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  1. 1. Cisco Data Center Training for IBM Changing the Economics of the Data Center Brent Anderson Systems Engineer – DataCenter IBM - Global © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  2. 2. Business Challenges © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Budget Constraints Security and Compliance 24x7 Business Business Agility Technology Trends Cloud Data Deluge Proliferation of Devices Energy Efficiency
  3. 3. By 2016, annual Internet traffic will reach 1.3 Zettabytes Facebook processes 500+ Terabytes of data daily 150 Exabytes global size of “Big Data” in Healthcare, growing between 1.2 and 2.4 EX / year AT&T transfers about 30 Petabytes of data through its network daily Increasing Demands on IT… 6.8B Mobile phones worldwide 118B E-mails sent daily from a total of 3.4B e-mail accounts; volume growing to 168B in 2015 450B Business transactions / day over the Internet by 2020 $155B Worldwide sensor market in 2011, forecasted to grow to $240B in 2016 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  4. 4. Percentage of Uncertain Data You are here. 2010 2015 Source: IBM Global Technology Outlook, 2012 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1023 Sensors & Devices Social Media VoIP Enterprise Data Data Growth: This is only the beginning!
  5. 5. Most Pressing Storage Challenges 2.6 Meeting SLAs on performance, availability or recovery Successfully troubleshooting potentially storage-related problems Time and/or budget to implement advanced storage features Time in planning/doing storage migrations/technology refreshes Quickly fulfilling storage provisioning requests Complexity in managing too many storage product Source: IDC, Storage Purchasing Trends Among US Firms, IDC QuickPoll Survey, July 2013, Doc # 243511 © IDC, Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 30.9 28.3 26.4 23.8 28.0 42.0 .0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 35.0 40.0 45.0 Other architectures % of respondents Businesses Must Adapt Excluding data growth, Satisfying SLAs is their Top Imperative / Challenge
  6. 6. Cisco Multi-Protocol Architecture for LAN and SAN Industry’s Broadest Switching Portfolio Cisco Nexus 5000 Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Single Point of Management © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Cisco Nexus 6000 Cisco Nexus 7000 Cisco Nexus 1000V Cisco Nexus 3000 Cisco MDS 9200 Series Cisco® MDS 9500 Series Cisco MDS 9100 Series Cisco Nexus 2000 10+ Years of Proven NX-OS Operating System From Hypervisor to Core B22 CONSISTENT and SIMPLIFIED Features, Management and Programmability
  7. 7. Multi-Protocol Storage Networking © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  8. 8. FC High Performance Data Center Connectivity FICON Mainframe Connectivity FCIP Long Distance Replication Connectivity iSCSI-NAS File and Block Over IP TCP/IP LAN Connectivity FCoE SAN Protocols LAN Protocols © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
  9. 9. Multi-Protocol Storage Networking © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  10. 10. Mainframe: LPAR, z/VM, Z-Linux IBM AIX: LPAR, VIO, P-Hypervisor, Converged I/O IBM X86: Hypervisor (ie Vmware,KVM, HyperV), Blade Chassis I/O consolidation, Converged I/O Cisco MDS with VSANs, IVR, NPiV, NPV Enhanced Ethernet and FCoE FCiP FC Prod. VSAN DEV VSAN TEST VSANs Multi-Protocol Support VDISK VDISK SVC IBM SAN Volume Controller Virtualized Disk of DASD systems © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public WAN
