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  1. An Introduction to Network Appliance System Storage N series

  2. Agenda • IBM and NetApp Alliance • Today’s Enterprise Challenges • N series Advantage: Unified Storage Solutions • N series proof points: Customer Success! • Summary IBM System Storage N series Overview

  3. In April, 2005, IBM and Network Appliance announced a strategic storage relationship to drive information on demand solutions and to expand IBM's portfolio of storage solutions. IBM agreed to OEM (rebrand with IBM logo, service, support and warranty) the entire storage portfolio To date IBM has shipped over 40 PBs and 5000 Systems to enterprise customers Worldwide….. Success!! IBM and Network Appliance Alliance Overview + = IBM System Storage N series Overview

  4. CIOs • Improving business processes • Enterprise-wide operating costs • Growing customer relationships • Supporting competitive advantage • Explosive data growth • Making everything do more • Adapt and scale the infrastructure • 24 x 7 global access • Data security and compliance • Application integration IT Managers Today’s Enterprise Challenges IBM System Storage N series Overview

  5. Single, scalable storage platform with unmatched administrative simplicity Store • High-productivity management tools, integrated with servers and applications Manage • Leading backup & restore, disaster recovery, and data security solutions Protect • Flexible archive, compliance, and digital content solutions Meeting Data Management Challenges with N series Retain • Professional services and support to ensure business success Succeed IBM System Storage N series Overview

  6. Software &Processes Incompatible software;different processes Unified software;Same processes Experts &IntegrationServices Lots of experts andintegration services Reduced training & service requirements Competitors N series Platforms Compatible family Incompatible silos The N series Unified Architecture Advantage IBM System Storage N series Overview

  7. Storage solutions that deliver simplified data management for your entire Datacenter • Single OS running on all storage platforms for reduced management complexities and seamless scalability. N7900 1,176TB N7700 840TB N5600 504TB N5500 168TB N5300 336TB Delivering Value Across the Datacenter N5200 84TB N3600 104TB N3300 68TB N3700 16TB N series Gateways Leverage existing Storage Assets while introducing advanced N series Software functionality

  8. Multi-protocol, Heterogeneous Environment iSCSI FCP CIFS NFS N series Unified Storage Solutions; Seamlessly manage your data from cradle to grave DataMigration Primary Storage RegulatoryCompliance D/R Target ReferenceInformation Advanced Backup and Recovery IBM System Storage N series Overview

  9. The N series Advantage • N series storage solutions seamlessly manage data from cradle-to-grave with one OS and a single HW platform to provide • Strong data migration solutions for seamless integration into current data environments • Flexibility and scalability for future growth • Robust Consolidation, Data Protection, and Archival solutions for UNIX and Windows environments • Tightly integrated and Application-aware software for policy-based automation of data protection and disaster recover for VMware, Exchange, Oracle, SAP, SharePoint server & more • N series Unified Storage enables enterprise data centers to reduce storage inefficiencies, effectively manage data & seamlessly scale while reducing lower overall TCO…

  10. Current Hardware Portfolio

  11. NAS & IP SAN FC SAN All IBM System Storage™ N series Are Similar • All N series Systems support the same unified storage features: • High availability features • Hot Swap, redundant components; power supplies, fans, disk drives and storage controller clustering • Connects to NAS, IP SAN and FC SAN environments • Concurrently • 45+ Advanced Software Features • Copy Services, multiple protocols, virtualization, WORM data protection, database usability • FC or SATA or Mixed Disk Drive options • FC drive options • Used for high performance, mission critical production data • SATA options can be used for • Disk backup options (near-line storage) • Archive storage • Non-erasable, non-rewriteable data protection

  12. IBM System Storage™ N series Hardware Portfolio Storage solutions that deliver simplified data management across the entire enterprise • N series system offer* • Network Protocols: NAS, iSCSI, FC SAN ..… simultaneously • Single Operating system • System management tools • Storage management tools • Multiple RAID levels … including double parity • High availability features … hot swap and redundancy • Disk Drives: SAS, FC & SATA, multiple disk sizes & speeds … intermixed on all systems** • Non-erasable, Non-rewritable data protection • 45+ advanced software features and functions * N5200Gateway N5300Gateway N5500Gateway N5600Gateway N7700Gateway N7900Gateway Gateways – extend IP community and N series functionality by creating a virtualized N series environment Support for IBM, EMC, HP, Hitachi , 3Par,and Fujitsu storage systems N3700 16TB N5200 84TB N5300 336TB N5500 168TB N330068TB N3600104TB N7700 840TB N7900 1,176TB N5600 504TB * Gateways, N3300, N3600 support a subset of N series software** SAS drives supported currently only on the N3300 and N3600

