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Report
The Virtualized
Data Center
Erik Sklba
SE East Channels
Cisco Systems
[email protected]
Cisco Inc., Company Confidential
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IT Relevance and Control
The Data Center Is Evolving (Again)
Centralized (DC 1.0)
Decentralized (DC 2.0)
Virtualized (DC 3.0)
Mainframe
Client-Server and
Distributed Computing
Service Oriented
• Distributed
• Server Proliferation
• Storage Aggregation
• Virtualized
• Tightly coupled apps
• Resource pools/pods
• Monolithic
• Standard components
• Proprietary platforms
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Data Center 3.0 Evolution Path
Virtualization has created a market transition . “Servers” are becoming fluid objects in the network. The data center must evolve to
continue to scale. Cisco is offering a fresh alternative the traditional ad-hoc add-on approaches for virtualized data centers.
Unified Computing
Location
Freedom
Consolidation
HW
Freedom
Virtualization
Provisioning
Freedom
Automation
Utility
Cloud
Inter - Cloud
Enterprise Class Clouds
Unified Computing
Unified Fabric
Data Center Networking
Partners
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A Comprehensive Portfolio for Data Center 3.0
Unified
Fabric
Networking
Storage
Networking
Ethernet
Networking
MDS 9500
Storage
Directors
Catalyst® 6500
Nexus 7000
Series
Nexus 5000
Catalyst 4900M
Top-of-Rack
Nexus 2000
Nexus 1000v
SSM
MDS Fabric
Switches
Catalyst Blade
Server Switches
Blade Switches
Chassis Array Manager
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ACE Application
Delivery –
Module and
Appliance
Wide-Area
Application
Services
ACE XML
Gateway
Data Center Network Manager
Data Center Management
Fabric Manager
Application
Network
Services
Unified
Computing
UCS 6100
UCS 5100
UCS 2100
Data Center
Security
FWSM
IDSM
NAM
Blade Servers
C-Series Rack
Servers
ANM– Advanced L4-7 Services
Module Management
UCS Manager
SAN Fabric and MDS configuration and
device management
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Server Virtualization - Key DC Trend
Physical
Virtualization Step1
Virtualization Step2
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
Hypervisor
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
Hypervisor
VM
10 GE
GE
Virtualization Step3
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
Hypervisor
VM
Lossless 10GE
FCOE
Underutilized
Servers
•Cable sprawl
10GE
•High power,
cooling costs
4x
1GE
•High CAPEX
•For every $1 spent
on server capex
~$5 spent on opex
•Cable sprawl
•Power & cooling cost
•Less # of access layer
Ethernet ports
•GE to 10GE in access
layer
•Less interfaces –
reduced Cable sprawl
•Savings from power and
cooling
•Unified I/O - LAN & SAN
consolidation
•Reduce NICs, HBAs,
•Reduce cabling
•More Savings from
power and cooling
Sales Strategy: Engaging
Network, Server & Storage teams
is key 5
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Innovation: Unified Fabric
Reducing Complexity & Cost, Laying Foundation for VM Mobility
Unified Fabric
• Physical Server Size Reduction
• Fewer PCI slots, HVAC benefits,
DC longevity benefits
• All networks
• SAN and LAN
Unified
• Faster apps & service rollouts
Fabric
• Every host can mount any storage
target
• Lossless Ethernet
• Priority to Storage Traffic
• Bandwidth Guarantee
Universal I/O
Ubiquitous Connectivity
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FC over Ethernet
FCoE
Benefits
• Mapping of FC Frames
over Ethernet
• Enables FC to Run
on a Lossless
Ethernet Network
Ethernet
Fibre
Channel
Traffic
• Fewer Cables
• Both block I/O &
Ethernet traffic co-exist
on same cable
• Fewer adapters needed
• Overall less power
• Interoperates with
existing SAN’s
• Management SAN’s
remains constant
• No Gateway
10 GE and FCoE Economics
Parts
Switch
Ports
Server
Ports
Cabling
6 x 1GE
6 x 1GE w/FC
$1,875
$1,875
$9,374
$1,725
$500
$500
$650
$650
$300
$300
Eth Optics
FC Optics
HBA or
CNA
FC Switch
Ports
Total
2 X 10GE
2 X 10GE Nexus 10GE
(Traditional) (Nexus) (W/FCoE)
$300
$2,325
$300
$8,000
$1,600
$1,500
$1,200
$2,000
$1,000
$2,675 $7,775
$18,024
$2,675
$4,825
Data Center Virtualization Today
Virtualization has been promised as the answer. However, virtualization solutions to date may only address part of the
problem, but has done so by increasing operational expenses, infrastructure complexity, and risk.
Virtualization
Platform
High
Complexity
High
Touch
Compute
Network
Platform
Platform
Cost
 HVAC
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Platform Cost
Site Cost
 Storage
Cost
Organization Cost
Cost
 Complexity
 Power
 Network
Dwelling
 Software
 VM
Administrator
 Server
 Coordination
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Our Solution: Unified Computing System
 Embed management
Mgmt Server
 Unify fabrics
 Optimize virtualization
 Remove unnecessary
switches, adapters and
management modules
 Less than 1/3rd the support
infrastructure for a given
workload
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Cisco Unified Computing System
The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while
simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness.
Automated Provisioning
 Embedded single point of management and
provisioning
 Visibility and control across datacenter organizations
 Infrastructure policy management and compliance
Unified Fabric
Virtualization Optimization
Fabric Extender
Virtualized Adapter
 Fine-grained control, portability, and visibility
of network, compute, and storage attributes
 More than double the memory capacity of competing
systems
Industry Standard Servers
 Intel Xeon processor 5500 series
 150% generational performance increase
 Intelligent platform for performance and energy
efficiency
Scale Out
Extended Memory
Unified Fabric
 Wire once, low latency FC and Ethernet
 Virtualization aware
 Less than half the normal amount of adapters,
switches, cables
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Why Cisco?
True Innovation
Plan, Deploy, and
Optimize New Data
Center Solutions
World Class
Channel Program
Leading the way
Professional Services
Channel Partners
17.5B in R&D
 Driving industry
standards
 Architecture & Assessment
 Multivendor support
 Server Virtualization
 Mission-Critical Support
 Management Integration
 End to End Solution
 Operations Best Practices
 Eco-system partners
 Optimization Subscription
 Infrastructure Migration
 Industry recognized
Channel program
 Specialization &
Certifications
 OP/CAPex reductions
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Summary

Data Center 3.0 – Vision of the DC of tomorrow

Solutions drive product sales
our products are built on tomorrow’s needs

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Partners
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