Cisco Data Center

Report
Unified Computing System
The Platform of Innovation
Justin Bigger
Solution Specialist
Data Center Technologies
[email protected]
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Continued Architectural Innovation
Unified Management
Service-Profiles
Unified IT Workflows
Virtualizes Compute Hardware
CONVERGENCE
Templates
SCALE
INTELLIGENCE
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Rapid Deployment
Policies
Deployment Consistency
FSM
Configuration Coherency
VIC
Virtualized NICs/HBAs
Extended Memory
DIMM Slot Virtualization
VN-Link
Virtualizes the Network Port
FEX-Link
Optimized Scaling, Lower TCO
DCB/FCoE
Deterministic I/O
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Cisco UCS in Five Years
Demand for Data Center Innovation Has Attracted 33,000 Customers and
75% of Fortune 500
May '09
900
May '11
5,400
May '12
13,000
May '13
23,000
Aug '13
26,000
Dec '13
28,000
Feb '14
30,000
Apr '14
Rapid Rate of Adoption; Cisco UCS
Customers WW
33,000
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Cisco UCS #1 in North America X86 Blade Server
Market
Q3CY09 vs. Q1CY14 Vendor Shares1
2.4
%
Q3CY
09
Q1CY
14
Q3CY09 vs
Q1CY14
40.0
%
47.7
%
34.9%
34.4
%
0.1
3.6
%
%
2.0
%
9.2%
10.2%
0.1
%
0.5
%
0.1
%
0.5
%
0.9%
12.0%
0.0
%.5
1
%
Source:1 IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, 2014Q1, May 2014, Vendor
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• Stateless Chassis
• Stateless Servers
• Stateless Connectivity
• Simplified Connectivity
• Simplified Management
• Mobility of resources
• Leverage Assets
• Leverage Datacenters
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Building Block: 2 x FI + chassis
2 x Unified Fabric
Interconnects
Uplinks
to Existing LAN/SAN
(Embedded mgmt,
access layer for multiple
UCS chassis)
CHASSIS
REAR VIEW
2 x Fabric
Extenders
(I/O MUX, CMC)
6U chassis
(one or more)
CHASSIS
FRONT VIEW
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Stateless compute
blades w/ CIMC,
CNA, opt. HDDs
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Mgmt
LAN
SAN A
Any IEEE Compliant LAN
Any ANSI T11 Compliant SAN
Any ANSI T11 Compliant SAN
SAN B
One Logical Chassis to Manage*
LAN Connectivity
SAN Networking
Blade Chassis’
Server Blades
Rack Servers
Server Identity Management
Monitoring, Troubleshooting
etc.
*architectural limit of 320 servers with 160 servers supported as of 1.4(1)
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UCS Manager
Management resides in the Fabric Interconnect
UCS Fabric Interconnect
Fabric Extender is a logically part of the
Fabric Interconnect
UCS Fabric Extender – I/O Module
Inserts into Blade Chassis
Chassis is logical part of the Fabric Extender
UCS 5108 – Blade Chassis
Blade inserts into the Chassis
Blades are a logical part of the chassis
UCS Blade Servers
Industry Standard Architectures
UCS Mezzanine Adapters
Cisco Virtualized Adapter,
Emulex, Qlogic, Intel, Broadcom
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• Embedded device manager for family of UCS components
• Enables stateless computing via Service Profiles
• Efficient scale: Same effort for 1 to 320 blades
• APIs for integration with new and existing data center infrastructure
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• Each admin has
their view of:
• UCS Policies
•Qualify a given
compute node
against
requirements for
a given
application.
• UCS Pools
•Provide an
inventory of
resources a
compute node
needs.
Server
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Network
Storage
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Multi-UCS Manager
Unified Management
at Scale
Multi-UCS Manager
•
•
•
Data Center 1
Data Center 2
Data Center 3
UCS Manager UCS Manager
UCS Manager UCS Manager
UCS Manager
Unifies management of multi UCS domains
Leverages UCS Manager technology
Simplify global operations with centralized inventory,
faults, logs and server consoles
•
Foundation for high availability, disaster recovery and
workload mobility
•
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Delivers global policies, service profiles, ID
pools and templates
Model based API for large scale automation
This is an upcoming product—Feature set for first release subject to change
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MAC Address
NIC Firmware
NIC Settings
SAN
Connectivity
OS & Application
HDD Controller F/W
Controller settings
Drive Firmware
UUID
