HP 3PAR 7000 software suites

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HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
Basis Konfiguration
Restricted. HP Internal and Channel Partner use.
3PAR StoreServ 7000 Spezifikationen
HP 3PAR StoreServ
7200
Feature
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400
Number of controllers
2
2
4
Maximum host ports
12 ports
12 ports
24 ports
8Gb Fibre Channel
host ports
4 to 12 ports
4 to 12 ports
8 to 24 ports
10 Gb/s FCoE
Ready/iSCSI
0 to 4 ports
0 to 4 ports
0 to 8 ports
Maximum additional
enclosures
5
9
18
SFF drives
8 to144 SFF
(120 SSDs maximum)
8 to 240 SFF
(120 SSDs
maximum)
16 to 480 SFF
(240 SSDs
maximum)
LFF NL drives
LFF SSD drives
12 to 120
8 to 120
12 to 120
8 to 120
24 to 432
16 to 240
Maximum raw capacity
250 TB
432 TB
864 TB
HP 3PAR 7000 software suites
Replication Suite
Data Optimization
Suite
3PAR Thin Technologies
Virtual Copy
Remote Copy
Peer Persistence
Dynamic Optimization
Adaptive Optimization
Peer Motion
Reporting Suite
Security Suite
System Reporter
3PARInfo
Virtual Domains
Virtual Lock
Operating System
Suite
Application Suites
VMware vSphere
Microsoft® SQL
Required
Optional
Exchange
Oracle
HP 3PAR 7000 software suites contents
3PAR 7000 Operating
System Suite
Replication Suite
• Virtual Copy
(VC)
• Remote Copy
(RC)
• Peer Persistence
Application Suite for VMware
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Recovery Manager for vSphere
VASA
vCenter plug-in
vSphere Host Explorer
• Virtual SP
• Online Import License
(180 days)
• SmartStart
• System Tuner
• Host Explorer
• Multi-path IO SW
• VSS Provider
• Rapid Provisioning
• Autonomic Groups
• Autonomic Replication
Groups
• Scheduler
• LDAP Support
• Access Guard
• Autonomic Rebalance
Data Optimization Suite
• Dynamic Optimization
• Adaptive Optimization
• Peer Motion
Application Suite for Oracle
• Recovery Manager for Oracle
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Host Personas
Persistent Cache
Persistent Ports
SMI-S
3PAR OS
administration tools
(CLI client, SNMP)
• Web Services API
• Management console
Security Suite
• Virtual Domains
• Virtual Lock
• Thin Provisioning
• Thin Copy
Reclamation
• Thin Persistence
• Thin Conversion
• Full Copy
Reporting Suite
• System Reporter
• 3PARInfo
Application Suite for MS SQL
Application Suite for
MS Exchange
• Recovery Manager for MS SQL
• VSS provider
• Recovery Manager for MS
Exchange
• VSS Provider
HP Support and Services
Support and hardware
deployment
Additional deployment
Integration/Consulting
(choose one care level and hardware
deployment)
(optional)
(optional)
• Basic care:
Proactive Care 24x7, plus
HP Proactive Select 10 credits
per year
• HP 3PAR 7000 Software
Installation and Startup Service
(App Suite, Reporting Suite, Data
Opt Suite, DO, AO, Peer Motion)
• Data migration
• Standard care for businesscritical environments requiring the
highest level of uptime:
Proactive Care 24x7, plus
HP Proactive Select 20 credits
per year
• HP 3PAR 7000 Replication
Software Suite Installation and
Startup Service (basic RC, VC,
and PP deployment)
• Optimized care for mission-critical
environments demanding the best
performance and stability:
Critical Service
• Minimum care: Support Plus 24
• Deployment:
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
Installation and Startup Service
• HP 3PAR Peer Persistence
Software Installation and Startup
Service (basic PP deployment)
• HP Data Replication Solution
Service (advanced RC, VC, or PP
deployment)
• HP Enhanced Implementation
Service for SANs
• HP 3PAR Adaptive Optimization
Policy Implementation Service
• HP 3PAR Health Check
• HP Performance Analysis Service
• HP 3PAR Rebalance Service
• HP EVA to 3PAR StoreServ
Acceleration Service
• Storage efficiency analysis
• Storage impact analysis
• Storage modernization
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 licensing
Software Suites
Licensing
• 9 suites (4 main array software suites, 4 application suites,
1 reporting suite)
• Standalone software titles still available if needed—suites
provide 25+ percent price advantage
• 3PAR OS Suite includes Thin Suite, rebalancing, and 180days data import license
Licensed per drive
Licensed per system
HP 3PAR 7000 OS Suite
HP 3PAR 7000 Application
Suite for VMware
HP 3PAR 7000 Replication
Suite
HP 3PAR 7000 Application
Suite for Exchange
• Separate software LTUs per model (7200 vs.
