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Composable Infrastructure defined

Fluid resource pools


– Single infrastructure of disaggregated pools of compute, storage
and fabric that boots up ready for any workload
– Physical, virtual and containers
– Auto-integrating of resource capacity
Software-defined intelligence
– Template-driven workload composition
– Frictionless operations Unified API
Software-defined intelligence
Unified API
Fluid resource pools
– Single line of code to abstract every element of Infrastructure for full
infrastructure programmability
– Bare-metal interface for Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Composable Infrastructure

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Manage physical servers like virtual machines
Deploy at cloud-like speed using Image Streamer for fast time-to-service
Virtual machine operation Physical server equivalent
– Create VM template with OS – Create logical server profile with OS
– Deploy template to VM – Activate server profile on compute module
– Update VM – Update server profile
– Hibernate VM – Deactivate server profile
– Move VM – Move server profile
– Delete VM – Delete server profile
Server profile
HW config
OS config

Enhanced server profiles manage stateless compute modules like VMs

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HPE Synergy components

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Flexible design for a seamless transition into the datacenter
HPE Synergy 12000 Frame (front view)
1 2 3 4

Chassis—10U
1

Double-wide storage node


2

Half-height compute node


3
5
Full-height compute node
4

Redundant management appliance modules


5

Front panel / HPE Synergy Console


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HPE Synergy D3940 Storage Module
Drawer

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HPE Synergy Storage Module
Storage configuration
MS Object File ServerFile Server
– Configure the drives with any number of drives Exchange store

assigned to one of the compute modules


– Use
– HPE Synergy Composer
– HPE StoreVirtual VIrtual SAN Appliance (VSA)
software

VSA cluster

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Flexible design for a seamless transition into the data center
HPE Synergy 12000 Frame (rear view)

Three primary interconnect modules (ICM)


1

Redundant interconnect modules


2

Redundant frame link modules


3

Ten system fan modules (included)


4

Six titanium 2650W power supplies


5

1 2 3 4 5

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HPE Synergy Compute Modules

– HPE Synergy 480 Gen9


– HPE Synergy 660 Gen9
– HPE Synergy 620 Gen9
– HPE Synergy 680 Gen9

HPE Synergy 480 Gen9 v4 HPE Synergy 660 Gen9 v4 HPE Synergy 620 Gen9 v4 HPE Synergy 680 Gen9 v4
2-sockets 4-sockets 2-sockets 4-sockets
24 DIMMs 48 DIMMs 48 DIMMs 96 DIMMs

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Frame configuration example 1

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Frame configuration example 2

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Frame configuration example 3

Note Up to four storage


modules per frame are
supported with the Gen9
servers.

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Frame configuration example 4

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Signal distribution

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Mezzanine and interconnect module connectivity

ICM 1
ICM 2

ICM 1 – Fabric 1A Fabric 1


(A and B)
ICM 4 – Fabric 1B
Mezz 1
Compute

ICM 3
module

ICM 2 – Fabric 2A
Mezz 2 Fabric 2
ICM 5 – Fabric 2B
(A and B) ICM 4
ICM 5
Mezz 3
ICM 3 – Fabric 3A Fabric 3
(A and B)
ICM 6 – Fabric 3B ICM 6

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Compute module mezzanine and interconnect module connectivity
Best practices for placing mezzanine cards

– Storage—SAS primarily
ICM 1 – Fabric 1A Fabric 1
(A and B) – Chosen because storage modules use
ICM 4 – Fabric 1B mezzanine 1
Mezz 1
Compute
module

– Utility—Any type
ICM 2 – Fabric 2A
Mezz 2 Fabric 2 – Fibre Channel, Ethernet, InfiniBand, and so
ICM 5 – Fabric 2B
(A and B)
on (type C or D)
Mezz 3 – Networking—Ethernet
ICM 3 – Fabric 3A Fabric 3
– Chosen because mezzanine 3 is the
(A and B)
ICM 6 – Fabric 3B smallest physical slot (type C only)

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Synergy embedded management architecture
Next generation bandwidth and capabilities
Architecture Frame Link Module Appliances
– Is embedded into every Synergy frame – Provides shared frame services (power, – Dual hot-plug integrated appliance bays
cooling, auto-discovery and inventory of for redundancy
– Scales from 1 to 12 frames
all installed components, management – 10Gb integrated connectivity direct to
– Secures air-gapped 10GbE management interface, and so on)
Frame Link Module
network between frames – Provides Frame Link Topology (Ring)
– HPE Synergy Composer, Image Streamer
– Ensures uplink management connectivity through 10GBASE-T RJ-45 jacks and
– Two cables, regardless of the level of scale
inexpensive CAT6A cables – More options to come
chosen – Provides a walk-up diagnostic and
– Is redundant even in a single frame configuration link through the
DisplayPort and USB connections

Frame Link Synergy Image


Module Composer Streamer

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HPE Synergy Image Streamer
Managing stateless Compute Modules with a server profile Stateless
Server profile Compute Module

Physical state
– Network configuration
– Shared/data storage
configuration
– Firmware version
– Firmware configuration
HPE Synergy
Composer

Deployed software state


– Bootable OS type
– OS/App configuration

HPE Synergy Image – Physical state and deployed software state are maintained separately – Hardware does not need to
Streamer retain any state
from the physical compute node

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Synergy management network

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Scale up to twelve Synergy frames with one management ring

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Manage Synergy Demo

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Please give me your feedback
Session ID: TRNG4344 Speaker: Juan Llenas Rafales
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