san virtuosity series: network convergence & fibre channel over ethernet

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This webcast is the fourth in the SAN Virtuosity series from Cisco, VMware, and Emulex and will explore the opportunity to save money by converging your SAN and LAN traffic with FCoE. This webcast introduces network convergence and FCoE, and provides an overview on how to plan for a successful deployment. It will highlight how key products and technologies from Emulex, Cisco and VMware answer the critical questions that must be resolved so that deployments can go forward with a high level of confidence.

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  • 1. Network Convergence & Fibre Channel over Ethernet
    February 23, 2011

2. Network Convergence and Fibre Channel over Ethernet
Cisco, Emulex and VMware presentThe SAN Virtuosity Series
Lucas Nguyen, Staff Technologist- (VMware)
Introduction to Network Convergence
Bill Fields, Director Systems Engineering (Emulex)
Technology Components
J Metz, Ph.D., Product Manager, FCoE (Cisco)
How Do You Get There?
Visit:www.sanvirtuosity.com
3. Session Logistics
You will be placed on mute during the session
Use WebEx Q&A and Chat features to raise questions
Questions will be monitored and answered at the conclusion of the presentation
The winner of the Cisco Flip Video Camera will be announced at the close of todays webcast
Email judi.uttal@emulex.com to receive a copy of the presentation
4. Storage & Network Convergence
Lucas Nguyen
Staff Technologist
VMware
5. Drive IT Agility to Increase Business Value
2. Dramatically Lower Coststo redirect investment into value-add opportunities
1. Reduce the Complexityto simplify operationsand maintenance
3. Enable Flexible, AgileIT Service Deliveryto meet and anticipate the needs of the business
6. Virtualization is Key to This Shift in Focus
VM Cross Over
Cost per VM hour(2GB instance)
20
17.5
15.0
12.5
10.0
7.5
5.0
2.5
18
16
1
14
12
Millions
Increase utilization
10
8
6
Increase automation
4
2012
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2013
2
2
Physical Hosts Virtual Machines
0
55%
60%
65%
30%
35%
40%
45%
50%
70%
75%
80%
Utilization
Source: IDC
7. The Server Virtualization Journey
Virtualization
Cloud
Web
PC / Client-Server
Mainframe
Cloud Computing will transform the delivery and consumption of IT services
8. Abstraction + Pooling = Reduced Complexity
Virtualization
Virtualization
Virtualization
Virtualization
Virtual Infrastructure
Traditional View
Virtual Infrastructure
File/Print
Exchange
OS
OS
Operating System
Operating System
CPUPool
MemoryPool
Oracle CRM
SAP ERP
StoragePool
OS
OS
Operating System
Operating System
InterconnectPool
9. Abstraction + Pooling = Reduced Complexity
CPUPool
MemoryPool
StoragePool
Virtual Infrastructure
InterconnectPool
File/Print
Exchange
Operating System
Operating System

  • Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)

10. Distributed Power Management (DPM) 11. vMotion (VM and Storage) 12. Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch 13. vShield ZonesOracle CRM
SAP ERP
Operating System
Operating System
14. Datacenter Becomes an Efficient and Resilient Private Cloud
Shared pools of resources
Self-optimizing
Fault tolerant
Self-protecting
Automated
Desktop or Server Workloads
15. Cloud Computing is the Logical Extension of Virtualization
Secure Private Cloud
Virtualized Datacenters
16. Fibre Channel over EthernetTechnology Components
Bill Fields
Director of Systems Engineering
Emulex
17. Fibre Channel Over Ethernet (FCoE)
Ethernet is a best-effort network

  • Packets may be dropped

18. Packets may be delivered out of order 19. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) used to reassemble packets in correct orderData Center Bridging (aka lossless Ethernet)

  • The bridge to somewhere pause-based link between nodes

20. Provides reliability and low latency required for FCoE support