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Abstract
This session will cover an overview of Software Defined
Environments and the int...
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This week with Tony Pearson
2
Day Time Topic
Monday 10:30am Software Defined Storage -- W...
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One Person – One Handheld Device
3
Operating
System
Compute
• CPU
• DRAM
Storage
• Persis...
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One Family – One Personal Computer
4
User /
Administrator
Users
(Family
members) Graphica...
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One Department – One Workplace
5
System
Admin
Storage Area Network (SAN)
Flash
Disk
Tape
...
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One IT Department – One Datacenter
6
Network
Admin
Users
SAN
LAN
Storage
Admin
Facilities...
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How is Software Defined Environment different?
Applications…
Business Requirements
Infras...
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Control Plane vs. Data Plane
Data Plane
Control Plane
Resource Pools
and Quotas Quality o...
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OpenStack IBM Cloud x86-only
IBM is a platinum sponsor of
OpenStack Foundation
OpenStack ...
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Software Defined Control and Deployment
Administrator-
Controlled Software-Controlled
How...
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Different Clients have a Different Focus
Cloud and
Managed Service
Providers
• Focus on i...
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OpenStack is a global collaboration of developers & cloud computing technologists
working...
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One Dashboard – One Cloud
13
Compute
• Hypervisors
• Virtual Machines
• VM images
Storage...
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OpenStack terminology
14
Compute Storage Shared Services Network
Nova
• Hypervisors
• VM ...
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OpenStack terminology – Compute
15
Nova
• Hypervisors
• VM instances
x86 systems VMware, ...
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OpenStack terminology – Storage
16
Cinder
• Volumes
Swift
• Objects
Manila
• File systems...
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OpenStack terminology – Telemetry
17
Nova GlanceCinderSwift
Ceilometer
• Usage Statistics...
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OpenStack terminology – Network
Flat mode All Instances are attached to a single Linux br...
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Deliver Management Solutions
Perform Optimizations
Contribute Platform Support
IBM Cloud ...
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Get It Your Way: Software, Cloud Service or Pre-built System
Proven Technology, Open Stan...
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Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities
IBM Spectrum Storage™ family
IBM Spec...
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XIV – Radical Simplicity but with
Enterprise-Class features
Radical simplicity
• Breakthr...
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3-15
Modules
What’s Different about Spectrum Accelerate?
23
12 SED
1, 2, 3, 4, 6 TB
Optio...
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Virtualize Your Infrastructure
Virtual Server
Infrastructure
Virtual Storage Infrastructu...
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I/O Group 0 I/O Group 3…
Volumes:
Belong to one or more I/O Groups
Volume Size 16 MB to 2...
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Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities
IBM Spectrum Storage™ family
IBM Spec...
© Copyright IBM Corporation 2015
Spectrum Scale – Flexible File and Object Storage
FS1
FS256. . .Exabyte-Scale,
Global
Nam...
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IBM Spectrum Scale™ – Supported Topologies
Twin-tailed
SAN
Internal, Direct-Attach
Shared...
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IBM Spectrum Scale™ replaces
other POSIX file systems
SAN
Direct-Attach
SAN-level Storage...
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TCP/IP or RDMA
IBM Spectrum Scale™ as Object Storage
30
SAN
OpenStack Swift
Amazon S3
Ama...
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IBM Spectrum Scale – Tape options
31
• For Spectrum Protect or HPSS
• HSM client is insta...
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Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities
IBM Spectrum Storage™ family
Manageme...
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Service Class Based Provisioning
33
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SAN
OpenStack Support for Volumes
34
DS8000 XIV
Accelerate
FlashSystem
900
IBM Spectrum
A...
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OpenStack Support for Volume, File and Object
35
Glance
• VM images
• Disk images
Cinder
...
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IBM Software Defined Storage
Data Plane
IBM Software Defined Storage
Control Plane
IBM fo...
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Some great prizes
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OpenStack & Spectrum Scale
• OpenStack (as of Havana release) includes a Cinder driver...
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Cinder Support across IBM products
40
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OpenStack Cinder Support in Spectrum Control
41
• Support for Cinder driver that enables
...
