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@Nutanix Making IT Infrastructure Invisible 2016

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Technology is increasingly becoming a strategic enabler in every industry. Businesses have started depending on IT more than ever before to compete effectively and get an edge, and business leaders want information technology platforms that can enable new business models quickly. They want to be able to quickly deliver new products and services based on market demand, to get rich actionable insights about their customers and operations, and so on. But IT infrastructure today cannot deliver what business needs. So let’s talk about how we got here.

15-20 years ago, applications ran on dedicated physical servers with storage directly attached. This worked great when there were few applications that businesses relied on, but became more complex to manage as the number of apps grew. You also had resource inefficiencies because applications running on over-utilized servers couldn’t use the available capacity on free servers.

Virtualization solved this problem by decoupling applications from physical servers and making compute a scale-out resource. In order for virtualization to become enterprise-ready, you needed features like live migration or vMotion, VM high availability, DRS and load balancing and so on. This created the need for shared storage across physical servers. While the SAN wasn’t created with virtualization in mind, it was the only proven technology available at the time.

Architecturally, the SAN is a scale-up storage system. You figure out how much storage capacity and performance you’ll need in the next few years, and pick an appropriate size storage controller ahead of time. As your storage needs grow, you end up with multiple storage systems that become resource silos. The problem with this is that with virtualization, compute is a scale-out resource but it’s trying to work with storage that is a scale-up resource.

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@Nutanix Making IT Infrastructure Invisible 2016

