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UCS Innovation
Continued Excellence!
•  V6.1 – www.cisco.c...
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Legal Disclaimer
Many products and features described herein
remain in varying stages of development and
will be offered...
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Cisco Data Center Vision
Defined by Applications. Driven by Policy. Delivered as a Service
BUSINESS
REQUIREMENTS
Compute...
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Unified Computing: Inspired by Customer Needs
Help Me:
Industry in Transition
•  Reduce complexity that drives
OPEX
•  G...
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Cisco UCS Strategy
§  Address new customer use cases
with expanded portfolio
§  Deliver solutions and validated
designs ...
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Cisco UCS: Driving Business Outcomes
Proven value and over 48,000+ customers world wide
“We’re able to offer leading-edg...
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Delivering Solutions Through the Power of the Ecosystem
Business Apps Databases
Analytics and
Big data
Cloud Apps
Collab...
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UCS Integrated Infrastructure
Exclusive in the top 2 solutions (FlexPod and Vblock)
and ~50% in the #3 solution (VSPEX)*...
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Cisco UCS Portfolio
Servers VIC Management Automation
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UCS Manager
Comprehensive Role-Based
Management and Automation for
Ease of Integration and Operation
Unified Fabric
Bes...
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•  Simplified management
•  Physical resources deployed
through APIs and policies
Infrastructure Requirements Ideal Inf...
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UCS Manager
GUI
UCS Manager
CLI
Packaged Systems
Management Software
User Developed Portal,
Tools, Utilities
…
Embedded...
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Wire-Once Infrastructure- What if your needs change?
Operational Flexibility for Workload Mobility
Infrastructure
Stand...
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This is what a fully cabled chassis looks like…
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UCS Service Profiles
Configuration Portability
SIM Card
Identity for a Phone
Service Profile
Identity for a Server
UCS ...
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•  Abstraction of bare metal
configuration
•  Encapsulated in Cisco
service profiles
•  Available through
an intuitive ...
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Policies Used to Create
Service Profile Templates
Service Profile Templates
Create Service Profiles
Associating Service...
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Unified Management
Blade and Rack Servers Managed a Cohesive Resource Pool
UCS Manager
C-Series Rack
Optimized Servers
...
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UCS Portfolio & Innovations
COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION
UCS Core
Blade and Rack
UCS Fabric UCS Mini
C3000 S...
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UCS Manager
u COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AND
AUTOMATION
u  Unified Release across UCS portfolio
Merged UCS Mini, Modular ...
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Key Market Transitions and Investment Focus
Cisco Confidential
Greater Agility
Flexibility and
Scale
DevOps IT Storage ...
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Cisco UCS M4 Series Servers
Continuing a Tradition of Versatility and Industry-Leading Application Performance
UCS B200...
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UCS Compute Portfolio
Performance Optimized for Bare Metal, Virtualized, and Cloud Applications
UCS C460 M4
4 RU - Four...
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Cisco C880 M4 Rack Server
High Performance Analytics Platform Built with SAP HANA in Mind
192 DDR4 DIMM Slots
Up to 186...
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Next Gen NVIDIA GPU “MAXWELL”
Coming Jan 2016
M60 M6
GPU Dual High-end Maxwell Single High-end
CUDA Cores 4096 1536
Mem...
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UCS Mini
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UCS Mini B200 M3/M4 Blade Server
B420 M3 Blade Se...
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Placing Computing at the Source of Demand
Core Data Center
UCS Management
Sensor Data
Retail, Sports and
Entertainment
...
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Cisco UCS Mini Solutions
Two Nexus 93xx or 3524 switches
CISCO NEXUS 3548P-10GSTAT
ID
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ...
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UCS Composable Infrastructure
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Monolithic Servers Are Not the Best Answer for all
types of Workloads
What’s Required?
•  Total server subsystem disagg...
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Composable InfrastructureOperatingExpense
High
Static Dynamic
Flexibility
Low
Traditional Infrastructure
Composable Inf...
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§  Optimize application performance
§  Achieve best ratio of compute to I/O
to storage
§  Reduce under-utilization and/...
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Cisco Composable Infrastructure
•  M-Series for compute intensive applications
•  C3260 for data intensive applications...
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Cisco UCS C3000 Capacity Optimized Server
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Compute Resources
Storage Resources
Shared Local Resources
Designed for large unstructured data repositories, media str...
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C3160 Rack Storage Server
•  Single Server Node
•  40Gbps Connectivity with 4x10Gbps
•  Standalone CIMC and CIMC Superv...
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Use Cases for the UCS C3000 Server Family
Service Providers
Public Sector
Service Providers,
Enterprise
Software Define...
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Modular Architecture of the UCS C3000
Note: Only difference between C3160 and C3260 is SIOC
HDD
4 Rows of hot-swappable...
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Cisco UCS M-Series
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Cloud-Scale Inverts Computing Architecture
Core Enterprise Workloads Cloud Scale
Many
Applications
Server
Single
Server...
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Shared Local Resources
PCIe
Compute Cartridges
UCS M Series
Shared Local Resources
Improved utilization of resources
Re...
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Shipping: M142, M1414, M2814
•  Cisco’s first composable infrastructure offering
•  Based 0n Cisco System Link Technolo...
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UCS M-Series
Current Portfolio of Cartridges
UCS M142 UCS M1414 UCS M2814 Xeon D
Density 16 Single Socket Servers in 2 ...
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UCS M-Series Composable Servers
UP TO
77% Faster
Provisioning
UP TO
8x Server
Density
UP TO
95% Fewer
Peripherals
UP TO...
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Enterprise Compute
for Edge Scale
Mid-Market, Branch
Office and Remote
Site
Core Data Center Applications
Mid-Market, E...
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Cisco UCS Fabric & Internal Storage Options
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3rd Gen Cisco VIC
The ultimate engine for true stateless computing unleashes maximum
network bandwidth, features and pe...
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UCS 3rd Gen VIC 1387
Enabling Server Virtualization Deployments
UCS C-Series Rack Servers
40Gb Ethernet and FCoE Suppor...
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UCS Fabric Interconnect Portfolio
UCS 6296 & 6248
UCS 6120 & 6140
UCS 6332 & 6332-16UPUCS 6324 (Mini)
SHIPPING EOL
10Gb...
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UCS FI & Fabric Extender Overview
Enabling a high-performance, low-latency & lossless fabric
FI 6300 Series and 2304 Fa...
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UCS FI & IOM Models
FI 6332
•  32 x 40GbE QSFP+ ports
•  2.56Tbps switching performance
•  1RU fixed form factor, two p...
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Console!
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Intel
Inside
XEON
UCS
C240 M4
A03-D300GA2
10K SAS
300GB
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A03-D300GA2
1...
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New Internal Storage Options on UCS
The most powerful in-server storage experience
•  Flexible capacity point options (...
Thank you.
For more information please visit:
www.cisco.com/go/datacenter
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Cisco UCS Management – Time Permitting or Leave Behind
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Cisco UCSD Turn-Key Solution Overview
Self Service
Portal
UCSD Unified Infrastructure Controller
Multi-tenant & integra...
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Automate Service Delivery
Architect Design Where Can
We Put It?
Procure Install Configure Secure Is It
Ready?
Manual
Ca...
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Administrators à Policy Makers à Automation
Look Familiar?
Access configuration, VLAN,
VSAN, Security, and Hardening
Op...
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§  Radically streamlines provisioning & management of data
center infrastructure services
§  Infrastructure service del...
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Unified Data Center Management
OS and
Virtual
Machines
Storage
Network
Compute
Tenant
B
Tenant
C
Tenant
A
Virtualized a...
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UCS Director Value
UCS Director
Acts as orchestra conductor across: compute, network, storage & virtualization
Replaces...
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Transform Manual to Self-Service Delivery
Self-Service
•  What to offer
•  How to deliver
•  Who’s using what?
Manual R...
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Inventory
•  FI, Chassis, FEX, Servers
•  Orgs, SP, Pools, Policies
•  Installed Firmware
•  Rack server FEX
•  Server ...
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Administrator’s Dashboard
•  Rapid configuration and monitoring
•  Customizable view
•  Quick status across critical co...
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UCS Domain Operational Snapshot
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UCS On-Demand Trend Data
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UCS Data Center Reports
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Utilization Reports
VM Count by Group
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Default Group DEMO-Group
NumberofVMs
<20% 20%-4...
