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virtual cluster switching czyli: co sieć może zrobić dla wirtualizacji?
VIRTUAL CLUSTER
SWITCHING
CZYLI:
CO SIEĆ MOŻE ZROBIĆ DLA
WIRTUALIZACJI?
Radosław Piedziuk
Radoslaw.piedziuk@brocade.com
Grudzień 2010
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Aggregation
Access / Edge
Brocade IP Networking Product Positioning
Campus
Data Center
NetIron CER Series
NetIron CER Series
Service Provider
FastIron
Edge X
Series
Mobility Series
FastIron
WS/LS/GS/CX
Series
FastIron
SX Series
TurboIron 24X
NetIron
CES Series
NetIron
CER Series
BigIron
RX Series
ServerIron
ADX
Series
NetIron MLX Series
Core
BigIron RX Series
NetIron
MLX Series
NetIron
XMR Series
NetIron MLX Series
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Brocade Data Center Networks
1 GbE
4 Gbps FC
Core
8 Gbps FC
WAN
10 GbE L2L3
NetIron MLX
10 Gbps DCB
10 GbE
Aggregation
10 GbE L2-3
10 GbE L2-3
Bigiron-RX 10 GbE L4-7 NetIron MLX
ServerIron
8 Gbps DCX
Backbones
Tape
SAN
1/10 GbE ToR
TurboIron
GbE “Virtual ToR” GbE ToR
48-T
CES
10 GbE ToR DCB/FCoE
Brocade 8000
B8000 8 Gbps BDCX 4S/ 48000/
5300/ 5100/ VA40FC
NAS/
iSCSI
Servers
Access
Storage
GbE ToR
FCX
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MLXe and 100G Ethernet
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Next Generation Advanced Router
MLXe Product Highlights
Industry-leading switch fabric capacity of 15.36 Tbps
A
Unified
Platform
That
Scales
From
Data
Center
to
Service
Provider
Core
Industry-leading 1G wire-speed density 1536 ports
Industry-leading 10G wire-speed density of 256 ports
Industry-leading 100G wire-speed density of 32 ports
Investment protection - Supports all the existing MLX modules
Highly optimized hardware and software for continuous operation
Future-ready for timing distribution (Sync
SyncSync-E, 1588)
1588
Ability to use XMR modules- XMR level Scalability
Rear exhaust for all MLXe models
NEBS Level 3 Certified ( pending)
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Brocade MLXe Series
Product Highlights
15.36 Tbps fully Distributed Architecture
Lossless fabric
WireWire-speed routing 4.8 Gpps IPv4/IPv6/MPLS
DCB (Data Centre Bridging) ready
IndustryIndustry-leading 100G port density
CarrierCarrier-grade QoS
NEBS L3 compliant
Ideal for...
for...
High performance
computing
Dense data centres
Very large-enterprise
access, aggregation
or core
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Rear exhaust on all models
High Availability design:
Redundant management modules
Redundant switch fabrics
Redundant power supplies & fans
Hitless failover
Hitless software upgrades
Node/link failover of subsub-200msec
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Next Generation Advanced Router
100 GbE Product Highlights
Industry’s first 2 port 100 GbE module
Massive 100 GbE density of 32 wirewire-speed ports
Multiple full 100 Gigabit packet processors.
Terabit trunks with 1.6 Tb/s per trunk.
Ports on Demand enabling pay as you grow strategy
Classic XMR and MLX chassis support 1-port 100 GbE
Full featured card with Advanced MPLS and IPv4/IPv6 capabilities
1 million IPv4 and 240 K IPv6 FIB capacity
802.3ba compliant and supports CFP based optics
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Why MLXe For Data Center?
