IBM System Storage &
Brocade Product Update
Tim Werts – Brocade Communications
Senior SAN Consultant
Oct 2007
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Agenda
•Resources to help you
•Product overview
•Recently added capabilities
•Brocade-McDATA product merge update
•Greening of the Data Center
•Why partner with Brocade
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Use the Brocade Partner Network
IBM Partner Network at Brocade
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New product launch kits
Ref guides,
Sales and technical presentations
Product Data sheets
FREE demo software
Code downloads + Scripts library
Documentation library
Education Study Tools and Accessories
FREE Web Based Training
http://partner.brocade.com/
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Use Brocade WBT for more depth
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Free eLearning Courses (WBT) for recent releases
– UPD106: Focused on latest release: FOS 5.3 and 10Gbps Blade
– AFS135 for implementing NI code on the SAN32B-3
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Register with Brocade Partner Network
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Get an account with Brocade Education
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Contact [email protected] for more details
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Brocade Certification Program Levels
Training and Certifying SAN Experts
Brocade Certified Fabric Professional (BCFP)
Basics of Brocade SAN products and knowledge of Fibre
Channel theory
Brocade Certified SAN Designer (BCSD)
Concepts of building a SAN from basic components through the
integration of industry applications and state-of-the-art storage
components
Brocade Certified SAN Manager (BCSM)
Administering Brocade SAN products and managing aspects of
a SAN
Contact [email protected] to learn how to get free-ofcharge training and certification.
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Use Brocade’s Numbers Don’t Lie Site when
Competing with the EMC-Cisco threat
http://www.brocade.com/competitive
•Documented competitive information, references, power calculators
•This information is causing EMC-MDS9513 pain
•They try to market around their technical documentations
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Use SAN Health!
Become a Trusted SAN Advisor!
Excel
Visio
SAN Health
Diagnostics Capture
Report
Generator
Report Return
SH Pro
Data File
• The report generators analyze the raw diagnostic data, graph the
performance data and generate a detailed SAN Health report and
topology diagram.
• The report generation is an automated backend process
• 1 to 2 hours to process (48 hours for faulted files)
• Reports are returned via a single sign on secure download
• Reports are automatically deleted after 30 days. If not retrieved them
within this time frame they must resubmit the BSH file.
• New FICON enhancements added!
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Why you should use SAN Health tool
Typical Use Cases
Benefits of SAN Health
Proactively engage with customers
Better Account Control
– Identify potential problem areas
– Add consultative value
– Identify upgrade opportunities
– Identify professional service
opportunities
– Increase customer satisfaction
Use the SAN Health reports to
– Perform follow up design reviews
– Infrastructure assessments
– Develop an ongoing maintenance
plan
– Provide a complete documentation
set
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Visibility to all Host and Storage
Develop a Trusted Advisor Status
Customizable Reports with logo
Establish quarterly report review
Lock-out EMC
– EMC is partnering with Cisco
– SAN Health is only available for
Brocade and McDATA fabrics
Customers Like It
– Provide a 1G to 4G migration plan
starting point
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Other Resources
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Programs to sweeten the deal (see backup slides)
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IBM RPQ programs to get free ports
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Brocade Deals Desk options
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See Backup slides for details
Field sales force dedicated to IBM and IBM Business Partners
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Dedicated sales and technical resources in AG, EMEA and AP
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Brocade Reward Points Business Partner
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See Backup slides for details
Contact the IBM SE team at [email protected]
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Brocade SAN Product Family
Overview
IBM System Storage SAN Family
The Leading SAN Connectivity Solutions
for Open Systems & Mainframe Environments
SAN Fabric Management Tools
SAN140M
(2027-140)
4 to 140-ports
1, 2, 4, 10Gbps
FC, FICON
EFCM
Fabric Manager
SAN64B-2
(2005-B64)
32 to 64-ports
1, 2, 4Gbps
FC, FICON
NEW
FC Routing, iSCSI
and Extension
Solutions
SAN18B-R (2005-R18)
256B FCR Blade (FC #3450)
SAN32B-3
(2005-B5K)
16 to 32-ports
1, 2, 4Gbps FC
SAN16B-2
(2005-B16)
8 to 16-ports
1, 2, 4Gbps FC
SAN256M
(2027-256)
32 to 256-ports
1, 2, 4, 10Gbps
FC, FICON
SAN256B-2
(2109-M48)
16 to 384-ports
1, 2, 4, 10Gbps
FC, FICON
256B iSCSI (FC #3460)
4 Gbps SAN
Switch Module
for IBM BladeCenter®
1, 2, 4Gbps FC
*10 Gbps on SAN256B in 3Q07
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Brocade Advanced Features
Enhancing Performance and Availability
Feature
Description
4 Gbit/sec
Bandwidth
Next generation SAN
performance today.
Double SAN
bandwidth.
Dynamic Path
Selection
SAN Benefits
4Gbit/sec
Link
Performance
Dynamically balance
traffic across multiple
links and trunk
groups.
Improved Performance
4 Gbit/sec Inter-Switch Links
(ISLs)
4 Gbit/sec links to next-gen
devices
Up to 32 Gbit/sec ISL Trunks
Infrastructure Simplification
Simpler SAN topology
ISL Trunking
Extended
Fabric
October 2007
Build SAN with
up to 32 Gbit/sec
performance
optimized trunks.
Extend native FC
links up to 500 km.
Combine with ISL
Trunking up to
250 km.
Increased SAN Availability
Investment Protection
Up to 32Gbit/sec Trunk
SAN
SAN
Enhanced Business Continuity
Improved distances and
performance for Metro Mirroring
and Remote Backup
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Brocade Advanced Features
Enhancing Fault Isolation, Management and Security
Feature
Hardware
Enforced
Zoning
Fabric
Watch
Description
Prevents one device
from communicating to
another device it is not
authorized to access.
Enforced at the ASIC
level
Monitoring and alerting
of key SAN statistics
such as perf, error,
security
SAN Benefits
Isolate devices from each other in
the fabric such that there is no
possible interaction between
devices that are not explicitly
defined. Enhance security and fault
isolation.
SAN
Enhance Business Continuity
SAN
Improve application availability
Alert admin of marginal/hard errors
Advanced
Performance
Monitoring
Advanced
Security
Highly granular SAN
perf. monitoring to
differentiate traffic
between devices
Enhance performance monitoring
SAN
Simplify capacity planning
Enable bill-back capabilities
Robust encryption,
authentication and
authorization SAN
policies
Enhance Business Continuity
Protect SAN from hackers
Reduce user errors
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Brocade Advanced Features
FCIP, FC Routing and Partitioning
Feature
Description
SAN Benefits
Virtual SAN
Fabrics
Partition the SAN fabric
at port level to isolate
mngt, admin roles,
RSCNs, fabric events
Allows separation of a SAN fabric into
smaller fabrics that may overlap and
share devices
SAN LPARS
Create HW logical
partition at card level
for independent
managed directors in a
single chassis
Independent fabric services per
partition allows true Segmentation
of data, control and management
traffic
Production
Spare
ports
Test
FCIP
Tunneling
FC Routing
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Extends FC links up to
1000’s km over IP
network. FC and FCIP
Fast Write
Route selected SAN
traffic between SAN
islands w/o merging
fabrics and admin
Backup
SAN
SAN
Enhanced Business Continuity.
Improved Global Mirroring and
Tape Vaulting
Improve storage resource sharing,
Enables SAN consolidation,
Maintains SAN security and fault
isolation
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Brocade Advanced Features
FICON Specific Features
Feature
FICON/FC
Intermix
N-Port
Virtualization
(NPIV)
High Integrity
Fabrics
Description
FICON and FCP
protocol intermix at the
port level.