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Converged Infrastructure View
Unified View for Pod based Infrastructure o  Sites allow location based
organization of r...
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Introducing UCS Director Orchestration and Workflows
ü  Resume Worfklow
ü  Rollback
ü  Deprovision
ü  Approvals
ü  Publ...
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Drag ‘n Drop Workflow Creation
Orchestration, Workflow and Tasks Defined
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§  BU Approved Workflows and Custom Tasks are posted on
Cisco Communities under UCS Director Workflows category
Workflo...
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OS and Apps
Hypervisors
Typical Integrated Infrastructure Customer Pain Points
Time to
Value
•  In order to deploy inte...
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Common Integrated Infrastructure Customer Questions
Network Storage AppsCompute Virtualization
?
UCS Performance Manage...
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Cisco UCS Performance Manager
Out-of-box monitoring
rules and thresholds
UCS Integrated
Infrastructure
VMsComputeNetwor...
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Virtual appliance for performance
and capacity management for Cisco
integrated infrastructure
WHAT
Enables active perfo...
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UCS Performance Manager
Features and Capabilities
Single console for device health and performance
monitoring (compute,...
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•  Monitor global resources and the health of the UCS Central instance
UCS Central
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Determine if IOM server
ports, Ethernet uplinks, FC
uplinks are congested now
or historically
Provides Visibility into ...
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Compare current and
historical performance
across integrated
infrastructure components
to find constraints
Key point:
T...
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•  Works across compute, storage, network,
and defined workloads
•  Supports VCE Vblock, NetApp FlexPod, EMC
VSPEX, and...
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UCS Performance Manager (IE w/ UCS Director)
Compute
Physical
Infrastructure
Virtual
Infrastructure
Network
Storage
Fle...
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UCS Central Features
Provides 5 Key “Global” UCS Functions:
1.  Information Dashboard
•  Inventory
•  Faults / Logs
•  ...
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UCS Central: What Is It?
•  External, VM-based management appliance
•  Download as .OVA or .ISO from cisco.com
•  Archi...
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§  Simplified, Centralized Management
§  Based on UCS Manager, which remains the
execution engine
§  Global policies ar...
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Why Should Customers Use UCS Central?
Feature Functions Benefit
Information Dashboard Centralized hardware inventory, c...
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UCS Family Element Management
Shared Policies Cross Family Driven Management
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Define Policies
UCS Central
UCS Manager...
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Usage Analysis – Numerous Enhancements
• Show the user what policies, h/w is being used by what
GSPs before deleting
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IMC Supervisor enables:
§  Hardware Health Status (Monitoring)
§  Platform Hardware Inventory
§  Platform Management wi...
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Presented in List & Graphical views
Monitoring Data
Fault Data is available:
§  Globally
§  Filtered by Group
§  Dashbo...
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§  Platform Information (Summary)
§  Processors
§  Memory
§  Power Supplies
§  PCI Adaptors (Including VIC)
§  Network ...
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Perform Platform Management Tasks including:
§  Launch vKVM
§  Power On
§  Power Off
§  Shut Down
§  Power Cycle
§  Lau...
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Call Home E-Mail Alerting
E-Mails can be configured to
send when there is a fault on
managed system
1.  Fault Recorded
...
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Manage firmware across systems
§  Download Firmware with Cisco ID (C220 M3/C240 M3)
§  Use existing (CIFS/NFS) reposito...
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Systems can be discovered:
§  By Individual System
§  By Discovery Profile
§  IP Range
§  Subnet
§  Comma separated li...
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Introducing one-touch for UCS Integrated Infrastructure
Ecosystem Play - Starting with FlexPod, Nimble and more
•  Fro...
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FlexPod one-touch Addressing Day Zero
§  Start with:
§  Delineated hardware and software
§  Precise cabling
§  Be awar...
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Cisco UCS Management Appliance
§  Provide a better out of the box integrated
management experience for UCS based
manag...
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Cisco UCS Management Appliance Configuration
Appliance Manager
Cisco UCS Management Appliance UI
Cisco UCS Management ...
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FlexPod one-touch Connectivity
Existing Customer switch
Legend
Management
Network
Storage
Compute
! !
PORT0
PORT1
CIMC...
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Cisco Services and Our Partners
We Accelerate, Optimize and Sustain Success
What now?
Optimization
Services
Allow you ...
Thank you.
For more information please visit:
www.cisco.com/go/datacenter
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New Constructs in UCS
Director
1.  Self Service Portal
2.  Converged View
3.  Virtual Data Centers
4.  Orchestration
5...
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Most comprehensive converged
infrastructure solution for UCS based
environments
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UCS Task Library
Rapid Creation of
Orchestration Workflows
•  Over 50+ UCS Tasks OOTB
•  Drag ‘n drop creation
UCS Tas...
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Day 0
•  Racking
•  Power-ON
•  Cabling
•  Setup à
OOTB, NTP
Configure
system
•  Timezone
•  Users/Role
•  Global
poli...
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Use Case
Bare Metal Provisioning automation
with Orchestration, Workflows
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§  Pre-Boot EXecution Environment
§  Supported by major hardware and OS vendors
§  Ease of deployment/provisioning mul...
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HTTP
TFTP
DHCP
PXE
Image Repo
BMA
UCS Director
Bare Metal Server
PXE Record
MAC Address
Mgmt VLAN
IP Address
Network m...
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§  Provisioning is just a small piece of the overall solution
§  All the groundwork needed to deploy a server
§  Neste...
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Deployment Automation Scenario
Automating Server Deployment within a Single Work Flow
Create
VLANs
Update
Trunks
Creat...
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§  Application Containers span Physical & Virtual
Infrastructure
§  Automation for ACI-based and Nexus 1000V-based
fab...
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1.  Automation & Agility through UCS Director as the
management plane:
•  Container Templates, No CLI experience
•  Si...
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“Out of the Box” Compliant VACS Containers
“Out ...
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Current Complexity to create virtual logical separation
VACS provides the compliant containers in few clicks! Masks
al...
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§  APIC delivers automated network services designed for each application
§  UCSD binds network services with compute,...
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L4-L7Services
Server Load
Balancer
Application Infra. provisioning with UCS-Director : 100% VMs
Tenant Self-
Service U...
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L4-L7Services
Server Load
Balancer
Tenant Self-
Service User
1
Select App
Catalog
Pushes App
Profile
UCS Director
ACI ...
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L4-L7Services
Server Load
Balancer
UCS Director brings together APIC and UCS
Application Infra. provisioning with UCS-...
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Automates infrastructure for multi-site
application deployment
§  Supports VMWare Site Recovery Manager
§  Protects vi...
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Cisco UCS Director
•  A multi-vendor, multi-tenant, multi-hypervisor provisioning and management solution that
provide...
Thank you.
For more information please visit:
www.cisco.com/go/ucsdirector
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  1. 1. John Lawrence Consulting Systems Engineer Hawaii Tech Days 2016 UCS Innovation Continued Excellence! •  V6.1 – www.cisco.com/go/datacenter
  2. 2. 2 Legal Disclaimer Many products and features described herein remain in varying stages of development and will be offered on a when-and-if-available basis This roadmap is subject to change at the sole discretion of Cisco and Cisco will have no liability for delay in the delivery or failure to deliver any of the products or features set forth in this document !
