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Multi-protocol Storage in a VMware Environment © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Multi-protocol Storage in a VMware Environment © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 1

Benefits of Server and Storage Consolidation Simplifies management – Centralize storage management – Improve Benefits of Server and Storage Consolidation Simplifies management – Centralize storage management – Improve service levels SERVER VIRTUALIZATION AND NETWORK STORAGE Increases flexibility – Optimize capacity planning – Eliminate scheduled downtime Reduces total cost of ownership – Improve capacity utilization – Require fewer high-powered systems Storage network Enables high-speed, nondisruptive server workload movement – Migration (VMware VMotion) – Failover (high availability) – Load balancing (VMware DRS— Distributed Resource Scheduler) © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 2

EMC Celerra Platforms The Industry-Leading IP Storage Platform Integrated Gateway Dedicated storage Easy to EMC Celerra Platforms The Industry-Leading IP Storage Platform Integrated Gateway Dedicated storage Easy to deploy Simple to manage Shared storage Add NAS, i. SCSI to Fibre Channel SAN Highest storage usage Consolidated management NS 20 NS 40 NS 80 NS 40 G NS 80 G NSX Availability Failover Advanced clustering Number of blades 1 or 2 2– 4 4– 8 Connectivity NAS, i. SCSI, Fibre Channel option NAS, i. SCSI, Fibre Channel Storage CLARii. ON, Symmetrix CLARii. ON, Symmetrix 48 TB 96 TB 224 TB Maximum usable IP 32 TB storage capacity © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 3

Why Customers Choose Celerra for VMware No risk infrastructure Management and Automation – i. Why Customers Choose Celerra for VMware No risk infrastructure Management and Automation – i. SCSI, NAS and Fibre Channel High availability Virtual Infrastructure – No-compromise, five 9 s (99. 999) percent availability Information protection – Celerra Replicator – Celerra Snap. Sure Advanced functionality – Automated Volume Management – Virtual provisioning Virtual Machines APP APP APP OS OS OS Virtual SMP OS OS OS ESX Server OS OS VMFS Enterprise servers Ease of use – Celerra Manager – EMC Replication Manager Enterprise network VMware Certified – E-lab certified, Reference Architectures – VMware Services © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Celerra 4

Celerra: No-Compromise Availability for Virtualized IT Environments Five 9 s Availability Server virtualization provides Celerra: No-Compromise Availability for Virtualized IT Environments Five 9 s Availability Server virtualization provides resource resiliency and resource flexibility Benefits of server virtualization realized with highest availability storage – Advanced N+1 clustering § N+1 means no performance degradation after failover – Controller-based RAID § Consistent, predictable performance during RAID events – Independent management § Independent management station notifies and manages any failure events © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 5

Celerra Replication and VMware Availability Guest operating system images and the application data can Celerra Replication and VMware Availability Guest operating system images and the application data can be replicated Application-consistent replication – Fibre Channel or i. SCSI – Local or remote replicas – Integration with EMC Replication Manager Celerra Snap. Sure and Celerra Replicator for NFS – Replication granularity is entire NFS volume SOFTWARE HARDWARE ESX Server Replica of Windows app data Linux app data VMware: Virtualization layer Windows app data x 86 architecture © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 6

Celerra Virtual Provisioning Advanced Functionality Capacity oversubscription – File systems – i. SCSI LUNs Celerra Virtual Provisioning Advanced Functionality Capacity oversubscription – File systems – i. SCSI LUNs – Logical size greater than physical size Physical allocation in real time to logical size Logical application and user view 3 GB i. SCSI Dynamic LUN Extension past logical size © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 1 GB 2 GB User A 10 GB Physical allocation Virtual Provisioning safeguards Automatic File System Extension past logical size Physical consumed storage User B 10 GB 4 GB 3 GB User C 10 GB 7

Celerra Virtual Provisioning and VMware— Maximize Storage Utilization Advanced Functionality With Virtual Provisioning enabled Celerra Virtual Provisioning and VMware— Maximize Storage Utilization Advanced Functionality With Virtual Provisioning enabled – Additional storage allocated only when needed – File system automatically extends when its utilization raises – Virtual machines are presented with upper-size storage limit In this model – No need to over-provision – Unallocated space can be utilized across the virtual data center 5 GB 10 GB 15 GB 10 GB Unused file system space 80 GB file system © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 8

Celerra Flexible Deployment Options for VMware Flexibility VMware ESX Server APP APP APP APP Celerra Flexible Deployment Options for VMware Flexibility VMware ESX Server APP APP APP APP APP OS OS OS OS OS Ethernet Fibre Channel i. SCSI SAN NAS SAN Flexible connectivity options: NAS, i. SCSI, Fibre Channel Add Fibre Channel if required for bandwidth-intensive applications Celerra NS 20/NS 40 © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 9

EMC Celerra Best Practices with VMware ESX Flexibility Feature Fibre Channel SAN i. SCSI EMC Celerra Best Practices with VMware ESX Flexibility Feature Fibre Channel SAN i. SCSI NFS ESX boot Yes (Hardware initiator only) No Virtual machine boot Yes Yes Raw Device Mapping Yes N/A LUN extension Yes Yes Replication Yes through: Replication Manager (mount host must be i. SCSI) Yes through: Replication Manager Yes Replication type Application-consistent (RDM only) Crash-consistent Virtual machine as initiator No Yes No Security N/A CHAP UNIX_Auth The choice of storage with VMware ESX is largely driven by performance requirements and preference © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 10

