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2 2 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Table of Contents Executive Summary... 3 Vendor Supplied Product Description... 3 IOmark- VM- HC Test Summary... 4 IOmark- VM- HC Results... 5 Tested Configuration Details... 6 Hyper- Converged System Details... 6 Hypervisor Configuration for IOmark- VM- HC Workload... 7 Storage Configuration for IOmark- VM- HC Workload... 8 Configuration Diagram... 9 Connectivity Tested Configuration Pricing Detailed Results IOmark- VM Measurements and Use How IOmark- VM Operates Benchmark Application Workload Set Workload Details Understanding Results Benchmark Criteria More Information about IOmark- VM About Evaluator Group IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
3 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 3 Executive Summary IOmark is a storage specific workload and benchmark designed to test storage systems performance using a variety of real world, application centric workloads. The IOmark- VM benchmark is a specific workload, which measures Server Virtualization workloads (VMs) run against storage systems. Results are published after audit and certified approval by IOmark authorized auditors. IOmark- VM- HC is a benchmark that certifies Hyper- Converged systems for virtual server results. The measurement criteria are storage performance, with the restriction that all storage workloads must be supported by the tested Hyper- Converged system. Although there are CPU and memory considerations, these aspects are not tested by the IOmark- VM workload. This document is the official benchmark report for the tested configuration using HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual appliance. The result of the benchmark showed the tested HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual configuration supported 144 virtual machines at a cost of $ per VM, meeting the storage response time requirements. In addition IOmark- VM requires several hypervisor operations as part of the benchmark, including Clone and Deploy and vmotion. HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual met the required minimums for these operations as indicated. A full description of the configuration tested along with pricing information are provided in the following document, with application workload details in Appendix A. The criteria and performance requirements are as follows: For all application workloads: o All workloads must reside entirely on the tested hyper- converged system o Workloads are scaled in sets of 8 workloads o 70% of response times for I/Os must not exceed 20ms o The average response time for each application type must not exceed 30ms o The replay time must complete within 1 hour and 15 seconds for each 1 hour workload For hypervisor operations: o Each set of 21 workloads must run 1 instance of the following workloads: Clone, deploy, boot, software upgrade, VM deletion Storage migration (aka Storage vmotion) between storage volumes Vendor Supplied Product Description HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual Based on end- to- end HP and hypervisor innovation, HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual is a virtualization platform for VMware vsphere that combines powerful compute, highly available storage, hypervisor, and management capabilities into a single, scale- out appliance. The compact 2U/4- node form factor allows midsize and enterprise remote office, branch office customers to virtualize a variety of workloads ranging from OLTP databases to virtual desktops. The CS 242- HC StoreVirtual is production- ready within 15 minutes and can be used for any virtualization project where simplicity is key. The HP CS 242- HC StoreVirtual features the following: IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
4 4 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Platform integration with VMware vsphere increases functionality and ease of use while application integration simplifies storage management for applications. Combines the industry s leading software- defined storage and x86- based computing platforms with robust VMware vsphere integration. Four individually serviceable servers and a shared storage cluster with an enterprise- class feature set serves both applications and data services within a compact, 2U footprint. Wizard- driven startup enables complete deployment of virtualized compute and storage infrastructure in less than 15 minutes. Stretch cluster capabilities support business continuity by keeping applications online during appliance, rack- level, or site- wide outages. Centralized management of compute, storage and virtual machines from within the VMware vcenter Server application alleviates the need for specialized server or storage expertise. IOmark- VM- HC Test Summary For the tested configuration, the following data is provided Item Value Testing Identifier: Product: Test Sponsor: Auditor: VM- HC b HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual Hewlett- Packard Development Company, L.P. Evaluator Group Inc. Table 1: Test Identifier Information Item Value IOmark- VM Version: Version: IOmark- VM Testing Completed: March 2015 Equipment Availability: December 2014 Audit Certification Date: 27, April 2015 Report Date: 27, April 2015 Table 2: Test Revision and Dates IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
