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From All-Flash to Express Flash - which storage solution is the best fit for you?

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With All-Flash systems becoming mainstream, the Express Flash generation is emerging fast. Using PCI Express and Non-Volatile Memory Express technology, new opportunities for fast storage are emerging all the time. What does this mean for your next storage purchase cycle? Disk, All-Flash or Express Flash - where to stay, where to go? And how do these approaches relate to software-defined and hyper-converged storage. This session will provide a definitive guide to selecting the right storage options for your business.

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Megha Shukla
Frank Reichart

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From All-Flash to Express Flash - which storage solution is the best fit for you?

  1. 1. Human Centric Innovation Co-creation for Success © 2018 FUJITSU Fujitsu Forum 2018 #fujitsuforum
  2. 2. © 2018 FUJITSU From all-flash to express-flash - which storage fits for me ? Megha Shukla Product Marketing Manager Storage, Fujitsu Frank Reichart Sen. Marketing Director Storage, Fujitsu
  3. 3. 2 © 2018 FUJITSU Which way to go? There have never been more storage options
  4. 4. 3 © 2018 FUJITSU Storage scales independently Starting Point – selecting the scalability approach Classical 3-tier architecture Network Compute Storage Integrated scalability Hyper-converged Infrastructure Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage
  5. 5. 4 © 2018 FUJITSU Part 1: Classical Scalability Storage scales independently Classical 3-tier architecture Network Compute Storage Integrated scalability Hyper-converged Infrastructure Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage
  6. 6. 5 © 2018 FUJITSU Different Applications, different requirements Reliable performance Lowest costs of capacity Server virtualization, VDI Databases/OLTP Business applications Analytics (e.g. SAP HANA) Unstructured data Content depots/online archives Historical data for analytics Media streaming
  7. 7. 6 © 2018 FUJITSU ETERNUS Storage for all requirements All-Flash Storage Fastest response time Hybrid Disk und Flash Storage All-in one SW-defined, hyperscale storage Extreme scalability Lowest operational costs (power, space, maintenance, admin) Balancing capacity, speed and costs in one system Lowest costs (open source) Object and OpenStack Storage Reliable performance Lowest costs of capacity ETERNUS AF ETERNUS DX ETERNUS CD10000
  8. 8. 7 © 2018 FUJITSU The case for all-flash storage 1 Gartner, “2018 Strategic Roadmap for Storage” P3, 12 March 2018, ID G00350720 “By 2021, 50% of data centers will use solid state arrays for latency-sensitive workloads, up from less than 30% today”(Gartner 03/2018)1 Gains Savings All-flash saves 95% of the power of a disk system 40% less operational efforts Same raw capacity needs 5× less space Up to 30% less server needed 1 SSD has the I/O performance of 100 15K hard disks 10 faster response time/less latency SSDs are 6 times more reliable than hard disks 100x 10x 6x 95% 40% 95% 30% 01
  9. 9. 8 © 2018 FUJITSU All-flash or Hybrid – Which Way to Go? When currently using mainly fast disks  go all-flash When consolidating structu- red and unstructured data in one storage  go hybrid Price per capacity (flash/disk) will reach break-even within product lifecycle Data reduction can eliminate price gaps short term Convincing savings in ops and maintenance (TCO!) Balance capacity, speed and cost with SSDs and Hi-capacity HDs Use automation tools to reduce operational efforts created by HDs
  10. 10. 9 © 2018 FUJITSU New storage flash-light : ETERNUS DX8900 S4 The full-flash enabled, NVMe-accelerated, flex-scale data center storage system with true enterprise-class data reduction technology! Up-to 140 PB flash-capacity, up to 24 controllers, up to 300 TB NVMe cache, up to 6000+ drives hardware-accelerated compression, automated quality-of-service management
