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Cutting-Edge Server Room Technology: What's New and Cool. Dan Vargas, CDW, Lead Solution Architect Triple CCIE #11317 (R/S, Sec, Voice) Elizabeth McKoin , Cisco Nexus Sr. Product Marketing Manager . Agenda . Data Center Application Trends The Evolution to Dynamic Fabric Automation

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    1. Cutting-Edge Server Room Technology: What's New and Cool Dan Vargas, CDW, Lead Solution Architect Triple CCIE #11317 (R/S, Sec, Voice) Elizabeth McKoin, Cisco Nexus Sr. Product Marketing Manager

    2. Agenda • Data Center Application Trends • The Evolution to Dynamic Fabric Automation • San Connectivity • Building Blocks for Extensible DC Fabrics • Data Centers Resiliency • Virtualized Access Layer • Computing Fabric • Software Defined Networking

    3. Application Trends Driving Infrastructure Requirements

    4. Data Center TrendsNew wave of applications • Cloud • Elastic resource allocation • Self service consumption • XaaS • Big Data • Increased east-west traffic • Application driven networking • Mobility • Increased number of smart mobile endpoints • Any content anywhere • Social Media • Application and Storage scale & performance Programmability Scale Agility Manageability • Programmable infrastructure • Open API • Service orchestration • Massive scale (compute, tenants, services) • Scalable architecture • Workload placement and migration • Physical & virtual integration • Simplified Management • Policy-based Provisioning

    5. Key Data Center Requirements 2012 IDC Digital Universe Study By 2020, Key Requirements Application Consistency Simplified Management & Orchestration Physical-Virtual Integration Scale Server workloads to go to 70% Virtual & will coexist with Physical Theamount of information managed by enterprise datacenters will grow by 14 times.

    6. Solving Today’s Challenges ````````` SIMPLIFY ` An Evolutionary Approach Required To… Operational Complexity Manual Processes Today’s Challenges Have Led To… OPTIMIZE Disjointed Provisioning Deficient SW Overlay Architecture Rigidity AUTOMATE Disruptive Growth Static Resource Allocation Infrastructure Inefficiency

    7. One Approach with Big Data • Architecture: Modular Architecture common across different domains • Management: Simplified and centralized management across domains • Performance: Industry-leading performance and scalability with UCS rack mount servers and 10G flexible networking • Time to Value: Rapid, consistentdeployment with reduced risk • Support: Enterprise-class service and support Consumption Options Big data bundles Joint “NOSH” solution with NetApp Exclusive with Oracle NoSQL RA/papers with key partners

    8. The Evolution to Dynamic Fabric Automation

    9. Application Requirements Driving Fabric Scale Percentage of Installed x86Workloads Running in a VM • Data deluge brought on by new paradigms, VDI, Video, Cloud, Hadoop, etc. • LAN/SAN Converged Networking • Changing traffic patterns in data center • Increasing server virtualization, more VMs per server • Accelerating adoption of 10G at access layer • Investment protection for the next 10 years 77% Scale and Consolidation 72% 65% 58% 49% “With Romley-based servers…switching connectivity will have to be upgraded to 10GbE...expect the Ethernet switch market to see a significant boost, doubling its (year-over-year) growth rates in 2013/14.” Oppenheimer and Co. 38% 27% 18% “Also expects…adoption and growth of 40G/100G to serve as aggregation ports for 10G and inter-switch links between data centers and cloud providers Dell’Oro 2011 2008 2009 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010

    10. Virtualization and Storage Needs Driving Bandwidth10GE, 40GE and 100GE Connectivity Virtual Workloads Unified Fabric 10G, 40G, 100G Fabric FC, FCOE NAS 10G, 40G Server I/O driving bandwidth scales in network core and Internet Application profile expanding to multimedia, video, “big data” More apps on more virtual machines means more I/O

    11. Optimize Application Consistency with a Fabric-based Approach Fabric-Based Architecture APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP Fabric Application Performance Application Performance Specialized Infrastructure Integrated Intelligent Infrastructure APP APP APP APP Operational Flexibility, Scalability MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE Commodity Server, Network and Security Legacy Architectures Appliance Architectures Virtual Overlay Architecture

    12. #1 – Optimize Fabric MAN/WAN ANY NETWORK ANYWHERE VM/PM Mobility NW Extensibility EXTENSIBLERESILIENCY Enhanced Forwarding Smaller failure domains Distributed Control Plane Integrated Virtual & Physical Multi-tenant SCALE Greater than 10K Tenants/Networks Seamless Mobility Simplified Networking with Flexibility and Efficiency at Scale

    13. #2 – Simplify Fabric Management MAN REST API’s AUTOMATED NETWORK PROVISIONING Services Controller Data Center Network Management COMMON POINT OF FABRIC ACCESS HOST, NETWORK & TENANT Visibility Simplified Management for Ease of Operations