Allows multiple Linux
Logical Partitions to
share a single FCP
channel
SAN Benefits
zSeries
iSeries
pSeries
xSeries
Auto-sensing protocol and port
DS8000 speeds increase flexibility and
provides greater port level
DS6000
granularity.
DS4000
z9
M48
Better channel utilization and
simpler infrastructure
Binds Switches to
Fabric for increased
Security
Enhanced Business Continuity.
M48
Improved distances/performance
for Metro Mirroring and Remote
Backup
M48
(FICON
Cascading)
FICON CUP
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FICON in-band
management of
Directors from the
Mainframe
Use fewer FCP channels on
Mainframe
Simplify management and
monitoring of directors
z9
In-band
Management
M48
Single point of management for
Enterprises
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New Hardware from Brocade
•10Gbps blade (FC #3470) for the IBM SAN256B director
– 6-ports for 10Gbps ISL connectivity using SW, LW and ELW XFP media
– All Brocade directors now offer 10Gbps inter-switch links
– Ideal for Long distance, high bandwidth BC/DR solutions
– Support distances over 100km
• iSCSI blade (FC #3460) for the IBM SAN256B director
– Supports iSCSI initiators and Fibre Channel target/initiator
– 8 GigE ports and 8 FC ports (1/2/4 Gbps)
– 64 iSCSI initiators per port, 512 initiators per blade
– Up to 4 blades per SAN256B (2048 tested)
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FOS v5.3 Enhancements from Brocade
•FC Routing and FCIP:
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Increased Scalability for the SAN18B-R or FC-FCIP Routing Blade for M48
Up to 12 Layer 2 switches and 12 FC Routers in the backbone fabric
FCIP tunnels offer QoS capabilities to ensure specific bandwidth
FC and FCIP FastWrite capabilities to enhance long distance mirroring solutions
•Security management:
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Complete migration of Secure Fabric OS features in the base FOS code
A new Security Administrator role for separation of security and fabric administrators
Tracking of logins to see breaches in the fabric.
Fabric authentication with standards-based improvement for device-to-fabric attachment (FC-SP
DH-CHAP)
– IPv6 capabilities for all management interfaces
• IP over FC support:
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Supporting Broadcast Zoning to reduce device interruption
Targeted for the film industry
When using FC as a common backbone for for host-to-storage and host-to-host file transfer.
Reducing overall production time and improving the integrity/security of digital data transfers.
•Access Gateway feature added to SAN16B-2 to allow greater scalability and simplify
connectivity
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M-EOS 9.6 Enhancements from Brocade
•NPIV support on the Mi10k Director (IBM SAN256M)
– NPIV supported for the E/OSc code (6140 and switches) was introduced
with M-EOS 8.x
– NPIV is included in base M-EOS and no longer requires a license key
•Support for evaluation or trial feature license keys including the EFCM
interface
•Manual load balancing and congestion detection/reporting on the Mi10k
•Buffer credit recovery on the Mi10k
•Configuration of embedded login banner messages via EFCM.
•Native Interoperability with Fabric OS switches in M-EOS fabrics
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Fabric Manager 5.3 Enhancements
•Fault Management
– Be proactively alerted on any SAN issues, quickly isolate & fix them to minimize any disruption
• Performance Management
– Real-time & historical performance monitoring to quickly identify & fix any performance bottlenecks
NEW
• Configuration Management Enhancements
– Backup switch configurations for up to 90 days and restore witha single click
• Long Distance (FCIP) Connectivity Management
– Wizard-driven approach to ease the challenging tasks associated with setting up long distance links
• Meta SAN views
– Visualize Meta SANs in your topology & get rich info on backbone fabrics, LSAN zones & IFLs
• IPv6 Support
– Support for IPv6 addressing in the GUI; IPv6 support between FM client, FM server and Switches
• Multiple Usability Enhancements
– Support hex and decimal views (hex for FICON customers)
• New Hardware Support
– Discovery, configuration and other manageability features for Access Gateway, 10G and iSCSI blade
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EFCM 9.5 – Benefits & Features
NEW
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Improved customer supportability with Advanced Call Home
–Improved Event Filtering: Configure which events can trigger a call home
–Supports call home to different Support Centers in Multi-Vendors environments
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Increased security controls
 LDAP: Integrated with existing network user account services for authentication
 Login Banner: Customizable login banner message to user prior to login
 Authenticated Email: Only authenticated users can send Call Home email messages
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Additional support
– NPIV Management for i10k (SAN256M)
–Extended management of FOS-based devices – 256B, 32B-3 and Access Gateway
– Enhancements for Eclipse (SAN04M-R, SAN16M-R) installed base
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Manageability Integration Roadmap
EFCM
9.5
9.x
Advanced Call Home
Increased Brocade
FOS support
added
Security Enhancements
Added: 48000, 5000, AG
2H07
Fabric
Manager
1H08
5.3
5.x
Fault Management
Increased HW
support
FCIP Wizards
EFCM NG
• Best-in-class SAN
mgmt for converged
Brocade platform
• EFCM look-n-feel
IPv6
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When Customers should transition to EFCM
2H 2007
1H 2008
2H 2008
Next Gen
EFCM 9.5
EFCM 9.x
EFCM
Existing EFCM and m-type Customers
Next Gen
FM 5.3
EFCM
FM 5.x
Existing Fabric Manager Customers
Next Gen
FM or EFCM
EFCM
New b-type Customer implementing a mgmt solution*
*If they do not use FM today then they may want to buy the go-forward product – EFCM
Use EFCM
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SAN Switch Roadmap
2007
2008
Native Interop
Support (FOS 6.0)
IBM SAN16B 16-port switch
IBM SAN16M-2 16-port switch
IBM SAN32B-2 32-port switch
IBM SAN32B-3
32-port switch
b-type
m-type
IBM SAN32M-2 32-port switch
Native Interop
Support (FOS 6.0)
IBM SAN64B 64-port switch
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Connecting McDATA and Brocade fabrics
Engineered, Tested and Supported
• Priority #1: Native Interoperability (NI)
– Direct E-Port between McDATA and Brocade products
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Developed by the joint engineering teams
No fabric disturbance or loss of features
Tested thoroughly at Brocade and IBM
Comprehensive end-to-end support
Avoids reverse engineering pitfalls
– Introduced with SAN32B-3 FC switch
– Added to other 4Gbit b-type products late 2007
See Brocade
Interoperability Paper
www.brocade.com/san/pdf/
whitepapers/True_Fabric_I
nteroperability_for_Todays
_SANs_WP_01.pdf
Engineered
Tested
Supported
Seamless
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IBM SAN32B-3 in a Brocade FOS Fabric
IBM SAN32B-3 (2005-B5K) is
shipped with standard FOS
• Same as any other FOS release in terms
of support matrix and usage models
• No Brocade M-EOS native E-Port interop
support in this release
Same Brocade feature set
IBM
M12, M24
and M48
2005-B32
2005-B5K
v5.2.1
v5.2.1 upgrade path will be v5.3
• Follows typical Brocade FOS upgrade
methodology
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IBM SAN32B-3 in Brocade M-EOS Fabric
Native M-EOS Interop firmware
is v5.2.1_NI
• Must be downloaded to switch
• Accessible through IBM website today