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The Rise of Open Source: Linux and OpenStack
42
1991
1993
1995
1998
1999
2000
2010
2013
T...
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Source http://www.stackalytics.com/
Essex
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Core Contributors: 1
Technical Contributors:...
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OpenStack – Releases
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IBM Tucson Executive Briefing Center
• Tucson, Arizona is home for
storage hardware an...
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About the Speaker
Tony Pearson is a Master Inventor and Senior managing consultant for...
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Email:
tpearson@us.ibm.com
Twitter:
twitter.com/az99Øtony
Blog:
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  1. 1. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Technical University/Symposia materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM. sCV3179 IBM Spectrum Storage™ Integration with OpenStack Tony Pearson Master Inventor and Senior IT Specialist IBM Corporation
  2. 2. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Abstract This session will cover an overview of Software Defined Environments and the integration of IBM Spectrum Storage™ family with OpenStack solutions. 1
  3. 3. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 This week with Tony Pearson 2 Day Time Topic Monday 10:30am Software Defined Storage -- Why? What? How? (repeats Tuesday) 03:00pm IBM's Cloud Storage Options (repeats Wednesday) 04:30pm Data Footprint Reduction – Understanding IBM Storage Efficiency Options Tuesday 10:30am Software Defined Storage -- Why? What? How? 12:30pm What Is Big Data? Architectures and Practical Use Cases 01:45pm IBM Smarter Storage Strategy (repeats Wednesday) Wednesday 09:00am New Generation of Storage Tiering: Less Management Lower Investment and Increased Performance 10:30am IBM Smarter Storage Strategy 12:30pm IBM's Cloud Storage Options 01:45pm IBM Spectrum Scale (Elastic Storage) Offerings Thursday 12:30pm The Pendulum Swings Back -- Understanding Converged and Hyperconverged Environments Friday 09:00am IBM Spectrum Storage Integration with OpenStack
  4. 4. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 One Person – One Handheld Device 3 Operating System Compute • CPU • DRAM Storage • Persistent Flash or Disk Utilities • Passwords • Usage Statistics Network • Wi-Fi • 4G-LTE User / Administrator Requirements • Does this device have everything I need to run my applications?
  5. 5. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 One Family – One Personal Computer 4 User / Administrator Users (Family members) Graphical User Interface (GUI) Command Line Interface (CLI) Wizards Orchestration Scripts Storage • Do I have enough capacity to store my family photos, videos and music? Do I need external storage for backups? Utilities • Do I need to control or monitor what my children see and do? Network • Do I need to use VPN to get to work? Do I need to filter what sites my children can access? Compute • Do I have enough CPU and Memory to play games?
  6. 6. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 One Department – One Workplace 5 System Admin Storage Area Network (SAN) Flash Disk Tape Local Area Network (LAN) Identity Management Usage Statistics Users eMail Spam Filter Anti-Virus Checking Filewall Web Cache
  7. 7. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 One IT Department – One Datacenter 6 Network Admin Users SAN LAN Storage Admin Facilities Server Admin Application owners
  8. 8. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 How is Software Defined Environment different? Applications… Business Requirements Infrastructure… Servers, Storage, Networks Optimize Your ResourcesOptimize Your Resources Automate Your WorkloadsAutomate Your Workloads Simplified Management Simplified Management ComputeCompute StorageStorage NetworkNetwork APIs Orchestration Service Levels Standard Interfaces Provisioning Virtualization Control Plane Data Plane Facilities Server Admin Storage Admin Application Owner Network Admin 7
  9. 9. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Control Plane vs. Data Plane Data Plane Control Plane Resource Pools and Quotas Quality of Service (QoS) Service Catalog 8
