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Enterprise Network Storage Architecture
Unbounded performance and capacity
Network Attached Storage Software Direct Attached
Storage Area Network
The lowest total cost of ownership
Direct Attached Storage(DAS)
Low Cost Solution Simple to Configure De-Centralized Storage No Storage Consolidation No High Availability Low Performance
Network Attached Storage(NAS)
Heterogeneous Environment Centralized Storage Low Performance Limited scalability Network Congestion during backups & Restore Ethernet Limitations
Storage Area Network
Heterogeneous environment Centralized Storage Management High Degree of Fault Tolerance Best and superior performance Storage Consolidation Fast and efficient backups and restores Dynamic Scalability Expensive solution for small setups
SAN Fibre Channel V/s NAS IP Reliable Extremely low CPU Overhead Large Blocks of Data LAN-free back-up Unreliable Extremely High Large Nos. of small Blocks Lan Back-up Applications managing own Applications driven by universal Data specs access to files .
Mid-Range Storage Features • Excellent ease of use • Virtualization • Dynamic virtual disk expansion • Business Copy functions • Continuous Access functions • High availability features • High. middle*. and low models and configurations • Multiple operating system support • Single pathing support for all operating systems • Coexistence with heterogeneous configurations .
Buisness copy Overview .
Continuous Access-Overview .
external point-in-time copies C1 Low end storage P Enterprise storage .Flex Copy Concept Features • Allows use of low end storage for low-cost point-in-time copies of production data • Point-in-time copy to and restore from Low end storage • CLI or GUI Configuration Benefits • Reduced TCO in mixed product/non-production • Offloads production data from secondary operations • Allows for distributed remote data and hi performance twostage backup/archive configurations Cost-effective.
Product Positioning .
Solaris) • Direct Connect support for Windows • Additional CA functionality • Support for native HBAs and HBA drivers • Additional snapshot and snapclone functionality .Additional Features EVA4000/6000/8000 Additional features unique to the second generation EVA • New controllers with improved performance. larger cache. more FC ports • Up to 200TB of presented capacity (versus 35TB for the first generation EVA) • Support for 1024 LUNs (first generation EVA was 512) • Support for active-active failover using multipath software for all operating systems • Increased support for boot from SAN (AIX. higher capacity support.
html .com/storage/arraywhitepapers .Useful Links Information sources :– HP Enterprise Virtual Array • http://h18006.ht ml – HP Command View EVA • http://h18006.www1.www1.hp.com/products/storage/softwar e/cmdvieweva/index.www1.hp.com/storage/arraysystems.htm – Whitepapers • http://h18006.hp.
Storage backup Overview And Architecture Arvind Shrivastava .
data can be easily recovered and made accessible. so that in case of a need (loss. • Fully-integrated Zero-Downtime backup with Instant-Recovery. heterogeneous SAN & NAS environments with thousands of servers. • Media management: easily manages the library catalogues to keep track of all media and copies of data for fast recovery. corruption. disaster). Most important features: • Automated backups that scale from small workgroups to multisite. What does it do? • Data Protection: copies data onto a storage device. .BACKUP SOFTWARE What is it? • Software that provides automated data protection for businesses with 24x7 availability needs.
Architecture Components manager of managers distributed GUI operations console cell manager cell clients .
Client-Server Modules cell console (CC) cell manager (CM) media agent (MA) disk agent (DA) .
Inter-process Communication (IPC) cell console network backup/restore disk agent local backup/restore tcp/ip cell manager tcp/ip disk agent tcp/ip scheduler shared memory session manager media agent session manager tcp/ip tcp/ip media agent .
How to choose between tape drives and tape libraries servers Tape drives • Servers are configured individually and backup device is connected directly to the server Autoloaders Tape Libraries • Multiple servers are configured together • Unattended backup • LAN or SAN based backup • Disk capacity to be backed up is more than 1 TB • Consolidation and centralized management is required • Storage external to servers in JBOD or disk arrays • Single/Multiple servers • Unattended backup • LAN based Backup • Disk capacity to be backed up is 200 GB • Disk capacity to be to 1 TB backed up is less than • Consolidation is 200 GB required • Cost conscious customer .
Relative Performance Ultrium 460 SDLT 320 Ultrium 215 Ultrium 230 Corporate/ networked backup 400GB DLT VS80 100GB Office Servers DAT 72 50GB DAT 24 Workstations DAT 40 25GB 6 12 25 50 100 200 Speed GB/hour (compressed) Capacity (compressed) Departmental/ local network 200GB .