    14. #3 – Automate Provisioning MAN/WAN Server Admin Network Admin Subnet QoS Security Policy-based routing Instances of Network Policies are automatically created in DCNM when a Server Admin provisions VM’s/PMs Network Admin defines Network Profile Template for VMs/PMs in projects When a VM/PM pertaining to a project is detected, Network Policy is applied to the leaf When VM moves, the Network Policy is applied automatically to the leaf 1 2 3 4

    15. SAN Connectivity

    16. Key Requirements Shaping Storage Networks VIRTUALIZATION/CLOUD MASSIVE DATA GROWTH SOLID-STATE DRIVE MEGA DATA CENTERS 10X 4X 25% 14X Growth in Physical and Virtual Servers by 2020* Growth in Information Created by 2020* Growth in Solid-State Disks (SSD) by 2015** Growth in the Largest Data Centers by 2016*** High Bandwidth Zero Downtime Multi-Protocol Storage Connectivity, Ease of Management, Fast Disaster Recovery, Low Latency *: IDC: “The digital universe in 2020: Big Data, Bigger Digital Shadows, and Biggest Growth in the Far East”, Dec. 2012 **: Gartner: “Marketing Essentials: Three Growth Opportunities in Storage Up to 2015”, Aug. 2012 ***: Gartner: “High-Tech Tuesday Webinar: The Shifting Face of the Data Center”, Feb. 2013

    17. Unified Fabric SolutionMultiprotocol Support The Benefits of End-to-End Convergence Unified Ports allowing FC,.FCoE and 10/40G Connectivity Multliprotocol Storage Enhancements FC FC FCoE FC FCoE FCoE FCoE StorageTargets FCoE FCoE Physical and Virtual Hosts FCoE Collapsed Director Class FCoE Solutions Low Latency Flexible Connectivity FCoE Single pane of glass visibility across LAN and SAN FLEXIBILITY andINVESTMENT PROTECTION

    18. Building Blocks for Extensible DC Fabrics

    19. Data Center Solutions Feature Rich and Scalable Innovative 10/40/100G Modularity CommonEnd to End OS Direct ClassFabric Architecture From the Ground up Custom Silicon Single Feature Rich Common OS

    20. Scaling Next Gen Fabrics Highest Density, Feature Rich I/O Modules Purpose Build DC Core and Aggregation Platforms SCALE 83 Tbpsswitching 384 40G and 192 100G High Density 40G and 100G Modules SIMPLICITY Consolidation of Advanced functions like OTV, MPLS, LISP, DFA, VxLAN Streamlined Operations Front-to-Back Airflow EFFICIENCY 60%LESS power consumption 95% Reduction power consumption per Gigabit of Bandwidth

    21. Network Analysis Module: Consistent Visibility Across Virtual, Physical and Cloud PerformanceAnalytics NetworkIntelligence ApplicationVisibility Web Applications, Voice, Video OTV, Fabric Path, Trustsec, VXLAN Layer 2-7 Deep Packet Inspection IntegratedSERVICES VIRTUALSERVICE NODE Physical Services Virtual Services Deployment Flexibility with Functional Consistency

    22. Scale the Fabric to Address Increasing VM DensityPair 10GbE Server Access with 40GbE Aggregation High performance Fabric scale connectivity 40 GbEExpansion Module Flexibility 10 GbEFabric Extender FEX Dell/Fujitsu/HP Next Gen Compute Next Gen Compute Storage One-Hop Storage Access Seamless VM Networking with Adapter FEX and VM-FEX Blade and Rack Server Consistency: B22 HP, Dell, Fujitsu Flexible Options With Consistent Features

    23. Highest 10GbE/40GbE Density for Cloud-Scale Fabrics POWERED BY CUSTOMSILICON 1,536 GbE/10GbE ports via FEX 384 X 10GbE ports line rate L2/L3 96 X 40GbE ports line rate L2/L3 1 μs latency port-to-port 48x40GbE Ports w/ 4 Expansion Modules 48x10GbE + 4x 40GE Ports Support 75,000 Virtual Machines on a Single Switch

    24. Data Center Resiliency

    25. OTV OverLay Transport Virtualization (OTV)Extend VLANs Across Data Centers IP/MPLS (Internet/Private) DC 1 VLAN1 DC 2 VLAN1 DC 3 VLAN1 Extend VLANs Across Data Centers • Features • Ethernet LAN Extension over any network • Multidata center scalability • Seamless overlay—no network re-design • Benefits • Many physical sites—one logical data center • Seamless workload mobility between data centers • Leverage and optimize compute resources across data centers for any workload • Enables disaster avoidance and simplifies recovery

    26. Location ID/Separation Protocol(LISP) Global IP Address Portability Internet/Private User LISP Route Server x.x.x.x y.y.y.y z.z.z.z DC 1 VLAN1 DC 2 VLAN2 DC 3 VLAN3 • Features • IP address portability across subnets • Auto detection and re-route of traffic/session • Highly scalable technology • Benefits • Seamless workload mobility between data centers and cloud • Direct Path (no triangulation), connections maintained during move • No routing re-convergence, no DNS updates required • Transparent to the hosts and users

