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Cisco UCS C-Series Rack-Mount Servers

Business & Technical Overview

The Compute Platform for Virtualized Data Centers Samir Meki ć, SE [email protected]

UCS C- Series v1.0

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The Data Center Is at a Market Transition Transformation

 Technology advances  Energy efficiency  Economic efficiency  Dynamic business environment Virtualization

Challenges

 Scalability  Management integration  Application migration  Coherent policies and security Compute Network and Storage Access UCS C-Series V1.0

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Data Center Virtualization Today

Virtualization has been promised as the answer. However, virtualization solutions to date may only address part of the problem, but has done so by increasing operational expenses, infrastructure complexity, and risk.

Virtualization Platform

High Complexity High Touch

Compute Platform

Costs Site Cost  HVAC  Power  Office space UCS C-Series V1.0

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Costs Platform Cost  Storage  Network   Software Server

Network Platform

Costs Organization Cost  Complexity  VM Administrator  Coordination 3

Unleashing the Data Center’s Full Potential

Solution

 Cohesive system that unites compute, network, storage access and virtualization  Management simplification Virtualization

Benefits

 Reduced TCO  Increased business agility  Improved energy efficiency Compute Network and Storage Access UCS C-Series V1.0

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Data Center 3.0 Evolution Path

Virtualization has created a market transition. “Servers” are becoming fluid objects in the network. The data center must evolve to continue to scale. Cisco is offering a fresh alternative to traditional ad-hoc add-on approaches for virtualized data centers.

Location Freedom Unified Computing HW Freedom Provisioning Freedom Consolidation Virtualization Automation Utility Market Inter-Cloud Private Clouds Unified Computing Unified Fabric Data Center Networking UCS C-Series V1.0

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Unified Computing Role in Data Center 3.0

Fully integrated system that brings together the network fabric, compute resources, and virtualization software to simplify Process Automation . Service Management Performance Management Provisioning Management Process Automation Virtualization OS Applications Infrastructure Virtualization Platform Compute Resource Scaling with Cisco Extended Memory Technology Performance Management UCS C-Series V1.0

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Hardware Compute Dynamic Provisioning Network Platform Device Management Virtualization control and transparency with VN Link Automated Provisioning Storage Network SAN MDS 9000 Wire Once Infrastructure with Unified Fabric Storage Server Access Network Unified Fabric N7000 N5000 Servers V VV N1000 CBS 3100 C49xx C6500 N5000 N7000 N7000 DC LAN GbE/10GbE Network Services Application Delivery Security ASA WAAS ACE E-mail Security VPN Business Service Management 6

Cisco Unified Computing System

The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness. Unified Fabric Fabric Extender Virtualized Adapter Scale Out Extended Memory    Automated Provisioning Embedded single point of management and provisioning Visibility and control across datacenter organizations Infrastructure policy management and compliance   Virtualization Optimization Fine-grained control, portability, and visibility of network, compute, and storage attributes More than double the memory capacity of competing systems    Industry Standard Servers Intel Xeon processor 5600 series 150% generational performance increase Intelligent platform for performance and energy efficiency    Unified Fabric Wire once, low latency FC and Ethernet Virtualization aware Less than half the normal amount of adapters, switches, cables 8 UCS C-Series V1.0

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Cisco Unified Computing System

The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness.

Reduces total cost of ownership

   CAPEX: Up to 20% reduction OPEX: Up to 30% reduction Cooling and power efficient

Increases business agility

 Provision applications in minutes instead of days   Automation reduces service outages Just-in-time resource provisioning

Investment protection

   Industry standards-based Co-exist with existing data center infrastructure Leverage existing management applications via API UCS C-Series V1.0

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Total Cost of Ownership

1000 Server Use Case: Legacy Rack-mount to Unified Computing $7,356,235 $8,000,000 $7,000,000 $6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $0 $5,658,991 End of Row FCoE Investment UCS C-Series V1.0

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$3,273,484 $1,697,244 Unified Computing Savings $4,082,751 10

Cisco UCS Increasing Momentum

Since its initial launch in the spring of 2009, Cisco UCS has been validated with industry awards, market momentum , and initial customer deployments delivering lower total cost and increased agility.