Comparison Ba ck up ca pa city GB / hourTa pe Device DAT 12/ 24 DAT 20/ 40 DAT 72 DLTvs80 DLTvs160 DLT 80 (obs) SDLT 110/ 220(obs) Ultrium 215 Ultrium 230 SDLT 160/ 320 SDLT 600 Ultrium 448 Ultrium 460 Ultrium 960 Da te Tra nsfer Speed M B/ Sec N a tive 1.8 28.6 39.6 27 54 57.5 15 16 36 24 30 80 Com pressed 2.6 86.2 259.6 57.8 6 6 16 12 22 15 30 32 72 48 60 160 Da ta Ca pa city in GB N a tive 12 20 32 40 80 40 110 100 100 160 300 400 200 400 Com pressed 24 40 72 80 160 80 220 200 200 320 600 800 400 800 N a tive 4.4 108 288 m ax Com pressed 8.6 129.64 10.64 17.2 2.8 21.2 54 108 115.8 216 576 Complied by Ranganath Sadasiva .4 3 3 8 6 11 7.6 21.32 8.8 10.6 43.4 4.2 79.Tape drives – Speeds and feeds .28 21.2 172.
Features Features Required in any Backup software • Advanced backup to disk • • • • • • Oracle/SAP Integrations Zero Downtime Backup Split mirror Snapshot Snapclone Filesystem / application backup on inactive MC/SG node .
Overview – Advanced backup to disk Why backup to disk? Benefits • Fast random access allowing: – – – Fast single file restore Space efficient backup e. switching for recovery instead of restoring data from tape • Instant recovery • • • • • Faster restore of backup chains No tape streaming problems Ideal for RAID 5 Easy to detect disk failures More protected.g. e.g. it‟s not easy to steal a disk .
at leisure . • The time to create a replica is significantly reduced. tape backup can be created on the copied data. • The tablespaces are in backup mode (online backup) or the database is shut down (offline backup) only during the short period required to create a replica (split the mirror disks or create snapshots). •The Data Protector Oracle ZDB integration offers online and offline backup of your Oracle Server System (application system). Following its creation. .Advantages of ZDB The advantages of using Data Protector Oracle ZDB integration are the following: • ZDB reduces the performance degradation of the application system. using a separate backup system.
BACKUP CONCEPT-SPLIT MIRROR BACKUP .
ZDB Setup • True online backup for integrated applications • Split mirrors may used for instant recovery or resynced • No performance impact on applications during backup • Mirror synchronization before or after backup • Automatic mirror rotation • API based integration Application host XP P M 0 P – primary LDEV M M 1 2 Backup host M – mirror copy (MU0-2) .
Backup Software and Storage Integration Concept Client 1 Client 2 .
New HP Storage Products Arvind Shrivastava .
RISS Introducing… HP StorageWorks Reference Information Storage System What is RISS is and who wants it? .
The HP StorageWorks Reference Information Storage System (RISS) A cornerstone of HP ILM (Information Lifecycle Management ) A fully integrated and uniquely scalable system for access to reference information that… …reduces Total cost of Ownership. mitigates risk and turns data into information .
HP StorageWorks Reference Information Storage System • Manage Costs – Remove static data from application servers/storage Shorten backup windows Eradicate duplicate data objects – – • Mitigate Risks – Automated retention of messages & attachments Data is digitally signed. time stamped & protected Assist customers to meet their compliance requirements – – • Exploit Data Assets – – Power indexing! Grid computing for fast search/retrieval .
Scale is the Problem As the number of information objects grows… • cost of management increases • accessibility to the information decreases Access Time TCO $ Performance A B A A B C B C C A B C TCO # of content objects managed .
search and retrieval of information Modular. self healing grid computing and storage (smart cells) smart cell .HP StorageWorks RISS architectural benefits Client applications get added archive functionality (architecture transparent to them) „front end' Application integration with e-mail and MS Office „back end' Content is digitally signed and time stamped for regulatory compliance Objects in the RISS cannot be modified or deleted until end of retention period smart cell Clients User Application Application Integration Open protocol API RISS Application-independent indexing. redundant.
hp StorageWorks File System Extender (FSE) A General Overview Arvind Shrivastava .
• Enables automatic and transparent data movement between production (primary) storage media and secondary storage media.What is FSE? • HP StorageWorks File System Extender (FSE) is new-generation data management software that is part of the HP Information Lifecycle Management portfolio. . using simple userdefined rules.
Changing digital storage demands Stored data Majority is reference information Reference FSE attacks the costs of reference data Operational Time .
• Automatic error detection • FSE automatically detects drive and media hardware errors. • Infinite File System • FSE software supports LTO drive technologies for – LTO Ultrium 1 and LTO Ultrium 2 media. • NFS & CIFS support .FSE Basics • Based on Client/Server architecture. • WORM Support.
Managing storage spaces FSE storage spaces .