  10. 10. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack IBM Cloud x86-only IBM is a platinum sponsor of OpenStack Foundation OpenStack open source code can manage IBM compute, network and storage resources OpenStack supports x86, POWER Systems and z System mainframe IBM offers Cinder interfaces on most of its major storage products and Swift interfaces for object access IBM Cloud is based on OpenStack open source code with value- added proprietary features from IBM IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack and IBM Cloud Orchestrator support a variety of server hypervisors IBM Spectrum Control™ provide reporting, provisioning, trouble shooting and chargeback capabilities VMware and Microsoft are entirely proprietary, but have a large market share for x86-based server infrastructure IBM was VMware’s first OEM and joint development partner (since 1998) IBM Global Services is one of VMware’s largest customers IBM and Microsoft agreement to offer SQL Server and .NET on IBM Cloud and IBM software on Microsoft Azure “Some assembly required” Enterprise-ready out of the box x86, POWER systems and z System mainframe Concerns about vendor lock-in IBM is Focused on these Software Defined Environments 9
  11. 11. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Software Defined Control and Deployment Administrator- Controlled Software-Controlled How is it controlled? • ProtecTIER appliance and gateway • LTFS software with LTO tape drives • IBM Spectrum Storage™ family • XIV storage system • Elastic Storage Server Howisitdeployed? Industry-Standard Hardware • Software • Pre-built systems • Cloud services • FlashSystem 900 • Enterprise Tape drives and libraries • FlashSystem V9000 • SVC/Storwize with Intel QuickAssist • DS8000 Specialized Hardware • Co-processors • ASICs, FPGAs • Adapters I II IVIII 10
  12. 12. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Different Clients have a Different Focus Cloud and Managed Service Providers • Focus on industry-standard x86 and OpenPOWER servers that can be quickly re-purposed • Offer services based on advanced software that can be deployed as needed on existing industry-standard rack-optimized equipment • Predictable, consistent performance Focus: Industry-standard HW Focus: Software Controls • Focus on Software APIs to simplify, automate and control existing investments • Use specialized hardware to provide optimal performance for mission-critical applications Data Centers 11
  13. 13. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack is a global collaboration of developers & cloud computing technologists working to produce an ubiquitous Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) open source cloud computing platform for public & private clouds. http://openstack.org OpenStack Cloud Management Software Design Tenets… •Scalability and elasticity are main goals •Share nothing, distribute everything (asynchronous and horizontally scalable) •Any feature that limits our main goals must be optional •Accept eventual consistency and use it where appropriate Platinum Sponsors Gold Sponsors 12
  14. 14. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 One Dashboard – One Cloud 13 Compute • Hypervisors • Virtual Machines • VM images Storage • Volumes • Objects • File Systems Shared Services • Identity management for users/passwords • Usage Statistics Metering Network • Focused on TCP/IP based networks Users, Developers, Administrators OpenStack software controls large pools of compute, storage and networking resources throughout a datacenter, managed through a dashboard or via the OpenStack API Dashboard • GUI and CLI interfaces • Orchestration • Private Cloud • Public Cloud
  15. 15. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack terminology 14 Compute Storage Shared Services Network Nova • Hypervisors • VM instances Glance • VM images • Disk images Cinder • Volumes Swift • Objects Manila • File systems Keystone • Policy and authentication services, users and passwords Ceilometer • Usage Statistics Metering Neutron • VPN • Firewall • Load Balancing Heat • Orchestration, coordinate the deployment of resources for an application Horizon • OpenStack dashboard, a web application that runs on Apache
  16. 16. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack terminology – Compute 15 Nova • Hypervisors • VM instances x86 systems VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, Xen, Docker, Linux Containers LXC POWER Systems PowerVM, PowerKVM, Docker z Systems z/VM, Docker, zKVM (TBD) Glance • VM images • Disk images Swift • Objects File System Amazon S3 or HTTP Disk formats: raw, vhd, vmdk, vdi, iso, qcow2, aki, ari, ami Container formats: bare, ovf, ova, aki, ari, ami
