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VCE
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A Common Vision for the Data Center of the Future

John Jordaan
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EMC

Jonathan Clarke
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EMC

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Strategic

Business

Partner

Trusted

Partner

Supplier

Vendor

Customer Value

We want to be your Strategic Business Partner

Customers




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IT Service Delivery Is Under Increasing Pressure


New
Business

Pressures

Collaborative Services

User Expectations

Visual Networking

Globalization

Regulatory Compliance

Operational

Limitations

Power and
Cooling

Provisioning

Asset Utilization

Security Threats

Biz. Continuance

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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

Application

Investment

Your business
can change only
as fast as your
IT can

23%

Application

Maintenance

30%

Infrastructure

Investment

5%

Infrastructure

Maintenance

42%

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Average Datacenter Today


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



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Next Big Things in IT

Virtual

Data Center

Cloud

Computing

Virtual

Clients

Virtual

Appliances

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

Flexibility, lower cost,
seamless movement of
data and applications

Information accessible
anywhere, anytime;
Desktops that follow user

Simpler deployment for
enterprise class
applications

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….. 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


?

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What is needed

EFFICIENCY

CONTROL

CHOICE

resource

efficiency

operational

efficiency

service delivery
control

security

control

application

choice

infrastructure

choice

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

Unifying Service Delivery


Information
Services

Communication
Services

Unified Service
Delivery Center


Increase service
and feature velocity


Optimize capital
and operating costs


Ensure and secure
the user experience

Application
Services

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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

Virtualized Consolidated Environment

Site A

Site B

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EMC Technology Alliances





Information Infrastructure



Connectivity



Application


Information

Virtual

Information

Virtual

Virtual

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C

shared

partner ecosystem


services


blueprints


and solutions


reference


architectures


aligned


technologies

shared vision

“private cloud”

Each brings
essential technology
and
know
-
how

to 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


What is
VCE
?

V

E

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Virtual

Infrastructure

Information

Infrastructure

Cloud

Infrastructure

The joint Alliance Strategies come together

To create
Cloud Infrastructure

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Virtual Data Center Infrastructure


Reduce cost and footprint
of environment


Increase efficiency of
operations and
management


Address challenges of
technology refreshes and
migrations

Virtual Applications



Network and Security




Management & Content Management




Business Continuity &

Backup, Recover and Archiving


Tiered/Unified Storage



Virtual
Infrastructure


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

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What’s the Cloud?


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

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From Internal Cloud to Private Cloud

Virtual

Data Center

Today’s

Data

Center

Enterprise

Data Center

Service

Provider

Private

Cloud

Security

Virtualization

Information

Federation

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Storage

Compute Resource

Networking

OS Environment

Databases

Web/App Server

Applications

Middleware

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

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your applications

your information

enterprise IT resources

any device

any where

enterprise

infrastructure

server


network
-

storage

provider

infrastructure


communications carrier

VMware

EMC

Cisco

Building The Private Cloud

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cloud operating system

VMware

unified network and computing

Cisco

virtual information infrastructure

EMC

integrated connectivity

integrated management

integrated functionality

integrated security

integrated services and solutions

integrated partner ecosystem

enterprise

data centers

compatible

service providers

VCE Landscape

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2009
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EMC and vSphere Integration

Scalability

Storage QoS

Virtual Provisioning

Virtual Storage

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

Cisco leverages EMC RSA

RSA Authentication
Manager

RSA Envision

Security


Avamar

Replication Manager

Networker

Data Protection Advisor

Availability

vNetwork

Only Vendor Integrated
into all
3
vStorage APIs

PowerPath for VMware




vStorage

Ultrascale

V
-
Max

Ultraflex

EFD


vCompute

VMware vSphere
4.0

vCenter

4.0

Infrastructure
APIs

Application
APIs

EMC Storage
Viewer Plug
-
in

EMC SRM
Failback Plug
-
in

EMC VDI Plug
-
in





Control Center

Smarts ESM/ADM

IT Compliance
Analyzer

Server Config
Manager


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2009
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VMware Cisco EMC


the Virtual Datacenter OS

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

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2009
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CISCO
-
Benefit of Unified Fabric: I/O Consolidation

LAN

SAN B

SAN A

Today

Ethernet

FC

Ethernet

FC

FC

I/O Consolidation with FCoE

LAN

SAN B

SAN A

Ethernet

FC

Enhanced

Ethernet

and FCoE

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2009
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Storage



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


Integrated with VMware
vStorage and vCenter


The EMC Information Infrastructure:

Designed for, and Integrated with, VMware

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

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2009
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Where is EMC Innovating

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2009
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Data Center of the Future

Partnership Benefits

40
:
1
Server Consolidation and beyond



70
% Reduction in Power and Cooling Costs



Guaranteed, Trusted and Validated Infrastructure



V
Virtual Data Center OS

+


C
Unified Computing and Networking

+

E
Information Infrastructure

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



80
% Reduction in Management Costs



50
% increase in Storage Utilization



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2009
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In the
physical

world

we
need
:


A service
orchestrator

to

initiate
:


The
Virtual

Machine
on

a server


The
Virtual

LUN
on

a storage
device


The link
between

server and storage



An

architecture

with

standards

to



build

this

world

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 process

or to show
(the virtual

LUN that locates data)
and


an infrastructure that

enables them to stay

connected.