  11. 11. Cisco Extends SAN Intelligence to Virtual Server Deployments Fabric Scalability and Performance Resilient, high performance fabric to support large, dense VM environments Performance Monitoring and Trending VM-granular management and troubleshooting Quality of Service (QoS) VM-granular policy provisioning VSANs Isolate Fault Domains Increase availability, simplify troubleshooting, improve security Long Distance vMotion Seamless migration of applications between data centers NPIV V V V V V V SAN Fabric V V V V V V Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  12. 12. The MDS architecture has been designed to meet the following principles: • High Data Transfer Capability – Provide performance to meet customer requirements • Predictable Performance – All traffic in chassis has equal and consistent performance no matter traffic ingresses or egresses • Highly Available – Hardware components and Software features are design for maximum availability • Data Protection – Protect SAN and End devices from corrupted frames © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  13. 13. THE OF ANY DIRECTOR INDUSTRY’S MOST NOW! STORAGE DIRECTOR WITH INNOVATIONS UNMATCHED INVESTMENT PROTECTION for the Next Decade! © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  14. 14. WITHOUT FORKLIFT 1.5-Tbps/slot capacity © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public GROW SCALE FOR ANY SAN Up to 384 Line Rate ports with 48x16G FC or 48x10G FCoE 3X the PERFORMANCE of any Director MDS 9710 Director –Future-Proofing For Cloud and Massive Amounts of Data With Q1 CY14 NOW PRESERVE IT OPERATIONS and KNOWLEDGE Ease of migration With NX-OS and DCNM CONSISTENT OPERATIONS
  15. 15. The MDS 9710 is the next generation Fibre Channel Director from Cisco, designed for: • Highest Scalability in the Industry ‒ 50% more Line-rate 16G FC Ports than competition • Highest Availability in the Industry ‒ N+1 Fabric Modules protection1 provides zero impact to Application Bandwidth in the event of a fabric card or supervisor card failure • Investment protection for the next decade ‒ Three times backplane bandwidth2 than competition 1 With optional fourth fabric module installed 2 With six fabric modules installed © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  16. 16. MDS 9710 Chassis Supervisor Engine © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Fabric Module 48 Port 16G Line Card Fan Tray 48 Port 10GbE FCoE Module
  17. 17. 48-Port 16G Fibre Channel Line Card Cisco 16-Gbps Line Card Performance 48 x 16 Gbps ports, 768 Gbps Port Speeds 2, 4, 8, 10 and 16 Gbps Fibre Channel Optics (sfp+) 2/4/8G FC, 4/8/16G FC, 10G FC, 10GE (FC with 10GE clock) Port Types F, FL, E, TE, SD, ST Port Groups Twelve 4-port port-groups Intelligent Capabilities VSAN, IVR, FC Redirect Buffer-to-buffer credits Up to 500 per port, 4095 with Enterprise License (510km @ 16G) © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  18. 18. MDS 9710 PIDs Distance 16G FC SFP+ DS-SFP-FC16G-SW • OM1 -15M, OM2 – 35M • OM3 – 100M, OM4 – 125M DS-SFP-FC16G-LW • 10 km 8G FC SFP+ DS-SFP-FC8G-SW • OM2 -100M, OM3 – 150M • OM4 – 190M DS-SFP-FC8G-LW • 10 km DS-SFP-FC8G-ER • 40 km 10G FC SFP+ DS-SFP-FC10G-SW • OM1 – 33m, OM2 – 82 m, OM3 – 300 m DS-SFP-FC10G-LW • 10 km 10GE SFP+ SFP-10G-SR • 300 m SFP-10G-LR • 10 km SFP-10G-ER • 40 km 8G CWDM* DS-CWDM8G-xxxx • 25 km with CWDM Mux and Demux • 40 km point to point © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  19. 19. MDS 9710 48-Port FCoE Module Seamless Bridge FC SANs to Converged Networks MDS 9700 Chassis Use-cases  Create FCoE ISLs between N7K/MDS  Bridge Converged Networks to FC SANs  Enabling services such as FCIP to Converged Networks  High-density (48-Port) Line Rate FCoE Module  Supported in any MDS 9700 chassis 48-port 10-Gbps FCoE Line Card Benefits Q2’14 Preserves existing and continued investments in MDS 9700 FC Seamless interoperability between all MDS 9700 and Nexus platforms Preserve existing and continued investments in Fibre Channel © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1 9 © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  20. 20. Now With FICON Support MDS 9710 Preparing FICON topologies for 16Gbps and 32Gbps channels FICON | FCP | CASCADING | VSAN | CUP © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  21. 