5 IOmark- VM- HC Results IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 5 Shown below are the IOmark- VM- HC results for the system under test. The definition and workload characteristics of the benchmark are provided in Appendix A. Price information provided below is explained in detail in Table 8 in this report. Table 3 below shows an overview of the IOmark- VM results. IOmark- VM Total VM s IOmark- VM Response Avg. Tested Useable Capacity Tested RAID Level Total Price IOmark- VM : $ / VM ms 5.28 TB RAID $140, $ Table 3: IOmark- VM- HC Result Details The results detailed below in Table 4 provide more information regarding the passing results of the tested storage system. The total virtual machines supported is shown above in Table 3, based on supporting IOmark- VM workload sets shown in Table 4 below. As described, applications sets of eight workloads must be run together for passing results. The vcenter operation values are also shown below, with two components being reported. The Clone and Deploy portion of the workload creates a clone from a specific VM template, starts the VM running and then upgrades its version of VMware tools installed. The reported value indicates how many operation cycles were completed during the 1- hour test run. Similarly, the storage vmotion value reported indicates how many migration cycles were completed during the 1- hour test run. A combined score is calculated, known as the Hypervisor Workload Score, which is the ratio of reported results to the minimum required results. The minimum numbers of vcenter operations for passing the test are 6 clone and deploy and 3 storage vmotion operations respectively for 21 sets or greater. Details of passing results shown below in Table 4: IOmark- VM Application Sets Read Resp. Average Write Resp. Average # vcenter Clone and Deploy # vcenter storage vmotion Hypervisor Workload Score (1 - inf.) ms ms Table 4: IOmark- VM Passing Result Details IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
6 6 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Tested Configuration Details This section covers the connectivity, configuration and pricing information for the system under test. Hyper- Converged System Details Detailed server hardware features for the system under test are provided below in Table 5. Hardware Features Value Rack Footprint Number of Nodes per Appliance Number of Drives per Appliance 24 CPUs Memory Networking Ports (1/10 GbE) 2U per appliance 4 compute/storage nodes GHz 1TB DDR3 Memory for all 4 nodes 8 10GbE Ports ( 2 Per Node) Table 5: Hyper- Converged Hardware Features The IOmark- VM- HC workload certified in this report achieved a workload level of 18 application sets. These 18 sets of 8 applications comprise the total of 144 virtual server applications certified. For reference, an HP two- node system achieved a VMmark performance of 24 tiles, utilizing only 48 CPU cores and 512 GB of RAM. 1 With these guidelines, the tested Hyper- Converged system achieved the storage performance required and has sufficient computing resources to achieve the stated results HP- ProLiantBL660cG8.pdf IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
7 Hypervisor Configuration for IOmark- VM- HC Workload IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 7 A total of 16 SCSI logical units (LUNs) were created on the HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual cluster - 13 for application workload and 3 for the Hypervisor test VMFS was the datastore type, with VMFS 5 chosen Each application set was allocated from thin provisioned LUNs Detailed hypervisor configuration parameters for the system under test, including connectivity are provided below in Table 6. Storage System Parameter Value Hypervisor VMware ESXi vsphere 5.5 Number of interfaces to the storage system: 2 Per Node (8 total) Connectivity to the storage system: 10Gb Ethernet Hypervisor storage protocol used: iscsi (SCSI over IP Protocol) Hypervisor version: VMware ESXi 5.5 Update 2 Thin provisioning: Not utilized in VMFS Hypervisor Storage Access: VMFS datastore Datastore Filesystem: VMFS MB block size VAAI: VAAI supported SATP: VMW_SATP_ALUA PSP: VMW_PSP_RR (Round Robin) Total capacity of system allocated to IOmark- VM: 5.28 TB Table 6: Hypervisor Configuration Parameters IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
8 8 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Storage Configuration for IOmark- VM- HC Workload A total of 16 SCSI logical units (LUNs) were utilized on the HP CS HC- 242 StoreVirtual VMFS datastore type, with VMFS 5 chosen Each virtual machine was allocated using thin provisioning as VMware datastore type Detailed Storage System configuration parameters for the storage system under test, including connectivity is provided below in Table 7. Storage System Parameter Value Storage System firmware HP StoreVirtual OS 11.5 High Availability Access to all LUNs Yes (active / active) Total raw capacity of system under test (SUT) 22.4 TB Thin provisioning: Yes RAID Level(s) Network RAID 10 (plus disk RAID 5) Total Cache Capacity: 8 x 2 GB FBWC Read Cache: Dynamic Read Ahead Write Cache: Dynamic Write Back VAAI Features Enabled: Yes - Block Zero Yes - Full Copy Yes - HW Locking Yes - NAS Clone N/A - NAS Reserve N/A Automated tiering within the storage system: Yes - StoreVirtual Adaptive Optimization Deduplication or compression of data: No Storage system clones / writeable snapshots: No Type of storage system clone: No Storage Media Utilized: - - SSD s 2 x 400GB/Node = 800 GB 4(Nodes) = 3.2 TB - 15K RPM NA - 10K RPM 4 x 1.2 TB/Node = 4.8 TB 4(Nodes) = 19.2 TB - 7.2K RPM NA Table 7: Storage System Configuration Parameters IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