  11. 11. 10 © 2018 FUJITSU ETERNUS: Top Performance with all-flash AND Hybrid  ETERNUS DX8900 S3 No 1 position in Top 10 ranking of SPC-2 Performance Benchmarks  SPC-2 MBPS – 70,120.92; SPC-2 Price Performance - $24.37; Application Storage Unit (ASU) Capacity – 30,923.76  ETERNUS AF250 S2 all flash array No.1 position in Top 10 ranking of SPC-1 Price-Performance Benchmark https://spcresults.org/benchmarks/results/top10/performance/spc2/1 https://spcresults.org/benchmarks/results/top10/price/spc1/3
  12. 12. 11 © 2018 FUJITSU Benefits  High-speed data access through all-flash technology with leading performance  Fail-safe and availability of data  Simple administration thanks to easy-to-use management interface Solution  A mirrored storage cluster with two all-flash storage arrays ETERNUS AF250  Usage of ETERNUS CS800 backup appliance for fast data recovery  ETERNUS LT40 tape library for long term and cost-efficient long-term data archive Challenge  Need for a fail-safe storage solution delivering very fast access to data Linck built a fail-safe IT based on ETERNUS AF With the all-flash storage array FUJITSU ETERNUS AF250, we are now able to build a highly-available architecture without additional virtualization software thanks to the storage cluster function Tadeusz Turek, IT Manager Linck Limited
  13. 13. 12 © 2018 FUJITSU The next big thing in storage: NVMe NVMe drives performance by a streamlined protocol and massively parallel I/O queues. 1 Gartner, “2018 Strategic Roadmap for Storage” P3, 12 March 2018, ID G00350720 VS. NVMe protocol via PCIe connectivity  Efficiency: 13 commands  Parallelism: 64K commands per queue and up to 64K queues “By 2021, 20% of shared accelerated storage product shipments – solid-sate arrays, infrastructure software-defined storage or hyperconverged integrated systems – will be based on NVMe, which is a significant increase from 1% today”1 SCSI protocol via SAS connectivity  Efficiency: 400 commands  Parallelism: 32 commands in 1 queue
  14. 14. 13 © 2018 FUJITSU The driver for NVMe Storage: many new applications Many more new applications need massively parallel data access. More threads  More queues  More parallelism  NVMe. Classical Applications Classical Applications Emerging Applications DB VM OLTP ERP CRM Storage SAS SSDs provide best price performance Storage NVMe promotes massive parallelism of storage DB VM OLTP ERP CRM AI IOT Big Data ML/ DL
  15. 15. 14 © 2018 FUJITSU NVMe storage relies on the right environment To benefit from NVMe storage it is recommended to Deploy a 32 Gbps SAN infrastructure which is NVMe-oF ready Update switches, HBAs, OS drivers for end-to-end performance Check whether your applications allow parallelization for writing and reading data
  16. 16. 15 © 2018 FUJITSU Fujitsu will expand primary storage with NVMe Express-flash Storage All-round Flash Storage Hybrid Disk Storage SW-defined Storage Lowest costs of capacityReliable performance Relentless Performance High and affordable performance Balancing capacity, speed and costs in one system High capacities at lowest costs ETERNUS NVMe Storage Coming soon ETERNUS AF ETERNUS DX ETERNUS CD1000
  17. 17. 16 © 2018 FUJITSU Software-defined Storage (SDS) High, fast and flexible scalability Extended lifecycle, fewer migrations Lower costs (open source SDS!) Build your own storage Hidden costs – TCO risks Higher latency Advantages Challenges Data Management Software Decoupling data management from HW Networked architecture Based on ×86 servers
  18. 18. 17 © 2018 FUJITSU Current top usage areas of SDS Market estimations: share of data center storage based on SDS: ~10% - doubling to 20% in 2021. HCIS is biggest growth driver for SDS Object/S3 storage Distributed file storage Standalone SDS SDS as part of hyper- converged infrastructures
  19. 19. 18 © 2018 FUJITSU Build your own storage with care Look for complete SDS solutions!
  20. 20. 19 © 2018 FUJITSU ETERNUS CD10000 Reference Architecture ETERNUS CD10000 Reference Architecture Object Access Block Access File Access Unified Management via Admin Console Ceph Storage Software PRIMERGY Server nodes + Network Is built on software- defined, hyper-scale storage design principles Leverages strengths of Fujitsu PRIMERGY Server Best-practice based architecture Offers Software Support from Partners – Red Hat (Red Hat Ceph Storage) OR SUSE (Enterprise Storage)
  21. 21. 20 © 2018 FUJITSU Way to Convergence!