M6064, M6140
and Mi10K
v5.2.1_NI support:
• Supported only on the 2005-B5K, will
not load on other Brocade hardware
• Provides Native E-Port interoperability
with M-EOS fabrics running native
mode (EOS 9.x only)
M4700
2005-B5K
v5.2.1_NI
• Connectivity supported to McDATA
products
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Fabric OS Release Plan for NI Capability
M-EOS Native EPort Only Branch
M-EOS Native E-Port Merged
with Standard FOS Stream
5.2.1_NI
5.2.1
5.3
6.0
Winter ’07
FOS Native Code Stream
FOS version
Jan/Feb/Mar
October 2007
Apr/May/Jun
Jul/Aug/Sep
Oct/Nov/Dec
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IBM SAN32B-3 Feature Comparisons
Feature Compatible
2005-B5K
2005-B32
2027-M32
b-type/m-type support
Both
b-type only
m-type only
Frame Based Trunking
Yes
Yes
No
Secure FOS in base code
Yes
Yes
No
Hot code activation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Enhanced ISL frame-level
trunking (up to 32 Gbit/sec,
up to 25 km)
Yes (license)
Yes (license)
No
Dynamic Path Selection for
enhanced load balancing
Yes (in base)
Yes (in base)
Yes w/
OpenTrunking
License
FICON and CUP
FICON-ready
Yes
Yes
500km
500km
200km
Ext distance
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Brocade Switch Module for IBM BladeCenter
Connecting to McDATA SAN fabrics
Connecting IBM BladeCenter to McDATA fabrics:
•2007 – use the no-cost feature on Brocade called Access Gateway
•2008 – use Access Gateway feature or the M-EOS (NI) mode
Do not use the former McDATA/QLogic module
•QLogic HW and firmware
•Being End-of-Lifed
•Not as good a solution as Brocade SAN Switch in long run
Brocade
BladeCenter
SAN Switch
Modules
McDATA/QLogic
FC Switch
Modules
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2008
2007
2006
Access Gateway
Native McDATA
Interoperability
Interoperability
End
Sale
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Benefits of Brocade Access Gateway
No cost feature solves real-world SAN issues
Traditional Datacenter
FC
Switch
FC
Switch
FC
Switch
SAN
FC
Switch
FC
Switch
FC
Switch
Datacenter using Access Gateway
FC
Switch
SW
FC
Switch
Access Gateway
AG
Change
Modes
Access Gateway
Access Gateway
Brocade
Cisco
McData
Access Gateway
Access Gateway
Access Gateway
Concerns with Bladed Servers:
Access Gateway offers these benefits:
•Difficult to connect to McDATA fabrics
•Limited SAN scalability
•Obscure Admin responsibility (SAN admin vs
Server admin)
•Connects to McDATA Fabrics
•Simplifies fabric & allows greater scalability
•Clear Admin responsibility
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SAN16B-2 using Brocade Access Gateway
No cost feature simplifies edge connectivity
NEW
SAN16B-2
SAN16B-2
SAN16B-2
SAN32B-3
Typical Core-Edge Topology:
•One to two core switches
•3 to many edge switches
•In this example:
•1 SAN32B-3 core switch
•3 SAN16B-2 edge switches
•4 domains to manage
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Change
16B from
Switch
mode to
AG mode
Access Gateway
Access Gateway
Access Gateway
SAN32B-3
Core-Edge Topology with Access Gateway:
•Reduce the total number of domains
•Connect to FOS, M-EOS and Cisco fabrics with NPIV
•In this example:
•1 SAN32B-3 core switch
•3 SAN16B-2 edge Access Gateways
•1 domain to manage
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AG Feature Support Statement
AG is supported on the 4Gb Brocade SAN Switch Module for
BladeCenter and SAN16B-2:
• FOS 5.2.1b or above for SAN Switch Module for BladeCenter
• FOS 5.3+ for SAN16B-2
Access Gateway feature requires that NPIV (N-port ID
virtualization) capability be enabled on the external switches:
• Brocade switches running FOS 5.1 with NPIV enabled
• McDATA switches running EOS 9.0 with NPIV enabled
– M-EOS 9.6 offers NPIV in base code
• Cisco switches running OS 3.0 with NPIV enabled
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Typical AG Deployment Scenarios
Use AG Feature only when needed to help overcome an issue.
Default mode for switch module should always be FC switch.
When to use AG?
• Enterprise and large data centers where the fabric size is becoming a burden
– Greater than 50 switches in an all b-type (Brocade) fabric
– Greater than 30 switches in a fabric that includes m-type (McDATA) products
• Connecting BladeCenter or 16B-2 to McDATA or Cisco SAN fabrics
– Requires NPIV feature on the external switches
• Customer’s SAN Admin group does not want an embedded switch in server products
(i.e. BladeCenter)
When NOT to use AG?
• Connecting SAN targets (such as storage) directly to switch module
• Environments where customers require switch features not supported by AG
– ISL Trunking
– Long Distance support greater than 10km (using Extended Fabric license)
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Leadership in Extension & Routing
Enabling IBM Business Continuity
Open Systems
Offering leading solutions for SMB to
Enterprise customers
Mainframe
• IBM XRC Mirroring
iSCSI Blade
SAN256B
• Storage Consolidation over remote sites
FC Routing
FCIP Blade
SAN256B
USD-X
• Remote Data Archiving/ILM
• Data Vaulting with long distance tape pipelining
Enterprise
• IBM Metro and Global Mirroring solutions
Brocade SAN Extension Advantages
• FC, ESCON, FICON, Bus-and-Tag
• Superior FC and FCIP Performance
• FICON Emulation for tape and disk
Over
SAN16M-R
15,000 FC Router and iFCP
systems
deployed –
at least twice
the nearest
competitor
Edge M3000
• Complete Life-Cycle Services with IGS
• Market leadership in Open and Mainframe
SAN04M-R
• Over 80% share for SAN and FICON extension
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SMB
SAN18B-R
FC Router and FCIP
Product Positioning – What to Sell
FC
FICON Disk/Tape
Open Systems Disk or
Routing
Extension
Tape Extension
iSCSI
Product to
Position
iSCSI Blade
for 256B
(Sept 07)
SAN18B-R
or
FC Routing
Blade
For M48
Edge M3000
or
SAN18B-R
or
FC Routing
Blade
For M48
Edge M3000
or
SAN18B-R
or
FC Routing
Blade
For M48
USD-X
USD-X
FICON Extension
and Emulation.
Use with m-type
FICON
Extension for
b-type.
Use where in
use or unique
features required
Best for
greenfield.
• Use SAN18B-R or FC Routing blade for customers:
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•
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Requiring FC Routing and/or FCIP extension for open systems
Offers FCIP and FC FastWrite feature (most beneficial to SVC Mirroring)
Extending FICON solutions for b-type products
• Use M3000 or USD-X for customers:
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Using ESCON, Bus-and-Tag
Requiring FICON disk or tape emulation
The FICON Emulation features of the M3000 and USD-X are being rolled into the SAN18B-R and SAN256B FC
Routing Blade in 1Q08.
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Platform Choices for all SAN Solutions
Brocade 48000
IBM System Storage SAN256B (2109-M48)
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•
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Ideal for Brocade Environments
Highest Density for Large Enterprise Environments
Flexible blade options for connectivity, multi-protocol, & apps
Industry-leading efficiency and TCO
10 Gbit/sec*
Brocade Mi10k
IBM System Storage SAN256M (2027-256)
•
•
•
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Ideal for McDATA Environments
Industry only Hardware Partitioning
Mixed FICON and Open Systems in separate Partitions
10 Gbit/sec FC
IBM System Storage SAN140M (2027-140)
Brocade M6140
• Most popular and installed SAN Director
– Open Systems & FICON support
• Building-block for expanding existing SANs using the M6140
• Smallest failure domain (4-port increments)
*10 Gbps on SAN256B in 3Q07
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Which Products to Sell?
