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VCE - A Common Vision for the Data Center of the Future

John Jordaan - EMC

Jonathan Clarke - EMC


We want to be your strategic business partner

Customers

We want to be your Strategic Business Partner

Customer Value

StrategicBusinessPartner

Trusted Partner

Supplier

Vendor


It service delivery is under increasing pressure
IT Service Delivery Is Under Increasing Pressure

Collaborative Services

Power and Cooling

Visual Networking

Asset Utilization

User Expectations

Provisioning

New BusinessPressures

OperationalLimitations

Globalization

Security Threats

Regulatory Compliance

Biz. Continuance


The problem statement
The Problem Statement

  • Overwhelming cost and complexity!

  • >70% of IT budgets just to keep the lights on

  • <30% of IT budgets goes to innovation and competitive advantage

Where the IT budget goes

Your business can change only as fast as your IT can

23%

5%

Application

Investment

Infrastructure

Investment

30%

42%

Application

Maintenance

Infrastructure

Maintenance


Average datacenter today
Average Datacenter Today

LAN/NAS

  • Some Server Virtualization

  • Some VDI

  • Tier 1 Apps holdouts

  • Resource Pools for CPU/Memory

  • Quad Core Sockets

  • Management and Automation for each layer

  • SAN and LAN Fabric

  • SAN/NAS for Virtualized Hosts

  • Geographic DR

SAN


Next big things in it
Next Big Things in IT

VirtualData Center

CloudComputing

Lower cost, easier to manage, faster, more flexible and secure

Flexibility, lower cost, seamless movement of data and applications

VirtualClients

Virtual Appliances

Information accessible anywhere, anytime; Desktops that follow user

Simpler deployment for enterprise class applications


….. without virtualization you simply cannot offer Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Finding rack space

Getting power supply

Network connections (4+ connections in general), cabling, switches ..

SAN connections, capacity, cablings, switch

Install OS

Install OS Patches

Security Hardening

Install infrastructure software, middleware, ….

Install S/W patches

Testing

Configuration monitoring, management

……

Think

?


What is needed
What is needed Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

application choice

infrastructure choice

CHOICE

service delivery control

security control

CONTROL

resource efficiency

operational efficiency

EFFICIENCY


Unifying service delivery
Unifying Service Delivery Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Information Services

Application Services

Communication Services

Unified Service Delivery Center

  • Increase service and feature velocity

  • Optimize capital and operating costs

  • Ensure and secure the user experience

“A single, horizontal platform to leverages across the entire service portfolio”


Virtualized consolidated environment
Virtualized Consolidated Environment Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Unified

  • Q: Who can do this?

  • A: No one vendor.

  • “This next transformation will require key trusted vendors to partner more than ever”

  • 10GbE

  • FCoE

  • DCE

  • NPIV

  • IOV

Site A

Site B


Emc technology alliances
EMC Technology Alliances Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Information

Virtual

Virtual

Application

Connectivity

Virtual

Information

Information Infrastructure


What is vce
What is Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:VCE?

V

C

E

Each brings essential technology and know-howto realize the next generation Data Center

Each has a track record of innovation for virtual environments

Each has the technical capabilities and market presence to drive new standards

shared vision

“private cloud”

aligned

technologies

reference

architectures

blueprints

and solutions

services

shared partner ecosystem


The joint alliance strategies come together to create cloud infrastructure
The joint Alliance Strategies come together Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:To create Cloud Infrastructure

CloudInfrastructure

VirtualInfrastructure

InformationInfrastructure


Virtual data center infrastructure
Virtual Data Center Infrastructure Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Reduce cost and footprint of environment

Increase efficiency of operations and management

Address challenges of technology refreshes and migrations

VMware = V Cisco = C EMC = C Together the power of VCE

Virtual Applications

Network and Security

Management & Content Management

Business Continuity &Backup, Recover and Archiving

Tiered/Unified Storage

Virtual Infrastructure


What s the cloud
What’s the Cloud? Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • IDC on The Cloud (http://blogs.idc.com/ie/?p=189)

    • Offsite, provided by third-party provider - “In the cloud” execution, which for most practical purposes means offsite (really, location-agnostic)

    • Accessed via the Internet - standards-based, universal network access though this doesn’t preclude security or quality-of-service value-add

    • Minimal/no IT skills to “implement” - online, simplified specification of services and no lengthy implementation of on-premise systems

    • Automated Provisioning - self-service requesting, near real-time deployment, dynamic & fine-grained scaling

    • Fine-grained Pricing - usage-based pricing capability though some providers mask this granularity with long-term, fixed price agreements

    • System Interface Via Web Services APIs - providing a standards-based framework for accessing and integrating with and among cloud services

    • Shared resources/common versions - some ability to customize “around” the shared services, via configuration options within the service


From internal cloud to private cloud
From Internal Cloud to Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

