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DS4000 Information Management Solutions. LSI Logic Engenio Storage Group. Challenge Volume of data. In a typical Fortune 500 corporation …. Storage-related expenditures * , as a % of IT budgets, are also growing rapidly. Disk storage is growing rapidly. Server-based disk storage.

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lsi logic engenio storage group

DS4000 Information Management Solutions

LSI Logic Engenio Storage Group

challenge volume of data
ChallengeVolume of data

In a typical Fortune 500 corporation …

Storage-related expenditures*, as a % of IT budgets, are also growing rapidly

Disk storage is growing rapidly

Server-based disk storage

Storage-related expenditures

250

25

200

20

150

15

Terabytes ('000)

Percentage (%)

100

10

50

5

0

0

1996

2002

2007

1996

2002

2007

Source: International Technology Group

* Hardware, software, storage networking, personnel, backup operations, recovery and security

challenge variety of information
ChallengeVariety of information

60% + of CEOs: Need to do a better job capturing and understanding information rapidly in order to make business decisions

Only 1/3 of CFOs believe that the information is easy to use, tailored, cost effective or integrated

Customers

85% of information is unstructured

30-50% of design time is copy management

Employees

Transactions

Partners

Products

Orgs

Financials

30% of people’s time: searching for relevant information

42% of transactions are still paper-based

Web

content

E-mails

Databases

Media

Reports

Documents

79% of companies: have 2 + repositories… 25%: have 15 +

40% of IT budgets may be spent on integration

The average billion dollar company: 48 disparate financial systems 2.7 ERP systems

Sources: IBM & Industry Studies, Customer Interviews

slide4

Information on demand - Getting the right information to the right people or processes at the right time to act on emerging opportunities and competitive threats. Creating business value and reducing risk by integrating, analyzing and optimizing all types and sources of information throughout its life cycle.

slide5

Business Driven Development

Processes

IT Service Management

Applications

Accelerators

Services

Assets & Systems

Information On DemandAs we focus on helping you evolve toward information on demand, a good place to start is with the foundation: Information Assets and Systems

information assets systems the foundation for information on demand

Business Driven Development

Processes

IT Service Management

Applications

Information Assets & Systems

Infrastructure Management

Retention & Lifecycle Management

Business Continuity

Accelerators

Resource Virtualization

Services

Systems

Storage Servers Networking

Assets & Systems

Information Assets & SystemsThe Foundation for Information On Demand
  • Based on System imperatives
    • Collaborative innovation
    • Openness
    • Virtualization
  • Delivering technology innovation that matters
    • Optimized resource utilization
    • Improved availability
    • Enhanced personnel productivity
1 pain point growing storage capacity demand
#1 Pain Point: Growing storage capacity demand

Source: Gartner’s DataQuest Telebriefing: Assembling the SMB Storage Puzzle, October 2006

storage issues faced by customers
Storage Issues faced by customers
  • May have limited storage networking experience
    • Small & Medium Business
    • Distributed Large Enterprise
  • Increased performance and capacity requirements driven by new and existing applications
    • Richer email, file & print, back-up, etc.
    • Video surveillance
    • Digital imaging and media
  • Changing business environment
    • Data protection requirements
    • Backup & Archival
  • Constrained IT infrastructure budgets
ds4000 fully featured series of solutions designed to address a wide range of storage needs
DS4000 Fully-featured series of solutions designed to address a wide range of storage needs
    • From entry-level to enterprise
    • From performance-oriented to capacity-oriented applications
    • From direct-attach to SAN-attach
  • True series of solutions
    • Common management interface and functionality

across all products and platforms

    • Upgradeability (DACstore)
    • Common components
ds3000 and ds4000 series

DS3400

DS3000 and DS4000 Series

This table represents general positioning and not technical capabilities

DS4800

DS4700

Increasing performance and functionality

DS4200

NEW!

DS3200

key value propositions
Key Value Propositions
  • DS4000
    • Industry-leading performance
    • Unparalleled online administration
    • Unmatched configuration flexibility / adaptability
    • Cost-effective tiered storage (FC and SATA)
  • DS3000
    • New functionality, higher availability and shared storage for SMB, distributed LE
    • Easy-to-use installation and administration
    • Affordable entry point with pay-as-you-grow scalability
    • Entry-point for 2-node clusters
product positioning
Product Positioning
  • DS4000
    • Fully-featured midrange storage designed for wide-ranging open systems environments
      • Compute-intensive applications, consolidation, tiered storage
    • Fully-featured management software
    • 4 Gbps FC connectivity with support up to 224 FC/SATA drives
  • DS3000
    • Affordable entry-level storage designed for SMB / departments of LE customers seeking cost-effective, reliable storage
    • Intuitive, task-oriented management software, can be launched by DS4000 Storage Manager
    • 4 Gbps FC and 3 Gbps SAS connectivity with support up to 48 SAS drives
application access patterns

