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EVO SDDC - from Vision to Reality

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Over the last several years, VMware has been advocating the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) approach as the future of IT. Enterprises using VMware have three ways to accomplish this end state: Traditional Infrastructure, Converged Infrastructure (CI), and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI). The EVO family, first introduced in August 2014,was recently enhanced with a new solution: EVO:SDDC. In this session you will learn how VMware and Fujitsu will position this new solution, their target customers and use cases. EVO:SDDC offers the most complete HCI solution in the market, with a particular strength in network virtualization using NSX and physical network integration.

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Sanjay Katyal
Uwe Neumeier

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EVO SDDC - from Vision to Reality

  1. 1. 0 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Human Centric Innovation in Action Fujitsu Forum 2015 18th – 19th November EVO SDDC – from Vision to Reality
  2. 2. 1 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU EVO SDDC – from Vision to Reality
  3. 3. 2 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU EVO SDDC – from Vision to Reality Uwe Neumeier Vice President Global Server Business, Service Platform, Fujitsu Vice President, Business Development and Partner Sales, VMware Sanjay Katyal
  4. 4. 3 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The Digital Transformation
  5. 5. 4 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The Data Center of the Future The Business Centric Data Center Time to Turn Your Data Center Into a Center of Business Advantage. IT Infrastructure as Cost Center Technology oriented Manually operated Hardware- defined Business Value Business Centric & Software Defined Network Resources Server Resources Storage Resources Manage- ment Cloud Services To provide any level of IT as a service IT as Value Creator External Cloud Services
  6. 6. 5 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU CIO´s Computing Challenges 284.500 content elements are shared 100,000 new tweets. 48 hours of video uploaded 2 Million searches are made What happens on the Internet EVERY Data Explosion Virtualization Operations Lack of Staff and Skills Increasing Cost on Opex Optimization Evolving Demand for IT-Ressources Planning for the Unknown Managing the Challenge
  7. 7. 6 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Level of Virtualization 284.500 content elements are shared 100,000 new tweets. 48 hours of video uploaded 2 Million searches are made What happens on the Internet EVERY Data Explosion Operations Lack of Staff and Skills Increasing cost on opex optimization Planning for the Unknown Managing the challenge Network Storage Server
  8. 8. 7 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU IT-Landscape will Change From Data Center Silos… Independent Provisioning and Support  Virtual machines  Server adapters  Storage partitions  Networks  Appliances How it Affects IT  Delayed time to service  Added complexity  Problem identification and resolution
  9. 9. 8 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU IT-Landscape will Change …to Software Defined Anything Today´s Policy Engines  Platform-Specific  Job-Schedulers  Manual Correlation Across Tiers Tomorrow´s Policy Engines  Non-Platform-Specific  Platform Agnostic  Focus on Workflow = Business Implications  Inherited Policies Cascading Down  Significant Security Improvement  Automated Data Sharing between Engines The Future Data Center will Not Focus on Workload, but on Workflow and NOT on Where the Work is Located, but on What the Work is Doing
  10. 10. 9 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Digital Transformation in a Nutshell From Hardware to Business Centric SDDC From Data Center Silos To Software Defined From Robust IT To Fast IT The Digital Transformation Will Not Only Enable The Business Centric Data Center – The Result of the Digital Transformation Will Be the Business Centric Data Center
  11. 11. 10 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Digital Transformation and How it Affects IT-Strategy
  12. 12. 11 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU One Example: Trigger of Digital Transformation Capex Opex Enhancements/ Upgrades Initial Invest Maintenance Var. 2 Capacity Planning Network Capabilities Compute Power Evaluation Phase Time Var. 1
  13. 13. 12 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU One Example: Trigger of Digital Transformation Capex Opex Enhancements/ Upgrades Initial Invest Maintenance Var. 2 Evaluation Phase Time Var. 1 High Cost Variance Capacity Planning Network Capabilities Compute Power
  14. 14. 13 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU One Example: Trigger of Digital Transformation Capex Opex Enhancements/ Upgrades Initial Invest Maintenance Var. 1 Var. 2 Evaluation Phase Time Network Capabilities Var. 1 Var. 3 Capacity Planning Fujitsu x86 Infrastructure Solutions for SDDC High Cost Variance