  3. 3. 3 Cisco Data Center Vision Defined by Applications. Driven by Policy. Delivered as a Service BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS Compute CloudNetwork BUSINESS OUTCOMES Policy Policy Policy Business Agility New Business Models Lower TCO
  4. 4. 4 Unified Computing: Inspired by Customer Needs Help Me: Industry in Transition •  Reduce complexity that drives OPEX •  Get the most out of virtualization •  Automate and move faster •  Get ready for cloud Cisco UCS Virtualization Compute & Flash Acceleration Network and Storage Access Operational Simplicity Application Centricity Platform for IT Innovation
  5. 5. 5 Cisco UCS Strategy §  Address new customer use cases with expanded portfolio §  Deliver solutions and validated designs that reduce complexity and time to deploy §  Expand the depth of Integrated Solutions and Management Ecosystem §  Deepen the Differentiation Intercloud Secure and efficient transport of workloads between public and private clouds Open Open Source Standards Powerful Ecosystem of Industry Leaders Policy Application Centric Automation and Governance
  6. 6. 6 Cisco UCS: Driving Business Outcomes Proven value and over 48,000+ customers world wide “We’re able to offer leading-edge solutions to our customers and continue to expand our business.” Reduction in Provisioning Times 84% Reduction of Management Costs 61% Reduction of Power and Cooling Costs 54% Cabling Reduction 77% World-record Performance Benchmarks 100+ “Our Cisco Unified Computing System decision is a game-changer.” Wes Wright CIO, Seattle Children’s Martin Breslin Infrastructure Architect, SEI “With Cisco UCS, we can adapt much more quickly to user demand.” Mark Adams VP Information Technology, HireRight Source: Cisco UCS Changing the Economics of the Datacenter, Customer Case Studies, Cisco UCS Performance Benchmarks
  7. 7. 7 Delivering Solutions Through the Power of the Ecosystem Business Apps Databases Analytics and Big data Cloud Apps Collaboration Applications Desktop Virtualization Cisco UCS Cisco Nexus Cisco Unified Management Storage Partnerships VBLOCKHDS UCPFLEXPOD VSPEX HANA & BWA UCS Integrated Infrastructure
  8. 8. 8 UCS Integrated Infrastructure Exclusive in the top 2 solutions (FlexPod and Vblock) and ~50% in the #3 solution (VSPEX)* UCS Integrated Infrastructure Cisco UCS Cisco Nexus UCS Director VblockFlexPod HDS UCP SelectVSPEX SmartStack *IDC Worldwide Integrated Infrastructure and Platforms Tracker, April 29, 2014 VersaStack UCS for Red Hat OpenStack Cisco is #1 and a partner in ~69% of all Integrated Infrastructure*
  9. 9. 9 Cisco UCS Portfolio Servers VIC Management Automation
  10. 10. 10 UCS Manager Comprehensive Role-Based Management and Automation for Ease of Integration and Operation Unified Fabric Best-of-Breed Cisco Networking for Powerful Simple Operation With FEX Architecture, FCoE, Unified Ports Virtualized I/O Innovation for Scalable Flexibility With Industry Leading Performance and a Certified I/O Stack Compute With NO Compromise Support for Both Blade and Rack-Mount Servers in a Single UCS Managed Domain Unified Computing Product Innovation STANDARD API’S XML API
  11. 11. 11 •  Simplified management •  Physical resources deployed through APIs and policies Infrastructure Requirements Ideal Infrastructure Infrastructure Capabilities Matter More Than Ever •  Integrated compute, network, and storage resources •  Resource abstraction •  Standardized services with front-end portal •  Rapid scalability of virtual and physical •  Automated deployment SELF SERVICE CONSUMPTION MODEL ELASTIC RESOURCE ALLOCATION RAPID PROVISIONING SIMPLIFIED INFRASTURCTURE
  12. 12. 12 UCS Manager GUI UCS Manager CLI Packaged Systems Management Software User Developed Portal, Tools, Utilities … Embedded Device Manager •  Discovery, inventory, monitoring, diagnostics, statistics collection, configuration Unifies many UCS HW components into a single, cohesive system •  Adapters, blades, chassis, fabric extenders, fabric interconnects APIs for integration with new and existing data center infrastructure •  SMASH-CLP, IPMI, SNMP •  XML SDK for commercial and custom implementations Key feature: Service profiles •  Coordinated deployment to managed endpoints
  13. 13. 13 Wire-Once Infrastructure- What if your needs change? Operational Flexibility for Workload Mobility Infrastructure Standardization Results in Application Agility Flexibility of Running File and Block on Same Infrastructure Unprecedented Operational Simplicity FC FCoE NAS/iSCSI Unified Fabric FC, FCOE NAS “Wire-Once” Fabric Computing Infrastructure Unified Compute Virtual Workloads
  14. 14. 14 This is what a fully cabled chassis looks like…
  15. 15. 15 UCS Service Profiles Configuration Portability SIM Card Identity for a Phone Service Profile Identity for a Server UCS Service Profile Network Policy Storage Policy Server Policy
  16. 16. 16 •  Abstraction of bare metal configuration •  Encapsulated in Cisco service profiles •  Available through an intuitive GUI, CLI, or XML API •  Over 9000 objects in system management model Programmable Infrastructure UCS: Bare Metal Abstraction It Matters in Time!! Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Server or C- Series Rack-Mount Server Cisco Virtual Interface Cards Automated, Policy-Based Configuration of Entire Hardware Stack Network Interface Card (NIC) Configuration: MAC Address, VLAN, and QoS Settings; Host Bus Adapter HBA Configuration: Worldwide Names (WWNs), VSANs, and Bandwidth Constraints, and Firmware Revisions Cisco Service Profile
  17. 17. 17 Policies Used to Create Service Profile Templates Service Profile Templates Create Service Profiles Associating Service Profiles With Hardware Configures Servers Automatically UCS: Embedded Automation Integrated, Policy-Based Infrastructure Management Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Subject Matter Expert Define Policies 1 2 3 4 Network SME Server SME Storage SME
  18. 18. 18 Unified Management Blade and Rack Servers Managed a Cohesive Resource Pool UCS Manager C-Series Rack Optimized Servers B-Series Blade Servers Service Profile: HR_App1 VNIC1 MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:2E HR_WEB_VLAN (ID=50) VNIC2 MAC: 08:00:69:02:01:2F HR_DB_VLAN (ID=210) HBA 1 and 2 WWN: 5080020000075740 WWN: 5080020000075741 VSAN ID: 12 Boot Order: SAN BIOS Settings: Turbo On HyperThreading On UCS Service Profile Unified Device Management Network Policy Storage Policy Server Policy UNIFIED MANAGEMENT A SINGLE UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR BLADE AND RACK SERVERS A Major Market Transformation in Unified Server Management Benefits of UCS Manager and Service Profiles for Both Blade and Rack-Optimized Servers Add Capacity Without Complexity Compute, LAN, SAN Seamlessly Through Software
  19. 19. 19 UCS Portfolio & Innovations COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION UCS Core Blade and Rack UCS Fabric UCS Mini C3000 Storage Server UCS M-Series Modular Servers
  20. 20. 20 UCS Manager u COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION u  Unified Release across UCS portfolio Merged UCS Mini, Modular Server, Classic u  3rd Gen Fabric Interconnect support Next Wave of Innovation u  HTML 5 GUI u  Operational Enhancements F/W mgmt. Image Validation GPU for Blade TPM 2.0 crypto card support
  21. 21. 21 Key Market Transitions and Investment Focus Cisco Confidential Greater Agility Flexibility and Scale DevOps IT Storage Cloud Software Defined Moving Closer to Compute Different Consumption Models Different Technology Stacks
  22. 22. 22 Cisco UCS M4 Series Servers Continuing a Tradition of Versatility and Industry-Leading Application Performance UCS B200 M4 Blade Server Versatile performance and density without compromise UCS C220 M4 Rack Server Density-optimized for general purpose workloads Storage and I/O-optimized for big data analytics, virtualization, and bare metal applications UCS C240 M4 Rack Server Cisco UCS: Five Years of Game-Changing Customer Results Next generation convergence and virtualization capabilities UCS VIC 1300 Available UP TO 77% Reduction In Cabling UP TO 53% Lower Power UP TO 39% Improved TCO UP TO 86% Faster Provisioning