21. MDS 9710: Multi-hop FCoE: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutio ns/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/un iversity_of_siegen_external_casest http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ ns517/ns224/mds-linkedin-cs-11_08_13.pdf © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 21 udy_fnl_01_30_13.pdf http://www.cisco.com/en/US/ solutions/collateral/ns340/ns5 17/ns224/boeing.pdf http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/col lateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/NetApp_exter nal_casestudy_fnl_04_15_13.pdf http://www.cisco.com/en/US/s olutions/collateral/ns340/ns51 7/ns224/itochu_cs.pdf http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns3 40/ns517/ns224/molina_cs_10_31_13_final.pdf
  22. 22. • Each Fabric Module provides 220 Gbps of actual data bandwidth per slot, equivalent to 256 Gbps of Fibre Channel apparent bandwidth • Three fabric modules provide 660 Gbps of actual data bandwidth per slot, equivalent to 768 Gbps of Fibre Channel apparent bandwidth • With six fabric modules, the maximum per slot bandwidth is 1.32 Tbps of actual data bandwidth OR 1.536 Tbps Fibre Channel apparent bandwidth © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  23. 23. Switching Bandwidth per fabric card Host Port Number of Fabric 48 Port 16G FC Module © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Cards Front panel FC Bandwidth per Slot/ Total Bandwidth Full Line-Rate N+1 Fabric Card Protection 1 256 Gbps No No 2 512 Gbps No No 3 768 Gbps Yes No 4 768 Gbps/1024 Yes Yes 5 1280 YES YES 6 1512 YES YES Line-rate on 48-port 16G FC Module needs only 3 Fabric cards 1 2 3 4 32Gbps FC ready
  24. 24. Cisco MDS vs Brocade – 3x Performance 1536 1536 1536 1280 1280 1280 1024 1024 1024 768 768 768 512 512 512 256 256 256 0 0 0 Bandwidth- Gbps Bandwidth - Gbps Bandwidth - Gbps 1536 1536 1280 1280 1024 1024 768 768 512 512 256 256 0 Possible Front-Panel Bandwidth Per Slot Possible Front-Panel Bandwidth Per Slot Possible Front-Panel Bandwidth Per Slot 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number Of Fabric Cards Number Of Fabric Cards Number Of Fabric Cards Possible Front-Panel Bandwidth Per Slot Possible Front-Panel Bandwidth Per Slot 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bandwidth - Gbps Number Of CR Modules Number Of Fabric Cards Front-Panel FC Bandwidth / Slot 1 256 Gbps 2 512 Gbps 3 768 Gbps 4 1024 Gbps 5 1280 Gbps 6 1536 Gbps Number Of CR Modules Front-Panel FC Bandwidth / Slot 1 256 Gbps 2 512 Gbps Cisco MDS 9710 Brocade DCX 8510 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Future Proof Growth 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bandwidth - Gbps Number Of CR Modules Future Proof with MDS 9710 for 32G FC and 40G FCoE
  25. 25. 3X Less Latency – any port to any port © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  26. 26. MDS 9710 Director Highlights © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 14 RU MDS 9710 Standard Configuration Max Configuration Line Cards 8 Supervisor Modules 2 Fabric Modules 3 6 Power Supplies 6 8 Fan Trays 3 Chassis Height 24.35” (14 RU) Chassis Width 17.3” Chassis Depth 34" Line-rate 16G Ports/system 384 Airflow Front-to-Back 17.3”
  27. 27. MDS 9710 Details 8 payload slots (1.5T/slot) 6 fabric modules (behind fan trays) Redundant Supervisor Engines Front-to-back airflow 8 3000W AC/DC power supplies © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 14RU 3 fan trays Front Rear 32”
  28. 28. • New form factor 3000W power supply module • Autosensing voltage detection • Both AC and DC power supplies available • Can mix AC and DC power supplies in same chassis MDS © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  29. 29. • Maximum MDS 9710 configuration requires 3 power supplies to operate • Six power supplies provide grid redundancy, three per power grid Grid A Grid B © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Power Distribution Unit-B Power Distribution Unit-A
