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Networks need to evolve in order to support the growing demands of highly virtualized environments and cloud architectures. Today, Fibre Channel is the de facto standard for storage networking in the data center. The introduction of Gen 5 Fibre Channel extends the life of this robust, reliable, and high-performance technology.
Gen 5 Fibre Channel is the purpose-built, data center-proven network infrastructure for storage, delivering unmatched reliability, simplicity, and 16 Gbps performance.
Brocade switches with Gen 5 Fibre Channel unleash the full potential of high-density server virtualization, cloud architectures, and next-generation storage.
This enables organizations to continue leveraging their existing IT investments as they solve their most difficult business challenges. What is the future of Fibre Channel technology in the data center?
Fibre Channel will continue to play a vital role in the data center of the future. These organizations must be able to leverage those investments for the long term as they face new business demands. All of these technologies have value for specific use cases. But when it comes to the elevated demands of virtualization and cloudbased architectures, only Fibre Channel is the proven and trusted networking technology that meets the stringent requirements for zero-data loss and flow control with enterprise-class, mission-critical storage applications.
Robust Fibre Channel infrastructures are specifically built for the reliability and performance that data centers demand. High-performance, highly reliable Gen 5 Fibre Channel solutions provide the ideal networking infrastructure to accommodate the growing workloads and transformational changes in storage environments. No other technology is currently capable of supporting the highly demanding requirements associated with growing virtualized and private cloud infrastructures.
Emerging and evolving critical workloads and higher-density virtualization are continuing to push the limits of SAN infrastructure. In addition, with new technologies such as Solid State Drives SSD , the focus is shifting from storage to interconnect. Brocade offers assessment, design, implementation, and Brocade Resident Consultant services as well as Brocade Technical Support for Brocade , , and Switches.
Brocade Fabric Vision technology is an advanced hardware and software solution that combines capabilities from the Brocade Gen 5 Fibre Channel ASIC, Brocade FOS, and Brocade Network Advisor to help administrators address problems before they impact operations, accelerate new application deployments, and dramatically reduce operational costs. Fabric Vision technology provides unprecedented visibility and insight across the storage network through innovative diagnostic, monitoring, and management technology.
What features and capabilities does Brocade Fabric Vision technology offer? Brocade Fabric Vision technology, an extension of Brocade Gen 5 Fibre Channel solutions, offers technology innovation that is unmatched in the industry. Fabric Vision technology includes: Monitoring and Alerting Policy Suite MAPS : Provides a policy-based monitoring and alerting suite that proactively monitors the health and performance of the SAN infrastructure to ensure application uptime and availability.
Fabric Performance Impact FPI Monitoring: Uses pre-defined thresholds and alerts in conjunction with MAPS to automatically detect and alert administrators to severe levels or transient spikes of latency, and identifies slow drain devices that could impact the network. Administrators can configure a template or adopt an existing configuration as a template and seamlessly deploy the configuration across the fabric.
Dashboard: Provides at-a-glance views of switch status and various conditions that are contributing to the switch status, enabling users to get instant visibility into any hot spots at a switch level and take corrective actions.
Flow Vision: Provides a comprehensive tool that allows administrators to identify, monitor, and analyze specific application and data flows in order to maximize performance, avoid congestion, and optimize resources.
Forward Error Correction FEC : Automatically detects and recovers from bit errors, enhancing transmission reliability and performance. Credit Loss Recovery: Automatically detects and recovers buffer credit loss at the Virtual Channel VC level, providing protection against performance degradation and enhancing application availability What are the advantages of Brocade Fabric Vision technology?
Brocade Fabric Vision technology maximizes uptime, simplifies SAN management, and provides unprecedented visibility and insight across the storage network.
Offering innovative diagnostic, monitoring, and management capabilities, Fabric Vision technology helps administrators avoid problems, maximize application performance, and dramatically reduce operational costs. What is Brocade ClearLink Diagnostics? By proactively verifying the integrity of critical transceivers, organizations can quickly address any physical layer issues without the need for special optical testers.