Virtual

Infrastructure

Virtual

Workplace

User world

server

network

storage

Physical

reality

3
market leaders present jointly a standardized architecture

for the Data Center of the Future

Physical

world

Service
request

‘Object/
overview
/
process


VM

VLUN

result


Secure


High performance


24
x
7
xforever

User
world

Virtual

world

Service

Orchestrator

Virtual

layer


next

next

next

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2009
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App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
App
OS
enterprise

infrastructure

server


network
-

storage

Any application, any device, any where

Virtual Enterprise

Your application

stack

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2009
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Accelerate Deployments with Best Practices

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

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2009
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Replication to DR

Virtualization Blueprints

Overview

EMC

Unified Storage



Cisco Unified
Fabric



VMware

Cloud OS


EMC

Data Protection



EMC

Disaster Recovery



Cisco Unified
Computing





VMware Integrated


Management


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2009
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Virtualization Blueprint

Test/Dev

Test/Dev

Utility

Business Critical

Mission Critical


EMC Unified Storage


Celerra NX
4


Multi
-
protocol : iSCSI and NFS


Single Tier Storage



VMware


vSphere


Lab Manager




Cisco Unified Fabric


Nexus
1000
v Virtual Switch


MDS
9100
/
9200
SAN Switch




Cisco Unified Computing


Stateless Computing


Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE



EMC Data Protection


Avamar Virtual Edition


Dedupe at Source

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2009
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Virtualization Blueprint

Utility Servers


EMC Unified Storage


Celerra NX
4


HA Configuration


Multi
-
protocol :
iSCSI, NFS,
FC


2
Tier Storage



Cisco Unified Fabric


Nexus
1000
v Virtual Switch


MDS
9100
/
9200
SAN Switch




VMware


vSphere Cluster


VMware HA


DRS


VCB


EMC Data Protection


Avamar Single Node


Dedupe at Source



Cisco Unified Computing


Stateless Computing


Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE


Role
-
based Control


Test/Dev

Utility

Business Critical

Mission Critical

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2009
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Virtualization Blueprint

Business Critical Servers

Test/Dev

Utility

Business Critical

Mission Critical

Replication to DR




EMC Unified Storage



Celerra HA Configuration or V
-
Max


Multi
-
protocol : iSCSI, NFS, FC


Business Continuity Snapshots



2
Tier Storage



Cisco Unified Fabric



Nexus
7000
Core Switch



Nexus
1000
V Virtual Switch



MDS
9500
SAN



Application Control Engine



Wide Area Application


Services



VMware


vCenter


vSphere Cluster


VMware HA, DRS


VCB for backup


SRM for DR



EMC Disaster Recovery


Recoverpoint Replication



Cisco Unified Computing


Stateless Computing


Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE


Role
-
based Control


384
GB RAM per server


DR Configuration



EMC Data Protection


Avamar RAIN Config


Dedupe at Source


Deduplicated replication




VMware Integrated Management



Cisco UCS Manager



Cisco Unified Fabric Mgt



EMC ECC vCenter Plugin



EMC Replication Manager

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2009
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Virtualization Blueprint

Mission Critical Servers

Test/Dev

Utility

Business Critical

Mission Critical


EMC Unified Storage


Symmetrix V
-
Max; Up to
8
Engines


Multi
-
protocol : iSCSI, NFS, FC


Advanced Storage Tiering


Business Continuity Snapshots


Cisco Unified Fabric


Nexus
7000
Core Switch


Nexus
1000
v Virtual Switch


MDS
9500
SAN


Application Control Engine


Wide Area Application


Services



VMware


vCenter


vSphere Cluster


VMware FT, HA, DRS


SRM for DR



EMC Data Protection


Avamar RAIN Config


Dedupe at Source


Deduplicated replication


Networker


Data Protection Advisor


EMC Disaster Recovery


SRDF


Zero Data Loss Async, Sync, Star Replication


Continuous Data Protection




Cisco Unified Computing


Stateless Computing


Unified Fabric DCE / FCoE


Role Based Control


384
GB 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

Replication to DR

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