  22. 22. 21 © 2018 FUJITSU From ETERNUS to converged infrastructures 25 VMs 50 VMs 100 VMs 200 VMs Up to 2800 VMs … PRIMELEX for VMware vSphere
  23. 23. 22 © 2018 FUJITSU Part 2: Hyper-converged Scalability Storage scales independently Classical 3 tier architecture Network Compute Storage Integrated scalability Hyper-converged Infrastructure Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage Network Compute Storage
  24. 24. 23 © 2018 FUJITSU Hyper-Converged Infrastructure – Concept VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM Administration & Orchestration STORAGE VIRTUALIZATION NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION SERVER VIRTUALIZATION SSDs HDDs … SSD HDDs SSD HDDs
  25. 25. 24 © 2018 FUJITSU Large scale server virtualization Private Cloud Development of Storage in HCIS 1 Gartner “How to Decide If Hyperconverged Integrated Systems Can Replace Traditional Storage” 20 Sep 2017, P3 (HCIS is a rapidly expanding market segment that is expected to grow at a 48% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2016 to 2021.) 2 Gartner “2018 Strategic Roadmap for Storage” P3, 12 March 2018, ID G00350720 Main usage scenarios Desktop Virtualiza- tion Branch Office HCI +48%1 (CAGR) from 2016 to 2021 “By 2020, 20% of business critical applications currently deployed on 3-tier infrastructures will have transitioned to HCIS, up from 5% today”2 (Gartner 03/2018)
  26. 26. 25 © 2018 FUJITSU Storage in Hyper-converged IT (HCI) Advantages Challenges  Server in two roles: compute & storage  One management for virtual everything (server, storage network)  High and modular scalability  Less fit for heterogeneous storage workloads  Maintaining quality of service for data  Additional storage silo
  27. 27. 26 © 2018 FUJITSU Storage within HCIS – Examples Compute and Storage Cluster Storage Spaces Direct Hyper-V Virtual Machines Shared pool of local disks Microsoft vCenter Cloud Foundation NSX vSAN vSphere Hardware Management Plug-Ins SDDC Manager Hardware Management Services (HMS) Pre-qualified vSAN Ready Nodes (rack-mount servers incl. storage) VMware
  28. 28. 27 © 2018 FUJITSU Hyperconverged = Simplification ? Look for integrated systems!
  29. 29. 28 © 2018 FUJITSU PRIMEFLEX Hyper-converged Integrated Systems Hyper-converged Solutions vCenter Cloud Foundation NSX SDDC Manager vSAN vSphere Hardware Management Plug-Ins Hardware Management Services (HMS) Horizon Suite (Optional) vRealize Suite(Optional) Pre-qualified vSAN Ready Nodes (rack-mount servers incl. storage) Management Switch ToR Data Switches Inter Rack Spine Switches Compute and Storage Cluster Storage Space Direct Hyper-V Virtual Machines Shared pool of local disks vSphere vSAN VM VM VM VM VM VM Managed by vCenter SSD HDD SSD HDD SSD HDD ... ... vSAN Storage
  30. 30. 29 © 2018 FUJITSU HCIS for Akademiska Hus Sweden’s largest property company for universities Benefits  Enables mobility with a fully featured VDI accessible from a smartphone – no need for workstations  Allows scale-out on demand  New VDIs can be provisioned at the touch of a button  Halves costs while doubling efficiency and performance Solution  Plug-and-play solution PRIMEFLEX for VMware Cloud Foundation  Based on 14 PRIMERGY servers Challenge  Need for private, hybrid cloud IT for VDI  Remote/mobile access to 450 virtual desktops/CAD data from 16 locations
  31. 31. 30 © 2018 FUJITSU Fujitsu: always the right way to do storage ETERNUS DXETERNUS AF/future NVMe VMware MicrosoftETERNUS CD10000
  32. 32. 31 © 2018 FUJITSU More information about this topic ?  Visit the Fujitsu Storage area in the exhibition hall  Leave your email address for this white paper
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