk Object- Based File Stores SATA/ JBOD Access Tape Mid-level Disk Capacity Tape Enabling Services PROFESSIONAL SERVICES STORAGE PROFILING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CLASSIFICATION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CENTRE REVIEW PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SAN ASSESSMENT SERVICE DELIVERY ENTERPRISE SUPPORT SERVICE SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGED STORAGE SERVICE

6 Page 6 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Storage Infrastructure Network Driving Cost from Storage Infrastructure SATA/ JBOD 4 Mid-level Disk 1 2 Object- Based File Stores 3 Access Tape 5 Capacity Tape 6 Enterprise Disk 1 V2X D-Series B-SeriesSL Family CAS

7 Page 7 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Software Intelligence Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional)

8 Page 8 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Business Value Period in Time Customer Usage Competitive Advantage Compliance Retention Period Type of Storage Accessibility Archive Where to store How long in this tier Archive attributes Data Classification Intelligence Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional)

9 Page 9 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Usage How is my data allocated How much of my BCVs are used What business units drive usage Status What device is down What is my performance What capacity limit Success Did my backups complete How long did it take Where are my weak points Data Data Management Intelligence Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional)

10 Page 10 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Data Intelligent Network Virtualisation Heterogeneous Replicate, Mirror, SNAP Automated Based on Classification Managed by software Bi-Directional Across all 6 tiers Data Movement Intelligence Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional)

11 Page 11 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Customer Choice examples: Best of Breed Applications

12 Page 12 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Assess Implement Design Manage Maintain Enable with Services PROFESSIONAL SERVICES STORAGE PROFILING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CLASSIFICATION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CENTRE REVIEW PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SAN ASSESSMENT SERVICE DELIVERY ENTERPRISE SUPPORT SERVICE SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGED STORAGE SERVICE

13 Page 13 Copyright 2004 StorageTek PROFESSIONAL SERVICES STORAGE PROFILING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CLASSIFICATION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA CENTRE REVIEW PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SAN ASSESSMENT SERVICE DELIVERY ENTERPRISE SUPPORT SERVICE SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGED STORAGE SERVICE Steps to Real ILM Enabling Services Storage Infrastructure Best of Breed Applications Customers Choice Data Management Services A Data Classification B Data Management C Data Movement (bi-directional) Network Assess Implement Design Manage Maintain Enterprise Disk Object- Based File Stores SATA/ JBOD Access Tape Mid-level Disk Capacity Tape

14 Page 14 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Understanding the Business Value Objective: Align storage cost with your informations value Value can be relative to age, criticality (business process) &/or time

15 Page 15 Copyright 2004 StorageTek ONLINE V-Series D-Series MirrorStore SnapShot SANtricity NEARLINE VSM Automated tape Tape drives VTM tape mirroring High Low INLINE BladeStore EchoView ARCHIVE / DELETION VSM Automated tape Tape drives Tape Mirroring VolSafe compliance tape INTEGRATING SOFTWARE AND SERVICES Data availability Professional ServicesGlobal Storage Manager (GSM) & PACS solutions Remote Managed Storage SAN Solutions ASM Enterprise Support Services Storage tiers Cost High Low Storage Tiers to Match Performance Needs With Business Value

16 Page 16 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Aging 30 days Amount of Data Retrieval Activity Application Server Online (ms) Nearline (sec ) Aging to 1 Year Inline (ms ) Aging 3 months Archive (min ) Aging to 1+ Years Deletion Time ATA disk Tape Library Policy-based migration software ROI Tool now available Manage: Information Lifecycle Management Policy-based migration software Low High Low High Reference Frequency Data Value Tape

17 Page 17 Copyright 2004 StorageTek StorageTek Disk Subsystems Enterprise & Large Workgroup Mid-tier & Departmental Features & Functionality BC84 D220 SANtricity Entry-level & Workgroup Solid Performance Entry-level/Workgroup File & Print Solid Performance Secondary disk Online Archive Scalable to high capacity Streaming Data High Performance Throughput Intensive Transaction Heavy High Redundancy D240 D178 D280 D173 MirrorStore B280 B220 Access Centric Capacity Centric

18 Page 18 Copyright 2004 StorageTek D-Series and B-Series D-Series is optimised for tier one transaction processing and throughput intensive applications. B-Series is optimised for tier two sequential data workload applications and streaming data distribution. Capacity Centric Access Centric

19 Page 19 Copyright 2004 StorageTek What are ATA, PATA, and SATA? ATA – Advanced Technology Architecture Also known as IDE Parallel ATA (PATA) has been the dominant internal storage interconnect for desktop and mobile computers Serial ATA (SATA) was designed to address PATA limitations and deliver greater reliability and performance Better performance (10 year roadmap) More advanced, SCSI-like set of commands Smaller pin count / cable Lower power requirement

20 Page 20 Copyright 2004 StorageTek The ATA Appeal Customers are looking to ATA drives to reduce the hardware cost per gigabyte of their storage systems Disk drives can represent the majority of overall cost After factoring in controllers, enclosures and software, drives represent 30 to 80% of the acquisition cost ATA drives reduce the hardware cost of the storage system SATA drives are roughly one third the cost per GB of FC drives* $ per GB* 3 TB5 TB10 TB20 TB SATA difference % % %50%+ * Based on Fibre Channel drive pricing as of November 2003

21 Page 21 Copyright 2004 StorageTek BladeStore – Two Distinct Architectures BladeStore BC84 with B250 (PATA) 12.5 TB (10 Blades with 5 PATA drives each) in a 6U enclosure BC84 (4884) controller Designed to satisfy needs that grow in TBs BladeStore B220/B280 with B200 (SATA) 3.5 TB (14 SATA drives) in a 3U enclosure B280 (5884) and B220 (2882 ) controllers Designed to satisfy needs that grow in GBs