  30. 30. • New half-width form factor • 10/100/1000 Management port, RJ45 Console port, 2 x USB 2.0 ports SUP2A MDS 9500 SUP MDS 9710 Memory 2G 8G # of Cores 1 4 Clock Speed 1.4 GHz 2.1 GHz Instruction 32-bit 64-bit © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  31. 31. MDS 9710 MDS 9513 Maximum Ports Per Chassis 384 x 2/4/8/10/16-Gbps FC 384 x 10-Gbps FCoE1 528 x 1/2/4/8/10-Gbps FC 88 x 10-Gbps FCoE 176 x 1-Gbps Ethernet Line Card Slots 8 11 Supervisor Slots 2 2 Switching Fabric Slots 62 2 Switching Fabric 256 Gbps FC per fabric 128 Gbps FC per fabric FC Switching Bandwidth 24-Tbps 8.4-Tbps Physical Dimensions 24.5 x 17.37 x 34.0 in. 24.5 x 17.37 x 28.0 in. (H x W x D) Physical Dimensions (RU) 14 14 Weight Chassis - 185 lbs Power supply - 6 lbs Fabric module - 11 lbs Supervisor-1 - 7 lbs Chassis - 100 lbs Power supply - 32.5 lbs Fabric module - 5.75 lbs Supervisor-2/2A - 7.2 lbs Airflow Front to back Side to side Fan Tray Three fan trays at back Front and back fan tray © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  32. 32. MDS 9000 Portfolio Gen-1 (2Gb) FC-16 Supervisor-2/2A 4-port 10Gb FC Fabric-2 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Supervisor-1 MDS 9506 & 9509 IPS-8 FC-32 SSM MPS -14/2 MDS 9216 & 9216i Gen-2 (4Gb) 12/24/48-port 4Gb FC MSM-18/4 MDS 9222i MDS 9513 MDS 9124 & 9134 Gen-3 (8Gb) 24/48-port 8Gb FC 4/44-port 8Gb FC SSN-16 MDS 9148 EOL Gen-4 8Gb FLR Fabric-3 Fabric-3 32-port 8Gb FLR FC 4/44-port 8Gb FC 48-port 8Gb FC SSN-16 MDS 9148 EOS
  33. 33. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
  34. 34. MDS 9250i Multiservice Fabric Switch Next-Gen Storage Services Platform for Unified Fabric FCiP | FC | FICON | iSCSI | FCoE 2 Ports 10GE FCIP/iSCSI 1+1 Redundant Fans © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 2+1 Redundant Power Supplies Ethernet 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Features Line Rate Performance for • 16G FC, 10GE FCoE, 10GE FCIP, FICON, iSCSI Rich set of Storage Services for FC and FCoE SANs • FCIP, IO Accelerator (IOA), Data Mobility Migration (DMM), Integrated Management via Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Benefits Single Platform for deploying Storage Services across FC and FCoE Storage Area Networks (SANs) • High-Bandwidth SAN Extension across MAN/WAN • Migrate Data between FC and FCoE arrays MDS 9250i 40 Ports 16G FC 8 Ports 10GE FCoE
  35. 35. 16G FIBRE CHANNEL SWITCH FC TO FCOE GATEWAY DATA MIGRATION 10G FCIP MDS 9250i © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public MDS 9250i Migrate Data between Heterogenous Arrays BUSINESS CONTINUITY/DISASTER RECOVERY MDS 9250i IP WAN MDS 9250i FC MDS Nexus 9710 DWDM/ SONET Optical MAN FC FCoE FCoE FC FCoE Nexus Nexus
  36. 36. • SAN Extension is an integral component of SAN Business Solutions: ‒ Disaster Recovery – Protecting Data Through Offsite Data Replication and Backup ‒ Business Continuance – Restoration of Business After a Failure ‒ Business Resilience – Continued Operation of Business During a Failure ‒ Cloud Storage – Leveraging the Cloud for Data Storage • Solution dependent on available DCI network and the customer business requirements (RPO, RTO) © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  37. 37. • SAN Extension solutions typically divided into the following categories: Solution Solution FC FCoE FCIP Dark Fiber Replication - Synchronous 1, 2, 4, 8, 10, 16G 10GE 1, 10GE CWDM Replication - Synchronous 1, 2, 4, 8 10GE 1, 10GE DWDM Replication - Synchronous 1, 2, 4, 8, 10G 10GE 1, 10GE SONET/SDH Replication – Synchronous / Asynchronous, Backup 1, 2, 4, 8, 10G NA 1, 10GE FCIP Replication – Asynchronous, Backup NA NA 1, 10GE © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  38. 38. • SAN Extension distance is limited by two separate factors ‒ Physical Layer – How far can the optics transmit or how far does the interconnect go (dependencies on cable type and speed)? ‒ SW optics – < 1 km, ‒ MR optics – up to 4 km ‒ LW optics – up to 10 km ‒ ER optics – up to 40 km ‒ CWDM/DWDM optics – up to 40 km point-to-point ‒ Flow control – How many frames can I have in flight? ‒ FC – Determined by BB credits ‒ FCoE – Determined by interface buffers ‒ FCIP – Determined by the TCP window size • It is the combination of these two factors that determines how far a FC Presentation_solution ID can be deployed © 2012 Cisco and/o r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  39. 39. Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40