7400)
• Licenses are enforced by the 3PAR Array
Drive-based licenses
• Two licenses to buy software title
– Base LTU: one per system
– Drive LTU: one per drive up to the system
cap
• Software caps
– 48 LTUs for 7200
– 168 LTUs for 7400
System-based licenses
• 1 LTU per system
HP 3PAR 7000 Data
Optimization Suite
HP 3PAR 7000 Application
Suite for SQL
Service and Support
HP 3PAR 7000 Security
Suite
HP 3PAR 7000 Application
Suite for Oracle
HP 3PAR 7000 Reporting
Suite
* Software Installation and Startup services available for Replication Suite, Data Optimization Suite, App
Suite for VMware, Microsoft® Exchange, SQL, and Reporting Suite.
• Software Installation and Startup (I&S)
services keyed to Base LTU SKUs* only; I&S
is optional, although highly recommended for
new array deployment
• Software support keyed to Base LTU SKUs
only (system-based license)
• Support contract required to receive support,
patches, and updates
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 hardware & support
Hardware products
• Storage Base: 7200 2-Node, 7400 2-Node, 7400 4-Node,
7400 Upgrade Node Pair
• Drive enclosures: 2.5in 2U SAS Drive Enclosure, 3.5in
4U SAS Drive Enclosure
• Drives: 300GB 15K 2.5in HDD, 450GB 10K 2.5in HDD,
900GB 10K 2.5in HDD, 100GB 2.5in SLC SSD, 200GB
2.5in SLC SSD, 2TB 7.2K 3.5in NL HDD, 3TB 7.2K 3.5in
NL HDD, 100GB 3.5in SLC SSD, 200GB 3.5in SLC SSD
• Adapters: 4-pt 8Gb/s FC Adapter, 2-pt 10G iSCSI/FCoE
Adapter
• Service Processor: 3PAR 7000 Service Processor
Hardwar
e
Storage base
Drive enclosures
Drives
Adapters
Service processor
Installation & Startup (I&S)
products
• Hardware I&S highly recommended for all new
array and hardware upgrade deployments
• Separate SKUs for each Storage Base*, drive
enclosure*, adapter, and service processor SKU
• One SKU for all drive types, only used when drives
are purchased without a Storage Base or drive
enclosure; one service instance covers installation
of up to 12 drives
Support products
• Hardware support keyed to each hardware product
SKU, support contract required to receive 24x7 4hour onsite hardware support
• Storage Bases and service processor have unique
support SKUs
• Drive enclosures share one support SKU
• Adapters share one support SKU
• Drive support is divided into drives under 1 TB;
drives over 1 TB, 200 GB SSD, and100 GB SSD
Unique HP StoreServ Data Availability features
Expansion
drive
enclosure
RAID sets
Base
enclosure
Base
enclosure
Expansion
drive
enclosure
HA cage/HA enclosure
• Loss of an entire drive enclosure does not impact the
system
• Drives configured vertically across multiple enclosures
• Data is striped vertically across multiple enclosures
• Minimum enclosures to achieve HA cage for each
RAID type
– RAID 1: two enclosures
– RAID 5 (3+1): four enclosures
– RAID 6 (4+2): three enclosures
Four controller cluster
(HP StoreServ 7400 only)
• Connects up to four controller nodes in an active/active
mesh
• In the event of a controller node failure, cache is
mirrored to other controllers, preserving performance
level (avoids write-through mode)
HP 3PAR PEER PERSISTENCE
Peer Persistence
vMotion
VMware Cluster
Failover
Synchronous Remote Copy
Arbitrator
Peer Persistence – Working Principle
VMware Metro Storage Cluster (single subnet)
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Peer Persistence can be enabled on Volume
Groups under 3PAR Synchronous Remote
Copy
Synchronous Remote Copy volumes must be
created on primary and secondary arrays:
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Using the same WWN addresses
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Should be exported to the same host set
from both arrays
Fabric A
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Using ALUA*, paths to primary volumes are
presented active and paths to secondary
volumes are presented as standby
During failover:
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Replication relationship gets reversed
(Primary volume becomes secondary
and vice-versa)
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The paths get reversed
*Asymmetric Logical Unit Access
Fabric B
Up to 2.6ms RTT
latency
Vol B
sec
Vol B prim
Vol A
prim
Vol A sec
Array
A
Array B
HP 3PAR
Quorum
Witness
QUORUM WITNESS
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Handling
Link/Communication
Failure Scenarios
• Array-to-Array
Communication Failure
In case of array-to-array communication failure,
StoreServs continue to send/receive