22 Page 22 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Where does ATA Disk fit ? Fixed Content Distribution ( , Surveillance, HealthCare, Broadcast) Disk-to-Disk Backup/Restore (EchoView, Legato, Veritas, ISVs) Mirroring (RVM, MirrorStore) General Purpose Secondary Disk Applications (ASM (HSM) and other applications) Where it performs well: Large block transfers and streaming workloads Write once, read many environments

23 Page 23 Copyright 2004 StorageTek World leader in tape automation StorageTek is the innovator and leader in tape automation Tape automation is a business of over $1.6 billion annually (revenue and service) Continued development of both automation and tape drives (R&D ~10% of sales) Complete enterprise connectivity widest in the industry True mixed-media architecture any cartridge, any slot! High availability best reliability Highest robotic performance Best investment protection Industry leading brand recognition The best automated library portfolio in the market As recognised by Gartner, IDC, Meta Group, Giga Strongest ISV relationships in the automation business!

24 Page 24 Copyright 2004 StorageTek L-Series Portfolio The latest evolution of the industrys most reliable and popular tape automation systems Widest range of automation From 10 to >200,000 cartridges Most flexible libraries AMT for True mixed media support Wide variety of specialised management software L20/40/ Slots Up to 8 Drives L Slots Up to 20 Drives L Slots Up to 10 Drives

25 Page 25 Copyright 2004 StorageTek L-Series tape drives = choice SuperDLT 220 & 320 Quantum 11 MB/sec 16 MB/sec 110 GB Cartridge 160 GB Cartridge LTO Ultrium Gen1 & Gen2 IBM/HP/Seagate 15 MB/sec 30 MB/sec 100 GB Cartridge 200 GB Cartridge T9840C StorageTek 30 MB/sec 40 GB Cartridge DLT7000E Quantum 5 MB/sec 35 GB Cartridge T9940B StorageTek 30 MB/sec 200 GB Cartridge DLT8000 Quantum 6 MB/sec 40 GB Cartridge

26 Page 26 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Investment protection Consolidation High capacity Virtual technology support Superior density Footprint efficiency Unparalleled performance Superior RAS Unprecedented scalability 1500 to cartridges per LSM 750 to TBs per LSM (native, with NGD) Up to 31 LSMs, 90+ PBs! Up to 64 tape drives per LSM 25+ TB/hr! Choice of drive technology NGD, T9840, T9940, LTO, and SDLT Full mixed media (any cart, any cell) SL8500 Value

27 Page 27 Copyright 2004 StorageTek SL8500 Basic Library Architecture:

28 Page 28 Copyright 2004 StorageTek SL8500 Scalability Each SL8500 module can be tuned for optimal performance by changing the number of slots, robots, or drives (1, 2, 3) plus … Additional modules can be added to a single ACS to further enhance a particular attribute For example extra capacity Performance Modules Capacity Modules 28 1,456 Data Cartridge Slots 6,640 Data Cartridge Slots

29 Page 29 Copyright 2004 StorageTek High Density 29 >25% higher density! Top View (library and service footprint) for typical PowderHorn customer (4 LSMs) IBM ,000 SLOTS 192 DRIVES 72 TALL 12 SLOTS/SQ. FT. ADIC 10K 24,189 SLOTS 180 DRIVES 77 TALL 31 SLOTS/SQ. FT. STK New Arch. 21,000 SLOTS 192 DRIVES 92 TALL >50 SLOTS/SQ. FT. STK 9310/L ,328 SLOTS 160 DRIVES 92 TALL 30 SLOTS/SQ. FT.

30 Page 30 Copyright 2004 StorageTek If you thought tape was only for back up... Document Management Audio, Video Cardiographs Backup Archive Satellite, Scientific, Seismic Image Objects HSM Virtual File Level / Record Level Recall X-rays Patient files

31 Page 31 Copyright 2004 StorageTek Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute > StorageTeks BladeStore delivers the high end performance to support Sangers data access requirements to its large volumes of fixed content data. The unique BladeStore architecture enables ATA technology to provide the reliability and availability required to support Sangers enterprise class environment. The combination of vast capacity and performance makes the BladeStore disk subsystem ideal for storing fixed content data online. > Sanger implemented StorageTeks BladeStore solution through a phased approach, leveraging its ease of scalability to grow capacity from 50 terabytes to 150 terabytes over a four-month period. The StorageTek solution will be used to store all online information for the Sanger Institutes Trace Server and Ensembl Web site, which receives more than 500,000 hits each week, enabling its scientists to accelerate their research. The BladeStore solution has surpassed Sangers expectations, enabling faster access to larger volumes of data anticipated by its IT organization. > Sangers next major research project will generate a terabyte each week in data growth. Because of its proven success with BladeStore, Sanger plans to leverage the power of BladeStore to support this explosive data growth. > In our work making genomic data available to all, we must be able to trust the reliability of all our shared research on the Web, said Phil Butcher, head of IT at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. It was crucial that we had backup and storage technologies that could scale with our ever-growing needs. StorageTeks solution gives us fast retrieval from large static content and the ability to store large quantities of data in a small footprint at a greatly reduced cost, which brings our ILM strategy to a whole new level. > The Sanger Institute has adopted a full information lifecycle management (ILM) plan from StorageTek, inclusive of BladeStore, L-700 tape libraries, and SN6000.

32 Page 32 Copyright 2004 StorageTek ILM Summary > We need to recognise that - all information does not have equal value - 80% of all data is replicated and seldom accessed > Inline ATA Disk changes the economics of disk storage > Information lifecycle Management compliments Business Process Management > ILM segments the data according to value and enables an economically balanced and sustainable strategy to align storage management with business objectives

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