  23. 23. 23 UCS Compute Portfolio Performance Optimized for Bare Metal, Virtualized, and Cloud Applications UCS C460 M4 4 RU - Four E7v2 CPUs – 96 DIMM Slots - 10 PCIe Slots Mission-Critical Server for Large, CPU-Intensive Applications UCS C240 M4 2 RU - Two E5v3 CPUs – 24 DIMM Slots - 6 PCIe Slots – up to 26 HDD Optimal Platform for Big Data, ERP, and Database Applications UCS C220 M4 1 RU – Two E5v3 CPUs – 24 DIMM Slots - 2 PCIe Slots – up to 8 HDD Versatile, General Purpose Enterprise Infrastructure, and Application Server Half-Width Blade – Two E5v3 CPUs – 24 DIMM Slots - up to 80Gb of IO Ideal for Bare Metal Enterprise, VDI, or Dense Virtualization/ Consolidation Workloads UCS B200 M4 UCS B420 M4 Full-Width Blade - Four E5v3 CPUs – 48 DIMM Slots – Up to 160Gb of IO Dense 4-Socket Blade for -Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications UCS B260 M4 Full-Width Blade – Two E7v2 CPUs – 48 DIMM Slots – Up to 160Gb of IO Mission-Critical, 2-Socket Blade for CPU-Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications UCS B460 M4 Double-Height Blade – Four E7v2 CPUs – 96 DIMM Slots – Up to 320Gb of IO Mission-Critical, 4-Socket Blade for CPU-Intensive Bare Metal and Virtualized Applications UCS C3x60 4 RU - Two E5v2 CPUs – 16 DIMM Slots – up to 60 LFF HDD - up to 240TB Ideal for large unstructured data repositories, media streaming and content distribution UCS M-Series 2 RU – 16 E3v3 Servers –4 DIMMs / Server - up to 32 Cores / RU Designed for Cloud Scale Applications and Deployment 2 Scoket E5v3 – v4 = 22 Cores / 2400Mhz around the corner – See Cisco for details
  24. 24. 24 Cisco C880 M4 Rack Server High Performance Analytics Platform Built with SAP HANA in Mind 192 DDR4 DIMM Slots Up to 1866 MHz speeds UCS Director Integration For Scale up and Scale out configurations SAP HANA Configurations Scale up and Scale out Solutions SAP configs that will be certified for 8 socket •  2T stand alone memory config with options up to 6TB (v3 CPUs) •  3T stand alone memory config (v3 CPUs) •  Optional Scale Out Storage Subsystem Cisco C880 M4 8-Socket Server for SAP HANA Eight Intel® Xeon® E7-8880 v3 processors
  25. 25. 25 Next Gen NVIDIA GPU “MAXWELL” Coming Jan 2016 M60 M6 GPU Dual High-end Maxwell Single High-end CUDA Cores 4096 1536 Memory Size 16 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5 H.264 1080p30 streams 36 18 GRID vGPU Concurrent users 2 / 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 16 Form Factor PCIe 3.0 Dual Slot (rack servers) MXM (blade servers) Power 240W / 300W (225W opt) 100W (75W opt) Thermal active / passive bare board *preliminary results Cisco B200M4 Approximately K2-level of performance Cisco C240 and C460M4 •  M6 and M60 •  All high-end CPU’s supported
  26. 26. 26 UCS Mini
  27. 27. 27 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public UCS Mini B200 M3/M4 Blade Server B420 M3 Blade Server C240 M3/M4 Rack Server UCS Manager 3.0 C220 M3/M4 Rack Server 6324 Fabric Interconnects Enterprise Capability at Edge Scale Connect up to 7 C-Series rack servers for expanded capacity New architectural entry point for Unified Computing UCS in an All-in-One package: •  Compute •  Networking •  UCS Management •  Unified Computing in 6U •  Chassis-Integrated Fabric Interconnects •  Standard UCS Blades / Fans / Power Supplies UCS Mini
  28. 28. 28 Placing Computing at the Source of Demand Core Data Center UCS Management Sensor Data Retail, Sports and Entertainment Branch Office or Clinic Service Provider: Customer Premise Equipment
  29. 29. 29 Cisco UCS Mini Solutions Two Nexus 93xx or 3524 switches CISCO NEXUS 3548P-10GSTAT ID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 CONSOLE PTP CLK MGMT 0 1 CISCO NEXUS 3548P-10GSTAT ID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 CONSOLE PTP CLK MGMT 0 1 Network UCS Manager, UCS Central, UCS DirectorManagement VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-VHypervisor Remote Office/Branch Office On-Prem—Smaller Footprint Small and Medium Business Deployment Models Virtual Infrastructure, VDI Use Cases, Branch-in-a-box (WIP)Use Cases Compute Updated UCS Mini Config: Chassis—Up to 16 x B200 M4 Servers and up to 4 x C-Series M4 Servers Storage EMC VNXe 3200–2RU Nimble CS300–2RU IBM Storwize v3700–2RU NetApp FAS 2552–2RU
  30. 30. 30 UCS Composable Infrastructure
  31. 31. 31 Monolithic Servers Are Not the Best Answer for all types of Workloads What’s Required? •  Total server subsystem disaggregation: CPU, Memory, I/O and Accelerators, Local Disk •  Control plane to create composite machines out of atomic components •  Exposed programmability for composable IT services What the Industry Offers Today What Customers Should be Able to Do Match the Application to Fixed Infrastructure With Virtualization Create Ratio-optimized Combinations of Subsystems Tuned for the Application Replace Entire Server to Upgrade One Subsystem Upgrade Subsystem Components Independently as Required Orchestrate Fixed-ratio, Monolithic Servers Applications Invoke Composable Infrastructure CPU Memory Storage NetworkMonolithic Servers Resource Pools
  32. 32. 32 Composable InfrastructureOperatingExpense High Static Dynamic Flexibility Low Traditional Infrastructure Composable Infrastructure Integrated Infrastructure Manually Assembled Pre-Assembled Dynamically Assembled
  33. 33. 33 §  Optimize application performance §  Achieve best ratio of compute to I/O to storage §  Reduce under-utilization and/or over provisioning of local resources Dynamically Configures To: Compute Intensive Data Intensive Composable Infrastructure Pool
  34. 34. 34 Cisco Composable Infrastructure •  M-Series for compute intensive applications •  C3260 for data intensive applications C3260 Data Intensive M-Series Compute Intensive Compute Intensive Data Intensive
  35. 35. 35 Cisco UCS C3000 Capacity Optimized Server
  36. 36. 36 Compute Resources Storage Resources Shared Local Resources Designed for large unstructured data repositories, media streaming and content distribution Full-Featured Modular Two-Socket Xeon Server Stand-alone CIMC, IMC Supervisor and UCSM Massive Local Storage Up to 480TB of dense storage in a compact 4U Form Factor that fits in a standard rack Introducing UCS C3000 Rack Server Family Network Resources High I/O Bandwidth Powered by Cisco VIC
  37. 37. 37 C3160 Rack Storage Server •  Single Server Node •  40Gbps Connectivity with 4x10Gbps •  Standalone CIMC and CIMC Supervisor C3260 Rack Storage Server •  Dual Server Node •  Drives available to both Server Nodes, asymmetric split of drives between nodes available •  160Gbps with 4x 40Gbps(QSFP) •  Standalone CIMC, IMC Supervisor, and UCSM Single/Dual Server Dual CPU Socket per server Up to 1TB Memory 512GB per Server Dual System I/O Multiple Connectivity Options 40G, 10G, 1G Up to 4GB RAID Cache Enterprise Storage Features Up to 62 Drive Bays 60 LFF with support for up tp 28 SSDs, plus up to 4 SFF Boot SSD UCS C3000 Capacity Optimized Server Family Common Chassis, Drives, PSU, 12Gbps SAS-3 Infrastructure Up to 12Gbps SAS-3 4K Native Drives Supported
  38. 38. 38 Use Cases for the UCS C3000 Server Family Service Providers Public Sector Service Providers, Enterprise Software Defined Storage Object Store Media Streaming and Content Distribution Video Surveillance Exchange Backup and Archive (as Service) Service Providers, Enterprise, Cloud Storage Spaces SP COS SP COS VSOM In a box Service Providers, Enterprise Big Data and Analytics
  39. 39. 39 Modular Architecture of the UCS C3000 Note: Only difference between C3160 and C3260 is SIOC HDD 4 Rows of hot-swappable HDD 4TB/6TB with up to 1 row of 400GB SSD Total top load: 56 drives FAN 8 hot-pluggable fans Server Node 2x E5-2600 V2 CPUs 128/256GB RAM 1GB/4GB RAID Cache SAS HBA Node Optional Disk Expansion 4x hot-swappable, rear-load LFF 4TB/6TB HDD Two 120GB/480GB SSDs Hot-Plug OS/Boot System I/O Controller (SIOC) Cisco mLOM Slot or VIC 1300 on Chip Power Supply 4 hot-pluggable PSUs
  40. 40. 40 Cisco UCS M-Series
  41. 41. 41 Cloud-Scale Inverts Computing Architecture Core Enterprise Workloads Cloud Scale Many Applications Server Single Server Many Servers Single Application SCM ERP/ Financial Legacy CRM Email Online Content Gaming Mobile IoT eCommerce Hypervisor
  42. 42. 42 Shared Local Resources PCIe Compute Cartridges UCS M Series Shared Local Resources Improved utilization of resources Resource amortization over smaller nodes Based on Cisco System Link Technology Third Gen VIC extends UCS fabric to within the server Modular Design Improved subsystem lifecycle management Ability to scale individual subsystems independently Lean Componentry Improved compute density Cost and power optimization UCS M-Series Composable Server 42
  43. 43. 43 Shipping: M142, M1414, M2814 •  Cisco’s first composable infrastructure offering •  Based 0n Cisco System Link Technology •  Modular design supporting up to 16 servers in 2 RU UCS M-Series A full breadth of compute cartridge portfolio Virtual Application Delivery Video Transcoding Mode-2 Workloads Genome Sequencing Coming Soon •  Q1’CY16: •  Support for Xeon E3 v4 processors with integrated graphics •  New Cartridge with Intel Xeon-D SOC •  Common version of UCS Manager