9 Configuration Diagram The logical data layout of the test configuration is shown below in Figure 1. IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 9 Figure 1: Logical System Configuration IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
10 10 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Connectivity The storage connectivity was 10GbE iscsi. Each node used 2 10GbE links to an HP 6600 switch, for a total of 8 connections. Networking (LAN) connectivity for infrastructure services is shown highlighted in green. The iscsi connections are shown highlighted in purple. Each node used 1 1GbE link to an HP 5900 switch, for a total of 4 connections. A diagram is shown below in Figure 2. Figure 2: Physical System Connectivity IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
11 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 11 Tested Configuration Pricing Item Description Qty List Price 1 HP ConvergedSystem 242- HC StoreVirtual 1 $140, Total List Price $140, Table 8: IOmark- VM- HC Price Information IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
12 12 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report Detailed Results IOmark- VM performance results are measured by application workload. The eight applications that comprise a workload set are shown below in Table 9, with average response times reported per application type. Cumula]ve Response Times 120.0% Percentage of Values 100.0% 80.0% 60.0% 40.0% 20.0% HP 242- HC 0.0% Response Time in ms. Figure 3: Percentage of Total Response Times at Measured Value From Figure 3 above, the primary response time of interest is: 69.8% of response times were less than 20ms (69.8% = 70% at 2 digits of accuracy). Application Workload Avg. Response Time DVD Store DB ms Exchange Mail Server ms Olio Database Server ms Olio Web Server ms DVD Store Web App ms DVD Store Web App ms DVD Store Web App ms Windows Standby ms Table 9: Application Workload Response Times IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
13 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 13 Appendix A - IOmark- VM Overview The ability to recreate a known workload is important for comparing a system against potential alternatives. Establishing a reference or benchmark workload enables system vendors as well as resellers and IT users to compare several systems utilizing a known workload. Specifically, the IOmark- VM benchmark recreates a storage workload that typically occurs in a virtual infrastructure environment. The workload is non- synthetic and recreates several applications that are commonly found in virtualized server environments. MailServer WebServer Standby Olio WebServer Olio Database Win2008 Win2008 Linux64b Linux64b DVDStore WebServer DVDStore WebServer DVDStore WebServer DVDStore Database Linux64b Linux64b Linux64b Linux64b Storage(System(( (SystemUnderTest) Hypervisor IOmark- VM Measurements and Use Figure 3: IOmark- VM Conceptual Overview Datacenters running applications in a virtual infrastructure contain multiple workloads running on a virtualization platform. Often multiple physical servers share the resources of a single storage system providing primary storage for both virtual machine OS and applications. Currently, several benchmarks have been developed that focus on the server aspects of infrastructure, including the CPU, memory and I/O bandwidth capabilities of the infrastructure. However, there has been no corresponding development of standardized workloads designed to drive storage workloads for these application environments. IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
14 14 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report By establishing a set of standard applications and capturing their I/O streams, it is possible to recreate application based storage workloads for these complex environments. IOmark- VM is designed utilizing these concepts, and as such is the first benchmark designed to accurately generate application workloads for storage systems, enabling direct comparison of storage system configurations and their ability to support a specific number of applications. Additionally, IOmark- VM realizes that a significant impact on storage may occur from administrative functions common in virtual infrastructures. For this reason, several hypervisor- based functions are a part of the IOmark- VM workload. These additional operations include; cloning a virtual machine, booting a VM and updating software, while also migrating a virtual machine from one storage volume to another. How IOmark- VM Operates IOmark- VM uses the concept of workload replay. I/O streams are captured from actual running applications and then replayed so that the exact sequence and I/O commands are issued. This allows the creation of a workload that is indistinguishable from an actual workload to the system under test, while being reproducible and requiring fewer resources. Additionally, the test environment is less expensive, easier and faster to create since actual applications are not required. Because CPU and memory are not consumed running applications, a much higher I/O workload may be generated with a set of server resources than is possible using native applications. This ratio is typically 10:1, but may vary. In Figure 3 on the previous page, a single set of applications is depicted running on a single physical host in a virtual infrastructure. In