  40. 40. MDS Management • Device level configuration via Cisco © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 4141 CLI or Device Manager application • Initial product configuration • VSAN configuration • Port configuration • Manager SNMP security access • Manage alarms, events and notifications • View chassis, module, port status • Fabric wide configuration via DCNM SAN (Java) • Fabric wide configuration of port channels, FCIP, VSANs, etc • Topology view • Event monitoring • Fabric trouble shooting tools • Wizard-based fabric provisioning: verify changes before execution and reduce chances for human error • Real-time event forwarding for proactive storage network management and reduced response time IBM System Networking
  41. 41. Cisco Data Center Network Manager Advanced Key Feature: Dynamic Dashboards © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 42 The Summary Dashboard is configurable to display choices include: Health, Inventory, Traffic Flows, Connectivity, Used/Remaining Capacity IBM System Networking
  42. 42. Cisco Data Center Network Manager Advanced Feature Support and User Interface © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 43 • VMpath VM connectivity to network and storage • Standard & Custom Reports • Provisioning NX-OS features • Dynamic Topology Views • Image Management • Configuration Backup/Restore • Rule-based event filtering and forwarding • Threshold Alerting • Change Tracking and RBAC IBM System Networking
  43. 43. VM SERVER NEXUS SWITCH TRUNK / ISL © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 44 VMpath: End to End Performance Management • Troubleshoot Performance across virtualized compute and network domains • Understand the Impact of the path outage along with event description • Understand behavior of your applications over a period of time STORAGE PORT MDS SWITCH IBM System Networking
  44. 44. Click here for CLI Access Select switches to open and common credential © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  45. 45. Reduces risk when upgrading switch and storage arrays Prevents outages due to missing redundancy Reduces time to migrate and deploy infrastructure
  46. 46. SAN Host Path Redundancy Analysis What it looks for • Identifies non-redundant hosts • Exceptions policy for single path hosts • Optional storage array LUN check • Fix recommendation • Description of violation • Supports FC and FCoE • Runs every 24 hours or on demand N77 MDS N5K VMWARE Port Down on redundant fabric MDS MDS © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public STORAGE SERVER N5K MDS STORAGE MDS MDS MDS Missing Zone Time VSAN mismatch VSAN segmentation LUN visible through a single fabric only
  47. 47. • The snooze feature will prevent forwarding of configured alerts during specified time range. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 51
  48. 48. • Scaling work being done in 6.2(7) and beyond allows for greater flexibility in large scale SANs, especially for NPV environments Feature 6.1(1) - 6.2(5) 6.2(7) Phase-1 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Gibraltar (7.x) Phase-2 Flogi per line card 500 1000 1000 Flogi per NPIV core switch 2500 4000 4000 Zone members 16000 30000 30000 Zones 8000 16000 16000 Logins per fabric 10000 20000 20000 FCNS entries per fabric 10000 20000 20000 No of Domains 60 60 80 NPV switches/ NPIV Core Switch 105 105 105 Device Alias 8000 8000 20000 No. of VSANs per fabric 80 80 80
