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NetApp Portfolio: Exploring SAN Architectures and Configurations

Course Objectives

  • Describe the SAN supported products in the NetApp portfilio: FAS (Data ONTAP OS), AFF (Data ONTAP OS), E-Series (SANtricity OS), EF-Series (SANtricity OS), and FlashRay (Mars OS)
  • Explore the storage architectures for Data ONTAP, SANtricity, Mars operating systems
  • Examine the features and basic configuration of a Data ONTAP SAN Solution
  • Examine the features and basic configuration of a SANtricity SAN Solution
  • Examine the features and basic configuration of a Mars SAN Solution
  • Describe scenarios which are better supported on Data ONTAP, SANtricity, and Mars SAN Solutions

Audience

  • Systems Engineer (SE), Customer

Prior knowledge

NetApp Core Technical Training or equivalent knowledge

  • Basic knowledge of Data ONTAP OS
  • Basic knowledge of SANtricity OS
  • Basic knowledge of Mars OS

Certification

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Course Content

This course is designed for the pre-sales engineer to make an informed decision of which product in the NetApp portfolio best fits the customers needs. The storage architecture of each SAN solution within the NetApp product portfolio will be examined. These products include FAS (Data ONTAP OS), AFF (Data ONTAP OS), E-Series (SANtricity OS), EF-Series (SANtricity OS), and FlashRay (Mars OS). The course will begin with a brief overview of SAN, followed by a comparison of each of the products architecture and implementation steps, and finally how to choose the correct product for a customer’s SAN solution.

Detailed Course Outline

Module 1: NetApp SAN Architectures

Lecture Length: 60 minutes
Exercise Length: 30 minutes
Module Objective #1: Explain the difference between SAN and NAS
Module Objective #2: Describe how SCSI protocols are used within SAN
Module Objective #3: List the SAN supported procucts in the NetApp portfolio

Module Topics:

The NetApp Portfolio

  • Platforms
  • Hardware Universe (HWU)
  • Interoperability Matrix Tool (IMT)

NAS and SAN Protocols

  • NAS and SAN
  • Protocols used by NetApp
  • SCSI

SAN Terms

  • Basic terms (Host=Initiator, Storage=Target, LUN)
  • Adapters (Initiator and Target)

FC SAN

  • Nodes (WWNN)
  • Ports (WWPN)

IP SAN

  • Nodes (IQN)
  • Ports (portal groups)

Connectivity

  • Direct
  • Switched
  • Considerations (Ethernet... Läs mer

Course Content

This course is designed for the pre-sales engineer to make an informed decision of which product in the NetApp portfolio best fits the customers needs. The storage architecture of each SAN solution within the NetApp product portfolio will be examined. These products include FAS (Data ONTAP OS), AFF (Data ONTAP OS), E-Series (SANtricity OS), EF-Series (SANtricity OS), and FlashRay (Mars OS). The course will begin with a brief overview of SAN, followed by a comparison of each of the products architecture and implementation steps, and finally how to choose the correct product for a customer’s SAN solution.

Detailed Course Outline

Module 1: NetApp SAN Architectures

Lecture Length: 60 minutes
Exercise Length: 30 minutes
Module Objective #1: Explain the difference between SAN and NAS
Module Objective #2: Describe how SCSI protocols are used within SAN
Module Objective #3: List the SAN supported procucts in the NetApp portfolio

Module Topics:

The NetApp Portfolio

  • Platforms
  • Hardware Universe (HWU)
  • Interoperability Matrix Tool (IMT)

NAS and SAN Protocols

  • NAS and SAN
  • Protocols used by NetApp
  • SCSI

SAN Terms

  • Basic terms (Host=Initiator, Storage=Target, LUN)
  • Adapters (Initiator and Target)

FC SAN

  • Nodes (WWNN)
  • Ports (WWPN)

IP SAN

  • Nodes (IQN)
  • Ports (portal groups)

Connectivity

  • Direct
  • Switched
  • Considerations (Ethernet network, fabric)
  • FC Zoning

Multipath I/O

  • ALUA
  • Path Selection
  • Failver considerations

NetApp Hybrid SAN Portfolio

  • FAS with Data ONTAP
  • E-Series with SANtricity
  • Hybrid Flash Technologies

NetApp All-Flash SAN Portfolio

  • AFF with Data ONTAP
  • EF-Series with SANtricity
  • FlashRay with Mars

Exercise – Using the Interoperability Matrix Tool ( IMT)
Knowledge Check 

Module 2: NetApp Storage Architectures

Total Lecture Length: 60 minutes
Total Exercise Length: 10 minutes
Module Objective #1: Describe storage architectures for Data ONTAP, SANtricity, and Mars operating systems
Module Objective #2: Describe the Data ONTAP, SANtricity, and Mars operating system design points that are optimized for differing data workloads
Module Objective #3: List the management and data protection software available for Data ONTAP, SANtricity, and Mars operating systems