Technical/Competitive Advantages & Business Benefits
• Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT) for active-active links
• Simplifies configuration, increases resiliency and optimizes network design
• Solution against Cisco VSS and vPC offering
• Over 30Tbps capacity in a dual-chassis for virtual data centers
• Less infrastructure/collapsed network layers; avoids traffic congestion;
fewer elements to manage
• At 4.8Bpps, MLXe delivers 5x IPv6 throughput vs. Nexus 7k
• 32x 100GbE wire-speed ports for demanding data centers
• Leadership and investment protection path
• Aggregate 10 10GbE links – simplifies management
• Advanced features without performance degradation
• Address DCI, network virtualization, resiliency and IPv6 requirements
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NetIron MLX Series
Clos Fabric Architecture
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Brocade’s Next Generation Data Centre
Simplifying the Data Center
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Access Layer Technologies
Brocade’s continuing innovation at the network edge
Access Gateway – 300, 5100, VAVA-40FC
•
•
•
•
Core
Virtualizes Fibre Channel ports at the edge
Eliminates network scalability constraints
Drastically reduces management of edge switches
Flexibility to support multiple heterogeneous fabrics
FC
Horizontal Stacking – FCX
Agg/Core
Agg/Core
• Unifies top-of-rack switches across a row of servers
• Manage a row of switches as one
• High speed connection between edge switches
GbE
Virtual TopTop-ofof-Rack – MLX + 48T blade
•
•
•
•
Core
Top-of-Rack connectivity without switch management complexity
Ultra high density Gigabit solution - over 1000 ports
Collapses the access and aggregation layer
Patch panels at the top of each rack for simplified cabling
GbE
Virtual Cluster Switching – VDX
Agg/Core
Agg/Core
• Scale-out, multi-path, highly resilient layer 2 fabric
• Self forming and masterless through Distributed Intelligence
• Manage the fabric as a single Logical Chassis
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10 GbE
DCB
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The Brocade Solution
“Virtual Top of Rack” for dense 1 GbE server access
EndEnd-ofof-Row
RX/MLX
MRJMRJ-21 cables
Server Racks
Patch panels
RJ45
cables
6x Cat5 cable vs. 1MRJ21
Passive 48-port patch panel
• Servers connect to patch panels that are located within the same rack
• RX/MLX at EOR connect to patch panel with mrj21 trunk cables
• Each patch panel supports 48 RJ45 connectors (per rack)
MRJ-21 cable
• MRJ21 trunk cable highlights:
• Each MRJ21 cable contains 6x1 GbE cables. Lay 1 cable vs. 6 cables
• 30% thinner and 20% lighter vs. equivalent cat5 cable
Brocade 48T module
For more information on mrj21 cables: www.ampnetconnect.com/brocade
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Real World Data Centre
Solution Benefits
• Standard ToR solutions
Brocade’s Virtual ToR solution
Eighty Seven switch solution
Five switch NetIron MLX solution
Access Core * 2
732 10G optics
MLX-16 =4
Dist *20
MLX-8
10G optics= 24
Access* 65
Scalability to simplify and
reduce Capital
and operational cost
Complexity and
increased cost to
achieve scalability
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Customer Deployments
Data Center and Enterprise IP Networks
HighHigh-Performance data center
core/aggregation router
Network virtualization to server edge
HighHigh-Performance
R&D interconnect
MPLS/ VPLS connection between
data centers and campuses
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Multi-Chassis Trunking
How it works
• Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT)
• Enhancement to Link Aggregation Groups
• Provides nodal in addition to link and modular
redundancy
• Operates at the physical level to provide subsecond failover
MCT Peers
Acting as a single logical
switch.