  49. 49. Fault Tolerance in SANs Addressing Misbehaving Devices Affected Host Misbehaving HBA • Port Guard – Shutdown the link after multiple errors Configurable thresholds (number of errors and duration) • Slow Drain Devices – Detect, Notify, Recover Detect - Monitor buffer credits and ASIC queues Notify - SNMP traps and System Logs Recover – Configurable multi-step recovery options Disable the port right away Attempt to recover through timeouts and frame-drops first © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  50. 50. Port-Guard  The Link failure can happen for any of the following reasons. - Cable cut (NOS/LOS) - In case of F ports, the connected device has rebooted - In case of ISL, the connected line card has rebooted - Too many bit errors due to bad SFP/Cable etc. - B2B buffer overflow condition - Hardware Recoverable errors  Once the condition is hit the link will be down with the ‘Error disabled - port down due to link failure’ as the reason. This reason will also be displayed in the ‘show interface’ command.  User will need to perform the following to bring the link up again. - ‘shut’ command followed by ‘no shut’ command - Note: By default, irrespective of if this feature is enabled or not, we shut down the port if the switch receives too many invalid flogi’s from a host. © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  51. 51. Port-Guard config using Device Manager © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  52. 52. Cisco Nexus B22 Fabric Extender for IBM FEATURES • Extends FEX connectivity into blade chassis • Cisco Nexus 5500/6000 Switch is a single management point for all the blade chassis I/O modules • End-to-end FCoE support BENEFITS: • 50% decrease in blade chassis I/O modules • 66% decrease in blade management points • Blade & rack networking consistency • Increased network resiliency Cisco Nexus B22 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public IBM
  53. 53. Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extender Cisco Nexus Parent Switch + Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender Virtual Modular System = © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  54. 54. Nexus 5500 Series FEX parent switch upgrade Nexus 5500 + Nexus 2000  Enhances POD with Layer 3 Intelligence  Enables Cisco Fabric Path  50% Reduction in Latency  40G Ready (future)  Scales to 1,000 hosts and 4K VLANs © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 65
  55. 55. FEX details Key Feature Cutlass Number of Ports 14 Internal server ports 8 External FET or SFP+ ports Speed 1/10Gb internally; 10 Gb externally Chassis management through I2C only; switch management through upstream Top of Rack Switch No CLI No Configuration No Ethernet NIC Minimal CMM interaction No apparent FSM interaction No SNMP or MIB support (though Director and FSM can interrogate CMM and upstream switch through standard Nexus supported interfaces) Max Computed Power 65.05w © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  56. 56. Part Number information The part number for the B22 Fabric Extender includes the following items: • One Cisco Nexus B22 Fabric Extender • Sixteen Cisco Fabric Extender Transceivers (Cisco part number FET-10G included only in 94Y5355) • Important Notices Flyer • Technical Update Flyer • Warranty Flyer • CRU/FRU Flyer • Documentation CD-ROM Note: Cisco Nexus B22 Fabric Extender, part number 94Y5350, comes without SFP or SFP+ (small form-factor pluggable plus) transceivers or cables. They must be ordered separately. © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Sold Exclusively by IBM and its Partners