PrivateCloud

Enterprise

Data Center

Service

Provider

Virtualization

Federation

Virtual Data Center

Information

Today’s

Data Center

Security


Applications Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Web/App Server

Middleware

Databases

OS Environment

Compute Resource

Storage

Networking

Cloud Computing – Fundamentals

  • You use IT resources or services over the Net

  • You pay based on usage (Utility based)

  • Resources via the the Cloud can be easily scaled up and down

  • You don’t care how the resources/services are implemented (physically) within the Cloud

  • You don’t need to manage the underlying infrastructure

  • You apply any resource from any where


Building The Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

your applications

your information

enterprise IT resources

any device

any where

VMware

Cisco

EMC

enterprise infrastructure

server – network - storage

provider infrastructure

communications carrier


VCE Landscape Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

integrated services and solutions

enterprise

data centers

compatible

service providers

integrated management

cloud operating system

VMware

integrated functionality

unified network and computingCisco

integrated connectivity

virtual information infrastructureEMC

integrated security

integrated partner ecosystem


Emc and vsphere integration

  • Control Center Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • Smarts ESM/ADM

  • IT Compliance Analyzer

  • Server Config Manager

EMC and vSphere Integration

  • Avamar

  • Replication Manager

  • Networker

  • Data Protection Advisor

  • RSA Authentication Manager

  • RSA Envision

  • Storage QoS

  • Virtual Provisioning

  • Virtual Storage

vCenter 4.0

Application APIs

Scalability

Security

Availability

VMware vSphere 4.0

vCompute

Infrastructure APIs

vStorage

vNetwork

  • Ultrascale

  • V-Max

  • Ultraflex

  • EFD

  • Cisco UCS, VN-Link and Nexus Family supported by EMC SMARTS

  • Cisco leverages EMC RSA

  • Only Vendor Integrated into all 3 vStorage APIs

  • PowerPath for VMware

  • EMC Storage Viewer Plug-in

  • EMC SRM Failback Plug-in

  • EMC VDI Plug-in


Vmware cisco emc the virtual datacenter os
VMware Cisco EMC – the Virtual Datacenter OS Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

EMC as a VMware Authorized Consultant (VAC) to help customers put it all together


Cisco benefit of unified fabric i o consolidation

I/O Consolidation with FCoE Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Today

LAN

SAN B

SAN A

LAN

SAN B

SAN A

Ethernet

FC

FC

Ethernet

FC

Ethernet

FC

Enhanced

Ethernet

and FCoE

CISCO -Benefit of Unified Fabric: I/O Consolidation


The emc information infrastructure designed for and integrated with vmware
The EMC Information Infrastructure: Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:Designed for, and Integrated with, VMware

Storage

  • Celerra, CLARiiON, Symmetrix DMX, Symmetrix V-Max and PowerPath

  • Integrated with VMware vStorage and vCenter

Data Protection

  • Avamar, NetWorker, Replication Manager, EMC Remote Replication

  • Integrated with VMware Backup and vStorage Site Recovery Manager

Management

  • Smarts Suite – Application Discovery Manager, Server Manager, IT Compliance Analyzer, ControlCenter, Navisphere, StorageScope

  • Integrated with vCenter and vStorage Multi-Pathing

Security

  • enVision, Authentication Manager, SecureID

  • Integrated with VMware VMSafe and vCenter

Solutions and Services

  • Proven solutions and end-to-end services for EMC and VMware

  • Jointly developed and delivered with VMware


Where is emc innovating
Where is EMC Innovating Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:


Data center of the future partnership benefits
Data Center of the Future Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:Partnership Benefits

V Virtual Data Center OS

+

C Unified Computing and Networking

+

E Information Infrastructure

50% increase in Storage Utilization

40:1 Server Consolidation and beyond

70% Reduction in Power and Cooling Costs

Guaranteed, Trusted and Validated Infrastructure

95% Reduction in HA Cost; 70% Reduction in DR Cost

80% Reduction in Management Costs


User world
User world Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Physicalreality

Virtuallayer

User world

Virtualworld

Physicalworld

Service request

‘Object/overview/process’

  • This is the only thing a user wants:

  • a quick dedicated response,

  • which is delivered in a secure way,

  • with high performance and

  • at any place and at any moment.

  • To initiate this service we

  • need:

  • a ‘service engine’ that powers the delivery (the virtual machine)

  • the core data to processor to show (the virtualLUN that locates data) and

  • an infrastructure that enables them to stay connected.