  13. Supported Expansion Units for Appliance Models • EXN1000 contains up to 14 SATA drives • 250GB, 7.2K rpm • 500GB, 7.2K rpm • 750GB, 7.2K rpm • EXN4000 contains up to 14 fibre channel drives • 2Gbps Fibre Channel Disks • 144GB, 10K rpm • 300GB, 10K rpm • 4Gbps Fibre Channel Disks • 144GB, 15K rpm • 300GB, 15K rpm

  14. N3700 Hardware Specific Overview

  15. IBM System Storage N3700 • N3700 available in single or dual storage controller • Cluster controller are designed to offer redundancy, higher availability and increased performance • Compact 3U drawer scales to 4TB* • Three addition expansion units allow a maximum of 16TB* • Single platform offers Unified Protocol support • NAS, iSCSI (IP SAN) & FCP (FC SAN) protocol attachment to Windows, Unix and Linux environments • Enabler for IP-based SANs • Rock solid foundation offers redundant hot swappable components and robust copy services • Suitable for lights-out operation in distributed environments • Extremely suitable for SMB mission critical environments N3700 * Raw capacity

  16. N3700 Hardware Overview • N3700 available in single or dual storage controller appliance configurations • Cluster controller configurations contain two controllers inserted into rear of N3700 • Cluster configuration are designed to offer the benefits of increased performance with active-active configuration. • Single controller can be upgraded to cluster • Based On Broadcom® MIPS-based architecture • All available adapters ship with base unit • Two 10/100/1000 copper Ethernet • Two Fibre Channel adapters • For tape and expansion unit attachment • Protocol Support • NFS V2/V3/V4 over UDP or TCP • Microsoft® CIFS • iSCSI • FTP, HTTP, NDMP, SNMP Storage Controller Assembly

  17. Hardware Features NVRAM Battery • Maximum Volume / Aggregate size 8TB • ECC Memory 1GB • Nonvolatile Memory 128MB Memory Console port Optical FC Port (SAN attach) Copper FC port (EXN2000 attach) 2X GbE Copper NICs

  18. N3300 & N3600 Hardware Specific Overview

  19. N3000 series Key Specifications

  20. One architecture for SAN and NAS storage • Unique ability to consolidate file and block storage on single system • Can be used for either primary or secondary storage CIFS File Services iSCSI SAN NFS File Services Fibre Channel SAN Unified Storage Model Mix File and Block Protocols in the same system

  21. N3000 series Specifications Comparison Notes: (1) All specifications are for an active-active configuration; (2) max ports combines integrated ports with I/O cards; (3) maximum N5200 Fibre Channel ports requires 4-port 4Gbps FC adapter card N3300 logically replaces current N3700 systems N3600 fills gap between N3700 and N5200

  22. N5200, N5300, N5500 & N5600 Hardware Specific Overview

  23. N5000 series: Value, Performance, and Versatility IBM N5000 series Unified Storage System • Outstanding price-performance value • Excellent performance for Unified Storage • Environments requiring both NAS & SAN • Superior application availability • Unsurpassed versatility • “High-end performance at mid-range price”

  24. Capabilities N5000 series Key Features of the N5000 series • Scales up to 504 drives & 504TB capacity • Storage tiers with FC and SATA drives • High-bandwidth I/O design • Integrated remote management • N5300 and N5600 • Unified storage providing connectivity for multi-protocol host environments

  25. N5000 series offers tremendous versatility Environments • Data centers in small, medium, and large enterprises • Technology development facilities Applications • E-mail & other Business Applications • Databases • Home directories • Engineering design & simulation • Animation rendering Versatility: Applications & Environments

  26. N5200 N5300 N5500 N5600 Max Disk Drives 168 336 336 504 Max Storage Capacity 84TB 336TB 168TB 252TB Architecture 32-bit 64-bit 32-bit 64-bit Processors 2 x Single-core 4 x Single-core 4 x Single-core 4 x Dual-core Memory 4GB 8GB 8GB 16GB Expansion Slots 6 x PCI-X 6 x PCIe 6 x PCI-X 6 x PCIe N5000 Platform Comparison Max Fibre Channel Ports 32 32 32 32 Max Ethernet Ports 24 32 24 32 Data ONTAP 7 Ver 7.2+ Ver Ver 7.2+ Ver Notes: (1) All specifications are for active-active, dual-controller configurations; (2) max ports combines integrated ports with I/O cards;

  27. N7600 & N7800 Hardware Specific Overview

  28. The N7000 series … Scales to Massive Capacity Consolidates Efficiently Ensures Availability Supports Robust SAN N7900 Introducing the 2nd Generation N7000 series N7700

  29. 2nd Generation N7000 series Overview Modular system with integrated I/O • 16 x FC and 12 x GbE onboard* • Occupies 12 rack units* Superior scalability • 1176TB storage • 1176 FC or SATA spindles • Up to 48 Fibre Channel ports** • Up to 52 Gigabit Ethernet ports** Built-in enterprise-class manageability • Enhanced capabilities through RLM * Enterprise active-active configuration. ** Includes onboard and PCI-E card ports, active-active configuration.