If a customer has a McDATA environment
•Lead with the m-type directors
•SAN140M
•Most field proven reliability; largest FICON install base; lowest part card failure
domain (4-ports); 2/4/10Gbps
•SAN256M
•Ideal for consolidating multiple switches or small directors into one chassis
•Need hard partitioning for greatest fault isolation
•Enables consolidation of FC and FICON in the same chassis
•Include the SAN32B-3 for 16 to 32 port edge switch
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Which Products to Sell?
If a customer has a Brocade environment
•Lead with b-type products
•SAN256B
•Greatest scalability to 384-ports
•Best performance with local switching
•Configuration flexibility includes iSCSI, FCIP, FC-Routing; 2/4/10Gbps
•No separate box required for iSCSI or long distance solutions
•1/3 less power than MDS for power/cooling sensitive customers
If a new SAN customer
•Determine the best product for their needs based on features and price
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Brocade Director Roadmap
Investing Today & Tomorrow
2006
Seamless growth for all
director platforms
2007
2008 & beyond
Next Generation Core
BROCADE AG
(BladeCenter)
SAN32B-3
256B Director
•
•
•
•
•
384-ports 1,2,4 Gig
FCP, FICON, FCIP
FC Routing
Virtual Fabrics
NPIV
•10Gig blade (ISL)
• iSCSI Blade
•
•
•
•
•
Common Management - EFCM
Native Interoperability (M-EOS)
Partitioning
Virtual Fabrics
Features:
•1, 2, 4, 8 and 10Gbps
•FCP, FICON, FCIP,
•FCR, iSCSI, Apps
FOS 6.x
• 8Gbps blades
• FCP and FICON
• Native Interoperability (M-EOS)
256M Director
•
•
•
•
•
256-ports 1,2,4 Gig
Hard Partitions
Virtual Fabrics
10Gbit/sec ISL
Open Trunking
E/OS 9.6
 NPIV
 Security Ench
 Interoperability
enhancements and
validation
E/OS 9.7
 IPv6
• Interoperability enhancements
and validation
140M Director
•
•
•
•
140-ports 1,2,4 Gig
10Gbit/sec ISL
Open Trunking
NPIV
October 2007
 Interoperability
enhancements and
validation
E/OS 9.7
• IPv6
• Interoperability enhancements
and validation
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Next Generation Core Platform
Consolidating and Scaling Your Infrastructure
2007:
2008-2011:
4Gb products are just now
becoming prevalent. End-to-End
solutions with servers, disk and
tape.
4Gb directors will connect into hi-perf Core.
Multiple protocols & very high bandwidth allow
for greatest data center consolidation. 8Gb
FC devices will start rolling out.
140M
256M
Edge
256B
NG Core Director connects
to all 4Gb directors
Next Gen
Core
8Gb
8Gb
Core
4Gb
No rip-and-replace for Next Gen SAN.
Seamless growth for all director platforms.
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6 ways to grow your McDATA
SAN Fabrics
Growing your McDATA fabrics today
Non-disruptive expansion
Available Today
Access Gateway in
BladeCenter 2
1
Install more m-type
products
2
Connect IBM
BladeCenter using AG
feature
3
Use IBM SAN32B-3 in NI
mode
4
Use FC Routing with
SAN18B-R and FC
Routing Blade for 256B
3
1
SAN32B-3
4
18B-R
4
256B with
FC-Routing
Blade
EFCM
2
Access Gateway in
BladeCenter
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Growing your McDATA fabrics
NI Code on all Brocade HW.
Available EOY 2007!
5
64B
5
140M
5
256M
16B
5
Also, continue adding
256M and 140M
directors.
32B-3
SAN32B-3
18B-R
M-EOS (NI) Mode on all
Brocade 4Gb HW:
– 16B, 32B, 64B, 256B
– Switch Module (BladeCenter)
–EFCM manageability
5
256B
(NI Mode)
EFCM
BladeCenter
(NI mode)
BladeCenter
(Access Gateway mode)
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Growing your McDATA fabrics
Adding Next Generation Core Director
6
256M
Available 2008!
Next
Generation
Core
64B
140M
6 Next-Generation Products
140M
256M
–NG Core Director
–Multi-protocol: 8G, FCoE
–8G switches
–EFCM NG management
16B
32B
SAN32B-3
256B
(NI Mode)
18B-R
256B
(NI Mode)
EFCM
6
Next
Generation
Core
October 2007
Also, continue adding
256M, 140M and 256B
directors.
BladeCenter
(NI mode)
BladeCenter
(Access Gateway mode)
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Common Questions regarding product merge?
1. Will Brocade and McDATA products ever interoperate seamlessly?
Yes. NI (M-EOS) code on Brocade HW. Plus the Access Gateway
feature on SAN Switch Module allows seamless connectivity to
McDATA fabrics.
2. Must McDATA customer learn new management tools?
No. Continue using EFCM which will be the common management platform.
3. Must McDATA customers rip-and-replace hardware?
No. There are 6 ways to seamlessly grow a McDATA fabric.
In 2007 and 2008 the McDATA customers will be able to add all b-type
products and the Next Generation Core director to their existing SAN
fabrics.
4. Which products should I use (or propose) – m-type or b-type?
Either. Both. Use the product with features that meet your needs.
Brocade with Brocade; McDATA with McDATA; Brocade with McDATA.
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The Greening of the Data Center
IBM Project Big Green
IBM will Combat Data Center Energy Crisis
• $1 Billion to Advance "Green" Technology and Services
• Dramatically increase the level of energy efficiency in IT
• Includes plans for new products and services
– Sharply reduce data center energy consumption
– Transform the world’s business and public technology
infrastructures into "green" data centers.
– “50 cents is spent on energy for every dollar of computer hardware
… expected to increase … to 71 cents over the next four years”
– “The data center energy crisis is inhibiting our clients’ business
growth as they seek to access computing power”
– Mike Daniels, senior vice president, IBM Global Technology Services.
http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/21524.wss
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Brocade: The “Greenest” SAN for IBM
Brocade is the BEST choice for a Greener Data Center
Market’s three most energy efficient SAN directors
• IBM SAN140M, 256M and 256B
Brocade provides high-density connectivity with superior
performance for much less power than our competitor
Brocade leads in these Green measurements
• Lowest power consumption
• Lowest heat output
• Lowest power per port
• Lowest power per useable bandwidth
• Lowest Carbon Footprint (CO2) per year
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Customer Choice – Efficiency & TCO
Efficiency Delivers Significant Savings vs. Competition
384 Port Director
Cisco MDS 9513
IBM SAN 256M
IBM SAN256B
SAN256B
Advantage
2864 – 3641 AC*
1191 AC
1127 AC
9176 - 11662
4065
3845
Watts / Port
16.3 - 5.2
4.7
2.2
Power / Gb BW
4.1 - 5.2
2.3
<1
Carbon Footprint / yr
12.3 tonnes
4.4 tonnes
4.15 tonnes
yearly kg of CO2 / port
32 kg per port
17 kg per port
11 kg per port
Electrical Cost – 3 yrs
$8165
$2913
$2757
• Up to 5 times
better power
efficiency
• Significant power &
cooling savings
• More effective rack
density and use of
power budget
• significantly lower
carbon footprint
Power (W)
Cooling (BTU)
*From www.cisco.com – See www.brocade.com/competitive for more information.May 23, 2007
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Why Partner with Brocade?
• Brocade builds the widest range of SAN solutions
– Consolidation, BC/DR, Data Archiving, ILM Solutions
– For both SMB and Enterprise
• Brocade is systematically merging the product lines
to ensure highest customer satisfaction
– Products will be available. Directors will continue. Seamless M-to-B connectivity.
– No customers will be left behind!
• Brocade offers the best products and people!
– Storage Focused. Highest performance. Most energy efficient. Feature rich.
– 25 years of Mainframe and storage networking experience.
