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SAN Volume Controller References Jan 2006 Roger Wofford Storage Software Product Marketing © 2006 SAN Volume Controller References Jan 2006 Roger Wofford Storage Software Product Marketing © 2006 IBM Corporation

Solution § Introduced SAN Volume Controller to manage the storage infrastructure § Added DS Solution § Introduced SAN Volume Controller to manage the storage infrastructure § Added DS 4500 for departmental use and as a Flash. Copy target § Uses SVC-based Flash. Copy between ESS and DS 4500 to reduce costs Business Challenge § Integrate IT infrastructure with Softbank due to acquisition § Create tiered storage to reduce costs § Reduce the cost of implementing copy services 2 IBM Confidential Benefits § Improved scalability and flexibility for a lower cost § Reduced the need for more capacity by using their existing storage more efficiently § Enables easy redistribution of storage assets as application requirements grow © 2006 IBM Corporation

Solution § DS 4500 storage with both FC and SATA drives § SAN Volume Solution § DS 4500 storage with both FC and SATA drives § SAN Volume Controller to create and manage tiers of storage from a central point § SAN File System for policy-based file movement between storage tiers Benefits § Reduced overall costs by 10% Business Challenge § Simpler to manage their large and growing environment § Manage their client’s needs better § Set the stage for 6 X storage growth expected in 2006 § Increase their flexibility § Ensure proper access levels to research data 3 IBM Confidential © 2006 IBM Corporation

Solution § Consolidated servers into IBM Blade. Center and p. Series servers § Consolidated Solution § Consolidated servers into IBM Blade. Center and p. Series servers § Consolidated storage into ESS and DS 4000 managed by SAN Volume Controller § Implemented SAN Volume Controller & ESS 800 at remote site Business Challenge Benefits § Improve the performance and scalability of their IT infrastructure § Increased business critical application performance by 50% § Simplify their storage administration to save costs and improve personnel productivity § Cut end-user response times in half § Improve their disaster recovery capabilities 4 IBM Confidential § Used SAN Volume Controller data movement to simplify the transition from HP storage © 2006 IBM Corporation

Charles Vogele Trading Group AG Solution § Introduced SAN Volume Controller at two sites Charles Vogele Trading Group AG Solution § Introduced SAN Volume Controller at two sites to manage multiple DS 4000 storage servers § IBM p. Series servers + HACMP create their high availability environment § GPFS enables parallel applications to access the same files from either site Business Challenge § Improve IT flexibility § Expect to save $700 K in maintenance fees alone § Implement a disaster recovery capability § Reduced batch processing time by 67% § Increase its availability to 99. 99% 5 Benefits § Achieved 99. 99% availability to their clients IBM Confidential © 2006 IBM Corporation

Solution § DS 4400 storage at both sites : § SAN Volume Controller to Solution § DS 4400 storage at both sites : § SAN Volume Controller to manage the storage § Metro Mirror for SAN Volume Controller to replicate between the sites over a Cisco DWDM network Business Challenge § Create a DR capability to meet APRA standards § Link their data centers, 40 km apart § Achieve more efficient storage capabilities 6 IBM Confidential Benefits § Flexible, reliable storage solution § Disaster recovery capabilities exceed APRA requirements § Storage is simpler to manage and their personnel are more productive © 2006 IBM Corporation

Solution § Constructed a new call center that also serves as a failover & Solution § Constructed a new call center that also serves as a failover & disaster recovery site § IBM Grid Computing solution with IBM Bladecenter, x. Series and VMware server virtualization § SAN Volume Controller manages DS 4000 / DS 8000 storage & TSM + IBM Tape provide DR protection Business Challenge Benefits § New regulations required keeping records of all security calls § Expects to save $1 m in first 18 months § Enhance business resiliency to satisfy elevated customer demands § Reduce costs to enable profitable expansion 7 IBM Confidential § SVC enabled storage consolidation & enhanced scalability § TSM simplified storage management and enabled efficient backups © 2006 IBM Corporation

SVC Client References as Proof Points Industry Client Benefits Realized Transportation Professional Services DIS-AG SVC Client References as Proof Points Industry Client Benefits Realized Transportation Professional Services DIS-AG Healthcare Care New England Insurance Desjardins Media & Entertainment Yurion, Inc Consumer Products Smithfield Foods Financial Services 8 California Dept of Motor § Shares storage capacity from a single pool across its server environment Vehicles § Simplified their infrastructure and it’s easier to manage Australian Administration Services IBM Confidential § Simplified storage growth and server upgrades § Mirrors and copies CRM, Web interface & MS Exchange environments § Used SVC for data migration for its new data center, increasing uptime § Reduced costs by replicating between different classes of storage § Created a tiered storage environment for easier backups § Simplified provisioning across all storage from a single point § Ensures 100% availability of its music services to its users § Enables a single admin to monitor and configure the grid remotely § Simplified managing storage and streamlined admin tasks § A principal factor in achieving 10% annual profit growth § Increased flexibility and scalability to support expected growth § Supports multi-vendor strategy to reduce costs © 2006 IBM Corporation

SAN Volume Controller References with Heterogeneous Storage IBM Sales Contact Storage Managed Florence Scherrer SAN Volume Controller References with Heterogeneous Storage IBM Sales Contact Storage Managed Florence Scherrer Phone: 33 -1– 4905 8680 [email protected] ibm. com EMC § Reduced backup times from five hours to two hours Group Humanis (France) IBM § Increased utilization of storage assets China Construction Bank (China) Wei Jin Phone: 86 -21 -6326 -2288 -2391 [email protected] ibm. com EMC § Reduced storage management requirements by 50% IBM § Overall storage performance increased 3 X Michael E. Shahbazian Phone: (813) 356 -4850 [email protected] ibm. com EMC § Increased supply chain efficiencies by 25% Marine Max (US) Andy Harmond Phone: (804) 327 -4941 [email protected] ibm. com EMC § Expects to more than double their storage utilization from 40% to 85% City of Richmond (US) IBM § Significantly reduced disk storage costs Young. Kyoon Ahn Phone: 822 -3781 -7010 [email protected] ibm. com EMC Daishin Securities (Korea) § Created a multi-vendor disaster recovery environment between EMC and IBM disks EMC § Created tiered storage environment to match business needs Zf Lenkesysteme Gmbh (Germany) Alexander Klaeger Phone: 49 -711 -785 -0 X 2640 [email protected] ibm. com IBM § Increased storage utilization of existing assets Client 9 IBM Confidential Client Benefits Realized § Saved hundreds of hours of development costs IBM § Reduced the complexity and costs of managing storage § Lowered the costs of managing heterogeneous storage © 2006 IBM Corporation