  17. 17. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack terminology – Storage 16 Cinder • Volumes Swift • Objects Manila • File systems Proposal: The File Share Service prototype, in a similar manner to Cinder, provides coordinated access to shared or distributed file systems. The primary consumption of file shares would be across OpenStack Compute instances. Block LUN Volume- on-file Volume- on-object Create, Delete and Extend volumes; take snapshots, images and clones; attach/detach from VM instances Create and Delete containers and objects – Storing an object is like “valet parking” your data Object- on-file Object-on- database
  18. 18. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack terminology – Telemetry 17 Nova GlanceCinderSwift Ceilometer • Usage Statistics Metering
  19. 19. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack terminology – Network Flat mode All Instances are attached to a single Linux bridge IP addresses are injected into image on launch (from configuration file) Flat DHCP Similar to Flat Mode with DHCP for IP addresses VLAN (default) A VLAN, Fixed IP Subnet and Linux bridge per tenant Switch must support 802.1Q VLAN tagging Neutron • TCP/IP based networks Virtual Private Network (VPN) IPsec support Site-to-Site and Single-to- Multi-site configurations Firewall Separate FW service IP tables support Load Balancing HA Proxy support Vendor specific framework in place 18
  20. 20. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Deliver Management Solutions Perform Optimizations Contribute Platform Support IBM Cloud Orchestrator IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack IBM PowerVC IBM Spectrum Control Live upgrades Security and authentication OVF Images Membership services Globalization translation integration QA enhancements IBM DB2 support PowerVM, KVM, z/VM IBM DS8000, Storwize, SVC, XIV IBM Spectrum Scale IBM SDN for VE, OpenFlow Switches IBM OpenStack Platform IBM Contributions HEAT Orchestration OpenStack IaaS APIs TOSCA Nova Cinder DriversDrivers Neutron Drivers IBM Unique Value Swift Drivers IBM is committed to OpenStack with contributions and added value 19
  21. 21. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Get It Your Way: Software, Cloud Service or Pre-built System Proven Technology, Open Standards, Modular Adoption More than $ 1 Billion Investment over next 5 years Announcing IBM Spectrum Storage™ family Management Insight Spectrum Control™ Governance Spectrum Protect™ Block File and Object Flexibility Spectrum Accelerate™ Utilization Spectrum Virtualize™ Elasticity Spectrum Scale™ Placement Spectrum Archive™ 20
  22. 22. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities IBM Spectrum Storage™ family IBM Spectrum Accelerate™ • Offers hot-spot free block-level access across internal flash and disk resources • Thin provisioning, Space-efficient Snapshots and Remote Mirroring capability • Based on technology from XIV Storage System IBM Spectrum Virtualize™ • Offers storage virtualization of over 300 different flash and disk systems • Thin provisioning, Real- time Compression (RtC), FlashCopy and Remote Mirroring capability • Based on technology from SAN Volume Controller and Storwize family of products Block Flexibility Spectrum Accelerate™ Utilization Spectrum Virtualize™ Software Defined Environment 21
  23. 23. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 XIV – Radical Simplicity but with Enterprise-Class features Radical simplicity • Breakthrough GUI, CLI and Mobile App • OpenStack, IBM Cloud, VMware, Microsoft and RESTful APIs Low-touch management • No RAID groups • Extreme ease of use across all functionality • Create volume, resize volume, take snapshot, mirror volume Self Tuning / Self Healing • Ultra fast rebuild times • No manual performance optimization • No hotspots, no tuning • Not even when adding capacity Enterprise-class Software features • QoS performance classes • Thin provisioning and space reclamation • IBM Hyper-Scale consistency and mobility • Advanced reporting • Data at rest encryption • Performance acceleration with Flash cache • Snapshots and remote mirroring • Data migration from other disk systems 22
  24. 24. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 3-15 Modules What’s Different about Spectrum Accelerate? 23 12 SED 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 TB Optional SSD 500, 800 GB 6 cores 24-48 GB RAM FCP Ethernet IB FCP Ethernet IB 6-15 Modules Host SAN Hyper-Scale Host iSCSI + Mgmt Inter node 6-12 HDD 1, 2, 3, 4 TB Optional SSD 500-800 GB 4-16 cores 32-48 GB RAM VMware ESXi 5.5 Ethernet Ethernet Host iSCSI + Inter-node + Management Accelerate
  25. 25. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Virtualize Your Infrastructure Virtual Server Infrastructure Virtual Storage Infrastructure Built with IBM Spectrum Virtualize™Storage Hypervisor Midrange and Entry-Level Storwize V7000, V5000, V3000 IBM Spectrum Control™ Enterprise SAN Volume Controller Flash FlashSystem V9000 Virtualize 24