  44. 44. 44 UCS M-Series Current Portfolio of Cartridges UCS M142 UCS M1414 UCS M2814 Xeon D Density 16 Single Socket Servers in 2 RU 8 Single Socket Servers in 2 RU 4 Dual Socket Servers in 2 RU 16 Single Socket Servers in 2 RU Processor Intel Xeon E3 v3 (Low Wattage) Intel Xeon E3 v4 (Integrated Graphics) Intel Xeon E3 v3 (High Clock) Intel Xeon E3 v4 (Integrated Graphics) Intel Xeon E5 v3 (TDP < 105W per CPU) Intel Xeon D Targeted Workloads Static web page serving, dedicated hosting, online game delivery, genomics research Electronic design automation, seismic research Dedicated Graphics (Advanced VDI, Transcoding) Dynamic content delivery, Application Containers, Cloud Computing Dedicated hosting, Memory Caching M-Series Adopters •  Finance •  Cloud Services •  Medical Research •  EDA •  Universities
  45. 45. 45 UCS M-Series Composable Servers UP TO 77% Faster Provisioning UP TO 8x Server Density UP TO 95% Fewer Peripherals UP TO 38% TCO Improvement UP TO 22% Power Efficiency
  46. 46. 46 Enterprise Compute for Edge Scale Mid-Market, Branch Office and Remote Site Core Data Center Applications Mid-Market, Enterprise, Global, Public Sector, Service Provider UCS M Series UCS B & C Series UCS Mini ISR Embedded Compute Distributed Branch, Small Retail, Healthcare, Education UCS E-Series High Density Scale-Out Computing Service Providers, Cloud Services Large Enterprise, Public Sector & National Labs Cisco Modular Server Options Unmatched Breath of Scale, Common Operating Environment
  47. 47. 47 Cisco UCS Fabric & Internal Storage Options
  48. 48. 48 3rd Gen Cisco VIC The ultimate engine for true stateless computing unleashes maximum network bandwidth, features and performance Lower Latency 2ns point to point Multiple Form Factors Blade mLOM, Mezz, Rack PCIe, mLOM Support for Overlay Networks Hardware offloads for NVGRE and VXLAN •  Doubles host PCIe performance, BW and Root complex resources •  Doubles embedded processing, for datapath (fNIC, sNIC) and future services •  Hardware enabled support for RDMA for SMB Direct, ROCE •  Advanced Cisco UCS features including VM-FEX, usNIC, and Single Connect PCIe Gen 3 Native 40GbE ready Choice of Interfaces 10Gb SFP+, 10GBaseT, 40Gb QSFP
  49. 49. 49 UCS 3rd Gen VIC 1387 Enabling Server Virtualization Deployments UCS C-Series Rack Servers 40Gb Ethernet and FCoE Support •  Dual Port 40G QSFP+ mLOM •  4 x 10G support with Breakout Cables •  PCIE Gen 3 for greater bandwidth •  40G BIDI support Support for Overlay Networks •  Support for Overlay Networks using NVGRE and VXLAN •  Support for RDMA for SMB-Direct, ROCE Libfabric •  Over 256 Virtual Devices •  UCSC-MLOM-C40Q-03 (=) •  List Price of $2,192 •  Support with C220M4, C240M4 and C3160 Rack Servers
  50. 50. 50 UCS Fabric Interconnect Portfolio UCS 6296 & 6248 UCS 6120 & 6140 UCS 6332 & 6332-16UPUCS 6324 (Mini) SHIPPING EOL 10GbE 40GbE
  51. 51. 51 UCS FI & Fabric Extender Overview Enabling a high-performance, low-latency & lossless fabric FI 6300 Series and 2304 Fabric Extender High-density 40GbE ports •  FI 6300 series coupled with B-Series & C-Series enables an end-to-end 40GbE solution •  FI 6300 series couple with Cisco MDS enables an end-to-end 40GbE FCoE solution High speed Fibre Channel 16G FC ports •  Provides high performance SAN (4/8/16G FC) connectivity for blades & rack servers •  Simplifies management by reducing the number of links required between end points
  52. 52. 52 UCS FI & IOM Models FI 6332 •  32 x 40GbE QSFP+ ports •  2.56Tbps switching performance •  1RU fixed form factor, two power supplies & four fans FI 6332-16UP •  24 x 40GbE QSFP+ & 16 x UP ports (1/10GbE or 4/8/16G FC) •  2.43Tbps switching performance •  1RU fixed form factor, two power supplies & four fans IOM 2304 •  8 x 40GbE server links & 4 x 40GbE QSFP+ uplinks •  960Gbps switching performance •  Modular Fabric Extender for UCS 5108 FI 6300 Series and 2304 IOM
  53. 53. 53 Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! UCS 6300 Series Architecture LAN Switch SAN Switch LAN SAN Direct Attach Appliance Direct Attach FCoE Storage FC Storage UCS 5108 FI 6332-16UP UCS 2304 Nexus 5KNexus 7K/9K Cisco MDS Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! Console! 7 5 3 1 8 6 4 2 Intel Inside XEON UCS C240 M4 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! 15 13 11 9 16 14 12 10 A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! A03-D300GA2 10K SAS 300GB ! C220M4
  54. 54. 54 New Internal Storage Options on UCS The most powerful in-server storage experience •  Flexible capacity point options (1.3TB – 6.4TB) for up to ~35TB in C240M4 and ~54TB in C460M4 of the world’s fastest enterprise- class storage •  Now on SanDisk NAND for more efficiency and better economics •  15µs Latency and ~400,000 read/write IOPS per device •  >600 UCS Customers already deployed •  Excellent storage option for OLTP DB, Analytics, Big Data •  800GB and 1.6TB Capacity Point options •  Pre-enabled for B200M4, C220 and C240M4, C460M4 •  Great performance option between SanDisk/Fusion io and 12Gb SAS •  20µs Latency and up to ~700,000 read IOPS per device •  NVMe Driver set All Storage Accelerators have full UCS-Manager Integration
  55. 55. Thank you. For more information please visit: www.cisco.com/go/datacenter
  56. 56. 56 Cisco UCS Management – Time Permitting or Leave Behind
  57. 57. 57
  58. 58. 58 Cisco UCSD Turn-Key Solution Overview Self Service Portal UCSD Unified Infrastructure Controller Multi-tenant & integrated cloud platform Admin Console Dashboard Cloud Infrastructure Amazon, Rackspace, … VMware vCenter System Center System Integration Admins End Users Operations ü  LDAP, Single Sign On ü  RBAC ü  IT Ticketing Systems ü  CMDB, ü  Metering/Chargeback Server Managers Network Manager Storage APIs UCS UCS Director Integrated Multi-tenant Cloud Platform Infrastructure Nexus Public Clouds Provider API Mobile Devices HyperV Custom Connector Open Automation REST API KVM RHE-Virtualization Manager
  59. 59. 59 Automate Service Delivery Architect Design Where Can We Put It? Procure Install Configure Secure Is It Ready? Manual Capacity On-Demand Policy-Based Provisioning Adaptive From Weeks to Minutes Automated Self-Service Provisioning
  60. 60. 60 Administrators à Policy Makers à Automation Look Familiar? Access configuration, VLAN, VSAN, Security, and Hardening Operating System Configuration OS Type, Patch Level, Settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique service ID, Application revisions, and Storage settings Application resources: Server, Storage, Network Security, OS VI SME Storage SME Server SME Network SME Access configuration, VLAN, VSAN, Security, and Hardening Operating System Configuration OS Type, Patch Level, Settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Access configuration, VLAN, VSAN, Security, and Hardening Operating System Configuration OS Type, Patch Level, Settings Access configuration, VLAN, VSAN, Security, and Hardening Operating System Configuration OS Type, Patch Level, Settings Access configuration, VLAN, VSAN, Security, and Hardening Operating System Configuration OS Type, Patch Level, Settings Subject matter experts define policies 1 Policies used to create Infrastructure 2 Pools, policies, templates Are used to Infrastructure from templates 3 Associating application profiles with fabric configures all needed application resources automatically 4
  61. 61. 61 §  Radically streamlines provisioning & management of data center infrastructure services §  Infrastructure service delivery within minutes §  Drastically reduces data center complexity §  Cisco and multi-vendor support §  Enables IT to become more agile; consistent service delivery §  Allows IT to better align with the strategic and business requirements of an organization Cisco UCS Director Overview
  62. 62. 62 Unified Data Center Management OS and Virtual Machines Storage Network Compute Tenant B Tenant C Tenant A Virtualized and Bare-Metal Compute and Hypervisor B CA Network and Services VM VM Bare Metal Collaboration Apps End to End Automation and Lifecycle Management Dynamic Infrastructure for Applications •  Legacy Applications •  Dev/Test Sandbox •  Web Applications •  Business Critical •  Centralized management across virtual and physical •  Role-based access
  63. 63. 63 UCS Director Value UCS Director Acts as orchestra conductor across: compute, network, storage & virtualization Replaces manual management of each layer with automated workflows Removes silos from IT teams and IT resources IT manages data center resources as single “team” with unified management Across physical and virtual resources Unfettered IT admins can now focus on new services for business
  64. 64. 64 Transform Manual to Self-Service Delivery Self-Service •  What to offer •  How to deliver •  Who’s using what? Manual Resource Request Automated Resource Request Automation delivers: ü  Speed ü  Consistency Network Compute Storage I Need Stuff
  65. 65. 65 Inventory •  FI, Chassis, FEX, Servers •  Orgs, SP, Pools, Policies •  Installed Firmware •  Rack server FEX •  Server Detailed Inventory •  VLANs, VSANs •  LAN Port Channels Configurations •  Import/Export •  Time Zone Setting •  Org •  Service Profiles •  Global Policies (Equipment, LAN) •  Pools (iSCSI IP) Server Operations •  Power Status/On/Off •  Associate/Disassociate •  KVM Console •  KVM Direct •  Faults •  Event logs UCS Operations
