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Flash Forward - Many new ways to do storage

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Digitalization is generating new data sources in flash-fast fashion. IT managers need to find new ways to re-balance speed, capacity and costs of storage. New technologies like all-flash, software-defined and hyper-converged offer new routes to meet storage needs. Furthermore, consolidating unstructured data with S3 object storage can contribute to significant storage efficiency. Join this session to help plan your future storage strategy.
Speaker: Frank Reichart
Walter Graf

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Flash Forward - Many new ways to do storage

  1. 1. 0 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Fujitsu Forum 2017  #FujitsuForum
  2. 2. 1 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Flash Forward Many new ways to do storage Frank Reichart Sen. Director, Product Marketing Storage Fujitsu Walter Graf Principal IT Consultant Fujitsu Distinguished Engineer Fujitsu
  3. 3. 2 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Flash Forward Many new Ways to Do Storage
  4. 4. 3 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Digitalization increases data traffic How do I find my new storage balance? Response time Capacity Costs
  5. 5. 4 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Which way to go for finding a new storage balance? Hyper-Converged SW-defined Hybrid All-Flash
  6. 6. 5 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Classical HCI Starting Point – choosing the scalability approach Storage scales independently NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE Integrated scalability NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE
  8. 8. 7 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU  Server virtualization, VDI  Databases/OLTP  Business applications  Analytics (e.g. SAP HANA)  Unstructured data  Content depots/online archives  Historical data for analytics  Media streaming Different Applications, different Requirements Lowest costs of capacityReliable performance
  9. 9. 8 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Lowest costs of capacityReliable performance Architectures for independent Storage Scalability SW-defined, hyperscale storage  Extreme scalability  Lowest costs (open source)  Object and OpenStack Storage Hybrid Disk und Flash Storage  All-in one  Balancing capacity, speed and costs in one system All-Flash Storage  Fastest response time  Lowest operational costs (power,space, maintenance, admin)
  10. 10. 9 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU All-flash or Hybrid – Which Way to Go ? Hybrid All-Flash  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!) When currently using mainly fast disks  go all-flash  Balance capacity, speed and cost with SSDs and Hi-capacity HDs  Use automation tools to reduce operational efforts created by HDs When consolidating structured and unstructured data in one storage  go hybrid
  11. 11. 10 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Software-defined Storage (SDS)  High, fast and flexible scalability  Extended lifecycle, fewer migrations  Lower costs (open source SDS !) Advantages  Build your own storage  Hidden costs – TCO risks  Higher latency Challenges  Decoupling data management from HW  Networked architecture  Based on ×86 servers Data Management Software
  12. 12. 11 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU SDS needs the right-sized hardware Look for complete SDS solutions!
  13. 13. 12 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Current top usage areas of SDS Part of hyper-converged infrastructures Object/S3 storage Distributed file storage
  14. 14. 13 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Demand for New Storage Class Unstructured data, high fraction of less frequently used data Operating system agnostic interface Global name space Tolerate higher latencies (10 – 50ms) Hyperscale, high bandwidth No file locking Versioning instead Better segregation of storage clients and data(ransomware attack protection)
  15. 15. 14 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU 00011101100100101010101010010101001000100100100100100101 01010100111010100101011011110011101010011001100101010101 01010101010101010101001010101010101010011001010101111100 00111010001110110010010101010101001010100100010010010010 01001010101010011101010010101101111001110101001100110010 10101010101010101010101010100101010101010101001100101010 11111000011101000111011001001010101010100101010010001001 00100100100101010101001110101001010110111100111010100110 01100101010101010101010101010101010010101010101010100110 01010101111100001110111101010101010101010101010100001110 11001001010101010100101010010001001001001001001010101010 01110101001010110111100111010100110011001010101010101010 10101010101010010101010101010100110010101011111000011101 Storage Class Example Consolidate use cases  HSM target  Backup target  Archiving  Geo filestore  IoT data repositories  Business analytics data lakes  Cloud native applications  Docker repositories Established IT Moderate Growth New IT Fast Growth
  16. 16. 15 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU S3, The De-Facto Object Storage Standard Firewall/Load-balancer (http://s3.a.lan) http Gateway 1 (http://s3-1.a.lan) http Gateway n (http://s3-n.a.lan) … Hyperscale Storage Operating system agnostic Ransomware protection by segregating clients & storage Firewall crossing Versioning instead of locking Http based protocol Global name space multi-tenancy Stateless, hyperscale storage
  17. 17. 16 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU S3 Support Is Rapidly Growing …
  18. 18. 17 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Why Open Source Based Object Storage? Cloud native applications are the main driver for data growth Open to switch vendor without changing technology Hyperscale storage innovation is driven by cloud native applications More than 80% of public cloud is running on Linux Open Source software supported by communities does not depend on a single vendor
  19. 19. 18 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU CEPH leading Open Source Solution for SDS Ceph is an open source, SDS platform designed to present object, block, and file storage Distributed architecture, scalable to the Exabyte level Data are replicated over disks and nodes, making it fault tolerant Ceph software runs on standard intel-based servers Ceph is designed to self- healing and self-optimizing
  20. 20. 19 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Classical HCI Part 2: Hyper-converged Scalability Storage scales independently NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE Integrated scalability NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE Classical Storage scales independently NETWORK COMPUTE STORAGE
  21. 21. 20 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Concept VM VM VM VM VM VM VM Administration Network Virtualization Server Virtualization Storage Virtualization … SSDs HDDs SSD HDDs SSD HDDs
  22. 22. 21 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Storage in Hyper-converged IT (HCI)  Less fit for heterogeneous storage workloads  Maintaining quality of service for data  Additional storage silo Challenges  Server in two roles: compute & storage  Virtual everything (server, storage network)  High and modular scalability Advantages
  23. 23. 22 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU HCI – Top Players Compute and Storage Cluster Storage Space 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
  24. 24. 23 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Hyperconverged = Simplification? Look for integrated systems!
  25. 25. 24 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Fujitsu: always the right way to do storage ETERNUS AF All-Flash ETERNUS CD10000 SW-defined VMware Microsoft OpenStack HCI ETERNUS DX Hybrid
  26. 26. 25 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Fujitsu Storage Data is our Domain
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