Customer Traction

“ Nothing else came close in terms of management simplicity, energy efficiency, application availability and cost reduction, all of which have made it possible for us to hit our initial ROI targets and deploy an architecture that can scale with us over the coming years.” – Tutor Perini

Market Traction

• Goldman Sachs survey of 100 Fortune 1000 IT executives  Nearly

two-thirds

of respondents expect increased presence for  Cisco servers in their data centers in the next two to three years.

18%

are planning to evaluate Cisco’s UCS in the next 12 months

Industry Acclaim

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UCS Innovations Decrease TCO

Industry Standard innovations that help UCS B-Series Blade servers reduce TCO apply to UCS C-Series Rack-Mount Servers with additional benefits of a familiar rack form factor and built in migration path to Unified Computing.

Embedded – Unified Management Extended Memory Technology Dynamic Provisioning Service Profiles Unified Fabric VN Link – Virtual Interface Card B-Series Blade Servers

Additional CAPEX and OPEX Savings from High Density Blade Form Factor UCS C-Series V1.0

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C-Series Rack-Mount Servers

Additional CAPEX and OPEX Savings from versatility and investment protection 12

UCS Innovations Summary

Industry Standard innovations that help UCS B-Series Blade servers reduce TCO apply to UCS C-Series Rack-Mount Servers with additional benefits of a familiar rack form factor and built in migration path to Unified Computing.

Unified Fabric – Fabric Extenders • Simplify I/O Infrastructure and Management • Reduce Support Infrastructure up to 50% – Nics, HBA’s, Chassis Interconnects, Cabling Embedded – Unified Management • Single, Highly Available, Point of Management • Reduce management tools, consoles, modules with full interoperability via XML API Extended Memory Technology • More Economical footprint for memory intensive workloads and higher consolidation ratios.

• Large Dataset workloads on two socket servers.

VN Link – Virtual Interface Card • I/O consolidation and increased cpu performance • Network policy control and transparancy to the VM level.

Dynamic Provisioning Service Profiles UCS C-Series V1.0

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• Faster provisioning - reduced spares • Enables consistent infrastructure policies w/RBAC 13

Introducing C-Series Rack-Mount Servers

By combining UCS C-Series and UCS B Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the vast majority of customers’ data center compute requirements..

Helps reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase business agility.

Extends Unified Computing innovations and benefits to rack-mount servers

The first rack-mount servers offering a built-in migration path to unified computing

Increased customer choice with unique benefits in a familiar rack-mount form factor

UCS C250 M2 Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server Pricing starts $10,339 UCS C210 M2 General-Purpose Rack-Mount Server Pricing starts $3,039 UCS C200 M2 High-Density Rack-Mount Server Pricing starts $2,589 14 UCS C-Series V1.0

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C-Series Product Details

Together, UCS C-Series and UCS B Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the vast majority of data center compute requirements.

UCS C200 M2

High-Density Rack Mount Server

UCS C210 M2

General-Purpose Rack Mount Server

UCS C250 M2

Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server High-density server with balanced compute performance and I/O flexibility General-purpose server for workloads requiring economical, high-capacity, internal storage

Item

UCS C250 M2 UCS C210 M2 UCS C200 M2

CPU

Intel Xeon 5600 Intel Xeon 5600 Intel Xeon 5600

Size

2RU 2RU

1RU Memory 48 DIMM 384 GB

12 DIMM 96 GB 12 DIMM 96GB High-performance, memory intensive server for virtualized and large-data-set workloads

Disks

8 SFF SAS/SATA Drives

16 SFF SAS/SATA Drives

4 x 3.5” SAS/SATA Drives

I/O

5 PCIe 5 PCIe 2 PCIe UCS C-Series V1.0

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C-Series Workloads

Together, UCS C-Series and UCS B Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the vast majority of data center compute requirements.

