Presentation

Report
Patrick Mathias – Vice President
Vblock Infrastructure Packages:
Accelerating Deployment of the
Private Cloud
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IT is undergoing a transformation…
The need for a new IT model has never been more clear…
• Today’s IT architecture increases procurement, management
costs, and complexity
• IT is now moving towards a service based consumption model
(Private Cloud)
• This new model requires a new way of thinking about both the
underlying technology and the way IT is delivered for customer
success
…navigating the path to that model has never been more complicated
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Accelerating Virtualization…
Accelerate IT Standardization and Simplification
Database
V V V V
V V V V
V V V V
V V V V
Virtual Desktops
Email
Custom
Web
Enable Virtualization at Scale - Simplify IT
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Vblock Infrastructure Packages
A New Way of Delivering IT
 Rapid deployment model
for virtualized infrastructure
 Pre-integrated and validated
solutions reduce total cost
of ownership
 Service-level driven through
predictable performance
& operational characteristics
 Improved compliance/security
and reduced risk
Vblock Infrastructure
Packages
Information
Applications
Operating Systems
Virtualization
Compute
Network
Storag
e
Accelerate Time to Results—Reduce TCO
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Vblock Infrastructure Packages
Accelerating the Journey to Pervasive Virtualization and Private Cloud
Benefits:
 Improve business responsiveness
 Reduce risk and operating
expenses
 Support and manage ServiceLevel Agreements
• Seamless integration with existing
Management & Security
frameworks
 Ensure security and minimize risk
with certification paths
Secure, Extensible, SLA-driven, Infrastructure
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Predictable Performance, Capacity & Capability
 Predictable and granular SLA
measurement and assurance
 Deterministic space and weight:
floor tiles become unit of
capacity planning
 Consistent power and cooling
(KWh/BTUs) per unit
 Pre-determined capacity and
scalability
 Uniform workload distribution
and mobility
 Deterministic fault and security
isolation
Predictable ‘Facilities to Workload’ Impact
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Vblock Infrastructure Packages
Scalable Platform for Building Solutions
 Vblock 2:
– Extensible to meet the most
demanding IT needs
 Vblock 1:
– Broad range of IT capabilities for
organizations of all sizes
 Vblock 0:
– “Private Cloud in a Rack”
– Test/development platform for
Partners and customers
Designed for a Broad range of Use Cases
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Vblock Infrastructure Packages Family
Infrastructure Options for Pervasive Virtualization & Private Cloud
Vblock 2
Capability
Large-scale, Public, Private &
Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
Vblock 1
Vblock 0
Scalable, Private Cloud
Infrastructure
Entry-level “Cloud in a rack”
Infrastructure
10’s
100’s
1,000’s
10,000’s
Performance/ Scale
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Vblock Infrastructure Packages Architecture
Virtualized, Virtualization Aware, Virtualization Optimized
Systems
Management
& Monitoring
Applications & Operating Systems
Multi-Tenancy
HighAvailability
Security
Service-Tiering
Performance
Management &
Orchestration
Vblock Foundation
VMware vSphere 4
Cisco Unified Computing
System
EMC Unified Storage
Vblock
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Cisco’s Cloud Strategy
Addressing Our Customers’ Business Challenges
Deliver products, solutions & services
to organizations to build secure Clouds
Enable Service Providers to deliver
secure Cloud solutions & services
to their customers
Advance the market for Cloud by driving
technology innovation, open standards
and ecosystem development
C97-541444-00
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Enterprise Journey To Private Cloud
Start here
Consolidation
Virtualization
Automation
Utility
Market
Intercloud
Private Clouds
Unified Computing
Unified Fabric
Data Center Networking
C97-541444-00
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Global Cloud Infrastructure
Cloud Network Boundary
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
Cloud OS
Cloud OS
Enterprise
Network
Network Service
Provider
• Unified Computing
• DC 3.0 / Unified Fabric
• Cloud Service Delivery
• IP-NGN
• CRS
C97-541444-00
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Cloud Service
Provider
• Unified Service
Delivery
• IaaS/SaaS Solutions
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Global Cloud Infrastructure
Cloud Network Boundary
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
App
App
App
OS
OS
OS
Cloud OS
Cloud OS
Enterprise
Network
Network Service
Provider
Cloud Service
Provider
Cisco is the only systems vendor with value-add solutions
for the entire cloud computing infrastructure ecosystem.
