Cisco Data Center Strategy Master

Report
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
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• 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
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Data Center Trends
New wave of applications
Big Data
Mobility
• Increased east-west traffic
• Increased number of smart
Cloud
• Elastic resource allocation
• Self service consumption
• XaaS
• Application driven
networking
•
Massive scale
(compute, tenants,
services)
Scalable
architecture
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•
•
Programmable
infrastructure
Open API
Service
orchestration
• Application and Storage
scale & performance
• Any content anywhere
Programmability
Scale
•
mobile endpoints
Social Media
Agility
•
•
Workload
placement and
migration
Physical & virtual
integration
Manageability
•
•
Simplified
Management
Policy-based
Provisioning
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2012 IDC Digital Universe Study
By 2020,
Server workloads to
go to
70% Virtual
& will coexist with
Physical
amount of
information managed
The
by enterprise datacenters will grow by
Key Requirements
1. Application Consistency
2. Simplified Management &
Orchestration
3. Physical-Virtual Integration
4. Scale
14 times.
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Manual Processes
Disjointed Provisioning
Deficient SW
` Overlay
Disruptive Growth
Static Resource
Allocation
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An
Today’s
Evolutionary
Challenges
Approach
Have Led
Required
To…
To…
Operational
SIMPLIFY
Complexity
Architecture
`````````
OPTIMIZE
Rigidity
Infrastructure
AUTOMATE
Inefficiency
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• 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, consistent
deployment with reduced risk
• Support: Enterprise-class service and support
Consumption Options
1. Big data bundles
2. Joint “NOSH” solution with NetApp
3. Exclusive with Oracle NoSQL
4. RA/papers with key partners
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The Evolution to Dynamic Fabric
Automation
Application Requirements Driving Fabric Scale
Scale
and
Consolidation
•
•
•
•
•
•
“With Romley-based servers…switching
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
Percentage of Installed x86
Workloads Running in a VM
connectivity will have to
be upgraded to 10GbE ...expect the Ethernet switch market to see a
significant boost, doubling its (year-over-year)
72%
77%
65%
58%
growth rates in 2013/14.”
Oppenheimer and Co.
49%
38%
“Also expects…adoption and growth of 40G/100G to serve as aggregation
ports for 10G and inter-switch links between data centers and cloud
27%
18%
providers
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2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
Dell’Oro
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10G, 40G
10G, 40G,
100G Fabric
Virtual
Workloads
FC, FCOE
Application profile expanding
to multimedia, video, “big data”
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NAS
More apps on more virtual
machines means more I/O
Server I/O driving bandwidth
scales in network core and
Internet
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Appliance Architectures
Fabric-Based Architecture
Specialized Infrastructure
Integrated Intelligent Infrastructure
Legacy Architectures
Virtual Overlay Architecture
MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
Commodity Server, Network and Security
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ANY
Enhanced
Forwarding
VM/PM Mobility
NW Extensibility
Smaller failure domains
Distributed
Control Plane
Integrated Virtual
& Physical
MAN/WAN
Seamless Mobility
Multi-tenant
Greater than 10K
Tenants/Networks
Simplified Networking with Flexibility and Efficiency at Scale
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#2 – Simplify Fabric Management
REST API’s
AUTOMATED
Services
Controller
Data Center
Network
Management
COMMON POINT OF
HOST, NETWORK & TENANT
MAN
Simplified Management for Ease of Operations
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#3 – Automate Provisioning
Server Admin
Network Admin
Subnet
QoS
Security
Policy-based
routing
Network Admin
defines Network Profile
Template for VMs/PMs
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projects
1
MAN/W
AN
2
Instances of Network Policies
are automatically created in
DCNM when a Server Admin
provisions VM’s/PMs
3
When a VM/PM pertaining to
a project is detected,