UCS C210 M2 General-Purpose Rack Mount Server UCS C250 M2 Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server UCS C200 M2 High-Density Rack Mount Server High-performance, memory intensive server for virtualized and large-data-set workloads High-density server with balanced compute performance and I/O flexibility General-purpose server for workloads requiring economical, high-capacity, internal storage UCS C-Series V1.0

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UCS C250 M2 Specifications

Front Panel Access/Diagnostics

 Power button & LED     UID button and LED Status indicators for: System Activity, Health, Fault LEDs for Processors, Memory & Power Supplies Dongle connector common to California Blades DB15 Video, two host USB ports, One DB9 CoM2 port

DVD-RW drive 8 SFF disk drives

  SAS and SATA-II Hot Plug from front of Chassis     SAS/SATA-II RAID Controller LSI MegaRAID PCIe card Support for RAID 0,1,5,6, 50, 60 512 MB write cache with on-board battery    SAS/SATA-II RAID 0/1 Controller Low cost configs Max of four SATA drives 2RU

Increased Serviceability with Front Accessible Hot-Plug Fan Modules

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  Dual Socket Westmere processors with Tylersberg IOH and ICH10R Southbridge  Processor TDP max of 95W 48 DDR3 DIMM sockets  Maximum of 8GBytes/DIMM  Max memory capacity of 384 GB 18

UCS C250 M2 Specifications (continued)

Five half length PCIe form factor add-in cards

 PCIe Gen 2  2 x16-lane, 3 x8-lane  Support for Broadcom Quad 10/100/1000BaseT & BroadcoM20GbE NICs, Qlogic and Emulex FC and FCoE HBAs

Dual redundant, hot plug power supplies

 750W  Hot Plug from rear of chassis  Power Supply Efficiency: Energy Star 80+ Gold

Inside the Chassis:

In Chassis USB Key slot Light guided diagnostics

An LED at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives, Power supplies, Fans.

Rear panel interfaces:

 DB15 Video port  Two USB 2.0 ports from host   BCM5709   RJ45 serial port Four 10/100/1000BaseT LOM interfaces based on Broadcom Two 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band management interfaces Replication front panel indicators on rear pane  UID button and LED, Status indicators for System Activity, Health, Fault LEDs for Processors and Memory UCS C-Series V1.0

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UCS C210 M2 and C200 M2 Commonality

Both 1U and 2U Rack Mount Chassis share:

      Common Motherboard Common power supplies Common Processors Memory PCIe I/O cards HDD options (2.5” HDD version of C200 M2) UCS C200 M2 High-Density Rack-Mount Server UCS C210 M2 General-Purpose Rack-Mount Server UCS C-Series V1.0

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UCS C210 M2 Specifications

Front Panel

      Power button & LED UID button and LED Status indicators for: Health, NIC Linkup/Activity, System Activity Dongle connector common to UCS Blades DB15 Video, two host USB ports, One DB9CoM2 port DVD-ROM

16 2.5” Drives

 SAS-2 & SATA-2  Drives to be qualified TBD  Hot Plug from front of Chassis UCS C-Series V1.0

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• Dual Socket Nehalem-EP processors with Tylersberg 36D IOH and ICH10R Southbridge  Processor TDP max of 95W  12 DDR 3 DIMM sockets  Max of 8GB/DIMM  Max Memory of 96GB © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Three HDD Controller options

1.

Lowest cost • Integrated ICH based SATA Controller • Four drive maximum 2.

Low cost SAS and SATA • LSI 1064 based mezzanine card • RAID 0 & 1 • 4 drive maximum 3.