Option for SATA drives

MB/s

Application Access Patterns

Best served by SAS or FC drives

performance positioning
Performance Positioning
  • Understand the requirements
    • Looking for highest performance = DS4000 series
    • Looking for good performance to value = DS3000 series
    • Is the application best served by FC and SAS, or is SATA HDD ok?
  • Highest performance of the DS4000 series delivered by DS4800 (FC)
    • IOPS and MB/s (throughput)
  • Highest performance of the DS3000 series delivered by DS3400 (FC)
    • IOPS and MB/s (throughput)
  • Additional factors to consider:
    • Consolidation, replication, workload, future headroom
performance positioning for ds3000 ds4000 series
Performance Positioning for DS3000/DS4000 Series

Performance value is price / performance.

slide17
Simplification of the underlying IT infrastructure and its management are required to support the changes in the business and lower cost and complexity

With information on demand, businesses can respond with flexibility and speed to any customer requirement, market opportunity, or external threat

Getting there involves:

1.

2.

Assuring business continuity, security and data durability

3.

Efficiently managing information over its lifecycle

infrastructure simplification
Infrastructure Simplification

Protecting critical business assets, managing risk and aligning recovery costs based on business risk and information value

  • Business Drivers
    • Expense containment
    • Business growth
    • Reduce operational risk
  • Key technology enablers
    • Consolidation (Scale up and Scale out technology)
    • Virtualization
    • Automated management
  • Benefits
    • Minimize / Eliminate Business Interruptions
      • Revenue Protection
    • Resume Business Operations quickly after a significant Interruption - outage
    • Meet company’s IT, Operational and Regulatory requirements
ds4000 storage manager powerful functionality built in at no cost
DS4000 Storage Manager Powerful functionality built in at NO COST
  • Lower storage management costs
    • Centralized administration of all FC and SATA systems
    • Common interface across all products / platforms
    • Robust functionality with intuitive GUI and configuration wizards
    • Fully-integrated premium features
  • Effective use of raw capacity
    • Configuration flexibility creates superior storage utilization
    • Multiple replication services provides options
    • Tune any attribute to meet any server / application need
    • Incremental capacity / performance scaling
  • Investment protection
    • DACstore enables “data intact” upgrades and reconfigurations
    • Common components lowers training / support costs
ds4000 anytime administration anytime data
DS4000 Anytime Administration – Anytime Data

The dynamic features of the DS4000 allow customers to change their environment without disrupting their users and business operations

  • EXP HotAdd Technology
    • Online capacity expansion, configuration and logical drives access
  • Dynamic Capacity Expansion (DCE)
    • Add drives to existing array
  • Dynamic Volume Expansion (DVE)
    • Add available capacity to existing logicaldrives
    • Supported on Windows 2003/2000/NT,NetWare, Linux, AIX, and all FlashCopyrepository logical drives
  • Dynamic RAID Level Migration (DRM)
    • Change the RAID configuration of an array
  • Dynamic Segment Size Migration (DSS)
    • Change the data stripe size
  • Non-disruptive controller firmware upgrades
    • Upgrade while system is running
tpc for lower management cost and higher flexibility
TPC for lower management cost and higher flexibility

Manages the Storage Infrastructure- End to End Topology View

  • Database and File Systems- Fabric Management
  • Disk Provisioning
  • Performance Management

IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center (TPC) Standard Edition

Data

Fabric

Disk

  • Management via SMI-S API
  • Launch DS Storage Manager for device administration

DS Storage

Manager

SAN

DS4000 Family

Storage Administration

And Configuration

DS4000 Family

DS8000,DS6000, SVC, 3rd party

IBM TPC and DS4000 Storage Manager provide comprehensive storage infrastructure management to lower management costs

reducing complexity
Reducing Complexity

Requires Breakthrough Technologies

Windows Servers

Windows Server

Virtual Servers, Storage, Networks

Networking

Unix Servers

Networking

Unix Server

Virtualization

Management Servers

Storage

Servers

Storage

Networking

Linux Server

Linux Servers

Logical

Simplification

Physical

Consolidation

Complex

  • Islands of computing and data
  • Disparate management tools
  • Manual Provisioning
  • Fewer devices and licenses
  • Disparate management tools
  • Labor intense provisioning
  • Pools of resources
  • Multiple OS’s per server
  • Rapid Provisioning
  • Automated management
slide23