– Partner focused. People that know SAN. Programs to help win the deal.
• Brocade provides the best path to the Next
Generation SAN infrastructure.
– Storage Focused. Seamless growth to new technology. Scalability with performance!
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Thank You!
Back up slides follow
- Programs
- Contacts
- Partner Incentives
- Solutions
IBM SAN vs EMC SAN
Not All Ports are Created Equal
When bidding against EMC and MDS make sure the customer knows:
1.
2.
3.
With EMC-MDS, you can have 4Gb ports or you can have 528 ports, but
you can’t have both
•
The MDS is a 132 port dedicated 4Gb director
•
Only 48Gbs bandwidth per director slot vs Brocade’s 64Gbs
•
MDS has no local switching; all traffic must pass through crossbar
•
If you want guaranteed 4Gb on a 24 or 48 card, other ports turn off by default
On EMC-MDS, there is a 252 port hard limit with any 1st gen linecards
•
Any 2Gb, FCIP, iSCSI, SSM (SANtap, FastWrite) cards make 9513 have 252 max
•
Linecards that take port total over 252 will not power on
•
EMC using Invista and RecoverPoint mean that customer loses ports in their director
Environmentals are poor -- will the EMC MDS fit in the data center?
•
12 to 16 amps, 2 to 3 kilowatts in large configurations
•
9513 requires Side-side AND back-back cooling – EMC has ‘special’ extra wide rack
•
Fan tray is one FRU with a single power connector, 170 seconds to replace it
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IBM DIRECTOR REFRESH PROGRAM
Drive Director Sales this Quarter
NEW
IBM Director Refresh Program (thru 12/31/07)
• Buy (1) SAN256B, (1) SAN140M, or (1) SAN256M
• Buy (1) chassis and (2) blades, get (1) blade free
• No minimum port count required to achieve that discount, blades must be of same port count
• To qualify, an existing 1 or 2GB director must be replaced by a new Brocade director
• Letter of destruction is required for the older director(s) within 45 days of purchase
• Deals desk transaction only (RPQ will be available later this quarter)
Buy…(1) chassis and (2) blades
SAN140M
Get…
October 2007
…one (1) blade free!
SAN256B
SAN256M
Please reference program # IBM0042
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IBM ‘Go-FICON’ PROGRAM
NEW
Program!
IBM ‘Go FICON’ (thru 12/31/07)
• Buy (1) M48, (1) SAN140M, or (1) SAN256M
• Buy (1) chassis and (2) blades, get (1) blade free
• No minimum port count required to achieve that discount, blades must be of same port count
• Execute via RPQ
Buy…(1) chassis, FICON/CUP feature and (2) blades
(1) M48
Get…
October 2007
…one (1) blade free!
(1) SAN140M
(1) SAN256M
Please reference program # IBM00XX
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Brocade-IBM Sales Programs
M48 Director “Power UP” Program (thru 12/31/07)
• Buy (1) M48 (SAN256B) with 3 Blades
• Get (1) Blade free
• Blades must be of equal port counts
• RPQ# 8S0721 – 16-port Blade
• RPQ# 8S0720 – 32-port Blade
Buy this …..
Get this
Please reference program # IBM0021
Buy this …..
Get this
IBM SAN32B-3 POD Program (thru 12/31/07)
NEW
• Buy (1) SAN32B-3 (2005-B5K) with 16 ports
• Buy (8) ports, get (8) ports free
• For RPQ information, contact [email protected]
Please reference program # IBM0041
RPQ Forms need to be completed by IBM or BP, then sent to IBM & Brocade.
Questions? Contact [email protected]
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Brocade-IBM Sales Programs
IBM 2027-140M Blade Up Program (thru 12/31/07)
• Buy Qty = 3 port modules (4 Gbit only-shortwave or longwave), get 1
comparable Port Module FREE
• No requirement to attach a chassis and is positioned as an installed base
program
• RPQ# 8S0761 (4 port shortwave) & 8S0763 (4 port longwave)
Please reference program # IBM0040
IBM 2027-256M Blade Up Program (thru 12/31/07)
• Buy Qty = 3 Line Modules (32-port shortwave or longwave), then get 1
comparable 32-Port line Module FREE
• No requirement to attach a chassis and is positioned as an installed base
program
• RPQ# 8S0764 (4Km shortwave) or 8S0765 (4km Longwave) or 8S0766
(10km Longwave)
Please reference program # IBM0040
RPQ Forms need to be completed by IBM or BP, then sent to IBM &
Brocade. Questions? Contact [email protected]
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Brocade-IBM Sales Programs
SAN140M and SAN256M “Cheaper By the Dozen” 4 Gbps Blade Upgrade Programs (thru 12/31/07)
• These programs are designed to encourage greater commitment to 2027-140 and 2027-256 directors by
offering deeper discounts when twelve or more blades are ordered.
• Purchase (12+) 4 Gbps switch blade upgrades for 2027-140 directors or (12+) 4 Gbps switch blade
upgrades for 2027-256 directors.
• Combinations of blades should be considered as groups of three blades (a “3-pack”). Within a 3-pack, two
(2) blades will be sold at “normal” prices and the third blade will be at no charge. A minimum of four (4) 3packs (12 blades) is required to participate in this program. All blades in a 3-pack must be of the same type;
however 3-packs of different blade types may be combined to meet the minimum requirement of four 3packs. Additional 3-packs may be ordered.
• Any number of directors may participate. Blades do not need to be installed as a 3-pack on any one
director; blades may be distributed across all approved directors as desired.
• These two programs do not use RPQs. A Brocade Deals Desk nomination form must be prepared by a
Brocade field sales person and submitted to Brocade for approval. If approved, a Letter of Agreement
(LOA) will be prepared by Brocade which will be forwarded to IBM Procurement.
• The IBM/BP sales team must submit an IBM Special Bid Request in order to obtain approval for this special
pricing citing the LOA to document Brocade’s price concession.
• IBM TotalStorage SAN140M and IBM TotalStorage SAN256M “Cheaper By The Dozen” 4 Gbps Blade
Upgrade Sales Program nomination forms are available on the IBM System Sales web site in the “Selling
Hardware – Pricing and Promotions” section.
• Orders must be scheduled to ship not later than December 31, 2007.
Please reference program # IBM0040
Questions? Contact [email protected]
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Brocade Rewards for Business Partners
October ‘Double Down’ on Directors
Rewards
IBM System Storage 2109-M48, 2027-256M, 2027140
Points
1,000
2,000
IBM System Storage Routing Blade for the 2109M48
250
IBM System Storage 2005-R18
250
IBM System Storage 2005-B64
300
IBM System Storage 2005-B5K
150
IBM System Storage 2005-B32
150
IBM System Storage 2005-B16 8-ports 0 E port
50
IBM System Storage 2005-B16 8-ports Full Fabric
100
IBM System Storage 2005-B16 16-ports Full Fabric
150
Brocade SAN Switch Module for the IBM
BladeCenter (min 2 per invoice)
400
SAN Health check engagement with end customer
50
October 2007
‘Double down’
on all Directors
2000 points!!
October only!
