Transforming Storage VPLEX, Martin Edquist, EMC.

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Presentation från EMC Online Fridays webinar av Martin Edquist, Sr Systems Engineer på EMC om hur man kan bygga högtillgängliga infrastrukturlösningar. Under rubriken ”AccessAnywhere, ProtectEverywhere” ges en introduktion om EMC VPLEX lagringsvirtualisering, RecoverPoint Continuous Data Protection och hur dessa kan kombineras för att uppnå heltäckande skydd mot både fysiska och logiska fel i din infrastruktur. Inspelningen finner ni på länken: https://emccorp.webex.com/emccorp/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=12109992&rKey=d461528dff5c2805

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  • 1. 1 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.AccessAnywhereProtectEverywhereApplication Availabilty andRecoveryMartin Edquist| Sr. Systems Engineer - EMC SwedenEMC RecoverPoint | EMC VPLEXT: +46 703 792070 | [email protected]

2. 2 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Active-Passive Data Center Design? 3. 3 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Automated FailoverLoad Balancing across sitesFederated data repositoryContinuous or HighAvailability of applicationsand dataHighly VirtualizedThe Distributed Data Center 4. 4 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Why distribute your Data Center?Increased Availability Both DCs serve Production workloads whilst providingresiliency for the other.Increased Asset Utilization Alternate DCs are expensive, normally with idle resources.Increased Performance (Locality of Data Access) Data does not have to be read from the Production site asthe same data is R/W accessible at both sites. 5. 5 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Disaster RecoveryBackup and Offsite ReplicationHigh AvailabilityApplication restart with limiteddisruptionContinuous AvailabilityApplication continues with nodisruption (Zero Downtime) 6. 6 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Planned Vs. Unplanned DowntimeWhat are you protecting against?80% of downtime is planned downtimeUnplanned downtime can be split.. 40% - Associated with OS, App and Db 25% - Operator error 20% - Hardware outages 8% - Environmental 7% - Network 7. 7 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.But what about site availability? 8. 8 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Why is VPLEX unique?VPLEX enables users to: Have the exact SAME information In two separate locations Accessible at the SAME time from both locations 9. 9 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Back-End Data Accesswith VPLEX 10. 10 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VPLEX AccessAnywhere Hosts at both sites instantly access Distributed VirtualVolume Synchronization starts at Distributed Volume creation WRITEs are protected on storage at both Site A and B READs are serviced from VPLEX cache or local storage. The loss of a storage array does not require a full sitefailover.Distributed Virtual Volumes 11. 11 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VPLEX WitnessCluster Arbiter Coordinates seamless failover Enables longer distance forstretched server clustersVPLEXWITNESS Provides 0 RTO for storagechanges or events 12. 12 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Application and Databaseswith VPLEX 13. 13 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Increased utilisation of physicalresources across sites. Failover of virtual machines betweensites in the event of a site disaster.Ensure ApplicationAvailabilityGet the business operational againfaster after an outageVPLEX Metro and Geo** - Check EMC SSM for supported combinations 14. 14 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Ensuring ApplicationAvailability VPLEX for RAC over distanceenables Continuous Availability Simplified deployment andmanagement (removes relianceon Oracle tool set) Managed as though its a single-site implementationStretched Oracle RACMan 2* - Check EMC SSM for supported combinations 15. 15 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Reduce PlannedDowntimeLive Migration Move applications seamlessly betweensites to reduce the need for plannedoutages due to maintenance work onstorage, fabrics, servers or sites. Jointly validated VCE architecture usingCisco Overlay Transport Virtualisation toreduce impact of required stretched IPsubnets between sites.VMware with VPLEX MetroHyper-V with VPLEX Metro or Geo 16. 16 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VPLEX Architecture andPackaging 17. 17 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Introducing EMC VPLEXsingledualquad What is it? A new federation HW and SW platform that canextend storage beyond the boundaries of the datacenter Located in the SAN to present hosts with a federatedview of EMC and non-EMC storage What is unique? Distributed coherent cache 1/2/4 I/O Engines To Scale Performance N-1 resiliency Architected for Global Apps Non-Disruptive Forever 18. 18 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Meeting Todays Business and IT NeedsWithin a data centerVPLEX Local VPLEX MetroAccessAnywhere atsynchronous distancesVPLEX GeoAccessAnywhere atasynchronous distances 19. 19 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VS2 VPLEX EngineLeverages EMC storage engine platform for Five 9s availabilityCOM interfaces provide inter-director communicationfor scalable I/O processing and distributeddeployment4 front-end 8 Gb/s FC ports per director4 back-end 8 Gb/s FC ports per directorLarge distributed cache maintains localityinformation, enabling fast cache read performanceIntel Westmere multi-core processorsHost & Array PortsCore CoreCore CoreCore CoreCore CoreHost & Array PortsCore CoreCore CoreCore CoreCore CoreFront End Back End Front End Back EndEngineDirector A Director BDistributedCacheDistributedCacheInter-ClusterCOMBAIntra-ClusterCOMBAInter-ClusterCOMBAIntra-ClusterCOMBA 20. 20 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.VPLEX Cluster Configuration OptionsSTART SMALL, AND SCALE UP AND OUT TRANSPARENTLYSINGLE ENGINETwo directors16 Fibre Channel ports64 GB cacheDUAL ENGINEFour directors32 Fibre Channel ports128 GB cacheQUAD ENGINEEight directors64 Fibre Channel ports256 GB cache 21. 21 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.ProtectEverywhere 22. 22 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.What is RecoverPoint?Continuously replicating data within SAN or betweenSANs (via IP or FC) on a block levelSynchronously or asynchronouslyWith a journal of virtually unlimited point-in-timesnapshotsWith compression and deduplication 23. 23 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Any Point-in-Time RecoveryTraditional recovery methodsNightly backups, snapshots, mirrored imagesplagued by time gaps, corruptionRecoverPointRecovery to any point in time Mount image to any host in SAN Full read/write access to imagewithout protection lossUse recovered image for a variety of purposes Operational recovery Backup, testing, or decision support Reporting 24. 24 Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Mobility. Availability. Collaboration.AccessAnywhere ProtectEverywhereVPLEX LocalWithin A DataCenterVPLEX MetroAcross Data CentersSynchronousDistancesVPLEX GeoAcross Data CentersAsynchronousDistancesRecoverPointOperational And 3rdSite Recovery