    27. Virtualized Access Layer

    28. Virtual Networking and Cloud Network Services Ecosystem Services V Cloud Router • WAN L3 gateway • Routing and VPN • Load Balancing Services • Imperva Web App. Firewall • Edge firewall, VPN • Protocol Inspection • WAN optimization • Application traffic • VM-level controls • Zone-based FW • Extends security and management policies into public cloud VPath VXLAN Nexus 1000V Multi-Hypervisor (VMware, Microsoft*, RedHat*, Citrix*) vWAN Acceleration vTenant Zoning InterCloud vFirewall Service Any Hypervisor, Any Service, Any Cloud

    29. Granular Visibility and Secure Separation/MultitenancyVirtual Services Tenant B Securing Tenant Edge of Multitenant Cloud Data Center Analyze Business Critical Applications vCenter Cisco® Virtual Network Management Center (VNMC) Tenant B Tenant A VDC VDC vAPP Apply Hypervisor-basedVirtual Network Services VSG VSG VSG VSG vAPP Hypervisor Web Server App Server Database Server Cisco ASA 1000V Cisco ASA 1000V • Virtual network Service datapath (vPath) • Service Binding • Fast-Path Offload • VXLAN-aware vPath Cisco Nexus ®1000V Virtual Service Nodes vSphere RESULTING IN • Application Visibility • Embedded security model—Cisco intra-tenant secure zones • Tenant edge controls • Seamless integration • Accelerate Problem Resolution and Optimization • Scales with cloud demand—multiple-instance deployment for horizontal scale-out deployment VSN VSN

    30. Workload Mobility Across Data CentersvMotionwith Intelligent End to End Network Fabrics Cisco ® VSG VSM WANNetwork DC Network DC Network DC-1 DC-2 OTV / LISP VXLAN-A vMotion VEM-1 VEM-2 VEM-3 VEM-4 vPath vPath vPath vPath RESULTING IN • Security—isolation for every application • Migrate virtual workloads seamlessly across data centers • Live migration • Maintain network and security policies transparently

    31. Computing Fabric

    32. Mgmt Server Server Architectures Today • Evolution in size, not thinking • More switches and cables required • Virtualization created an agile server, not an agile system • Management increased dramatically to manage: • Blades • Blade chassis • Blade switches • Environmental • Software • Virtualization Management SAN LAN

    33. Next Generation Compute ArchitectureEvolution of the Server to Fabric Computing Industry Standard APIs XML API Standard API’s CONVERGENCE Single Point of Manager Fabric Interconnects AUTOMATION Fabric Extenders(I/O modules) Compute Blade Form Factor Rack Form Factor INTELLIGENCE FABRIC COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE FOR VIRTUALIZATION AND CLOUD NETWORKED POOLS OF COMPUTING

    34. Single Unified System Unify Fabrics 1 Fibre channel Ethernet management Single network layer Integrate Compute Blades and rack mount Extended memory 2 Embed Management 3 Centralized All elements self integrating Optimize For Virtualization 4 Server personality abstraction Virtual I/O awareness UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Capacity instead of management points Fewer components Scale WithoutComplexity 5

    35. Scaling Computing without Complexity Central Manager Compute Manager Compute Manager UNIFIED MANAGEMENT UNIFIED MANAGEMENT UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Domain 1 Domain 2 Cisco Servers with Intel® Xeon® processors

    36. Software Defined Networking

    37. Enabling Networking for Agile IT Approach 2 Approach 3 Approach 1 Apps Apps Apps Controller APIs Network Overlays Agents Agents Physical and Virtual OpenFlow Device Traditional Device with agents (Hybrid) Specific Protocol Device Network Network Networks Overlays Tightly-coupled HW & SW Loosely-coupled HW & SW

    38. Holistic Approach to SDN Network + Compute Hardware + Software Physical + Virtual Campus, Branch, Data Center, Cloud, WAN Applications: Cisco, Customer, ISV, Open Source OPEN NETWORK ENVIRONMENT Platform APIs Network Overlays Controllers and Agents Network Integrated Physical/Virtual Network and Services onePK – Comprehensive API and developer programming kit Controller andAgents (e.g. OF,I2RS,PCEP, Chef, Puppet etc )

    39. Conclusion

    40. Unified Data Center Platform UNIFIED COMPUTING Centralized management for rapid provisioning, including self-service UNIFIED FABRIC Fabric based on Integrated Hardware and Software Cisco® Unified Computing with Intel® Xeon® processors Compute Network • UnifiedData Center Marries physical and virtual infrastructure for any application APIs for network and server programmability UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Storage Security Management

    41. Unified Data Center Key Takeaways Changing the economics of the data center requires a unified approach to people, process, and technology The approach delivers the promised benefits of business agility, financial efficiency and IT simplification Unified Data Center is a platform designed from the ground up to deliver IT as a Service