  57. 57. Fabric Extender Connectivity Options  Direct Attached Copper (Twinax)  Fabric Extender Transceiver (FET) Fabric Extender Transceiver (FET) • Cost-effective N5K->N2K interconnect • SFP+ form-factor • Reach of 100M (OM3 fiber) • Incompatible with SR optics • Used for N2K interconnect only • Low power & latency  Single Reach (SR)  Long Reach (LR) © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  58. 58. Supported Adapters * The Embedded 10Gb Virtual Fabric Adapter is included in models of the x240 with model numbers of the form x2x. © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  59. 59. Connecting to Cisco network - Customer already owns Nexus ToR • Integrated Virtual Fabric and FCoE on compute node • Cisco FEX in chassis - unmanaged • Connects to existing or new Cisco network. LOM or CN4054 (pNIC, vNIC mode) V7000 B22 Cisco FEX Key value: Black line is FCOE Red line is Fibre Channel Yellow line is Ethernet Cisco SAN © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Nexus7K Nexus 55XX Nexus 55XX Adapter Integrated Switch FCoE Top Of Rack Switch SAN Switch Storage Target OS levels LOM & CN4054 4-port adapter (BE3) pNIC and vNIC modes B22 Cisco FEX Nexus 5548 / 5596 Cisco SAN FC: V7000, SVC, DSXXX Win2008 R2SP1, ESX 5.0 U1, RHEL 6.3
  60. 60. FEX Parent - Cisco Nexus 5548UP & 5596UP © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Mgmt 0, Console, USB Expansion Module • 16p Unified Ports • Fixed Unified Ports • Line Rate • 1/10GE & FCoE • 8/4/2/1 Native FC Redundant Fan Modules Redundant 750W AC Power Supplies Back of the Switch Front to Back Airflow Front of the Switch
  61. 61. FEX Parent - Nexus 6004 Chassis 12 QSFP ports 48 Fixed QSFP Interfaces Expansion Module © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 4RU 30”
  62. 62. FEX cable support plan – IBM cables © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  63. 63. FEX cable support plan – Cisco cables © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  64. 64. IBM and Cisco: How to design a state-of-the art data center and networking infrastructure combining Cisco and IBM solutions  IBM and Cisco Building Blocks for the Data Center  Physical Access Layer Evolution  Cisco Virtual Networking Solutions  Convergence of LAN and SAN  DCN Management and Automation  SDN and Cisco ONE  Reference Designs for Small, Medium and Large DCs Link to Redbook: http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/abstracts/sg248105.html?Open © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 75
  65. 65. • Hardware Q3CY14 ‒ 48-port 16G FC fixed fabric switch ‒ 1RU with field replaceable redundant power supplies and fans, with B2F air flow ‒ 10/100/1000 Ethernet, USB, and serial console for management access ‒ Base configuration of 12, 24, or 48 active ports • Software ‒ NX-OS SAN 7.x release • Licenses ‒ 12-port port upgrade license © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public
  66. 66. 5.2(8a) MDS Scope: Bug fixes Scope: Bug fixes 6.2(1) Scope: MDS-9710 * Not engineering committed 6.2(9) Scope: 16G 1RU, FC Scale, 9710 CTS Scope: Bug fixes 6.2(5) Scope: MDS 9250i, Pathtrace 5.2(8b) 6.2(3) Scope: bug fix release, plus FCR, CLI Helsinki* Scope: 9706, OnePK, TBD 6.2(7) Scope: FCoE on 9710, FC Scale, 16G FEC Q1 CY13 Q2 CY13 6.2(2) Q3 CY13 Q4 CY13 Q1 CY14 Q2 CY14 Q3 CY14 Q4CY14 FCoE: F2-NG (N7710/N7718) 5.2(8c) 6.2(6) FCoE with Ethernet vPC Gibraltar 7.0(2) FCoE over FEX on F2, FCoE on F2E (N7706) , FCoE Scale, FCoE over FabricPath Spine Nexus 7000 Helsinki* FCoE on F3 (10G/40G) 6.0(2)N1(1) N6004 w/ 12p 10/40GE LEM, FCoE 10G Base-T (N5596T), N2248PQ Illuka (Maint.) 7.0(1)N1(1) 20P 8G/10GE UP LEM (N6004), Nexus 56128, Nexus 5672UP, FCoE over FabricPath 6.0(2)N1(2) N6001P, iSCSI TLV (N5x) Illuka (Plus)* 7.1.x 16G FC GEM (N6K) FCoE over DFA (Leaf/Spine), 4-port VFC, IVR, Smart Zoning, FCoE with Switch-to-Switch vPC, FCoE Slow Drain (N6K) Illuka 7.0(0)N1(1) FC Slow Drain and Port Monitor (N55xx), FCoE Slow Drain (N55xx, N55xx w/ FEX), VFC Scale, iSCSI TLV (N6K) Nexus Fixed © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 78
  67. 67. New White Papers Large Scale Design Best Practices Using Cisco MDS 9500 Series and 9710 Multilayer Directors Large Scale Design Best Practices Using Cisco 9710 © 2012 Cisco and/o Presentation_ID r its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public Multilayer Directors Slow Drain Device Detection and Congestion Avoidance Design SANs with Detailed Best Practices Guides

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