Physical consolidation - DS4000 in SAN

Data

Protection

Entry iSCSI Servers

Midrange Servers

Enterprise Servers

Storage

Consolidation

W2K, LINUX

UNIX , iSeries, W2K

zOS®, UNIX, W2K

SAN

SAN

SAN

IGS and Business Partner SAN Service

SAN integration and customization

IBM TotalStorage Open Software Family

Storage Automaton and Virtualization

Enterprise

Tape System

DS4000

LTO

DS6000

DS8000

Data

Sharing

Disaster

Tolerance

Integrated, IBM end-to-end supported, server, storage, SAN Switch, Software solutions customizable with IBM services

logical simplification ds4000 with the san volume controller

SAN Volume Controller

SAN Volume Controller

Logical Simplification DS4000 with the SAN Volume Controller
  • Freedom of disk choice - a unified pool of storage
    • supports disk systems from IBM, HPQ, EMC, HDS
  • Simple, non-disruptive storage growth preventing application downtime for storage changes / migration
  • Lower management costs using single, comprehensive management from a central point - cross vendors
  • Lower software costs with unified disaster protection and replication functions

LUN 1

LUN 1

LUN 2

LUN 3

LUN 2

LUN 3

LUN 2

LUN 3

LUN 2

LUN 3

LUN 1

LUN 1

Competitor

controller

DS4000

DS4000

Competitor

controller

SAN Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy (PPRC) “outside the box”

SAN FlashCopy “outside the box”

slide25

A network of healthcare providers make it easier and faster for doctors to retrieve patient records when they consolidate storage using DS4000 and the IBM SAN Volume Controller.

Business Need:

  • Retrieving patient records was difficult and time-consuming
  • Radiology records were scattered throughout many clinics
  • When doctors requested records they were often “checked out” or missing

The Solution:

  • Consolidated data from nine clinics onto a DS4500 via central storage network (SAN)
  • DS4100 used as the central SAN repository for data replication from the DS4500
  • Tivoli Storage Manager backs-up patient data to IBM Ultrium Tape Library
  • SAN Volume Controller manages it all !

Results:

  • Reduced time to locate patient records improving patient responsiveness
  • Significantly reduced the amount of disk storage required to store patient data records
  • Reduced costs

Customer Success Story !

business continuity
Business Continuity

Maintaining access to data at all times, protecting critical business assets, and aligning recovery costs based on business risk and information value

  • Business Drivers
    • Business risk reduction
    • Operational continuity
    • Asset protection
  • Key technology enablers
    • Resilient infrastructure
    • Point in time copy, Metro/Global Mirroring
    • Centralized, efficient management
    • Platform and application specific automation
  • Benefits
    • Continuous application processing
    • Protection of critical business data
    • Reduced cost due to downtime
a business continuity example 4gbit fc boosts lan and server free data backup
A business continuity example - 4Gbit FC boosts LAN- and Server-free data backup
  • Use TSM LAN free backup functionality to free up LAN and application server resources from data protection tasks
  • Simplifies data protection  better data protection at lower costs
    • Central backup for all data located on the SAN
    • Automation of backup
  • DS4000 improves backup/restore time  improved application availability
    • DS4000 4Gbit pipes allow for more data transferred
    • FlashCopy allows for online backup of application

TSM backup

server

SAN

TSM LAN and server free backup

IBM 3582 ATL

LTO 3 drives

IBM DS4000

a business continuity example using metro mirror with end to end 4gb fibre
A business continuity example - Using Metro Mirror with end-to-end 4Gb Fibre
  • Maintain and protect your current copy of primary data at remote site via Metro Mirror (with no data loss) – synchronous replication
    • Maximum distance 50 km (with router)
    • Application and server transparent
  • DS4000 and 4 Gb SAN switch allows end-to-end 4Gbit remote mirroring solution
    • Significantly improve the time required to establish the mirror & improvement on response time
    • Allows for lower number of links which reduces over all cost

IBM DS4000 primary site

SAN

4GBit

4GBit

SAN switch

4GBit

SAN switch

a business continuity example using global mirror for long distance support
A business continuity example - Using Global Mirror for long distance support
  • Need for distances beyond 10 km – up to 5000 km
    • Second data center is located further out
    • Need to store critical data in a different geography
  • DS4000 Global Mirror allows to copy data asynchronously over IP based connections
    • Consistency groups guarantee data integrity of databases and prevent out-of-order updates
    • Delta re-synchronization allows for fast recovery from broken communication link

IP IntraNet

IP WAN

ATM

Server

IP Router

Server

Multi protocol

Router

IP Router

Multi protocol

Router

SAN

IBM SAN switch

IBM SAN switch

SAN

IBM DS4000

Up to 5000 km

IBM DS4000

slide30

A business continuity example - Server automation using Continuous Availability for Windows

  • Solution for MicroSoft Clusters in metropolitan distances (Microsoft certified)
  • Allows uninterrupted customer service and reduced risk of downtime for critical Windows applications in a clustered environment
  • Complete D/R Solution – includes automated failover of Server, Storage and network components
  • Integrates 2-node cluster server (MSCS) with automatic failover to surviving node – no manual intervention required

Multiple heartbeats

Metro-Mirror

Geographically Dispersed Sites

slide31

A community based banking company ensures Business Continuity fulfills its service level agreements and reduces potential for revenue loss.