Transparent to MCT
Support for third-party devices
• MCT Peers
• Pair of physical switches act as one logical
switch
• Access switch/server connected via LAG
• LAGs are spread across the MCT pair
• MCT Pair a single logical switch
• No loop in the logical topology
• All links are now Active/Active links
• Sub-second for link/module or node failure
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Standard Link Aggregation
IEEE 802.3ad
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Multi-Chassis Trunking
Layer 3 redundancy
VRRP-E
Backup forwarding
• Layer 3 redundancy provided
by VRRP-E
• Only the VRRP-E Master
forwarding
VRRP-E
Master
• VRRP-E standby only forwarding
L2 traffic
• Active-Standby configuration at L3
• VRRP-E Server Virtualization
• VRRP-E Master and backup
forwarding
• Active-Active topology at layer 3
• Active-Active topology at Layer 2
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Brocade MLXe Series
Simplified architecture & Operational Efficiency
ICL
L3
forwarding
100GbE
VRRPVRRP-E
Master
Active/
Active
• All links active (vs. active/
passive) and forwarding
Layer 2/3 traffic
100GbE
Over 30 Tbps
ICL
VRRPVRRP-E
Backup
MCT
10GbE
10GbE
Active/
Active
• Highest resiliency sub200ms link or node failover
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• Over 30 Tbps switching
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capacity in Multi-Chassis
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• 32x100G wirewire-speed ports
for demanding networks
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7 December 2010
Introducing Brocade Network Advisor
Single Pane of Glass Management for the Brocade One Architecture
Unmatched Simplicity:
• Industry’s first Unified Manager
across SAN, IP (Wired, Wireless,
MPLS) and Converged Networks
Investment Protection:
• Unified user experience across
different types of networks with
minimal re-learning
• Open Architecture with industrystandard APIs
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Brocade Network Advisor
End-to-End Service Orchestration with Leading Partner Products
• Open architecture with industrystandard APIs (SMI-S, Web Services,
NETCONF, SNMP)
NORTHBOUND APIs
• Seamless integration with leading
Orchestration Frameworks and
Service Delivery platforms
• VMware and Microsoft hypervisor
plug-ins
NETWORK MANAGEMENT
LAN
Converged
SAN
Brocade Network Advisor for Data Centers
Simplified Management Experience for SAN and IP Administrators
• Unified network management across SAN, IP,
Application Delivery and Converged Networks
• Comprehensive lifecycle management from
policy-based provisioning to troubleshooting
and reporting
• Consistent user experience across network
types with powerful role-based access control
• Seamless integration with Data Center
Operational Products and Orchestration
Frameworks
Key Differentiators
Operational Simplicity: Industry’s only unified network manager across SAN and IP; features
powerful user management capabilities for fine-grain control across administrative domains
Open Architecture: Standards-based and ecosystem centric; delivers seamless integration with
storage resource management, server management, virtualization and orchestration frameworks
Lower OpEx:
OpEx Consolidation of tools across administrative silos; consistent, train-once user
Experience minimizes learning costs
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Summary
Massive scalability, less complexity, lower cost
• New Brocade MLXe Router chassis models in the MLX Series
• 4X the 100 GbE wire-speed density at 1/8th the cost of competing routers
delivers significant economic advantage for Service Providers
• 5X the performance of competing platforms enables virtualized Data Centers
to support more traffic and provide Cloud services using less infrastructure,
simplifying operations and lowering costs
• Proven, advanced, standards-based routing without compromise
• Full utilization of network with high availability
• Router module interchangeability protects existing investments
• 1 platform-software-mgmt app from SP to DC improves operational efficiency
• New 100 GbE Router Module at breakthrough price
• New Brocade Network Advisor unifies and simplifies management across
IP, Storage, Wireless, Application Delivery, MPLS and Converged Networks
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WHEN YOU THINK NETWORKS,
THINK BROCADE
Thank You
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Brocade VCS
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Brocade
Highest Performing Networks for Virtualized Data Centers
• Founded in May 1995
• 4000+ employees
worldwide
• In every corner of
the globe
• Over $2 billion turnover
in 2009
• Two lines of business:
SAN – 70%
LAN – 30%