ClearLink Diagnostics allows users to automate a battery of tests to measure and validate latency and distance across the switch links, as well as verify the integrity of the fiber and 16 Gbps transceivers in the fabric—either prior to deployment or when there are suspected physical layer issues. With ClearLink Diagnostics, only the ports attached to the link being tested need to go offline, leaving the rest of the ports to operate online.
In addition to switch-to-switch link validation, Brocade FOS 7. What is MAPS? Brocade Monitoring and Alerting Policy Suite, or MAPS, is a new, easy-to-use, policy-based threshold monitoring and alerting suite that proactively monitors the health and performance of the SAN infrastructure to ensure application uptime and availability. Go to the list of pre-defined policies each with more than highly tuned rules and select one to apply to that group, or create a custom policy Organizations can configure an entire fabric or multiple fabrics at one time using common rules and policies, or customize rules for specific ports—all through a single dialog.
The integrated dashboard displays a switch health report, along with details on out-ofpolicy conditions, to help administrators quickly pinpoint potential issues and easily identify trends and other behaviors occurring on a switch or fabric What is Flow Vision? The Brocade Flow Vision tool suite allows administrators to identify, monitor, and analyze specific application and data flows in order to maximize performance, avoid congestion, and optimize resources. In addition, administrators can discover top and bottom bandwidth-consuming devices and manage capacity planning.
Flow Monitoring: Provides comprehensive visibility into flows in the fabric, including the ability to automatically learn discover flows and non-disruptively monitor flow performance. Flow Generator: Provides a built-in traffic generator for pre-testing and validating the SAN infrastructure, including internal connections within a switch, for robustness before deploying applications—without requiring 16 Gbps hosts, targets, or external traffic generators.
Flow Mirroring: Provides the ability to non-disruptively create copies of specific application and data flows, or frame types, for in-depth analysis What is Fabric Performance Impact FPI monitoring? FPI monitoring automatically detects and alerts administrators to severe levels or transient spikes of latency, and identifies slow drain devices that could impact the network. This feature uses advanced monitoring capabilities and intuitive MAPS dashboard reporting to indicate various latency severity levels, pinpointing which devices are causing or are impacted by a bottlenecked port.
This feature also provides automatic mitigation or recovery from the effects of slow drain devices. FPI is an invaluable tool for SAN administrators, helping them to avoid problems that can impact application performance.
At the same time, it provides Brocade users with capabilities not offered by third-party tools. What is integrated metro connectivity? Brocade and Switches support integrated SAN extension over native Fibre Channel metro connections up to km for replication and backup over distance. To take advantage of the 10 Gbps Fibre Channel support, organizations need a software license and 10 Gbps optics. How many ports can be configured on the Brocade and for 10 Gbps Fibre Channel support?
With Brocade FOS 7. In-flight compression optimizes network performance within the data center and over long-distance links. Data is compressed at the source and uncompressed at the destination. Performance varies by data type, but Brocade uses an efficient algorithm to generally achieve compression with minimal impact on performance. Compression can be used in conjunction with in-flight encryption. In-flight compression is available only on Gen 5 Fibre Channel port blades. What are the benefits of in-flight encryption over ISLs?
In-flight encryption minimizes the risk of unauthorized access for traffic within the data center and over long-distance links. It is switch-to-switch encryption, not device or data-at-rest encryption. Data is encrypted at the source and decrypted at the destination. Encryption and decryption are performed in hardware using the AES-GCM algorithm, minimizing any impact on performance. Encryption can be used in conjunction with in-flight compression.
How many ports can be configured on Brocade and Switches for in-flight compression and encryption? For in-flight compression and encryption, the following can be configured: Up to sixteen ports at 8 Gbps and up to eight ports at 16 Gbps per Brocade Switch Up to four ports at 8 Gbps and up to two ports at 16 Gbps per Brocade Switch No license is required for this feature.
How can Dynamic Fabric Provisioning simplify server deployment? In addition, DFP enables pre-provisioning of virtual WWNs, helping organizations eliminate time-consuming steps when deploying new equipment or moving devices within a switch. DFP currently requires Brocade adapters in the host. What other enhancements and features are included in Brocade FOS 7.
Brocade FOS 7. Refer to the Brocade FOS 7. To help maximize uptime, optimize end-to-end performance, and reduce costs, Brocade FOS 7.
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