  26. 26. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 I/O Group 0 I/O Group 3… Volumes: Belong to one or more I/O Groups Volume Size 16 MB to 256 TB Dynamically Expandable Thin-Provisioned, Compressed Cluster: 1-4 Node-pairs (I/O Groups) Cache, Copy Services Storage Pools: Managed Disks from 256 flash and disk systems Assign LUNs to Storage Pools Define Extent size (16MB to 8GB) Gold Silver Bronze Storage Hypervisor – Terminology 25
  27. 27. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities IBM Spectrum Storage™ family IBM Spectrum Scale™ • Offers a global name space of file and object access storage • Space-efficient snapshots, Information Lifecycle management (ILM), Active File Management (AFM) and remote mirroring • Based on technology from IBM General Parallel File System (GPFS) IBM Spectrum Archive™ • Extends IBM Spectrum Scale™ to IBM tape libraries, with LTO or Enterprise tape drives • Drastically lowers the cost for long-term data retention • Based on technology from IBM Linear Tape File System (LTFS) Software Defined Environment File and Object Elasticity Spectrum Scale™ Placement Spectrum Archive™ 26
  28. 28. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Spectrum Scale – Flexible File and Object Storage FS1 FS256. . .Exabyte-Scale, Global Namespace One big file system or divide into as many as 256 smaller file systems Each file system can be further divided into fileset containers Flash and Disk LUNs are called Network Shared Disks (NSD) Metadata can be separated to its own Pool or intermixed with data Files can be migrated to Tape 27
  29. 29. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 IBM Spectrum Scale™ – Supported Topologies Twin-tailed SAN Internal, Direct-Attach Shared PoolsFPO Pools NSD Servers Access files on direct, twin- tailed or SAN attached disk Can export files to External and NSD clients File Placement Optimization (FPO) Servers Access files on direct attached disk Exports files to other FPO servers External Clients • Access files via file and object protocols over IP network TCP/IP 28 NSD Clients • Access POSIX files via SAN, TCP/IP or RDMA TCP/IP or RDMA network
  30. 30. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 IBM Spectrum Scale™ replaces other POSIX file systems SAN Direct-Attach SAN-level Storage JFS2 EXT4 NTFS • Works like OS-specific POSIX file systems • No file transfers required between OS • Linux on x86, POWER and z Systems TCP/IP or RDMA Network Twin-tailed 29
  31. 31. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 TCP/IP or RDMA IBM Spectrum Scale™ as Object Storage 30 SAN OpenStack Swift Amazon S3 Amazon S3 OpenStack Swift Object Store Object Store Object-level Storage Twin-tailed Elastic Storage Server TCP/IP Network Network load balancer
  32. 32. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 IBM Spectrum Scale – Tape options 31 • For Spectrum Protect or HPSS • HSM client is installed on Spectrum Scale cluster • Spectrum Scale sends migrations copy to HSM sever • HSM Server stores data in proprietary format IBM Spectrum Protect/HPSS IBM Spectrum Archive Spectrum Archive is installed on select NSD servers of Spectrum Scale cluster Spectrum Archive migrates data directly to LTFS-format tape Spectrum Scale Cluster SAN Spectrum Scale Cluster SAN HSM Client HSM Server IBM Spectrum Protect (and HPSS) support a variety of flash, disk, virtual and physical tape libraries and optical libraries IBM Spectrum Archive eliminates a need for a TSM server, but is limited to LTFS-enabled tape libraries DB LTFS HSM Spectrum Archive
  33. 33. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Exploring IBM Software Defined Storage Capabilities IBM Spectrum Storage™ family Management Insight Spectrum Control™ Governance Spectrum Protect™ IBM Spectrum Control™ • Offers Application programming interfaces (API) for OpenStack, IBM Cloud and x86-only environments like VMware and Microsoft • Based on technology from IBM SmartCloud Virtual Storage Center, IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center IBM Spectrum Protect™ • Offers Backup, Archive and HSM capabilities • Extended to support Virtual and Cloud environments • Based on technology from IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Unified Backup and Recovery Suite Software Defined Environment 32
  34. 34. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Service Class Based Provisioning 33
