Hitachi NAS Platform .
Hitachi NAS Platform Family,
powered by BlueArc®
Single Platform, Single Management, Single Vendor
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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Hitachi, Ltd. (NYSE:HIT/TSE:6501)
Hitachi NAS Platform .
One of the world’s largest
integrated electronics companies
 Founded in 1910
 Total FY08 sales of $102B
 943 subsidiaries
 FY08 R&D Investment: $4.2B
 400,000 employees
 Over 700 PhDs
– Approx. 40% in IT
 Approx. $8.2B in cash
No. 52 on the 2009 FORTUNE Global 500®
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Who We Are
Hitachi NAS Platform .
A
single platform
for allfor
data,
content
Optimized
and flexible
each
target
and
information
market
requirement
Unified Management
Structured
Unstructured
Semi-structured
Rich Media
Virtualized Infrastructure
Company Confidential
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Customer Challenges
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Headquarters
Branch Sites
Common Challenges
 File server and storage
sprawl drives up
complexity
 Lack of single namespace
or single management
stack for all data
Customers Network The unstructured content highway
Problem
Problem
Problem
Problem
 Lack of Intelligent
Lifecycle Management of
data
 Cost of managing fast
growing data exceeds IT
budget
File servers
Customers ISV’s & Apps
Filers
Backup
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A Single Integrated Solution from Hitachi
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Integrated
• Convergence of file, content
and block services
• Dynamic data movement
across tiers
Search
• Federated search across NAS,
SAN and Archive
Intelligent Tiering
• Policy-based, content aware
management in heterogeneous
environment
Reduce Backup
• Replication and inactive data
archiving reduces backup bloat
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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Hitachi File and Content Services: Leveraging Industry
Leading Advanced Block Services Architecture
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Hitachi
NAS Platform
•
Tiering Through
Virtualization:
- Hitachi storage
- Third Party Devices
•
•
Integrated Storage
Management
Tiered Storage Manager
Integrated with Hitachi
NAS Platform for File and
Block tiering
Hitachi Content
Platform
Modular
Storage
NetApp
De-dupe
Appliances
Hitachi Data
Discovery
Suite
Hitachi
Universal
Storage
Platform™ V
Hitachi Storage
Command
Suite
SMS100
AMS2000
EMC CLARiiON
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Hitachi Content Platform (HCP):
How it Works
Hitachi NAS Platform .
E-mail Archive
Software
Document
management
File System
Home Grown
Application
Medical
Imaging
Optional Search Module
 Supports multiple
applications and
content types
 High-performance,
scalable and secure
storage
 Embedded full-text
indexing and search
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Hitachi Data Discovery Suite:
Effective and Efficient Search and Discovery
Hitachi NAS Platform .
• HDDS Features:
- Simple web-based user
interface
- Policy Engine
- Robust Index
- Integrated with data
migration
- Roles based access
- Risk assessment tool
- LDAP and Active directory
support (HNAS)
• Search unstructured
content across:
Hitachi Data Discovery Suite (HDDS)
Policy Engine
HDDS
Search Index
Hitachi
NAS Platform (HNAS)
Hitachi
Content Platform
(HCP)
NetApp
- Hitachi storage
- HNAS
- HCP
- HENP
- Third party devices
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What’s the File & Content Services Offering?
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Hitachi
NAS Platform
Hitachi Content
Platform
Hitachi Data
Discovery Suite
 Best-in-class Performance and
Scalability (8-node/4PB)
 Policy-based Intelligent File Tiering and
Single Namespace
 Virtualization and Dynamic Provisioning
 Massive Scale (40PB), Multi-Purpose,
Long-Term File and Content Storage
 Content Preservation for Internal
Reference and Regulatory Compliance
 Control Data Growth by Compressing,
Deduping and Expiring Content
 Create and Leverage Cloud Services
 Enterprise Content-aware Search
 Federated across multiple indexes on
NAS and Archive
 Supports e-Discovery to meet legal and
compliance requirements
Hitachi Storage Command Suite
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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Hitachi NAS Platform Family Portrait
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Hitachi NAS Platform
Price
HNAS 3200
HNAS 3100
8-Node
180K IOPS per Node
4PB Max Capacity
HNAS 3090
HNAS 3080
4-Node
73K+ IOPS per Node
2PB Max Capacity
8-Node
96K IOPS per Node
2PB Max Capacity
2-Node
40K+ IOPS per Node
1PB Max Capacity
Gold – HNAS 3200
Bronze – AMS 2000
Performance
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Hitachi High-performance NAS Platform*,
Models 3100 and 3200
Hitachi NAS Platform .