communication to/from the Quorum Witness
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
Switchover does not happen
• Host IOs continue to go to their primary volumes
• Replication of IO across RC links is stopped
Non RC Link
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
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Handling
Failure Scenarios
• Site 1 toLink/Communication
QW Communication Failure
StoreServ A has lost connectivity with Quorum
Witness.
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RC links are operational and StoreServs are
aware of each others operational state.
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Switchover does not happen
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
• Host IOs continue to go to their primary volumes
• Replication of IO across RC links continues as normal.
Non RC Link
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
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Handling
Link/Communication
Failure Scenarios
• Communication
Failure – Site 1 to QW and Site 1 to Site 2
The isolation of StoreServ A due to dual network
failure presents identically to StoreServ B as
would the failure of StoreServ A – StoreServ B
performs a failover and becomes primary
StoreServ A, in its inability to update the QW in
the context of the failure of the RC links, knows
that StoreServ B will failover  StoreServ A
performs a failsafe to secondary
Switchover happens
• Host IOs go to the new primary volumes on StoreServ B
• Replication of IO across RC links stops
StoreServ A
RC Links
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
Non RC Link
StoreServ B
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
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Handling
Failure Scenarios
• Site 2 toLink/Communication
QW Communication Failure
StoreServ B has lost connectivity with Quorum
Witness
•
RC links are operational and StoreServs are
aware of each others operational state.
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Switchover does not happen
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
• Host IOs continue to go to their primary volumes
• Replication of IO across RC links continues as normal
Non RC Link
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
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Handling
Link/Communication
Failure Scenarios
• Communication
Failure – Site 2 to QW and Site 1 to Site 2
The isolation of StoreServ B due to dual network
failure presents identically to StoreServ A as
would the failure of StoreServ B
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
• However, as StoreServ A is already primary, no action is
required
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Similarly, StoreServ B is already secondary so
no action is required.
Non RC Link
Switchover does not happen
• Host IOs continue to go to their primary volumes
• Replication of IO across RC links stops.
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
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Handling
Link/Communication
Failure Scenarios
• No communication
of QW with Site 1 and Site 2
StoreServ A and B have lost connectivity with
Quorum Witness.
•
RC links are operational and StoreServs are
aware of each others operational state.
•
Switchover does not happen
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
• Host IOs continue to go to their primary volumes
• Replication of IO across RC links continues as normal
Non RC Link
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link
Handling
Link/Communication
Failure Scenarios
• No communication
of QW with Site 1 and Site 2, and between Site 1 and
Site 2
• StoreServ A, in its inability to update the QW in the
context of RC links failure, will expect an operational
StoreServ B (with connectivity to QW) to failover to
primary
StoreServ A
RC Links
StoreServ B
(Site 2)
(Site 1)
• Hence, StoreServ A performs a failsafe to secondary in order to
avoid the potential for both systems serving host IO
• Similarly so for StoreServ B. However, as B is already
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secondary no action is required.
Switchover happens
• StoreServ A fails-safe to secondary
• StoreServ B is already secondary
• Host IOs is stopped
• Replication of IO across RC links stops
Non RC Link
Quorum
Witness
(Site 3)
Non RC Link

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