VM

server

Service

Orchestrator

network

VLUN

storage

  • Secure

  • High performance

  • 24x7xforever

result

Virtual

Workplace

Virtual

Infrastructure

next

next

next

  • In the physicalworld we need:

  • A service orchestratortoinitiate:

    • The Virtual Machine on a server

    • The Virtual LUN on a storage device

    • The link between server and storage

  • Anarchitecturewithstandardstobuildthisworld

3 market leaders present jointly a standardized architecture for the Data Center of the Future


Any application, any device, any where Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

provision your applications

Your application

stack

your information

Virtual Enterprise

enterprise infrastructure

server – network - storage


Accelerate deployments with best practices
Accelerate Deployments with Best Practices Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • Application Solutions

    • Exchange

    • SQL Server

    • SharePoint

    • Oracle

    • SAP

  • Use Case Solutions

    • Infrastructure

    • Backup

    • Management

    • Disaster recovery

    • Client/VDI

  • Product Solutions

    • Unified storage

    • Avamar

    • Replication

    • Deduplication

    • Smarts

    • RSA


Virtualization Blueprints Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

Overview

  • VMware Integrated

  • Management

  • Cisco Unified Computing

VMware

Cloud OS

Cisco Unified Fabric

EMC

Data Protection

EMC

Unified Storage

Replication to DR

  • EMC

  • Disaster Recovery


  • Cisco Unified Computing Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • Stateless Computing

  • Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE

  • VMware

  • vSphere

  • Lab Manager

  • Cisco Unified Fabric

  • Nexus 1000v Virtual Switch

  • MDS 9100/9200 SAN Switch

  • EMC Data Protection

  • Avamar Virtual Edition

  • Dedupe at Source

  • EMC Unified Storage

  • Celerra NX4

  • Multi-protocol : iSCSI and NFS

  • Single Tier Storage

Virtualization BlueprintTest/Dev

Mission Critical

Business Critical

Utility

Test/Dev


Virtualization blueprint utility servers
Virtualization Blueprint Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:Utility Servers

  • Cisco Unified Computing

  • Stateless Computing

  • Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE

  • Role-based Control

  • VMware

  • vSphere Cluster

  • VMware HA

  • DRS

  • VCB

  • Cisco Unified Fabric

  • Nexus 1000v Virtual Switch

  • MDS 9100/9200 SAN Switch

  • EMC Data Protection

  • Avamar Single Node

  • Dedupe at Source

  • EMC Unified Storage

  • Celerra NX4 – HA Configuration

  • Multi-protocol : iSCSI, NFS, FC

  • 2 Tier Storage

Mission Critical

Business Critical

Utility

Test/Dev


  • Cisco Unified Computing Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • Stateless Computing

  • Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE

  • Role-based Control

  • 384GB RAM per server

  • DR Configuration

  • VMware Integrated Management

  • Cisco UCS Manager

  • Cisco Unified Fabric Mgt

  • EMC ECC vCenter Plugin

  • EMC Replication Manager

  • VMware

  • vCenter

  • vSphere Cluster

  • VMware HA, DRS

  • VCB for backup

  • SRM for DR

  • Cisco Unified Fabric

  • Nexus 7000 Core Switch

  • Nexus 1000V Virtual Switch

  • MDS 9500 SAN

  • Application Control Engine

  • Wide Area Application Services

  • EMC Data Protection

  • Avamar RAIN Config

  • Dedupe at Source

  • Deduplicated replication

  • EMC Unified Storage

  • Celerra HA Configuration or V-Max

  • Multi-protocol : iSCSI, NFS, FC

  • Business Continuity Snapshots

  • 2 Tier Storage

Replication to DR

  • EMC Disaster Recovery

  • Recoverpoint Replication

Virtualization BlueprintBusiness Critical Servers

Mission Critical

Business Critical

Utility

Test/Dev


  • Cisco Unified Computing Infrastructure as a Service because provisioning an application server requires:

  • Stateless Computing

  • Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE

  • Role Based Control

  • 384GB RAM per server

  • DR Configuration

  • 320 servers; 1000’s of VM’s

  • Low-latency Hypervisor bypass

  • VMware Integrated Management

  • Cisco UCS Manager

  • Cisco Unified Fabric Mgt

  • EMC ECC vCenter Plugin

  • EMC Replication Manager

  • VMware

  • vCenter

  • vSphere Cluster

  • VMware FT, HA, DRS

  • SRM for DR

  • Cisco Unified Fabric

  • Nexus 7000 Core Switch

  • Nexus 1000v Virtual Switch

  • MDS 9500 SAN

  • Application Control Engine

  • Wide Area Application Services

  • EMC Data Protection

  • Avamar RAIN Config

  • Dedupe at Source

  • Deduplicated replication

  • Networker

  • Data Protection Advisor

  • EMC Unified Storage

  • Symmetrix V-Max; Up to 8 Engines

  • Multi-protocol : iSCSI, NFS, FC

  • Advanced Storage Tiering

  • Business Continuity Snapshots

Replication to DR

  • EMC Disaster Recovery

  • SRDF

  • Zero Data Loss Async, Sync, Star Replication

  • Continuous Data Protection

Virtualization BlueprintMission Critical Servers

Mission Critical

Business Critical

Utility

Test/Dev


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