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Consolidates file server and NAS to
reduce TCO

Accelerates productivity with
performance
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Simplifies management with
virtualization, data movement
capabilities
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
*Powered by BlueArc®
Reduces processing cycle times
Minimizes file accessing time
Integrated with Hitachi Data
Discovery Suite for search and index
across NAS platforms and Hitachi
Content Platform
Protects your files with
comprehensive data protection and
disaster recovery capabilities
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Hitachi Midrange NAS Platform*:
Models 3080 and 3090
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Enterprise Performance & Scalability at
a Midrange price
New!
 Best-in-class performance increases
productivity from higher application workloads
and more simultaneous users
 4-way Cluster Scale-out with Single
Name Space
 Ultimate pay-as-you-grow platform with highavailability and scalable capacity
 Intelligent File Tiering
 Automatic policy-based data migration
balances tiered performance with cost
efficiencies
 Integrated with Hitachi Storage Arrays
and Storage Command Suite
*Powered by BlueArc®
 Leverages Hitachi leadership in SAN storage
 Single console management for unified NAS
and SAN environments
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Competitive Comparison
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Hitachi NAS
NetApp FAS
EMC Celerra
3080
3090
3160
3170
NSG2
NS480
# Nodes /
Cluster
Up to 2
Nodes
Up to 4
Nodes
Up to 2
Nodes
Up to 2
Nodes
Up to 2
X-Blades
Up to 4
X-Blades
IOPS
40,1371
80,279
72,9211
146,076
36,1841
60,507
81,1102
137,306
76,0682
123,109
N/A
N/A
Throughput
Up to 7003
MB/Sec
Up to 11003
MB/Sec
Up to 400
MB/Sec
Up to 450
MB/Sec
Up to 400
MB/Sec
Up to 400
MB/Sec
Max Capacity
1PB
2PB
420TB
840TB
256TB
192TB
File System
Size
128TB
256TB
16TB
16TB
16TB
16TB
File System
Objects / Directory
16 Million
16 Million
800K
800K
4096 per
Directory
4096 per
Directory
Intelligent File
Tiering
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Single
Namespace
Yes
Yes
GX / DOT 8
GX / DOT 8
No
No
IDC Price Band
High 4 & 5
5
High 4 & 5
High 5
High 5
High 5
(1-node/2-node)
Notes: 1 Based on SPECsfs_2008 NFS Benchmark
2 Based on SPECsfs_97 Benchmark.
3 With mixed read/write workloads.
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Hitachi NAS Platform Partner Ecosystem:
The World’s Leading ISVs/IHVs
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Back up/CDP
Extension Products
Wide Area File Services
Mainframe
Migration/Reporting
Database
Quota Mgmt./Blocking
Messaging/Collaboration
Compression/Dedupe
Virtualization
Global Name Space
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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Consolidate with Hitachi NAS Platform
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Capabilities:
 Best-in-class performance and
scalability
 8-way Cluster with Single Name
Space
 Large 256TB Volumes
 Intelligent file tiering with
indexing and search
 Hitachi SAN storage integration
ensures quality and reliability
Home
Directory Exchange
SharePoint
Web
Server
RIS, HIS,
PACS, EMR
Application
Servers
LAN
iSCSI
NFS
CIFS
….