BIOS Firmware
BIOS Settings
Boot Order
BMC Firmware
BMC Settings
WWN Address
HBA Firmware
HBA Settings
Hardware State
abstracted from hardware
State
LAN
Connectivity
• Separate firmware, addresses, and parameter settings from server hardware
• Separate access port settings from physical ports
• Physical servers become interchangeable hardware components
• Easy to move OS & applications across server hardware
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Integrated Stateless Computing
 Attributes decoupled from hardware
components
Not just identity:
FW, Boot Device, BIOS, etc
Service Profile: DataBase
Network1: DB_vlan1
Network1 QoS: Platinum
MAC : 08:00:69:02:01:FC
WWN: 5080020000075740
Boot Order: SAN, LAN
FW: DataBaseSanBundle
Database
 Dynamic Provisioning
Deploy in minutes, not days
ESX
Simplified infrastructure repurposing
Seamless server mobility
WWW
Integrated with 3rd party tools
DataBase
Service Profile:
Profile: DataBase
ESX-Host
Service
Service
Profile:
WebServer
Network1: DB_vlan1
esx_prod
Network1:
Network1:QoS:
www_prod
Network1
Gold
Network1
QoS: Platinum
Network1
QoS:
Gold
MAC
:
08:00:69:11:19:EQ
MAC : 08:00:69:02:01:FC
MAC
:
08:00:69:10:78:ED
WWN: 5080020000075740
5080020000074312
WWN:
Boot
Order:
LOCAL
Boot Order:
Order: SAN,
SAN,
LAN
Boot
LAN
FW:
WebServerBundle
FW:
ESXHostBundle
FW: DataBaseSanBundle
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•RAID settings
•Disk scrub actions
•Number of vHBAs
•HBA WWN assignments
•FC Boot Parameters
•HBA firmware
•FC Fabric assignments for HBAs
•QoS settings
•Border port assignment per vNIC
•NIC Transmit/Receive Rate
Limiting
SAN
•VLAN assignments for NICs
•VLAN tagging config for NICs
•Number of vNICs
•PXE settings\
•NIC firmware
•Advanced feature settings
LAN
•Remote KVM IP settings
•Call Home behavior
•Remote KVM firmware
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•Server UUID
•Serial over LAN settings
•Boot order
•IPMI settings
•BIOS scrub actions
•BIOS firmware
•BIOS Settings
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SAN
LAN
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UCS Manager and
Fabric Interconnect
Infrastructure
Bundle
Fabric Extender
Chassis Management
Controller
Adapter
Server Bundles:
•B-Series Blade Server
Bundle
BIOS and CIMC
•C-Series Rack-Mount
Server Bundle
RAID and Disk
Rackmount
Server Firmware
• Easy change of firmware on servers from one version to another
• Mapping of applications with specific firmware through service profiles
• One step change of firmware for multiple servers
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Problems:
VMotion
VLAN
101
• VMotion may move VMs across
physical ports—policy must
follow
• Impossible to view or apply
policy to locally switched traffic
• Cannot correlate traffic on
physical links—from multiple
VMs
VN-Link:
• Extends network to the VM
• Consistent services
• Coordinated, coherent management
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Cisco Virtualization Interface Card
Cisco UCS VIC Differentiators:
•
Stateless computing: 256 PCIe devices (NICs or
HBAs)
•
High Performance Virtualization:
•
High Performance virtual network (VM-FEX)
•
Storage Performance
Market & Eco System Momentum
•
500,000 10Gb cumulative VIC ports sold in 24
months
•
Approx. 40% of total 10Gb blade server ports
•
Approx. 95% of UCS B-series attach
Storage Certified \ Multi OS Certified
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Flexible per chassis bandwidth allocation
1 Link
20 Gb per chassis
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2 Link
40 Gb per chassis
4 Link
80 Gb per chassis
8 Link
160 Gb per chassis
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SAN
Direct Attach
LAN
LAN Switch
SAN Switch
Direct Attach
FCoE Storage
FC Storage
Appliance
1 Link
20 Gb per chassis
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2 Link
40 Gb per chassis
4 Link
80 Gb per chassis
8 Link
160 Gb per chassis
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• Oversubscribe the port licenses for
UCS
Manager
much better costs
• 16 servers per UCS “virtual
chassis”
UCS 6100 or 6200
• Scale to 160 Servers is the target
(10 sets of 2232)
Nexus 2232
Nexus 2232
Single-wire becomes a cabling and
SW effort instead of HW
• C200M2, C210M2, C250M2,
10 Gb 1225 VIC
C200M2SFF, C260M2, C460M2
• Generation 2 IO adapters
Mgmt/Data Connection
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
Complex