  30. The New N7000 series Delivers Massive Scalability * Data ONTAP 7.2.4 required to reach capacity points on N7600 and N7800.

  31. Similarities Between Systems

  32. The major differences between the N3000, N5000 and N7000 models • Performance • More memory, Higher processor speeds & processors • Scalability • Disk capacity & adapter/HBA quantities • Price • Software is not based on TB’s but based on actual models number Differentiating between N Series Systems

  33. Similarities Between Systems Operating Systems & Redundancy Features

  34. Operating System highly optimized and finely tuned for a single purpose – Serving Storage • Multi-protocol system designed to provide the maximum in investment protection and risk reduction • Usability aids and appliance like features could possible be an IT manager’s dream • Easy to install & quick deployment accelerates time to market • Reduced cost, advanced protection without performance compromises → business continuance • Allows consolidation of storage and servers providing maximum ROI and reduced TCO • Helps improve end-user productivity through increased file sharing solutions • Designed to greatly improved asset utilization with dynamic thin provision • Quick & easy data recovery with proven foundation using technologies. Data ONTAP™ Features and Benefits

  35. Windows user views files over Common Internet File System (CIFS) Multiprotocol: Native Mode access to common files:Windows, Unix and Linux Unix user views files overNetwork FileSystem(NFS)

  36. Traditional Approach Single-Copy Data sharing Windows Data UNIX Data Windows Data UNIX Data 20 TeraBytes 20 TeraBytes Same data with 50% Shared Total Storage = 40 Terabytes Total Storage = 30 Terabytes Multi-protocol: Capacity-savings example • Designed to reduce costs by de-duplicating storage and simplifying system administration • Designed to increase productivity by sharing a single file seamlessly and securely • Designed to eliminates data migration costs by permitting today’s iSCSI LUN to be tomorrow’s FCP LUN • Eases deployment of multiprotocol applications, e.g., Dassault Systemès CATIA

  37. Similarities Between Systems RAID-DP

  38. Bits per RAID Group 1.0E+16 1.0E+15 Danger Zone 1.0E+14 1.0E+13 1.0E+12 1.0E+11 1.0E+10 1.0E+09 36GB 73GB 147GB 250GB 300GB • Industry-wide trend • As disk drive sizes get larger, the bit error rates increase (per drive) • Non-correctable error rate is uncomfortably close to bits read during reconstruction Assumes 8-drive (7+1) RAID group The error rate” challenge all RAID vendors face:the “non-correctable • Typical error rates • 1% - FC • FC: 1 bit in 1.0E+15 bits • 10% - ATA • ATA: 1 bit in 1.0E+14 bits Error Rates

  39. Designed especially for SATA drive technology Designed to survive any 2-disk-failure scenario Breakthrough innovation:USENIX Best Paper in 2004 Compared to single-parity RAID, RAID-DP has: Better protection (>4,000 MTTDL) High performance Same capacity overhead (typically 1 parity per 6 data drives Designed to outperform other double-parity” offerings Routinely on during benchmarks Combined with SyncMirror (RAID1), the N series products are designed to survive failure of any five disks in one disk protection group P Single-parity RAIDProtects against any single disk failure RAID-DP Protects against any two-disk failure P DP Patented Double Parity RAID: RAID-DP™

  40. Industry Statistics: Drive Replacements& Media Errors Increase with Drive Capacities 20% 17.9% Protected withRAID-DP ATA ATA 15% 10% 5% 5% 3% 2.6% ATA 1.7% .2% FC ATA .0000000001% FC FC 0% Industry Leading RAID-DP (i.e. RAID 6) Up to 5% Up to 2.6% Up to 17.9% Less than 1 in a billion *Typical Disk Drive Replacement Rate (per year) *Disk Drive Spec Media/Bit Error Likelihood (full capacity transfer 300GB FC / 320GB SATA) *Media/bit Error Likelihood – Single Parity (during reconstruction of an 8-drive RAID 4/5 set) *Media/Bit Error + 2nd Failure Likelihood – Double Parity (during reconstruction of a 16-drive RAID-DP set) “… Error Rate per Bits Read” *Source: IBM / Seagate / Maxtor / Hitachi & Network Appliance