Americas only
Must ship by 10/31
• Go to: www.BrocadeRewards.com
• Name = Brocade Rewards
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Jim Straw
North America OSM
Office: 763-416-4041
Cell: 612-310-7114
[email protected]
IBM North America Coverage
Steve Muskovin
IBM NA Sys Engineer
IBM FTSS org
Office 630-759-1209
Judy Palfi
West Channels Mgr
Office 408-356-2580
WA
Cell 408-341-5833
[email protected]
MT
Jim Dyer
Central SAN Specialist
Cell 651-773-5801
ND
[email protected]
Jeff Gray
Western SAN Specialist
Cell 303-358-4348NV
[email protected]
Steve
WY Curtis
Central Channels Mgr
Office 303-627-6705
NE
Cell 720-208-6033
[email protected]
CO
CA
Craig Nelson
Western OTR
AZ
Office 925-277-3854
Cell 510-541-8154
[email protected]
IL
KS
TX
NY
PA
VA
Tom
Robertson
MO
KY
Southeast OTR
Office 856-810-2229
TN
Cell 856-905-6238
AR
[email protected]
MS
AL
LA
Andy Webber
Southeast SAN Specialist
Office 770-333-9525
Cell 404-663-2062
[email protected]
NC
NH
Ken D’Onofrio
MA
Northeast
SAN Specialist
CT
Office 203-551-7302
CellNJ203-332-4492
[email protected]
MD
IN
WV
Mike Biedermann
OK
South Central SAN Specialist
Cell NM
817-807-5574
[email protected]
Paul Radu
IBM NA Sys Engineer
IBM SAN Specialist
Office 303-805-1243
October 2007
JohnWI
Chamberlin
Central/Canada MI
OTR
Office 317-585-0626
IA Cell 317-697-1928
OH
[email protected]
SD
UT
VT
MN
OR
ID
Peter Schmelter
Northeast OTR
Office 978.440.8850
Cell 508.523.3883ME
[email protected]
DE
Ken Riley
Federal
SAN Specialist
MD
Office 301-760-4601
Cell 410-725-0285
[email protected]
SC
GA
Keith Wilbur
IBM NA Sys Engineer
IBM FTSS org
Office 727-363-7590
FL
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Brocade Americas IBM Sales Organization
OSM IBM Americas
Jim Straw
Federal
East
Brocade
Advocates
Channel
Managers
OEM
Territory
Reps
SAN
Specialists
Systems
Engineers
October 2007
Minneapolis
Central
West
LATAM
Brocade Advocate
East Region
Jill Gibson
Brocade Advocate
Central Region
Steve Wiesen
Brocade Advocate
West Region
Open
New Jersey
Chicago
IBM OTR
East Channel
Tom Robertson
IBM OTR
Channel/West Central
Steve Curtis
Philadelphia
Denver
IBM OTR
West Channel
Judy Palfi
IBM OTR
Northeast
Peter Schmelter
IBM OTR
Southeast
Tom Robertson
IBM OTR
Federal
Bruce Hardy
IBM OTR
Central/Canada
John Chamberlin
IBM OTR
West/South Central
Craig Nelson
Boston
Philadelphia
Maryland
Indianapolis
Oakland
Ken D’Onofrio
Northeast
SAN Specialist
Andy Webber
Southeast
SAN Specialist
Extending Offer
Federal
SAN Specialist
Jim Dyer
Central
SAN Specialist
Mike Biedermann
South Central
SAN Specialist
Jeff Gray
West
SAN Specialist
Connecticut
Atlanta
Maryland
Minneapolis
Dallas
Denver
Jon Fonseca
East
SAN Systems Eng
Keith Wilbur
National
IBM Systems Eng
Steve Muskovin
National
IBM Systems Eng
Paul Radu
West
SAN Systems Eng
Connecticut
Tampa
Chicago
Denver
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LATAM
Marcelo Vanin
Miami
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Brocade EMEA IBM Sales Organization
OSM IBM EMEA
Steve Charnock
UK
NE IOT
SW IOT
OEM
Territory
Reps
SAN
Specialists
Systems
Engineers
IBM OTR
SW IOT
Raphael Chocron
IBM OTR
UK/ISA+Nordics
Ben Cartwright
France
UK
SAN Specialist
France, Benulux, Spain
William Bousquet
SAN SE
UK/ISA+Nordics
Jo Dow
Italy
France
UK
France
October 2007
Germany
SAN Specialist
Italy
TBH
IBM SE
SW IOT
Serge Naudy
IBM OTR
Germany+Cemas
Joachim Muerer
SAN SE
Germany+Cemas
Juergen Kressig
Germany
IBM SE
UK/ISA+Nordics
Rodger Shanks
IBM SE
Germany+Cemas
Michael Klein
UK
Germany
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Brocade AP IBM Sales Organization
Hajime Jinguji / Noriko Nishio
Japan OEM Rep
Jung-Dae KIM
Korea OEM Rep
Eric Liu
China OEM Rep
Sankara Krishnan
India OEM Rep
Edward Joe
HK/TW OEM
Uma Balasingham
Asean OEM Rep
WW Corporate Account Executive – Mike Harrison
WW Global Sales Executive – Mike Pecora
WW OEM Marketing – Matt Wineberg
APJ OEM Sales – Gilbert Low
Greig Guy
Aust/NZ OEM Rep
GEO RSD
•SAP – Gerald Penaflor
• KOR - Kwon Won-Sang
• ANZ – Graham Shultz
• CNA – Sam Lo
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10Gb FC Solution for the SAN256B
Functionality
•
•
•
•
Provides 10Gb ISL’s between SW48000 directors
6 x 10Gb Fibre Channel ports
Support for up to 8 blades per chassis
Supports Extended Distances up to 120km
– 720 BB Credits per port
Transceivers
• 10Gb XFP SWL, LWL, 40km ELWL, and 80km ELWL
Management
• Leverages existing Fibre Channel SAN management
tools and skills
– CLI, Web TOOLS, FM, SMI
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iSCSI Blade for SAN256B
Director-based iSCSI Gateway
• Provides iSCSI to Fibre Channel connectivity
• Supports iSCSI initiators and Fibre Channel target/initiator
• 8 x 1000Base-T (GigE) Ethernet ports (RJ45 Copper)
• 8 x 1/2/4 Gb/sec FC port (SFP)
• Scalability
– 64 iSCSI initiators per port, 512 initiators per blade
– Up to 4 blades per SAN256B (2048 tested)
• iSCSI Initiator Support
– MS iSCSI initiator 2.02, 2.03
– Linux RH EL 4, SUS 9 and 10
– Solaris (5.11)
– AIX (5.3 ML4)
– HP-UX
– iSCSI cards (Alacritech and Qlogic)
• Common Management
– Leverages existing SAN management tools and skills
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SAN Solutions
Systems i, p, x, BladeCenter
Storage Solutions
Infrastructure Simplification
SAN Consolidation
Share devices; Refresh Technology; Simplify; Reduce Admin costs
Many Switches to Few using Directors
Migrate from switches to
directors
Consolidate multiple SAN fabric
Refresh SAN and storage
Technology
Use Virtual Fabrics or Logical
Partitions for management
isolation
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Infrastructure Simplification
SAN Consolidation and Storage Pooling
SAN 2
eSeries Servers
eSeries Servers
SAN 1
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
Consolidate multiple SANs.
Pool various storage.
SAN 3
SAN 4
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
Benefits:
Simplified Management.
Shared Storage Pool.
Increased Storage Utilization.
SVC Storage Pool
3584
Tape
DS8000
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IBM BladeCenter
DS6000
DS4800
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Business Continuity with SVC
Metro Mirroring with over FC
eSeries Servers
eSeries Servers
SAN256B
with 10Gb
Blade
SAN256B
with 10Gb
Blade
10Gb WDM
Metro Mirroring Replication
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
eSeries Servers
Between DS8000 and DS4000 via SVC
DS8000
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
Benefits:
10Gb links between site.
Better utilization of link bandwidth
SVC mirroring between different arrays
3584
Tape
DS4800
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
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Storage Consolidation for Low End Servers
Using iSCSI
IBM DS4000;
DS6000 or
DS8000
Stranded
Servers
IBM Tape Library
iSCSI
Stranded
Servers
IP Network
SAN256B Directors
with iSCSI Blades
Stranded
Servers
IBM/BROCADE Products:
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
SAN256B with iSCSI Blades
iSCSI blade allows for low cost server consolidation.