High performance SAS and SATA Controller • LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe add-on card • 512 MB write cache with battery backup • RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60 21

UCS C210 M2 Specifications (Continued)

Inside the Chassis:

• In Chassis USB Key slot • Light guided diagnostics • An LE D at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives, Fans

Add-on Options 2U Chassis

• Five Std. High PCIe Slots • x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x16 Connectors • 2 Full Length Slots • 3 Half Length Slots

Dual redundant, hot plug power supplies

• Power Supply: 650W • Load balance when both are running • Hot Plug from rear of chassis • Power Supply Efficiency: Energy Star 80+ Gold • 88% eff. @ 20% load, 92% eff. @ 50% load

Rear Panel Interfaces:

• DB15 Video port • Two USB 2.0 ports from host • DB9 serial port • Two 10/100/1000BaseT LOM interfaces based on Intel Kewala NIC • One 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band management interface UCS C-Series V1.0

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UCS C200 M2 Specifications

Front Panel

 Power button & LED     UID button and LED Status indicators for: Health, NIC Linkup/Activity, System Activity Two host USB ports DB15 Video

DVD-ROM

1 RU 

Four -

 

3.5” Drives

SAS-2 & SATA-2 Drives to be qualified TBD Hot Plug from front of Chassis •

Powered by:

Dual Socket Nehalem-EP processors with Tylersberg 36D IOH and ICH10R Southbridge  Processor TDP max of 95W  12 DDR 3 DIMM sockets  Max of 8GB/DIMM  Max Memory of 96GB

Three HDD Controller options

1.

Lowest cost • Integrated ICH based SATA Controller 2.

3.

• Low cost SAS and SATA • LSI 1064 based mezzanine card • • Four drive maximum RAID 0 & 1 4 drive maximum High performance SAS and SATA Controller • LSI 1078 based PCIe add-on card • 256MB write cache with battery backup • RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50 UCS C-Series V1.0

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UCS C200 M2 Specifications (Continued)

Dual redundant, hot plug power supplies

• Power Supply: 650W • Load balance when both are running • Hot Plug from rear of chassis • Power Supply Efficiency: Energy Star 80+ Gold • 88% eff. @ 20% load, 92% eff. @ 50% loa d

Two half-length PCIe form factor add-in cards

 One Std high, Half Length Slot  x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x16 connector  One Low-Profile Half Length PCIe Slot  x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x8 connector Inside the Chassis: • In Chassis USB Key slot • Intended for Hypervisor boot • Light guided diagnostics • An LED at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives, Fans

Rear Panel Interfaces:

• DB15 Video port • Two USB 2.0 ports from host • DB9 serial port • Two 10/100/1000BaseT LOM interfaces based on Intel Kewala NIC • One 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band management interface UCS C-Series V1.0

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Potential Savings – Extended Memory

Cisco’s Patented Extended Memory technology delivers a more cost effective memory footprint for mainstream workloads as well as additional caqpacity or scalability for up to 384GB for maximum memoy and large data set workloads.

• Industry Standard DDR3 • 70%-80% Lower mainstream memory costs • Unmatched High End Capacity $60,720 384 GB 192 GB 144 GB Not available $10,992 Not available $8,240 $5,760 96 GB $20,310 $30,510 48 GB $2,808 $2,760 Cisco Competitors •DDR3 10600 memory pricing as of 9/29/09 – Cisco Prices = Cisco MSRP •See Notes for Supported Memory Options at Launch 25 UCS C-Series V1.0

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C460 M1 – High-Performance Server

4HU – 4 Socket server

Up to 4x Intel Xeon7500

Max 32 cores  

Up to 512GB of RAM

64 DDR3,1.35V slots

12xSFF SAS/SATA HDDs

On board network adapters:

2x 1GE

2x 10GE

2x out-of-band management ports 

10x PCIe slots

4x full-length, 6x3/4-length 4x G2 x8 hot-plug 

11th slot reserved for SAS drive controller

Front and back KVM

Optical drive

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C-Series Virtual Interface Card

   