Annual Revenue (Billions)
Focused on Three Distinct Segments
Data
Center
Campus
Networks
Service
Providers
EVOLUTION OF DATA CENTER
Trend towards the Virtualized Data Center
HISTORICAL
TODAY
FUTURE
Fixed Topologies
Complexity of layers
Consolidation
Static (devices,
services, traffic pattern)
Network inefficiency
High Performance
Separate LAN & SAN
Virtualization
(scale and mobility)
More geographical
locations
Simplification
Moderate VM usage
Convergence (LAN & SAN)
Centralized Intelligence
Distributed Intelligence
Fewer geographical
locations
Network inefficiency
Minimal VM usage
Centralized Intelligence
LOWER COST – OPTIMUM EFFICIENCY – CLOUD-ENABLED
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Data Center Needs
• Lower costs
• Consolidate, optimize resources; simplify
• Increase performance and reliability
• Faster, consistent access; more with less
• Minimize disruption, recover quickly
• Achieve agility
• Deploy/re-deploy resources quickly and costeffectively
• Expand and leverage Virtualization
• Beyond $ savings
• App deployment and mobility
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Needs
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Brocade Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS)
VCS
First true data center Ethernet fabric
Revolutionizes Layer 2 connectivity
Increases scalability of virtual server
environments and sphere of mobility
VCS
Maximizes network performance—
reduces network complexity
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CORE TECHNOLOGY
Brocade Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS)
ETHERNET
FABRIC
DISTRIBUTED
INTELLIGENCE
LOGICAL
CHASSIS
DYNAMIC SERVICE
INSERTION
• First data center Ethernet fabric
• No Spanning Tree Protocol
• Multi-path, deterministic
• Auto-healing, non-disruptive
• Lossless, low latency
• Built for convergence
NAS
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iSCSI
FCoE
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VCS
Ethernet Fabric Details
Ethernet
Fabric
Distributed
Intelligence
Logical
Chassis
Dynamic Services
• 1st true Ethernet fabric
• Layer 2 technology
• Link speed agnostic
• Data Center Bridging (DCB)
• Lossless, deterministic
• Priority-based Flow Control (PFC)
• Enhanced Transmission
Selection (ETS)
• Data Center Bridging Exchange
(DCBX)
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• Transparent Interconnection
of Lots of Links (TRILL)
• Active multi-path
• Multi-hop routing
• Highly available, rapid link
recovery
• LAN/SAN Convergence Ready
• FCoE and iSCSI traffic
• Standards-based
• Extends existing Ethernet
infrastructure
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CORE TECHNOLOGY
Brocade Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS)
ETHERNET
FABRIC
DISTRIBUTED
INTELLIGENCE
LOGICAL
CHASSIS
DYNAMIC SERVICE
INSERTION
• Fully distributed control plane
• Arbitrary topology, self-forming
• Network-wide knowledge of
all members, devices, VMs
• Automatic Migration of Port
Profiles (AMPP)
NAS
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iSCSI
FCoE
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VCS
Distributed Intelligence Details
Ethernet
Fabric
Distributed
Intelligence
Logical
Chassis
Dynamic Services
• Distributed Fabric Services
• Fabric is self-forming
• Information shared across all
fabric members
• Fabric is aware of all devices
connected
• Shared Port Profiles
information
• Automatic Migration of Port
Profiles (AMPP)
• Enables seamless VM migration
without compromise
• Masterless Control
• Switch or link failure does not
require full fabric reconvergence
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CORE TECHNOLOGY
Brocade Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS)
ETHERNET
FABRIC
DISTRIBUTED
INTELLIGENCE
LOGICAL
CHASSIS
DYNAMIC SERVICE
INSERTION
• Managed as a single switch
• Logically collapses network layers
• Auto-configuration for new devices
• Centralized or distributed
management
• Radically reduces
managed elements
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CORE TECHNOLOGY
Brocade Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS)
ETHERNET
FABRIC
DISTRIBUTED
INTELLIGENCE
LOGICAL
CHASSIS
• Reconfigure network via
software
DYNAMIC SERVICE
INSERTION
Network
Services
• Hardware-based flow
redirection
Encryption
• Incorporation of partner
services
Extension
• Non-stop service insertion
Security
• Minimizes cost and
physical moves
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VCS
Logical Chassis Details
Ethernet
Fabric
Distributed
Intelligence
Logical
Chassis
Single Logical Switch Behavior
Dynamic Services
LACP
LLDP
802.1x
Private VLANs
SPAN
IGMP Snooping
sFLOW
DCB
• VCS behaves like a transparent LAN
service
• Fabric protocols used within the
fabric
• TRILL, DCB, Fabric Services, etc.