Business Need:

  • Business growth in insurance, investment banking, and payroll services meant increasing amounts of data
  • Existing infrastructure lacked necessary availability, exposing the bank to outages
  • Inability to scale capacity reduced ability to protect increasing amounts of data
  • Missing service level agreements with customers

The Solution:

  • DS4300 Turbo and SAN switches deployed to back-up payroll services data
  • DS4000 Enhanced Remote Mirroring to replicate production data

Results:

  • Reliable disaster-recovery environment that will allow the bank to continue operations in event of a disaster
  • Meeting service level agreements due to improved scalability, capacity and performance
  • Reduced potential for revenue loss from system outages

Customer Success Story !

information lifecycle management ilm
Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)

Managing business data through its lifecycle from conception until disposal, in a manner that optimizes storage and access at the lowest cost

  • Business Drivers
    • Information growth
    • Information has become mission critical
    • Compliance
    • Business risk
  • Key technology enablers
    • Policy-based archive management
    • Records retention and disposition
    • Automated storage management
    • Non-erasable, non-rewriteable storage
    • Tiered storage
    • Nearline storage
  • Benefits
    • Enable policy automation
    • Storage resource optimization
    • Help meet the challenges of compliance
    • Risk management
ilm is key to information on demand strategy
ILM Is Key to Information On Demand strategy

Many businesses are now focused on defining an Information On Demand strategy based in part on the information lifecycle

ILM: The process of managing business data throughout its lifecycle from conception until disposal in a manner that optimizes storage and access at the lowest cost

information lifecycle management ds4000 integrated part of storage hierarchy

Storage Pool

Storage Pool

Storage Pool

Tivoli Storage Manager

Information Lifecycle Management – DS4000 Integrated Part of Storage Hierarchy

SAN

SAN Volume Controller

Tape

Library

DR550

DS4000 Fibre Channel

DS4000

w/SATA

DS8000 / DS6000

ds4000 tiered storage optimizes cost performance points for two user communities

Production Server

Analysis Server

VolumeCopy

DS4000 Tiered Storage Optimizes Cost/Performance Points for Two User Communities
  • Production Servers have data that is frequently updated
    • Fibre Channel drives should be used for performance and reliability under heavy usage: EXP810 drawers
  • Analysis Servers (Business Intelligence, Data Mining, DSS, development, testing, archival) have data that is written on a set cycle (e.g., each evening)
    • SATA drives can be used for high capacity and low price points: EXP100 drawers
  • Complete (byte-by-byte) replication of one logical drive (source) to another (target) within a storage system
    • Using VolumeCopy (or perhaps FlashCopy)

FC DS4000 SATA

slide37

Public healthcare academic teaching institution complies with federal HIPAA regulations and reduces the cost of managing its storage environment when it implements a four-tier storage environment.

Business Need:

  • Disparate environment of direct-attach storage made it impossible to comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Needed ability to respond more rapidly to dynamically changing IT environment
  • Support increasing amounts of data from new medical imaging applications
  • Reduce storage administration cost

The Solution:

  • TotalStorage Productivity Center to identify proper data for different storage tiers
  • SAN Volume Controller to provide singular view of all storage systems
  • Four Tiers of storage: DS6800 enterprise reliabilityESS for availability and performanceDS4300 Fibre Channel for less frequently accessed patient dataDS4100 SATA for backup data

Results:

  • Compliance with HIPPA guidelines
  • Virtualized management from a single console simplifies administration
  • Reduced storage operation and maintenance costs

Customer Success Story !

system storage tm solution areas segments
System StorageTM Solution Areas & Segments

INFRASTRUCTURE SIMPLIFICATION

Consolidation

Virtualization

Automation

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Continuous Availability

Rapid Data Recovery

Backup/Restore

INFORMATION LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT

E-Mail Archive

Application Archive

Regulatory Compliance

Tiered Storage Management Content Management

ds4000 providing information on demand
DS4000 – Providing Information On Demand
  • First in Industry with 4Gbit Fibre
  • Same GUI Interface across all models to simplify consolidation
  • Low cost product designed to support open server environments
  • Industry leading advanced functions supporting resiliency, continuous operations, data availability, and recoverability
  • Out-of-the-box integration with application data protection allow fast deployment and secure operation for mission critical application and data
  • Availability, Performance, and Capacity needed to support mission critical, on demand workloads
  • Cost effective solution for mission critical and reference data applications