Network Policy is applied to
the leaf
4
When VM moves, the Network
Policy is applied automatically
to the leaf
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Key Requirements Shaping
Storage Networks
VIRTUALIZATION/
CLOUD
MASSIVE
DATA GROWTH
Growth in
Physical and Virtual Servers
by 2020*
Growth in Information
Created by 2020*
SOLID-STATE DRIVE
MEGA DATA CENTERS
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
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*: 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
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Multiprotocol Support
The Benefits of End-to-End Convergence
Unified Ports allowing FC,.FCoE
and 10/40G Connectivity
Multliprotocol Storage
Enhancements
FC
FCoE
Storage
Targets
Physical and
Virtual Hosts
FCoE
Low Latency Flexible
Connectivity FCoE
Collapsed Director Class
FCoE Solutions
Single pane of glass visibility across LAN and SAN
FLEXIBILITY and
INVESTMENT PROTECTION
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Building Blocks for Extensible DC
Fabrics
Data Center Solutions
Feature Rich and Scalable
Innovative
10/40/100G
Modularity
Common
Direct Class
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Single Feature Rich Common OS
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Scaling Next Gen Fabrics
Highest Density,
Feature Rich I/O
Modules
Purpose Build
DC Core and
Aggregation Platforms
switching
and
of Advanced functions
like OTV, MPLS, LISP, DFA, VxLAN
power consumption
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Front-to-Back Airflow
power consumption per
Gigabit of Bandwidth
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Consistent Visibility Across Virtual, Physical and Cloud
Performance
Analytics
Web Applications, Voice,
Video
Network
Intelligence
OTV, Fabric Path, Trustsec,
VXLAN
Application
Visibility
Layer 2-7 Deep Packet
Inspection
Integrated
SERVICES
Physical
Services
Virtual
Services
VIRTUAL
SERVICE
NODE
Deployment Flexibility with Functional Consistency
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Scale the Fabric to Address Increasing VM Density
Pair 10GbE Server Access with 40GbE Aggregation
Fabric scale connectivity
40 GbE Expansion Module
High performance
Flexibility
10 GbE Fabric Extender
Next Gen
Compute
Next Gen
Compute
FEX
Dell/Fujitsu/HP
Storage
.
Blade and Rack Server Consistency:
B22 HP, Dell, Fujitsu
Seamless VM Networking with
Adapter FEX and VM-FEX
.
.
One-Hop Storage Access
Flexible Options With Consistent Features
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Highest 10GbE/40GbE Density for Cloud-Scale Fabrics
POWERED
BY CUSTOM
SILICON
48x40GbE Ports w/ 4
Expansion Modules
48x10GbE +
4x 40GE Ports
384 X 10GbE ports line rate L2/L3
96 X 40GbE ports line rate L2/L3
1,536 GbE/10GbE ports
via FEX
1 μs latency port-to-port
Support 75,000 Virtual Machines on a Single Switch
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Extend VLANs Across Data Centers
IP/MPLS (Internet/Private)
OTV
DC 1
VLAN1
DC 2
VLAN1
DC 3
VLAN1
Extend VLANs Across Data Centers
Features
• Ethernet LAN Extension
over any network
Benefits
• Multidata center scalability
between data centers
• Leverage and optimize compute resources across data centers
for any workload
• Enables disaster avoidance and
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• Seamless overlay—no network re-design
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• Many physical sites—one logical data center
• Seamless workload mobility
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Location ID/Separation Protocol(LISP)
Global IP Address Portability
User
Internet/Private
LISP
Route Server
x.x.x.x
y.y.y.y
DC 1
VLAN1
z.z.z.z
DC 2
VLAN2
DC 3
VLAN3
10.10.10.2
Features
Benefits
• IP address portability across subnets
• Seamless workload mobility between data centers and cloud
• Auto detection and re-route of traffic/session
• Direct Path (no triangulation), connections maintained during
• Highly scalable technology
move
• No routing re-convergence, no DNS updates required
• Transparent to the hosts and users
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InterCloud
• Extends security and
management policies into
public cloud
vTenant Zoning
vFirewall Service vWAN Acceleration
V Cloud Router
• VM-level controls
• Edge firewall, VPN
• WAN optimization
• WAN L3 gateway
• Zone-based FW
• Protocol Inspection
• Application traffic
• Routing and VPN
Ecosystem
Services
• Load Balancing
Services
• Imperva Web App.