  35. 35. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 SAN OpenStack Support for Volumes 34 DS8000 XIV Accelerate FlashSystem 900 IBM Spectrum Accelerate Storage Hypervisor SVC, Storwize, FlashSystem V9000 Built with IBM Spectrum Virtualize™ Hundreds of IBM and non-IBM flash and disk systems that may not offer native OpenStack Cinder support Virtualize • Create, Delete and Extend volumes • Take snapshots (FlashCopy), images and clones • Attach and Detach to/from VM instances Scale Control IBM Spectrum Scale Cinder • Volumes IBM Spectrum Control
  36. 36. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack Support for Volume, File and Object 35 Glance • VM images • Disk images Cinder • Volumes Swift • Objects Manila • File systems Global Name Space Volume-on-file Object-on-file • Create, Delete and Extend volumes • Take snapshots (FlashCopy) and clones • Volumes Images, Images Volumes • Attach and Detach to/from VM instances • Create and Delete containers in account • Upload, Download and Delete objects • List containers or objects in a container • Display and update metadata Keystone • Access control
  37. 37. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 IBM Software Defined Storage Data Plane IBM Software Defined Storage Control Plane IBM for Software Defined Storage Infrastructure should match application requirements OpenStack manages large pools of resources through dashboard and API IBM Software Defined Storage supports OpenStack environments Scale Control Protect IBM ranked #1 in Software Defined Storage with 40% market share in 2014 36 VirtualizeAccelerate Archive
  38. 38. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 37 Some great prizes to be won! Please fill out an evaluation Session: sCV3179
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  40. 40. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 39 OpenStack & Spectrum Scale • OpenStack (as of Havana release) includes a Cinder driver • Giving architects access to the features and capabilities of the industry’s leading enterprise scale-out software defined storage • With OpenStack on Spectrum Scale, all nodes see all data • Copying data between services, like Glance to Cinder is minimized or eliminated • Speeding instance creation and conserving storage space • Rich set of data management and information lifecycle features • Efficient file clones • Policy based automation optimizing data placement for locality or performance tier • Industrial strength reliability, minimizing risk • Cinder driver provides resilient block storage, minimal data copying between services, speedy instance creation and efficient space utilization Cinder Integration Swift Integration • Consolidate File and Object under a single shared storage infrastructure. • Simplifies data management: • Global namespace eliminates the physical client-to-server mappings • Ideal platform to perform common storage management tasks, such as automated storage tiering and user transparent data migration • Flat namespace eliminates the hassle of organizing data in a hierarchical namespace
  41. 41. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Cinder Support across IBM products 40
  42. 42. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack Cinder Support in Spectrum Control 41 • Support for Cinder driver that enables storage provisioning based on Service Classes • Enables provisioning for non-IBM devices that don’t support Cinder natively • New services include copy management, compression and compliance management for SDS environments • Snapshot / FlashCopy support • Cinder scheduler support to align execution activities with change control windows Hundreds of IBM and non-IBM flash and disk systems Block LUNCinder
  43. 43. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 The Rise of Open Source: Linux and OpenStack 42 1991 1993 1995 1998 1999 2000 2010 2013 The Linux kernel is developed to access large UNIX servers independent of an operating system More than 100 developers contribute code to Linux Broad hardware support rapidly ramps adoption IBM, Compaq and Oracle publically announce support IBM announces extensive Linux project IBM announces $1B investment in Linux Linux-based Android leads the worldwide smartphone market 94% of the world’s top 500 supercomputers run Linux 15 million lines of code are contributed by 8,000 developers and 800 companies 2010 OpenStack project started by Rackspace and NASA as an open alternative to proprietary cloud software 2012 IBM, Rackspace, Red Hat, AT&T and others establish the OpenStack Foundation, today which boasts 9,500 individual members from 100 countries and 850 different organizations Leading cloud technology companies as well as large ISVs choose OpenStack for their core business 2011 OpenStack participation grows rapidly in terms of contributors, members, followers and community 2013 IBM unveils both private IaaS and orchestrated cloud software based on OpenStack OpenStack community grows to more than 15,000 people from 134 countries with almost 1,000 developers active in the current release IDC predicts 2013 is “the year OpenStack goes commercial”