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DAS
to
SAN
Storage
Consolidation
Direct Attached Storage
Storage Area Network
Tape Backup over LAN
DS3400/DS4000
System x
Servers
IBM SAN16B-2
or SAN32B-3
TS3100
DS3400/DS4000
LAN
Fibre Channel
SCSI
TS3100
Benefits of moving from a Direct Attached Storage (DAS) to a SAN:
IBM/BROCADE Products:
•Decouple storage resources from servers,
SAN16B-2
•Place storage on a shared network
•2005-B16 or
•Increase disk and tape device utilization rates
•200516B (System x)
SAN32B-2
•Improving storage availability and performance
•2005-B5K or
•Increase rollout of new servers/applications
•2005B5K (System x)
•Reduce Management costs
•Improve backup and restore
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Storage/Server Consolidation
with SAN Backup
Distributed solution:
Distributed
Server/Storage
Server/Storage Consolidation
& SAN Backup/Restore
BladeCenter
Dual Switch Modules
DS4700
Tape
Redundant Path
To Disk Array
3581
Tape
Backup over SAN
• Server resources not
optimized
• Inefficient use of storage
capacity
• Backup over WAN slow
BladeCenter/SAN
solution:
• Consolidated servers share
storage to increase storage
utilization (typically from under
50% to over 80%)
• High Availability design with
redundant paths to storage
• Provision storage to new
application servers quickly
• Backup and restore over SAN
not LAN
• Simplified server and storage
management
Backup over LAN
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SAN Extension for Business
Continuity
Global & Metro Mirroring over FCIP
Primary Site
Remote DR Site
Critical Apps Servers
All Servers
SAN256B with FC
Routing Blade
(FC3450)
IP Network
SAN18B-R
Routers
DS8000
DS8000
Replication Application
DS8000
Global Mirroring / Metro Mirroring
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
Value Proposition: Solving for disaster recovery and business continuity, distance
replication or “SAN Extension” involves moving Fibre Channel frames over an IP network.
The IBM SAN B-type family of routers utilizes the industry standard FCIP protocol and FC
Routing to better manage the IP routing across the link. Specialized management tools are
available to optimize bandwidth (FastWrite, Tape Pipelining, Compression and Virtual
Tunnels), to better manage lossy networks (Storage Optimized TCP) and provide security
(encryption). These enhanced features allow more efficient use of the IP link, so customers
can send more data over the link in less time, and optimize their WAN link performance to
save money.
IBM/BROCADE Products:
Telco Services: BROCADE’s status as a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) means
that BROCADE resells TELCO bandwidth - allowing customers to have one vendor for their
complete distance solution. No other SAN vendor can provide this service. BROCADE’s
telco services enable short term IP links for one-time data migrations, and/or longer term
contracts complete with proactive network monitoring capabilities.
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• 2005-R18
SAN Directors
•2109-M48 with FC 3450
Telco Services
•Available through IGS
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SAN Consolidation
Tiered SAN using FC Routing
McDATA SAN
IBM SAN18B-R
Multi-Protocol Switch
Critical
Apps SAN
SAN256B with FC
Routing Blade
IP Network
FC Routing, FCIP
Tape
Backup
SAN
BROCADE
SAN
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
Non-IBM
SAN
Value Proposition: IBM TotalStorage SAN18B-R and the M48 FC Routing Blade allow SAN
consolidation within the data center as expensive resources like a disk array or tape library can
be shared among many SANs without joining those SANs. Utilizing these IBM TotalStorage SAN
b-type router products enables administrators to maintain separate SANs, like a Brocade and a
McDATA SAN, or an IBM and EMC SAN but still share devices between them. Each individual
SAN can run in native or open mode (Brocade and McDATA Native modes are supported), and
domain IDs can be shared across SANs.
These SAN b-type routers ability to provide fault and administration isolation are particularly
useful when connecting to remote sites where WAN fluctuations and separate admin groups are
common.
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SAN18B-R
• 2005-R18
SAN25B with FC Router Blade
•2109-M48 with FC3450
•FC 3450
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Data Archiving for Open Systems
Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape
SAN256B Directors
SAN18B-R
with FC Router Blades
Multi-protocol Routers
IBM DS4000;
DS6000 or
DS8000
IP Network
SAN
A
SAN
B
SAN
C
FC Routing, FCIP,
FastWrite &
Tape Pipelining
IBM Tape Library
Remote
Backup
SAN
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
Value Proposition: For an end-to-end IBM System Storage solution, disk-to-disk and disk-totape replication over distance is provided by using the IBM SAN256B and/or SAN18B-R products
that enable FASTWrite (disk-to-disk) and tape pipelining. BROCADE’s extension products are
designed for optimum performance over IP networks for IBM Global Mirroring and remote tape
vaulting solutions.
The FC Routing capabilities of these products allow administrators to maintain separate SANs
but still share the remote tape library. Thus providing fault and administration isolation when
connecting to the remote site where WAN fluctuations and separate admin groups are common.
IBM/BROCADE Products:
SAN18B-R
• 2005-R18
SAN25B with FC Router Blade
•2109-M48 with FC 3450
In this example the customer may do disk-to-disk Global Mirroring and then backup to the tape
library or they may use the tape pipelining feature and backup directly to tape over the IP link.
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Business Continuity with SVC
Metro Mirroring with over FC
eSeries Servers
eSeries Servers
SAN256B
with 10Gb
Blade
SAN256B
with 10Gb
Blade
10Gb WDM
Metro Mirroring Replication
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
eSeries Servers
Between DS8000 and DS4000 via SVC
DS8000
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
Benefits:
10Gb links between site.
Better utilization of link bandwidth
SVC mirroring between different arrays
FC Fastwrite for performance improvements*
3584
Tape
DS4800
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
* FOS 5.3 and FC Fastwrite pending test completion with SVC
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Business Continuity with SVC
Global Mirroring with FC over IP
eSeries Servers
eSeries Servers
SAN256B
with FCIP
Blade
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
eSeries Servers
SAN18B-R
with FCIP
IP Network
Global Mirroring Replication
Between DS8000 and DS4000 via SVC
DS8000
SVC Appliance
SVC Appliance
Benefits:
Mirroring over 1000km’s.
Mirroring between different arrays.
Superior FCIP performance.
3584
Tape
DS4800
Fibre Channel
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
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System z
Storage Solutions
Cascaded GDPS Solution with 256M
Long Distance 10Gb/s Links
System z
MF Hosts
System z
MF Hosts
SAN256M
with 10Gbps
IBM
DS8000
Disk
SAN256M
Site 1
IBM Tape
Library
Up to 190Km
Site 2
FICON
10Gb Link
with 10Gbps
IBM
DS8000
IBM Tape
Library
Value Proposition: High performance links for active / active data center traffic: 190 km at 10
IBM/BROCADE Products:
Gb/s, 1100 km at 2 Gb/s, 2200 km at 1 Gb/s. Supports synchronous replication that is ideal for
Cascaded GDPS Solutions.
SAN256M
With its buffer credit power and unique 10 Gb capability, the SAN256M can drive distances of
beyond 190KM at 10Gb/s synchronous speeds over dark fiber. This means that customers can
now drive active-active data center strategies, reducing costly capital outlays required to maintain
completely redundant hot standby data centers for disaster recovery. IBMs Global and Metro
Mirroring is the perfect technology to drive this approach. Remote fabrics come standard with
SAN256M Directors.