Business Benefits:
 Lower TCO, improved
productivity
 Simplified management
 Eco-friendly – saves power and
floor space
• Tier 0
Billing
Virtual
Storage
Servers
Up to 8-Way
Clustering
SAN
Storage
Ecosystem
Tier 1
Tier 2
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Use Case 1: Hitachi Data Discovery – Effective and
Efficient Search and Discovery
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Network
Hitachi Data
Discovery Suite
NAS
Archive
Hitachi
NAS Platform
NetApp
(ONtap 7.3)
Challenges:
•
Lack of tools to find information
across disparate storage islands
•
Legal counsel search for patent
content to review litigation risk
Solution Capabilities:
•
Content aware search for Hitachi
NAS, archive and NetApp
•
Evaluate the risk of storage
practices for selected data sets
Business Benefits:
•
Improve access to information and
productivity
•
Mitigate the risks and costs of
regulatory compliance
Hitachi
Content
Platform
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Use Case 2:
Content Aware, Policy-based Data Movement
Hitachi NAS Platform .
HNAS FC Tier
HNAS SATA Tier
File Aware Data Movement
•
Move all MP3 to SATA tier
Content Aware Data Movement
•
HNAS
HNAS FC Tier
HCP
Move all PDF older than 90
days and containing word
“Budget” to HCP
Search Across “Silos” with
Single Query
•
NetApp FAS
Find all files from Fred Smith
containing word “Budget” .
Results:
• 5 word documents on HNAS
•10 e-mails on HCP
• 4 PDF files on NetApp
HNAS = Hitachi High-performance NAS Platform, powered by BlueArc®
HCP = Hitachi Content Platform
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Use Case 3: NAS Consolidation
Hitachi NAS Platform .
VOLUME
VOLUME
Drive G:
Drive J:
Drive H:
Drive I:
Drive L:
Drive M:
Less is truly more!
Challenges:
•
File Server and NAS proliferation due
to scalability and performance
bottlenecks
Solution Capabilities:
•
Delivers performance and scalability
with fewer nodes than any competitor
•
4PB capacity supported with Hitachi
Adaptable Modular Storage 2000
family system
Business Benefits:
•
Lower TCO
•
Simplified management
•
Eco-friendly – saves power and
floor space
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Use Case 4: Content Consolidation and File System
Archiving to Hitachi Content Platform
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
• Backup environment tied to production growth
• Archive environments are under utilized and ineffective
• Data is often offline - hindering discovery and retention
management
Solution Capabilities
• Archive static content from multiple tiered storage layers
• Enhance storage optimization through file level single
instancing and compression
• Search and retrieve via “content aware” integrated archive
• Apply appropriate retention policies to data
Business Benefits
•
•
•
•
Relieve storage bloat
Back up only “active” production information
Meet SLAs and dependencies on backups
Meet SLAs for recovery of storage environments
Production Storage
Backup
Reduced
Backup Size
Recovery
Production
Storage Environments
Archive
Fixed Content
Search
and Retrieve
Hitachi Content
Platform Active
Archive
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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VMware Deployment:
Hitachi NAS as Primary Storage via NFS
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
 Improving reliability and
manageability of storage resources
 Backup/Restore is slow and
unreliable for VMDK images
 Replication and reliable DR is costly
and complicated
 Manually provisioning of LUNs
NFS
NFS
NFS
LAN
Solutions
 Use NFS to consolidate capacity and
reserve less space for overhead
 Offload backup/restore and improve
performance and reliability
 Snapshot copies and management tools
simplify replication and DR
 Storage Replicator Adapter (SRA) for
vSphere Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
SAN
FC
AMS2000
AMS2000
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VMware Deployment:
Hitachi NAS as Secondary Storage via iSCSI
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
 Improving reliability and
manageability of storage resources
 Backup/Restore is slow and
unreliable for VMDK images
 Replication and reliable DR is costly
and complicated
 Manually provisioning of LUNs
NFS
NFS
iSCSI
Solutions
 Consolidate using iSCSI to simplify
management and reserve less space for
overhead
 Offload backup/restore and improve
performance and reliability
 Snapshot copies and management tools
simplify replication and DR
 Storage Replicator Adapter (SRA) for
vSphere Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
