Part II in .NET

Integrating QR-Code in .NET Part II
Part II
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Fibre Channel networks require specific components both on the server side and on the storage side, in addition to the FC switches within the network. On the server side, Fibre Channel is implemented through a host bus adapter (HBA) card. The server software functions as though it is using the file system local to the host and writing to a SCSI drive. The SCSI commands and data are then encapsulated within the Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) on the HBA and then sent across the Fibre Channel network through a point-to-point connection over a series of Fibre Channel switches. On the storage side, the reverse function takes place through a Fibre Channel storage adapter, which connects the switch port to the storage node.
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If a blade within the chassis needs to communicate to a Fibre Channel SAN, it requires an HBA, just like any other server. For blades, the HBA is implemented as an I/O expansion (daughter) card to the blade. The HBA then communicates to a Fibre Channel switch, either internal or external to the blade chassis. If only a few blades within the chassis need to communicate via Fibre Channel, those blades can utilize a pass-through module to communicate to an external switch. The pass-through module essentially allows the HBA on the blade to have an external connection on the backplane, to connect a cable to the external Fibre Channel switch. These can be either copper or optical. In either case, there is an external connection (N-port) on the backplane for each passthrough module. For a low number of connections, using pass-through is a lower-cost implementation from the blade system perspective, since it does not require a Fibre Channel switch module in the chassis. If most of the blades in the chassis need Fibre Channel access, it makes sense to aggregate those ports on a Fibre Channel switch module in the chassis. In this case, the HBAs communicate directly to the Fibre Channel switch module, which then has E-ports (ISL connections) on the backplane to connect to external switches. There are currently blade implementations of Fibre Channel at both 2Gb and 4Gb with advanced features also available, such as ISL trunking for improved performance, advanced performance monitoring for optimizing SAN performance, and secure fabric for increased security in the SAN. Options vary by blade system and switch vendor. In general, most features that are implemented in standard Fibre Channel switches are being implemented in blade switch modules; however, there may be some lag time before the blade version is available.
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As processors and I/O devices have increased in speed, they have outgrown the capabilities of the PCI bus used in PCs since the 1990s. Two alternatives initially were investigated as a replacement for PCI. These included Future I/O and NGIO (Next-Generation I/O). The two architectures and supporting vendors argued the merits of each technology, and much time and energy was wasted. In August 1999 the two proposed technologies finally combined into something upon which both groups could agree: InfiniBand. The name InfiniBand was taken from the phrase infinite bandwidth. Seven of the computing industry s leaders Compaq, Dell, HewlettPackard, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems joined together in an independent industry body called the InfiniBand Trade Association. The focus of the association is to work toward a new common I/O specification to deliver a channel-based, switched fabric technology that the entire industry can adopt.
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Why a New I/O Interconnect
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Existing interconnect technologies have failed to keep pace with computer evolution, specifically processor speeds, and the increased burden imposed on data servers, application processing, and enterprise computing created by the success of the Internet. High-end computing concepts such as clustering, fault tolerance, and 24/7 availability demand greater capacity to move data between processing nodes as well as between a processor node and I/O devices. These trends require higher bandwidth and lower latencies, as they are pushing more functionality down to the I/O device, and demanding greater protection, higher isolation, deterministic behavior, and a higher quality of service than currently available. IB architecture can support bandwidths that are anticipated to remain an order of magnitude greater than prevailing I/O media (SCSI, Fibre Channel, and Ethernet). This enables its role as a common interconnect using these technologies. With InfiniBand, the network cloud rises a layer to replace the last big bottleneck in performance. In addition, the IB design includes native support for advanced features such as remote direct memory access (RDMA) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) headers (for efficient transport over IP infrastructures), which make it a strong platform for the future.
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