  44. 44. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 Source http://www.stackalytics.com/ Essex 54 Core Contributors: 1 Technical Contributors: 2 Commits: 9 Blueprints: 0 Projects: 6 Folsom Core Contributors: 4 Technical Contributors: 18 Commits: 181 Blueprints: 9 Projects: 20 100 Grizzly 270 Core Contributors: 10 Technical Contributors: 38 Commits: 961 Blueprints: 35 Projects: 33 Havana Core Contributors: 13 Technical Contributors: 85 Commits: 1595 Blueprints: 71 Projects: 48 380 Total IBMers Key Contributions: Chinese Translation Nova Hygiene Storage Enhancements Total IBMers Key Contributions: Integration Tests Crowd Sourced Translation Membership Services Key Contributions: API Stability Storage Enhancements 21% of Nova design features Total IBMers Total IBMers Key Contributions: Enterprise Security Ceilometer Quality Assurance Icehouse 270 Core Contributors: 14 Technical Contributors: 107 Commits: 1722 Blueprints: 85 Projects: 61 Key Contributions: Quality Assurance Authentication & Security 15% of Compute features Total IBMers Juno Core Contributors: 15 Technical Contributors: 109 Commits: 1669 Blueprints: 48 Projects: 78 Key Contributions: Federated Identity Block Volume Replication Dashboard Enhancements 400Total IBMers Kilo 400+ Core Contributors: 20 Technical Contributors: 116 Commits: 1994 Blueprints: 67 Projects: 106 Key Contributions: Compute Enhancements 36% of Magnum commits RefStack Total IBMers 380 • As a founding and platinum member, IBM’s commitment to OpenStack is unparalleled • 20 IBM employees are core contributors, as selected by OpenStack Project Technical Leadership • 100+ IBM employees are active OpenStack contributors • 400+ IBM employees are working on OpenStack initiatives • IBM has been a leading contributor (top three) for each recent OpenStack release • OpenStack is a fundamental part of IBM’s hybrid strategy, and aligns with our initiatives on Software Defined Environments. OpenStack is Leading the Way for Open Cloud Infrastructure 43
  45. 45. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 OpenStack – Releases 44
  46. 46. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 45 IBM Tucson Executive Briefing Center • Tucson, Arizona is home for storage hardware and software design and development • IBM Tucson Executive Briefing Center offers: • Technology briefings • Product demonstrations • Solution workshops • Take a video tour! • http://youtu.be/CXrpoCZAazg
  47. 47. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 46 About the Speaker Tony Pearson is a Master Inventor and Senior managing consultant for the IBM System Storage™ product line. Tony joined IBM Corporation in 1986 in Tucson, Arizona, USA, and has lived there ever since. In his current role, Tony presents briefings on storage topics covering the entire System Storage product line, Tivoli storage software products, and topics related to Cloud Computing. He interacts with clients, speaks at conferences and events, and leads client workshops to help clients with strategic planning for IBM’s integrated set of storage management software, hardware, and virtualization products. Tony writes the “Inside System Storage” blog, which is read by hundreds of clients, IBM sales reps and IBM Business Partners every week. This blog was rated one of the top 10 blogs for the IT storage industry by “Networking World” magazine, and #1 most read IBM blog on IBM’s developerWorks. The blog has been published in series of books, Inside System Storage: Volume I through V. Over the past years, Tony has worked in development, marketing and customer care positions for various storage hardware and software products. Tony has a Bachelor of Science degree in Software Engineering, and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Arizona. Tony holds 19 IBM patents for inventions on storage hardware and software products. 9000 S. Rita Road Bldg 9032 Floor 1 Tucson, AZ 85744 +1 520-799-4309 (Office) tpearson@us.ibm.com Tony Pearson Master Inventor, Senior IT Specialist IBM System Storage™
  48. 48. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2015 47 Email: tpearson@us.ibm.com Twitter: twitter.com/az99Øtony Blog: ibm.co/Pearson Books: www.lulu.com/spotlight/99Ø_tony IBM Expert Network on Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/az99Øtony Facebook: www.facebook.com/tony.pearson.16121 Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=103718598 Additional Resources from Tony Pearson
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