TRILL
DCB
Fabric Services
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• Industry-standard protocols used to
communicate outside the fabric
• LACP, 802.1x, sFLOW, etc.
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Brocade VDX 6720 Data Center Switches
Product Highlights
• Built for the Virtualized Data Center
•
•
•
•
Uses Brocade fabric switching ASICs
First switches to run new Brocade Network Operating System
Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS) fabric technology
Automatic Migration of Port Profiles (AMPP)
• BestBest-InIn-Class Performance and Density
•
•
•
24 and 60 port models with Ports On Demand
Non-blocking, cut-through architecture, wire-speed
600 ns port-to-port latency; 1.8 us across port groups
• Environmental Flexibility
•
•
•
10 Gb and 1 Gb supported on every port
Direct-attached copper, active optical, and SFP optical connectivity options
Less than 17” switch depth and reversible front-to-back airflow
• Enables Network Convergence
•
•
Complete FCoE support, multi-hop
iSCSI DCB support
Data Center Access
• Highly Resilient and Efficient Design
•
•
•
Hot code load and activation
Remote Lights Out Management
Simplistic design, optimal power efficiency
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Brocade VDX 6720-24 Switch
Front View
6. RLOM Port
4. USB Port
1U
2. OutOut-ofof-Band
Management Port
3. Console Port
5. Switch ID
Pullull-Out Tab
1. 1/10 Gbps SFP+ Ports
● Compact 1U form factor
1. 16 or 24 1/10 Gbps SFP+ ports with Ports On Demand (POD)
2. RJ-45 Ethernet port for out-of-band management
3. RS-232 port for console access
4. USB port for firmware upgrades and system log downloads
5. Switch ID pull-out tab containing serial number and MAC address
6. Remote Lights Out Management (RLOM) port
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Brocade VDX 6720-60 Switch
Front View
6. RLOM Port
4. USB Port
2U
2. OutOut-ofof-Band
Management Port
3. Console Port
5. Switch ID
Pullull-Out Tab
1. 1/10 Gbps SFP+ Ports
● Compact 1U form factor
1. 40, 50, or 60 1/10 Gbps SFP+ ports with Ports On Demand (POD)
2. RJ-45 Ethernet port for out-of-band management
3. RS-232 port for console access
4. USB port for firmware upgrades and system log downloads
5. Switch ID pull-out tab containing serial number and MAC address
6. Remote Lights Out Management (RLOM) port
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Brocade VDX Product Family
Delivering Virtual Cluster Switching
A new family of Ethernet Fabric switches
Q4’10
6720-24
2011–2012
Q4’10
6720-60
24-port
60-port
24- and 60-port
48-port
1/10 Gbps
1/10 Gbps
1/10 Gbps
1 Gbps
600 ns latency
High Density
High-density 1
Gbps to VCS
Fastest Ethernet
switch available
Wire-speed
Fibre Channel ports
for connectivity to
SAN
VCS down market
Gives servers
connected to
storage in a SAN
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VCS in blade server
chassis
Wire-speed chassis
with VCS
Manage all switches
as one
Allows Ethernet fabrics
to scale further
Ongoing
development with
partners
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A Unified Network Strategy and Architecture
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www.brocade.com
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