Converged Network Adapter designed for both single-OS and VM-based deployments

Virtualize (VNLink) in hardware PCIe compliant

High Performance

2x 10Gb Low latency High bandwidth support

Flexible Configuration and Unified Management Supports up to 128 vNICs

Fibre Channel or Ethernet Managed via UCS Manager

VMDirectPath with V-Motion: bypass vSwitch and Hypervisor for maximum performance

UCS C-Series V1.0

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Additional Supported Adapters

• • • • Dedicated Ethernet and Fibre Channel Adapters Broadcom NetExtreme II 57711 Dual Port 10GbE with TOE and iSCSI HBA Broadcom NetExtreme II 5709 Quad Port 10/100/1GbE with TOE and iSCSI HBA Emulex LightPulse LPe 11002, 4Gb Fibre Channel PCIe Dual Channel HBA Qlogic SanBlade QLE2462, 4Gb Dual Port Fibre Channel HBA • • Converged Network Adapters QLogic QLE8152 Dual Port 10GbE PCIe Converged Network Adapter Emulex OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapter • RAID Controller Options LSI MegaRAID SAS 8708EM2 • LSI SAS30813E-R SAS/SATA RAID 0/1 PCIe Card (UCS C250 M2) • LSI 1064 (4-port SAS 3.0G RAID 0, 1, 1E) Mezz card (UCS C210-200 M2) © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Options to Deploy Innovation

Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today.

Integrated

Existing mgmt tools

plus

UCS Manager API Integrated mgmt tools

Heterogeneous

Existing mgmt tools IPMI, CLI, Web GUI, KVM Tivoli Openview Available at Launch 29 UCS C-Series V1.0

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C-Series & Existing Management Tools

Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today. 30 UCS C-Series V1.0

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C-Series - UCS Manager Integration

Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today. Manages the system as a single, highly available entity – Helps lower cost , and speed provisioning consistent infrastructure policies while maintaining  Unified Management  Service Profiles  Role Based Access Control Two Connectivity Options – Enabled in 2010  Directly to Fabric Interconnects  Indirectly through Fabric Extenders for Maximum Scale UCS C-Series V1.0

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Operating System Support

A wide and growing range of OS and Virtualization options

Vendor

Microsoft Microsoft VMware Microsoft VMware Red Hat VMware Novell Red Hat Novell

Version

Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64bit Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32bit ESX 3.5 U4 Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V - Standard and Enterprise Edition - 64 bit vSphere 4 RHEL 5.3

– 64 bit vSphere 4i SLES 11 - 64 bit RHat 4.8 - 64 bit SLES 10 SP3 64 bit

Vendor

Microsoft Microsoft VMware Microsoft VMware Red Hat VMware Novell Red Hat Novell UCS C-Series V1.0

OS Version

Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64bit Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32bit ESX 3.5 U4 Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V - Standard and Enterprise Edition - 64 bit vSphere 4 RHEL 5.3

– 64 bit vSphere 4i SLES 11 - 64 bit RHat 4.8 - 64 bit SLES 10 SP3 64 bit © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Innovation in Partnerships

Based on industry standards supported by a partner ecosystem of industry leaders.

Business Consulting, Systems Integration Partners Channel Partners Technology Partners

Open, Innovative Partner Ecosystem

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In Summary

The addition of C Series to the industry’s first Unified Computing Solution helps reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase business agility.

Extends Unified Computing innovations and benefits to rack-mount servers The first rack-mount servers offering a built-in migration path to unified computing Increased customer choice with unique benefits in a familiar rack-mount package 

Together we can accelerate Data Center Virtualization efforts and

Unify Data and Process Simplify Data Center Complexity Amplify Business Outcomes 

Next Steps

Technology Review Use Case/Architecture Workshop Compute Platform Virtualization Platform Resource Scaling Hypervisor Optimization Dynamic Provisioning Unified Fabric Network Platform 36 UCS C-Series V1.0

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