  15. 15. 14 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU One Example: Trigger of Digital Transformation Capex Opex Enhancements/ Upgrades Initial Invest Maintenance Var. 1 Var. 2 Evaluation Phase Time Var. 1 Var. 3 Fujitsu x86 Infrastructure Solutions for SDDC Capacity Planning 0 200 400 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Usage History Usage Capacity 0 20 40 60 Top Consumers High Cost Variance
  16. 16. 15 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The Right Decision is Important Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX for VMware EVO SDDC
  17. 17. 16 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU SDDC with VMware
  18. 18. 17 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU “VMware is expected to gain the largest incremental percentage of CIOs' IT budgets in both 2015 and over the next three years.” [Morgan Stanley] VMware ranked #1 in IDC's Cloud Systems Management Software and Datacenter Automation Software Market Share reports VMware is the clear leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure 2015. The keys are • Has a broad virtualization strategy from the data center to the cloud • Is a virtualization technology leader, with significant investments and innovation • Receives high customer satisfaction from a large installed base Why SDDC with VMware?
  19. 19. 18 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU SDDC IT Outcomes: Customer Impact 18 IMPACT CUSTOMER EXAMPLES Sources 1) Taneja Group. (August, 2014). For Lowest Cost and Greatest Agility, Choose Software-Defined Data Center Architectures, Hopkinton, MA. 2) Taneja Group. (June, 2014). Transforming the Datacenter with VMware’s Software-defined Data Center vCloud Suite. Hopkinton, MA. 3) Forrester. (May, 2013). The Total Economic Impact of VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager. Up to 56% Opex Savings2 Streamlined and Automated Data Center Operations Service Delivery in Minutes App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation Security Controls Native to Infrastructure Improved Security to Effort Ratio Up to 50% Reduction in BCDR Costs3 High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure Data Center Virtualization with Hybrid Cloud Extensibility Up to 49% Capex Savings1
  20. 20. 19 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU SDDC Design is a Complex and Lengthy Process  In order to choose and install the software defined compute, networking, storage and management, it is required:  To select between 110 possible downloads (installable code & virtual appliances)  To make sure that those components (aka BOM) interoperate in a supported manner.  Review up to 10 reference architecture documents for individual SDDC layers.  Make around 242 key architecture decisions, the fill out 863 input fields and go across 130 context switches.  Finally, figure out and run a comprehensive test protocol to make sure all it works as expected Up to ~45 days to install the SDDC components and integrate them with AD/LDAP, IPAM, DNS, etc.
  21. 21. 20 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Approaches to prescriptiveness & standardization Software-Defined Data Center “Build Your Own” Converged Infrastructure Hyper-Converged Infrastructure • Hardware components procured separately • Use reference architectures and design • Hardware components integrated and sold in a single chassis, along with software options • Hardware pre-integrated with virtualization software for compute, network, storage and management • A single point of entry for the entire SDDC lifecycle VVD’s EVO SDDC
  22. 22. 21 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Easiest way to deploy and operate the software- defined datacenter What is VMware EVO SDDC? ▪ Suite of software for delivering the software-defined datacenter as an integrated system ▪ Partners like Fujitsu offer factory-level integration of software and hardware across compute, storage and networking based on hyper-converged architecture ▪ Simplifies deployment and ongoing operations of the entire hardware and software system
  23. 23. 22 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU EVO:SDDC is an Integrated System  Ease of Use: Unified deployment and operations across physical and virtual  Performance: Over 2M IOPS per rack1  Scale: Elastic, linear scale out across multiple racks  Features: Only integrated offering providing SDDC-in-a-box capabilities  Cost: 25-40% upfront savings, 15-35% savings in operating costs 1. Estimated based on published VSAN 6 performance and initial HW configs