Module Topics:

Storage Architecture

  • Data ONTAP
    • Storage Architecture Stack (disks > RAID groups > aggregates > FlexVol volumes > LUNs)
    • Aggregate: pool on RAID
    • Unified Storage Architecture (dynamic)
    • RAID Levels: RAID-DP and RAID-4
  • SANtricity
    • Traditional RAID
      • Storage Architecture Stack (disks > volume groups > volumes/LUNs)
      • Storage Architecture (static)
      • RAID Levels: 0, 1, 10, 5, 6 (also 3)
    • Dynamic Disk Pools
      • Storage Architecture Stack (disks > DDP > volumes/LUNs)
      • DDP: RAID in the pool
      • Storage Architecture (dynamic)
      • DDP key concepts (D-Stripes, D-Pieces, volumes, reconstruction)
    • Traditional RAID vs DDP
  • Mars OS
    • Storage Architecture Stack (disks > extent store > LUNs)
    • Extent store: RAID in the pool
    • Storage Architecture (dynamic)

Performance

  • What is performance?
    • IOPS
    • Throughput
  • Data ONTAP
  • SANtricity
  • Mars

Management Software

  • Data ONTAP: CLI, OnCommand Suite, AutoSupport
  • SANtricity: SMcli, SANtricity Storage Manager, AutoSupport
  • Mars: CLI, FlashRay System Manger

Data Protection

  • What is Data Protection?
  • Data Protection Solutions
  • Protecting SAN data

Exercise – Login to the lab environment
Knowledge Check

Module 3: FAS SANs

Lecture Length: 60 minutes
Exercise Length: 0 minutes
Module Objective #1: Describe the FAS configurations and architecture
Module Objective #2: Discuss failover and giveback in FAS SAN environment
Module Objective #3: Discuss SAN software and tools
Module Objective #4: Describe ONTAP Features
Module Objective #5: Briefly describe data protection and disaster recovery features

Module Topics:

FAS Architecture:

  • Configurations: Single-node, Multi-node, Metrocluster for Clusters
  • WAFL
  • Data Access

FAS failover and giveback

  • Path Failure
  • Node Failure
  • Giveback
  • Path change (LUN Mobility)

SAN software and tools

  • OnCommand Software Suite
  • Host Utilities
  • Data ONTAP DSM
  • SnapDrive and Snap Manager

Data ONTAP Features

  • Thin Provisioning
  • Deduplication
  • Compression
  • LUN Mobility

Data Protection and Disaster Recover software

  • Snapshot Technologies
  • SnapVault
  • SnapMirror
  • FlexClone

Knowledge Check

Module 4: FAS SAN Implementation Overview

Module Length: 45 minutes
Exercise Length: 60 minutes
Module Objective #1: Describe the configuration steps to configure a FAS SAN
Module Objective #2: Install the Data ONTAP simulator

Module Topics:

Describe steps to implement SAN for Data ONTAP (both clustered ONTAP and 7-Mode)

  • Licensing or verifying the protocol
  • Creating or designating a data aggregate
  • Creating or designating a storage virtual machine (SVM)
  • Creating, configuring, or designating ports and logical interfaces (LIFs)
    • Broadcast domain and subnet review
  • Configure the fabric (if applicable)
    • zoning
  • Creating or designating a data volume
  • Creating a LUN
    • Recommended Volume and LUN configurations
  • Creating or designating an initiator group (igroup)
  • Mapping the LUN to an igroup
    • SLM
  • Finding the LUN on the host and preparing the disk

Data ONTAP Simulator

  • Installing
  • Capabilities and Limitations

Exercise (Windows 2012 R2, two-node cluster, iSCSI)
Knowledge Check

Module 5: SANtricity SANs

Module Length: 60 minutes
Exercise Length: 0 minutes
Module Objective #1: Briefly describe the E-Series configurations and architecture
Module Objective #2: Discuss failover and giveback in E-Series SAN environment
Module Objective #3: Discuss SAN software and tools
Module Objective #4: Describe SANtricity Features
Module Objective #5: Briefly describe data protection and disaster recovery software

Module Topics:

E-Series architecture and configurations

  • Simplex and Duplex Configuration
  • Host and drive side
  • Use of disks
  • Volumes and LUNs
  • Host and drive side write and read request
  • Active/Active on host side with LVM
  • Scale capacity