C97-541444-00
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Private Cloud and UCS
Virtualizing More than the Server
Servers –
•
•
•
Cost effective x86 multi-core CPUs, >96G Memory
UCS Rack Optimized or UCS Blades
Programmable server instances
Network •
•
•
Virtualized access to servers
3-Tiered Ethernet Fabric
IP and VPN connectivity
Storage –
•
•
•
•
•
Software Capabilities / Application Programming Interface
Virtualized access to servers
SAS, FC, SATA based Arrays
NAS attached
SAN attached
Drives Distributed across servers
Virtualization •
•
•
Hypervisor
Clustering
Network access within server
Software/API –
•
•
•
•
•
Provisioning and Automation
Provider interface
End-user self-service interface
Policy Management
Usage based billing
VPN
Internet
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Cisco-on-Cisco Results:
ROI Achieved by Cisco IT
Average
TCO
-37%
-32%
Speed of delivery
6-8 Weeks
Average
TCO
Speed of Delivery
2-3 Weeks
Speed of Delivery
Average
TCO
15 Minutes
IT Maintenance /
IT Innovation
IT Maintenance /
IT Innovation
IT Maintenance /
IT Innovation
70/30
60/40
40/60
100% Physical,
Legacy Computer Platform
40% Physical, 60% Virtual,
Legacy Computer Platform
Virtualization
35% Physical, 65% Virtual,
Unified Computing Platform,
100% Automated
Unified Computing
and Automation
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Current Cisco UCS Performance Records
- 5 New World Records in 1st 6 weeks of Q1’FY2011
New x86 Server World Records
#1
#1 Two-Socket 2-Node Record
SPECjAppServer*2004
11,283.80 [email protected]
Highest Ever Virtualization Record
#1 VMmark*
76.10 score @ 51 tiles*
#1
#1 Two-Socket Record
SPECjbb*2005
1,015,802 BOPS
Four-Socket X86 Blade Record
#1 SPECint*_rate_base2006
720 base score
#1
#1 Two-Socket Record
SPECompM*base2001
52,314 base score*
#1
#1
#1 Two-Socket Record
SPECompL*base2001
278,603 base score**
Four-Socket Record
#1 SPECompM*2001
100,258 base score*
#1 Two-Socket Record
Single-Node Record
#1 4S LS-Dyna* Crash Simulation
41,727 seconds car2car
#1
Oracle eBiz Suite Payroll Batch
581,846 Employees/Hour Large
368,098 Employees/Hour Medium
Four-Socket x86 Record
SPECjbb*2005
2,021,525 BOPS
Results as of Sept 16, 2010:
1Two socket comparison based x86 Volume servers—Intel
Xeon 5600 series and AMD Opteron 6100 Series
1Four socket comparison based on x86 servers—Intel Xeon
7500 series and AMD Opteron 6100 Series
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UCS: Open, Standards-based Platform
Integration and Certification Partners
Database
/Middleware
Enterprise
Applications
Operating
Systems
Virtualization
Storage
Management
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Unified Computing System
Transforming the Data Center
UCS Advantage!
71% Better Virtualized
performance
Mission Critical
Enterprise Applications
80% Less infrastructure for Java
2X Virtual Machines
2X Database consolidation
65% Better client
performance
Current Application
Migrations
2X Virtual Desktops
#1 Java Benchmark—2Socket x86
“Best in Class” Single
Node results
Platform Migration
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65% Faster than IBM
Power P-Series
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Why Cisco Unified Computing System?
Business
Value
Technical
Differentiation
Improve
Business Agility
Unified Fabric
Extend Business
Asset Life
Reduce the Time
to Deploy New
Applications
Unified Management
Service Profile with
Hardware Abstraction
Open API
Ensure Compliance
Virtual Interfaces
Operational
Efficiency
Patented Memory
Extension Technology
http://www.cisco.com/go/ucs
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