NFS
iSCSI
LAN
iSCSI
FC
AMS2000
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Exchange 2007:
2-Node Hitachi NAS as Primary Storage
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
 Managing mail database sprawl
from many DAS storage silos
 Backup/Restore is slow and
unreliable
 Replication is complicated
 Storage capacity utilization and
intelligent volume allocation is
difficult
Solutions
 Consolidation to simplify
management and increase
productivity
 Offload backup/restore and improve
performance and reliability
 Snapshot copies and management
tools simplify replication and DR
 Improve storage efficiency with
Dynamic Provisioning feature
CCR-1
CCR-2
CCR-3
Domain
Controller
iSCSI
iSCSI
LAN
iSCSI
SAN
FC
AMS2000
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Exchange 2007:
Hitachi NAS as Secondary Storage
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
 Managing backups for .PST and log
files
 Backup/Restore is slow and
unreliable
 Replication is complicated
 Need to retain content and meet
governance requirements
CCR-1
CCR-2
CCR-3
Domain
Controller
LAN
LAN
FC
FC
LAN
Solutions
 Consolidation to simplify
management and increase
productivity and availability
 Offload backup/restore and improve
performance and reliability
 Snapshot copies and management
tools simplify replication and DR
 Deploy WORM on HNAS
SAN
FC
AMS2000
AMS2000
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SharePoint and SQL: HNAS with HDD-MS
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Challenges
 Rapid growth in MS SharePoint
 MSFT recommends SQL capacity of
200% the content in SharePoint
 Limited scalability of SQL server
Microsoft SQL Server
Solutions
 Offload “blob” data from SQL Server
to HNAS, leaving a small stub
 Dramatically improve SharePoint
scalability
 Simplify management with reduced
number of SQL servers
Hitachi Data Discovery for
Microsoft SharePoint
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Agenda
Hitachi NAS Platform .
 Hitachi File and Content Services Vision
 Integration with HDDS and HCP Provides Value
 Hitachi NAS Platform Family
 Solving Business Challenges
 Application Integration
 Storage Economics Benefits
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Storage Economics In a nut shell…
Hitachi NAS Platform .
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Storage Economics is
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HDS Storage Economics: Virtualization, Tiering, Thin
Provisioning, Search and Active Archiving


About saving money on storage: Lower TCO, Faster ROI
This view focuses on the capacity you buy and get to use, not really
what you do with it
Storage Economics for File and Content Services: Save money in
five key areas:
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Economics of Consolidation
Economics of Tiering
Economics of Efficiency
Economics of Archiving
Econ of Backing up less data
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Single vs. Multi–Tier TCSO
Hitachi NAS Platform .
24% TCSO Difference!
$8
Risk
3-year TCSO
Environmentals
Data Protection
$6
Connection Costs
Cost of Waste
$4
Labor
HW, SW Maint
Process, staff invest
$2
Add'l MTS Software
$ Millions
3-year CAPEX
$-
Non-Tiered
Tiered
HDS White Paper: Multi-Tier Storage Economics, David Merrill
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Achieving CAPEX Savings
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Acquisition Costs
 Serve multiple use cases in a single cluster
Stranded Storage
 Support tier 0 to 4 in a single cluster
Data
Annual Depreciation
 Amortize the cost of storage across
multiple applications and groups
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Achieving OPEX Savings
Hitachi NAS Platform .
Tiered Storage Mgmt
Storage Virtualization
Backup and Recovery
E-Discovery/Compliance
 Improve efficiency via proactive, automated management of files
and content among storage tiers
 Abstract the details of back end storage for easy
management
 Reduce backup and recovery times
 A browsable interface and object versioning enables rapid,
accurate recovery of information
 Archive search for e-Discovery coupled with automated,
policy-based retention and disposition for compliance
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Key Differentiation Points to Take Away
Hitachi NAS Platform .
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Solution =
Hitachi Storage &
Data Management
HDDS & HCP
Integration
Intelligent File
Tiering
Cluster
Namespace
Best-in-class
NAS Platform
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