Celerra Ease-of-Use Capabilities for VMware Ease of Use 15 minutes from power-up to production Celerra Ease-of-Use Capabilities for VMware Ease of Use 15 minutes from power-up to production Intuitive Web-based management Provision file systems in four clicks Celerra Startup Assistant Celerra Manager Automated Volume Management Simple snaps Built-in thin provisioning Logical Physical At-a-glance system status Physical allocation Celerra Snap. Sure © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Celerra Virtual Provisioning Celerra Monitoring 11

Automated Volume Management Ease of Use Select workload type – Performance – Capacity – Automated Volume Management Ease of Use Select workload type – Performance – Capacity – Archive Specify file-system size Automated Volume Management Manages: RAID type Array load balancing Striping Metavolume auto-extension Slicing Provision file systems by workload in four clicks Celerra volume creation © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 12

Networked Storage Blueprints for VMware Environments Reference Architectures – Details about proven configuration – Networked Storage Blueprints for VMware Environments Reference Architectures – Details about proven configuration – Accelerates end-to-end deployment Best practices and supporting technical validation documents – Helps optimize the performance – How to install, configure, and integrate the entire solutions stack EMC E-Lab tested EMC experience and proven methodologies help you get the results you need—predictably, reliably, and faster © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 13

Celerra and VMware Use Cases Virtual infrastructure – Unified storage consolidation Infrastructure optimization – Celerra and VMware Use Cases Virtual infrastructure – Unified storage consolidation Infrastructure optimization – VMware and NAS protocols Desktop management – Virtual desktop infrastructure Disaster recovery – Site Recovery Manager © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 14

USE CASE Virtual Infrastructure Celerra Unified Storage Consolidation with VMware Consolidated all servers APP USE CASE Virtual Infrastructure Celerra Unified Storage Consolidation with VMware Consolidated all servers APP APP OS OS OS Outlook users’ file clients VMware ESX Servers Consolidated all storage Exchange and SQL All file servers eliminated LAN Supports Fibre Channel if required CIFS, NFS i. SCSI FC Benefits Improved utilization Improved data availability Leverages the existing LAN infrastructure LAN-free backups Lower total cost of ownership © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. NAS LAN-free backup i. SCSI FC Celerra Add Fibre Channel if required for bandwidth-intensive applications Use Storage VMotion to nondisruptively migrate VMs 15

USE CASE Infrastructure Optimization Celerra NAS Protocols with VMware Consolidated all servers and storage USE CASE Infrastructure Optimization Celerra NAS Protocols with VMware Consolidated all servers and storage Eliminate windows file servers VMware ESX Servers Clients VMware uses NFS Clients and Windows applications use CIFS Virtual Provisioning LAN CIFS Benefits VMware Simplified provisioning and on-going management of data stores No learning curve for NAS management Leverages the low cost IP infrastructure LAN-free backups and restores at the VM and file level NFS APP APP OS OS LAN-free backup CIFS Files Celerra Lowest total cost of ownership © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 16

USE CASE Desktop Management Thin Clients Celerra and VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Consolidate, USE CASE Desktop Management Thin Clients Celerra and VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Consolidate, centralize and secure the desktop environment Rapidly deploy systems from gold copy Desktop VMs and CIFS shares for user data in a single platform ESX Servers Desktop VMs APP APP OS APP OS APP OS OSAPP OSAPP OS OS Benefits Provision 1000’s of desktops in minutes with Celerra writeable snaps VDI Gold Copy Up to 1, 000 Writeable Snaps NFS/ i. SCSI No-compromise availability for the desktop CIFS Desktop User Data Advanced functionality Lower TCO Celerra © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 17

USE CASE Disaster Recovery Celerra and VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) Celerra Replicator controlled USE CASE Disaster Recovery Celerra and VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) Celerra Replicator controlled by VMware SRM Define Celerra and VMware BC/DR workflows for Setup, testing, failover, failback PRODUCTION RECOVERY APP APP OS OS ESX Servers Benefits Simplifies and automates disaster recovery Celerra Replicator Make disaster recovery a property of the VM Provides central management of recovery plans from Virtual. Center Turns manual recovery processes into automated recovery plans © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Celerra Makes disaster recovery rapid, reliable, manageable, affordable 18

Server Virtualization with VMware Benefits Increase hardware utilization by sharing hardware resources across many Server Virtualization with VMware Benefits Increase hardware utilization by sharing hardware resources across many virtual machines Virtual infrastructure brings uniformity to your data center Deploy multiple virtual machines on a single physical server Virtual Machines APP APP APP OS OS OS ESX Server Physical Server © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 22

EMC Celerra: An Ideal Platform for VMware Number One in NAS Revenue Share* COST EMC Celerra: An Ideal Platform for VMware Number One in NAS Revenue Share* COST Advanced functionality for VMware No-compromise Five 9’s availability Ease of deployment and use Flexible deployment options Reference Architectures Best practices CLARii. ON Celerra Symmetrix NSX NS 80 G NS 40 G Symmetrix CLARii. ON NS 20 NS 40 NS 80 SERVICE LEVEL * IDC, Q 3 2007 © Copyright 2008 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 23

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