  1. 1. Making IT Infrastructure Invisible Pedro Sandalis Regional Manager, Southern Latam pedro@nutanix.com
  2. 2. 2 Evolution of Enterprise Infrastructure Scale-Out Scale-Up Server App Storage Server App Storage 1990s Today Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Server Server Virtualization App App Storage Controller Storage Controller
  3. 3. 3 BUY Purchase in big increments, incur prediction risk, overprovision MANAGE Multiple management panes, manual operations DEPLOY Deployment takes weeks to months -- complex, big footprint SCALE Difficult to grow quickly SUPPORT Multi-hop support, lack of end-to-end visibility, firefighting Complexity at Every Step Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Server Server Virtualization App App Storage Controller Storage Controller
  4. 4. 4 How Should Infrastructure Be Delivered? Privacy and control without significant overhead Predictable capacity growth with consumption-based pricing No specialized skills required to operate Provisioning in hours, not days or weeks Secure Scale-out SimpleAgile
  5. 5. 5 The Solution: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Integrated, scale-out compute and storage Virtualization App App Virtualization App App Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Server Server Storage Controller Storage Controller
  6. 6. 6 Built for the Cloud Era Infrastructure for Private Cloud Data Backup Disaster Recovery Seamless App Mobility Secure Scale-out Simple Agile …
  7. 7. 7 How We Built It: Web-Scale Engineering Off-the-shelf x86 servers All intelligence in software Scale-out architecture Self-healing systems Rich automation and analytics X86 X86 X86
  8. 8. 8 Scalable Distributed System Design VM VM VM CVM Hypervisor VM VM VM CVM Hypervisor Tier 1 Workloads (running on all nodes) Nutanix Controller VM (one per node) VM VM VM CVM Hypervisor Distributed Storage Fabric  Snapshots  Clones  Compression  Deduplication  Locality  Tiering  Erasure Coding  Resilience Node 1 Node 2 Node N X86 X86 X86
  9. 9. 9 0 5 10 15 20 ($1,000) Predictable Cost Structure Adopt a Pay as you Grow Model • Smooth Spending Curve, More Predictability • Lower Barrier to Entry - Easier Return on Investment • Faster ramp of new customers Investment Profile Nutanix
  10. 10. 10 TCO: Nutanix vs. Legacy (Validated by IDC) 3Year TCO Legacy Nutanix$- $2 $4 $6 $8 $10 $12 50 1000 2000 3000 4000 Number of Virtual Machines UP TO 60% SAVINGS Pay-as-you-grow economics | Simplicity thru purchase cycle | Fine-grained scalability Millions Lower Total Cost of Ownership
  11. 11. 11 Infrastructure Lifecycle Benefits Pay as You Grow - buy only what you need, and stop expensive overprovisioning Rapid Deployment – set up in minutes for fast time to value Simplified Management - single pane of glass to manage all infrastructure Incremental Scalability - scale on demand in minutes, with zero downtime One-stop Support – expert support for complete infrastructure stack BUY DEPLOY MANAGE SCALE SUPPORT
  12. 12. 12 5-Year ROI 510% Payback Period 7.5Months 5-Year TCO Savings 58% Management of Nutanix Environment 71%Less Time Unplanned Downtime 98%Fewer Occurrences Deployment of Storage 85%Faster Key Performance Improvements Business Value Business Benefits
  13. 13. 13 Make Virtualization Invisible Make Storage Invisible Beyond Hyperconvergence
  14. 14. 14 Virtualization App App Storage Services Evolution of Enterprise Infrastructure Storage services ‘forced fit’ into virtualization layer (e.g., clones, snapshots) – tightly coupling data to hypervisor Data storage is managed using LUNs. Lack of VM awareness adds complexity Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Server Server Storage Controller Storage Controller
  15. 15. 15 Solution to the Virtualization Problem Built-in Virtualization and Integrated Management Virtualization App App Storage Services Storage Services Virtualization App App Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Storage Controller Server Server Storage Controller Storage Controller
  16. 16. 16 • Turnkey solution • Single pane of glass • Single vendor support • High automation Simplicity • Scales in step with the cluster • Complements pay-as- you-grow economics Scalability Benefits of Built-in Virtualization • Security built into development lifecycle • Certified security baseline (STIG) • Automated validation and self-healing Security
  17. 17. 17 Consumer-Grade Design Intuitive Beautiful Insightful
  18. 18. 18 HP, Dell, Cisco, Lenovo Cisco, HP, Arista, Brocade Qlogic, Emulex EMC, NetApp, HP, Dell, HDS Cisco, Brocade VMware, Microsoft Cisco, HP, Arista, Brocade VMware, Microsoft Simplifying the Infrastructure Stack Network Scale out compute and storage Virtualization Network Virtualization Compute SAN Fabric Storage … … AHV Nutanix
  19. 19. 19 Nutanix Solutions for Enterprises VDI Branch Office Data Protection & Disaster Recovery Big Data Private & Hybrid Clouds Collaboration and UC Enterprise Applications
  20. 20. 20 The Best IT Infrastructure Is You Can’t See
  21. 21. 21 About Nutanix 2100+ customers Over 70 countries 6 continents Make datacenter infrastructure invisible, elevating IT to focus on applications and services Founded in 2009 1,300+ employees
  22. 22. 22 Gartner Magic Quadrant Integrated Systems 2015 Strengths Nutanix is a complete infrastructure solutions company, providing its customers flexibility in their choice of hypervisors and cloud usage Nutanix has gained market credibility and established a worldwide presence The Acropolis scale-out architecture, along with the ability to scale compute and storage independently, enables users to grow Nutanix deployments incrementally to meet application needs.
  23. 23. 23 Broad Customer Adoption Public Sector Manufacturing Retail Education Healthcare Technology Financial Services Energy
  24. 24. 24 TAC Centers NBD Depots Bangalore San Jose Durham Amsterdam Tokyo Sydney Global Support Overview 24x7x365 50+ Spare Parts Depots +90 Net Promoter Score 70+ Countries Languages 6 WW Support Centers “Follow the Sun” support
  25. 25. Thank You
  26. 26. 27 VSPEX Reference ArchitectureCurrent Configuration • 4 Cisco 5108 Chassis • 4 Cisco 6248 Fabric Interconnect • EMC VNX 5500 • 4 Service Processor Engines • 4 Data Movers • 4 Control Stations • 28 DAE Computing Power • 50 CPUs • 500 Cores • 6.4 TB RAM Storage • 290 TB Raw Storage • 189 TB Usable Storage Environmentals • 132 U Rack Space • 33.88 kW Nutanix vs Legacy Architecture Nutanix Configuration • 4 Nutanix 3461 Blocks • 9 Nutanix 6220 Blocks Computing Power • 68 CPUs • 536 Cores • 8.7 TB RAM Storage • 463 TB Raw Storage • 199 TB Usable Stora Environmentals • 26 U Rack Space • 13.3 kW • 9,709 kWh Nutanix Architecture
  27. 27. 28 “Nutanix can be regarded as a blueprint for this new class of infrastructure offering.” “So why are we so excited about Nutanix? We believe the company represents the next-generation of IT infrastructure – a converged storage and compute platform uniquely able to cost-effectively power the datacenters of today and tomorrow.” “Converged storage makes SAN look like the mainframe.”
  28. 28. 29 Linear Scale-Out Architecture NX-3050 Series Balanced compute and storage NX-6035C Series Storage only 10Gbps Ethernet IOPS Storage
  29. 29. 30 Customers SOLA