  66. 66. 66 Administrator’s Dashboard •  Rapid configuration and monitoring •  Customizable view •  Quick status across critical components
  67. 67. 67 UCS Domain Operational Snapshot
  68. 68. 68 UCS On-Demand Trend Data
  69. 69. 69 UCS Data Center Reports
  70. 70. 70 Utilization Reports VM Count by Group 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Default Group DEMO-Group NumberofVMs <20% 20%-40% 40%-60% 60%-80% 80%-100% VM Utilization % by Group 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 Default Group DEMO-Group NumberofVMs Inactive VMs Active VMs
  71. 71. 71 Converged Infrastructure View Unified View for Pod based Infrastructure o  Sites allow location based organization of resources o  Pod is a containerized data center stack o  Manages globally distributed data centers
  72. 72. 72 Introducing UCS Director Orchestration and Workflows ü  Resume Worfklow ü  Rollback ü  Deprovision ü  Approvals ü  Publish to Catalog Start Task-1 Task-2 Task-3 End Storage Network Compute Task-4Virtualization my-workflow
  73. 73. 73 Drag ‘n Drop Workflow Creation Orchestration, Workflow and Tasks Defined
  74. 74. 74 §  BU Approved Workflows and Custom Tasks are posted on Cisco Communities under UCS Director Workflows category Workflows and Custom Tasks For Support: ask-ucsd-api@cisco.com
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  76. 76. 76 OS and Apps Hypervisors Typical Integrated Infrastructure Customer Pain Points Time to Value •  In order to deploy integrated infrastructure, need management tools and processes •  But asking teams to make 5+ tools work together takes too long Fully Exploit Capabilities •  Understanding performance and capacity within an integrated infrastructure is challenging •  Without appropriate information, customers are reluctant to change configurations even when change can deliver better ROI Application Visibility •  Quickly identify whether application issues are related to integrated infrastructure configuration •  Forecast when integrated infrastructure configuration should be adjusted or additional resources acquired Virtual and Bare Metal vSphere, Hyper-V, Linux, Windows Network Devices Cisco Nexus, Catalyst, MDS Cisco UCS Unified Computing System Storage devices EMC, NetApp
  77. 77. 77 Common Integrated Infrastructure Customer Questions Network Storage AppsCompute Virtualization ? UCS Performance Manager How do I view UCS fabric utilization? Can I reconfigure to use more of the capacity we have? My application is slow. Is it UCS? Network? Storage? Can we simplify the view of all the integrated infrastructure pieces? Do I need to buy more capacity, or can I just adjust how we’re using it?
  78. 78. 78 Cisco UCS Performance Manager Out-of-box monitoring rules and thresholds UCS Integrated Infrastructure VMsComputeNetwork Storage UCS Performance Manager OS and Virtual Machines Storage Network Compute Virtualized and Bare-Metal Compute and Hypervisor Network devices VM VM Bare Metal Storage devices App OSOS OS OS App OS •  Centralized console •  Performance and Capacity Management •  Real-time infrastructure stack monitoring Automated Topology
  79. 79. 79 Virtual appliance for performance and capacity management for Cisco integrated infrastructure WHAT Enables active performance monitoring of entire integrated infrastructure stack WHY Cisco integrated infrastructures: VCE Vblock, NetApp FlexPod, EMC VSPEX, and custom WHO Cisco UCS Performance Manager Build Your Own
  80. 80. 80 UCS Performance Manager Features and Capabilities Single console for device health and performance monitoring (compute, network, storage and hosts) Understand fabric utilization for physical and logical components (ports, I/O, pools, blades, chassis, etc…) Out-of-box configurations, thresholds to prevent under provisioning and resource constraints Quickly identify degraded/disabled components, identify bottlenecks, detect performance anomalies Multiple notification methods (syslog, SNMP, email, SMS) Scalable and modular system for easy expansion Integrated infrastructure capacity planning
  81. 81. 81 •  Monitor global resources and the health of the UCS Central instance UCS Central
  82. 82. 82 Determine if IOM server ports, Ethernet uplinks, FC uplinks are congested now or historically Provides Visibility into UCS Fabric Key point: This is invisible to most network management toolsIdentify congestion sources and configuration fixes, such as moving a service profile between chassis Unified Compute Pod TO ETH TO SAN Rack 1 Rack 3 Patch Rack 2
  83. 83. 83 Compare current and historical performance across integrated infrastructure components to find constraints Key point: This typically requires multiple, independent tools Determine if workloads and applications are affected by UCS configuration or capacity constraints Provides Visibility into UCS Fabric and Beyond Unified Compute Pod TO ETH TO SAN Rack 1 Rack 3 Patch Rack 2 TO UCS TO UCS ETH AGGREGATION SAN
  84. 84. 84 •  Works across compute, storage, network, and defined workloads •  Supports VCE Vblock, NetApp FlexPod, EMC VSPEX, and Cisco custom designs Unified Infrastructure View •  Rapid deployment •  No agents •  Web user interface Immediate Value Pre-Configured: Focused Analytics •  Optimized for UCS fabric •  Finds constrained resources and identifies contributing components and configuration issues Integrated Infrastructure Performance Management and Assurance UCS Performance Manager Differentiators
  85. 85. 85 UCS Performance Manager (IE w/ UCS Director) Compute Physical Infrastructure Virtual Infrastructure Network Storage FlexPod VSPEX UCS Manager UCS Central UCS Director Integrated Infrastructure Provisioning/Configuration UCS Performance Manager Integrated Infrastructure Monitoring
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  87. 87. 87 UCS Central Features Provides 5 Key “Global” UCS Functions: 1.  Information Dashboard •  Inventory •  Faults / Logs •  Statistics 2.  Identifier / ID Pool Management 3.  Domain-wide Infrastructure Policies •  Admin Settings & Enforcement 4.  Server Policies •  Component Settings •  Policy Subscription 5.  Workload Mobility •  Global Service Profiles •  Site Specific Settings 87
  88. 88. 88 UCS Central: What Is It? •  External, VM-based management appliance •  Download as .OVA or .ISO from cisco.com •  Architecture: What Does It Look Like? Hypervisor UCS Central VM(s) UCS Manager 1 UCS Manager 2 UCS Manager 3 UCS Manager 4 UCS Manager n XML API cisco.com DB Storage admin https
  89. 89. 89 §  Simplified, Centralized Management §  Based on UCS Manager, which remains the execution engine §  Global policies are read-only in UCS Manager and are only stored on UCS Manager instances when they are in use §  Local policies are read-only in UCS Central with visibility to all policies in all UCS Manager instances §  Global policies, local policies, or a combination of both may be used at the same time. Policy-based Management Architecture UCS Central: Not your typical Manager of Managers UCS Central User Access User Access Element Manager Element Manager Element Manager UCS Manager Full two way configuration changes with traceability
  90. 90. 90 Why Should Customers Use UCS Central? Feature Functions Benefit Information Dashboard Centralized hardware inventory, centralized faults/logs, and up to one year of statistics across UCS Mini and Classic UCS domains Improved visibility across local and remote domains reduces the administrative time to monitor, troubleshoot, inventory, and do capacity planning Centralized KVM Access KVM sessions on all UCS managed servers from a single location Users no longer need to know which domain to access to set up a KVM session. Centralized Backup Scheduled backup of UCS Manager and UCS Central instances. Automated backups to a central location improves resiliency with minimal administrative impact Administrative Configuration Cross-domain administrative settings and cross-domain ID pools that new UCS Manager instances have access to upon registration Set up new domains in minutes with limited administrative effort while maintaining cross-domain consistency saving hours of set up time per domain. Operational Control Global policies and settings that can deployed and enforced across domains Policy and settings standardization and enforcement across domains helps ensure compliance, reduces configuration issues, and reduces troubleshooting time. Workload Mobility Global Service Profiles with optional site specific settings for localization Consistent deployments across UCS domains with the flexibility to quickly provision, de-provision, or move workloads between servers or domains.