order to scale up the workload on a storage system, additional applications sets may be added to the same, or to other physical hosts. The only limitation to the scale of the test is the physical infrastructure supporting the workload. Sufficient, CPU, memory and I/O capabilities must be available to run additional workload sets. Unlike artificial workload generation tools, IOmark- VM recreates accurate read vs. write and random vs. sequential I/O requests. Another measurement of IOmark- VM is that it creates accurate access patterns, thus enabling storage cache algorithms to work properly. Finally, IOmark- VM maintains an accurate ratio of performance to capacity as workloads are scaled, ensuring that storage performance is measured with respect to storage capacity accurately. As a result, IOmark- VM maintains an accurate ratio of I/O to capacity, producing results applicable to IT users. Benchmark Application Workload Set A concept utilized for testing multiple applications is that of Application sets, also known as tiles. A set of 8 applications is run together, along with several common hypervisor infrastructure operations. In order to scale the workload up and place a higher load on the storage system, additional application sets are run. Application sets are always run together for official benchmark results, along with a defined set of infrastructure operations. IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
15 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report 15 The specific applications comprising a workload set are detailed below in Table 10. Application Guest OS Storage Capacity / Instance Microsoft Exchange 2007 Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Enterprise, 64 bit Olio Database SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, 64bit 80 GB 14 GB Olio Web server SuSE Linux Enterprise 11, 64bit 80 GB Idle Windows Server Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition, 32- bit 10 GB DVD Store Database SuSE Linux Enterprise 11, 64bit 45 GB DVD Store Web Server 1 SuSE Linux Enterprise 11, 64bit 10 GB DVD Store Web Server 2 SuSE Linux Enterprise 11, 64bit 10 GB DVD Store Web Server 3 SuSE Linux Enterprise 11, 64bit 10 GB Hypervisor Clone & Deploy N/A - VMware vcenter required 15 GB Hypervisor Storage Migration N/A - VMware vcenter required 30 GB Total = 305 GB Table 10: IOmark- VM Application Overview The total capacity required for each set of applications is approximately 305 GB of capacity. Each additional workload set requires an additional 305 GB of capacity. Workload Details The Olio application consists of both a database server, and a web client running on different virtual machines with a pre- loaded data set. For more details on Olio see: The DVD application consists of a single database server along with three web clients, each running on a different virtual machine using predefined workload and data set. For more details on the publicly available DVD database application see: The Exchange server is a Microsoft messaging and server. Only the server portion of Exchange is recreated in this workload set, with the client workloads not being a part of the I/O, only indirectly through their requests to the messaging server. IOmark- VM Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
16 16 IOmark- VM- HC Test Report The two hypervisor workloads are based on common operations performed in virtual infrastructure environments and require the availability of a VMware vcenter server to perform the operations. Understanding Results IOmark- VM produces results indicating the response time of a storage system given a particular workload. Based on established criteria, these results in turn dictate how many total virtual machine sets are supported by a specific storage configuration and the average response time. The report is audited for accuracy and issued by Evaluator Group, Inc., an independent storage analyst firm. Benchmark Criteria IOmark has established the benchmark criteria for the IOmark- VM workload. The performance requirements are established as follows: For all application workloads: o Workloads are scaled in sets of 8 workloads o 70% of response times for I/O s must not exceed 20ms o The average response time for each application must not exceed 30ms o All storage must reside on the storage system under test o The replay time must complete within 1 hour and 15 seconds for each 1 hour workload For hypervisor operations: o Each set of 21 workloads must run 1 instance of the following workloads: Clone, deploy, boot, software upgrade, VM deletion Storage migration (aka Storage vmotion) between storage volumes More Information about IOmark- VM For more information about the IOmark benchmark, a theory of operations guide, published results and more, visit the official website at Some content is restricted to registered users, so please register on the site to obtain all available information and the latest results. About Evaluator Group Evaluator Group Inc. is a technology research and advisory company covering Information Management, Storage and Systems. Executives and IT Managers use us daily to make informed decisions to architect and purchase systems supporting their digital data. We get beyond the technology landscape by defining requirements and knowing the products in- depth along with the intricacies that dictate long- term successful strategies. IOmark- VM: Test Identifier: VM- HC b Report Date: 27, April 2015
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