  41. Similarities Between Systems Software Elements

  42. Features: • Included with base system • Optional feature • * not available with gateways 43 Advanced Software Features Data ONTAP iSCSI iSCSI Host Attach Kit for AIX, Windows & Linux FTP Snapshot SnapMover SyncMirror FilerView FlexVol FlexShare SecureAdmin AutoSupport Disk Sanitization RAID-DP* RAID-4* • CIFS Protocol • NFS Protocol • HTTP Protocol • FCP Protocol • Cluster Failover • FlexClone • MultiStore • SnapMirror • SnapRestore • SnapVault • Open Systems SnapVault • SnapLock Enterprise • LockVault Enterprise • SnapLock Compliance* • LockVault Compliance* • SnapDrive for Windows, Unix & Linux • NearStore feature • MetroCluster* • Single Mailbox Recovery • SnapManager for SQL • SnapManager for Exchange • SnapManager for Oracle • SnapManager for SAP • SnapManager for SharePoint • SnapValidator • Operations Manager Core • Operations Manager SRM • FCP Host Utility for UNIX, Win & Linux • Protection Manager • Advanced Single Instance Storage • Virtual File Manager N series Software Options

  43. Advanced Features Provide Total TCO Protection • System tools, Usability Aids, Provisioning • FilerView – overall system monitoring and management • SnapManager – Exchange & SQL environments • SnapDrive – usability for block I/O environments • FlexClone – database cloning • FlexVol – Thin Provisioning • MultiStore – Partitioning • A-SIS – block level deduplication • Network Access Protocols • CIFS – Windows client & server attached to storage via IP network utilizing file system protocols • NFS – UNIX/Linux client & server attached to storage via IP network utilizing file system protocols • iSCSI – Windows/UNIX/Linux server attached to storage via IP network utilizing block I/O protocols • FCP – Windows/UNIX/Linux server attached to storage via fiber channel network utilizing block protocols • Data protection & Business Continuity • On board copy services via Snapshot & SnapRestore – virtual file & volume copy • Outboard copy services via SnapVault, SnapMirror, SyncMirror • Double parity RAID provides enhanced data protection for SATA drives • Cluster Failover – between redundant nodes • SnapLock & LockVault– non-erasable non-rewritable data protection • Solutions • E-mail archive • Microsoft Exchange, SQL & Oracle consolidations • Storage consolidation • Server consolidation • Catia migrations • Unified storage • Corporate Compliancy • Information Lifecycle Management • Infrastructure Simplification

  44. Multi-protocol, Heterogeneous Environment iSCSI FCP CIFS NFS N series Unified Storage Solutions; Seamlessly manage your data from cradle to grave DataMigration Primary Storage RegulatoryCompliance D/R Target ReferenceInformation Advanced Backup and Recovery

  45. N series Gateways

  46. SAN NAS Enterprise Departmental Enterprise Departmental iSCSI CorporateLAN IBM N series Gateway Host Side FCP Protocols DedicatedEthernet Target Side Target Side Target Side FCP Protocols NAS(File) N series Gateway Topology Options Host Side SAN(Block) . Target Side Simultaneous support for all four network attachment options from a single hardware platform!

  47. FC FC Servers Servers _______________Clients & Servers____________________ Unix Windows Linux IP N series Gateway Model Storage Controller Equal FC Differences between Appliance & Gateway Models Other vendor storage subsystems N series Appliance

  48. N series Gateways:Aggregates heterogeneous SAN storage for file or block access with the compelling data management capabilities of Data ONTAP® and robust software suite N7800Gateway N7600Gateway N5600Gateway N5500Gateway N5300Gateway N5200Gateway Unified Storage for SAN SolutionsLine Up for N series Gateways Tiered Heterogeneous Storage

  49. N7700 Gateway N7900 Gateway New! New! N5600 Gateway N5300 Gateway N5200 Gateway 840TB 1,176TB 504TB 336TB 84TB Tiered Heterogeneous Storage Transform Legacy Storage N series unifies SAN and NAS as well as virtualizes SAN storage from multiple vendors into a single pool for file or block access to provide the benefits of Data ONTAP and the N series manageability software family. New N series Gateway Overview Direct replacements for N7600 and N7900

  50. Tiered Heterogeneous Storage Clients & Servers NFS CIFS FCP iSCSI N series Gateways • Unified, simplified management of heterogeneous arrays • File and/or block access • Aggregation of unused capacity • Increased performance via virtual LUNs • Advanced data management of Data ONTAP RG1 RG2 RG3 N series Gateways Aggregates N series Gateway’s Unified Storage Architecture Enhance SAN Capabilities and Enables IP users Access to SAN Resources Multi-Vendor SAN Storage