Optional second copy to tape 4. File recall from second copy if first unavailable secondary storage MSL tape library . Inactive files moved from SCSI to SATA disk MSA1500/ EVA secondary storage SATA/FATA disk 3. Automatic & transparent recall of migrated files 2.MSA/EVA & FSE production storage SCSI disk 1.
Contents What is the EFS WAN Accelerator? .
Web Traffic. Emails. FTP. Applications Stores All TCP Traffic On Disk Never Send The Same Data Twice Reduces WAN Traffic By Up To 98% Optimizes Application Protocol Behavior • Removes Most Round Trips for Chatty Apps Like Windows • Highly Effective for the Most Common Applications Optimizes the Behavior of TCP • Reduces “Chattiness” in TCP • Implements Latest TCP Optimizations Up to 100 Times Faster Throughput .HP EFS WAN Accelerator How Does it Work? Removes All Redundant TCP Traffic on WANs • • • • Files. Backup.
Not Enough Bandwidth HP’s Solution Scalable Data Referencing (SDR) Virtual Window Expansion (VWE) High speed TCP optimizations Transaction Prediction (CIFS.HP EFS WAN Accelerator Three-part Solution The Problem 1. MAPI) What it Does Remove repeated bytes from the WAN for all TCP traffic Optimizes performance of TCP Enables much higher throughput on “LFNs” Optimizes the performance of specific applications 2. Application Chattiness and Inefficiency . TCP Chattiness and Inefficiency 3.
HP EFS WAN Accelerator Management Features Overview EFS WAN Accelerator Manager • Provides central management of up to 500 appliances • Provides fleet management – – Monitors health. throughput & acceleration done Performs SW updates to groups of nodes • Separate product packaged as an appliance HP Proliant Management • HP Systems Insight Manager • Full Integrated Lights-out (iLO) support .
HP Storage Essentials Suite Storage Software Division Hewlett-Packard .
g..Unified Management of Server and Storage Infrastructure Storage Island Efficiency Consolidate infrastructure mgmt tools Centralize and automate routine tasks Improve deployment costs Lower training costs Deploy resources faster and more reliably Server Island Enable IT agility Increase availability Quicker time to problem resolution Manage systems remotely from any location Single point of integration between business process and IT infrastructure Specify SLA’s across entire infrastructure Consistent security model for entire infrastructure Quick access to business operation metrics (e. audit and usage reports) .
Essentials Server instances heterogeneous SAN management Develop custom reports for storage infrastructure Oracle Views . Assign tiers Oracle database availability and performance views Exchange database availability and performance views Sybase database availability and performance views File system scanning – reclaim wasted space Rollup reporting of multiple Storage Main console for open. heterogeneous SAN management Heterogeneous host to array path provisioning wizard Customize Reports Exchange Views Asset based chargeback management.Introducing HP Storage Essentials • Topology Maps Centralized Reporting Chargeback • Capacity • GUI & CLUI Provisioning • Performance • Policy Mgr File System Views Sybase Views 3rd Party/ HP Developed Enterprise Edition Provisioning Mgr Chargeback Mgr Oracle Viewer Exchange Viewer Sybase Viewer File System Viewer Global Reporter Report Designer Main console for open.
HP Storage Essentials – Enterprise Edition Main console for open. heterogeneous SAN management Capabilities: Application-to-LUN autodiscovery Topology visualization Dependency. & connection management Capacity management Real-time performance monitoring Advisors & Automators Enabling Features: Role-based security Event management Historical & predictive trends Reporting engine Policy engine OpenRAD and CLIs Topology Capacity Deployment on Windows 2003 . path.
events.HP Storage Essentials – Oracle Viewer Extends Storage Essentials capabilities "inside" Oracle databases to ensure availability and performance of database applications Capabilities: Discovers database instances. hosts. databases & tablespaces SAN dependency & path management “Closed loop” capacity management Real-time performance monitoring Role-based security Policies. reports .
Where is the Pain ? Under-utilized assets • Storage infrastructure • IT staff Cost of heterogeneous management is expensive and inefficient Application down time issues angers the customer • Troubleshooting is time consuming • Help desks are flooded Server consolidation/data center moves drives the budget On-going justification of the budget • What happened to all the storage? • Why do we need more now? When again? .
Key Qualification Questions Identifying the Pain Points How do you manage increasing storage capacity with flat or shrinking IT headcount? Do you have a SAN? Can you tell what the impact of a lost SAN element will be on your applications and users? How do you keep your staff trained on a wide range of device-specific element managers and tactical SRM tools that. proprietary agents that come with other solutions? Can you provision storage in real time to support new applications and projects? How do you comply with SAN change control and internal audits? . only add complexity? Do you want to replace the whiteboards and spreadsheets you’re currently using for SAN management with something that is more scalable and reliable? How do you avoid vendor lock-in and heavy. right now.
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