  24. 24. 23 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Ease of use: EVO SDDC significantly increases ease of use across deployment and ongoing operation Unified Support  High level of pre-integration leads to rapid deployment and faster time-to-value timelines  Less downtime for ongoing maintenance reduces business disruption and operating costs  Automated upgrades and patching reduces compliance risks and required developer involvement Day 0 Operational ▪ Preconfigured rack(s) arrive at customer site fully pre- integrated with servers, switches and SDDC software ▪ Auto-provision IP, L3 fabric, pools of logical resources based on SLAs provided ▪ Auto-discovery and bring-up of new servers and racks Ongoing operation ▪ Centralized management of both physical and logical resources through the EVO SDDC Manager – Automated hardware discovery, inventorying and ongoing monitoring – Integrated performance management, capacity optimization and real- time log analytics Lifecycle Management ▪ Upgrades and updates for the entire stack come from a single source ▪ Automated and pre-validated upgrade or update process ▪ Availability notifications provided through EVO SDDC Manager ▪ 3-generation lifecycle support, including decommissioning ▪ OEM partners serve as the single point of contact for EVO SDDC customers ▪ Integrated “Phone Home” capabilities
  25. 25. 24 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Fujitsu-Provided Integrated System Powered by VMware EVO:SDDC - Key Components 2 vRealize Automation (optional) vRealize Operations Mgmt vRealize Log Insight NSX Virtual SAN vSphere ENT+ Horizon Suite (optional) Hardware Management Services (HMS) Partners Management Switch ToR Data Switches Rack-Mount Servers with Storage Rack Power Distribution Inter Rack Spine Switches EVO SDDC Manager • Centralized access, mgmt. and view using a distributed manager for physical and virtual infrastructure Physical Hardware • Fully pre-racked and pre-cabled • Extensions for power & into existing Ethernet network SDDC Software • Integration of VMW and 3rd party software components Fujitsu-Provided Integrated System Powered by VMware EVO SDDC
  26. 26. 25 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Fujitsu-Provided Integrated System Powered by VMware EVO SDDC: Example of Hardware Configuration Pre-racked and Pre-cabled Built-in Power Distribution Drops For Power & Network Uplinks Configurable CPU, Memory & Disk Storage Two 32 x 40GE Spine switches for inter-rack connectivity (1st and 2nd rack only) 1 GE Management Switch for out of band connectivity Two 10 GE ToR Switches for data connectivity (incl. 4 x 40GE uplinks from each switch to existing data center LAN) 24 x 2 CPU 480 CPU cores, 9TB of memory (384GB per server), 230TB of raw storage To Data Center Power To Data Center Ethernet Network
  27. 27. 26 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU EVO SDDC Software Architecture Hardware Virtualization Operations & Management Hardware Management Services (HMS) External Management Tools Cloud Infrastructure Administrators REST APIs Virtual SANNSX vSphere vCenter ServerNSX Manager vRealize Log Insight vRealize Operations vRealize Automation (Optional) Servers Network Switches Storage (DAS) Horizon View (Optional)
  28. 28. 27 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Initial Use Cases General Purpose IaaS • Sized for environments with greater than 650 VMs • Start at ⅓ rack, or approx. 250 VMs, and seamlessly add capacity in per server increments • Application uptime ensured through HA, DRS, Virtual SAN and EVO SDDC Manager • Add-On: vRealize Automation Advanced for EVO SDDC Virtual Desktops • Sized for deployments with greater than 1,000 desktops (average desktop size 1-2 vCPUs, 4GB Memory, 80GB Storage) • Physical and logical compute capacity for desktop VMs pre- provisioned • Built-in VSAN-enabled storage for desktop VMs • NSX-based networking for desktops • Add-On: Horizon Suite Enterprise for EVO SDDC
  29. 29. 28 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Key Benefits Delivered by EVO SDDC Fully integrated SDDC software suite that can be deployed on certified hardware Automated bring up, integrated management of physical and virtual infrastructure and lifecycle management of hardware and software Automated and intelligent delivery of network security services to applications Significant opex and capex benefits delivered by SDDC capabilities Simplicity Faster Time to Productivity Enhanced Security Up to [49]% in Savings vs. HDDC1 1 “For Lowest Cost and Greatest Agility, Choose Software-Defined Data Center Architectures Over Traditional Hardware-Dependent Designs,” Technology Brief. The Taneja Group, August 2014.
  30. 30. 29 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Key Take Aways – from Vision to Reality
  31. 31. 30 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU We provide digital transformation to our customers at its best Fujitsu Services Business Centric Integrated Systems Hybrid IT Business Centric Storage Business Centric Data Center – make DC’s a center of business advantage Solution Off-site Cloud Managed Product On-site Traditional Self-managed Fujitsu Partner Business Centric Computing
  32. 32. 31 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU We – VMware & Fujitsu leverage our technology partnership to the fullest …. and we invite you to join our Early Adopter Program Key Take Aways We fully embrace and drive the paradigm changes in our industry – business centric Fujitsu’s PRIMEFLEX for VMware EVO SDDC is the Next Level of Hyper-converged Infrastructure
  33. 33. 32 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU

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