  91. 91. 91 UCS Family Element Management Shared Policies Cross Family Driven Management 91 Define Policies UCS Central UCS Manager n Mini-UCS Branch n UCS ??? n §  UCS Central is the policy owner and repository §  UCS Manager and UCS Mini becomes the policy recipients and resolvers §  Policies are shared cross UCS Manager and UCS Mini ApplyPolicies
  92. 92. 92 Usage Analysis – Numerous Enhancements • Show the user what policies, h/w is being used by what GSPs before deleting
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  94. 94. 94 IMC Supervisor enables: §  Hardware Health Status (Monitoring) §  Platform Hardware Inventory §  Platform Management with vKVM Launcher §  Firmware Inventory + Management §  Call Home (E-mail Alerting) §  Platform Grouping & Tagging §  Group Discovery §  Policy-Driven Configuration §  Hardware Profiles IMC Supervisor Features & Capabilities
  95. 95. 95 Presented in List & Graphical views Monitoring Data Fault Data is available: §  Globally §  Filtered by Group §  Dashboard View Available
  96. 96. 96 §  Platform Information (Summary) §  Processors §  Memory §  Power Supplies §  PCI Adaptors (Including VIC) §  Network Adapters §  Storage Adapters §  Trusted Platform Module Platform Inventory §  Logs §  Fault Log §  Cisco IMC Log §  System Event Log
  97. 97. 97 Perform Platform Management Tasks including: §  Launch vKVM §  Power On §  Power Off §  Shut Down §  Power Cycle §  Launch WebUI §  Enable LED §  Set Label Manage & Control System
  98. 98. 98 Call Home E-Mail Alerting E-Mails can be configured to send when there is a fault on managed system 1.  Fault Recorded 2.  E-Mail Notification Sent
  99. 99. 99 Manage firmware across systems §  Download Firmware with Cisco ID (C220 M3/C240 M3) §  Use existing (CIFS/NFS) repositories §  Update 1+ systems concurrently (Using HUU) Firmware Updates Step 1: Identify Image Step 2: Select Image Step 3: Select System(s)
  100. 100. 100 Systems can be discovered: §  By Individual System §  By Discovery Profile §  IP Range §  Subnet §  Comma separated list §  CSV file §  Discovery profiles can be re- run at any time Managed System Discovery
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  102. 102. 102 Introducing one-touch for UCS Integrated Infrastructure Ecosystem Play - Starting with FlexPod, Nimble and more •  From weeks to days •  Predefined bundles •  Pre-set configs for compute, network & storage •  Faster to design, sell, and fulfill Easy Ordering •  Ongoing for lifetime •  UCSD delivering set up and management •  CECS expanding on future options Easy Operation •  From days to hours •  One touch provision •  Comprehensive automation across the infrastructure •  Integration delivered from factory Easy Deployment Automation Standard Infrastructure Single Pane of Glass
  103. 103. 103 FlexPod one-touch Addressing Day Zero §  Start with: §  Delineated hardware and software §  Precise cabling §  Be aware there are manufacturing requirements for Cisco UCS, Cisco UCS Management Appliance and NetApp FAS §  End user input variables §  Finish with: §  Four ESXi 5.5 U2 hosts with network connectivity and storage access via iSCSI/NFS §  No vCenter - The system is ready for migration into an existing environment or deployment of a new vCenter by the user §  Ready to position a VM
  104. 104. 104 Cisco UCS Management Appliance §  Provide a better out of the box integrated management experience for UCS based management platforms. §  Enables Customers without a Virtual environment to quickly bring up UCS based Management applications like UCS Director, Central, IMC Supervisor. §  UI based approach for easy management. §  Easy to deploy configuration for UCS Director, Central, IMC Supervisor, Bare Metal Agent.
  105. 105. 105 Cisco UCS Management Appliance Configuration Appliance Manager Cisco UCS Management Appliance UI Cisco UCS Management Appliance System Specs •  Gig and 10 Gig NICs •  2 CPUs •  128 GB RAM •  2 TB Usable Disk Space (RAID 10) New PID (UCS-MA-C220M4S-K9) New label (Cisco UCS Management Appliance) UCS Director UCS Director Bare Metal Agent UCS Central UCS Director Express IMC Supervisor UCS C220 M4 Intel Inside XEON Console! 1 2 3 4 UCS-HDD2TI2F213 / 2TB UCS-HDD2TI2F213 / 2TB UCS-HDD2TI2F213 / 2TB UCS-HDD2TI2F213 / 2TB KVM
  106. 106. 106 FlexPod one-touch Connectivity Existing Customer switch Legend Management Network Storage Compute ! ! PORT0 PORT1 CIMC ï ¡ ï ¡ ï M 1 2ï 5 ï A DC AC x2 2 DC AC x2 2 e0a e0b 0a0b LNK LNK SSN MAC e0c e0d e0e e0f0c 0d 0e 0f LNK LNK LNK LNK NV e0a e0b 0a0b LNK LNK SSN MAC e0c e0d e0e e0f0c 0d 0e 0f LNK LNK LNK LNK NV FAS 2552 UCS Mini Nexus 9372 Cisco CUMA 10GbE ConvergedvPC1Gbe CISCO NEXUS 3548P-10GSTAT ID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 CONSOLE PTP CLK MGMT 0 1 ! 650W AC ! 650W AC 2 1 ! ! 650W AC ! 650W AC 2 1 ! FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS CHS A56 FAN 1 FAN 5 FAN 2 FAN 6 FAN 3 FAN 7 FAN 4 FAN 8 ! 4 3 2 1 MGMT 5 4 3 2 1 MGMT 5 Legend Management Network Storage Compute FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS FAN STATUS CHS A56 FAN 1 FAN 5 FAN 2 FAN 6 FAN 3 FAN 7 FAN 4 FAN 8 ! 4 3 2 1 MGMT 5 4 3 2 1 MGMT 5 A DC AC x2 2 DC AC x2 2 e0a e0b 0a0b LNK LNK SSN MAC e0c e0d e0e e0f0c 0d 0e 0f LNK LNK LNK LNK NV e0a e0b 0a0b LNK LNK SSN MAC e0c e0d e0e e0f0c 0d 0e 0f LNK LNK LNK LNK NV FAS 2552 UCS Mini Nexus 9372 Cisco CUMA 10GbE ConvergedvPC1Gbe NEXUS 3172TQ-10GT 49 50 51 52 53 54 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 NEXUS 3172TQ-10GT 49 50 51 52 53 54 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 P S U 2 770W AC PP 770W AC PP ⎪¡⎪¡⎪M 12 SS PCIe2 PCIe1 ACT LINK ACT LINK PORT 1 PORT 2 Temporary Link to Management Network Management Topology Data Topology
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  108. 108. Thank you. For more information please visit: www.cisco.com/go/datacenter
  109. 109. 109 New Constructs in UCS Director 1.  Self Service Portal 2.  Converged View 3.  Virtual Data Centers 4.  Orchestration 5.  Task Library
  110. 110. 110 Most comprehensive converged infrastructure solution for UCS based environments
  111. 111. 111 UCS Task Library Rapid Creation of Orchestration Workflows •  Over 50+ UCS Tasks OOTB •  Drag ‘n drop creation UCS Tasks • Select UCS Server • Reset UCS Server • Power On UCS Server • Power Off UCS Server • Create UCS Service Profile from Template • Create UCS Service Profile • Select UCS Service Profile • Modify UCS Service Profile Boot Policy • Delete UCS Service Profile • Associate UCS Service Profile • Disassociate UCS Service Profile • Create UCS Boot Policy • Modify UCS Boot Policy LUN ID • Clone UCS Boot Policy • Modify UCS Boot Policy WWPN • Add VLAN • Delete UCS Boot Policy • Delete UCS VLAN • Add VLAN to Service Profile • Add iSCSI vNIC to Service Profile • Add vNIC to Service Profile • Delete vNIC from Service Profile • Create Service Profile iSCSI Boot Policy • Modify Service Profile Boot Policy to Boot from iSCSI
  112. 112. 112 Day 0 •  Racking •  Power-ON •  Cabling •  Setup à OOTB, NTP Configure system •  Timezone •  Users/Role •  Global policies •  Server ports •  Uplinks •  Discovery •  SNMP •  Faults Pre-Provisioning •  UUID Pools •  pWWN Pools •  WWN Pools •  MAC Pools •  IP Pools •  Org. Hierarchy •  VLANs •  VSANs •  Server Pools •  Server Policies Service Profiles •  Templates •  Standalone UCS Director UCS Domain Bring-Up from UCS Director