Firewall
VPath
VXLAN
Nexus 1000V
Multi-Hypervisor (VMware, Microsoft*, RedHat*, Citrix*)
Any Hypervisor, Any Service, Any Cloud
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SecuringAnalyze
Tenant Business
Edge of Multitenant
Critical Applications
Cloud Data Center
vCenter
Cisco ®
Apply
Hypervisor-based
Virtual Network Services
Virtual Network Management Center (VNMC)
Tenant B
Tenant A
VDC
VDC
vAPP
Web
Server
App
Server
Database
Server
VSG
VSG
VSG
vAPP
VSG
Hypervisor
VSN
VSN
Virtual Service Nodes
Virtual network Service datapath
(vPath)
• Service Binding
• Fast-Path Offload
• VXLAN-aware
Cisco ASA 1000V
Cisco ASA 1000V
vPath
Cisco Nexus ® 1000V
vSphere
RESULTING IN
• Application Visibility
• Seamless integration
•
• Accelerate Problem Resolution and Optimization
•
Embedded security model—Cisco
intra-tenant secure zones
Tenant edge controls
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• Scales with cloud demand—multiple-instance
deployment for horizontal scale-out deployment
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Workload Mobility Across Data Centers
vMotion with Intelligent End to End Network Fabrics
Cisco ® VSG
VSM
WAN
Network
DC
Network
DC-1
DC
Network
DC-2
OTV / LISP
VXLAN-A
VEM-1
vPath
VEM-2
vMotion
VEM-3
vPath
vPath
VEM-4
vPath
RESULTING IN
• Security—isolation for every application
• Live migration
• Migrate virtual workloads seamlessly
• Maintain network and security
across data centers
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Mgmt Server
• Evolution in size, not thinking
Management
• More switches and cables required
• Virtualization created an agile server,
SAN
not an agile system
LAN
• Management increased dramatically to
manage:
Blades
Blade chassis
Blade switches
Environmental
Software
Virtualization
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Industry
Standard APIs
Single Point of Manager
Fabric Interconnects
Fabric Extenders
(I/O modules)
Compute
Blade Form Factor
FABRIC COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE FOR
VIRTUALIZATION AND CLOUD
NETWORKED POOLS OF COMPUTING
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Rack Form Factor
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Unify
Fabrics
Fibre channel
Ethernet management
Single network layer
2
Integrate
Compute
Blades and rack mount
3
Embed
Management
Centralized
4
Optimize For
Virtualization
Server personality abstraction
5
Scale Without
Complexity
Capacity instead of
management points
Extended memory
All elements self integrating
Virtual I/O awareness
Fewer components
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Compute Manager
Domain 1
Cisco Servers with Intel® Xeon® processors
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Central Manager
Compute Manager
Domain 2
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Approach 2
Approach 1
Apps
Apps
Controller
APIs
Agents
Network
Tightly-coupled HW & SW
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Approach 3
OpenFlow
Device
Apps
Network Overlays
Agents
Traditional Specific Protocol
Device with
Device
agents
(Hybrid)
Loosely-coupled HW & SW
Physical
and
Virtual
Network
Networks Overlays
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Hardware + Software
Physical + Virtual
Network + Compute
Campus, Branch, Data Center, Cloud, WAN
Applications:
Cisco, Customer, ISV, Open Source
Platform
APIs
Network
Overlays
Network
onePK – Comprehensive API
and developer programming kit
Controllers and
Agents
Controller and Agents
(e.g. OF,I2RS,PCEP, Chef,
Puppet etc )
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Integrated
Physical/Virtual
Network and Services
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Centralized management for
rapid provisioning, including
self-service
Fabric based on Integrated
Hardware and Software
Cisco® Unified Computing
with Intel® Xeon® processors
Compute
Network
Unified
Data Center
Storage
Marries physical and virtual
infrastructure for any
application
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Security
Management
APIs for network and server
programmability
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Unified Data Center
Key Takeaways
Changing the economics of the
data center requires a unified
approach to people, process, and
technology
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Unified Data Center is a platform
designed from the ground up to
deliver
IT as a Service
The approach delivers the
promised benefits of business
agility, financial efficiency and IT
simplification
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Thank you.

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