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Cascaded GDPS Solution
Long Distance ISL Trunks
System z
MF Hosts
System z
MF Hosts
Site 1
Site 2
SAN256B
ISL Trunk
SAN256B
with ISL
Trunking
with ISL
Trunking
ISL Trunk
IBM
DS8000
Disk
IBM Tape
Library
FICON
IBM Tape
Library
IBM
DS8000
Disk
Value Proposition: When the customer has only 2 or 4Gb/s connections between sites then
BROCADE’s ISL Trunking feature provides high performance and resilient links for active / active
data center traffic. ISL Trunking takes up to eight 4Gb/s links and creates a logical trunk and may
balance traffic at the FC frame level to provide the optimum bandwidth utilization. ISL Trunks also
increase availability of the link since any one failure of a member link does not cause data traffic
reroutes to occur. Combined with BROCADE’s Extended Fabric license, ISL Trunks are supported up
to 100km for 10Gb/s trunks and 50km for 32Gb/s trunks.
ISL Trunks perfectly complement IBMs Metro Mirroring to build a Cascaded GDPS solution.
Note that Fabric OS v5.2 includes the “fabric binding” capability necessary for FICON cascading.
Secure Fabric OS licenses are no longer required.
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Cascading without
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50Km.
10Gbps Trunk up to
100Km.
4Gbps Trunk up to
250Km.
IBM/BROCADE Products:
SAN256B
•2109-M48 (shown in diagram)
Other FICON switch options
Supporting ISL Trunking:
•2005-B32
•2005-B64
•2005-B18
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Mainframe Business Continuity
XRC DistancePrimary
Extension
over IP
Datacenter
Recovery Datacenter
Z-Series
MF Hosts
XRC System
Data Mover
SAN256B
IP Network
SAN256B
with FC
Routing
Blade
with M48 FC
Routing
Blade
IP Network
IBM ESS
Disk
IBM ESS
Disk
FICON
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
Value Proposition: This Mainframe distance solution includes the SAN256B with the M48 FC
Routing Blade (FC 3450) and is sold entirely through IBM System Storage. Using the FC over IP
capability of the FC Routing Blade, the SAN256B allows XRC solutions that are totally integrated
within the directors and can span up to 300km between sites. If the customer prefers not to
integrate the FC Routing blade into the SAN256B director then the SAN18B-R FC Router provides
the same functionality in a 1 rack unit switch. Additionally, the SAN18B-R FC Router in the
recovery site can connect to the director and M48 routing blade in the primary datacenter. This
solution may offer the customer a more cost-effective BCDR option.
Specialized management tools are available to optimize bandwidth, to better manage lossy
networks (Storage Optimized TCP) and provide security (encryption). These enhanced features
allow more efficient use of the IP link, so customers can send more data over the link in less time,
and optimize their WAN link performance to save money.
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SAN256B with M48 FC Routing
Blade
2109-M48 with FC 3450
(shown)
SAN18B-R FC Router
• 2005-R18 (not shown)
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Mainframe Business Continuity
XRC Distance
Extension
Primary
Datacenter (1000 km’s)
Recovery Datacenter
Z-Series
MF Hosts
USDX or
M3000
USDX or
M3000
XRC System
Data Mover
IP Network
FICON
Directors
FICON
Directors
IP Network
IBM ESS
Disk
FICON
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
IBM ESS
Disk
Value Proposition: Does your customer have ESCON or FICON? BROCADE maintains 95%
share of all FICON installations worldwide and is the market leader in Mainframe SANs. We have
the right infrastructure, management tools, and experience to help you close the deal with
Mainframe customers. BROCADE’s extension products for mainframe environments are designed
for optimum performance over typical enterprise extension networks including ATM and IP.
Here the Brocade USDX or M3000 units are used since their FICON Disk Emulation capability
provides the industry leading FICON distances of 1000’s of kilometers. High availability paths are
built using redundant directors, USDX units, IP Routers and the backbone networks.
IBM/BROCADE Products:
•BROCADE M3000 and USDx6, x12 storage routers. Not
resold by IBM, System
Storage Proven, engage
BROCADE sales
BROCADE Telco Services
•Not resold by IBM, engage
BROCADE Sales
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SAN Extension for Business Continuity
Global & Metro Mirroring over FCIP
Recovery Datacenter
Primary Datacenter
SAN18B-R
SAN18B-R
DS8000
DS8000
IP Network
Replication Application
Fibre Channel
FICON
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
Global Mirroring / Metro Mirroring
Value Proposition: Solving for disaster recovery and business continuity, distance
IBM/BROCADE Products:
replication or “SAN Extension” involves moving Fibre Channel frames over an IP network. The
IBM SAN b-type family of routers utilizes the industry standard FCIP protocol and FC Routing to
better manage the IP routing across the link. Specialized management tools are available to
optimize bandwidth (FastWrite, Tape Pipelining, Compression and Virtual Tunnels), to better
manage lossy networks (Storage Optimized TCP) and provide security (encryption). These
enhanced features allow more efficient use of the IP link, so customers can send more data over
the link in less time, and optimize their WAN link performance to save money.
SAN18B-R
Telco Services: BROCADE’s status as a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) means that
BROCADE resells TELCO bandwidth - allowing customers to have one vendor for their complete
distance solution. No other SAN vendor can provide this service. BROCADE’s telco services
enable short term IP links for one-time data migrations, and/or longer term contracts complete
with proactive network monitoring capabilities.
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• 2005-R18
SAN256B
•2109-M48
Telco Services
•Available through IGS
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Async Replication/Peer-to-Peer VTS
Z-Series MF
Hosts
USDX or
M3000
USDX or
M3000
ATM, IP Network
FICON/FC
Directors
FICON/FC
Directors
Primary
Datacenter
Remote
Datacenter
ATM, IP Network
IBM
DS8000
IBM VTC
IBM
DS8000
FICON
Gigabit Ethernet / IP
IBM VTC
Value Proposition: Integration of disk replication over distance using FC and peer to peer
virtual tape using FICON is provided by using the BROCADE M3000 and USDX Storage
Routers (IBM System Storage Proven) that enables tape pipelining. BROCADE’s extension
products for tape environments are designed for optimum performance over very long
extension networks including IP and ATM.
IBM/BROCADE Products:
•BROCADE M3000 and USDx6, x12 storage router. Not
resold by IBM, System Storage
Proven, engage BROCADE
sales
•BROCADE Telco Services
•Not resold by IBM, engage
BROCADE Sales
•Available through IGS
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Security Enhancements for FOS v5.3
All Secure FOS features integrated into base FOS
• Admin Lockout Policy
NEW
– Customer’s desire to control lockout policy for Admin role.
• Password Strength Policy
– Enhance existing set of policies
• New Security Admin role
• Switch-Switch authentication (DH-CHAP/FCAP)
• Server (HBA) authentication (DH-CHAP)
• Fabric Configuration Server (FCS) switches
– “trusted” switches for managing fabric-wide configuration
• PEAP – Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol
– authentication protocol to authenticate users/clients
• IP Filter to control IP management access
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SANtegrity™ Security for m-type
SANtegrity Authentication
SANtegrity Binding
Advanced Security in Multi-Protocol Networks
High Integrity Fabrics
• Fabric Authorization: Switch to Switch
• Device to Switch: N_port to FC Switch, iSCSI
to Gateway
Based on Brocade Membership List technology used in
Fabric Binding
Multiple lists provide flexibility
• Device to Device: N_Port to N_port
Supports distributed management ACL’s
• Management Access
Required protection for FICON cascading
Standards Based
• CHAP authentication: FC-SP, iSCSI, FCIP
Defends Against:
• RADIUS for centralized administration
Accidental changes
And WWN spoofing
Defends Against:
Unauthorized access
Unauthenticated devices
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