  113. 113. 113 Use Case Bare Metal Provisioning automation with Orchestration, Workflows
  114. 114. 114 §  Pre-Boot EXecution Environment §  Supported by major hardware and OS vendors §  Ease of deployment/provisioning multiple servers §  Centralized install images/standardized installations §  Makes use of standard protocols [DHCP/TFTP/HTTP] §  Proven and tested, around since 1999 What is PXE
  115. 115. 115 HTTP TFTP DHCP PXE Image Repo BMA UCS Director Bare Metal Server PXE Record MAC Address Mgmt VLAN IP Address Network mask Hostname Gateway DNS Root password Time zone OS Type PXE Record Mgmt VLAN DHCP request DHCP response PXE boot OS Installer/Image PXE VLAN Bare Metal Server Provisioning Overview 1 2 3 4 5
  116. 116. 116 §  Provisioning is just a small piece of the overall solution §  All the groundwork needed to deploy a server §  Nested workflows §  Pause/stop and resume §  Integration with existing tools §  Service automation and chaining §  Auditing, billing, compliance and change management §  Traceability – Rollbacks and de-provisioning The Big Picture – Deployment Automation with UCS Director
  117. 117. 117 Deployment Automation Scenario Automating Server Deployment within a Single Work Flow Create VLANs Update Trunks Create Network Policies Deploy SP from SP Template Create LUN Create and Configure IG Create Zones and Zonesets Activate Zoneset Create PXE Record Blade Power ON PXE Boot OS Installation Change Boot Order Reboot PXE Verification Register with vCenter Send Complete Notifications Network Tasks Storage Tasks Compute Tasks LegendWorkflow Virutalization Tasks
  118. 118. 118 §  Application Containers span Physical & Virtual Infrastructure §  Automation for ACI-based and Nexus 1000V-based fabrics §  Automates Application Provisioning with security and performance Ø  Supports Secure, Multi-Tiered Application provisioning Ø  Combine Bare-Metal OS and Virtualized infrastructure for optimal Application performance §  Relieves IT staff of manual infrastructure provisioning for application workloads Application-Aware Containers Accelerate Infrastructure Provisioning for Applications
  119. 119. 119 1.  Automation & Agility through UCS Director as the management plane: •  Container Templates, No CLI experience •  Simplified Install and Configuration of : §  Virtual Fabric – Nexus 1000V §  Virtual Routing – CSR 1000V §  Virtual Security – Virtual Security Gateway & CSR 1000V 2.  Multi Hypervisor support – vSphere & Hyper-V (P2) 3.  Easy to create and deploy Virtual Network Containers §  Deploy Network Container with less than 6 logical questions 4.  Unified Licensing - Single License for all virtual components VACS – Deploy Multi-Tenant architectures in clicks Container A Container B VMware vSphere Microsoft HyperV Cisco VACS Orchestration (UCS Director) VM VM VM VM Cisco VACS Cisco VACS
  120. 120. 120 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public “Out of the Box” Compliant VACS Containers “Out of the Box” VACS Containers: 1.  3-Tier App Container 2.  3-Tier App Container w/ Ext Access 3.  Custom Container Note: Customer is not provisioning N1KV, VSG or CSR. VACS backend will take care of the details
  121. 121. 121 Current Complexity to create virtual logical separation VACS provides the compliant containers in few clicks! Masks all the complexity from the user
  122. 122. 122 §  APIC delivers automated network services designed for each application §  UCSD binds network services with compute, storage & virtualization §  Simple-to-use wizards establish policies across all layers §  Infrastructure containers delivered from single API, on-demand §  Accelerated deployment of infrastructure supporting applications UCS Director & APIC CISCO APIC Application Network Profile
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  124. 124. 124 L4-L7Services Server Load Balancer Application Infra. provisioning with UCS-Director : 100% VMs Tenant Self- Service User 1 Select App Catalog Pushes App Profile UCS Director ACI Fabric UCS Director APIC Application Network Profile Application Profile Compute Network Storage L/B APP DBF/W L/B WEB Storage Storage The The T App DBWeb Automation of APIC and UCS with UCS Director Infrastructure Provisioning for Applications : 100% Virtual (VM’s)
  125. 125. 125 L4-L7Services Server Load Balancer Tenant Self- Service User 1 Select App Catalog Pushes App Profile UCS Director ACI Fabric UCS Director Deploy App Network Virtualization Admin vCenter Publish VI Network Profile Database Tier Application tier Web tier 3 VLAN to BD/EPG & FI Topology 5 Update FI/ SP’s UCSM Update SP’s Application Network Profile Virtual Infrastructure APP Port Profile/ Group Web Port Profile/ Group Database Port Profile/ Group Discover VI Network Automation of APIC and UCS with UCS Director Infrastructure Provisioning for Applications : 100% Virtual (VM’s) Security/QoS Policies Security/QoS Policies DB End Point Group APP End Point Group WEB End Point Group Application Network Profile
  126. 126. 126 L4-L7Services Server Load Balancer UCS Director brings together APIC and UCS Application Infra. provisioning with UCS-Director : 100% VMs Tenant Self- Service User 1 Select App Catalog Pushes App Profile UCS Director ACI Fabric UCS Director Security/QoS Policies Security/QoS Policies DB End Point Group APP End Point Group WEB End Point Group Application Network Profile Deploy App Network Virtualization Admin vCenter Publish VI Network Profile Database Tier Application tier Web tier 3 VLAN to BD/EPG & FI Topology 5 Update FI/ SP’s UCSM Update SP’s Application Network Profile Virtual Infrastructure APP Port Profile/ Group Web Port Profile/ Group Database Port Profile/ Group Discover VI Network 8Deploy Application L/B APP DBF/W L/B WEB Infrastructure Provisioning for Applications : 100% Virtual (VM’s) Automation of APIC and UCS with UCS Director
  127. 127. 127 Automates infrastructure for multi-site application deployment §  Supports VMWare Site Recovery Manager §  Protects virtualized applications for DR Automates single-site and multi-site application data availability §  EMC VPLEX – Local & Metro Automates application data protection & backup §  EMC Recover Point Automate Infrastructure for HA and DR Protect critical IT applications through automation
  128. 128. 128 Cisco UCS Director •  A multi-vendor, multi-tenant, multi-hypervisor provisioning and management solution that provides comprehensive infrastructure control, management and monitoring via a single pane of glass •  Cisco UCSD automates the provisioning of resource pools across physical and virtual from a unified centralized management console, reducing time-to-value for both applications and end users. •  Cisco UCSD delivers unified management for the industry’s leading converged infrastructure solutions, which are based on the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and Nexus platforms.
  129. 129. Thank you. For more information please visit: www.cisco.com/go/ucsdirector

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