Multiple HW vendors
 Physical sprawl
 Multiple management
tools

Inefficient

Higher costs
 More downtime
 Inconsistent with central IT

Rigid

No IT flexibility
 Not easy to scale
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
Scaleable solution for
office IT

Proven management
simplicity

Integration with std
management tools

Simplified management
for Central IT

Simplified networking
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Redundant
out of band
management
B200 M3
Blades
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Hot plug
redundant
power
supplies
Redundant
SFP+ Uplinks
10GBIt or
1Gbit
2 QSFP+
Scalability
ports
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
No compromise compute
capability

B200 M3 - feature rich,
two-socket half-width
server

Support for all CPU
configurations
 Up to 768GB DDR
memory
 Up to 40Gbit Bandwidth
per blade in UCS Mini
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
Easily connect to
upstream networks with
end host mode

SFP+ supports 10Gbit
&1GbE for future proofing

Redundant networking
capability built in

Simple expansion for
additional compute
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
Up to 8 Blades


Cisco UCS B200 M3
Up to 7 rack mount
servers

C220M3
 C240M3

Managed through UCSM
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iSCSI/NAS
iSCSI/NAS
iSCSI/NAS/FC/FCoE
iSCSI/NAS/FC/FCoE
ETH
1
ETH
1
ETH
2
Network attached storage
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ETH
2
Direct Attach storage
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B22 M3
B200 M3
B230 M2
B420 M3
B440 M2
Slots
1
1
1
2
2
Cores
16
16
20
32
40
DIMMs
12
24
32
48
32
Max GB
384GB
768GB
512GB
1.5TB
512GB
Disk
2 x 2.5”
2 x 2.5”
2 SSD
4 x 2.5”
4 x 2.5”
Raid
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1/5/6
0/1/5/6
Integrated I/O
Dual 10Gb
Dual 20Gb
No
Dual 20Gb
No
Mezz
1
1
1
2
2
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C22 M3
C24 M3
C220 M3
C240 M3
RU
1
2
1
2
2
2
4
Cores
16
16
16
16
20
32
40
DIMMs
12
12
16
24
64
48
64
Max GB
192GB
192GB
512GB
768GB
1TB
1.5TB
512GB
Disk
8 x 2.5” or
4 x 3.5”
24 x 2.5” or
12 x 3.5”
8 x 2.5” or
4 x 3.5”
24 x 2.5” or
12 x 3.5”
16 x 2.5” or 32
x SSD
16 x 2.5”
16 x 2.5”
LoM
2 x 1Gb
2 x 1Gb
2 x 1Gb
4 x 1Gb
2 x 1Gb + 2 x
10Gb
2 x 10Gb
2 x 1Gb +
2 x 10Gb
PCIe
Slots
2 x PCIe
5 x PCIe
2 x PCIe
3.0
4 x PCIe
3.0
6 x PCIe 2.0
6 x PCIe 3.0
10 x PCIe 2.0
USB Port
USB Port
USB Port
FlexFlash
USB Port
FlexFlash
USB Port
FlexFlash
USB Port
FlexFlash
eUSB
Internal
Storage
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C260 M2 C420 M3 C460 M2
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Integrated Design
Performance optimized
for any type of workload
Service Profiles
Agility and Reduced time
to deploy and provision
applications
UCS Manager
Role Based Management,
Automation, Ease of
Integration
UCS Central
Centralized Multi Domain
Management, Alerting and
Visibility
Unified Fabric
Simplified Infrastructure
Virtualized I/O
Security Isolation per
application, Scale, Improved
Performance
Form Factor
Independence
Supports both blades and rack
mount servers in a single
domain
Extended Memory
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Cost Effective Application
Performance, Scale
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Thank you.

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