Failover and Failback

  • Multipath Drivers (RDAC/TPGS/ALUA)
  • Explicit and Implicit failover modes
  • Alternate controller detection
  • Failback

SAN software and tools

  • SANtricity Storage Manager and components
    • SANtricity DSM
  • Application Integration
  • Provider, APIs and Utilities
    • Host Utilities

SANtricity Features

  • Thin privisioning
  • SSD Cache

Protection Features

  • Data Assurance
  • Encrypted Drives
  • Snapshot Copy
  • Volume Copy
  • Remote Mirroring

Knowledge Check

Module 6: SANtricity Implementation Overview

Module Length: 45 minutes
Exercise Length: 60 minutes
Module Objective #1: Describe the configuration steps to configure a E-Series SAN
Module Objective #2: Install the SANtricity simulator

Module Topics:

Configuring an Array Overview

  • Licensing premium features (if applicable)
  • Configuring interfaces
    • Onboard and HICs
  • Configure the fabric (if applicable)
    • FC Zoning
  • Creating or designating a disk pool or volume group (VG)
  • Creating a volume
    • Peferred Controller
  • Creating storage partitions
    • Hosts and Host Groups
  • Mapping the volume to a host or host group
  • Discovering the LUN on the attached host

Simulator

  • Installing
  • Capabilities and Limitations

Exercise with SANtricity simulator
Knowledge Check

Module 7: FlashRay with Mars “Preview”

Total Lecture Length: 30 minutes
Total Exercise Length: 0 minutes
Module Objective #1: Briefly describe the FlashRay configurations and architecture
Module Objective #2: Describe Mars Features
Module Objective #3: Describe the configuration steps to configure a FlashRay SAN

Module Topics:

FlashRay architecture and configurations

  • Single node
  • 16-Gb FC
  • Service Disk – PCIe Slot 1

FlashRay Software
Mars Features

  • Thin Provisioning
  • Inline Deduplication
  • Inline Compression

Configuring an Array Overview

  • Configure the fabric (if applicable)
    • FC Zoning
  • Create a LUN
  • Creating or designating an initiator group (igroup)
  • Mapping the LUN to an igroup
  • Discovering the LUN on the attached host

Exercise – case study or simulator if available
Knowledge Check

Module 9: NetApp SAN Solutions

Module Length: 30 minutes
Exercise Length: 60 minutes
Module Objective #1: Describe target workloads for FAS, E-Series, EF-Series and FlashRay SANs
Module Objective #2: Discuss Positioning information for FAS, E-Series, EF-Series and FlashRay SANs
Module Objective #3: Describe basic sizing tools
Module Objective #4: Explain basic data migration and tools available for SAN environments

Module Topics:

The NetApp Portfolio

  • Positioning
    • FAS/Clustered Data ONTAP
    • E-Series/SANtricity
    • Flash Arrays: AFF, EF-Series, FlashRay
  • Differenciating
    • Data ONTAP vs E-Series
    • E-Series vs Flash
  • Use Cases
    • FAS/Data ONTAP
    • E-Series/SANtricity
    • Flash
  • Customer Requirements
  • When To Deploy

Sizing

  • SPM information
  • E-Series Power/Cooling Calculator
  • Flashray?

Data Migration Considerations

  • Terms and workflow
  • Homogeneous (7-mode to cDOT 8.3)
    • 7MTT
  • Heterogenous (3rd-party or E-Series to cDOT 8.3)
    • Appliance-based (FLI and DTA2800)
    • Host-based

Exercise – Case Study
Knowledge Check

Appendix A: V-Series and FlexArray SANs

NOTE: Combines V-Series modules for Architecting SAN
Module Objective #1: Describe the V-Series and FlexArray Virtualization Software solutions
Module Objective #2: List the supported arrays and topologies
Module Objective #3: Describe the NetApp recommended best practices for fabric and array maintenance
Module Objective #4: Discuss deployment strategies for V-Series and FlexArray

Module Topics:

V-Series Overview

  • Unified Multivendor Storage
  • Benefits
  • Supported Arrays

Storage Arrays

  • Components
  • Array Types
  • Topologies

V-Series and E-Series
V-Series Pre-Installation Planning
V-Series Deployment
Knowledge Check

Appendix B: Data Migration for SAN

Module Objective #1: Describe 7-mode to cDOT SAN migrations
Module Objective #2: Describe Foreign LUN Import feature

Module Topics:

  • 7-mode to clustered Data ONTAP 8.3 Data Migration
    • 7MTT 2.0
  • Foreign LUN Import (FLI) in clustered Data ONTAP 8.3
    • Supported arrays
    • Offline migration
    • Online migration (future)

Knowledge Check

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